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>> we have team coverage. andy is in our manchester studio. we begin with jonathan hall in windham for us. >> senator ted cruz is due to speak at a town hall here at the crossing life church within the next half hour. a line of supporters is out here waiting to be seated and they are waiting inside. ted cruz has wind in his sails after winning in iowa. points. cruz thanked his supporters and insisted this is just the beginning. >> we will continue to campaign the same way. sitting down person to person, leader to leader, vfw hall to dunkin' donuts returning to the
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>> this may have been a bit humbling for the new hampshire front runner donald trump. the real estate mogul leading crew is here in new hampshire by 24 points and that's pretty comforting, but he's been oh so quiet on twitter and struck a humble tone as he admitted he has lost iowa. >> thank you very much. we finished second and i want to 'm just i'm really honored and i want to congratulate ted and i want to congratulate all of the incredible candidates, include mike huckabee that has become a really good friend of mine. so congratulations to everybody. o rubio finished third in iowa, but stronger than expected heels. he arrive in manchester this morning. he is full of confidence as he preps for the new hampshire primary in just a week. >> when i'm a nominee, we will unite our party, we will grow
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hillary clinton or bernie sanders or whoever they nominate. nominate. >> this is ted cruz's only event today. he's due to arrive here any second here. theven he's going to fly out to south carolina to do campaigning himself. >> the new hampshire primary could be crucial for democrats. hillary clinton edging out bernie sanders by a matter of a few votes. our team 7 coverage continues with byron barnett covering the candidate notice new hampshire. byron? >> well, hillary clinton has just taken the stage here in front of a big crowd. now. she just started addressing the group, trying to get them psyched up for a final push here in new hampshire. secretary clinton arrived with
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he was just introducing her a few minutes ago. they are trying to put the spin over the victory over bernie sanders in iowa last night. they put enormous resources in iowa and barely win but clinton and their supporters say as far as they are concerned, a win is a win. >> i am honored to stand in the long line of american reformers who make up our minds that the status quo is not good enough. that standing still is not an option and it brings people together to find ways forward that will improve the lives of americans. americans. >> as for bernie sanders, he didn't win in iowa but he was arrive arriving this morning he said he point.
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as clinton. here in new hampshire sanders has a big lead in the polls and told supporters to stay fired up a week ahead. >> the last midterm election, 80% of young people didn't vote. 80%. i am proud that we are bringing a lot of young people all over this country into the political process that we are revitalizing american democracy. and if we are going to change america, that's what we got to do. do. >> really enthusiastic supporters and waiting for another round of applause. there's a lot of that going on here today. there it is. this is dwg to week. once at a forum tomorrow. then at a debate on thursday and
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that's the latest. >> byron, thanks for the update. as is usually the case after the first contest, we did see contests exit this race. former maryland governor martin o'malley, suspending his campaign last night. and on the republican side mike huckabee failed to turn a 2008 caucus victory into 2016 success, he too ended his bid for president. >> so the numbers of iowa setting the tone for next week's big vote up in new hampshire a week from today. >> and our noon 7 team coverage numbers. they show there are two state. a look at these numbers, andy? >> i'm here in manchester with our pollster that is conducting you are exclusive tracking poll and it shows that republican
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sanders are both big leaders here, though neither won in iowa last night. despite his disappointing finish in iowa, donald trump is still the leader in new hampshire. bernie sanders is 14 and the rest of the republicans are in low single digits. chris christie 5, ben carson 3. we can start connecting the dots on our tracking poll and we are already seeing movement. donald trump is holding steady, but ted cruz is up two points and marco rubio climbed into third place with his increase. there was no change for john kasich or jeb bush. >> you have to say marco rubio has become the candidate for the gop establishment.
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>> well, cruz did win and he should also get a bump, but you bump here? >> probably not, but i'm going to wait and see what our tracking poll shows tomorrow morning. >> it's different story for the democrats here. iowa could not have been closer. new hampshire not so much. bernie sanders is doubling the support hillary clinton gets with 30% and in our tracking a bit of a surprise. a 2% increase for sanders, widening his already huge margin. here is the same question for the democrats. who will gain more from iowa in new hampshire? sanders or clinton? >> i think iowa was good for sanders but it's hard to imagine him gaining more with the huge lead in new hampshire. >> and again, this kind of iowa, new hampshire is a different world for bernie sanders. >> yes, it is. it is close to home being from vermont.
