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>> jennifer: terror in california. we're learning more about the husband and wife who police say opened fire killing 14 people as we get a look inside their home. >> anchor: also apackage addressed to the suspects turns up overnight shutting down a u. p. s. facility. >> jennifer: scary scene in boston, police detonate a suspicious package. what officials are saying about the man they believe put it there. >> anchor: aaron hernandez is in trouble again after a dangerous weapon was found inside of his jail cell. >> jennifer: good morning, i'm jennifer egan. >> i'm chris anderson. details of that and so much more. first we're talking weather and chris keeps saying mild. not this morning, it was chilly walking to get coffee. >> jennifer: crisp start. that is for sure. >> it's for christmas. >> it's sunny out there.
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>> mr. anderson, you were pumping out the coffee runs in -17 wind chill factors, it was a cool start compared to some of the mornings we've seen so far. 41 in boston. low 30s after being in the suburb. we do have wall-to-wall sunshine as we speak. the sunshine warmings up and relative. the average high is mid 40s at least 50 today and near 60 tomorrow. morning. offshore the city of boston; taking a look at that. waves running about 1-2 feet earlier with anise sun rise coming in over the waters there. mid 40s by 10:00. afternoon. again near 55-60 tomorrow. more on the forecast ahead. >> the breaking news from overnight in connection with investigation. a u. p. s. facility in san beradino had to be
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a driver making a quick decision when he realized that he was carrying a package going to the suspect's address. the driver turned around to return it to the distribution center. police brought in bomb ten nations who determined that it was safe. >> jennifer: the f.b.i. calling the shooting in san bernadino an act of terror. we're getting our first look attitash teen mallish, the female shooter who opened fire killing 14 people and injuring 21 more. she pledged her aleaningias to isis in a facebook book. >> investigators searching through the couple's garage they say was converted into a bomb making lab. inside the garage they found explosives, gun powder. >> jennifer: investigators want to know how these two became radicalized. it's clear this was an act of terrorism. >> the investigation has developed indications much
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killers, and much the potential inspiration by foreign terrorist organizations. >> reporter: this is the first picture of the female suspect malik and nbc news learned moments before she and her husband farook walked into a work holiday party and killed 14 people she posted an endorsement to isis on her facebook page. malik allegedly made the post on facebook then deleted it but investigators were able to recover it. the f.b.i. says malik was not in contact with any known terrorist. they believe the couple was likely self-radicalized. >> so far we've no indication these killers are part of an organized larger group or form part of a cell. there is no indication that they are part of a network. >> reporter: investigators are trying to determine if malik radicalized her husband or came to the u.s. with that intention. farook's family says she was a very private person. >> there is very little information we have about
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>> reporter: malik was borsch in pakistan, raised in saudi arabia and arrived in the u.s. on a fiance visa. the couple met on-line and got an official marriage license in san bernadino last year. farook's family said nothing seemed out of the ordinary. >> he was happy. they were a happy couple. >> reporter: the family's attorney says no one had any idea the couple was billing bombs in the garage or planning an attack from he used to go in the garage and work on things. >> he used to buy shoe racks shock. >> reporter: the couple spried computer hard drivers and cell phones briar to carrying out the mass shooting. >> we have retained and we continue to exploit the data from the cell phones. we do hope that the digital fingerprints that were left by these two individuals will take you can towards their motivation. >> reporter: the f.b.i. admits farook and malik were
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but at least one of them was in contact with someone who was the subject of an f.b.i. investigation. >> anchor: yesterday we got our first look inside of the homes where the two suspects lived. once the f.b.i. wrapped up its investigation, the landlord allowed cameras inside and even though any key evidence was taken away the home gives us a look into this couple's lives. ryan schulteis has more on the story. >> reporter: a media circus outside of the suspect's rental home. >> the landlord allowing journalists, even neighbors inside, it's where tashfeen malik and farook lived with their daughter and one much their mothers. >> one russ dents have the apartment and we're not in it we don't control it. >> reporter: it was a bizarre tour broadcast live on the cable news channel from as you can see the hard drive is gone. >> reporter: the f.b.i. took all evidence out of the two-floor town home but investigators left mind a
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baby clothes, toys and a crib. serving as a reminder of the baby left behind by her parents. >> if you look up here you can see where they smashed up into the ceiling to take a look to see what was up there. >> in the master bedroom several papers, credit cards and i.d.and a number of items indicating the couple's faith. >> you see a lot of signs of believing who believe in their faith referencing it. >> the sister of one of the killers is speaking out saying she can't believe that her brother would carry out a terrible time. kim khazei has the story. >> reporter: what have the last few days been like? >> reporter: bad dream. horrific nightmare. one that i want to go back to nye normal life. >> reporter: she couldn't believe it when she saw her brother on the news. >> new today, the f.b.i. said this is a terrorism investigation which means your brother and his wife are considered terrorists. can you wrap your head around that?
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not at all. i mean, i had no idea they were' involved in anything like that or they were' capable of doing something like that. >> chan described her brother as a quiet kid. her sister in law had only been in the u.s. two years and she didn't know her very well. >> did you suggest anything they could be radicalized? >> no, never. >> reporter: what was their relationship like with the baby? >> it was great. they were great parents. my brother used to play with her for hours. she used to enter as season as he laughed. she would smile every sim she would see her mother. >> reporter: she is trying to stay strong for her family. >> i wish i would cry about it. together. for my kids.
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>> reporter: kim khazei, news today in new england. >> jennifer: for the latest we'll send out breaking news alerts on whdh.com as well as on our 7 news mobil and tablet apps and we're also posting on facebook and twitter. >> anchor: we're following some more breaking news from overnight. at least six people are injured after a seer bombs goes off at a religious gathering in bangladesh. the attack comes after threats to the temple's priest there. the muslim majority country has seen a rise in violence in the past year. also breaking overnight emergency crews rushing to a scene in dorchester for reports of a pedestrian who was hit by a car. happened on the 300 block of neponset avenue. the victim was reportedly stuck under the vehicle for sometime until crews showed up. no word on the person's
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also this morning, scary moments in boston yesterday. suspicious suitcase was blown up by police. now officials believe they have the man responsible for leaving that suitcase where it was, here is brandon gunnoe. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: many bomb techs blew up a suspicious suitcase in the middle of the financial district. >> it was wild. again see that is unsettling for a lot of people, especially with the marathon. >> freaky to know that that happens right down from where you work. >> reporter: police say 50-year-old james derepentigny of lawrence dropped the suitcase by the rear tire of a homeland security vehicle in boston friday morning and could be seen leaving in a hurry. >> inside the cute case they -- suitcase they seen wires and a power source which drew their attention.
