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up in flames fire tearing through a home in groton killing two people. . >> the race for the white house republican candidate debate things get pretty strange. more than a dozen children recovering after a school bus crashes in framingham. >> good friday morning everyone. thanks for joining us. i'm sarah french. and i'm christa delcamp. the forecast so nice and mild i think bri eggers came out of hiding. true unlike the groundhog.
motionly dry air in place. a few spot no showers moving through into holden northern worcester. those are really minuscule. that's what we are in through, through the day in between the two areas rain showers to the east snow showers to the west. as we head into the afternoon some of us could get caught in, in the mix not amounting to too much and those highs in up thor 30s close to 40. how about the mild temperature settling in this weekend. here to stick around into next week we could even make up to 60 degrees one of those day we'll get to text tended forecast in just a few minutes. time now for fast track traffic. here's danielle gursh. >> thanks, sarah. good morning happy friday this is some back up from earlier we had disabled bus let's go to the maps. this is on 93 southbound as you are heading into boston just
that's on 93 southbound like i mentioned. the expressway a slow drive from braintree to boston. that drive about 24 minutes. south of town no major from 128 then eastbound in newton this is new accident locking the left lane. that's the pike eastbound. 128. 128 into boston. that's a slow drive. route one not tooany delays to tell you about. 26 minutes into the pike. we have that accident in newton. 93 southbound, 128 to zakim bridge. 24 minutes if you take the t it's on time. thank you. let's get to the breaking news where two people were killed when a house went up in frames. now state investigators are trying to determine the cause. nicole oliverio live in groton with the latest.
chief can't figure out exactly what the cause of the fire was because they still don't know the origin. when they arrived this home was ungulfed in flames. you can see the damage and what is giving firefighters trouble the entire first floor is gutted. the second floor reduced to the studs and two people sadly were killed. firefighters were only say it was two adults. family friends that came by the scene just to see how bad the fire was say it was a couple that lived in this home. the calls came in for help around 11:30 last night. firefighter say they don't know how long the fire had been burning before they arrived here on scene. and they didn't know initially that two people were inside the home but they say it become clear quickly that two people were unaccounted for. those two people were found on the first floor of the home. again, taking a live look here you can see firefighters getting ready to clean up and leave. the fire marshall'ses of is
district attorney's office because of the two deaths. we'll continue to follow this story and bring you the latest it. nicole oliverio, 7 news "today in new england." >> state health leader confirming a boston man has the zika virus. the cdc has been warning about this virus for weeks now. it's now here in what we know about the patient. well, sarah the zika started caribbean. the man who contracted the virus travelled to one of effect theed areas. he is now recovering. in fact most people who get the virus don't show symptoms. about 20% who do show mild symptoms including fever, rash, joint pain and conjunctivitis. the real concern here is for
the zika can cause a birth defect that effects the size of the baby's head. some airlines are allowing customers to delay their trips or get a refund. while health expert the zika virus to spread down south the type of mosquito that carries it is not common in massachusetts. we're live in boston this morning. new england." donald trump is heading to new england hours after skipping iowa. for the first time the republican candidates got to see what it is like to debate without the donald. here's dan hausle with a wrap up from iowa. >> i'm aa maniac. everyone on this stage is stupid fat and ugly then you are terrible surgeon. now we got the donald trump portion. >> it's not about donald trump. this campaign about the greatest country in the world and the
destroyed many of the things that made america special. donald trump gone from the final g.o.p. debate before the caucuses far from forgotten. >> trump held an event across at drake university to raise money for veterans and to take the spot lot away from fox news. trump say they treated him badly at earlier debate. right. when you are treated badly you rights. >> fox news called and apologized to him. >> they've been very nice and they wanted me to go and apologize and everything. they did apologize. and they could not have -- but once this started it's for our best. >> candidates rick santorum and mike huckabee joined trump after appearing at the earlier debate for lesser polling rivals. two really great people. i've gotten to know them well. being on the trail as they say.
