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a suspect is dead following a shooting in lynn. it happened on western avenue. that was early this morning. >> police holding a news conference just a short time ago. >> reporter: we now know that suspect was known to police for allegedly threatening his girlfriend and his family. a car covered in bullet holes and a handgun. >> it went pop pop. sound like a war. >> reporter: police shot and killed a suspect they say was armed. >> there was cops and blood everywhere. >> reporter: the district attorney says officers web
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the four officers arrived at this home and he allegedly threatened them. >> he answered them saying he had a gun and he would kill them. >> reporter: the day says he took off at a second floor window and took off. >> he ordered the female driver out of the week at gun point. he pointed his gun at them. >> reporter: that's when three officers opened fire. >> they approached the vehicle immediately. to render aide. he was taken to the hospital where he was pronounce it dead. >> reporter: they save the gun belongs to him, the same gun that police say he pointed at them. we're following news out of california where a prisoner has been arrested after a week after a man haunt.
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with him are still on the run. they climbed through sewer puns and went down the building with a reason. we'll bring you more information as we get it. >> left2: seven news turning to your forecast, rain and snow showers moving across our area massachusetts. we could be in for a witness of a winter warmup with some more mild temperatures on the way. jerry me is here with our forecast. >> -- jeremy. >> a band of light shower activity moving into metro boston and again, the bark is worse than the ability. the radar is pull of this blue indicating some snow. when you take a closer look, a lot of this activity is not reaching the ground and even when it is, look at the temperatures, upper 30s to around 40.
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significant accumulation. wore sheriff, 32. boston, 39. we're on the very back edge of this system. that's why we have a couple of snow showers. they will fade away. no storms this weekend with a mix of clouds and sunshine. the only system we have is right here, which is now through the great lakes. even milder next week. we'll talk about that more in a few minutes. donald trump holding a real today where he's telling supporters he's confident as the
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out of the debate last night. >> reporter: more proof trumped trumped goes his own way if you needed any. the other republican candidates were on stage. he's on a different stage a few miles away. republicans and democrats are all weighing in on trump's debate strategy. hillary clinton told some on campus that the g.o.p. is what's wrong with the republican party. they told some they're not sure if she's the right one. >> it will be interesting to compare the two and see what they have to say. >> reporter: the alternative, sanders sanders, was at iowa college, too. >> i talk to young people and i say what do you think about gay
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they look at me like what is the >> reporter: so many young democrats are feeling the burn. >> we're having a great time. thank you. >> reporter: donald trump turned his attention to new hampshire voters speaking to a big crowd in nashua. strums still defending his decision to skip the date in iowa, holding his own. >> somebody doesn't treat you properly you got to be tough, got to be strong. you can't let them push you around. >> i'm a maniac and everyone on this stage is stupid, fat, and the ugly, and ben, you're a terrible surgeon. now that we've gotten the donald trump pores out of the way. >> -- portion out of the way.
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candidate left. >> i was. >> the republicans continue to take their shots at him. >> marco, go rock your caucus. remember, friends don't let friends vote for trump. >> reporter: and trumping you is returning to iowa tomorrow and he will stay through the caucuses. >> thanks, dan. monday is the big one in iowa. ben will be there for the caucus. look for his live reports right here on seven news. a home goes up overnight in graten. when they checked the home they found the bodies of a husband and wife inside. state investigators are looking into a cause. stephanie has more.
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by a vicious fire that killed two people. crews responded just before midnight saying a neighbor called 911, but firefighters didn't initially know there were people inside. >> pop the initial arrival it became that there were people unaccounted for. >> reporter: the flames were too much for crews to handle to try and save anyone. the couple is identified by a husband and wife or a family friend on the ground floor. >> the building was compromised on our arrival, so we weren't able to send firefighters inbounds to try to make any sort of rescue attempt. >> reporter: family members showed up to the home to find almost every possession burned and the structure reduced to its studs. they tried to save what he could of loves who couldn't make it out. they say -- they're having a
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origin and finding a cause. new at four, a man under hospital bed. he is accused of entering a home with a gun and a piece of wood. they attacked the map inside and it led to a fight. the man was shot and killed. the man living in the apartment suffered gunshot wounds. they are looking for two other people they believe are involved. the wildlife refuge in oregon, that is not over. 11 people have been arrested, including the group's leader. many are scheduled to appear in federal court today. meanwhile, police settle up a pair indicated, the driver got out of his car with hands up in the air. the fbi says on two occasions he reached for a gun.
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agents say they have the remaining protesters to leave peacefully. a texas, judge, talking to the teen known as the after win za teen. he appeared in a u.s. court for the first time since, hey and -- since he and his mother were arrested in mexico. his case drew outrage after his defense team successfully completed he was too privileged to know right from wrong. his mother faces charges in texas for hindering the presence of a felon. they arrest released earlier this month on bond and has to wear an ankle monitor. dozens of people rallying again today for the convicted
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netflix series "making a murder." the two men have spent years in prison. it has convince it maybe people fair trial. earlier this month avery got a case. a major makeover, a popular children's toy going under the knife. plus, 7 marathons in 7 days across 7 continents.