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later he was arrested in lawrence. by a single officer but won't say a word about why he did it. >> he said i'm not going to say anything without a lawyer. he was talking about the weather. >> reporter: the blast was controlled but it surprised everyone who heard it including live on the air. >> i -- oh, whoa. looks like they might have just blown up the suitcase. >> we heard, you know, the person yell "fire away." i was surprised to hear it on the 134th floor. >> reporter: brandon gunnoe, 7 news today in new england. >> to a story you saw first on 7, trouble behind bars for former patriot aaron hernandez after guards found a weapon in his cell. he is being moved to another part of the prison. cheryl fiandaca has details. >> reporter: sources say aaron hernandez is in a segregated unit at the correctional center in shirley. this after a shank was found in his cell. officials found the knife during a shakedown of his
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sources tell us it happened yesterday when correction officers were searching the block and the cells in the area where hernandez is housed. the officers found the knife hidden in his cell. hernandez was immediately taken out of general population and put into a segregated unit at the prison. the former new england patriot was convicted of killing odin lloyd, a semi profootball player and is serving a life sentence at the state's maximum security prison. he is awaiting trial on the 2012 double murder of two men in boston. it's not clear how long hernandez will remain in segregation. it's a separate unit of the prison where policers who are either in separate custody are housed. hernandez was removed from general population yesterday and put into segregation after a correction officer found a knife in his cell. we contacted the department of correction. a spokesperson there had no comment.
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>> police are searching this morning for a northeastern student who disappeared last week. students and school officials say that 21-year-old dennis najaroey hasn't been heard from since november 29 when he length of time shock with his parents. police are asking anyone with information on where he might be to call northeastern university police. school officials say he is known to wear an olive green jacket and a black baseball cap. >> coming up on today in new england the sox introducing their newest player in their hoping this ace can help them get back to their winning ways. >> we're heading to georgetown for class act. christa del camp surprising
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>> jennifer: red soxboro duesingth newest addis, david price is ready to roll. all eyes were on the latest sox star. he received a warm welcome from fans and the organization. >> we're hoping the price is right. right, now the countdown to spring train something officially on. here is trey daerr with more on david price's big deal. [applause] >> reporter: david price, officially a member of the red sox and quickly endearing himself to the boston faithful. >> i can start drinking dunkin'. i had some of that today. >> reporter: plies nows the coffee choice in boston and he knows expectations its fangless boston red sox are world champions.
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about the post-season. something he struggled with record of 2-7. >> i thinks was saving all my post-season wins for the red sox. i think you would enjoy. [applause] >> it was a situation when we talk about trying to uild a winning club i think it's extremely important to have a number one starter if you can. >> reporter: the sox have a big help to john farrell getting a clean bill of offseason. when you list the criteria you are looking to make a number one starter, he checks the boxes and the commitment he is in our uniform now. >> reporter: price is in the same uniform for david ortiz. >> as soon as he hid i knew it was there. run. >> going to be acting like a little girl. you never -- >> safe to say that is all in the past. >> big papi and myself we're both competitors. what he has done for this
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the game of baseball is extremely special. and i'm ready to be, you know one of his really good friends. >> reporter: trey daerr, 7 news today in new england. >> ahead at 8:30 a stolenman found after a decade long search. coming up we'll tell you where it turned up. >> christa del camp is heading into the classroom for class act where a prom wish is now becoming a reality. >> winter no where to be found on the seven-day forecast. plenty of 40es a and 50s and even close to 60 by sunday. details ahead. it's called a rigged economy, and this is how it works. most new wealth flows to the top 1%. it's a system held in place by corrupt politics where wall street banks
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>> okay. i saw you come in from your coffee run. >> you did. >> there is a lot out. there you were wearing a big puffy coat. like it was the middle of february. >> when the wind gets going, the temperature may read one thing but the wind makes a difference. >> it does. we're going to warm up. maybe -- >> you were sitting in a warm studio. >> i was. >> it's funny how relative things are. when it's 40 degrees and we're just entering the cold season, it's cold. when it was 40 degrees at the end of february into early march all of a sudden tee shirt weather before we do have a little bit of a breeze especially navigating through the buildings but 41 in town. frosty start in the suburbs, there is the breeze, 9 miles an hour in the city of boston. even lighter through the suburbs.
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we do have a lot of sunshine. we'll have the sunshine warm us up and the down beating down on the car will easily get rid of the frost over the next hour or so. taking a look to the north and west there, is a thin deck of low clouds. back into upstate new york. you can barely see it. you can see a little bit of a grayish shading to the north and west. also to the north. the cloud cover is not moving much. maybe once in a while this weekend we'll get a few patches of clouds to mix in with that sunshine. but it almost likes like i'm showing you a blanc map because forecast models indicates mainly clear skies. there is no green showing up so we're not expecting any rain any time soon. where do we see green? monday night into tuesday. coastal low develops. right now it looks likes the energy in the bulk of the low stays just to the southeast and east of us but i can't rule out a few of the showers trying to get in across eastern massachusetts on tuesday, mostly cloudy.
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overall. that ocean storm heading out to sea as we go into wednesday, maybe another spot shower or two blowing in on thursday, 52-56. no rain talk for today. mostly sunny. a milder afternoon with temperatures cracking the 50 degree mark as we do have the sunshine continuing to warm us up. back to the upper 20s in the cooler suburbs, should hold in the upper 30s in the city of boston. call it cool but in the all that cold. once we get the sunshine back in place tomorrow, temperatures reaching the mid 50s to even a few readings close to 60 in the afternoon. wind is out of the southwest at 6-12 miles an hour. nothing says december football weather at gillette like 60 degrees, right? kick off i think we're back to the upper 40s, 7 on 7 forecast featuring somewhat mild temperatures even through much of next week. >> anchor: always good weather for football. coming up here -- a school threat over in brockton. we'll tell you what led officials to arrest a high school student.
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a normal traffic stop but we'll show you what the driver tried to do in plain sight of an officer. >> anchor: this week we're surprising a student athlete doing big things on and off
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>> jennifer: it's time for this week's class act. we've been asking you to e-mail us about a student
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above and beyond, it can be academics, athletics or community. >> kris: this morning christa del camp headed to georgetown for this week's class act. >> reporter: we do a segment called class act. we honor students in our community all over the state of massachusetts who are doing amazing things. her name is maggie nelson. i was wondering if she could come to the front of the class. georgetown high senior maggie is going above and beyond to make sure students feel included at school. she is going to walk in the prom with her friend robert landle who has an intellectual disability. >> everyone said that it's nice but i went to prom last year, i had fun but senior year i want to make somebody else's senior year. maggie on the field -- robert is team manager. >> he picks up the cones.