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and we have him by huge margins. >> hillary could lose and she will still be fine. >> she will be fine because south carolina is next and that's better for her. >> our tracking poll will show us more about the influence of the iowa caucus. who got a bounce and who is about to get bounced? i'm andy hiller, 7news. >> don't forget, we will have team 7 coverage all throughout leading up to the new hampshire primary. we have a team of reporters following the teams all the way. >> we are bringing breaking news out of east boston. a car goes off the road, ends up stuck in scaffolding and getting the free is going to be quite the challenge. we have more on these breaking details. vickie what can you tell us? >> they need to bring a cane in actually.
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there were kids in each of the cars. one car ended up wedged underneathr th some scaffolding. they are concerned the scaffolding could collapse. >> there is a real danger of collapse. >> it happened in east boston around 8:30 in the morning. one car stopped to let someone cross the street but the jeep didn't stop losing control after hitting the car. no one was hurt but the way things are there is no way they can move the jeep. >> right now we believe the car is holding the scaffolding up. i think what is going to have to happen is temporary shoring and then we need a crane to take the scaffolding from the top down. >> the billing is an old factory getting converted into a hotel. no workers were here and until the scaffolding comes down, the street and the sidewalk will remain closed. >> right now people can't even walk on the street right now
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that's -- it could be the worst thing. >> the street will be closed for at least seven hours now. that crane isn't even here yet. boston police say the driver of the jeep could be cited for failure to yield. live in east boston, victoria, 7news. >> we are following more news. a quiet neighborhood in worse worcester on edge. police are searching for a suspect in this crime. steve has the latest. >> this was really a violent assault overnight in worcester and at police headquarters we are told this investigation involving detectives is ongoing. it's active, but no arrests. all this while the cab driver that was shot remains in the hospital. >> during the struggle, the cab driver was shot. >> worcester police describing
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cab driver being shot with a robbery attempt. it happened here moments after the 62-year-old male cabbie pulled up in the red cab toyota to pick up a fare. >> he was approached by a male, had his face covered. him. there was a struggle that ensued ensued. >>the victim was transported to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. investigators fan out trying to locate a suspect. it comes on the heels of two similar incidents involving drivers in the city that were robbed. one at knife point and the other involved a gun. it has detectives trying to figure out if they are connected in any way. >> we will look to see if there's a connection. >> we are told the cab driver is listed in stable condition while police continue their investigation, they are turning to the public for happy. they are asking for anyone that saw anything unusual in
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last night. we are live in worcester. >> students at arlington high school are back in class after getting evacuated on to the front lawn. here is some video from sky 7 hd. police arrived at school after the school received a bomb threat. police say the scene is clear. also though, a bomb threat at tucker elementary school in milton. students have been evacuate today a church across the street. police are on the scene investigating the threat of an explosive device. >> temperatures cooler this afternoon, plenty of sunshine.
