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>> sarah: breaking news out of boston. a man hit and killed while crossing the street in dorchester. police tried to piece together exactly what happened. investigators say the driver left the scene. >> reporter: right. the accident scene here on washington street in dorchester still sealed off at this hour with crime scene investigators, you can see firefighters still on the scene as well. they have been carefully trying to piece this whole thing together for the past several hours. boston police telling us moments ago that the driver who took off from the scene is now being questioned at police
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i'm just nervous. i'm scared. >> reporter: shock from people who live and work here on washington street in dorchester following a fatal morning. i didn't know exactly what happened. a police officer said that somebody was kill. >> reporter: the victim was an three miles away from the accident scene in mattapan, shattered front windshield. investigators, we are told,st are interviewing the operator of a vehicle involved in the fatal crash. beyond that, police won't say much right now. any reaction that the driver took off from the scene? >> i don't know why he did. that he was supposed to have stopped. >> reporter: through the investigators were seen scene. while concerned residents are anxious for answers. >> it is scary.
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you know? it is not good. >> reporter: all right. so this area remains shut down along washington street right now. it is unclear when it will reopen to traffic. boston police right now are not releasing the victim's name here until his family has been notified. police are also asking anyone who saw what happened this morning to call boston police. we are live in dorchester th this afternoon, steve cooper, 7 news. >> christa: there are still questions about the patriots defensive end chandler jones who was sent to the hospital after showing up at the foxboro police department. let's head there live right now. here is nicole oliverio with more on what the team is saying about this. nicole? >> reporter: christa, we can tell you right now we have reporters in the locker room speaking with some of the patriots players. of course, they are not really commenting but what they did tell our reporters is that this is they support jones. they also say they are not
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off-field distractions. foxboro police released the sunday morning. when police logs show patriots defensive end chandler jones walked into the public safety building looking for help. >> in the front lobby area. >> reporter: according to the firefighters performed a medical evaluation in the back parking lot. jones was sent by ambulance to norwood hospital. it's still unclear why the pro-bowler needed medical attention. the dispatch recordings also reveal an officer went to jones' home which was nearby to secure it. >> i was able to lock the front door. if you want to pass along to the fire... it was definitely involved before this happened. just so they know. >> reporter: class d can refer to a category of drugs,
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k to clear, police are not linking any drugs to this incident. we were looking for clarification for this last transmission. so far, police here have not given any comment about this incident. the patriots, though, did comment about the situation, telling 7 news, "chandler jones was admitted to the hospital sunday and released that day. he reported to work on time monday morning and has participated in all meetings and practices since then." reporters in the locker room say that jones is not at his locker. that is not to say he isn't at gillette, though. nicole oliverio, 7 news. >> christa: rob gronkowski was not present for tuesday's session after practicing with teammates on monday. it is not clear why he wasn't on the field yesterday. it is unclear how coach bill belichick ended up with a black eye. when he met with reporters yesterday, he was sporting a shiner right there over his left eye.
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and when asked if his eye would be okay, he simply said "i think i'll live." >> sarah: a deep freeze today. the winds are whipping. more on the forecast. >> chris: absolutely. wind gusts really powerful last couple of hours. blue hill, 59-mile-per-hour wind gusts. wellfleet at 56. cambridge at 54. rockport at 47. the wind in the city of boston right now, guing to 47 miles an hour. 46 in worcester. we continue to see these powerful gus over the next several hours. wind advisory in place. through 5:00 p.m. for the strong winds out of the west. northwest. temperature, 29 in boston. 21 in worcester. hasn't moved that much since early this morning. a few degrees. with the strong winds, cold windchill factors. feeling more like three in worcester. more like 14 in boston. so the wind is adding insult to injury out there. and makes it uncomfortable working outside. in fact, today's temperatures holding steady in the mid to upper 20's this afternoon. then sliding back into the low 20's.