with talk of trump out of the way. ted cruz to take aim at moderator. many turn their attacks to cruz. he's the king of saying oh, you're for amnesty. everybody is up for amnesty except for ted cruz. the big question that will only be settled by caucus goers monday whether trump hurt himself or helped himself by not showing up and whether the any candidates approved their position in his absense. dan hausle. 7 news "today in new england." there you sedan he will of course be live in iowa through the caucuses next week. you can look for his record next week on 7. coming up at 9:30 in this broadcast political editor andy hiller breaks down the winners and losers in his hiller instinct.
medical records a letter from 74-year-old long-time doctor said the vermont senator is overall good health. hillary clinton will campaign with former congress women gabby giffords in iowa this weekend. last night clinton spoke at an iowa middle school about the importance of childhood education and affordable college. 13 children are recovering where minor injuries after their school bus crashed into a sedan in frame ingham. this was thursday afternoon and it happened on their way home from school. there were 40 kids onboard all in elementary school. 13 of them had to be taken to local hospitals. they were treated for things like bumps and bruises. they say this was a scary experience. >> all the kids just hit the side of the bus and hit their heads. their knees.
a bunch of students crying. >> were you crying too? >> no. the driver of the car also received medical treatment. two people including a firefighter recovering this morning after getting injured at a fire in foxboro. according to the sun chronical a worker suffered minor burns a firefighter was injured. the fire chief believes that gas tanks causeded several explosions there. >> there's new details about the stand off in original. it resulted in the death of one of the protestor. footage shows the police step up a barricade blocking a car tuesday. the driver of the car was 55-year-old. he exited vehicle and started running. he then reached for a gun and that's when police shot and killed him. the fbi said one person has left the refuge.
they want the remaining protestors to leave peacefully. cary washington making a scandalous appearance in harvard. the hasty pledge she made the crowd gather >> this would-be thief had a mask and a gun. there was one thing he wasn't ready for that stopped him in his tracks. light rain and snow showers as we head through the day. as we take off a new month of february. some warming temperatures. >> feature all mapped. and she's our class act. stick around. today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90% this
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you too, guys. heading into the weekend warmer temperatures in store too. maybe that has you outside for nice run walk the dog play in the park with the kids. 36 in boston. we have cloud cover out there. but also light wind. it really is not all that bad. if you step out the tour. you won't have to be bundle up as we have been. because of the light wind also still some areas with dense fog, hyannis with visibility less than a mile. patchy light fog as you get into boston as well. we'll start to see that mixing out as we get into this afternoon. as these winds do pick up just a touch. it isn't until this evening that it get breezy. danielle will talk more about that in a few minutes. current temperatures in the low-to-mid 30s for us. 36 in the city of boston. 34 in norwood. the temps not going anywhere right now. with the cloud cover around us. we have dry air in place, though, a few spot showers that you can see snow showers moving through just north of worcester and holden.
as we head through the day this is our set up. storm system, well out to sea. that's bringing some light rain showers to nantucket. but it's missing cape cod. we have this dry air that's in place between these two areas of more moisture. as this moisture squeezes in from the west we will get pops of rain and snow showers into this afternoon. you can see them firing up. it could be wet snowflakes. we could also see heavier band laying down a quick coating of snow in some spots. but for most of us, its less than an inch as we head through the day today. i don't see any areas exceeding that amount. light snow showers through the afternoon. as we head into this afternoon, these temperatures will feel cold compared what we're in store for this weekend. taking a look at our temperatures tonight early flurry clearing late. 25 to 32 with the breeze picking up. for more on that danielle gursh. thanks, bri. you mentioned the winds now.
