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>> this is 7 news at noon. >> nancy: breaking news at noon. a missing two-year-old girl from hamilton has been found alive. lyndon albers has been reunited with her parents after being rushed to beverly hospital. right now, the investigation is ongoing. police releasing limited details on lyndon's condition or how she was found. detectives remain at several crime scenes on the north shore. we have team 7 coverage of the breaking story.
hamilton. >> reporter: those kram scenes remain in place right now as out. here at the command post where there were an awful lot of police for several hours this morning, no doubt, there is relief here this afternoon with word that the toddler was located. at the same time, why and how she ended up where she ended up remains unclear at this hour. that has a lot of people in town looking for answers from investigators. police say the two-year-old lyndon albers was taken to beverly hospital this morning to be reunited with her parents after she was found in rowelly. we don't know her condition at this hour. the toddler was first reported missing around 6:00 this morning from her home which is located here in town at 4 lincoln avenue. her parents and four-year-old sister were in the house at the time. we are told according to investigators, that police received that call first thing this morning. but that it was the little
girl around 2:00 this morning. and then presumably, when the parents woke up, they realized the girl was missing. a massive ground and air search was launched this morning before the girl was eventually located on harrison circle which is in the neighboring community of rowley. we are told that is 8-10 miles away and certainly, right now, the question a lot of people are asking is how did she get from hamilton to that location in rowley? and also investigators won't tell us who found her there. but again, she was found there. she was taken to beverly hospital. we are told that police were talking to her parents. as we heard late this morning at a news conference, police said after talking to the parents, they were taking the parents from here over to beverly hospital so they could be reunited with their daughter. you can image a lot of anxious moments this morning. some relief right now. but for people who live in town here, a lot of questions about how this whole thing happened and why. we are live outside the
command post here in hamilton this afternoon, steve cooper, 7 news. >> nancy: all right, coop. thank you. you were talking about this area in rowley. it is eight miles, 20 minutes apart from lincoln avenue in south hamilton. that is where albers' home is. any indication that there might be charges filed or any kind of criminal investigation? >> reporter: we are being told right now by state troopers who are assigned to the detective's division of the esses county district attorney's office, they are working to try to piece everything together right now. obviously, a lot of people shaking their heads here. because if you try to put two and two together, none of this makes any sense. as to how a toddler could have made it those eight miles. whether thatted to already was driven there, whether the toddler somehow walked there. it is really unclear right now. what's happening here at the police station is detectives
are working and trying to tie up all the loose ends and get this together. we did hear from the state police spokesman as they are treating several locations as crime scenes right now. one of the main reasons they are doing that is because they are until they are able to rule things out as to exactly what happened here, they have to treat this as a crime until they can figure out exactly how that girl left the house and how she ended up in rowley and where she was located around 10:00 this morning. >> nancy: all right, thank you. obviously, a lot of questions there. we are learning new information about the ongoing investigation. cheryl fiandaca is live now in the newsroom with the breaking details. >> reporter: police are questioning a person in connection with this incident. my source is telling me the person of interest is cooperating with investigators and is answering questions. and there are a lot. how to child got out of the home and how she ended up on the side of the road with a head your. police have not made an arrest yet. this investigation, i'm told, is unfolding very quickly.
the baby, my sources say, was found by rowley residents on the side of the road this morning. they called police. she had a head your. so far, i understand that she does not have life-threatening injuries. sources say the person of interest in this case is cooperating and an arrest could be made in this case very shortly. cheryl fiandaca, 7 news. >> nancy: as we mentioned in rowley, police swarming a neighborhood there. jonathan hall continuing our team coverage with what we are learning about that. >> reporter: nancy, good afternoon. there is a crime scene with a pretty large state police presence on harrison circle in rowley. again, that is eight miles hamilton. there was a georgetown police officer here blocking the road. some people cannot gain access to harrison circle. we have seen state troopers going up and down this road which leads up to harrison circle.
