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and pats fans. rob gronkowski will likely be back on the field soon. this is news we would love to hear. the tight send unlikely to his more than a week of action. gronk may even be good to go for the big game next sunday. gronk injured his knee on a play during the first quarter of last night's game in denver. he was carted off the field, taken for x-rays. again, n.f.l. network is reporting that gronk could make a return as soon as this sunday's game. patriots will take on the philadelphia eagles at 4:25 over at gillette. again, let's keep our fingers crossed. kris anderson, 7 news. >> christa: kris, thank you. another hopeful sign. gronk was seen walking out on his own, without the help of a brace or crutches. his injury clearly has everybody concerned. >> jadiann: yeah. the same knee he hurt a couple of years ago. in fact, nicole oliverio getting reaction from
>> play action. over the middle. report tt pats suffered a bigger loss in the fourth quarter when gronkowski went down. trying to make a catch, he injured his right knee. fans watched as the last remaining healthy offensive weapon had to be carted off the field. >> he's a tough guy. hopefully, it is not too serious. we will see. you know, our fingers are krosd. >> you hate to see anybody with the amount of work they a cart. you hate to see that. >> reporter: gronk was seen getting on the bus without game. the team doesn't think the injury is too serious. but fans say it was hard to see another player, especially gronk, go down. >> we have had so many injuries to other players. knowing he has had major injuries in the past. >> we have had an unfortunate amount of injuries this year. hopefully, they will all come back before the play-offs. >> it was tough to concentrate at the end of the game.
seeing him go down like that. >> players not letting an injury-plagued month deter them from their focus. reports say gronk is going to to find out the extent of the injury. nicole oliverio, 7 news. cover of clouds today. a cool start to our day. let's get over to with the check of temperatures. >> jeremy: a fair amount of clouds early in the day. those clouds actually coming in from the ocean. we will see that for the remainder of the afternoon. there is actually a batch of clouds western new england. they are drifting north through the worcester hills, monadnock region. some of the clouds this morning actually, generating a few snow flurries. right now, doppler radar showing the flurries diminishing. there may be one or two flakes throughout the afternoon. a chilly afternoon. with a lot of clouds.
a few peeks of sunshine. temps this afternoon, 36-41. the city around 41 this afternoon. billerica, 39, nashua at 37. this is going to be our next storm system. it is generating snow. but for us, we are talking about rain and i'll let you know when it arrives coming up in a few minutes. >> christa: a leicester man appearing in court today after weapons and ammunition was discovered inside his home. you look at those and your mind wonders. they say these weapons weren't the only problem. >> jadiann: the man took off prompting a huge manhunt. jennifer eagan live for us in east brookfield with the very latest. >> reporter: the suspect's friend says he was with him while he was on the run. right now, he says his friend is misunderstood and he never intended to harm anyone. he describes him as a surviflist scared to face charges in
early saturday morning,... >> he was going to stay in the woods for a while. he wasn't look toing to hurt that that is the type of person he is. >> reporter: police say when they arrested him in royalston after a manhunt, he was wearing a bulletproof vest and armed with two guns. >> this is an officer's worst nightmare. the damage or karnbling that could be inflicted by the fire power before you. is almost unthinkable. >> reporter: but the man's friend says he drove him to royalston while he was on the danger. >> no, not at all. i wouldn't have picked him up. i had my daughter in the car. i wasn't scared or anything. he is not that type of person. report tt man left a rifle the. other guns and dozens of rounds of ammunition. >> he was probably going to go hunt a rabbit or something
yes. ff they are crazy firearms to be hunting with. that is what he had. he was going to survive in the woods. that's it. >> reporter: the man is facing assault and battery and kidnapping charges out of worcester. now he has added more charges to that list. he is held without bail right now. he is being held in court until a dangerous hearing... dangerousness hearing. >> jadiann: hunting is being permitted at the blue hills reservation. nearly 200 hunters have permission to hunt for four days in certain parts of the reservation. jonathan hall live for us in milton with more on what's being called a population problem. jon? >> reporter: this is a popular cut-through from route 28 to braintree. you see the road is closed right now. up there there are hunters who are looking for these deer. there is also a scenic overlook on the boston skyline. one hunter said he killed one deer already and is hoping for
more. than a hundred years, dozens of hunters are walking the woods with shotguns. looking for deer in the blue hills. >> they were each given one zone to be in out of five. there is five different managed zones. approximately, 3,000 acres. out of the 7,000 acres of the reservation. it is a controlled hunt approved by state agencies and local communities to cut down on overpopulation of deer. after a 201 study by the state division of fisheries and wildlife. >> they found that there was an average of 85 deer per square mile. put that in perspective. a healthy herd covers around 6-14 deer. >> reporter: a total of 89 hunters are out today and tomorrow. too many deer are eating up vegetation in the forest which can lead to wildfires and harm other animals. >> we are going to kill everything that is a problem for us? i don't think that is a good solution.