they start to pick up a little bit. we're not talking advisory strength winds. for your commute home gusting from 25 to 30 miles per hour. then they die down for tomorrow morning if you have a nice walk, run planned tomorrow morning you don't have to worry about that. if you maybe head up north doing some skiing this weekend for tomorrow, 30s with snow showers, skiing. partly sunny and temperature in the 40s. if you travel this weekend much of the country looking quiet. but we have some storms out in the pacific northwest and that's large part thanks to el nino. speaking of el nino. 97 to '98 we had 10 inch of snow. january. and we're about on track for that this january too. and look at our seasonal snowfall total. 25 inches. just pointing it out. not saying much. as we head into the next couple of day we will not add to that number. anything can happen. of course.
temperatures setting in for the second half of the weekend. cooler air with us now. there's a cool front that pushes through this afternoon with those snow showers. but then the mild air settling in this weekend and it does stick around with us. forecast highs in the 50s. mossably some areas cracking 60 degrees as we head into the middle of next week. and just compare that to last year let's not forget on february 2nd boston also picked up 16.2 inches of snow. we don't have any of that on the 7 on 7 forecast as you can see the temperature really getting mild into the middle of next week. i have to tell you can't get too used to it. long-range model show the middle of february the cold is back with us. we'll have to state on our guard you know it's new england anything can happen. we'll see you in a few. scandalous choice for women of the year. hasty pudding room honoring cary washingtongism the top honors yesterday. >> that was great. she's clearly funny.
but she also touched on some serious topics and really asked the student to get involved. >> good morning to you both. cary washington asked the student to raise their right hand and take a pledge. she stepped on stage not only to accept the pudding pot but to talk about diversity and inclusion. >> actress cary washingtons in cambridge to be honored as the hasty pudding women of the year. ceremony began with the annual parade around harvard. and of course featured the famous ropes. >> she does not drink coffee. the review of 2013 film the peoples keep her up at night just fine. the washington showed off her singing voice. and while some hollywood heavyweights may have used stage for purely fun and games the emmy nominated actress made a point to embrace upon the all-male cast as well as the
acceptance and diversity. when i give up on acting after five years. and go run my fathers hedge fund, i will pay women as much as i pay men. i just wanted them to know that as they were honoring me i'm honoring them. and the power that they leave here with. >> she's just incredible. while discussing the issue of diversity. washington gave her thought about the boycott of the academy award. she said while she's grateful that conversation is taking place she personally would not boycott the awards show. in the control room nancy chin. 7news "today in new england." she is fabulous. she just said so much in that one funny sentence; didn't she? england." exploding inside. but that didn't stop a police chief from rushing in.
this happened on western avenue. thankfully no police officers were injured. so that's the good news here. we have crew headed to the scene. we'll bring you the breaking details as we get more information. >> we have more news a fiery rescue caught on camera. police rushing to seen after reports of potential suicide. a man dousing his car in gasoline. and then he set it on fire. when the chief got to fire he saw the man unconscious on the ground and sprang into action. all while ammunition inside the cars exploding. like i said when you show up none of that is running through your mind. you react to doing what you need to do at that time. the man is being treated for smoke inhalation and depression. a thief thwarted by a bank manager. this is northern california. a man wearing a mask approached the back door of the bank. but the manager saw this person
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thanks for staying with us. >> i don't know ant you. it's been tricky sometime dressing for the weather. you get the warm trends and then bri we had like a cold day in between. >> i always say dress in layers because it could change within a matter of hours and you've got to shed the colt just have a jacket on. we are dealing with few scattered showers and snow showers as we make into this afternoon. you can see this little bleep on the radar. that's snow. and it can lay down a quick coating if you get the snow showers that pop up. they just don't last very long. much. a dry air in place right now. for the most part shoving off further to the east. stretches through the afternoon that could bring us more of those isolated rain and snow showers. some of us don't see it at all.