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>> maggie makes robert feel included in being captain of the teams. >> the second rabbet came out -- each time he smiled. they both had anti-bullies shirts on and we took a picture of them the other day. >> reporter: many see maggie's warmth rubbing off on others. >> i look up to her, she is the best on the team. and she talks about robert every time he comes to the practice. >> reporter: at the start of the school year robert let a teacher know he would like to go to the prom and maggie didn't hesitate. >> i said i'll go with robert. i like robert. me and robert are friends so i would love to go with him. >> reporter: this week a simple act of friendship in a has the potential to last a lifetime. for class act i'm christa del camp, 7 news. >> kris: if you know a student between 6th and 12th grade doing something outstanding in school,
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go job line at whdh.com. >> jennifer: next on today in new england, a final farewell as a melrose native serving as a police officer in colorado is laid to rest. >> reporter: the weather feel more like halloween and it's not all that scary. we'll take a look at the weekend forecast ahead. >> kris: fadge tragedy in lynn after fire tears through a home.
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trying to figure out what went wrong after this home in lynn goes up in flames killing four people inside. >> jennifer: a high school student arrested, the they had offices say he made against a brockton school. >> kris: parent on high alert in cambridge after another threat is discovered, the latest in a string of alarming messages. >> announcer: this is 7 news today in new england. >> jennifer: thanks for joining us this saturday morning, i'm jennifer egan. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. >> jennifer: we have a pretty good weekend in store, if you have plans to to things outside. >> reporter: a lot of people have to hang the christmas lights, get the decorations out there. we've nice weather for this. a little snow sets the mood but after last winter most people are okay with holding off on the nation right now. cool start to the morning. mild afternoon and more sunshine than clouds throughout the weekend. 41 in the city of boston. the wind out of the west at
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light winds tate under 10 miles an hour, temperatures lower 30s after reaching the 20s last night and early this morning. a bit after frosty start. sunshine getting to work and that will warm us up and thaw us out quickly. low-mid 50s, tomorrow a nice december afternoon. not only today but again tomorrow afternoon. football out there at gillette tomorrow afternoon as well. we'll cool down quickly through the 40s during the does look good. >> 8:32 your time. here is a look at some of today's top stories. emergency crews rushing to the scene for reports of a pedestrian hit by a car. happened in the 30 block of neponset avenue. the victim was reportedly stuck under the vehicle for up. no word on the person's condition this morning. bomb squads blowing up a a suitcase in the financial district yesterday.
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the video. police say the suspicious package was placed by a homeland security vehicle by a man, 50-year-old james der pent they of lawrence, police say there is no indication this package was a bomb. suspect is charged with planting a hoax device. >> jennifer: investigators in lynn are trying to figure out what set off a fire that destroyed a home in lynn trapping and killing four people inside. elizabeth norieka has the latest on the dangerous scene. >> reporter: it didn't take long for the fast-moving flames to tear through this lynn home. you can see fire raging in cell phone video. intense heat and smoke made this a tough fire to fight. it was a tough one to escape. four people were trapped and never made it out. >> really good people. they were never got in trouble or anything. they were' really good people. >> reporter: the building was so heavily dammed even
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there was still danger. watch again during an interview part of the building collapses with crews below. kim and her family lived on the third floor and were home when the fire started. >> >> she could hear people calling for help. >> they need help. >> did you hear them? >> yes. i couldn't do anything. >> reporter: the family who moved here say it's about looking to the future and being grateful they made it out alive. >> we came here five years ago without nothing. now we have nothing again so i guess we are going to move on. >> reporter: elizabeth norieka, 7 news today in new england. >> in brockton a high school student there has been arrested after police say he threatened to attack the school. his classmates tipped off the school officials that led to his arrest. kimberly bookman has more on this alarming message.
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facebook, this post on a boston high school student's page. to all my friends, don't come to school tomorrow. me and my cousins are planning to plant three bombs and shoot up the school. you guys been warned. >> everybody got really scared. so some kids didn't come to school. >> reporter: this is one of several brockton high school students who spotted the warping. many took screen grabs -- >> i i sent it to my friends something did happen. >> reporter: a concerned parent and student shared information with students two days after it was initially posted and police launched an investigation. parents say they were alerted. >> i got it by a call by voice mail that i checked. they let us know that it was a threat out by social media. >> reporter: officers arrested a 15-year-old male student after uncovering the behind the post. not only was he responsible for the threat, but he
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site but rather than hacked into someone else's facebook page and posted it there. this mom says it sparked conversation about social media safety with her daughter. >> if you see something like this on social media, you should let me know or let some adult though these things are going on. you don't know if somebody is going to act on this. >> reporter: kimberly bookman,7 news today in new england. >> another threatening messages aimed at schools in cambridge has parents and students on high alert there. officials say someone sent an e-mail threatening mill schools in cambridge with gun violence. it's the third time this week some kind threat has been sent to cambridge schools or universities. parents are upset but they can't keep their kids out of school everyday. >> i think it's realty hard ta people keep making threats towards our kids, towards students. it's horrible. but i'm not going to keep my children home because someone is threatening to do something so i have to bring them. they have to go to school so i have to wring them. >> reporter: in a
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itself say they're taking the threats seriously and proceeding with caution. >> kris: a teenage on trial for murder. defendants taking the stand in phillipe chism's defense. psychiatrist richard dudley testifying on friday saying that chism is mentally ill and suffering from seekosis, a severe mental disorder. he showed little emotion in the courtroom during the cross examination process. he is accused of raping and murrerring coleen ritzer. footage shows him following the victim right before this crime. the case will continue monday morning. jurors could start deliberations by the middle of next week. >> a colorado officer with local ties laid to officer. garrett swasey was killed last week when a man opened fire at a planned parenthood in colorado springs. thousands of officers from across the country attended the funeral yesterday. the governor of colorado and swasey's wife spoke at the
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as a hero who went toward danger rather than running away. he was a camp pus place in until until springs. he graduated from melrose high school. two other people were killed in the shooting. nine others were injured. swasey leaves his wife and two young children. >> a famous map stolen from the boston public library has now been found after a decade long search. a map found this french map at a new york city antique shop. the shop owner says he bought it for more than the map is now back where it belongs in the boston public like rather. it'll be on display through the end of february. the fight against isis continues, russia's defense ministry releasing this video which shows strikes on terrorist targets in syria. the ministry says more than 1400 targets were hit. russia has stepped up attacks since isis claimed responsibility for shooting down a russian plane back in october. >> franc
