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a home searched in california possibly linked to the gun in the trr attacks in san bernardino as president obama prepares to address the nation. >> terrorism on the forefront of the campaign trails a presidential hopefuls try to prove who is pest equipped to take on the threats. police investigating a trr incident that happened during a subway stop in britain.
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where missing remains turned up. good evening everyone, i'm jennifer eagan. >> first the calendar says december like. it is chilly out there, but chris it will get warmer. >> it is a cold start, it was cold start this morning, the one ning about december is you get long nights and you can still cool down at night and we dropped to the low 20s. heavy fog this morning and down to 36 in boston but give the sun a couple of hours to get to work and we bounce up a good 15 degrees already, to the midto upper 30s. these numbers will be more likely in the low to mid40s next hour. you can see the trend and quickly to the upside. and in the dealing with much fog, from boston out through worcester, mostly dense back
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valley through 91 from the new hampshire-vermont border to northern connecticut. i expect mostly sunny skies and temperatures this afternoon, midto upper 50s, a few towns close to 60. certainly mild for early december standards. great tailgating weather at gillette. one more real mild day tomorrow and a bit of a cool-down pid week. we'll talk more about that. thank you. yesterday police searched a riverside home they believed suspect. the fbi thinks the man who lived there may have purchased some of the weapons used in the attack that killed fourteen people and injured 21 others. the man who lives there is not being called a suspect. >> president obama announced a historic event that is planed, he will speak to the nation on the terror attacks and the possible links to isis. it is only the third time he has spoken on live television from
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this happening as isis applauds the attacks and investigators are saying it looks more and more like this was a case of self-radicallization. >> and the suspects family members say they never saw this coming. here's 7's victoria warren. >> reporter: this this bedroom community outside los angeles, neighbors say syed farook and tashfeen malik appeared to live an ordinary life. but in in their home were were signs they were plotting and planning a terrorist attack. now the militant group isis called the couple martyrs and followers but u.s. government sources say there is no evidence the attack was directed by a militant group. tashfeen malik pledged allegiance to isis before the massacre. reuters reported she she went time in her early years and went
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hotbed for extremist recruiting. m her family say there's was no signs she was involved with radical islamic groups. but some say u.s. officials are right to ask if she radicallized her husband. >> tashfeen malik selected a vulnerable but clean candidate to be her cohort in terrorism. often times with duos we have a primary actor to acity vaifts a more subservient person. he was born in chicago, a college graduate what good paying job in a restaurant inspector in san bernardino. friends say there was in way he was the mastermind. >> there is something political, this, he doesn't have done this. >> reporter: the shooters' home where they raised a six month old daughter was bomb making factory packed with explosives and ammunition and tools to
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killed by police in a shootout their deadly plot ending in the hands of an er doctor. >> this is something i of never forget. i will never conceive how those families are affected. >> reporter: the fourteen dead are mothers and fathers and sons and daughters. one hero, when gunfire rang out he gave his life to save denny's. she said johnson shielded her saying three words, i got you. her life a tribute to his and a has ker where there are still so many questions. victoria warren, 7 news today in new england. >> the president prepares to address the nation tonight the terror attacks in california is changing the talking points for candidates on the campaign trail. nick emmons has more. >> reporter: addressing the bern burn tragedy, president obama came as close as he has ever come to using the word radical islamic terror.
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two attackers were radicallized. >> reporter: the president cautioning that we need to know all the facts before laying the blames. republican presidential hopefuls accuse him of backing down on isis. >> it is radical and islamic terrorists. it is what it is. this is a war. rising and donald trump is leading the way positioning himself as the toughest on terror. >> that (bleep) will not happen think more. >> reporter: arguing for racial profiling and restoring patriot act and bringing back the water boarding a tactic the red cross called torture. he took a step further to target the families of the terrorist. >> we are seeing the evil of radical islamic terrorism here at home.
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>> someone, the pan,-- man, was born in the u.s., an american saturdays. >> reporter: and as of now the man they say they want to protect them is donald trump. >> you won't be be scared any more. [ applause ] they will be scared, you won't be scared. nick emmons, 7 news today in new england. >> kemic candidates are reacting to the attack in a different way. they say the u.s. needs to focus on stopping isis from spreading its message on-line rather than waging an all-out war abroad. following a developing story, british police say two people were stabbed in a train station in london, seriously injuring one. police arrested a man after using a stun gun to take him down. investigators say they are treating the stabbing as a trr incident. witnesses say the man was yelling about syria before he was taken into custody.
