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>> christa: and a crime that shocked new england. years ago a teen convicted of killing his friend's mother, and now two decades later, eddie o'brien is talking from behind bars to just one station. >> jadiann: and gronk on the road to recovery. what tom brady said last night about his tight end's injury. england." >> jadiann: good morning, everyone. it's 5:00 on the dot. i'm jadiann thompson. delcamp. december 1st. starting things off on a cold note out there today. >> jadiann: definitely chilly and maybe not even dry for the whole day, right, j.r.? >> jeremy: correct. rain gear a good idea for later this afternoon. it's dry this morning, but it's cold. right now boston 32. norwood 21. bedford at 21. nashua 19. here's why i think you might need rain gear late this afternoon. showers metro new york city slowly moving north, and system of these will actually fall apart before they even reach us. building clouds.
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sprinkles and a few isolated showers mid-afternoon. only near 40. 7:00 p.m., scattered rain showers. temps this evening low to mid-40s. >> christa: let's check the roads now with our new traffic reporter danielle gersh. >> danielle: thank you, christa. zakim bridge, traffic looking good, over the leverett connector as well. route 93, route 1, no problems. all green there, south of town, the expressway from the split into boston looking good, as well. we have an issue at 95 northbound. getting on to 128, the off ramp is closed. we have some back-up there, something to keep in mind. and the pike looking good so far this morning as well. take a look at your drive times. the expressway, the split to the ride. how about that? into town on the pike from 128, a 12-minute ride. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge an 11-minute ride. back toback to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, thank you. the case of boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev
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>> jadiann: in a r just a few hours the judge is set to hear arguments as his lawyers is set to request a new trial. jennifer egan has more for us this morning. jen? >> jennifer: tsarnaev himself will not be here. he's imprisoned in the supermax out in colorado. however, his lawyers will be back here at tropical court in south boston later today. this is their first time back at the federal courthouse on this case since june when judge george o'toole sentenced tsarnaev to death for his role in the boston marathon bombing. tsarnaev's lawyers will ask the same judge for a new trial. part of their argument is expected to be based on a recent supreme court ruling. that ruling struck down recent provisions of a law that called for tur penalties in the use of firearms or explosives in a crime. tsarnaev's lawyers say that ruling pertains to 15 charges he faces or was convicted of. also the issue of whether tsarnaev should be paid restitution to his victims is
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live in south boston, jennifer egan, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: jen, thank you. also this morning, a new bedford marine found guilty of a crime overseas. let's head over the kris anderson in the control room. >> kris: christa, this news just coming in from overnight. lance corporal joseph pemberton was convicted of homicide in the philippines. the new bedford native will serve up to 12 years in prison for killing a transgender woman. officials say her killed jennifer laud in a hotel room. pemberton med laud in october 2014 in the philippines. they went to a hotel where the court ruled that pemberton killed laud by strangling her and then dunking her head in the toilet after learning she was transgeneral der. pemberton admitted to choking laud but says he tried to revive her.
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the sentence is not enough but is glad pemberton will be spending time behind bars. >> christa: thank you, kris. new details in a weapons stolen from an armory in worcester. a dorchester woman is behind bars in connection with the crime. investigators say ashley bigsbee had pictures on her phone of a stolen handgun and assault rile. initially he told agents she knew nothing about the robbery. f.b.i. is offering a $15,000 reward for the six guns that are still missing. >> jadiann: patriots' fans breathing a sigh of relief this morning. gronk is down but he's not out. we're learning more about when he could be back on the field after taking that hard hit. here's 7's nicole oliverio at gillette. nicole, how long exactly will he be sidelined here. >> nicole: well, he definitely won't be on the field next sunday in the game against the eagles. however, it's more than likely he'll miss just a couple weeks,
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>> over the middle and that's incomplete. gronkowski is hurt. >> nicole: when rob gronkowski went down, new england fans went silent. >> breathless. my heart sank. >> i thought, oh, no, not again. it's too bad. he's a great player. >> nicole: but the injury not as bad as it looked. gronk has a strained right knee, an injury described as self-limiting by an nfl source. meaning when the pain subsides, the tight end will be good to go. great news for tom brady, who spoke to jim gray on the westwood one radio network last night. >> if it's not, you know, as significant as it could have possibly looked, that will be a big sigh of relief for our entire team just because of the kind of contributor that he is for our offense. >> nicole: the pats have been losing key offensive players to injury every week for the past month. among those hurt, receiver danny amendola should be the first to return and could be back as soon as this sunday. >> danny is as tough as they come.
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him to play and contribute, he'll be out there. >> nicole: fans say if any team knows how to overcome adversity, it's the patriots. >> we're up against it. injuries are injuries. they happen. it's like the motto: next man up. >> nicole: so remember the pats still at 10-1, and amendola and gronk expected to be back in time for the playoffs. live from gillette, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> jadiann: thank you, nicole. the defense is set to begin their case in the philip chism murder trial. prosecutors residents yesterday witness. jurors were showing surveillance video of colleen ritzer speaking to a fellow friend and teacher in the hallway. it's one of new england's most notorious murder cases. eddie o'brien was just 15 years old when he was convicted of killing his best friend's mother 20 years ago. sentenced to life in prison without parole, he hasn't spoken publicly in nearly two decades until now.
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cheryl fiandaca has the interview you'll see on just one station. >> cheryl: did you kill janet downing? >> absolutely not. >> edward o'brien... cheryl shawrl eddie o'brien was just 15 years old when he was charged with killing his best friend's mother. >> is the defendant guilty or not guilty? >> guilty. >> cheryl: convicted and sentenced to life in prison without parole, o'brien has always maintained his innocence. but he hasn't spoken publicly in nearly 20 years. until now. so you're adamant you didn't kill -- >> very adamant. if you look at the evidence, you'll see the truth. >> cheryl: what's the truth? >> the truth is i didn't do anything. slairl cheryl that's all his lawyers, who are working on an appeal, will let him say, refusing to let him discuss the case or the woman he was convicted of killing. janet downing was murdered inside her home in 1995, stabbed more than 90 times.
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o'brien's friend, found her body. o'brien a former altar boy and the grandson of the city's long-time police chief lived across the street of the downings. he became a suspect after police doubted his story he had been mugged the same night as the murder. >> you eddie o'brien? >> i just got jumped. >> reporter: in court prosecutors had cuts on his hand and d.n.a. evidence placed him at the crime scene. i asked him why he never took the stand to defend himself. >> i was always under tim depression that i was going to testify and i was going to tell my story. >> cheryl: why didn't you? >> well, it was almost the last day of the trial and i was told, don't worry, they didn't prove testify. and here i am. >> cheryl: here is the correctional center, maximum-security prison. at 6'6" and well over 200 pounds, o'brien is a 35-year-old man now who has spent more than
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>> it might be weird to say. i consider myself lucky. i had good guys who took me under their wings and showed me the ropes on how to do time and how the live in here. at the end of the day, this place doesn't matter. this isn't reality. reality is out there where my family and friends. are. >> cheryl: now a big change in the legal system could affect his case, the u.s. supreme court ruling it unconstitutional to sentence a juvenile to life without parole. the rule could now make o'brien eligible for parole, but o'brien says that doesn't change anything for him. >> i feel like i will never meet the requirements of granted parole. i would never go in front of that board and admit to something i didn't do. >> cheryl: instead o'brien wants to be exonerated. for the first time in 15 years, a new team of lawyers is working on an appeal. >> my past isn't pretty. i've been in prison for 20 years, and if you try to remember that, it affects your future. so i don't even think about my past. i try not to.