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9 charles de gaulle over the syrian coast friday. british jets also started bombing isis targets this week. and germany is expected to expand its role in the fight as well. hollande declared war after the terror attacks in paris. >> reporter: belgium is asking for help. officials are trying to identify and location these two people who they say travelled with a key suspect in the terror attacks. the two men reportedly used fake i.d.'s at the austrian hungarian border. the names came up elsewhere in the pair's investigation. the suspects are at large and prosecutors say they may have ties to the other fugitive in this case be a defense lam -- abdeslam. >> the 73-year-old man was culled over for driving without his lights on and just as the officer says he
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with a warning the man took out a bottle of cocaine. >> are you kidding? you where to snort coke on the side of the road? >> no. what would possess you to do that with a police officer right behind you? i don't understand. >> i don't understand either. >> the man was arrested for drug charges. he tried to claim he was taking vitamins but later admitted it was cocaine. >> wow. small plane forced to make an unusual landing in palm springs, california. look at it coasting to the ground. officials say the plane was having trouble with its landing gear so the pilot had to safely conduct a belly landing. that's what they call it. fire crews were on the scene. they hosed the plane down. there were no reports of any injuries. >> jennifer: a boat crashes no a railway bridge in germany cutting it in half and damaging it beyond repair. officials say the new bridge will take years to build forcing passengers
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the netherlands to take a detour by bus. shipping is closed in the area of the river. police are investigating the cause of the accident. no one was hurt. >> kris: tragic story for one cat now has a happy ending. the story touched so many people. it helped this family save this cat's life. >> jennifer: then can the sox get back to their winning ways? they're hoping their newest pitcher can then them do that. >> in the bus the boss is coming back to boston. we'll tell you where you can get him live in concert.
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finches beautiful start to the day. it was a little chilly but the sun is out. it high pressure system warm things up, this is my sin tist lesson of the day, the sun warms things up. >> jennifer: i think you are right on that point. chris, we're talking possibly hitting 60 tomorrow.
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the sun warmings up, correct mr. anderson, an a.on the report card. usually somewhere in the range, we don't have know in the forecast, not measure snow. the next 7 had ever 10 days featuring above average temperatures for the most part. a little cooler on tuesday but that is the only day below average or close to averages coming in on the seven-day forecast. 41 in boston, upper 0's, lower 20s, a lot of the suburbs the sun beginning to warm us up. that sunshine taking these numbers from near 30 in the suburbs and replacing that with temperatures to the low to mid 50s this afternoon. you can see radar composite quiet here. throughout much of new england. there has been a thin deck of low clouds. they're staying put as we speak. so i don't expect a lot of that to work its way in but we can't rule out a few clouds mixed in with sunshine. maybe a few patchy clouds tomorrow morning to start things off. other than that i do expect mostly sunny skies to return for the afternoon.
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eastern half of country same old story, 40s and 50s throughout much of the northern half of the eastern half of the country here. i don't have any cold air coming in from the west. one thing i will watch for monday into tuesday is energy coming out of the rockies, moving through the roxys. going to move due east off the mid atlantic coastline. that will create a storm system that will develop. a coastal storm. close call but it's far enough to the south that will keep most of the moisture south of us, more clouds work on in on tuesday. but the bulk of the storm in terms of the heaviest rains south although i can't rule out a few showers sneaking in, that slides off to the east. another front could swing on through on thursday with a couple of showers, that should be about it. mostly sunny skies. milder afternoon today. temperatures lower to middle 50s this afternoon. then tonight back into the upper 20s in the cooler suburbs, upper 30s in the city of boston. if we have some clouds
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think it'll yield to some sunshine late morning into the afternoon. once we get that going if we have do have any clouds out there and once we get the sunshine back into the forecast we'll launch temperatures back to the mid 50s to near 60 degrees. mild weather continuing into monday. breezy and cooler on tuesday. the average high this time of year is 45 degrees. we're pretty much above it or close to it all of the next seven to ten days. >> thank you so much. have you ever seen something online and absolutely fallen in love with it immediately. a family did just that and it ended up saving a life. >> after the family heard after cat in need they travelled miles to make sure is it had a place to call home. >> i knew something spoke to me and said, i needed to take care of this cat, look. look at other new cast. >> reporter: a couple came across rocket's store on the internet. how a fisherman shot her,
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in a bellette glub she survived and had kittens but those pellets and her eyes had to be removed. >> within 48 hours she returned around and she felt so much better. and she started to play and eat more. >> the powells began sending donations for rockets' care. this cat? she needed someone to take care of her. >> reporter: staff at the shelter conducted several interviews to insure the powells could meet her special needs. this week . >> gran mah waited for this cat. >> they made a five-hour trip from their home to welcome their new addition. >> going homing with me. >> reporter: for the staff who spend six months nurses her back to health it's bittersweet. >> we're so attached to her, she stayed in the medical center with us and we talked to her everyday as we walked by and watch her start to
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and move around more so we'll miss her. >> congratulating rockette who is going home with her new family today. >> reporter: but this is why they do what they do. of, i promise. >> reporter: to give all loved. >> wonderful. happy. >> jennifer: the powell's granddaughter asking when she can visit her grandmother and it's a lot of care and a money. >> you are cat lady. >> i do. >> it touched your heart. >> it did. >> a lot of red sox fans are smiling at the newest member that is new on the team. >> hear his message to fan
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[ duck quacks, wolf howls and wind whistling ] [ electronic beeping ] but... the minx boot: tested tough in the pacific northwest.
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>> reporter: good morning to you. great day to be a red sox fan. boston failing to get the top lefty on the market one year ago in john lester, now team president dombroski won't be designed this time around. he gets his man in david price, a donified star atop
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david price introduced on friday. [applause] david price officially a member of the red sox and quickly endearing himself to the boston faithful. >> i can start drinking dunkins, i had some of that today. >> reporter: he knows the coffee choice in boston and knows the expectations of its fan base. it's all about the post-season. something he struggled with holding a career play-off record of 2-7. >> i think i was saving all of my post-season wins for the red sox. [applause] >> it was a situation when we talk about trying to build a ball club and a winning club, i think it's extremely important to have a number one starter if you can. >> reporter: sox have a true number one guy, a big help to john farrell getting a clean bill of health and an ace in the offseason. >> when you start to list the criteria that you are looking to build a number one starter he checks the boxes and unfortunately, the
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and ownership has made to this contract he is in our uniform now. >> reporter: price is in ortiz. -- run. little girl. >> reporter: safe to say that is all in the past. >> big papi and myself we're both competitors. i mean what he has done for this organization and for the game of baseball is extremely scial. and i'm ready to be one of his really good friends. >> reporter: on the patriots note after missing last four games with an unknown illness jamie collins is expected to return to the line-up sunday against philadelphia officially listed and questionable. gronk and edelman both ruled out for the game. that is it for sports. have a great day. >> jennifer: up next in the buzz the boss making his way back to the hub. when springstein and his e. street band will be rocking the garden.