up it get better next week if you like temperatures in the 50s. >> let's get to breaking news that we are now tracking in lynn. it's a police involved shooting. we know one person has been shot. and they have life threatening injuries. and that it happened on western avenue. we should tell you no police officers are injured. and we also have a crew headed there. we'll bring you anything new as soon as we get it here. breaking news in groton. two people dead after an overnight fire there. state investigators try to figure out the cause at this point. let's go to nicole oliverio live there all morning long. what's the latest, nicole? >> we can tell you firefighters the scene. they have been here all morning. 11:30. if you take a look you can see deadly fire. the first floor completely gutted. studies.
arrival they didn't know that there were still two people inside it become clear there was a couple unaccounted for. that couple found on the first floor sadly they did not make it. the cause of the fire remain under investigation. what's making it so tough when they arrived on scene the home was completely ungulfed in flames. they don't know where the origin of the fires. if you take a live look here you can see they've taped off this home. we can tell you family and friends have been here this morning. they brought a couple of boxes to see if there was anything left to salvidge from the home. the state fire marshall's office is also investigating. for now that's the latest live in grotn; 7news "today in new england." statehouse leader confirming a boston man has the zika virus. a mosquito born virus. it's been spreading ra rapidly through latin america.
latest let's go to jennifer eagon. health officials have confirmed one case in the city. they say the patient a man living in boston contracted the virus while travelling to a country where it's widespread. the world's health organization sounding the alarm saying zika virus is spreading quickly. last year the virus detected in the americas. where it is now spreading explosively. as of today cases have been reported in 23 countries and territories in the region. high. mosquitoes. the big concern is that virus can cause a birth defect that effects the size of a babies brain and head. there's been cases in south america and asia. the cdc is warning women who are pregnant or considering getting pregnant to talk to their doctors if they've travelled to areas mosquitoes can carry the virus.
people who get infected with it will show symptoms. most of the people who get sick only have mild symptoms which last about a week. common symptoms include fever, rash, joint pain and conjunctivitis. there's a chance we could see outbreak. some airlines are actually letting passengers delay their trip or get a refund if they are travelling to effected areas. meanwhile back in massachusetts health officials say the type of mismost that kraefrs the zika virus is not common in this state. in boston, jennifer eagan. # news "today in new england." dualing event in the race for the white house. most of the g.o.p. candidates debating in iowa last night. while front-runner donald trump took a show about ten minutes down the road. victoria warren live in nashua, new hampshire with more. >> now that drum show is here. he has an event coming up in a little while. this morning but last night he
boycott the debate and said holding own dualingent and he said he wasn't going to debate because of his ongoing feud with fox news. >> you have to stick up for your right. when you are treated badly, you have to stick up for your right. you have to do it. >> they did apologize. they couldn't have been -- but once this started it's for our best there was nothing i could do. >> trump's event raised money for wounded warriors. they raised $5 million and invited low polling rival rick santorum and mike huckabee on stage with him. in the mean time trumps absense didn't mean his names absent from the debate. i'm a maniac. and even on this stage is stupid, fat and ugly. and ben you're a terrible surgeon. now that we got the donald trump portion out of the way -- >> it's not about donald trump. he's entertaining. the greatest show on earth. i miss donald trump.
without trump there ted cruz was center stage. he was a main target of the other candidates. so from iowa to new hampshire, donald trump flew into new hampshire yesterday arriving here in nashua last night. and he's about to hold a town hall meeting here in the hotel behind me. starting at 10:00 this morning. live in nashua. victoria warren. 7news "today in new england." with the iowa caucus just days away who made the most of last night's big stage. our political editor andy hiller has his take on the winners and losers in the hiller instinct. smart. smart enough to out smart just campaign. but last night i think he out smarted himself. while the republican candidates for president were fighting it out trump was chickening out. to me that was enough to make him the biggest loser. by dodging the debate and trying to run out the clock on the iowa
how unpresidential he is. plus he humiliated his party. maybe trump is right. and i'm wrong. there wouldn't be the first time. but trump's move actually makes me wonder whether he wants to be president. the winner of the debate was florida marco rubio. continually attacked but never seriously wounded. and while the other candidates talked like candidates he talked above them like a president. the loser was the republican party. because the party appears to be lost and is certainly broken. when you can't get can all your candidates to debate all you can do the be embarrassed and the g.o.p. should be. i suppose the tv rating will decide who won the show down between trump and the rest of the republicans, if you wanted to watch a future president then i think you watched the debate. and if you wanted to see a performance, then i think you tuned into the donald. in the newsroom. instinct.