and they have a k-9 unit. they are questioning clues at this point. more questions than answers as we continue through this. a large police presence here. state police going in and out of this home in rowley on harrison circle. this is connected to the hamilton case. and it is a very sad situation. we are still waiting for details on whether there is a suspect being quelled or in custody. we are live in rowelly, i'm jonathan hall, 7 news. >> nancy: all right, jon. thank you. the two-year-old's neighborhood remains blocked off right now. as police continue to comb for clues. let's go live to jennifer eagan who has been there all morning long. >> reporter: nancy, police just opened up this neighborhood a short time ago. but they do still remain here on scene. you can see that state troopers are still here on scene right now on lincoln avenue. the home across the street from where i'm standing, this yellow home here, that is the family's home from what we understand. state police say they are waiting on a search warrant
inside and investigate. this afternoon about what happened. state and local police had this whole neighborhood blocked off and any streets that intersected with it as they searched for this morning. they had a state police helicopter up in the sky hovering over this neighborhood. in particular,. they had k-9 units as well in this area. those units have all left. now investigators remain behind. again, they are waiting on a search warrant so they can go inside and investigate. there are still many questions about what happened here earlier this morning. but we have had our first chance to talk to neighbors. they tell us that this family also has a five-year-old daughter. they described this family as a very loving and active family who moved into this neighborhood last december. they say the parents are in their 30's or so. again, they have another daughter as well. they say when they found out their two-year-old daughter was missing, they were shocked. we are live in hamilton this afternoon, 7 news. >> nancy: all right, thank you. lyndon albers, the two-year-old was rushed to
beverly hospital immediately after being found. we are told she is in fair we go live to beverly with more. >> reporter: we are told that little girl got here a little she is here at beverly hospital. listed in fair condition. as far as hospital conditions go, there is good, fair, serious, and critical. again, she has been listed as fair. she is here under observation. police couldn't give her specific injuries. they did plan on coming here to the hospital. at the hospital, we did see a number of cruisers at the entrance of the emergency room. we are also told she is being reunited with her parents here at the hospital. again, a little two-year-old lyndon albers in fair condition here at beverly hospital. we are live at the hospital, 7 news. >> nancy: a pick-up truck and commuter rail train crashed in newbury this morning. no word on injuries right now.
we will keep you posted as we learn more. and breaking news. this from overseas. islamic extremists storm a hotel in mali, initially taking hostages. officials say at least ten people have been killed. the radisson hotel in the capital city is a popular destination with westerners. at least ten gunmen fired shots and threw grenades as they chanted "god the is great" in arabic. as of right now, at least 80 hostages have been set free. according to reports, dozens more could still be inside. we have the breaking details. >> the hostage situation in mali is over. security sources are reporting that two attackers involved in the storming have been killed and wounded civilians are being evacuated. a number of hostages were already freed, or escaped on their own. including six americans. the mall ian military earlier moved into the hotel. while the nearby u.s. embassy earlier told staffer and all
americans in the area to shelter in place. nbc news learned that before the hostages were freed, that at least 138 were inside the radisson blue hotel in mali's capital. 125 are guests. 13 hotel staff members. at one point, the hotel said 170 guests and employees were taken hostage. the pentagon correspondent reports about 25 u.s. military personnel were at the hotel to help organize the evacuation. mark barger, nbc news. >> nancy: a third body has been found at the site over a raid earlier this week in a paris suburb. that raid killed the so-called mastermind behind last friday's terror attacks. the third body is that of a woman. they do not yet know her identity. there is a very public attempt by the obama administration to relieve fears following the terror in paris. there is disagreement on
tracie potts has more. >> reporter: in the wake of the paris attacks and isis videos mentioning washington and new york, the obama administration is trying to reassure americans that it is highly unlikely that this could happen here. >> we are not aware of any paris-type attack. and we have seen no connection at all between the paris attackers and the united states. >> reporter: still some in congress want to shut our boarders to every refugee from syria and other countries known to harbor terrorists. 47 democrats voted against the president to support that. but it is unclear if the plan will ever make it to the president's decks. >> don't worry. it won't get passed. >> reporter: the plan to block refugees is gaining heat on the campaign trail. >> we can't take them.