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>> kris: breaking news, a u. p. s. facility had to be evacuated. a bomb squad called in to address a package addressed to one of the suspects in the san bernadino shooting. >> a suitcase scare in boston. a man in custody in connection to the case. >> prison problems for aaron hernandez, what guards found in his jail cell. >> the red sox welcoming their new ace pitcher to boston. >> announcer: this is 7 news today in new england. >> jennifer: good morning, everyone, i'm jennifer egan. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. first it's a saturday. we need to take a live look outside this saturday morning to show you what the weather is like, it's
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absolutely gorgeous day. >> jennifer: it is, let's head to chris lambert for a check of the week forecast. >> reporter: good morning, love seeing the sunshine glissening off the water in the city of boston. 39 degrees is the low temperature this morning. 24 in norwood. 27 bedford. what is you will a the mild air talk? frosty start but we're warming up. the sunshine getting to work up to 43 in boston but up to 40 in the suburbs, down in the mid 20s early this morning. it has been a nice bounce back. trend up throughout the morning into the early afternoon. you can see on the satellite and radar there is not much going on. we've had some low clouds back through northern maine down no upstate new york but none of that really bothering us as we go through the next couple of days here. heading out to pick out the perfect christmas tree maybe a light jacket, that should be about it. low mid 50s and look at tomorrow. close to 60. 55-60 will be the range. we'll see some mild air in
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cooler on tuesday. close call with an ocean storm. we'll talk more on that and the seven-day forecast. >> following breaking news in connection with the investigation. a u. p. s. facility in san evacuated. a driver made a quick decision when he realized he was carrying a package addressed to the terrorist suspects' home address. he returned it to the distribution center which was then evacuated. police brought in their bomb technicians to check that package out. the package was safe and say all actions were taken out of an abundance of caution. >> jennifer: the f.b.i. calling the shooting rampage a terror attack. investigators are trying to piece together to what led up to the massacre that left 14 people and injured 21 others. >> kris: the horrifying attack unfolding in a matter of minutes.
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details about the couple involved. they carried out the shoot, one of the suspects pledged allegeees. >> assize is confirming both supporters were supporters and praised them as martyrs. >> reporter: it's clear this was an act of ter r.i.m. >> the investigation so far has developed indications of radicalization by the killers, and of the potential inspiration by foreign terrorist organizations. >> reporter: this is the first picture of the female subject tashfeen malik, moments before she and her husband walked in a work holiday party and killed 14 people she posted an endorsement to isis on her facebook page. malik allegedly made the post under a different name then deleted it. but investigators were able to recover it. the f.b.i. says malik was not in contact with any known terrorists. they breach the couple was likely self-radicalized.
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indication these killers are part of an organized larger group or form part of a cell. there is no indication that thirst part of a network. >> reporter: investigators are trying to determine if malik radicalized her husband or came to the u.s. with that intention. farook's family says she was private person. >> reporter: malik was born in pakistan, raised in saudi arabia and only arrived in the u.s. on a fee appearsy visa opinion the couple met on-line, married in saudi arabia and got an official marriage license in san bernadino last year. farook's family said something nemmed out of the ordinary. >> they were happy couple. absolutely. >> reporter: the family's attorney say no one had any idea the couple was building bombs in their idea or planning on attack. >> he used to go to the garage and work. he used to buy shoe racks for his sister steph having her buy them.
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tried to cover their tracks destroying computer hard drives and cell phones. >> we've retained the cell phones and we do continue to exploit the data from the cell phones. we do hope that the digital fingerprints that were left by these two individuals will take us towards their motivation. >> jennifer: federal agent say at least one of the suspect had been in contact with someone he was at one time the subject of an f.b.i. investigation. no arrests have been made. but investigators are now trying to figure out if anyone assisted with the planning of this attack. >> kris: cameras getting an inside look at this couple's apartment. their home was opened up to the media giving america a life loof into their lives, we've more. >> reporter: a media circus outside the suspect's rental home. go for it. >> reporter: the landlord taking off the plywood allowing journalists, even
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around the suspect's home. it's where the couple lived with their six-month-old daughter and one of their mothers. the home no longer a crime scene. >> once the reaccidents have the apartment we don't control it. >> reporter: it was a biz ash tour broadcast live on the table news channel. >> the hard drive is again. >> reporter: the f.b.i. took all evidence out of the two floor town home but investigators left behind a number of items. amid the chaos baby clothes, toys and a crib serving as a reminder of the baby left behind. >> you can see where they smashed up into the ceiling there. >> reporter: in the master bedroom several paper e credit cards and i.d.'s. a new mexico of items faith. these being people who believed this their faith and referencing it. schulteis. >> the sister of one of the killers is sharing some details, kim khazei has
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to say. >> reporter: what have the last few days been like? >> bad team, horrific nightmare. one that i want to go back to my normal life. >> reporter: kirra couldn't believe it when she saw her brother on the news. >> >> reporter: the f.b.i. said this is a terrorism investigation which means your brother and his wife are considered terrorists. can you wrap your head around that? >> reporter: no, not at all i mean, i had no idea they were involved in anything like that or they were' like that. brother as a quiet kid. her sister in law had only been in the u.s. two years and she didn't know her very well. could suggest anything they >> reporter: what was their relationship like with >> it was great.
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her for hours. soon as he laughed. she would smile every sim she would see her mother. >> reporter: she is trying to stay strong for her family. >> i wish i would cry about it. but you have to keep it together. for my kids. for my daughter, for my mother. >> reporter: kim khazei, news today in new england. >> for the latest we'll send whdh.com as well as on our 7 news mobil and tablet apps and we're also posting on facebook and twitter. >> jennifer: breaking overnight emergency crews rushing to the scene in dorchester for a report of a pedestrian who was hit by a car. it happened in the 300 block of neponset avenue. the victim was reportedly stuck under the vehicle for up.
