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after a score clerk is violently tacked with a box cut -- attacked with a box cutter. >> it was between a custody and a store clerk. the customer picked up a sharp object like a box cutter. >> reporter: when police arrived, a suspect, said the 25-year-old was being held down by store customers who witnessed the attack and jumped into action. while they subdued him and called 911, never think about helping the clerk who cut his nose and other injuries. >> he was bleeding. he bends down andy told one of my buddies to call 911. >> reporter: detectives were on the scene for hours friday collecting evidence from the
the medical center and treated for nonlife -- nonnon. -- nonlife-threatening injuries nonlife-threatening injuries. he's facing assault and battery with assault with battery to rob. police say they have good evidence. what happened in there is all caught on security cameras. police in manhattan, new hampshire, is wanted -- manchester. police say he was involved in a shooting at a hotel last night. a man from boston suffered a nonlife-threatening injuries nonlife-threatening injuries to his neck. crews in franklin, new hampshire, responding to an
it had four apartments. officials were evacuating when they got there. one firefighter suffered minor injuries. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. the family of a marine in hawaii is thanking others for support. the ma ren and 12 others are presumed dead. no survivors were found. >> people on the town line lined the streets and waved flags to show support for that family. the family issued a jury foreperson sager:
multiple car crash that happened last year. the case has been dismissed. the family members of the woman who died in the crash filed the suit. jenner's attorney declined to respond. there was a set. the sport utility vehicle year. one of the cars flew into oncoming traffic and killed the driver. he's not criminally at risk, but will face another lawsuit by another person in the accident. an emergency spending well, proposes up to $400 million for aid for money for bottled water and unfilters. it will help the city with water and testing and monitoring. now two sink hills opened up in oregon. one took out lanes on a highway. both opened up within a short period of time.
in flames after it flew off an overpass and crashed on too near freeway below. two pemmaraju were in the truck and were able to climb out without any injuries. a cracker barrel crack outin albuquerque, into mexico. the man allegedly slipped. police say the man was wanted for a number of crimes in the past month. - the manager saw the person coming and held the door shut. police are searching for a herery. >> reporter: it was a typical morning at the bank in north carolina. the manager sees a man dressed in all black running across the
the bank. >> the manager grabs did door and kind of enters a little game of tug-of-war. >> reporter: the game opens a little, but the manager holds on. >> the suspect produce is a small black semiautomatic handgun and begins to strike the door with the handgun and the manager doesn't give up. the suspect does give up. >> and he reasons off without ever making it into the bank. >> reporter: bang employees had already pushed the button and in a minute police were there found the explosion frazzled. >> if the suspect made it into the bank you never know what would happen. he's obviously agitated, had a gun. it could have been much worse if he made it into the bank. >> the manager is a hero and i've life insurance told him so. >> police are searching for the suspected would-be robber.
city, a coach fired after video surfaced of two boys fighting and the coach stood by and did nothing. 212-year-old boys whaling on each other as their coach standing by doing seemingly nothing to break it up. towards the end of the video the coach ushers one of the boys off camera. >> it's very unacceptable. you're a grown man. you're supposed to be a role model for these kids. >> reporter: this man is a father of one of the kids. his son came home complaining of pain. >> i had to take him to the hospital and the doctor said he has a little muscle problem. >> reporter: he saw the video on facebook posted by another boy and was furious. the fire coach has been fired.
lawyer he'll figure out if a lawsuit will be filed. >> many things have to be `investigated. >> reporter: the coach has been fired and the investigation is well under way. >> left1: superman saves the day. he was wearing a superman costume, but sprang into action when he heard screams and a woman was being mugged. he wrestled the man to the ground and waited until police arrived. >> she said that man just robbed my purse. i looked at him. i just chased him out. everybody was pointing at him saying it was him, it was him. >> reporter: authorities arrested a 54-year-old man in the incident and thanks to
also on 7, recalling paint, it can flake off the hood of the cars and can rust over time. they'll notify owners and replace the lapses for free starting in february. a band causing trouble. this man has been a raider's fan. after hearing the team might move to san jose he hopes to single-handedly tried to change that. he swooped in an and changed the name for the san antonio raiders. >> it was available, so we filled out the application and locked it in that night. that is my thinking. now it will cost them financially if they want to move stop the move. >> he said it was tough when they moved, but when the raiders moved back to oakland it was one
life. it's not the popemobile but one of the cars the pope road in last year will be up for auction. that starts this weekend. ahead on 7 news, he was hit by a car and missing more than a month so how did police track him down. ahead, tracking down a
man who escaped federal customer. he's behind bars. details on his arrest ahead on 7
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to an emotional reunion. >> reporter: it's a story about a dog named jessie. he is safe and sound with his
owner, but what you don't know is he was missing in the woods for 37 days. it all started on the night of of -- he was hit by a driver. >> his will to survivor was incredible. >> reporter: the fire department used thermal imaging cameras to search for him. >> we couldn't find him with cameras, flashlights, the help of the police or anyone else. >> reporter: days turned into weeks, weeks turned into more than a monthly with no sign of him. >>, but then, something miraculous happened, a lead to
>> when we arrived on scene we asked the description and the description we were giving matched him. >> reporter: lo and behold, 37 days later we get a call from the police department. it was a miracle. >> reporter: he was found on a frozen pond. he is suffering from an affection in his hip, but says this strong dog will get through anything. i'm adam williams, 7 news. >> the owner is starting a fund to pay for his recovery. a celebrity showing support for a little boy with a devastating disease. light shower and flurries the next several hours. numbers coming up next. ahead at 5:00, protesters in
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it will ensure that all seniors can retire with dignity and respect. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. a few clouds and patches of flurries moving through the boston area. not a big deal. the snowflakes can hit the 39-degree air and are vaporized. in terms of your evening commute being slowed down it won't be because of the weather. it's a narrow little band of snow
activity moving down the southshore. the air is drying out in the merimac as well as back through
pockets of shower activity across southern new england. that will fade away this evening. boston 39, plymouth, 43. new bedford, 42. this pulls away from new england an we turn
our attention west, young man. it's a warm front over here and this will deliver much warmer air into new england by the end of the weekend and early next week. you notice on the cool side of that warmup, buffalo 33, detroit 31, nashville, 51, ck, 54. warm air to be had in this january. tomorrow, we start the day with sunshine. clouds show up tomorrow afternoon. upper 40s. tomorrow night.