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>> the groundhog didn't see his shadow when he came out of the bureau. the furry forecaster giving preet dix. but it contradicts another one. >> you called her mr. g. it is miss g. >> so she is single fellow groundhogs out there. >> the official state groundhog. >> the official state groundhog did see her shadow at 10:00 a.m. this morning, this means she's forecasting six more weeks of winter. winter? we haven't had much of it. if it's six more weeks of this weather, we will take right? there. yesterday. about 15 degrees cooler overall. of course we are not going to be in the mid-60s every single day, but we are still above average this time of year. the breeze out of the north, northwest at 10 miles per hour. and we will keep the sun filled skies as we go through the rest
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country. they are making some snow up this morning. take a look at the temperatures in nashville. 70 degrees. this is the warm air that will search up the east coast toward tomorrow and it will come in with the rain and gusty wind. we will be back on the milder side, but it won't be as nice thanks to the rain moving in. 50. it doesn't feel like winter just yet. 27-34 tonight. and then the rain chance ramping up tomorrow in the afternoon, especially late afternoon, into the evening hours. pretty much a lock that all of us will get rain in here by day's end. and still some showers along the coastline by thursday morning. for more on the storm now, over to daniel. >> thanks, the storm system is over the plains moving into the upper great lakes region. and it is bringing a lot of snow with it. blizzard warnings for all of
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from nebraska all the way up to southern minnesota. >> if you traveling to any of areas in red, you will have a hard time with that. this is how much snow they are get anything the great lakes region. up to 18 inches of snow in nebraska and up to southern minnesota up to a foot possible. also today watching the risk for severe weather to the upper great lakes. the greatest chance for severe weather in alabama, mississippi, tennessee, where even tornados and damage ing winds. now, that storm moves our way as tomorrow. we will only see the rain and for how much we can expect and more on that, back to you. >> it looks like a half inch to an inch of rain coming across southern new england. midwest. the winds will kick out of the
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gusty southerly wind and the heaviest of the rain late afternoon through the evening hours. front sets up to the east of us on thursday. still could be a few showers running along the coastline. overall mostly cloudy skies and we quiet things down to end the week on friday and head into the weekend on the dry side. really ramping up the rain chance. thinking it is a dry morning commute and we will likely start to see the rain developing. degrees. and we will be close to it but it takes until 9:00 at night, so the temperatures continuing to rise throughout the day. so we won't reach the high temperatures until the evening. so we will start off a little cool in the morning. the mild air will arrive late in the day. seven forecast, back closer to seasonal levels by friday and the weekend looking dry with degrees. >> some wild weather in southern
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through the roof of a restaurant here. high winds making the 150 foot tree come barrelling down and it just missed four people eating out on the patio. the restaurant was badly damaged but thankfully no one was hurt. >> very fortunate there. >> straight ahead, world health organization addressing the zika congress doesn't regulate
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wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place by a corrupt political system where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, join the fight
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>> concerns continuing to spread over the zika virus. health officials declaring a worldwide health emergency. this virus linked to birth defects. >> if it's not stopped soon it u.s. >> the world health organization declaring an international emergency over the spread of the zika virus. it has been linked to microcephali in brazil. the emergency session was to evaluate the outbreak after a number of cases were linked to the birth defect that results in abnormally small heads. >> all agree on the urgent need to coordinate international understand this relationship better. >> the w.h.o. says it could be 6-9 months before that
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there could be as many as 4 million cases of zika in the next year and margaret khan said there are several methods to avoid getting the disease. >> the most important are the control of mesquite stow populations and mosquito bites in at-risk individuals, especially pregnant women. >> the last time an merge emergency designation was used was back in 2014 over the ebola outbreak. the world healed organization was criticized to what was its slow response to ebola. >> it was last week officials confirmed one case of zika virus here in massachusetts in a man america. >> doggy danger.