i don't think that is something i want to tell my grandchildren about. >> reporter: is reservation is not closed. people who really want to hike are being warned of the they are asked to wear orange hats and safety vests. the parks? >> it was a consideration. maybe something we will still do if it becomes a problem. as of right now, we are not going to close it. >> reporter: each hunter may take up to two bucks and two does. no archers allowed. the hunt will continue tomorrow. 74 hunters are signed up for a second session. that is coming up next week, december 7 and december 8. we are live in milton. jonathan hall, 7 news. >> christa: the murder trial of philip chism is back under way in salem. the danvers teenager is accused of killing his high school math teacher, 24-year-old colleen ritzer back in 2013. a friend and former colleague victoria warren is live right now in salem and she has more
on the testimony today. >> reporter: yeah. that friend took the stand this morning. on the stand right now, the medical examiner. the medical examiner telling the jury that colleen ritzer was stabbed and strangled. calling it a painful death. the m.e. is the last witness the prosecution is going to call before resting its case. then the defense will return to call its witnesses. the medical examiner says colleen ritzer was stabbed and slashed repeatedly. >> to the neck area, there were 12 stab wounds. and four incised wounds. pressure was applied to the neck. report tt testimony was graphic. jurors shown ritzer's purple sweater. the same sweater they saw in the surveillance video as colleen chatted it up with her friend and fellow math teacher. the two women dressed in matching outfits for the school's spirit day.
her friend's voice quivering as she remembered their last conversation. >> just regular everyday things that we would talk about. >> reporter: she says colleen was at ease and smiling in the minutes before her death. their conversation even included a casual reference to then 14-year-old philip chism who stayed in ritzer's math class after school got out. >> what did colleen say to you just about why the boy was in her classroom? >> she said "i don't know why he is here." >> reporter: that statement is different from previous testimony the jury heard that indicated colleen had asked philip chism to stay after school. the prosecution trying to prove premeditation. again, the prosecution will wrap its case up today and then tomorrow, the defense attorneys will get to call witnesses as they try to put on their case of not guilty by reason of insanity. live in salem, 7 news.
>> jadiann: happening today: the man accused of shooting 12 people and killing three of them inside a planned parenthood in colorado is set to appear before a judge today. one of those killed, officer garrett swasey, a melrose native. friends and family here in the bay state are remembering swasey and trying to understand why all of this happened. kris anderson live in the control room with more on a possible motive. kris? >> reporter: a lot of heartbreak, as you can imagine. two communities in mourning for this police officer who was killed in friday's shooting rampage. now the wife of the melrose native is thanking everyone for their support as we learn more today about why this happened. when he was finally arrested after a five-hour standoff, robert dear ranted about president obama, politics, and abortion saying "no more baby parts." officials haven't declared a motive for the shooting. dear killed three people and wounded nine more. among those killed, garrett swasey, a melrose native, a
in his hometown, they are mourning the loss of the husband and father of two. faith and eli jachlt. >> elijah's birthday is he turns 11. so i know that this is going to be hard for him every year, happened. >> we are speechless. his hometown community will do whatever it takes to support his family. >> reporter: swasey's wife says, "while the nation now knows garrett as a hero who gave his life for others, he was also a devoted husband of 17 years and a wonderful father to his two children. we will cherish his memory, especially those times he spent tossing the football to his son and snuggling with his daughter on the couch." as for the 57-year-old suspect, he is being described as reclusive, rarely making eye contact, or small talk with people in the town of around 600. >> he always looked a little scroungey. a little roughed-up and stuff. pretty much everybody does out here. >> not real personable.