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diminish as we go through the evening hours and overnight tonight. next storm track will be on saturday morning. more on the forecast ahead. >> sarah: happening today: bill cosby's lawyers in a massachusetts courtroom. trying to keep details about his alleged sexual assaults out of the public eye. victoria warren is live from worcester with the latest. >> reporter: mr. cosby was not here for the hearing. the magistrate ruling, though, that portions of depositions can be kept secret. especially questions about sex and drug use. a promise from the attorney representing 7 women accusing bill cosby of sexual misconduct that his clients are not trying to assassinate anyone's character. they are just trying to try their case. >> they are claiming that my clients are liars. but here again, we have chosen a forum, a courtroom where the truth can be tried and the
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to both sides. >> reporter: both sides argued evidence should be sealed in a confidentiality agreement. the plaintiff's attorney says he plans to ask cosby and his wife in depositions about sex, infidelity and drug use. the magistrate ruling in favor of limited confidentiality. and also discussing how the new criminal case against cosby out of pennsylvania could affect the timeline of this civil case. we believe that the criminal case has no bearing on the civil case. the civil case has its own issues and proof that needs to be made. this has nothing to do with whether or not mr. cosby is found guilty of charges he has been charged with. >> reporter: one change in the case. the deposition in february has been delayed. instead, mrs. cosby will be deposed.
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tossed. >> christa: police make an arrest in a deadly crash in roslindale. a car hit an 88-year-old woman walking on washington street. she was rushed to the hospital and sadly, was pronounced dead. the 24-year-old driver had been charged with motor vehicle homicide. fast new hampshire state police, they are searching for the driver who slammed into a trooper's cruiser and then police say a track or the-trailer was speeding on route 89 in warner. couldn't slow down. then slammed into the cruiser. the trooper was treated for minor injuries. >> sarah: a broken navigational system being blamed for a situation that had ten u.s. sailors held in iran. they sailed into trouble when their two navy ships entered iranian waters. nancy chen is in the newsroom with the very latest. >> nancy: u.s. officials say there is no indication they were hurt during their captivity. welcome news after this
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iranian military now free. the secretary of state john kerry expressed great feud tos officials. >> these are always situations, as everybody here knows, have an ability, if not properly guided, to get out of control. >> nancy: the americans, nine men and one woman, were on two boats when they drifted into iranian waters on tuesday. iran's coast guard seizing the boats and the sailors were turned over to the iranian revolutionary guard which questioned them to determine if they had entered iranian waters on an intelligence mission. >> a necessary investigation is under way to make it clear what their intention was for entering illegally into iran territory. >> nancy: u.s. officials were able to talk to the sailors
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>> all indications tell us that our sailors were well taken care of. provided with blankets and food and assisted with their return to the fleet earlier today. and i think we can all imagine how a similar situation might have played out three or four years ago. >> nancy: eventually, leaders in both countries agreed. the boats never intended to enter iranian waters. iranian officials say agation malfunction was to blame for the crossing. >> they insist that this entering iran's waters was unintentional and it was because of technical failure in their navigation systems. >> nancy: there was an amicable resolution to this. there is still disagreement as to how this came about. iran's revolutionary guard saying the u.s. apologized while the state department denies any apology took place. because there was "nothing to
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nancy chen, 7 news. play. the powerball jackpot is now at $1.5 billion. and if the powerball mania keeps up that, record jackpot could grow even more. by the way, the odds of matching all six winning numbers. one in 292.2 million. powerball fever gripping the country right now. >> i'm not going to win it if i'm not in it. >> christa: lines of players growing ahead of tonight's drawing. >> this is historical. this is something you can't wrap your brain around. >> christa: many can wrap their heads around what they would do with all that money. >> i was having dreams about winning this. >> christa: big dreams. some of them practical. >> i have 7 kids. so college. number one. >> christa: others generous. >> i'm going to do something in chicago for the people out of jobs and stuff like that. >> christa: others looking to score big.
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buy an n.f.l. team. again, the fantasy is what you could do with it. >> christa: players are pooling their money to get in the game. a smart move according to one post which says "always buy into the office lottery pool. if they win, you don't want to still be broke and doing all their work when they quit." it is all about finding the right six numbers so you can take that permanent vacation. >> sarah: coming up, sparks fly in a police chase that topped one hundred miles per hour. what it took to get the driver to surrender. >> christa: the amazing rescue of a man stuck in a sewer line after a trench collapse.