we can't take them. >> you are putting your intellect into motion and your thinking. how do i protect my children? >> slapping the door on every syrian refugee, that is just not who we are. >> reporter: nbc news, washington. >> nancy: coming up, a kayaker swept away by raging waters. bystanders risking it all to make the save. >> jeremy: the weekend forecast up next. >> nancy: we are staying on top of that breaking news from the day. a child in hamilton found safe after desperate search that spanned the north shore. we have team 7 coverage on the
>> jeremy: we had a little rain last night. most towns about an inch of beneficial rain. some communities, a little bit more. others, a little bit less. that weather system moving away. now for the afternoon, a fair amount of sunshine. rainfall tallies, again, a sampling. worcester, over an inch. beverly, close to an inch of rain. concord, nine-tenths of an inch of rain. here in the city of boston, nine-tenths of an inch of rain as well. for november, when you factor in the rain last night, we still have a deficit of about an inch of rain. i don't have that kind of rain in the forecast. for the remainder of the day. certainly, the remainder of the day. really, the next several days. weather patterns turn a little bit quiet. there is the weather system moving away. still some lingering clouds on the cape. even there, they will break apart and fade away. we will have developing sunshine. and on the maps, technically, a cold front. even though temps right now are near 60 degrees. normal high is 51. we started out this morning so warm. usually, when the front moves through, winds shift around and then here comes the cold air. there are times like this
afternoon, where the cold air is lagging behind the fronts. the front is over here. the cold air is over there. the cool air. not that cold really. burlington at 50. albany at 51. orange, 54. moving through the afternoon, it is a great afternoon. taking the kids out to the playground, a fair amount of sunshine. heads up, though. as we work toward this evening. it does begin to cool off. the numbers after work will be heading into the lower 50's, upper 40's. mid evening, temps down into the low 40's. for the afternoon, again, a fair amount of sunshine. with that northerly breeze fading away. tonight, mostly clear. chilly. lows more where we should be this time of year. 1-36. your weekend features a mix of clouds and sunshine tomorrow. there is another cool front slated to come through new england during the day on sunday. and i think that will generate clouds. there may be a couple of sprinkles sunday morning. this front on the way is not like the one we had last night where we picked up an inch of rain. but it is the same in the sense that the cool air doesn't really show up with this front until sunday night.
and more likely on monday. sunday will turn out to be the milder of the two weekend days. lots of sun tomorrow. seasonably cool. the numbers in the upper 40's. fenway football forecast, yeah, you don't hear that often. notre dame fighting irish, practically a home game for them. taking on boston college. and the temperatures at kickoff tomorrow evening, running in the middle 40's. crisp evening. there it is again. drive that point home. playing at fenway park tomorrow night. temperatures in the upper 30's. your 7 on 7 forecast: sunday, a lot of clouds. not a washout. morning hours. low 50's. some travel next week heading to grandma's house? lots of sunshine. no storms. >> looks like tom the turkey is ready there, too. thank you. showtime at the wang theater in boston last night. for a special presentation of elf, the musical. all in support of a great cause. everyone had the chance to donate to project bread.
through our partnership, we have been able to work with project bread as they help more than 640,000 people in massachusetts struggling to put food on the table. now, of course, elf helps us kick off the holiday season and here at 7: we are all getting ready to welcome cameras into our kitchen for our annual holiday helping. another way we try to give provide for families across the state. ahead on news, a good samaritan taking a leap of faith. raging river. and fishing for trouble? the f.d.a. under fire for the newly approved frankenfish. we get a closer look next. breaking news here at noon. a two-year-old rushed to the hospital after a mass i morning search on the northth shore.