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what did you hear him say? >> this is for syria. and he ran around and he got to the top and said again, this is for syria. >> one victim has serious injuries and the other has minor injuries. we are following breaking news, police responding to a stabbing in east boston. look, you can see police combing the scene of the orient heights "t" stop in front of the red car. it happened at one this morning, victim has been teethed immediately in a fire house across the street. still no word on the person's condition or if police have any suspects this morning. a con condition man is in custody after he is accused of stealing opponents from a cemetery in worcester. investigators say the suspect told them he planned to use them in the pa of his religion. kelly o'hara has details. >> that is crazy. what would do such a thing?
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truly twisted. >> reporter: a hartford connecticut man hundred dollar bars accused of robbing graves. stealing the remains of five people. investigators told 7 news they got on the call to check out a home in hartford for skeletal remains. amador medina let them into his home and investigators found the miss regret mains. harlts forward police say he admitted to stealing them but seld he had good reason, his religion. >> a practicing santeria priest, a religion in some latino communities. rarely seen. the bones are the remains that were taken from the cemetery are used in this religion for me sis natural purposes. >> reporter: neighbors shocked by the arrest. >> oh my god, stuff like that. i never seen anything out of the ordinary. creepy.
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new england. a randolph man arrest forward misleading a police investigation into a bridge water homicide. a plymouth county d.a. says police arrested 30-year-old on friday. he originally told investigators he did not know the suspect of a bridge water murder case very well, phone records suggest otherwise. police say cell phone records show cruz called the suspect several times the day they found the body of a woman burned in bridge water. fernandez is still at large and a warrant is out for his arrest. the body was found near mbta train tracks, and it was in a comforter with her hands and feet bound by electrical cords. a shooting in south boston, heavy police presence on old colony avenue yesterday near columbia road. we have learned a man was shot and rushed to the hospital with serious injuries.
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case should call boston police. and a serious crash on 128 sends a car off the road. it happened in westwood. police say the driver lost control and slammed into the median, toe people were taken to the hospital, and the cause of investigation. >> still ahead, on 7 news today in new england, bank robbery leading to a dangerous situation in miami. we will tell what you led up to a deadly encounter that made police open fire. and holiday lights might be causing a problem. how christmas laterers are crewsing trouble in the sky. >> a local restaurant looking to keep its customers safe this holiday season. more on the sober rides they are
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>> jennifer: christmas lights causing problems in the skies. holiday lacers are meant to make decorating easier but officials with the faa say the great lights can distract pilots. >> you never think of that stuff, right. as nick emmons explains says changes could be in the works. >> reporter: they are supposed
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ladder or nails and in hammers but investigators with the faa say some of the laser christmas light displays are proving dangerous to pilots. >> something that most people don't think about. when they are putting up a display or anything like that. they don't realize that they might be causing a problem. >> reporter: retired pilot david kelly says he isn't surprised to hear what happened to an american airlines flight on friday night. their boeing 737 was vuk bay laser, and a dallas police helicopter traced it back to a home. intent is what is important and these people did not intend for this to happen. and if they had been told by the faa to shut it off and they don't, then that might border on violating a criminal law. otherwise, no, it's not. >> reporter: kelly says people
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make to make sure they are point ted house and not the sky. and those who are buying into the technology and are lightsing up without care... >> i would say they should stop immediately, they are endangering peoples lives and second of all endangering people's health and third, they themselves could wind up criminal prosecution. >> reporter: nick emmons, 7 news today in noug. >> jennifer: coming up, rare posters from hollywood past beneath a family's feet. >> also, mayor marty walsh enjoying the holiday season. how he spent his saturday night aboard a trooly. >> chris: feeling more like
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>> jennifer: a parade of ear must haves in maine yesterday. the 39th annual ear must have parade honors its inventeddor chester greenwood in his hometown of farmington maine. he invented them about 142 years ago when he was just 15. >> to you have them?