a quiet... to his own. >> reporter: officials may decide to pursue federal charges against dear in addition to those state homicide charges he is now facing. that is the latest live here in the control room, kris anderson, 7 news. >> christa: now from overseas: cnn is reporting french officials believe one of the paris attackers... paris suspects is in syria. salah abdeslam apparently ditched his suicide vest and escaped to belgium the day after the massacre. cnn says investigators are working under the assumption that he made his way back into syria. >> jadiann: president obama and secretary of state john kerry are in france right now for the united nations global climate conference. they were met by french president francois hollande and other leaders this morning. more than one hundred world leaders will discuss a historic deal to try and steer the global economy away from fossil fuels.
will be high for the conference. 3,000 troops have been sent to the summit, just north of paris. >> christa: hillary clinton was in boston over the weekend. she talked about her plan to create jobs. marty walsh endorsed the presidential candidate also. she said her plan would include fixing the country's roads and bridges while creating good-paying jobs. it is a plan that would cost $275 billion and the visit gained her a new supporters. >> i had my doubts after seeing her in this speech just now. she definitely has it. it was fabulous. >> i know we can do. this i know it is not going to be easy. this is not my first rodeo. >> christa: clinton was more vague when it came to paying for her multibillion-dollar plan. she did propose kree aing an infrastructure bank for major projects.
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reported, according to jeremy. >> jadiann: that is what i heard. no measurable snow yet, though. >> jeremy: some flurries in canton, milton. we had a few snowflakes this morning. a lot of clouds this afternoon. maybe a leftover flake this afternoon. our next weather system coming at us. actually, rain-drops, not snowflakes tomorrow afternoon and through the day on wednesday. overall, the next several days. no arctic air to be had. although it is chilly right now. middle and upper 30's. city at 38. worcester, 32. norwood, 39. the month of november started out very warm. about the middle of the month, the pattern flipped over a little bit. it's been cold and warm days going back and forth. and again, today we will finish on a cold note. a fair amount of clouds. a lot of clouds this afternoon. at times, a couple of flurries. ironically enough, actually, some high pressure up here across northern new england. setting up a northeasterly wind. that's been generating clouds over the ocean and then
southern new england with the occasional snow flurry. the weather system that we tracked for tomorrow, it is down here. it does feature clouds and rain on the front side of the weather system. on the back side of the storm, where they were playing football last night, they had some snow. now that snowstorm moved up through the northern plains, heading for minneapolis. we will be on the warm side of that storm. tomorrow at this time, a lot of clouds and showers on the a raw day tomorrow. temperatures tomorrow in the 40's. then the warm front does cruise through here tomorrow night and through the day on wednesday. wednesday, we still have showers. milder on wednesday. temps on wednesday, expect the rain-drops, low 50's. only in the upper 30's this afternoon. that is below normal. cold. no wind out there. that is the key. if you are outside this evening. perhaps at copley square. temperatures this evening in the 30's. as we roll toward tomorrow, a lot of clouds. a few showers around. mid to late afternoon.
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>> christa: celtics road trip beginning with a loss for the orlando magic sunday. forecast boston struggling to hit three-point shots throughout the game. making 5 of 27 attempts. isaiah thomas led all players with 20 points. the c's lost it in the end. 110-91. they take on the heat coming up tonight. >> jadiann: kobe bryant will retire at the end of this season. bryant has launched five n.b.a. titles during his 20
seasons with the lakers. the team is just 2-14 this season. the 37-year-old reveals his decision with a poem on the player's web site titled "dear basketball." it reads in part, "my heart can take the pounding. my mind can handle the grind. my body knows it is time to say good-bye." >> christa: much more to come including breaking news from the patriots. an update on rob bonnie kowske and how badly his knee could be injured. >> jeremy: forecast for the week up next. >> jadiann: a close call in worcester. a family almost hit by an s.u.v. what happened seconds before the near-miss. >> christa: what police say this man threatened to do in a
>> jadiann: more on breaking news from the new england patriots. according to a report, rob gronkowski, who left last night's game against broncos with a knee injury will not be out for long. gronk reportedly had an m.r.i. just this morning. >> christa: he could only miss one game here. kris anderson, this is hopeful news. hoping to hear. it appears to be good news for the patriots and pats fans alike. n.f.l. network is reporting that tight end rob gronkowski field soon. he says the tight end is unlikely to his more than a week of action at most. gronk may be even good to go for the next game on sunday. gronk injured his knee right there on that play gurg the fours quarter in last night's game in denver. he was carted off the field, taken in for x-rays. scary moments there for big
87. gronk could make a return to the football field as soon as sunday's game. that is, ok, when the patriots take on the philadelphia eagles at gillette sunday afternoon. that is the very latest live here in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7 news. >> christa: all right, kris. thank you. gronk seen, again, walking out on his own after the game. which was a good sign. he didn't have a brace or crutches. everybody collectively, i think, was so concerned about him being injured. >> jadiann: oh, absolutely. the same knee he hurt a couple of years ago. nicole oliverio has reaction from teammates and fans. >> reporter: beat by the broncos, a back-up quarterback, and some bad calls. the pats suffered an even bigger loss in the fourth quarter. gronkowski went down. trying to make a catch, he injured his right knee. fans watched as the last remaining healthy offensive weapon had to be carted off the field. >> he is a tough guy.