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condition this morning. also on 7, a suitcase blown up in the financial district. the suspicious package prompting a bomb squad response and now we have new video of the suspect police say placed the suitcase interest. he was arrested yesterday in lawrence. this scare in the city shutting down the financial district while the bomb squad destroyed the bag. boston. wow. >> reporter: bomb techs blew up a suspicious suitcase in the middle of the financial district. >> it was pretty wild. again see that is unsettling for a lot of people especially with the marathon. >> freaky to know that happens right down where you work. >> reporter: police say james der pitny dropped the sues case by the rear tire of a marked homeland security vehicle and could
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>> inside the suitcase they seen wires and a power source which drew their attention. >> reporter: five hours later he was arrested at gun point in lawrence by a single officer but won't say a word about why he said it. >> he said i'm not going to say anything without a lawyer and he didn't. he was talking about the weather. >> reporter: the blast was controlled but it surprised everyone who heard it including live on air. >> president >> reporter: think might have just blown up the suitcase. >> we heard, you know, the person yell "fire away." i was surprised to hear it on the 13th floor. >> reporter: brandon gunnoe, 7 news, today in new england. >> kris: a story you saw first on 7. trouble behind bars for aaron hernandez. guards saying that he had a makeshift knife in his jail cell. sources say hernandez is new in a segregated unit at the shirley prison. a shank that the knife was
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block. the unit he was moved to now is in a separate part of the prison. that is where prisoners who are a concern to the unpopulation are housed. hernandez is serving a life sentence at the state's maximum security prison for killing owed din lloyd and awaiting trial on the double murder of two men in boston. >> the man shot and killed outside a boston fenway bar is being laid to rest in mat pon. f. jephthe chery was outside whos on first when a gun fight broke out early thursday morning. this man you will see in a moment faced a judge thursday for his alleged involvement in the shooting. dominick carpenter-grady faces illegal gun charges weeks after probation ended for a separate gun conviction. he pleaded not guilty. police are searching for a northeastern student who went missing last week. school officials say 21-year-old dennis hasn't been heard from since november 29 when he last talked with his parents.
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with information on where he is to call northeastern university police. school officials say he is known to wear an olive green jacket and black baseball cap. >> kris: paying the right price, the red sox showing off their ace in hand as they get ready for the 2016 baseball season. >> reporter: almost feel like baseball weather, well close in the 50s, close to the numbers ahead. on the tip of your tongue with dunkin' donuts' holiday- cookie-flavored coffees. after 12:00 p.m., enjoy any medium latte or macchiato for $1.99.
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>> jennifer: the white house decking the halls, mrs. obama unveiled this year's decorations with military families on wednesday afternoon. the first lady brought in some of her favorite fashion designers to help decorate. more than 68,000 tour rifts expected to visit the white house over the holidays and there is certain, tons of beautiful stuff for them to see. snowmen. she has a team to help her. >> she does. >> jennifer: you are doing it by yourself. >> the boys and brook are windy and cole -- >> you have a good weekend for it. >> i'm ready to finish, if you say it's going to cooperate. >> we'll give you three full days of nice weather. that should get the job on. you told me it takes about three days to get everything going, that is how
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wind out of the west at 6 miles an hour, temperatures now in the upper 30s and lower 40s, wide range early this morning, close to 40 in boston but deep into the 20s in a lot of the suburbs. it was a frosty start. how about that wind? it was 6 miles an hour in boston, 8 bedford. 6 norwood. overall wind speeds today running 10 miles an hour or less. so if you are channeling your inner clark griswold and have to lait 25,000 twinkle rights you are o.k. caving claim of climbing the ladder but hope flu you get that done noise and safe. you do have a ton of sunshine. we'll hold on to the sunshine through the day. there have been some areas of low clouds across far northern new england but none of that seems to be pushing in towards southern new england. so i do expect more sunshine and clouds as we go through the weekend. maybe a few patchy clouds tomorrow especially in the morning hours. that should be about it. this is the forecast model
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it almost like like a blanc map showing you, there is not much going on weather wise, we do expect more sunshine than clouds and no precipitation across the area. one thing i'm watching for next week, track energy out of the rockies. this will work due east across the country go up the mid-atlantic and create a owe storm that will be close on tuesday but the brunt of the storm south of us although we could get a few showers in here on tuesday but the bulk of precipitation staying away. 52, 56. milder afternoon after a cool start. cool depend tonight. 27 the colder suburbs. a mild day. we get enough sunshine tomorrow, a little bit of a breeze, mid 50s to near 60 is in the forecast. lock at the tail gating upper 50s on average out there at gillette. cooler day on tuesday, low to mid 40s breezy. couple of showers around but the heaviest rains staying south. >> sounds like a plan. thank you so much. `coming up here on 7 news
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morning, scary moments when a student was arrested after a school threat in brockton. how his class mates were the ones who prevented a possible high school year. >> jennifer: the price is right. the red sox introduce their new ace, and the all-star pitcher says he is ready to roll. if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together,
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introducing their newest addition, david price is ready to roll. he took center stage for a park. price receiving a warm welcome even though he has had some on the field run ins with a player in the past. >> kris: this is the present so let by gones by by gones. the countdown to spring on. trey daerr has details of [applause] >> reporter: david price officially a member of the red sox and quickly endearing himself to the boston faithful. >> i can start drinking dunkins, i had some of that today. >> reporter: he already knows the coffee choice in boston. and he knows the expectations of its fan base. >> announcer: boston red sox are world champions. >> reporter: it's all about the post-season. something he struggled with holding a career play-off report of 2-7. >> i was saving all my post-season wins for the red sox. [laughter.] you would enjoy. [applause] >> it was a situation where when we talk about trying to
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winning club i think it's extremely important to have a number one starter if you can. >> reporter: the sox now have a true number one guy, a big help to john farrell. >> when you list the criteria that you are looking to build a number one starter, he checks the boxes and fortunately the commit. that the red sox and the ownership have made to the contract he is in our uniform now. >> reporter: price is in the same uniform as david ortiz, as for the previous run in -- great as soon as he hit it i saw it, nye it run. little girl. >> reporter: that is all in the past. >> big papi and myself we're both competitors. what he has done for this organization and the game of baseball is extremely special. and i'm ready to be one of his really good friends. >> reporter: trey daerr, 7 news today in new england.