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>> nancy: a daring rescue caught on camera when a kayaker falls out of his boat and into a raging river. this is in north carolina. away. that is when a volunteer rescuers leapt into the rushing water and grabbed him. another volunteer then pulled both of them to safety. an earthquake rattling our nation's heartland. parts of northern oklahoma left shaken. surveillance footage from inside a store shows the shelf shaking early yesterday morning.
officials say it was a 4.7 magnitude quake. in total, four quakes were felt in the city of cherokee on thursday. no injuries were reported. there is more news today. euner doing more than just offering rides. they are providing on demand flu shots now as well. states, including here in boston, could request their shot through uber health. the driver would bring over a registered nurse who provided a wellness pack as well as a free flu shot for the user and up to nine others for $10. >> i think if you deal with young children or older people, you have to protect yourself as well as those people. >> nancy: uber health was kree ated by a researcher right here in boston at boston children's hospital. and the food and drug administration says genetically modified salmon is safe to eat and can be sold in the united states. federal regulators approved the bid of a biotech company here in massachusetts. to modify salmon for human consumption.
the fish will be engineered to grow much faster than usual. critics say the company should have to label the fish as genetically modified. the f.d.a. is not requiring that. a revere teenager earns the class act title. how losing a race won her many admirers. we are staying on the of breaking news out of the shore. a missing toddler found safe after an extensive search in hamilton. forecast police now investigating at several crime
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help another competitor. >> hi. how is it going, you guys? the reason why i'm here today is because we do a segment called class act. i would love to have erica anderson to come to the front of the classroom, please. erca, come on over. erica anderson runs she may not be the fastest on the team, but many say she has the most heart. >> she is like a great friend. and she helps a lot of people. >> reporter: erica noticed another runner from a team that was getting lost. >> she went the other way. >> reporter: erica knew she needed help. >> i was like okay. i'll stay with you. at that point, it was hard to stay focused on the finish line. she came up to me and she was like, can you stay with me? i was like, okay. >> waitling for her towards the end, she wasn't coming out. finally, we saw her come
around the corner. there was another girl with her and i said, "erica, what's going on?" she said "this girl was lost in the woods." >> i had to help her because she would have gotten lost. i think it was great that she did that. >> reporter: she put compassion before competitiveness on that day. >> an awesome act of sports manship makes erica a class act. that was coming. i was surprised. >> nancy: oh, wow. cross country has wrapped up for the season now. erica can hardly wait for spring to play her favorite sport which is softball. breaking news. a missing two-year-old found safe on the north shore.
>> nancy: 12:30. we are following breaking news here at 12:30. a missing two-year-old girl from hamilton has been found alive. lyndon albers has been reunited with her parents after being rushed to beverly hospital. right now, this investigation is ongoing. forecast police releasing limited details on her condition or how she was found. detectives do remain at several kram scenes on the north shore. we have team 7 coverage of the breaking story. we begin with steve cooper who is live in hamilton.
>> reporter: right. so there is a lot of relief here at the command post where we have been since first thing this morning when dozens and dozens of state troopers and emergency responders converge ready to be dispatched out into the woods around the home where all this was unfolding. but even at this hour, what remains unclear is how this toddler ended up in another community: again, she is at the hospital this afternoon. but so many questions still unanswered at this hour. of course, this all began this morning when we learned that police were looking for two-year-old lyndon albers. she was taken to beverly hospital to be reunited with her parents. according to the police chief who we talked to a little while ago. we don't knoll her condition. the toddler was first reported missing at 6:00 this morning located on lincoln avenue. her parents and her four-year-old sister were in the house at the time when all this happened. now, a massive ground and air search was launched this morning before the girl was located.