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time. i don't look too far ahead, but i am hopeful, i will tell you that. >> cheryl: janet downings' family denied our request for an interview, but in the past they've said o'brien is guilty and should remain in prison for life. cheryl fiandaca. >> christa: the pentagon may be sending more troops into syria. a senior defense official telling u.s.a. today the pentagon will consider deploying more special ons troops if the pilot project shows signs of progress. last month the pentagon announced 50 commandos would be sent to northern syria to advise forces fighting isis. at the same time the white house has named a new isis adviser. president obama has appointed robert malley and says his only focus will be fighting the terror organization.preservely is served on the national security council. >> jadiann: and a new batch of hillary clinton's e-mails
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what they reveal about the possible motivation behind her overseas trips as secretary of state. >> christa: also ahead, the cuts that could be coming to the mbta in hopes of closing a looming budget gap. >> jadiann: and winter hasn't officially begun yet, but try telling that to folks driving through these conditions, where a winter storm is dumping snow, heavy at times, along with sleet and freezing rain. >> jeremy: they can have it. cold conditions now with partly cloudy skies. upper 20s, tracking a few sprinkles and rain showers. chilly, raw afternoon. temperatures only in the low 40s. >> danielle: good morning. happy tuesday, everyone. no major problems to on the road yet. we had an off ramp closed in lexington. that's back open. traffic starting to flow nicely on 95 northbound.
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>> jadiann: look at this. mother nature battering the midwest with some severe wintry weather. schools in south dakota and iowa and minnesota have canceled classes this morning. there have also been reports of widespread power outages. snowfall in some parts of the region is expected the reach up to a foot. and as we look at december 1st, maybe some rain in the forecast. makes you kind of keep it in perspective. >> christa: you know, if that's what the midwest has to offer, they can keep it, as you were saying, right? i don't want it. we don't want it, j.r. >> jeremy: we had our share and everyone else's share last year, so let's spread the wealth around, although that was such a localized event because chicago had thunderstorms last night. they were on the warm side of that storm. we will be on the warm side of the storm as we work through next couple days with an afternoon shower and a few showers tonight. it's a chilly, raw day. but overall it's a mild pattern.
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for some christmas snow. at least first couple weeks of december. the pattern will not be there. 20s and 30s right now, the city at 32. norwood 21. orange at 21. high pressure holding down the fort for a couple more hours with dry conditions through the morning. and even first part of the afternoon. this will be the first wave that comes at us. but again, this weather system, it's here on the eastern seaboard, and it goes all the way back into the upper midwest. there's the rain shower activity in chicago. so we'll be eventually on the warm side of this weather system. the word "warm" is all relative. i'm not thinking 60s or 70s, but warm enough where we don't have to be concerned with sleet or freezing rain or snow. so at noon today, this is where i think we'll have the sprinkles and showers. there could be a couple sprinkles around the metro as early as 1:00 p.m. but i don't think you need the rain gear until mid-the late afternoon. even then there will be light, isolated showers. a manageable evening commute, not overwhelming rain.
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and tomorrow morning a lot of clouds and passing shower. that will be the case through the day tomorrow. this is a weather system that will spend a couple of days with us, but really at no point is there overwhelming precipitation coming at us. there may be one instance late tomorrow night, probably around 9:00, 10:00 tomorrow night where we get a burst of some heavier rainfall. but even then i think it will be localized. as we work toward thursday, clearing skies, blusterynd coal. how much rain with this weather system? again, most towns about one-third of an inch to half an inch, some locations upwards of three-quarters of an inch of rain. if that's spread out over two day, no flooding concern. so for today, becoming cloudy, a few isolated showers, cool and raw with temperatures only in the upper 30s. back to the worcester hills and the merrimack valley, and i think in metro boston, low to middle 40s. for tonight, a few rain showers, temps actually hold steady overnight tonight. 38 to 44. and for tomorrow, a lot of clouds. a few isolated showers tomorrow. temps tomorrow running in the upper 40s.
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blustery and chilly. temperatures into the middle 40s. there is that mild pattern doing its thing. saturday and sunday, if you're going to go get your christmas tree, looking good. mostly sunny skies. upper 40s on saturday, low 50s on sunday. >> christa: thank you, j.r. >> jadiann: new this morning one of hillary clinton's top aides pushed her to visit more countries when she was secretary of state according to an e-mail revealed monday as part of the latest round of messages taken from clinton's private server. her police aide set a goal of 110 countries and included a list of 94 countries she hasn't visited for her to choose from. clinton often notes on the campaign trail he visited 112 countries while on the state department and republicans have claimed she tried to boost that number for future political gain. all the democratic women of the senate rallied at an event for hillary clinton, except for one. elizabeth warren. 13 of the 14 women from the upper chamber of commerce met for a fund-raiser in washington, dc, last night, but warren did
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she signed a letter urging clinton to run in 2013, but she has not endorsed her yet. neither clinton or warren have commented about the absence. democratic candidate bernie sanders taking some time to rest after undergoing elective hernia surgery. the 74-year-old had the outpatient surgery in a hospital on monday. his campaign says he'll be back on the road later this week. >> christa: and republican rivals donald trump and new jersey governor, former new jersey governor chris christie both in new hampshire today. christie, who faced some criticism recently for not strongly condemning trump's claims that thousands of people celebrated in new jersey after 9/11 took a tougher stance on that monday. >> i said i think even that day, if it had happened, i'm pretty sure i'd remember it, but if you'd like me to say it another way, i'll say it another way. it didn't happen. the fact is people can say anything, but the facts are the facts, and that did not happen
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hasn't happened since. >> christa: in response christie said -- trump said the governor should be careful with what he says. also, it's that time of year when lawmakers question how millions of dollars of taxpayer money has been spent in recent months. >> jadiann: that's right. oklahoma senator james langford releasing his wasteful spending report. the national institutes of health spent more than $2.5 million for a truck driver weight loss program. the national endowment for the arts spent at least $35,000 to fund silent shakespeare plays in virginia. and finally $375,000 was used by the national science foundation to fund a study on the dating habits of people 60 years or older. >> christa: up next on 7, a dangerous drive down a highway in vermont when a pole punctures a windshield following a crash. we'll tell you what happened just moments before that impact. >> jadiann: and see who comes
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>> jeremy: we say good-bye to november. temperatures averaged 4 or 5 degrees above normal, putting november 2015 as the eighth warmest on record. as we look to december, first day of the month, average high 36. average low 33. sun going down on december 1st at:13. average high 37. average low 23. normally in december the city of boston picks up about nine inches of snow. >> christa: when was the last time you heard rabbit rabbit, by the way?
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>> christa: now you have to be nice to him all month. now time to find out who won "who did it better." you took on dylan dreyer. she's on the "today show." everyone loves dylan. >> jadiann: including j.r. he told me he voted for her before he even saw the segment. we went to regina pizzeria. dylan had a little larger pizza. >> christa: the result, dylan wins it 74% of the vote. so that snaps jadiann's win streak at two, but you still have three wins and only two losses on the year. so you're doing all right. and you're graceful in defeat. >> jadiann: you know what, that. i'll for sure take that. i'm going to try to get back on my winning side on monday. so this, i'm challenging the celtics' isaiah thomas. guess what we do?
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guess... we're taking on the blue man group. >> christa: it doesn't say. it just says you're taking on isaiah thomas, but not what you're doing. that will be cool. we can't wait to see it. child. it's completely humiliating at the same time. >> paul: you're so brave. really, you're so brave. >> jadiann: you have to swallow your pride and go for it. we had a lot of fun. thanks for your votes. i'll have to tweet dylan to make sure she knows. >> christa: and i recused myself from the vote. i didn't want to pick sides. >> jadiann: okay. >> christa: up next at 5:30, cuts could be coming to the mbta. changes that t cash-strapped transit agency is considering to close a looming budget gap. >> reporter: we're learning about a possible motive for the first time. prosecutors explaining why they believe philip chism killed his math teacher. >> jadiann: and scary scene unfolding near several roxbury schools when gunfire erurpghts. the latest on the search for the gunman coming up.