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i need the whole head. holiday cheer is around the city and post-mayor marty walsh joined in riding a trolley in jamaica plain. the trolleys were decorated for the holidays. and the mayor stopped by mission hill as well you did not need ear must haves today. and it was a fate day for the mayor to take the trolley ride. look at the sunshine. a day full of sunshine chris and takes are headed up? >> chris: that i'm about to say right now, close your ears. no snow in the next ten takes, mild air, midpattern will continue as the really the beat bows on here, el nino flexing its muscle and a warm start to december and that will continue for the next continue days. it was cold this morning, down to the 20s, and freezing fog out
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driveways this morning, but we recover quite nicely as we go throughout the day to this afternoon. winds at 5-10 miles an hour. and that is a southwesterly breeze, that direction a warm direction, visibility, a little haze still out there in the sky but overall good from boston up to worcester. dense fog, still, connecticut river valley you can see that vo up in northern connecticut back through the i-91 french to new hampshire and vermont border on the border. if you look real close you can see that low level gray and white shading that is local dense freezing fog there. a little rt farther east and not many issues with it now. energy working in the midwest, that will translate off the midatlantic coastline and spark an ocean torm monday night to tuesday and the brunt of the storm is offshore. too far to the south and east of nantucket to drag in moisture in
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and islands and back through buzzard's pay but expecting mainly dry conditions for a lot of us on tuesday and on wednesday, we will be dry and thursday another shot of showers. what about long-range, 7-8 days out, still mild. a huge area of high pressure blacking any storm track and systems to the west of us and that will bring in another southerly flow next weekend. so i do expect mild temperatures again, next weekend. pacific tease, perhaps close to sunday. a long way out but i don't see a whole lot of change. 55-60 this afternoon, so we recover nicely as temperatures continue to climb, great tailgating weather, kickoff in the lower five tease falling back at the time low 40s by the time the game wraps up. sunny to partly cloudy, tomorrow mild, 50s.
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mostly cloudy skies. spot shower or two on thursday thank you. still ahead a nativity scene is back up for this holiday season, after there was a disturbing year. >> jennifer: and patriots looking to get back to their winning ways as they look to soar past the eagles. >> a quinnity restaurant helping to keep you safe this holiday season. where you can go if you need a
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tv >> kris: a popular quincy restaurant is giveing back this holiday season. bartenders serving up cocktails that come with free celebrater rides. >> jennifer: a plan to keep drunk drivers off the road. >> reporter: one local restaurant serving up a safe ride home to customers who think they have had too much to drink. >> call a cab. >> reporter: they will pick up the cost, too. alba in quinnity, uber or taxi is on them in december. >> we want to make sure that people come and enjoy and have a good time and get home safe. swroo drunk driving is a serious problem in norfolk county, one
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accident and 50 to 60% involves someone under the influence of alcohol or drugs. >> business should flourish but we want people to get home safe. swroo the d.a.'s office encourages others to take part in the program they are running. >> we had some of the establishments to give you a recoke or water or soft drink. >> reporter: at abla they are taking the extra step and they say they will do it through new year's eve. >> i think a lot of people come with their own drivers now, but if they don't it is a great option. >> please come to us, we want to do it. >> reporter: that one restaurant is going above and beyond. >> kris: be smart, fur drinking be smart and have a plan. so much more ahead in the next
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england, including a fire in gloucester after witnesses say they heard an explosion. >> chris: temperatures are warming up nicely, low to mid50s yesterday. more from california as the terror investigation continues. fbi searching a home they he think may be owned by someone
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>> jennifer: a california home searched by the fbi after officials find a possible link between the person who lives there and weapons used in the terror attack. >> kris: witnesses say there was an explosion in gloucester before flames broke out. >> jennifer: and officers responding to a bank robbery open fire. this is 7 newstoday in new england. >> jennifer: welcome ook, i'm jennifer eagan. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. crisis yes, golf this afternoon? why not, days are shorter but plenty of mild air in place. temperatures low to mid50s, low
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four 2 and wind from the southwest at 8. heavy frost this morning, outside the city, for much of metro west and the reason for that, enough low level moisture in place, freezing fog, there on the supercool water droplets start to make contact on the surface and you can get patchy black ice. that problem fading away as temperatures bev freezing. 48 in provincetown and 43 in hyannis and powerity to worcester. satellite and radar nice and quiet and locally dense fog in western mass. picking out a christmas tree? great day for it. >> jennifer: a con condition man bones from a cemetery in worcester. police in hartford made the discovery on friday. the suspect admitted to stealing the remains and he says he used them in the practice of his religion. he say he is a practicing
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a shooting in southie, a heavy police presence yesterday near columbia road. one man was shot and rushed to the hospital with serious injuries. >> kris: isis is praising the attack this southern california. this as the fbi searched the home of a man who they believe is the one who purchased the guns used in the attack. the president is also gearing up to address the nation later tonight. as the memorial grows outside the regional medical center so does the terror investigation in san bernardino. early on saturday federal agents raided this home where a friend of syed farook lived. he purchased two assault rifling used in the attack. authorities say he is in the a suspect in the mass shooting but want to know when and why the weapons were transfered to syed farook and his wife, tashfeen malik. >> an urban tactical weapon they used for terrorist attacks.