dan hausle will be in iowa through next week. you can look for his life reports beginning right here on 7news. also this morning police in southern california have arrested another person as part of their search for three escaped inmates. authorities say the 44-year-old woman was a teacher at the jail. and tools. the woman taught one of the men and investigators belief the two had some sort of relationship. it developed into closer relationship where she then began providing information -- him information. i don't know exactly what she knew in terms of what his plans were to escape. we do know that she provided him information in police believe inmates may have stolen a van so far ten people have been arrested in connection with last friday's escape. the infamous teen is set to face a judge. ethan couch and his mother were
after he violated probation. there's been 20 different incidents range" from speeding ticket to reckless driving and assault. sources say they often use their wealth to get them out of trouble. he said he was too priveleged to know right from wrong when he killed four people in a drunk driving crash. 4 million of that money will be used to treat children poisoning. the remaining amount will go toward paying residents water bills and replacing the water system. the governor has been under fire because the state sent employee bottled water before telling the residents the water was unsafe to drink. still ahead on "today in new england" a belmonte women trying to do what no other american women has ever done. how close she is to completing 7 marathons on 7 continents. and what is cooking coming
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her name the beka piza. she will be in sydney, australia. she started the world marathon challenge in antarctica last week. she is 35 years old from belmonte. she has won all six races so far. i can't believe not only is she accomplishing this but she's won every race. so sheegs going to be the first american women to come mrooelt the challenge and i just love that one picture. looks like it should be on national geographic. where she is running with the arctic tundra. you know who else is runner. bri eggers can i say you qualified for boston marathon. i'm not fast at all. but hoping to run university. and training for it. next week a great week for training. anybody else that the running for that. light winds now. we have some wind. that's definitely helping blast out some of the fog we had earlier this morning. visibility improving. just a low cloud that are still hanging around with us. and they will stishg around
current temperature at freezing. 36 for boston. and we're kind of wedged with some dry air right now in between two systems. one that's offshore and bringing some light rain showers to nantucket. and maybe the outer cape from time to time. but i'm even doubtful of that. we've seen a couple of snow worcester. at least blips on the radar. that's the story through the afternoon. you can see the snow showers to west and northwest of us. that's what is passing through through this afternoon. that increases the moisture in our atmosphere. could bring pops of snow showers even wet snowflakes possibly sleet pellets as we make into the afternoon. she's are isolated showers. at all. if you get a heyer pop of snow you could actually see a coating a quick coating to even possibly an inch of snow. but i have hard time believing
maintain on the grassy services. thing. mostly cloudy this afternoon. 36 to 40 degrees. here's a look at the highs just a touch above average for this time of year. we've got some warming temperatures into next week. overnight tonight 25 to 32 with bit of a breeze this evening. more on that, danielle gursh. thanks, bri. as we head into tonight the wind picking up. not gusty winds. don't worry about cancelling plannings. it will be into dinner time and the overnight hours. the good news by tomorrow morning if you want to go on a walk and enjoy the park the wind not playing a part. snow showers possible tomorrow and sunday look at this we get sunshine and temperature up north climbing into the low 40s. a great weekend to do that. if you do travelling. we do have some storms out in the pacific northwest. that's thank in large part to el nino.