so hopefully, it is not too serious. we will see. crossed. >> you hate to see anybody, with the amount of work they put in, go down-go-and go off in a cart. you hate to see that. >> reporter: gronk was seen getting on the bus without crutches or a brace. doesn't think the injury is but fans say it was hard to see another player, especially . >> we have had so many injuries. to other players. and knowing he has had major injuries in the past. >> we have had an unfortunate amount of injuries this year. hopefully, they will all come back before the play-offs. >> reporter: players not letting an injury-plagued . >> the guys that are left, we have to find a way to put some >> christa: the road ahead for the pats: five games left in the regular season. they will be back in
prime-time coming up in two weeks. that is december 1, against texans. that has been moved to sunday night football. by the way, the game starts at 8:30. right here on 7-nbc. >> jadiann: turning to your forecast now. we are under that blanket of clouds today. staying pretty cool out there as well. we have a live look. we want to start with outside. some limited sunshine. sunshine in the past. i love that term. >> jeremy: even with the limited sun, it is going to be a cold day. that sun is not that strong. about as strong as a flashlight. for a time early this morning, some clouds, actually, producing a couple of snow flurries. a clump of clouds over the ocean. that happens to be drifting west. into southern new england. and i think for the afternoon, that is what we are going to have. a bunch of clouds. you can see on the doppler radar early this morning, a couple of spritzes and
flurries off-shore. they have fizzled out. there hay be one or two flakes this afternoon. otherwise, a dry afternoon. a lot of clouds. a few peeks of sun. a chilly afternoon. temps this afternoon, 36-41. the city this afternoon, 41. >> christa: a last leicester man appearing in court after weapons and ammunition were discovered inside his home. the weapons weren't the only problem. >> jadiann: the man took off, prompting a huge manhunt. >> reporter: a friend describes 2-year-old dean as a survivalist. scared to face charges in worcester. that is why early saturday morning, dean retreed to the woods with weapons as police searched for him. >> he was going to stay in the woods for a while. he wasn't looking to hurt anyone. anything like. that that is the type of person he is. >> reporter: monday dean was
when police arrested anymore royalston after a manhunt that spanned 24 hours and 40 miles, he was wearing a bulletproof vest and armed with two guns. >> this is an officer's nightmare. the damage or karnbling that would be inflicted by the fire power before you is almost unthinkable. >> reporter: but the man's royalston while he was on the danger. >> no, not at all. i wouldn't have picked him up. i had my daughter in the car when i picked him up. i wasn't scared of anything. he is not that type of person. report v police say the man left a rifle back at his home in leicester. other guns and dozens of rounds of ammunition. >> he was probably going to hunt a rabbit or something. crazy firearms to be hunting rabbit. that is what he had. forecast he was going to survive in the woods. that's it. >> reporter: the suspect is
for a dangerousness hearing. >> jadiann: right now hunting is permitted at the blue hills reservation for the first time in about one hundred years. nearly 200 hunters now have permission to hunt for four days in certain parts of the jonathan hall has more on what's being called a population problem. >> reporter: dozens of hunters are walking the woods with shotguns. looking for deer in the blue hills. >> they were each given one zone to be in out of five. there is five different managed zones. approximately 3,000 acres out of the 7,000 acres in the reservation. >> reporter: it is a controlled hunt approved by state agent sis and local communities to cut down on the overpopulation of deer. >> they found that there was an average of 85 deer per square mile. to put that into perspective, a healthy herd hovers around 6-14 deer. >> reporter: a total of 89