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excited you wore your red sox red dress. >> jennifer: at 9:30 a search has come to an end in new york. a map stolen from boston back where it belongs. >> kris: finding a creative way to spread christmas cheer. this story is going to make you smile. what santa is doing to help
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from texas making a life time memory. she bumped into santa claus of all people during a trip to wal-mart. st. nick offduty but spreading christmas cheer. >> kris: santa surprise leaving this little girl smiling this season. kim khazei has more on this heart-warming story. >> i told him if he was santa and he said, yes. >> reporter: as you can see here the rest is history. airia and her mom were shopping at a store in santa caught her eye. >> i asked the little girl what she wanted for christmas. she was a good girl and she has an 8-year-old sister and i took the step that i had my cart and i put it in her basket. >> it made me so happy for her because we both really love sandy and my sister is the one that eats sweets. >> reporter: every year about this time he meets a lot of people who see jolly old saint knick in him but
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dressed in the red suit. >> how did you recognize him >> long beard. >> reporter: aria's mom says it was thankful to santafor for keeping the christmas spirit alive. >> there are so many bad things going on the sister-in-law act of kindness like that reassures you there is still good people and good thins out there. >> reporter: the guesture has quite the response on social media. more than 4600 shares. >> santa in general makes me happy all year round because i have something to look forward to. it's a part of my life. >> do you want to say anything to santa? >> yes. >> reporter: what do you want to say? >> thank you. >> reporter: i'm kim khazei, 7 news today in new england. >> jennifer: that was a special moment for her and him. >> kris: did you see the smile on his face. jets. next scary moments for a
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>> kris: symeon cowell's home was raided overnight. >> warming up well to the 50s, take a look at the weekend forecas i absolutely love my new york apartment, but the rent is outrageous.
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currents a high school student in brockton making school. >> jennifer: laid to rest as friends and family remember the police officer kale killed in an attack in colorado. >> kris: inferno in lynn claiming the lives of four firefighters continue searching for a cause. >> announcer: this is 7 news today in new england. >> kris: good morning to you, it's 9:32. i'm kris anderson. egan. >> reporter: it has a little way to go. upper 30s, lower 40s out there but it was a cold start. mid 20s in a lot of the suburbs, what you expect.
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temperatures warming up to the 50s with quite a bit of sunshine in place. the average high this time of year is 45 degrees. will be a good 6-8 degrees above that this afternoon with temperatures running into the lower to even a few middle 50s not out of the question. lower to middle 50s across the board. tomorrow even warmer as long as you get the sunshine back in place, here and i do expect more sunshine than clouds on your sunday. little bit of a breeze, we should be arm to warm up to the 50s if not close to 60 mid-week. close call with an ocean storm to the south but i don't have true arctic air in place, we'll talk more about the extended forecast coming up. >> jennifer: here are today's top stories. a u. p. 1. facility in san bernadino evacuated last night after a driver realized he was delivering a package to the home of the terror suspects. the driver brought the package back to the distribution center. police and bomb technicians rushed to the scene.
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be dangerous. bomb squads blowing up a suitcase in the financial district here in boston on friday. you can see the explosion in the video. police say the suspicious package wags placed by a homeland security vehicle by a man you will see. a 50-year-old man from lawrence. there is no indication the package was a dom. suspect is being charged with plentying a -- hoax device. >> kris: charges mates tipped off school offices, kimberly bookman with the latest on the story from brockton. >> reporter: found on facebook, this post on a boston high school student's page. to all my friends, don't come to school tomorrow. me and my cousins are planning to plant three bombs and shoot up the school. you guys been warned. >> everybody got really scared.
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>> reporter: this girl is one of several students who spotted the warning. many took screen grabs of what it said. >> i sent it to my friends so people would just be aware if something did happen. >> reporter: a concerned parent and student shared the information with administrators two days after it was initiallied and police launched an investigation. parents say they were alerted. >> i got it by a call by voice mail. they let us know that it was a threat out by social media. >> reporter: officers arrested a 15-year-old male student after uncovering the i. p. address and log in behind the post. they say not only was he responsible for the threat but he didn't put it on his own site but hacked into someone else's facebook paining and posted it -- page and posted it there. it sparked a conversation with her daughter. >> if you see something like this on social media let me know or let some adult know these things are going been douse you don't know if
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this. >> reporter: kimberly bookman, 7 news today in new england. >> jennifer: another threatening message aimed at schools in cambridge have parents and students on high alert. it's the third time this week some threat has been sent to schools in cambridge or universities there. parents say they can't keep their kids out of school everyday. >> i think it's horrible. it's really horrible people keep making threats that, to our kids. it's horrible. but i'm not going to keep my children home because someone is threatening to do something so i have to brick them to school. they have to go to school that i have to bring them. >> jennifer: in a statement cambridge schools caution. >> kris: an apartment billing goes up in flames in lynn. adding to the danger, firefighters leading with a series of -- this morning
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come forward to hip point the cause of the fire. elizabeth norieka with more from lynn. >> reporter: it didn't take long for the through this lynn home. you can see the fire raging invideo shot by a person living nearby. intense heat and smoke made this a tough fire to fight. sadly it was a tough one to escape. investigators say four people were trapped and never made it out. >> they were really good trouble. people. >> reporter: the building was so heavily damaged even after flames were out there was still danger. watch again in the background during an interview part of the building collapses with fire crews below. -- the woman and her family were home when the fire started. >> we couldn't believe and -- >> reporter: she says she could hear people calling for help. >> reporter: they need help.