harrison circle and neighboring rowley which is eight miles away from where we are right now. police say that area and several other locations remain sealed off at this hour. still being treated as crime scenes. the police chief spoke with us late this morning. >> right now, the child has been found. she was transported to beverly hospital. for observation. she is being reunited with her parents as we speak. and it's an ongoing investigation. we have been working with the state police as well as the district attorney's office. >> i'll tell you that she was found in an area where passer-biers could find her. because this is an active investigation, i don't want to get into that right now. >> there is a lot of moving parts, as the chief explained. i know you have an interest in any information as immediately as possible but our interest is to investigate as thoroughly as possible. this is being treated as a crime scene, obviously. until we more know about
exactly what happened. if it does turn out to be a criminal act, then we have preserved everest and taken all proper steps so we can pursue a prosecution in that case. we are not at the point to say exactly what it is yet. we have numerous local hamilton officers and state police detectives conducting very extensive investigation. on multiple fronts right now. >> reporter: among the agencies involved in this investigation, state troopers assigned to the essex county district attorney's office, and again, right now, a lot of people here in town concerned. wondering how this is all going to be tied together. we asked the police chief. we pressed him if people in now. and he said he didn't think so. we wait, more information here from the command post as the details of exactly what happened this morning remain very much up in the air right now. we are live at the command postin hamilton this afternoon, steve cooper, 7 news.
>> nancy: all right, coop. the two-year-old's neighborhood reopening at this hour. and we are now getting our first look at the toddler's father. let's go out live to jennifer eagan who has been at the scene all morning long. >> reporter: nancy, police are still on scene here. they are waiting on a search warrant so they can go inside the home and investigate. a few minutes ago, the child's father went inside here. he gathered up a few then he was headed to children's hospital to be with his daughter, police say. for much of the morning, police had this neighborhood blocked off as the investigation began. the search for a missing this south hamilton neighborhood all morning. >> i could see out my window street. and then i went across the street to get the newspaper. i found out that a two-year-old girl was missing. the street. oh, my gosh. word that the little girl was found alive. >> we will keep this little
prayers. >> reporter: state police searched for lyndon albers. live in the neighborhood down the street. out information. i came up here to search for the child. >> reporter: as search teams left, two state troopers went door to door. gathering more information about what exactly happened early this morning. and we are getting our first chance to talk to neighbors. they tell uls this family also has a five-year-old daughter. they describe them as a loving, active family. often seen out in the yard playing. word that their two-year-old daughter had gone missing earlier this morning was a shock to the neighbors here. again, police do remain on scene. they are waiting on a search warrant so they can go inside the home. >> nancy: we are learning new information about this ongoing investigation. cheryl fiandaca live in the newsroom with those breaking
details. >> reporter: nancy, the police are questioning a person of this incident. that this person is cooperating with investigators and is answering questions. and there are a lot of questions. how the child got out of the home and hue she ended up on the side of the road with a head injury. forecast police have not yet made an arrest. but this investigation, i'm told, is unfolding very quickly. the baby, my sources say, was found by rowley residents on the side of the road this morning. they called police. so far, sources say the person of interest in this case is talking and an arrest could be made shortly. in the newsroom, cheryl fiandaca, 7 news. you. as we mentioned, in rowley, police swarmed a neighborhood there. jonathan hall joining us now with our team coverage and that scene. >> reporter: well, nancy, police are starting to pull back, but there has been a crime scene here this morning with state and local police trying to get more information
on just what happened here. but so far, no official information on what happened to this toddler. sky 7 was over a home at number eight harrison circle. you can see that police were going in and out of this house. this is about eight miles from this toddler's home in hamilton. the police were also looking over a vehicle. a police source tells me this is a sad situation and the activity here is, in fact, connected to the little girl's disappearance in hamilton. police had just been at the house. take a look at this. harrison circle is off newbury road in rowley. two state troopers have been searching for evidence with a trained dog. there is no indication the dog found anything. and so far, no one here is commenting. neighbors here are telling me they hope this toddler is
going to be okay. we are live in rowley, i'm >> nancy: all right, thank you. police say the two-year-old was rushed to beverly hospital. she is in fair condition right now. we are now live from beverly with more. john? >> reporter: we just learned that this little girl has been transferred to children's hospital. initially, she was listed in fair condition when she was first taken here to beverly hospital. as far as the hospital condition rankings go, there is good, fair, serious, and critical. she was livesed as fair. she was here under observation. police couldn't give her specific injuries. at the hospital here, we did see a number of cruisers at the entrance of the emergency room. we are told she is being reunited with her parents. again, two-year-old lyndon albers was initially taken here to beverly hospital. she has been transferred now to children's hospital. we are live at beverly hospital, 7 news. >> nancy: breaking news. this from overseas. islamic extremists storming a hotel in mali.