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>> jadiann: a new chapter begins this morning in the trial of the danvers teen accused of killing his teacher. the final words jurors heard as the prosecution rested their case. >> christa: and keeping the mbta on track. the changes you could see as the transit agency tries to close a growing budget gap. >> jadiann: and after the shopping rush of cyber monday, today comes an opportunity to give back and help the less fortunate. >> this is 7 news today in new england. >> christa: happy tuesday. thank you for waking up with us this morning. i'm christa delcamp. >> jadiann: and i'm jadiann thompson. we'll start with a check of the weather with jeremy reiner standing by with a look at a little different things today. >> jeremy: all sorts of stuff, jadiann. boston is 32 at this time. norwood is 21. orange is 21. cold air in southern new england. and there is rain coming in from new york and pennsylvania. and this time of year, when you have rain coming into cold air,
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there may be some freezing rain in western mass. if you have business travel early this morning out toward springfield, pittsfield, hartford, waterbury, be mindful of that. there may be a little light freezing drizzle out there. for us. a lot of clouds. sunshine fading behind clouds. school bell forecast, kids will have outdoor recess with just a sprinkle or two possible. but when school lets out this afternoon, there will be rain showers. make sure they have rain gear. cold, raw day. temps this afternoon low 40s. >> jadiann: let's get over the danielle with a check of your traffic. >> danielle: a couple slow spots. at the braintree split, it's starting to slow down getting on to the expressway. let's go to the maps. the expressway northbound, wide open into boston. no major delays there, but the split you're starting to slow down. south of town in lexington, that back-up is all now green. we're fine. there an off ramp was closed. it's back open. no major delays to tell you about south of town. the pike looking good. 93 north of town, we're starting
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for the most part it's a wide-open ride on 93 southbound into boston. route 1 wide open, as well. let's go to your drive times now if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. the expressway, the split to the tunnel, an 11-minute ride. into town on the pike from 128, a 12-minute drive, and southbound on 93, 128 to the zakim bridge. that's an 11-minute drive. so far the "t" is on time. back to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, thank you. let's get a check of your top stories this tuesday morning. today a federal judge is expected to hear arguments for a new trial for boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev. tsarnaev is not expected to attend the hearing. the defense team is arguing that a recent supreme court ruling could put 15 of tsarnaev's convictions into question. tsarnaev was sentenced to death earlier this year for his role in the 2013 attack. also today a woman from dorchester is behind bars in connection with a weapon stolen from an armory in worcester last month. investigators say 26-year-old
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on her phone of a stolen handgun and assault rifle. she's due in court coming up thursday. also patriots' tight end rob gronkowski expected to miss at least one week as he recovers from a right knee sprain. he suffered that injury late in the fourth quarter of sunday's loss in denver. one nfl source says the injury means gronk will be in a tremendous amount of pain for a couple weeks. meantime, the pats host the eagles coming up this sunday. >> jadiann: happening today, the defense begins their case in the philip chism murder trial. the prosecution calling their final witness yesterday. they revealed what they believe was chism's motive for killing his math teacher. 7's victoria warren live in say let with more on how prosecutors residents their case. good morning, vicki. >> victoria: good morning. they're calling this case a sexually motivated murder. and the defense gets their turn today to call witnesses, and jurors will hear from childhood friends, former classmates and a psychologist. and also a judge will have to
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the second rape charge. >> it would suggest this was a sexually motivated crime and he didn't get to finish what he started in the bathroom and he finished it in the woods. >> victoria: for the first time prosecutors give a motive in the trial of danvers' teen philip chism, accused of raping and killing math teacher philip chism. -- colleen ritzer. the defense asked the judge to dismiss a rape charge that colleen was already dead when her body was dumped in the woods. prosecutors say what happened in the woods is linked to what happened in the school bathroom. >> he was less looking to dispose her body than looking for a place the finish what he had started. >> victoria: now the defense gets his turn, saying chism is not guilty by reason of insantism prosecutors tried to set up a premeditation argument,
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low path teacher sarah to the stand. she walked jurors through the holloway. they're dressed the same as part of a school spirit day. and sarah says colleen was smiling and at ease. >> what did colleen say to you just about why the boy was in her classroom? >> she said, i don't know why he's here. >> victoria: so this morning the judge is expected to decide whether or not toes tos that second rape charge. the defense will start calling its witnesses tomorrow. the jury will go on a view of the murder scene to danvers high school. and the high school is dismissing students early to accommodate the trial. live this morning in salem, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: happening right now, police are searching for the gunman who shot a high school student near several schools in roxbury. the 16-year-old was shot in the leg on malcolm x boulevard monday afternoon. he's a boston public school student.
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were placed in safe mode after the shooting happened. >> we had to be super quiet. everybody who was on the certain side of the room who was near the door had to move to the other side of the room. it was kind of scary. >> very proud of the administration as well as the staff here at madison park. >> christa: the teen is expected to be okay. and hunters back in the blue hills reservation this morning as they hunt for deer. the second day of this hunt began a half hour ago. hunters killed 26 deer monday. state officials are hoping this will control the overwhelming deer population in the reservation. protesters lined the entrance to the reservation yesterday to speak out against the deer hunting. >> are we going to kill everything that's a problem for us? i don't think that's a good long-term solution, and i don't think that's something i want to tell my grandchildren about. >> they found there was an average of 85 deer per square
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to put that into perspective, a healthier herd hovering around 6 to 14 deer per square mile. so you can tell right away that we mead this here. >> christa: 89 hunters are expected to take part today and two more days of hunting are planned for next week, as well. >> jadiann: change could come to the mbta to help close a growing budget gap. the panel that overseas the "t," among other things, getting rid of late-night service and making changes on the ride. passengers. the proposal also calls for vacant positions not to be filled and accepting alcohol ads to bring in more money. longer-term steps include possible fare hikes next year. >> christa: coming up here at 5:37 on 7news "today in new england," police in quincy investigating a case of road rage. why the attorney for man accused of pulling a gun on a couple says this was all a misunderstanding. >> jadiann: plus a family's home goes up in flames just days before thanksgiving. the toy they say sparked the fire. >> christa: and some parents
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why they say it shouldn't be marketed to younger kids. >> i got a job for you. >> jeremy: chilly, raw day with a lot of clouds. a peek were to of sun, otherwise grab the rain gear. sprinkles through the early part of the afternoon. scattered showers late this afternoon. and the evening commute, temps this afternoon low 40s. >> reporter: good morning. getting busier out there on the roads, but traffic still flowing nicely as you see over the zakim bridge and the lefer -- leverett connector. we're starting to slow down at the braintree split. so far the "t" is looking good. we'll be right back. oliday i can count on someone's kid ing me for santa. i'm so sorry. n sweetie. it's okay. g right when
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>> jeremy: well, if you're a tv, today is first day of meteorological winter, december 29th. ites a leap year next year. astronomical winter december 21st through march 20th. now first, couple of weeks of december, not a lot of cold air. this is going to be an el nio winter. typically in el nio winter, they start snow with usually the cold and the snow showing up for the second half of the winter, but with that said, a raw day today. temperatures this morning in the
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this afternoon in the 40s. >> jadiann: thanks, j.r. trending today, the animated pixar film the good dinosaur opened to positive reviews last week, but many parents are questioning whether some scenes are appropriate for young kids. some have said on twitter it's violent and also depicts the death of a parent, drug-induced hallucinations and a boy who is treated like a dog. some parents say it left their kids crying. the movie does carry a pg rating. >> show me your math face. >> christa: she may be small, but one-year-old amani has a huge personality. the video of this baby girl trying to be grumpy. i mean, even when she's grumpy... >> jadiann: he's still adorable. >> christa: it's stolen the hearts of millions of people around the world with her funny expression. some say they would not be surprised if she becomes an actress some day.