hunters are out stalking deer today and tomorrow. proponents say too many deer are eating up vegetation in the forest which can harm other animals and lead to wild fires. a vigil this afternoon. >> we are going to kill for us? i don't think that is a good long-term solution. something i want to tell my grandchildren about. closed. though people are being warned of the dangers. they are being asked to wear orange hats and safety vests. the parks? >> it was a consideration. maybe something we would still do if it becomes a problem. as of right now, we are not >> the hunt will continue tomorrow. and 74 more hunters are signed up for a second session. that will be next week, december 7 and 8. each hunter is allowed to take two bucks and two does. in milton, jonathan hall, 7 news. >> christa: the suspect accused of opening fire at a will be in court. three people died. nine others were injured in
police say the 57-year-old robert dear was rambling about president obama and abortion when he was arrested. he could wind up facing federal charges as well. among the victims, a police officer who was from melrose. officer garrett swasey was responding to the scene when he was shot and kill. police are trying to determine a motive for the shooting. it was a close call for two women and several children after they were nearly hit by an s.u.v. out in worcester. the driver of the s.u.v. the street. video shows a large truck hitting the s.u.v. and sending them into their path. luckily, they were able to get out of the way in time. >> grabbed them by... looks like the collar. brought them back on to the sidewalk. and the other cars... it was out of control. you think you have the green light to cross. you have to pay attention.
perfect example right here. >> christa: no word if the driver will be cited. >> jadiann: police in methuen searching for a robber on the run. the suspect stormed into the convenience store on saturday. and headed right for the clerk behind the counter. police say he demanded money and threatened to stab the man but didn't show a weapon. he then grabbed the cash box from under the counter and runs off. more news today. residents in sharon coming together to remember ezra schwartz. the 18-year-old was killed in an attack in israel earlier this month. the teenager was laid to rest last week. a federal judge is set to hear arguments for a new trial for boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev. the hearing is scheduled for tomorrow. but tsarnaev isn't expected to attend. tsarnaev's defense team says the trial shouldn't have been held in boston because a local jury couldn't be objective. tsarnaev was convicted and sentenced to death earlier this year for his role in the
>> christa: a split-second save caught on camera out in washington. >> come on, come on. there is a train coming. sir, come on! >> we have to go! >> reporter: frantic moments when a car suddenly bottoms out and gets stuck and a straight towards the man inside the car. a group of friends stepped in to help. nancy chen has the details. >> nancy: a cell phone camera captured nearly everything. >> yeah. it is stuck on the tracks. >> nancy: a couple faced with a man who just drove his car on to some train tracks right washington state. he seems confused. >> you are in auburn. off made it to auburn. >> oh, my goodness. >> you must have take an left here thinking it was a road. >> nancy: the two encouraged him to unbuckle his seat belt and get out. right as they walked around to the other side, they realized
a freight train is barreling >> come on. there is a train coming! >> there is a train coming! we have to go! we have to go. >> we have seen cars hit before. trains don't stop on a dime. >> nancy: the couple grabbed the man and brought him down a small hill to this spot behind a couple of cars that were parked nearby. one man stuffed a cell phone into his pocket as the train horn gets louder and louder. less than 30 seconds later, this. >> it crushed the car like a can. the highest amount of adrenaline i have ever felt before. >> nancy: adrenaline was still pumping. they revisited the tracks. amazed the man got out in the knick of time.
>> he was just happy... he seemed thankful. yes. >> nancy: four friends who simply did right thing. to think they never would have known the man was stuck if one of them hadn't gone outside to move a car. >> we were in the right place everything lined up in the right way for him to be alive still. >> nancy: nancy chen, 7 news. >> jadiann: a bus driver facing charges in a crash that injured dozens of students in virginia. the bus was taking college universities when it lost control on the curve and overturned. 34 students were hurt. no one was killed. the families of the students say they were happy to hear everyone was alive. >> the bus was driving very, very fast. there was a lot of dirt all over her. she couldn't move. her right arm. she thought she had broken it.