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supporters and hailed them as martyrs. but stopped short of claiming responsibility for the terrorist attack. >> they are urging people to act, often as lone wolf actors. >> reporter: president obama will address the nation from his oval office and he will discuss the situation in california and the broader threat to terrorism and how it has evolved and how the u.s. will defeat it. president obama address will take lace at 8:00 tonight. >> jennifer: fire crews battle fierce flames in gloucester. witnesses say there was an explosion that caused the fire. no one lived in the house and no one was inside at the time. crews think the explosion was propane related.
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have hydrants this far up, and there were apparatus involved to shot ul water up here. a very manpower and equipment intensive fire, even though it is a small house, due to the location and water supply. >> jennifer: no one was hurt during the explosion or fire, the cause remains under investigation. >> kris: police searching for suspects after a shooting in amador medina a woman is expected to be okay. the shooting happened on columbia road and police are trying to figure out what happened here. and an-alarming sign in brighton a two-year-old taken to the hospital after being found alone in a motel parking lot. police say they were getting reports a little girl fell out of a window. we are told that girl was not hurt. police are still looking for the student we are about to show you. look at the screen, from
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name is dennis, he was last heard from november 29th. if you know anything about where he might be police are asking that you contact him. >> jennifer: a sign is returned to his rightful place in haverhill. say yet heart church unveiled a newly constructed nativity scene and spent a year rebuilding it. after it was vandalized. police say a woman stole one of the figureines and put a pig's head in its place on christmas day last year. churchgoers say the new nativity scene has helped them get over what happened. >> it is beautiful. touching. something that is brand new a new tradition for the church and for all the parishioners here. and something good, to go forward with. >> jennifer: the church say there's will will be authorize protection around that nativity scene. >> kris: in south florida a man
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neighboring barbershop to grab a raiseor and police officers say they were foesed on open fire. we have latest from miami. >> reporter: this video clip posted to session media, the dead low encounter caught on camera by witnesses. >> to the police, he looked erratic. >> reporter: miami police say they caught up with this man after he tried to rob a pang of america on alton road. the nirl 911 call was made before 10:30 am about the holdup. the subject went into the bank handed over a note saying he had a bomb and he was robbing a bank. >> reporter: authorities say he threatened to shoot a customer and look, the fbi took a picture of the note left behind. it starts with give me all your 50s and hundreds and between's please but he left without think cash and went into the barbershop as police closed in
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>> he was panging on the glass and yelling and gesturing to the cop to come forward. breaking thins. >> reporter: arm wad straight edged razor that you can see in this picture, you can't hear what he is saying but you can see there is a verbal exchange with officers. and we will stop the video here as it becomes too graphic one officer firing his weapon. >> i heard two loud bang-bangs and i saw the man go down. >> you will see that the weapon is raised at the moment at which the shot takes place. >> kris: that shooting is under investigation. jennifer jif happening today a highly anticipated concert will take place this paris. u2 will broadcast the concert on hbo monday night. he will share the stage with an american bands whose last
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site of a terror attack. >> kris: morgan freeman said he was en-route to texas when a plane's tire blew up while taking off. he is from mississippi. the pilot managed to land the plane safely and the actor and his pilot were not injured during that emergency situation. >> jennifer: a discovery of a spanish ship that sank in 1708 that may carry the world's largest sunken treasure. the san jose was fleeing english warships and the last ship and its sunken cargo is the subject of a decades-long legal fight between their government and a seattle salvage firm. there could be a billion dollar worth of treasure. >> kris: cool. still ahead, you know it is cool, patriots will be back on the field today trying to shake off the first loss of the
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the defeat to the broncos last week, they are focused but the eagles' defense, will it be any match for td 12 and company. >> jennifer: and spurs and celts battling it out on at the garden last night. >> kris: rare movie posters found under their feet. explain how that happened coming
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now time to 7 sports with trey daerr. >> david price may be the richest athlete in boston but far from the most polarizing. that honor would go to tom brady who will earn his paycheck if the pats keep winning in light of major injuries. new england down some weapons but with the likely advantage going up against the eagles' defense. philly surrendering ten passing touchdowns the last two games, and if you think bill belichick mentioned to this to his offense, you better think again. >> we vice president seen that-- we haven't seen that. we see the turnovers these guys making plays perform defensive line led by koch. we haven't seen that.