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she goes from 0 to 60 here. >> jadiann: absolutely. she can switch it like a switch. that's what i was trying to say. she turns about 13, though, that's going to be a whole different story, right? very cute. do you ever eat airline food? are you a big fan of eating on the plane? we have a lot to get to coming up, know and go coming up. and just in time for your long flight home for the holiday, a new survey ranks the airlines with the best in-flight food. >> reporter: lawyers for the marathon bomber will be back at the federal courthouse today, why they say he deserves a new trial coming up. >> christa: and new details this morning in a cruel crime that's caught the attention of a
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couple hours. so out in those location, connecticut river valley and west, there may be a little bit of freezing drizzle. if you have business travel that takes you to western new england this morning, early this morning, be mindful of that. but for everyone else, by the time the showers arrive this afternoon, our temps will be in the upper 30s and the low 40s. showers. afternoon. so for some of you rain gear a good idea. it may stay on stand-by for about the entire afternoon. then a burst of some showers overnight tonight. we kick them out for tomorrow morning's commute. a few more showers on and off. it's a weather system that will spend a couple days with us, but it's not a power how's weather system. so no heavy rain, no damaging wind or anything like that. although there will be developing wind as we work toward thursday, which ushers in drier air. today becoming cloudy. a few showers and sprinkles this afternoon. cool and raw. temps only in the upper 30s to the low 40s. merrimack valley upper 30s. worcester hills upper 30s.
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afternoon. and this evening. a few rain showers. temps hold steady this evening so no concern of ice overnight. through day tomorrow, a lot of clouds, an isolated shower tomorrow. temps tomorrow in the upper 40s. windy with a lot of clouds on thursday. temperatures on thursday in the middle and upper 40s. mostly sunny skies for friday and saturday, as well as sunday. mostly sunny skies. including patriots' game. of course, by the time it kicks off at 4:25. mostly clear. relatively mild for this time of year. temperatures at kickoff in the upper 40s. >> christa: looks good. let's check on the roads with danielle. >> danielle: this is the braintree split getting on to the expressway northbound. you can see it's backed up. let's go to the maps. 128 southbound backed up to about logan express. you're stop and go on the expressway into boston. 24 northbound a little backed up, as well, from that braintree back-up there. as you can see, north of town, 93 is looking good.
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and then a little slow again as you passes over 128. but no major delays on route 93 into boston. route 1 into boston is looking good. the pike looking good, too. let's go to your drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. the expressway, the split to the tunnel already a 20-minute drive. into town on the pike from 128, a 12-minute drive. headed southbound on route 93. 128 to the zakim bridge is a 13-minute drive. so far the "t" is on time. back to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, thank you. happening today, the case of boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev heads to federal court. >> jadiann: a judge is set to hear new arguments in the trial. jennifer egan has more. >> jennifer: this will be first time dzhokhar tsarnaev's lawyers will be back here at the federal courthouse on this case since june. that's when tsarnaev was sentenced to death. tsarnaev himself will not be here. he's imprisoned at the supermax out in colorado. his lawyers will make their arguments to the same judge who presided over the trial, judge george o'toole.
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court ruling which they say applies to 15 of the charges tsarnaev was convicted of. the supreme court struck down part of a law that called for stricter penalties when a gun or bomb was used in a crime. tsarnaev's lawyers will make their arguments at hearing set to begin at 10:00 a.m. also the issue of whether or not tsarnaev should pay restitution to his victims is expected to be addressed. we're live in south boston this morning, jennifer egan, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: also on 7, a road rage incident in quincy lands one man in jail, but the suspect story. a couple says a man confronted them after he thought they were making fun of him for smoking in a car. that's when matthew freeman allegedly followed them as they dove away and confronted them with a pellet gun. the couple also caught the saw. >> he was tailgating us and swerving around, honking, drove up next to us, rolled down his window, flipped us off, cussed
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>> he went back to his car, got the gun, caucused -- kaulked it, put it in my face. >> christa: freeman says he was following the couple because they expressed interest in buying the gun, but they say that was not the case. a man was driving when a vehicle cut him off and he dove into a post. that's all remarkably. >> jadiann: the alleged gunman in a deadly shooting at a planned parenthood in colorado appeared before a judge yesterday. 57-year-old robert dear was wearing a bullet-proof vest, his hands and feet were shackled. dear is charged with first-degree murder. prosecutors say dear opened fire in a planned parenthood friday morning. three people were killed and nine others were hurt. police were in a standoff with dear for more than five hours before he finally surrendered. officer garrett swasey, a melrose native, was one of the people killed during the shooting rampage. police say he ran at the gunman
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swasey's funeral will be held on friday in colorado. a woman from connecticut is facing charges this morning after her crime caused outrage on social media. 45-year-old katherine la manske posted a picture of her dog with duct tape over its mouth captioning it, "this is what happens when you don't shut up." the post was shared hundreds of thousands of times and police stations were flooded with calls. lamanske had recently been living in florida. she was arrested in north carolina. >> christa: new this morning, the city of hamburg, germany, is out of the running to host the 2024 olympics. more than half of the residents of hamburg voted against holding the games. money earmarked to host the olympics could be spent in better ways. paris, budapest, rome and l.a. are the remaining four candidates. l.a. was chosen as a representative for trust after boston withdrew its bid in july. the u.s. olympic committee
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committee, but the head of the committee said boston's bid ultimately failed because it wasn't supported by residents here. the chicago police officer who was charged with murder for the deadly shooting of an african american teen will be waking up at home this morning. >> jadiann: jason van dyke was released on $1.5 million bond on monday. prosecutors say van dyke shot 17-year-old laquan mcdonald 16 times during an incident in october. officials released dash cam footage of the shoaling last week. and checking news across the country, a house in louisiana goes up in flames because of a toy hover board. jessica horn says her son only had his hover board for a day when it exploded in the bedroom. he says he had just plugged the board in to charge it when it blew up. >> both wheels, it was like a firework, like you lit a firework. i seen sparks just flying. before i could yell, "the house is on fire," the middle part of
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your feet, poof into flames. >> jadiann: horn says she's planning on suing the hover board company. the fire chief says he has heard of hover board fires in other countries and is waiting for the results of the investigation. >> christa: holiday season doesn't just bring joy, it also brings out thieves. check out some video of one man snagging a light-up snowman from a home out in washington state. the homeowners say the thieves also took their candy cane lights from the yard, and really, it's not just decoration, this is another thief you're about to sew right there going for packages that are delivered to a doorstep. police haven't caught those thieves quite yet, though. cautionary tale there. also happening today now that black friday and cyber monday are over, it's time for giving tuesday today. it's a day for americans to give back by volunteering or donating to charities after the long holiday weekend of shopping and deals. giving tuesday started back in 2012. today is also world aids day. all around the globe and including the white house,
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of the cause with a red ribbon. world aids day is an opportunity for people to unite in the fight against h.i.v. and to fight against the cure. >> jadiann: airlines are upping their game when it comes to healthy food choices. a survey found which airline served the healthiest in-flight foods. virginia america tops the list followed by delta and then jetblue. the criteria of the survey included calorie levels of meals, snacks and how well the airline could provide nutritional information. >> christa: all right. so let's check in with jeremy reiner here and tell us about this morning. what are we going to see as we head outside today. >> jeremy: cold now. 20s and 30s. the city at 32. bedford 21, orange 21. a band of rain in the southern tier of new york, hudson river valley, moving into new england. by the time it reaches up, temps will be in the middle 30s with a few sprinkles. western new england, and maybe a little freezing drizzle western mass. late this afternoon, showers,
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>> christa: a crime that shocked new england, a teen convicted of killing his friend's mother, and now 20 years later, eddie o'brien is talking from behind bars to just one station. >> jadiann: more weapons recovered and arrests made and a reward offered in the gun heist at a worcester armory. >> christa: and tom brady vowing to get the pats back to their winning ways as the injuries pile up. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> christa: good morning, everybody. welcome, december, the first day here. i'm christa delcamp. ism i'm jadiann thompson. jeremy, i may be speaking out of turn, but seems like a good start to december. >> jeremy: no snow. >> jadiann: all things considered. >> jeremy: dry morning commute. boston 34 at this time. bedford 21. norwood 21. origin at 21678 it's cold. we are tracking some rain, which if you have business travel that takes you into western new england this morning, heads up. there may be a little freezing rain berkshires, springfield, up toward hartford and even