initially taking hostages. officials say at least ten people have been killed. the radisson hotel in the capital city of bamako is a westerners. witnesses say at least ten gunmen fired shots and threw grenades as they chanted "god is great." in arabic. now. we have just learned that this point. those attackers are still inside. mark barger has the breaking details. >> reporter: the hostage situation in mali is over. security sources are reporting that two attackers involved in the storms... storming have been killed. wounded civilians are being evacuated. a number of hostages were already freed or escaped on americans. the malian military earlier moved into the hotel. france sent 40 special forces members to the location. while the nearby u.s. embassy earlier told its staff and all americans in that area to shelter in place. nbc news learned that before
at least 138 were inside the radisson blu hotel in mali's capital of bamako. 125 are guests. 13 hotel staff members. at one point, the hotel said 170 guests and employees were taken hostage. the pentagon correspondent jim mickly chefski reports 25 military personnel were at the hotel to help coordinate the evacuation. mark barger, nbc news. >> nancy: court back in session in the murder trial of philip chism. morning describing the gruesome scene where the danvers teacher colleen ritzer was found dead. a fingerprint expert also testified that chism's school i.d. was found near ritzer's body. he added that the recycle bins used to move the body had a fingerprint that matched chism. and a campus crime at harvard. black paint covering the pictures of african-american
professors. students. police are calling it a hate crime. >> reporter: police say this is a hate crime. the portraits of african-american law professors had black tape placed over their faces. none of the white officers had anything done to their pictures. >> it was an act of violence. for the intentional dismissiveness of black professors on this campus, to black out their faces, as if they are worthless. >> reporter: the vandalism happened on the first floor of a billing. the black tape discovered by students and staff on thursday. >> i think it was a shock to everyone. everyone is disgusted right now. >> reporter: campus police were called after the discovery. they opened an investigation. there was also an emergency meeting. >> it is an a vert act of disrespect and intolerance and racism. >> reporter: the meeting was packed. the large issue of racism at harvard came up. >> with some students with the black lives matter movement up
i guess they have called for how do we get more black professors on campus? >> reporter: colorful notes with encouraging and kind messages have replaced the black tape. they hope to erase the hate. >> nancy: a star wars surprise. harrison ford giving fans a once in a lifetime experience. >> jeremy: impressive. most impressive. >> nancy: the two-year-old girl that went missing in the alive. lyndon albers was found this search. we will continue to follow this breaking story throughout
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all right. so j.r., it is confession time. i have to tell you, i have only seen two star wars movies. >> jeremy: which episodes? >> >> nancy: episode four and episode one. i know that, you know, han solo... >> jeremy: right. he was the original trilogy. he is in the upcoming one, obviously. >> nancy: and darth veiledder who is not so great. yeah, yeah. in episode one. an kin. a lot of hate on episode one. the story was weak. i understand. that episode three was paradise lost right there. we have some great weather this afternoon. mostly sunny skies. here is what came through last night. beneficial rain. with most towns about a half an inch to in some locations, an inch and a half of rain. here is a random sampling. worcester, an inch of rain. beverly, on the north shore, close to an inch of rain. concord, metro-west, city of boston, nine-tenths of an inch of rain.
half an inch to three-quarters of an inch of rain. factor in the rain last night and early this morning. these are the numbers for the month of november. we needed the rain. we still could use some more. we are still running about eight inches below normal for hard to believe. winter. but it was a dry powdery snow. there was no moisture in in that snow when it melted and faded away. i'm not rooting for 110 inches of snow. just remarkable. winter. there you go. the weather system moving, a cool front moving away from ironically enough, the cool air is nowhere to be found right here in metro-boston. it is lagging behind by several hours. the city right now at 59. plymouth at 60 degrees. you head back into western new england and the numbers come down a little bit. jaffrey at 52. you take it even farther west. albany, 51. burlington, at 50. i don't have numbers on here for you.