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celtics down as many as 17 in san antonio. under a minute to go, thomas, the lay-in, getting boston within three. a two-points game. toms a kicking out david bradley. three in the corner, no dice for the celts. boston falling in this one 108-105. we will have full coverage on sports practice following sunday night football. that is it for sports. have a great day. >> kris: rare find in an unusual lace for a family. joych >> jennifer: and it was hidden away for decades. >> chris: a beautiful afternoon, temperatures in the low to mid50s.
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kris anderson there that is haze that you were talking about this morning. >> jennifer: sun heighting holiday season.
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right. >> kris: we have someone who knows. is she right? >> chris: low level moisture in place >> cooling overnight. down close to the surface and above allowing for the haze and patchy fog. we started off in the low between tease, heavy thick frost in some suburbs and to midto upper 30s. winds from the southwest. that southwest direction, a warm direction for us. locally dense fog along connecticut river, back through the new hampshire-vermont border and down 91 and through connecticut. but keep that in mind if you have travel plans in the next hour or two, a little time to get the visibility to improve out that way. but from worcester east to the cape no issues.
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mostly sunny and look at the numbers this afternoon, 55 to 60, wide range, you get the long overnights and yes it can get cold at night and early in the morning but thanks to the warm air mass in place, you break out of the cold pattern and you are up in the morning. look at the gillette, you haver 50s this afternoon, kick about 52 and after 3:00, game over. it does cool off fairly quickly once the sunsets and back to the 20s in the coldest suburbs late overnight tonight. and patchy frost tomorrow morning. and above freezing in boston and partly cloudy skies tomorrow, a mild day, midto upper 50s and numbers start to slide late in date and at night adds cooler air starts to work on in. this afternoon coolest in the eastern two thirds of the country and this is the cooler air that will work this for a
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it to be mainly rain-free on tuesday, and reason for that is this energy, crossing iowa that translates off the midatlantic coastline and progression of things, too far to the east versus the north to bring us the substantial rain on tuesday. there may be showers throughout the cape and islands and buzzard's bay and more of allowed producer than anything else. mild weather again ending next week to next weekend and i don't see us getting out of the mild pattern over the next 7, 8 days in southern new england. a couple of showers possible on thursday, there you go, 55 by next saturday, perhaps near 60 by next sunday. >> we are getting spoiled by the weather. >> i hope we don't pay for it in february. >> kris: you can expect to find unexpected things in an old home. they pop up sometimes. >> jennifer: the unexpected find were rare hollywood movie
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and 30s and they were quite late rally resting under their feet. >> reporter: after 38 years of renovatesing homes... >> i find things. >> reporter: his favorite is usually the old papers. this is right after world war 2. >> reporter: it used to be common to put newspaper under flooring. >> some people think it was to keep down crafts. >> reporter: these are his most memorable find safely secured in an auction house. >> these posters are one of a kind never before seen pieces of hollywood history. swroo 17 rare golden age posters look stars like clark gable and jean harlow, and were worth $240,000. this tarzan poster could sell for 8 have grand. robert was out of town. whatever he gets from the
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is it enough to ride off in to the sunset? >> i can't do this type of work think more. i want to open a restaurant. this allows me to reinvent myself. >> jennifer: it turns out the posters sold for a total of $219,000,, and i think it would be awesome to look at them. >> kris: i'm going to check under my floors. a big announcement for kim and connia. after the birth of baby number two. and have you seen the photos adorable princess charlotte. now the designer behind her pint