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wind the story this afternoon. yesterday, the snow moved on through. close to three inches in worcester up into pepperell as well. boston, just three-tenths of an inch of snow. just away from the city, downtown along the coastline, you get back into arlington. we had close to two inches of snow. that snow still out there. it is not melting any time soon. you saw one, two, three inches of snow. as we have had cold air locked in place. 29 in boston. the story has been the wind over the last several hours. sustained wind. 28 miles an hour in worcester. 29 in boston. we have seen gusts exceeding 50 at times and recently, a 47-mile-per-hour gust in the city of boston. we will be battling that through the afternoon. had a couple of flurries across western massachusetts. that is coming down-wind of lake ontario. although central massachusetts may catch a flurry or two. the story continues to be the wind and the cold under a mix of sun and clouds. a couple of scattered clouds in the city of boston.
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not moving much more. the cold will stick around one more day. what about the wind? for more on that, over to danielle. >> danielle: thanks, chris. the big story today, those our temperatures have been in the upper 20's. than. that because of the windchill. for tomorrow, we are climbing to the low 0's. freezing. we will have less of the wind. so speaking of the winds today, as you head home from work around 5:45 this evening, we are still dealing with those westerly wind gus right around 0 miles per hour. the good news is they are diminishing. by tomorrow morning, they shouldn't be much of an issue. the windchill for tomorrow, today we are staying in the teens. even single digits tonight. without that wind, it will feel like the 20's out there. not quite as bad as today. as we ed into the weekend, we are talking about a little bit of a wintry mix. >> chris: we could have some higher-terrain snow on saturday. the bulk of the precipitation
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any cold air we have had in place is retreating. mild air works in from the southwest. that will set the stage as this coastal low takes over saturday morning. and draws moisture back into southern new england. to provide us with a cold rain for a lot of us. even out through 495. the higher terrain of perhaps southwestern new hampshire, out in the berkshires. the hills. may see a little bit of wet snow. now, the storm is quicker i'm pulling this out in the afternoon. will shut off in time for kickoff. we are going to go dry at kickoff at gillette. there may be a damp tail-gate out there with lingering drizzle or light rain tampering off in the tail-gate hours. again, this storm, rain for most of us. the gusty wind developing along the coastline. temperatures if foxboro in the afternoon, ranging from near 40 but sliding back into the upper 0's. eventually, into the mid-0's by the time we get through the game. the rest of the weekend right now features cold weather working in. there will be a secondary
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early monday. questions remain to be seen. it turns very cold here monday and tuesday. >> christa: a dramatic police chase out of oklahoma. >> sarah: speeds topped more than one hundred miles per hour. it was caught on camera. deputied rammed the back of a truck. deputies were able to get the truck to the side of the road. the driver continued to push the gas pedal. officers jumped out and on to the truck. then grabbed the driver inside. they say he was reaching for a weapon. >> christa: coming up at noon, from waterboy to star player in one night. how a local hockey team helped
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>> christa: all anybody wants to talk about is the powerball jackpot. now as we have been reporting, $1.5 billion. and it is growing. >> sarah: if you have coughed up cash to be part of an office pool, listen up. you could be facing a whole new challenge if you win. kim khazei explains. . >> i remember the emotion that controlled my clients. >> reporter: attorney scott montrose has seen what can happen when a lottery pool goes bad. in 2013, he represented a group of stylists from a hair salon who sued a coworker over $9.5 million. the woman claimed they all went in on the lottery pool
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but the co-worker said the winning ticket was one she bought personally. at the same time, and same location. montrose' clients felt that was breaking a wellle-established and well-understood rule. >> they felt betrayed. they were disappointed. they were saddened. that someone that they had an arrangement with would depart from the path. >> reporter: how do you prevent this from happening to you? make sure everyone is on the same page about the rules of expectations. agreement in writing. but it is helpful. have the buyer send a picture of the tickets to the entire pool before the drawing. so everyone has the numbers. and choose a person or attorney who you will have represent you as a group if you do win. in the stylists' case, there was no written agreement. there was a precedent on how their pools worked. >> what strengthened it was that everybody said the same thing.