blues. that cool air behind the front, it is on the move. and it will arrive late today and more likely, early this evening. if you have plans this evening, if it's date night tonight, make sure you layer up. it is mild now. but it will really cool off once that sun drops out of the sky. temps heading quickly now through the 50's and 40's this evening. through the afternoon, a lot of sunshine. the city early this afternoon, 57. lakeville at 58. merrimack valley, numbers in the 50's. back in the worcester hills, low to middle 50's. and out on the cape and the islands, temps in the mid-50's. tonight, mostly clear and chilly. evening temps, 40's. overnight tonight, we are heading into the low and middle 30's. downtown boston, 36-37 tomorrow morning. through the day tomorrow, lots of sunshine. cool. sunday more clouds around. a cool front comes at us sunday afternoon. again, that may generate a couple of clouds and sprinkles sunday morning. then the front itself will come through sunday evening. and sets the stage for some really chilly air early next
week. speaking of next week, holiday travel, if wednesday is the day you are jetting out of new england to grandma's house, no big storms. there may be a couple of showers in the inter-mountain region. you recall back to last year. remember that snow we had around thanksgiving. not this go-round. looking mild. temperatures thanksgiving day, in the middle and upper 50's perhaps. >> nancy: sounds good. good for some football. thank you, j.r. coming up next, a delicious treat for thanksgiving. bri eggers satisfying her sweet tot in what's cooking. breaking news. the frantic search for a missing two-year-old from hamilton now over. lyndon albers found alive hours after she went mising from her home. we are told she is in fair condition after being rushed 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
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here is one treat you can make. a custard tart. bri eggers gets a taste in today's what's cooking. >> bri: for a different take on your thanksgiving dessert, try out this custard tart made at barbaloo in boston. it is one of the most popular desserts in the back bay. >> this is something the chef loves. >> bri: start by making the pastry crepe. now mix flour and sugar. >> give that a little whisk. >> bri: add six egg yolks. one whole egg. mix well. >> you want to blend these together. >> bri: now the hot milk. >> a little bit at the time. >> bri: mix well and put back on the stove. whisking until thick. >> that is our pastry cream. >> bri: now the dough. unsalted butter and sugar. one egg and egg yolk. while that is mixing, blend
>> we have the almond flour. the baking powder and then the salt. you want to blend this fret where well, actually. now it is ready. >> bri: spread out the dough. refrigerate for four hours. then take it out. roll it out. >> we are actually going to line the shell. >> bri: work it in and press against the edges. with the rolling pin, take it over the top. now fill with the custard. >> this should be nice and dense like this. >> bri: spread it out and top with dough. >> you will give it a little press. so it meets the pastry cream it touches. >> bri: roll over the side. >> nice and easy to get that clean edge. >> bri: brush with egg. let cool and serve with whipped cream and fruit. voila. a sweet ending for your holiday dinner: that's what's cooking. i'm bri eggers. >> nancy: that is delicious. a two-year-old girl who went missing from her home in hamilton has been found alive.
at this point, it is unclear how albers made it that far. sources say she was found on the side of the road with a head injury. she was in fair condition when she arrived at beverly hospital for treatment. and she has since been transferred to boston children's hospital. sources tell 7 news police are questioning a person in connection with this incident. those sources say the person is cooperating with police and answering questions. and state police say troopers are treating several scenes as active crime scenes while they investigate. but again, the headline at this hour. lyndon albers has been found alive after disappearing from her home in hamilton. of course, there are still plenty of questions about this incident and we will continue to follow this breaking story throughout the afternoon. you can get the latest updates on our web site, whdh.com. and that will do it for 7 news at noon. thank you for joining us. i'm nancy chen. 7 news continues at 4:00.