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tv >> jennifer: the kardashian family is growing. >> kris: kim and kanye announcing the birth of their second child. it's a boy. they say they won't name their son after a direction. the couple of course has two-year-old daughter whose name is north. >> jennifer: the designer behind this adorable photo shoot revealed it is a $32,000 dress made bay tiny spanish boutique brand. the designer said seeing charlotte in one of her dresses felt like winning the lottery but only 22 other dresses can be made in the fabric because the store is now out of stock. >> kris: posting on social media for the first time since taking
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depression in october. this is a twitter picture of his new haircut. she gave birth hershberger daughter last december. >> i why to correct something. that dress is only $32, not $32,000. i misread that. harrison ford, the actor spilled the beans about a major fight scene in the movie during a session with fans on try but don't worry, we will not repeat what he said. "star wars" the force awake ens comes out on december 18. >> kris: do you think think one who was going to see would say, more. harrison ruined it. >> jennifer: no. president obama gearing up to address the nation. >> kris: a developing story from london with police are
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>> jennifer: president obama addressing the nation tonight. >> kris: another terror attack in london where police are on high alert after a stabbing happened in a train station.
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friend a worcester cemetery wound up in an apartment. >> kris: the patriots fly in foxboro after a loss to the broncos last week. hopefully pats can recover. this is 7 news today in new england. >> kris: it is after 10:00, thank you for joining us, i'm kris anderson. >> jennifer: i'm jennifer eagan. let's take a live look on sunday morning, a check of the forecast from meteorologist chris lambert. haze over the city there in >> chris: solar glare there and you can see sun glistening off the buildings in the background. patchy freezing fog and heavy frost out there. look at the numbers, just about three hours ago, deep in the 20s, 20, 22 in bet forward for the lows this morning. three hours later the sunshine getting to work, and we have
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about 7:00 this morning to 10:00. 53 on nantucket and the vineyard. temperatures continuing to rise, in to the 50s, to near 60 this afternoon. under mainly sunny sky. and 57 in the city of boston. near 60 a few towns in saturday eastern mass, and bottom line another mild day. the forecast ahead. >> kris: president obama is preparing for a historic address california. the president plans to speak to the nation later tonight. >> jennifer: he's expected to speak out against this terror attack that may have ties to isis. the mass shooting unfolded in a matter of minutes and left fourteen dead and 21 others injured. >> kris: we are learn morgue about the attacker's paftd and their dark ties to isis. this will mark only the third time the president will speak to the nation live from the oval office. >> jennifer: isis is a plaurding
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california. victoria warren has the latest. >> reporter: in this bedroom community neighbors say syed farook and tashfeen malik appear to live an ordinary life but in their home there were sign these were plotting and planning the terrorist attack. >> several down. >> reporter: and the militant group isis praised the attacks and called them martyrs and followers but u.s. government sources say there is no evidence the attack was directed by a militant group. she pledged allegiance to isis before the massacre. reuters said they spent time in the province in her early years and went to university there, recruiting. she had two brothers and two sisters and spent time in saudi arabia but her family say there's were in signs she was involved in radical groups. some experts say u.s. officials are right to ask if she
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>> i think tashfeen malik selected a vulnerable and clean candidate to be her cohort in terrorism. with duos we have a bring passenger actor who manipulates a vulmerable person. >> reporter: tashfeen malik married syed farook after meeting in saudi arabia. he was born in chicago a college graduate with a good paying job as a restaurant inspector in san bernardino. presents say there was no way he was the mastermind. >> this is something political, he con have done this. >> reporter: the shooter's home, where they raised a daughter was a bomb making factory, packed with explosives and ammunition and tools to build ied's. killed by police in a shootout their deadly plot ended in the hands of an er doctor. >> i will never fully conceive how the families were affected.