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resolution through mediation. what they lost, montrose says, was maybe more important. >> i expect you to be fair and honest with people, and you have a rightst to expect people to be fair and honest with you. >> sarah: whether you are buying a ticket alone or with a group, the odds of winning a a world-record payout are one in 292.2 million. so there you go. >> christa: all right. next, dating danger: how criminals are using dating apps to turn local men into
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>> sarah: a canton teen's surprise shift on the ice. he started as a waterboy and became the team's sew owe. through it all, his dream was to get on the ice, actually. >> christa: he thought it
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it finally did, though. brandon gunnoe was there when this dream became a reality. (cheers and applause) >> reporter: that is mart mattie being clobbered by his teammates after scoring a goal for the hockey team. >> he has waited four years for this moment. >> this is what high school sports is about. >> reporter: you see, three years ago, mattie was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder. he has been helping out the canton high school program for the past four years. from waterboy to the team's c.e.o. -he goes to all the practices. you know, kind of sits on the sidelines. and and just to have him be able to go out for that one shift to skate with everybody is pretty awesome.
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a goal for the team. >> i like scoring a lot of goals out there. it was a lot of fun. >> reporter: for matt, this hockey team is family. he does just as much for his teammates as they do for him. >> that is the cool thing about matty. he is humble and so kind. >> reporter: brandon gunnoe, 7 news. >> christa: i feel inspired today just watching that. everybody. the whole team. the pats gearing up for a saturday showdown against the chiefs. coach belichick keeping quiet about an apparent eye injury. >> sarah: the president addressing the nation at the state of the union for the last time. >> chris: plenty of sunshine this afternoon. plenty of strong winds as well. the timing and what to expect over the weekend ahead.
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>> sarah: breaking news. dorchester while crossing the street. police say the car involved drove away. >> christa: police are trying to piece together exactly what happened here. for us today. a couple of minutes ago, boston police investigators cleared the scene of the accident here. but they were busy for so many hours this morning collecting evidence and clues here at the scene.
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police headquarters they are interviewing the operator of the driver, the car that took off from the scene. >> i don't know. i'm nervous. i'm scared. >> reporter: shock from people who live and work here along washington street in dorchester following a fatal hit-and-run accident around 8:30 this morning. >> i saw a lot of police cars and a lot of people watching. i didn't know exactly what happened. the police officer said that somebody was killed. report t victim was an adult male. three miles away from the accident scene in mattapan, police locate this van with a shattered front windshield. investigators, we are told, are interviewing the operator of a vehicle involved in the fatal crash. beyond that, police won't say much right now. any reaction that the driver took off from the scene? >> i don't know why he did. that he was supposed to have stopped and called the police. >> reporter: crime scene investigators were seen collecting everest at the
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concerned residents are anxious for answers. . >> it's scary. it is not good. >> reporter: now, the victim's name has not been released yet until family members have been notified. again, boston police are interviewing that driver who took off from the scene. the same time, they are appealing to the public for anybody who saw what happened here this morning to come forward. we are live from dorchester this afternoon, steve cooper, 7 news. >> sarah: there are still questions this afternoon surrounding the patriots defensive end chandler jones. he was hospitalized on sunday after showing up at the foxboro police department. nicole oliverio is in foxboro with what the team is saying now. foxboro police released the dispatch recordings from sunday morning. when police logs show patriots defensive end chandler jones walked into the public safety building looking for help.