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>> firefighter notice california coming to the rescue of a puppy dog trapped in a building. >> she called the fire department and crews found him stuffed in the shaft of an old packing plant. so they lowered a firefighter into the hole and grabbed the puppy that they named valentine. >> it was a basement that had a shaft to it and he was at the bottom of the shaft and he had no way of getting out. >> so he says valentine is healthy and will be up for adoption if his owner doesn't claim him in a few days. >> someone will claim that little fella. >> also in california, 92-year-old veteran is battling back against a would-be burglar, an ax-wielding intruder, no match for this world war ii veteran took out his gun. he wasn't afraid to use it, firing off one round before that guy took off. >> there was a guy in the ax
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the conclusion, being a sunday, he would assume people would be going shopping and going to church and no one would be home, you know? >> who robs with an ax? >> we have much more to come in the next half hour. we have continuing coverage of the countdown to the new hampshire primary with a team of reporters following the canned dailies as d -- candidates as state. >> from town hall meetings, we have live coverage straight ahead. >> sun filled skies this afternoon tracking plenty of raindrops tomorrow by late
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>> we begin at 12:30 with the campaign push in new hampshire. all eyes are on the granite state. political shake ups in iowa setting the stage for today. >> a lot happening, drama building with both political parties as the race for the white house looks toward the next big hurdle. thanks for sticking with us. it was an exciting evening in iowa, but the candidates wasting no time. it is on to new hampshire. >> they and their families have poured in. they are starting events as early as today. senator ted cruz holding a town hall meeting right now. cruz has winds in his sails with his big win in iowa beating donald trump by four points. he thanked his supporters saying this is just the beginning for him. >> we'll continue to campaign the same way sitting down, person to person, leader to leader, vfw to dunkin' donuts, returning to the great state of new hampshire. >> cruz's win may have been a
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hampshire front runner donald trump. tracking polls shows the real estate mogul is leading polls by 24 points. he has been quiet on twitter and did strike a bit of a humble tone as he admitted his loss in iowa. >> we finished second and i want to tell you something, i'm honored. i'm really honored. and i want to congratulate ted and all of the incredible candidates including mike huckabee that has become a really good friend of mine. >> senator marco rubio finishing third in iowa. his performance stronger than expected on trump's heels. arriving with his family this morning. >> when i'm a nominee, we will unite our party, we will grow our party and we will defeat hillary clinton or bernie sanders or whoever they nominate. >> op the depp side new
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crucial where hillary clinton edged out bernie sanders by a number of votes in iowa. our team coverage continuing with byron barnett at a hillary event right now. >> that's right. hillary clinton has been on the stage. she is she's been speaking for about a half hour now in nash was -- nashua. secretary clinton showed up here with her husband president bill clinton that introduced her. they are trying to put the best spin on their razor thin victory over bernie sanders in iowa last night. the clinton campaign put enormous resource notice iowa and barely win, but as far as they are concerned, a win is a win. >> i can tell you, i've won and i've lost there. it's a lot better to win and its it's also a great tribute to the
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and we are bringing all that energy, all that excitement, all that determination right here to new hampshire where we are going to work hard up until the primary next week. >> and as far as bernie sanders is concerned, he didn't win in iowa last night but he was acting like a winner. arriving in new hampshire this morning, sanders got the news that he lost to hillary clinton by less than 1% point. sanders is putting his best spin on that. pointing out he won nearly as many delegates as clinton did and here in new hampshire where sanders has a big lead in the polls, he told support er ers to stay fired up for the week ahead. >> in the last election, the midterm election, 80% of young people didn't vote. 08%. i am very proud that we are bringing a whole lot of young people all over this country into the political process, that we are revitalizing american
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change america, that's what we got to do. >> this will be an intention political week here. clinton and sanders will be crossing paths three times this week. tomorrow at a forum, later in the week at a debate and finally after that at a political dinner. so get ready for a wild, hampshire. i'm byron barnett, 7news. >> so what's happen anything iowa much different than the polling in the new hampshire primary. we have exclusive poll numbers show two clear front-runners in the granite state. despite his disappointing finish in iowa, donald trump is still the leader in new hampshire with 38% of the vote. ted cruz second with 14. marco rubio 10% and john kasich
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chris christie 5%. carson and fiorina 3% each, ran paul and undecided right now 2%. >> donald trump holding steady. ted cruz a couple points and marco rubio with the increase. no change at all for john kasich or jeb bush. >> hillary clinton winning by less than a percentage point but there is more space between the candidates here in new hampshire. bernie sanders is at 63%. still doubling the support hillary clinton is getting at 30%. a 2% increase for bernie sanders widening the huge margin. the tracking poll combines three days of polling, so not much of this includes new hampshire voters reacting to the results we saw in iowa. >> we will of course bring you the latest numbers from the exclusive seven news poll.