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are mothers and fathers and sons and daughters. shannon johnson died a hero. he gave his life to save denny's. from the hospital, she says he shielded her saying three words: i got you. tonight her life attribute to his, in a massacre where there are still so many questions. victoria warren, 7 news today in new england. >> jennifer: the fbi investigating a home in riverside, california. they believe there is a connection to the shooting nep say it belongs to a friend of the suspected shooter syed farook. the fbi says they believe he may have purchased some of the weapons help used >> kris: a developing story for you, london police now say that only two people were stabbed in an toke last night. police did arrest one man after using a stun gun to take him down. investigators say they are treating the stabbing now as a terror incident. witnesses say the man was
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was taken into custody. >> he came out in handcuff what is did you hear him say? >> this is for syria. and then as soon as he got to the top, he said this is for syria. >> kris: one of the victims had serious injuries and the other suffered minor injuries. >> jennifer: a shooting in south boston. police confirmed one man was shot last night, this was the scene at the intersection of old colony avenue and columbia road. the man was taken to boston medical center with life threatening injuries. right now no word on any arrests in this case. and breaking overnight, police responding to a stabbing in east boston. you can see here, combing the scene at the orient heights "t" stop. the victim was treated immediately, at a fire house across the street. still no word on that person's condition or if police have any suspects.
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custody accused of stealing remains of five bodies from a cemetery in worcester. police in hartford made this discovery and investigators say the suspect had a pretty bizarre reason for taking them. kelly o'hara reports from the chilling details. >> that's crazy. what would do such a thing? truly twisted. >> reporter: a man behind bars a cussed of robbing graves at the cemetery, stealing he remains of five people. >> makes me think of frankenstein. >> reporter: the police got the call on check out a call in hartford, and police a rivered amador medina let them into the homes where they found the remains.he even admitted to stealing them but said he had good reason. >> he is a practicing san forria priest, religion in some latinos
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it is rarely seen. the remains that were taken from the cemetery are used for medicinal purposes. >> the people that do stuff like that. i have never seen anything out of the ordinary. creepy. >> reporter: kelly o'hara, 7 news today in new england. >> jennifer: a randolph man under arrest for misleading police during in murder investigation in bridgewater. he was arrested on friday. police found the burned body much a woman from new jersey on november third. crews originally told investigators he did not know the suspect wanted this connection with her murder but police say phone records would suggest otherwise. investigators say cell phone records show he called the murder suspect several times in the days before they found the body. fernandez is at large.
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with her hands and feet bound by trickal cords in november. >> kris: a controversial coverup in chicago. police reports have been released, dash-cam video shows a teen walking away from police, before he was shot sixteen times by police officer. reports claim he swung that knife at officers and was still trying to get up after falling to the ground. the officer has been charged with first degree murder in that case. protests continuing in chicago saturday, rainbow push coalition calling for changes in the police department, a chicago police superintendent has already resigned and the protesters say more needs to be done. chicago's mayor admitted now to the city's problem with police brutality and says he accepts responsibility. >> jennifer: a popular band
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play in par is in a concert that will be broadcast all over the world. >> kris: and patriots hoping to bounce back after last week's loss to the broncos. >> chris: how long this mild weather will last, next in the
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who's ready for football? patriots are gearing up for the showdown at home. eagles are nyeing in to foxboro. new england looking to rebound after that tough loss in ot in denver last weekend. some of the team's biggest stars are still continuing recovering from the injuries. new england is set to try to avoid back-to-back defeats for the first time since 2012. that was the last time they last two straight. tough year for the eagles, kickoff is at 4:25. >> when you bought tickets for a december game, you were wondering what will the weather be like.