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confused party. >> reporter: according to the log, four officers performed a medical evaluation in the back parking lot. jones was sent to norwood hospital by ambulance. it is unclear why the pro-bowler needed medical attention. the dispatch recordings also reveal an officer went to jones' home which was nearby to secure it. >> i was able to lock the front door. if you want to pass along to the fire... he was definitely involved in class d delta. before this happened. just so you know. >> reporter: class d can refer to a category of drugs that includes marijuana. to be clear, police are not linking any drugs to this incident. we were looking for clarification for this last transmission. right now, police here are not commenting on the situation. the patriots, though, did release a statement regarding chandler saying "chandler jones was admitted to the hospital sunday and released
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monday morning and is participating in all meetings and practices since then." we have reporters right now in the locker room at gillette stadium. jones is not there. that doesn't mean that he isn't somewhere at the facility. his teammates, though, saying that they support jones. they also say they are not going to be bothered bill any off-field distractions. in foxboro, news. >> christa: while chandler jones did manage to practice tuesday, tight end rob gronkowski wasn't spotted there during the media time. gronkowski not present, it seemed for tuesday's session. after practicing on monday. it is not clear why he wasn't on the field. it is unclear how the head coach bill belichick ended up with a black eye either. when he met with reporters yesterday, there you see. he had a shiner over his left eye. he didn't say what happened. and when asked if his eye would be okay, he simply said, "i think i'll live." >> sarah: the winds are whipping. a deep freeze is on the way. let's send it over to chris
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forecast. >> chris: much colder through the afternoon compared to some weather we have seen throughout the winter. look at these winds. gusts to 59 miles an hour. in milton. on top of blue hill there. wellfleet, miles per hour. cambridge, at 54. we do have wind gusts in rockport. 50 miles an hour. wind advisory for gusts. 45-plus through the rest of the afternoon. winds diminishing overnight tonight. take a look outside right now. you see those gusty winds from cape cod to the city of boston. out through worcester, worcester at the airport, 46-mile-per-hour gusts. temperatures in the 20's. windchill factors down into the lower single digits and teens at this hour. we are 29 in boston. 21 in worcester right now. you take a look throughout the day. not much will change from this point on through the next few hours. temperatures sliding back down into the low 20's this evening. teens overnight tonight. and the next storm system slated for friday night
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more on the forecast ahead. >> christa: now making a major power play. the jumbo powerball jackpot. now at $1.5 billion. if this powerball mania keeps up, the record jackpot could grow even larger. powerball fever gripping country right now. >> i'm not going to win it if i'm not in it. lines of players are growing. >> this is historical. this is something you can't wrap your brain around. >> i was having dreams about winning. >> christa: big dreams. some of them practical. >> i have 7 kids so college, number one. generous. >> i'm going to do something in chicago for the people without a job and stuff like that. >> christa: others looking to score big. >> it is one of those things where you could buy an n.f.l. team. again, the fantasy, what you could do with it. >> christa: in offices and workplaces around the country, players are pooling their
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a smart move, according to a social media post which says lottery pool. if they win, you don't want to still be broke and doing all their work when they all quit." right now, the toughest job seems to be finding the right six numbers so you can take that permanent vacation. and the odds of matching all six winning numbers, one in 292.2 million. right now, firefighters are recovering after being injured mattapan. it happened last night on comins highway. of the roof. forced out of the three-family home. no one inside was hurt. the one injured firefighter suffered minor burns battling those flames. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. violence hits home for a family from brockton. a stray bullet hit 17-year-old monday night. he is now in intensive care. his family can't believe what
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home. >> he is a good kid. really is. >> reporter: the wrong place at the wrong time. >> in his own house? >> in his kitchen. . >> the kids would fight with your fist. who cares if you get a broken nose or something. now it is guns. it is not fair. >> christa: police in worcester are warning of a dating danger. in fact, in the past couple of weeks, two men have been attacked after they thought they were meeting a woman they met on a dating app. police say say these two men robbed a teenager of his cell phone when he showed up at an apartment on laurel street last week. then on sunday, two men stabbed a 33-year-old and robbed him of his phone and his wallet and police in the... people in the area are taking notice. >> i think people should be area of social media. and maybe take it back to the old days where you made a phone call and talked to each