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there for us every day at 6:45 on 7news new england. we have a team of reporters covering all of the campaigns every step of the way. >> 7news turning to your forecast. maybe the calm before the storm. we have a mild day in the city, but it sounds like some changes come midweek. heavy rain, maybe some changes on the horizon there. so let's check in with meteorologist chris lambert to see how it times out. >> we are talking rain with this storm. no cold air to be found across southern new england. yes, it is cooler, but temperatures running mid to upper 40s, holding close to 50 degrees this afternoon. so a very pleasant afternoon and a clear and calm evening tonight. and then eventually the clouds increase late overnight tonight. and the rain will arrive tomorrow. the heaviest and steadiest late afternoon into the evening, so i do expect it to be an all-rain event across much of southern new england. you take a look at the
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that's going to occur late in the storm. we are talking the evening temperatures into the upper 50s. boston's record for tomorrow, 59 degrees. we will be close to record warmth tomorrow evening. winds gusting to 40 miles per hour. late afternoon and into the evening. rain totals about a half inch to an inch. the seven-day forecast ahead. >> also on seven, a congresswoman trying to put an end to swatting, becoming a victim her search in melrose and not the only political figure targeted by one of these hoaxes. >> the melrose swat team swarmed this home inside congresswoman kathryn clark and her family. police responding to the call someone was shooting. but it terps -- turns out she was the victim of a prank call. joke. >> neighbors upset and melrose police want answers.
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when fake emergencies are reported causing swat teams to get sent out to unsuspecting homes and businesses. the congresswoman clearly isn't the only victim. just last week, the mayor was also targeted. a computerized voice called d ed -- 9d 1 giving his address saying multiple shots fired. congresswoman clark remains committed pushing for newaws saying no mother should have to answer the door to the police in the mid of the night and fear for her family's safety because an anonymous person disagrees with her. >> melrose police are taking it seriously and they continue their investigation. victoria warren, 7news. >> two alleged bank robber notice court after sending police on a high speed chase. this started in the rockland
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when the suspects took off, the police chief followed them. the second police chief threw down spikes popping the front tires. and since they were still on their tail, they sent them into a tail spin. >> i heard it as the vehicles were approaching, i stopped traffic and deployed the stop sticks. >> police arrested the suspects shortly after and luckily no one was hurt. >> another public meeting on the nbta's proposed fare hikes will be held in the transportation building in boston and set to begin at 7:00. they are facing a $442 billion dollar budget gap. >> the island will help the species repopulate but they are concerned the snakes could swim
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the governor citing experts saying it is unlikely the snakes would survive if they managed to make a mistake. >> a little girl with the knack for shredding. we check out her serious skills. >> great balance right there. we are waiting for more natural snow. we will not find it over the next seven days.
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of the day. she barely knows how to walk, but this 14 month old toddler from utah is learning to sled on a snowboard. her parents modified the snowboard to fit her legs when she was barely a year old. when she finally hit the slopes, they say she loves it. look at that face. >> and you know she has nowhere to go. she is locked and i hope someone is there at the end to catch her. >> where is the helmet? >> not to be a kill joy, but that is adorable. >> she only has 8-10 inches to fall and you fall in the snow. 14 months old. we don't have much snow over the next seven days but as we get into next week the pattern does favor colder air and perhaps a
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country as we get into next week. taunton yesterday, 67 degrees. norwood 67 degrees. providence 66 degree. that was a record in providence. boston 65. one degree shy of 66. very mild air in place. even at this noon time today, temperatures well above the average. mid to upper 40s. we will take that, couldn't buy that day last february as we didn't hit 40 degrees once all month long. temperature change from 24 hours ago. groundhog day last year we got 16.2 inches of snow in boston. we will enjoy the temperatures running a couple of degrees either side of 50 through the afternoon with the light breeze at hand. 27 to 34 overnight tonight. clouds increase, that will foreshadow the rainstorm that will move in tomorrow afternoon.