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for us, worcester, boston, a few sprinkles mid-day and a few showers this afternoon, but at that time temperatures safely above 32. but you do need the rain gear for late this afternoon and this evening. it's a chilly, raw day, despite the fact there won't be any concern of ice. it will be a slow process to move those temps. only in the upper 30s to around 40 this afternoon. >> christa: okay. let's go to fast track traffic with our new traffic reporter. danielle? >> danielle: thank you, crystal. the expressway northbound, you're slow. barely moving there. let's go to the map. the expressway is a bit of a mess already this morning into town, into boston. a lot of red. so that's a slow drive. in fact, you're backed up on 128 southbound, too, until about route 24678 we have a new accident to tell you about in brockton at 24 northbound right at route 123. that's causing about an eight-minute delay if you're headed north on route 24, something to keep in mind. the pike looking good so far. north of town 93 southbound, you're slow right through 495,
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you come up to 128. route 1 into boston not looking bad, though. take a look at those drive times out the door. the expressway, the split to the tunnel up to 21 minutes. into town on the pike, a 12-minute ride. into town on 93 southbound, a 15-minute ride, back to you, guys. >> jadiann: dzhokhar tsarnaev's lawyers will try to convince a judge that a new trial should be held today. argument. >> christa: 7's jennifer egan slive with more on today's jen? >> jennifer: well, christa, tsarnaev himself will not be here. he's in prison at the supermax in colorado. however, his lawyers will be here, their first time back at the federal courthouse on this case since tsarnaev was sentenced to death back in june. now, he was sentenced by judge george o'toole for his role in the boston marathon bombing. tsarnaev's lawyers will be trial. part of their argument today is
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supreme court ruling. that ruling struck down certain provisions of a law which called for tougher penalties for the use of a gun or bomb in a crime. tsarnaev's lawyers say that ruling pertains to 15 of the charges he faced and was convicted of. also the issue of whether tsarnaev should be ordered to pay restitution to his victims is expected to be addressed here at the federal courthouse today. live in south boston, generaller in egan, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: jen, thank you. also we're following breaking news overseas. a u.s. marine from new bedford found guilty of a deadly crime. kris anderson has more. >> kris: lance corporal joseph pemberton was the man convicted overnight. he's a new bedford indicative who will now serve up to 12 years in prison for killing a transgender woman. officials say he killed jennifer laude last year in a hotel room. pemberton apparently met laude at a bar in the southern part of the philippines back in october 2014. they then went to the hotel where the court ruled that
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strangling her and then dunking her head in a toilet after learning she was transgender. pemberton admitted to choking laude but said he attempted to revive her. laude's death sparked protests and calls for u.s. troops to leave the philippines. laude's sister says she believes the sentence is not enough but she's still glad that pemberton will be spending time behind bars. that's the latest live here in the newsroom. kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> jadiann: two more weapons have been recovered in the worcester armory heist. agents recovered a stolen handgun and assault rifle after they found these pictures on a woman from dorchester's cell phone. 28-year-old ashley bigsbee has been arrested. initially bigsbee told agents she knew nothing about the robbery. she is expected to appear in court on thursday. the f.b.i. is offering a $15,000 reward for the six guns stolen last month that are still unaccounted for. >> christa: and tom brady pledging to get the pats back to their winning ways.
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can to help our team. i'm going to study as hard as i can, as hard as i ever have to try to, you know, give our guys the best chance. >> christa: the pats' q.b. saying it's going to take a lot of hard work to keep up the level of play with all the injuries they have on the team. here's 7's nicole oliverio live at gillette where they're definitely working on a plan for the eagles on sunday. nicole? >> nicole: well, christa, you know the motto: next man up. but with five players now injured for brady's offense, that might be a little bit more difficult. but the good news with gronk, we know he will be back this season and may miss just a couple weeks. >> over the middle and that's incomplete. gronkowski is hurt. >>. >> nicole: when rob gronkowski went down, new england fans went silent. >> breathless. my heart sank. >> i thought, oh, no, not again. it's too bad. he's a great player. >> nicole: but the injury not as bad as it looked.
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an injury described as self-limiting by an nfl source, meaning when the pain subsides, the tight end will be good to go. great news for tom brady, who spoke to jim gray on the westwood one radio network last night. >> if it's not, you know, as significant as it could have possibly looked, then it will be a big sigh of relief for our entire team just because of the kind of contributor that he is for our offense. >> nicole: the pats have been losing key offensive players to injurier week for the last month. among those hurt, receiver danny amendola could be the first to return and could be back as soon as this sunday. >> danny is as tough as they come. if there is any chance for him to play, he'll be out there. >> nicole: fans say if any team knows how to overcome adversity, it's the patriots. >> we're up against it. what can you do? injuries are injuries. they happen. it's like the motto: next man up. >> nicole: so with all of
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news and promising news is that amendola and gronk are both expected to be back in time for the playoffs. that's the latest live from gillette, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> jadiann: now on just one station, it's one of new england's most notorious murder cases. eddie o'brien was just 15 years old when he was convicted of killing his best friend's mother 20 years ago. >> christa: he was sentenced to life in prison without parole. he has not spoken publicly in nearly two decades. until now. 7's investigative reporter cheryl fiandaca has this exclusive interview. >> cheryl: did you kill "downton abbey"? >> absolutely not. >> cheryl: eddie o'brien was just 15 years old when he was charged with killing his best friend's mother. >> is the defendant guilty or not guilty? >> guilty. >> cheryl: convicted and sentenced to life in prison without parole, o'brien has always maintained his innocence but hasn't spoken publicly in nearly 20 years.
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so you're adamant you didn't kill janet downing? >> very adamant. if you really look at the evidence, you'll see the truth. >> cheryl: what's the truth? >> the truth is i didn't do anything. >> cheryl: that's all his lawyers, who are working on an appeal, will let him say about the case, refusing to let him discuss the evidence or talk about the woman he was convicted of killing. janet downing was murdered inside her home in the summer of 1995. the single mom stabbed more than 90 times. her teenage son, who was o'brien's friend, found her body. o'brien, a former altar boy and the grand isn't of the city's long-time police chief, lived across the street from the downings. he became a suspect after police doubted his story that he had been mugged the same night as the murder. >> eddie o'brien. yeah, i just got mugged. >> cheryl: in court prosecutors said o'brien had cuts on his hands and d.n.a. evidence placed him at the crime scene.
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the stand to defend himself. >> i was always under the impression i was going to testify and tell my story. >> cheryl: why didn't you? >> well, it was the last day of the trial, and they told me, don't worry, they didn't prove their case, you don't have to testify. and here i am. >> cheryl: here at the correctional center, a maximum-security prison. at 6'6" and well over 200 pounds, o'brien is 35-year-old man now who has spent more than half his life in prison. >> it might be weird to say, but i consider myself lucky. i had some good guys who took me under their wings and showed me the ropes on how to do time and how to live in here. at the end of the day, this place doesn't matter. this isn't reality. reality is out there where my family and friends are. >> cheryl: now a big change in the legal system could affect his case, the u.s. supreme court ruling it unconstitutional to sentence a juvenile to life without parole. the ruling could now make
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o'brien says that doesn't change anything for him. >> i feel like i would never meet the requirements of being granted a parole. i would never go in front of that board and admit to something i didn't do. >> cheryl: instead o'brien says he wants to be exonerated. so for the first time in 15 years, a new team of lawyers is working on an appeal. >> my task isn't pretty. i've been in prison for 20 years. you f you remember, that it affects your future. i don't think about my past. i try not to. i live one day at a time. i don't look too far ahead, but i am hopeful, i will tell you that. >> cheryl: janet downing's family denied our request for an interview, but in the past they said o'brien is guilty and should remain in prison for the rest of his life. in the newsroom, cheryl fiandaca. >> jadiann: now to the fight against isis. the pentagon may be sending more troops to syria.