sunday features a mix of sunshine and clouds. temperatures monday in the lower 50s. yes. there's a cool front on the map as well. this is not an arctic front. the pattern for the next six to eight days loaded with mild air. tonight an early flurry, chilly degrees, temperatures between 26 and 31. after midnight, temperatures in the lower 30s. i'm not worried about a flash freeze with any of those melting snowflakes. seasonal, breezy. attleboro, 42. north of town upper 30s to around 40. worcester hills, 38. on the cape and the lends, islands. again, tomorrow 30s and 40s and then on sunday, upper 40s and low 50s.
about 36, 37. boston, 30 degrees. your seven on seven forecast, look at that. tuesday, i think there's going to be a rare sea breeze with coastal airs, including boston. >> we're okay with that. let's go with joe. are we okay with the roads? >> we are on 93 southbound anyway. the tunnel we're worried about is 93 northbound heading towards the saugus bridge. traffic leading away from the camera on the left side. dealing with a 40 minute ride. it's been a very slow ride there as well. routeing one northbound, we have plenty of company going up to the saugus area. towards lynn field, pockets of
still a 40 minute ride from this boon from boston towards braintree. 128. in today's health cast, a new way to avoid obesity involving place a balloon in their stomach. while the procedure is simple, doctors say it's not a cure for, oh best tee. >> the balloon will not work effectively unless you do it in the setting of a comprehensive weight loss program, which includes a lot of behavior, and diets and support. >> the procedure is only recommended for people who are obese. they say your eyes are your window to your soul, but eyes can be a sign of a greater
>> she noticed her son's eyes in pictures. >> he's the happiest baby you would ever meet. >> like all proud parents she wanted to catch every moment of her baby's life. >> constantly taking pictures. okay, i'm like pictures, we got to move on. we were just in the grocery store. let's go. >> reporter: there was a recurring glow in his eye. >> it looks like a tiny flashlight. >> reporter: she thought it was because of a low quality phone. she got a nicer camera for christmas and the glow still appeared. >> his eye was going. >> he has down syndrome and cataracts are common. she said that was it, but she was wrong. the diagnosis after his
it was the flash reflected off the tumor. he is receiving therapy right now. this type of treatment, 99% success race. if there wouldn't have been the glimmer in the eye, if it won't go away time to see a doctor. a picture is worth a thousand words and you can be sure his parents will never look at a picture the same way again. >> no, the first thing i'll be looking at is eyes. >> his doctors say he has a 99% chance ever recovering from that cancer. ahead, the latest
little bit, ryan. casey afleck, the film "the fine eggs hours" hit the thee. the movie is based on a real knight rescue off the cape by the coast guard in 1952. >> to do it where it actually happened especially.
>> shots of cape cod in 1952. it looks like when i grew up on the cape every summer, seeing the cape transformed back in time, it was really beautiful. >> he says the shots made him happier than any movie he's ever been in. >> it's a good movie. i want to see how chris rock is with the access. >> i'm still working on mine. >> i'm just going to say wicked cool all the time. >> not yet. much more to come in the
>> 7 news at five started now. breaking news news about a deadly pursuit of a man shot and killed. also breaking news, one of three men at the break out of a central california prison
is back in custody. it didn't take long for police to catch up to him. snow showers fade away. get ready for a dry weekend. in the race for the white house, donald trump turning his attention to new hampshire and bragging about his boycott of the iowa debate. the question is did it help or hurt his campaign. the mosquito virus. what doctors say you need to know to protect yourself. we begin tonight with breaking news surrounding a show of deadly force.