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of problems with a lot of heavy snow across the midwest. >> the storm is moving over the plains into the upper midwest as we head into the afternoon and into tonight. all these areas in red are under blizzard warnings from nebraska up to southern minnesota and travel is being affected. lots of snow, winds, limited visibility and in pink, you can see these are winter storm warnings and this shade of purple are less severe winter weather advisories. as far as snow totals, by the time these areas are all said and done, they could see up to a foot of snow in up to southern minnesota and then up to 18 inches of snow in parts of kansas and nebraska. so a lot of snowfall. and then also severe weather is a threat from the gulf coast up to the ohio river valley into the great lakes region with the greatest risk for severe weather in mississippi, alabama, tennessee, today they could even see some tornados. this storm is moving towards us
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for the impact it will have for you and i, back to you. >> we will get a half inch to an inch across the area. this is mostly north of 495. the morning commute will be dry for the most part. i think the afternoon commute, especially north and west of boston is a different story as we see steady rain stretching throughout much of the metro area, southern new hampshire. this will continue into the evening. we will also kick in the strong winds out of the south. that drags into the mild air. late into the day and the evening hours. about a half inch to an inch of rain, widespread and the wind will be gusty in the evening out of the south, southwest. occasionally gusting close to 35 to 40 miles per hour and it's dragging in the mild air. the record high in boston, 59 degrees. if we do come close to it, probably wouldn't happen to about 8:00, 9:00, 10:00 in the evening.
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with this storm and the rush of mild air holds off until the end of the day. thursday, still a mild day, starting off near 50 degrees. well cool down to seasonal level ones friday. overall the weekend looking dry. there is a potential by early next week, monday night, tuesday, to track a storm, but until then it looks dry for the weekend. >> thank you, a little girl sending a simple and sweet message to her local police
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>> a little girl sending a special message to the police department in pennsylvania. she sent them this wonderful handwritten letter straight to the chief. >> you don't get those handwritten letters any more. now the department is saying thank you and giving this little girl a chance to meet some of her heroes. >> how are you? >> good. >> good. do you want to sit down? >> what started out as a school
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sabrina campbell into the police station face to face with the chief. >> such a great thing you did, we appreciate it. >> she's far from trouble. she sent this letter to the police department where she safe. >> very humbling to read this, especially from a child. it means so much to us to see something like this and i think this letter is not just for our police department, it's for every police department out there. >> she said pick a hero and write a letter to them. so she picked the local police officers. she writes people don't normally thank police officers, but it seems like the right thing to do. >> normally they don't get a thank you note every day from people that like they do stuff
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>> the innocence of it and the genuine sincerity of it is something that -- it's -- it's why we do this, really. there's something like this. the letter can keep you going for years. >> since one kind gesture deserves another, she made sure she didn't leave empty handed. >> this is the patch we wear on our arm. one is the american flag and one is the department patch. you can keep those, okay? >> sarah french, 7news. >> what a singing sensation. a young boy with his edition of adelle's song.
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>>the adelle says her song is off the limit. off limits that is. >> she's voting no for using her songs. the latest singer is the latest to say she is not giving any candidates from using her music. donald trump did use "rolling in
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>> you might think if you are not watching you are hearing the british singer belting out the tune, but that's an 11-year-old boy singing her hit "hello." his mom recorded the performance after he impressed so many family and friends. it's been upload today youtube and has been seen many times and has thousands of likes. >> my prediction is he will be on stage with adelle. >> mountain dew likely the front-runner to create the most bizarre ad for super bowl. they posted this on twitter. showing the star of the ad. it looks like the mix afterbaby, a monkey, a horse, maybe a space alien. this is the first super bowl ad in 16 years. >> okay. and another super bowl commercial, weinerdogs dressed as hot dogs.
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field to family members dress up as ketchup and mustard of course. the campaign is called meet the ketchup. >> we could not let these go by. >> i saved it to the end. up. >> he probably had a long list of them, right? >> take a look at temperatures running into the low 50s. so a little cooler than yesterday, but still nice for this time of year. increasing clouds tonight. a couple of showers near the coastline on thursday in the morning, quiet into the weekend. >> it's fortunate for everybody, we are out of time. >> thanks for watching. >> i'm chris anderson. 7news continues first at 4:00. have a great afternoon. >> bye. today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth
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this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall street, corporate america, wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the only way they are defeated is when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough." i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. [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. [agent] hey brendan. living room. [dad] hey. [mother] hey sweetie. [dad] sorry about that. what about this? this looks good. [brendan] no. [mother] isn't it so great?i
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