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the pentagon would consider deploying more special ops troops. 50 commandos will be sent to syria to fight isis. meantime, the white house has named a new white house adviser. robert malley's only focus will be on fighting the terror group. he previously served as senior direct your at the national security council. >> christa: still ahead, a shift in focus for the philip chism trial. the defense now taking over as of today as we hear for the first time a possible motive behind the murder of a danvers math teacher. >> jadiann: plus hillary clinton hosts all the feel democratic senators with one glaring exception. who is missing? >> christa: damaging storms leaving thousands in the dark. in ice. look at that, j.r. >> jeremy: and we're tracking showers. a chilly morning commute, a dry commute. raw, only in the low 40s.
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temps in the mid-40s. danielle, how is the morning commute so far scwierks good news, it's dry. bad news, a bit of a mess. also keeping an eye on two accident, one in brockton, one in foxborough.
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we still have some things on the radar today. >> jeremy: a few showers on the way for mid to late afternoon. rain gear a good idea. you may not lead it until late in the day, perhaps not until the evening commute. chilly, raw day. trying the move warm air in. overall the pattern is a mild pattern, but that push and shove to move cold air out results in weather. that's what's going to happen today. the city at 34. norwood and bedford and nashua in the lower 20s. and here is our storm system. again, it's an expansive storm. it's not a powerhouse storm, but estate. and on the back side of the storm, that's where you have the ice and the snow. we're going to be on the front side of the storm system, which features just raindrops. so as we put the storm time line into motion, noon today, a lot of clouds, maybe a couple isolated sprinkles around the metro, but most of the rain showers will hold off until the heavy rain. you can get through the evening commute just fine. wet roads, though. on-and-off showers tonight into early tomorrow morning. even through the day tomorrow, a couple isolated showers with one
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for tomorrow night. it's a storm system that pesters us for a couple day, but it's not an overwhelming storm system winds. few days. cool and raw today. the amount of rainfall on the way with this weather system, most towns around a half an inch of rain. in some locations three-quarters of an information of rain. when that's drawn out over a couple days, it's not the type of rain that leads to flooding, which is good news there. so for the day, becoming cloudy. a few isolated showers early afternoon. more widespread late this afternoon and this evening. cool and raw. 38 to 45. boston this afternoon 44. merrimack valley, nashoba river valley, worcester hills, southern new hampshire, i don't think you make it out of the 30s this afternoon. south shore, south coast mid-40s. for tonight, rain showers. temps will hold steady tonight. so no concern of ice tonight with overnight lows 38 to 44. and through the day tomorrow, a lot of clouds, a few isolated showers. temperatures tomorrow a little warmer than today, but still kind of that cool, raw feel.
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your 7 on 7 forecast, thursday, a lot of clouds. blustery with temperatures in the middle 40s. friday and saturday lots of sunshine. and again, there's that mild pattern that i speak of here in december. the first part of the month looking rather warm. temperatures 40s and 50s this weekend. have a great day. >> jadiann: thank you, j.r. let's get over to our new traffic reporter to look at the roads. good mourning, danielle. >> danielle: good morning, jadiann. zakim bridge from sky7, it's getting busier, but traffic is flowing nicely. where traffic is not flowing nicely, you'll see the expressway recall red from the braintree split into boston. that's a slow drive. you're crawling all the way. south of town,, we have two accidents to tell you about. the first one is in brockton. 24 northbound at route 123. this is causing eight-minute delays. we have another accident in foxborough on 128 northbound at 140. that accident is causing about five-minute delays. the pike looks good. north of town route 93. a little bit slow from 495 to 128.
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looking too bad, though. take a look at your drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. the expressway, the split to the tunnel, a 23-minute ride into town on the pike. from 128, a 12-minute ride heading southbound on 93. 16-minute ride. and so far the "t" is on time. back to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, thank you. now to the race for the white house and republican travels donald trump and chris christie both up in new hampshire today. christie faced some recent criticism for not strongly condemning trump's claims that "thousands of people celebrated in new jersey after 9/11." but on monday, he took a tougher stance. >> i said i think even that day, if it had happened, i'm pretty sure i'd remember it. but if you'd like me to say it another way, i will say it another way. the fact it is didn't happen. people can say anything. the facts are the facts. that did not happen in new jersey that day and it hasn't
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>> christa: trump responded sunday by saying christie should be careful with what he says. bernie sanders taking some time to rest after undergoing elective hernia surgery. he had the surgery in washington, d.c., on monday. his campaign says he'll be back on the road later this week. hillary clinton getting support of almost all of the women in the u.s. senate last night, 13 of the 14 attended a rally and fund-raiser. the only one not there, elizabeth warren. she signed a letter urging clinton to run in 2013 but has not endorsed her. neither clinton nor warren have commented about the absence. >> christa: it's that time of the year when lawmakers question how millions of dollars of taxpayer money has been spent in recent months. oklahoma senator james langford released his wasteful spending report. here's how it looks. the national institutes for health spent more than 2.5 million for a truck driver weight loss program. the national endowment for the arts spent at least $35,000 to fund silent shakespeare plays
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and finally, $375,000 used by the national science foundation to fund a study on the dating habits of people aged 60 and older. >> christa:>> jadiann: still ahead, a close call for a new england driver. what happened moments before a post goes through his windshield. >> christa: and three boston schools had to be put in lockdown as police searched for a shooter yesterday. >> jadiann: and next the results of our "who did it
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celtics managed to earn a split in florida by beating the miami heat. avery bradley scored a team-high 25 points last night. c's win it 105-95. and they take on the kings and old friend rajon rondo in sacramento thursday night. the red sox have agreed to a deal with free agent outfielder chris young according to reports. the contract would be for multiple years. young will have to pass a physical before he can officially join the team. the 32-year-old played for the yankees this past season. and right now our own champ right now, jadiann thompson. we'll talk about playing for the... >> the yankees and the red sox. >> christa: for our team. familiar face. 7news meteorologist dylan dreyer who is now a member of the "today show" for this challenge. >> jadiann: still in the family there. we headed to regina pizzeria to make some pizzas. the goal was to make a pizza in under two minutes. dylan finished her pizza in 1:48. i finished mine in 1:36.
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bit larger pizza. >> christa: here are the results: dylan won it. 74% of the vote. so jadiann's win streak is at two. she's got three win, two losses on the year. hey, it's dylan dreyer. you did all right. >> jadiann: she's a great gal, too. we were is happy she came to town and did this with us. so much fun. i was really excited. my first time to meet her. you guys clearly knew her. so i'm going to try to get back on the winning side next monday. i'm challenging celtics' guard siza thomas as we both join the blue man group. this was an experience like none other. can't miss that one. >> christa: you said it released your inner child. >> jadiann: i acted like a toddler. >> christa: can't wait to see that. check it out monday morning. still ahead on this broadcast, changing things up after black friday and cyber monday. the social movement inspiring people to give back today. >> jadiann: also ahead, a sneak peek at the highly
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>> jadiann: a shift in the trial of philip chism as the prosecution offers the first motive. >> i have a picture of you hoing a gun. you're real smart. >> christa: cell phone video leading police the make an arrest in a road rage incident. >> jadiann: protests over night as a chicago police officer walks free after being charged with gunning down a teen in the street. >> christa: and what's being blamed for this dangerous drive on a new england highway? >> jadiann: and why some parents are not happy with the new kids' movie from pixar. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> jadiann: good morning, everyone. it's 6:30 on the dot. i'm jadiann thompson. >> christa: i'm christa delcamp. we have to explain why we're laughing about who did it better and how i remained neutral. i didn't want to vote for you and not dylan.