her ribs. >> christa: a security breach at bubbing ham palace. over a protest on top of a building. activists climbed on to the roof of an art gallery located on the palace grounds. there were proteing for equal rights for fathers in divorce and separation proceedings. the protesters held up a banner that said "i am harry's
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headed straight for winter. >> jeremy: lots of clouds. and showers on the way for tomorrow. tomorrow afternoon. and through the day on wednesday. neither day is loaded with rain. pesky nuisance showers through the day. that will be a warm system. that eventually does warm things up. no arctic air in sight. it is a chilly afternoon. at least we don't have any wind. city at 38 right now. worcester, 32. hyannis, 40 degrees. all sorts of warm air. last two days, we have seen more cold than warm days. today, we will finish the month on a cold note here in november. high pressure, actually, up in northern new england. generating these clouds. you would think the clouds are but no. we have high pressure scraping moisture off the atlantic and throwing it down into southern
there have been a couple of this morning. for the afternoon, some sun. cloudy afternoon. this will be our next weather two sides to the weather system. a warm side and cold side. we will be on the warm side of the weather system. we had snow last night for the game. we track rain showers into new england midafternoon tomorrow. tomorrow is a raw day. temps tomorrow struggle to make it out of the 40's. we work into wednesday. it's the same weather system. but now we are warming up. it will be milder on wednesday. despite clouds and scattered showers. temperatures on wednesday, heading for the low 50's. a little bit above normal. that should be about 47-48. this afternoon, only in the upper 30's to around 40 degrees. tonight, partly cloudy, cold. 26-3. by the way, the copley square tree-lighting tonight. with temperatures this evening, middle 30's. chilly.
at least there is no wind out there. a fair amount of clouds. through the day tomorrow, mostly cloudy skies. a few showers mid to late afternoon. probably 2:00 or 3:00 tomorrow. temperatures in the 40's. looking down the road, again, the first part of december, we are in an el nino winter. usually, el nino winters start slow. if you are going to find cold and snow in an el nino winter, probably not until, you know, the second half of winter. the first week, maybe two weeks here in new england. relatively mild. you will see that on the 7-day forecast. it is chilly this afternoon. and raw tomorrow. thursday is a blustery day. i'll grant you that. lots of sun. 50. sunday, mostly sunny. temps on sunday in the mid-50's. >> jadiann: all right, thank you, j.r. coming up, dylan dryer in
>> jadiann: that's right. a former member of the news team is returning to new england for a pizza challenge. pay attention. you get to decide who did it better. this week could be a toss-up. as i go up against nbc news meteorologist and former member of the 7 news weather team dylan dreyer. >> i love watching you on tv. >> thank you. >> once we go in the doors, time to compete. >> all bets are off. >> the challenge? make a pizza in boston's regina pizzeria in two minutes or less. >> i just need to say that i make pizza at home. >> i don't. >> granted, they are small ones. but i have gotten them to spin before. >> we are off to the races. you are making it look easy, dylan. >> the little stretch. going for the stretch.
you have to give it a good... >> okay. you have one minute left. >> that's it? >> a little prosciutto. a little spinach. keep it healthy. >> 30 seconds. oh, no! >> what was the technique? i forgot. >> pretty impressive. here. this is terrifying. >> this is a good start. >> i feel so liberated. i recommend this for anyone who needs stress relief. >> oh, yeah. >> good. all right. here we go. nice. i love this. mushrooms. 49 seconds. >> sausage. dylan, yours is still in there.
>> there you go. how much fun is that? >> clear! >> dylan finished making her prosciutto and spinach pizza in one minute, 48 seconds. i was 12 seconds faster. completing my mushroom and sausage pizza in one minute and 36 seconds. there was one final test. how does it taste? >> i don't think we are going to go wrong here. >> can't go wrong here. >> let the viewers be the judge. >> i'm so happy to hear there was a flour fight. which there was evidence on your apron. >> you couldn't really tell, though. you couldn't really see it. >> i'm disappointed it went on the cutting room floor, though. >> okay. time for you guys to decide who did it better. head over to our web site right now. whdh.com. cast your ballot. we will have the results
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>> christa: monday is almost officially over for us. i know everybody else has a few more hours left. we were just talking about this. >> jeremy: exactly. boston, 36 at this time. plymouth at 39. worcester at 33. through the afternoon, mostly cloudy skies. chilly. upper 30's this afternoon. >> jadiann: dress warm. that does rt for this afternoon. >> christa: don't forget, for the latest headlines, 7 news continues at 4:00. bye-bye. it's called a rigged economy, and this is how it works. most new wealth flows
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