january with under ten inch of snow. very similar to '97 and '98. the snow totals for those year just about 25 years. not -- within the next week we're getting the warmer temperatures that setting in for us. it's still new england and it's still winter. anything could happen. just not within the next 7 to 10 days. looking for the mild air to push in for us. wet weather expected actually by the middle of the week. but it looks like rain showers for us. that warm front pushing through on sunday. we've got a warmer day on sunday than tomorrow and those temperature keep climbing into the 50s for next week. kind of a preview of spring. but i don't think those cold temperatures are off yet. groundhog you may pop back in to the whole hibernation. we are looking for colder weather as we head into the rest of february past this week. if you love the 50s enjoy this week. soak it up. thanks. for the first time in three
represented in the nba all-star game. he then posted several messages on twitter thanking teammates coaches and fans in boston. at 5' 9 thomas tied the record for the shortest player to ever make an nba all-star team. check this one out. michael phelps having some fun at an arizona state basketball game. he joined fans to take part in this infamous curtain of distraction. the curtain opened and there he was. speedo, medals and a lot -- not a lot else. >> we're distracted at that. >> clearly i can't get you the story. it worked because they did apparently distract the guy making the free throw. my question is this a
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with dignity and respect. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. >> we're back at 9:51. we want to update on this breaking news from lynn. we're now getting word that one person has been shot and killed. that's the newest information about this shooting that anned on western avenue. no police officers are injured. and we will have more details from the scene just as soon as we get them. we'll pass them along.
switching gears now. temperatures may be warming up. but during the winter there's
recipe. soup. >> it's a classic dish that never fails to warm you up on cold winter day. tomato soup. this owner steve is putting his own twist on it. >> the secret to soup is the bread. we use the bread to thicken the soup.
to start melt your butter in a stock pot. you got to get that going. >> add chopped white onions. for more flavor steve adds chopped garlic and basil. it's go to have that in early. it really kind of goes with the sauce nice. minutes. next the star of the dish. tomato. the reason you simmer down the so mato they have low acidity. they are so smooth and flavorful it's just unbelievable. >> i will simmer this for another five minutes
you can use vegetable stock which is fine. it doesn't have as much flavor. but the ingredients simmer for an hour. then add cubed bread. you can use soft bread. we find yesterday's bread looks better. then time to blend. for the soup back into the pot to make sure seasoned to your liking. make sure if they need more salt or pepper very important to do that. they serve it with crustina topped with goat cheese >> are you hungry now? i was saying this is inspiring. i need to get out the crock pot. i haven't done it enough this year. still ahead on "today in new england" the stars of the new action thriller walk the red carpet in boston. they are talking about making the movie right here in the hub. >> rain and snow showers this afternoon. and then as we head into next week a warming trend. one more look at the forecast
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we're back with the buzz. boston. they were doing a premier here for their made in massachusetts called "the finest hours." today. they hit the red carpet at the boston common last night. the movie based on true story from new england. the most daring rescue in the history of the coast guard. that took place off the coast of the cape back in 1952. the actors say it was special to film the movie around the area. >> to do in it the place where it actually happened. 1952. i grew up on the cape. every summer we would go there and seeing the cape transform back in time. it's -- it was really touched me. it was beautiful. >> affleck said the shots made
ever been in. oscar announcing the first group of presenters and entertainers for this year's award ceremony. the name include whoopi goldberg tina fey. kevin heart. that's sam smith. gaga. i think you saw her before. rock. they will be handed out february 28th. gillette. cold play announcing they will be performing there on their world tour. the band will be taking the stage on july 20th as part of their head full of dreams tour. tickets for the concert go on sale next week. a lot of great acts coming through. we were talking about -- what was it -- i can't remember. billy joel. pearl jam fenway park. a lot coming through. i can't get my head together. >> that's okay. i've started my countdown. we have time to plan. take a look at the 7 on 7 forecast.
into the 50s it starts to deal like spring. thanks for having this mind standing with us today. it's friday. it's the end of the week and i need coffee. ta [mother] yeah but this neighborhood,i feel like it's got a lot of what we were kinda talking about. the kitchen is light and bright,new. we should definitely go see it. [agent] hi...welcome i'm maggie.melanie.maggie. so nice to meet you. [mother] this is brendan.