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>> jadiann: i'm voting for dylan. that's your buddy. blizzards and hurricanes together. still a big fan of your, though. 21. knife. that was good. morning. we are tracking rain. some of this rain will move into western new england early this morning. if you have business travel that takes you to springfield, hartford, pittsfield, there may be freezing drizzle out in those locations. for us, plain old raindrops mid-afternoon, sprinkles mid-day. the evening commute, a few isolated showers. steadier rainfall will hold off until mid to late evening tonight. chilly, raw this afternoon, with temperatures in the low 40s this afternoon as well as this evening. >> christa: at least dry for this morning. how are the roads looking, danielle. >> christa: . >> jeremy: it's a bit of a mess out there actually. it's a little slow. it's about to be even slower.
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accident in braintree on route 3 northbound here at union street. so we're seeing some back-up from that. we're also keeping an eye on those two accidents south of town, one in foxborough. that one just cleared. the other one in brockton. it looks like that one just cleared, too. this one still has about eight-minute delays. the one in foxborough giving us some delays, as well. the pike is okay, though. we're not too bad there. north of town from route 93 from 495 to 128, you're really slow and then you're stop and go from 128 into boston. route 1 into boston not looking too bad yet, though. let's go to your drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. the expressway to the tunnel, that's a 26-minute ride. into town, 128, a 13-minute ride. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, a 21-minute ride. so far no major delays to tell you about on the "t." back to you, guys. >> christa: thank you, danielle. >> jadiann: a new bedford
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killing a transgender woman in the philippines. lance corporal joseph pemberton was sentenced to six to 12 years in prison. pemberton was convicted earlier today. police say he killed jennifer laude in a hotel room in october of last year. pemberton admitted to choking that person but said he attempted to revive her. and now to the day's other top stories. today a federal judge is set to hear arguments for a new trial for boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev. tsarnaev is not expected to attend. the defense team is arguing that a recent supreme court ruling could put 15 of tsarnaev's convictions into question. tsarnaev was sentenced to death earlier this year for his role in the 2013 attack. patriots' tight end rob gronkowski is expected to miss at least one week as he recovers from a right knee strain. he suffered the injury late in the fourth quarter of sunday's loss in denver. one nfl source says this injury means gronkowski will be in tremendous pain for at least a couple weeks. the pats host the eagles this sunday.
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today, the defense beginning presenting its case in the philip chism murder trial. the prosecution calling its final witnesses. and also revealing for the first time what they believe was chism's motive for killing his high school math teacher. 7's victoria warren is in salem where that testimony will get under way this morning. vicki? >> victoria: good morning, crystal. for the first time in court prosecutors talking about a motive, telling the judge they believe this was a sexually motivated crime. today the defense gets the case, and they are arguing not guilty by reason of insanity. the judge will also have to decide whether or not to toss one of the rape charges. >> the evidence suggests this was a sexually motivated crime. he didn't finish what he started in the bathroom and he finished in the woods. >> victoria: for the first time prosecutors give a motive in the trial of danvers' teen
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rapeling and killing his math teacher colleen ritzer. the prosecution residents and the defense immediately asked the judge to dismiss one of the rape charges, their argument based on the medical examiner's testimony that colleen was likely already dead when her body was dumped in the woods. prosecutors, though, say what happened in the woods is linked to what happened in the school bathroom. >> he was less looking to dispose her body than looking for a place to finish what he had started. >> victoria: now the defense gets its turn, saying chism is not guilty been reason of insanity. prosecutors tried to set up a premeditation argument, calling ritzer's friend and fellow math teacher sarah giaquinta to the stand. sarah walked jurors through this surveillance video minutes before the murder. they're dressed the same as part of a school spirit day and giaquinta says colleen was smiling and at ease. >> what did colleen say to you just about why the boy was in her classroom?
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he's here." >> victoria: so the judge today will decide whether or not to toss that second rape charge. and the defense will start calling its witnesses. tomorrow the jury will go visit the murder scene. they're going to danvers high school. the school is dismissing students early to accommodate the trial. live this morning in salem, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> jadiann: police are searching for the gunman who shot a high school student near several schools in roxbury. the 16-year-old is expected to be okay after he was shot in the leg on malcolm x boulevard monday afternoon. student. all three schools in the area were placed in safe mode after the shooting. >> i got your license plate and you have a gun. i got a picture of you holding a gun. you're real smart. >> christa: police in quincy making an arrest after an apparent road rage incident caught on camera here. a couple say the man followed them and showed them a gun.
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here's a picture. as you can see, it look like it could be a real weapon. christopher ham says the man went back to his car in order to get it. >> he says, i'll go back to my car. went in his car, got the gun, caulked it, put it in my face. he said, "i'm going to blow your head all. ." >> he was tailgating us, swerving around, honging. drove up next to his, flipped us off, cussed us out. >> christa: the 179 is out on bail. he says he was following the couple because they expressed interest in buying the pellet gun but the victims say that was not the case. >> christa:>> jadiann: a close call for a man in vermont. look at this pole straight through his car windshield. police say that that man was driving when another vehicle cut him off. that's when he drove into the post. he had just a minor hand injury. >> christa: which is there. ism very close call. >> christa: it's 6:37. up next, a movie for kids. this reportedly making them cry. >> jadiann: also ahead, the
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america runs on dunkin'. >> jadiann: trending today, the animated pixar film "the good dinosaur" opening to positive review, but many parents saying scenes are not appropriate for younger children. some have said on twitter it's violent, that it depicts the death of a parent, drug-induced hallucinations and a boy who is treated like a dog. some kids were in tears. other families walked out of the movie. the movie carries a p.g. rating. >> jadiann: now that black friday and cyber monday are over, it is giving tuesday. today is the day for people to give back, volunteering or
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after the long holiday weekend of shopping and deals, giving tuesday started back in 2012. >> christa: a new teaser trailer for the new "batman versus superman" movie is out. warner brothers posting this teaser online. superman played by henry cavill is seen taking off the mask of ben affleck's batman. the full trailer will be released tomorrow. "batman versus superman: dawn of justice" will be in theaters on march 25th. looks very moody and spooky and dash. >> jadiann: intense. i didn't know... am i crazy? i didn't know there was a teaser to a trailer. >> christa: i didn't either. i did not know that either. it's like 30 seconds whereas the full one is several minutes. >> jadiann: a tease to a tease. where does it end? okay. know and go is next with all the day's top stories. it was a notorious murder case. a 15-year-old sentenced to life for kiss killing his friend's mother. now 20 years after the crime, eddie o'brien talks exclusively
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court. why dzhokhar tsarnaev's lawyers are asking for a new trial. >> reporter: breaking news. a massachusetts marine found guilty after a transgender woman is killed overseas. >> reporter: going on the defense. lawyers for philip chism prepare to make their case. >> reporter: plus the pats' undefeated hopes may be dashed. what tom brady says he'll do to get his team back on the winning track this weekend. >> christa: all right. time to know and go on this tuesday morning with your top stories ahead. >> jadiann: we start with traffic and weather. jeremy reiner standing by with a check of the forecast. >> jeremy: jadiann, boston 34. norwood 21. orange at 21. it is cold at this time in southern new england, but we have a weather system that will try to move the cold air out of here. but now that we're into the month of december, moving cold air, it's a stubborn process. it's like trying to remove moles a sec off a cutting board. it's difficult at best. the result will be a cool, raw day. eventually some weather. you need the rain gear, not for
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have pockets of light rain and sprinkles early this afternoon. steady rainfall i think right at the tail end of the evening commute. and then overnight tonight. and then even through the day tomorrow a few scattered rain showers with temperatures overnight tonight and even through the day tomorrow holding in the upper 30s and low 40s. so becoming cloudy. the first part of the day is dry. the second part of the day features raindrops. 38 to 45. the city around 44 this afternoon. billerica 39. out on the cape mid-40s. rain showers tonight, patchy fog. temps hold steady. 38 to 44. and through the day tomorrow, cloudy skies with a few isolated showers. steady rainfall again tomorrow night after the commute. and then thursday a lot of clouds, blustery, cold, temperatures middle 40s. that wind will do the chilling effect, if you will. friday and saturday, mostly sunny skies, and warming back up. upper 40s on saturday, low to mid-50s on sunday. >> jadiann: and an umbrella for later today. let's get over to traffic with our new traffic reporter
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>> danielle: thanks, and it's definitely dry out there. we're stop and go. route 1 not a bad drive. compare it to 93 heading into boston, you're all red there. that's backed up to 495 actually. south of town, a couple issues to tell you about. we do have this accident in braintree. that's on route 3 northbound at union street. and this accident has the left lane blocked. so route 3 northbound, we're slow. we also have those two other accidents we've been keeping an eye on in brockton and foxborough. cleared. we're still dealing with a delay on 24 northbound of about eight minutes, but this faulk accident has cleared as well. but the delay there is about 20 minutes. so a couple issues south of town. though. let's get to your drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. the expressway, the split to the tunnel, a 26-minute ride into town on the pike. not too bad. there half an hour on 893 bridge. but the "t" looks good. back to you, guys.