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>> kris: for december, spectacular? >> chris: you don't get better than this, near 60 this afternoon. a cold start but we are warming up nicely. and you can get anything in gillette in december, we had snow in october out there in gillette. very changeable pattern, in place across new england this time of year. pour 5 in boston, 49 in hyannis and 53 in the vineyard. i don't see a lot of changes in the 7-day forecast in terms of going from a relatively mild air mass to much colder pattern. you know, near seasonal levels at times throughout the week and buns back to the mild side. 45, we'll have that a couple of days this upcoming week. a last sunshine in place, some of the freezing fog and patchy fog that we had continues to melt away. more clouds off to the north of us, these clouds will continue to slide across northern new england as we go through much of
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i expect temperatures to continue to rise into the 50s to near 60 as we go through the afternoon. even to early this evening, not all that cold but it does start to cool off fairly quickly. looking at the forecast for today, 55 to 60, may be pushing it a lot of us midto upper 50s and partly cloudy skies tonight, cool night, another frosty night in the suburbs early, a cool start, should be about 39 in the city of boston. and dole nor mild air, midday to the afternoon, and midto upper five tease and late in the afternoon once the winds turn more from the northwest, a front that will cross us, no rain that talk about with the front and not much in the way of cluck, and it will issue in cooledder air. a spin through iowa, that is the area of low pressure, or the wave of energy that we will translate to an ocean storm on tuesday. this storm staying far enough
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rain or wind from it. for clouds on tuesday and a couple of showers in northeastern mass. but i don't expect a lot out of it. in the pattern, the storm track to the west of us and another storm goes back in the great lakes and up to southern canada, we are on the dry side, far enough to the east and mild side of things because we get back to the southwest flow next saturday to sunday, and there you go. briefly go to midlevels and back to the midside. >> jennifer: coming up, this holiday season, bartenders in a popular quincy restaurant serving up sob are rides. >> kris: ushering in the holiday season. local leaders expected to be on
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this is violet. she's been waiting for this moment for awhile. a moment other kids wouldn't think twice about. her first bowl of cheerios. because now that cheerios are gluten free, violet, and many others
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bowl today. >> kris: a popular quincy restaurant deciding to help keep their customers safe during the how? twist. they come with tree sober rides. >> jennifer: part of a land to keep drunk drivers off the road. one local restaurant serving up a safe ride home to customers
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to drink. uber. >> reporter: and they will pick up the cost too,. alba in quincy, the uber or taxi is on them in december. >> we want to make sure the customers here enjoy and have a good time with friends and about >> jennifer: drunk driving is a serious problem in forfolk county, one person a week dies in a car accident and the d.a. says 60 to 70% are people under the influence of alcohol or drugs. the d.a.'s office encourages other bars and restaurants to take part in the program they are running. >> trying to encourage some of the restaurants and liquor establishments to take a card that we have printed up that says designated driver and get them to give you free water or a soft drink. jackpot jackpot at alba say they
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busiest days of the year, new year's eve. >> a lot of people come with their own drivers but if they don't it is a great option. >> we are the staff and we want to do it. >> jennifer: u.s. centers for disease control reports that almost 30 people in the u.s. die from alcohol related accidents each day. >> kris: returning to its rightful place in haverhill a church bringing the holiday season pack after a disturbing crime last year threatened to ruin it. the search unveiled its newly constructed thattivity scene on saturday. they spent a year rebuilding it after someone van callized it last year. police say a woman stole a figureine and put a pig's head in its place on christmas day last year. church gores say this has helped them get off what happened last year and the church say there's will be more protection surrounding the scene this year.
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officials will kick off the start of hannukah. this is video you will see from last year's ceremony. the mayor is expected to be there to help light the menorah, the lighting will be at 4:30 outside of macy's in downtown crossing. u.s. navy band will perform at the event. it will create a festive downtown crossing area. ed tree you see here went open black friday. >> kris: highly participated concert will take place this paris. a big audience expected to turn out for u2. they changed the date of their concerted and it will be broadcast live on hbo on monday night. the band will share the stage with the eagles of death, the american band whose live performance in paris was the site of one of the terror attacks. jackpot >> jennifer: another showdown in washington over gun control.
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the shooting in california reing i nighted the debate about gun control. nbc's chuck todd has an interview with the nation's top cop with a preview of what is coming up on "meet the press". chuck, good morning. >> good morning, the trr attacks
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killer get help? why did no one see this coming and can we prevent these attacks states? the latest from the investigation from the very top, attorney general lorretta lynch joins me. and terror in the campaign, do the attacks help some candidates like drum pull away from the pack? that ahead on "meet the press". jennifer jif we are spoiled here with mild weather. >> kris: golf weather, chris. >> chris: wild. we can continue that in the next 7-10 days and no snow and next weekend looks mild. and get out there late morning to the afternoon. tailgating weather, upper 50s in foxboro, fading back to the 40s during the game. 7 on 7 forecast. ocean storm on tuesday and mostly offshore.
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the cape than aileds and to buzzard's bay, thursday a couple of showers, otherwise dry. jennifer drive thank you. thank you for joining us on this sunday morning. i'm jennifer eagan. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. go pats! realtime closed captioning
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