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is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health caret so people canr hillary clinton, she has what i'm hillary clinton and i
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barbie dolls will now come in all shanks and sizes. >> that's right. the goal is to make the picture perfect doll look more like the rest of us. >> reporter: since barbie
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almost every job. but one thing that never changed, her figure, until today, when mattel introduced three new barbie types to introduce the real shapes of women. >> i think it's about time that she changed shape. >> reporter: critics have long complained barbie was a -- mattel went on the drawing board. >> society felt she needed to be times. >> reporter: while she remains a best seller for mattel, 92% of all girls have owned one. >> reporter: more and nor are
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want more and they'll spent more. >> reporter: mattel is hoping the new dolls, in the store in march, will help sales. >> live is changing. we all change. we're different colors, shapes, ethnicities. >> reporter: it might be the freshest barbie look ever. >> mattel said it will still the old barb he's and the new investigators ordered online will ship in february. determined to make a difference. this week's class act. some patchy light know marching across boston. at 4:30, a bank manager, what he did to call him on a hero. the zeke virus in the spotlight.
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this is unbelievable. this woman fleet 7 marathons. continents and? seven days. she said a new record time in the course in antarctica. the man from chicago won on the men's side. >> that is incredible. that makes everyone he here feel lazy. that is crazy. >> you run from time to time. i don't know if you've ever done that, though. >> i've run for doughnuts. that's my running.
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you can run outside and train. dry weekend days, both. eventually we start to warm things up. a little bit of snow. the bark is worse than the ability. mixed with raindrops dropping in from the merimac. i don't 18 anything other than a coating, an inch and i don't roadways. and it's a drastic cutoff. just a brief little burst of patchy snow showers. that cold front does move offshore later on this evening. you notice the temps out ahead of that cold. the city, 49, new bedford, 22. there may be a couple ever instances where you have a coating. the neighborhood streets,
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would be about it. close call. huge storm just offshore. we watched it all week. it stayed away from us, behaved itself. a couple of clouds and snow showers the next few hours. front. look at this, chicago, 34. cincinnati at 40. then you hop on the other side of that warm front. kansas city, 64. we won't reach 60 this weekend. tomorrow the numbers are in the upper 30s to low 40s and then on sunday the warm front across through. temperatures sunday reach the low 50s. even monday we're mild. that's not an arctic front. still below normal. tonight an early snow clearing.
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through the day tomorrow, morning sun moving throughout the afternoon. seasonal, still breezy. temperatures 43. boston around 41. wakeville, 43. north of town, merimac valley, upper 30s. more clouds in the afternoon. there might be a flurry from the warm front in jaffrey. monday, the 1st day of february, upper 40s. record warmth next wednesday. temperatures near 60. >> wow. thanks top. let's get a check of the drive home. >> thanks very much. route 93 north of the city by exit 33, medication forward, this is anively proofing situation. we had an an improving situation. looking at the expressway, slow
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the taillights and brake lights, a tough ride. close to an hour commute from downtown boston toward the braintree split. wall that will and burlington, clearing the area of route 128. downtown boston we have plenty of company, northbound 93 heading up to medication forward -- med ford. all right now to this afternoon's class act. students often struggle to figure out exactly what they want to do with their future. >> a girl of 14 is a class act. here is kristin. >> reporter: it was off to greater lawrence tech. >> hi. how you guys doing? i'm from 7 news, my name is krista. out.
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you know! >> reporter: she's a senior. >> congratulations. can i give you a hug? >> of course. shoe she's very well respected. >> she has a good heart. >> reporter: she's a determined young woman and everyone feeds off that. >> she always moves us. >> reporter: she's already a certified cna. >> my mom is a nurse. i really liked it, so i never left. >> reporter: she learned nursing schools in school, but it was her history teacher that nominated her. >> i like to invote questions that can make you think. she'd give me these looks. i knew she had something to share. >> reporter: she has been the coclass president, but she also volunteers at the pediatric center at lawrence hospital, has
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i'mer caregiver. medicine is in her future. >> she will be a doctor for sure. >> i don't remember wanting to be anything else. >> reporter: she'll be happy for a cna until then. >> it's a rewarding job. >> when you smart from cna growing up to being a doctor or -- you know every day, everything. >> she's going to do whatever she wants. nobody's going to stop her. >> reporter: after medical school she would like to study diseases with the hope of one day finding a cure for them. >> all right, if you know a student between sixth and 12th grade outstanding in school, sports or the community nominate them at a fight club ever sorts caught on camera and now at
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jeb bush once stood tall. before his campaign sank like a rock and he started desperately slinging mud on fellow republicans. that's not presidential, jeb. john kasich did cut ohio's taxes. cut state spending. turned a deficit into a surplus. brought back jobs from mexico and china. that's john kasich, that's conservative, and that's presidential. new day for america is responsible for the content of
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. >> reporter: this police report covers details that it's business as usually at the 7-eleven on commonwealth avenue. but it was anything, but that earlier today and police are crediting some good samaritans for jumping into action.
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