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boston marathon bomber back in federal court today. dzhokhar tsarnaev's attorneys will urge a judge now to grant him a new trial. >> jadiann: and they're making a new argument this morning. 7's jennifer egan live for us with more on today's hearing. jen? >> jennifer: this will be the first time dzhokhar tsarnaev's lawyers will be back here at the federal courthouse for this case since june when tsarnaev was sentenced to death. tsarnaev himself will not be here. he's in prison at the supermax out in colorado. his lawyers will make their arguments to the same judge, though, who presided other the trial, judge george o'toole. they're asking for a new trial because of a recent supreme court ruling which they say applies to 15 of the charges tsarnaev was convicted of. the supreme court struck down part of a law that called for strictder penalties when a gun or bomb was used in a crime. tsarnaev's lawyers will make their arguments at a hearing set to begin at 10:00 a.m. also the issue of whether tsarnaev should be ordered to pay restitution to his victims is expected to be addressed today.
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jennifer egan, 7news "today in new england." ism and we're following breaking news. a u.s. marine from new bedford is found guilty of a deadly crime overseas. kris anderson joins us with more on this story. >> kris: jadiann, this information coming down overnight. lance corporal joseph pemberton convicted of homicide in the philippines. the new bedford native will serve up to 12 years in prison for killing a transgender woman. officials say he killed jennifer laude last year in a hotel room. pemberton was found guilty of strangling laude and dunking her head in a toilet. pemberton admitted he choked her, but he says he attempted to revive her. laude's death sparked protests and calls for u.s. troops the leave the philippines. laude's sister says she believes the sentence is not enough but she's happy pemberton will spend time behind bars. that's the latest live in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: two more weapons have been recovered in the worcester armory heist. agents recovered a stolen
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they say they found these pictures on a dorchester woman's cell phone. authorities arrested 26-year-old ashley bigsbee and say she initially told agents she knew nothing about the robbery. she's expected to appear in court coming up thursday. >> jadiann: now on just one station, it's one of new england's most notorious murder cases. eddie o'brien was just 15 years old when he was sentenced to friend's mother. now 20 years later, he's talking to 7's investigative reporter cheryl fiandaca. >> cheryl: eddie o'brien is 35-year-old man now, and he's spent more than half his life in prison. despite his conviction, he says he didn't kill janet downing. i spoke with o'brien inside the maximum-security prison in shirley. >> cheryl: did you kill janet downing? >> absolutely not. >> cheryl: o'brien has always maintained his innocence. the single mom stabbed more than
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her teenage son, who was o'brien's friend, found her body. o'brien became a suspect after police doubted his story he had been mugged the same night of the murder. so you're adamant you didn't kill janet downing? >> very adamant. and if you really look at the evidence, you'll see the truth. >> cheryl: what's the truth? >> the truth is that i didn't do anything. >> cheryl: that's all his lawyers will let him say about the case. the u.s. supreme court recently ruled it unconstitutional to sentence a juvenile to life without parole. that ruling could now make o'brien eligible for parole. >> i feel like i would never meet the requirements of being granted a parole. i would never go in front of that board and admit to something i didn't do. my past isn't pretty. years. if you try to remember that, it affects your future. so i don't even think about my past. i try not. to like i said, i live one day at a time. i don't look too far ahead. but i am hopeful. ly tell you that. >> cheryl: o'brien has a new team of lawyers working on an appeal for the first time in 15
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the downing family declined our request for an interview, but in the past they've said o'brien is guilty and should remain in prison for the rest of his life. in the newsroom. cheryl fiandaca. >> christa: happening today, the defense will begin its case in the philip chism murder trial. prosecutors rested yesterday after calling their final witness, and they also offered for the first time a motive in the which they claim was sexual in nature. >> jadiann: the chicago police officer charged with murder for the deadly shooting of a black teenager will be waking up at home this morning. jason van dyke was released on bond on monday, and prosecutors say van dyke shot 17-year-old laquan mcdonald 16 times during an understand debt in october 2014. officials released dash cam footage of the shooting last week. >> christa: changes could be on the way to the mbta to help close this growing budget gap that they're seeing. the panel that overseas the "t" suggests, among other things, getting rid of late-night service and making changes on
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service for disabled passengers. the proposal also calls for vacant positions not to be filled and accepting alcohol ads to bring in more money and longer-term steps include the potential of a fare hike next year. >> jadiann: tom brady vowing to get the pats back to their winning way, even with all of their injuries. 7's nicole oliverio live at gillette where they're working on a plan for the eagles on sunday without rob gronkowski, nicole? >> nicole: without gronk and without the four other players that brady used to be able to throw to for his offense. but there is some good news about the injury that rob gronkowski sustained. of course, fans across new england held their breath as they saw him being carted off the field this past sunday night. but the injury was not as bad as it looked. gronk has a strained right knee, an injury described as self-limiting by an nfl source, meaning when the pain subsides, the tight end will be good to go. so, of course, the patriots have been losing key offensive
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for the past month, among those hurt receiver danny amendola could be the first to return, and that could happen as soon as this sunday, but in the meantime, brady says he's preparing for philadelphia. >> i'm going to do everything i can to help our team. i'm going to study as hard as i can, as hard as i ever have to try to give our guys the best chance they can, especially guys that have had limited playing experience with, and by the time next sunday comes, hopefully i'll have a lot of confidence in everything that we're doing. >> nicole: and most of those players expected to be back for the start of the playoffs. we're live from gillette, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: the pats could also be without linebacker dante hightower for a few weeks. according to a report by nfl network, high tower is dealing with a sprained left knee. he suffered the injury during the second quarter of sunday
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and a day after he lost a costly fumble, the pats cut receiver chris harper. he muffed a punt in the fourth quarter which allowed denver to score a touchdown. harper played in just three games this season. >> jadiann: well, the baltimore ravens beat the cleveland browns in a game that featured an amazing finish. >> it is blocked. it is picked up by will hill. will hill runs down the sideline. will hill is going to win the game on a blocked field goal! unbelievable! >> jadiann: there it is. with the score tied, baltimore blocked the field goal and ran it back for the winning touchdown. ravens won 33-27. what a victory. >> christa: oh, i can imagine what things are like right now in cleveland. probably not so good. all right, j.r. how about forecast one last time. >> jeremy: cold right now. temperatures 20s and 30s. grab the rain gear. you'll need tunnel um late this afternoon and this evening with a few showers. chilly and raw this afternoon. low 40s this afternoon. >> christa: all right. stay tuned for the "today show." have a great first day of
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