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as opposed to all those apps. sense. you have to protect yourself. >> christa: the man who was stabbed is expected to be okay. police have not released the name of the app the victims were using. cuts on the way to boston public schools. the district is facing a $50 school year. in fact, the superintendent promised no schools would close because of that short-fall. >> sarah: today president obama travels to nebraska. he is highlighting the themes his final state of the union address. embarking on his last year in office, the president is calming americans' economic and national security anxieties. and touting his record. >> the president of the united states! (cheers and applause) >> reporter: for the last time, president obama arrived to deliver the state of the union to a joint session of congress. >> for this final one, i'm going to try to make it a little shorter. >> reporter: the president briefly touched on his
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>> i don't want to just talk about next year. i want to focus on the next five years. the next ten years. and beyond. >> reporter: he did talk about current issues, including a call for congress to take action on the fight against isis. >> authorize the use of military force against isil. take a vote. >> reporter: another big focus: the state of politics in the u.s. and how we need to fix it. >> it is one of the few regrets of my presidency. that the rancor and suspicion between the parties has gotten worse instead of better. >> >> reporter: at the end, the commander in chief looked forward to when a new president speaks to congress. >> i believe in change because i believe in you. the american people. and that's why i stand here as confident as i have ever been f that the state of our union is strong. >> sarah: how did the final state of the union address likely play with voters and viewers? political editor andy hiller gives us his take in the
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>> we made change work for us. always extending america's promise outward. to the next frontier. to more people. and because we did, because we saw opportunity where others saw peril, we emerged stronger and better than before. >> reporter: but the problem is that americans don't see america the way he does. more than half nation, 51% disapprove of his performance in office. while less than half, 45% approve. worse for obama, only 25% think the country is headed in the right direction. while 65% think it is on the wrong track. a number so big, forecast it must include democrats. >> christa: the u.s. attorney general loretta lynch is in boston today. the plan is she is visiting the suffolk county jail. she will talk about plans to
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system under the obama administration. and is also set to deliver remarks at harvard university. >> sarah: still ahead at noon, an amazing rescue after a collapse leads a man trapped for more than ten hours. >> christa: also, why this picture sparked back-lash for facebook founder mark zuckerberg. what would you do with five minutes to kill, and a smart phone? check the scores. probably post a pic. text a friend. how about register to vote? really? you can. five minutes online and a massachusetts drivers license is all it takes to register so you can vote for our next president. go to registertovotema.com. it's that easy. done. i just registered. that was easy.
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>> sarah: a bear hug like no other. jimbo the bear is showing some love for his trainer at the orphan wildlife center in new york. the two are playing in the snow. the affectionate grizzly is 1,500 pounds. as you can see, his hug escalated quickly to a kiss there. the true sign of friendship. better that trainer than i. i don't know. makes me nervous. >> christa: i love that he is 1,500 pounds and they call him jimbo. little jimbo. little guy. fluffy animal there. boston. the winds steady at 29 miles an hour. that is driving down the windchill factor of 14. the wind has been something else so far today. at times gusting 40-50 miles an hour. the temperatures not moving much. since early this morning.
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low, 25, 26 in boston. recent gusts, 47 miles an hour at logan airport. we have seen gusts up to 54 at cambridge and blue hill. the windchill factor. this is what you dress for. down to 14 in boston. three in worcester. you look at the thermometer. 29 is not bad. when you factor in the winds, it is making it feel uncomfortable outside. we had a couple of scattered flurries across central massachusetts. a mixture of clouds and sun back through central massachusetts as well. overall, going to be a dry day with clouds and some sunshine. cold and windy. that wind will continue to be gusty throughout the day. with lowering windchill values down into the teens. how long the wind lasts and when to expect any warm-up. over to danielle. >> danielle: thanks, chris. yeah. the winds feeling blustery out there. the good news, though: as we head into tomorrow and into your thursday, temperatures climb back into the 30's. not as much wind.