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>> yes, we couldn't do anything. >> reporter: the family who moved here from puerto rico says it's about looking to the future being grateful they made it out alive. >> we came here with nothing again. now we're going to move on. >> reporter: elizabeth norieka, going to manufacture on. >> jennifer: a colorado officer with local ties is laid to rest. officer garrett swasey was killed last week when a man opened fire in colorado springs. thousands of officers attended the funeral yesterday. the governor of colorado and swasey's wife remembered swasey as a hero who went towards danger rather than running away. he was a campus police officers at the university of campus. swasey leaves behind his wife and two young children. >> kris: the hughest court in the state denying a request by parishoners in a
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the court is refusing to hear an appeal from a group of catholics parishioners found to be trespassing on a weight. the church was closed 11 years ago following a sex abuse scandal. the ruling says the parishoners can be forced to leave but they say they're going to keep trying to get that church back open. this is a story straight out of a movie. a famous map stolen from the boston public library has long search. a man found this french map at a new york antique shop. the shop was selling the map for almost $300,000. a lot of money. the map is back where it belongs. it will be on display there through the end of february. >> jennifer: following more news, x. factor judge samele cowell's home broken in friday. thieves entered his home and stole cash and jewelry. cowell his wife and son were home sleeping when the robbery happened. thieves got away before
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caitlin jenner is being sued by the family injured in a fatal traffic crash. a woman was killed after police say jenner rear ended her car and pushed it into oncoming traffic. investigators say jenner was travelling at an unsafe speed. the lawsuit states the family in the other car sustained serious injuries, jenner is also facing a separate lawsuit by the deceased family. >> kris: coming up scare in the sky when a plane is forced to make an unusual landing after facing a pretty big problem. >> cold start but warming up throughout the day. temperatures well above the average. take a look at the numbers
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>> kris: this afternoon won't feel like december but it was cold this morning starting off in the 20s in a lot of the suburbs. some trot out there on the lawns and wind child, 39 in the city of boston, not close to freezing in town. up to 43 in boston, bounceddifiesly back to the upper 30s and lower 40s across metro west. through many of the suburbs 40s across the cape and
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mild by december standards. west wind 6-8 miles an hour. so the breeze isn't all that strong. we'll have light winds as we go thought the day. and we'll keep quite a bit of sunshine in place as we well. there has been some low level cloud across northern maine back through upstate new york but none of that is drifting through the skies in toward southern new england. we'll hold on to mostly sunny skies. maybe some patches of clouds tomorrow morning, that should be about it. water are we tracking for early next week? not much going on here right now but there is energy across the rockies that's going to slingshot eastbound and go off to the mid atlantic that will create a coastal storm. as it appears this storm is just a little too far south and east to have a major impact. the bulk of the system staying south of us but it's close enough that we'll
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bit of a breeze out of the north-northeast as well as a few scattered showers as a possibility on tuesday before this storm system does slide off farther out to sea. went quiet. we could get another front with a couple of showers on thursday. mostly sunny skies this afternoon. none of the rain out there. low to mid 50s perfect if you have to pick out the christmas tree, getting decorations outside. you name it. going on. in terms of getting rid of some of the leafs. rush. 27-37 overnight tonight. coldest in the suburbs. 37 in boston, a mild day tomorrow, more sunshine than clouds, mid 50s even a few lower 60s as long as you hold on to quite a bit of sunshine. that does include foxboro, heads out there tailgating weather mid to upper 50's, by kickoff back to the upper 40s, by the end of the game down to the lower 40s cool down quickly once the sun sets out there. but what do you expect with december weather out there at gillette? 7 on 7 forecast, couple of
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the brunt of the storm staying south of us, a few more showers possible on thursday. >> jennifer: thank you, caught an camera a traffic stop in washington state takes an unexpected turn when police say a driver tried to ingest cocaine in front of the police officer. the 73-year-old man was pulled over for driving without his lights on. as the officer says he was going to let the man off with a warning, the man scoops out a bottle of cocaine. >> are you kidding? you are about to snort coke on the side of the road? >> no would possess you to do that on a traffic stop? >> i don't understand either. >> jennifer: the man was arrested for drug charges. he tried to claim he was taking vitamins but later admitted it was cocaine. >> kris: dramatic moments. watch this video, the small plane forced to make a dangerous and unusual landing in palm spring, california. officials say the plane was having landing gear problems so the problem had to conduct what they call a
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landing on the belly of the plane there. no landing gear. hire crews were -- fire crews were there to spray the plane down because sparks started flying. no reports of any injuries. nine lives. the tragic story that has a special cat. >> sweet story. "star wars" mania at an all-time high. how a popular theme park is cashing in on the force. it's the holidays. and of course, everyone wants to get online at once. to watch things. buy things. but slow internet makes it hard. that's why it's time to get fios. it has the fastest internet and wifi available. with speeds from 50 to 500 megs. and right now, you'll get 50 meg
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>> kris: adorable story, have you ever seen something love with you? a family did just that and it ended up saving a life. >> jennifer: after the family heard after cat in need they travelled miles to make sure it had a place to call home. >> something spoke to me and
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of this cat. honey look. look at our new cast. >> jennifer: a kansas couple came across rocket's story on the internet. how a fisherman found her beaten, shot several times with a pellet gunn. she had gittens but to fight her infections, the pellets and her eyes had to be removed. >> you could tell she felt so much better and started to play and eat more. >> reporter: the powells began sending donations for rocket's care and asked if they could give her a home. >> how could you not love this cat? she sneeded one to take care of her. >> reporter: staff conducted several interviews to ensure the powellles could meet her special needs. >> they made a five-hour trip from their home to welcome their new addition. >> going home with me. >> reporter: for the staff
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her back to health it is bittersweet. >> she has a good home. >> we're so attached. she stayed in the medical center with us and we talked to her everyday and watched her learn to play with her toys and move around more so we'll miss her. >> congratulates rock haute is going home with her new family today. >> reporter: this is why they do what they do. >> they will be taken care of, i promise. >> reporter: to give all creatures a place to be loved. >> wonderful. i mean it makes my heart happy. >> jennifer: very cute. the powells granddaughter is asking when she can visit grant mah and rocket. >> kris: next up in the buzz, the boss is coming back to town. the.
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they'll be playing at the ["the first noel" plays] from all of us at sanderson farms, we wish you and your family a merry christmas and happy holidays.
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>> jennifer: topping the buzz the boss is coming back to boston. >> kris: brass springstein and his e. street band set to play t. d.garden here on february 4. but if you can't make it to the show catch him on ""saturday night live"" december 19. he will be the musical guest jets. 'tis the season of giving for taylor swift.
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supporting a cause close to her heart. the seattle sevenny orchestra. the singer decided to donate $50,000 to the symphony. the money will go to music education programs. she recently gave $50,000 to new york public schools. >> kris: with "star wars" stan in full swing walt disney world is launching a new exhibit. they're getting in on the action unveiling the experience at the orlando theme park. it includes movie props, theme snacks and a chance to meet darth vader and other characters jennings let's get one last look at the weekend forecast. >> lots of sunshine there and milder temperatures compared. average high is 45 degrees, we'll be in the low to mddle 50s this afternoon. if that is not warm up in how about 55-60 degrees on sunday? mild monday. next chance of any showers
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think the brunt of the storm is staying offshore. so we may not see even much rain out of the system. a little breezy and cooler on tuesday. close to seasonal for this time of year. even as we get in to the end of next week and going to next week milder air continues throughout the next seven to ten days. >> thank you. that is our time for 7 news today in new england. thanks for watching, i'm jennifer egan. >> i'm kris anderson. don't forget go to whdh.com for all the top stories v a great saturday. see you right back here
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