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work today, later on around 6:00, still dealing with those westerly winds around 30 miles per hour. the good news: they are starting to die down overnight tonight. and by tomorrow morning, feeling much calmer out there. for the rest of the day, windchill temperatures staying in the teens. down to single digits tonight. into tomorrow, it is going to feel like the 20's again. look at. that we are exciting about the 20's. chris, back to you. >> chris: more comfortable outside tomorrow. more so on friday. some mild air starts to work on in. especially during the lowest 3,000, 4,000, 5,000 feet of the atmosphere. the cold air retreats on friday. this is an important set-up. as this coastal low takes over, there is not a lot of cold air to work with. i do expect mainly rain on saturday morning. there may be a little bit of high elevation snow. also this storm is fairly quick-moving. it is not going to linger throughout the entire day on saturday. in fact, in the afternoon, the winds turning back out of the
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i do expect us to dry out now. mid to late afternoon on saturday. so the heaviest of precipitation will be in the morning. tapering off by kickoff at gillette. the game is dry. tail-gating, maybe a few leftover showers. and again, the best chance for any snow will be across the higher, hilly terrain of northern worcester county, back into the berkshires. kickoff temperature of 5 degrees at gillette. at 4:35. 4:25. you take look at the forecast going through the rest of the weekend. cold air working in. there may be another ocean storm close by sunday night into early monday. we will keep an eye on. that right now, i'm going to regardless of what happens with that, the cold air comes pouring into new england. monday and tuesday. barely above 20 degrees. guys? >> christa: a california worker trapped and in trouble. it took more than ten hours for rescue crews in oakland to reach this man. he is a pluping contractor.
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ten-foot sewer line when a trench collapsed on top of him. it took them a while to get out. as we mentioned. when they did, his coworkers were overjoyed. >> i want to say thank you to the city of cokeland fire department. i want to say thank you to everybody. >> christa: the trapped worker is expected to be okay. >> sarah: coming up at noon, taking shots at facebook founder mark zuckerberg. why a photo, this photo with his baby has caused so much backlash. >> christa: also potatoes and pregnancy. may be a bad combination for
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marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the
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>> christa: the facebook founder is getting shot down by some of his followers. >> sarah: he took what he thought was a cute picture of
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doctor's office. he faced serious backlash from opponents of vaccines. >> reporter: it may seem like an innocent picture. the caption says "time for vaccines." when the dad is facebook founder mark zuckerberg, those five words carry much more weight. he posted the picture of him with his new daughter. that prompted those against vaccines to post harsh comments to the new dad. among them, injecting newborns and infants with disease and neurotoxins is disgusting science that injures millions every year. and "shame on all of you and your souls." many anti-vaccine advocates claim there is a link between vaccines and autism. however, that's now been widely discredited. others thank new dad for making a statement. it is not clear if he planned to make a statement on vaccines. in the past, he has addressed the issue saying "the science is completely clear. vaccines work. and are important for the health of everyone in our
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i'm at am williams, 7 news. >> sarah: his home state of california passed a law requiring all children who attend public schools to be vaccinated. >> christa: some pregnant women may not be happy to hear. this a new harvard study says you should cut back on potatoes if you are expecting a baby. potatoes are linked to an increased risk of gestational diabetes. experts say replacing just two serve als week with other veggies or beans or whole grains could reduce the risk by 10%. >> sarah: up next, the first lady's state of the union dress has the internet all abuzz. why it will be hard to get this dress, though, for yourself. >> chris: cold and windy this afternoon. we will take a look at the
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>> christa: people talking about michelle obama and her... the way she stole the spotlight at the final state of the union. she wore this beautiful dress by designer narcisso rodriguez. if you are thinking of buying it yourself, it quickly sold out on-line. >> sarah: all right. are you having trouble waking up on time? a new kind of alarm clock guarantees to get you out of bed. instead of pressing a butt ann to snooze in the morning, it forces you to apply pressure to the rug if with your feet for at least three seconds. the company says it gets you up instead of staying in your comfy bed. a kick-starter campaign has raised more than $100,000 for ruggy's development. >> christa: three seconds,
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>> sarah: i don't have that kind of time. >> christa: she is on a conveyer belt from the moment she wakes up. no stopping her, chris. i love it. >> chris: knock over a stack of books. stay in bed. right? mid to upper 20's. as we get into the afternoon. windchills down into the teens. the wind will wake you up. if the alarm clock doesn't tomorrow morning. with temperatures holding into the teens. to near 20 degrees. otherwise, partly cloudy. diminishing wind tomorrow. versus what we have outside today. strong wind gusts through the afternoon. 40-50 miles an hour. storm on saturday. most of the precipitation is in the morning. and most of it falling down as rain. maybe a little higher terrain, snow. mainly... >> christa: we are still talking about the ruggy. see you back [mother] yeah but this neighborhood,i feel like it's got a lot of what we were
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