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the agency has cut the deficit. what they c do with that money that might impact your morning commute. >> christa: and a u.s. student detained in north korea for nearly two months now confessing to a crime. >> and the oscar go to... "spotlight." >> for original screenplay. >> sarah: waking up winners, the boston-based movie taking home top honors at the oscars. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good monday morning, everybody. thanks for waking up with us, i'm sarah french. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. i'm only speaking for myself, but in the quite firing on all cylinder. it's a classic monday. i think that the weekend weather has something to do with it. it was so intoxicating. it was so nice. >> sarah: it was beautiful, chris, absolutely gorgeous. >> chris: and it goes by way too fast. i can't believe monday morning is already here. we keep the nice weather in here. yesterday perfect outside, right? temperatures into the upper 50s with that sunshine.
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starting off this monday morning, 44 in boston, 39 in worcester. even at this hour, above the average high for this time of year. we'll deal with a passing shower or two through the day. otherwise theme here is mild air and look at that, close to 60 degrees as we go through this afternoon. breeze, as well, kicking in out of the southwest at times that breeze will be gusting 25 to 35mph. so a passing shower or two today. dry on tuesday. we really ramp up that rain chance once again on wednesday. looks like a good soaking rain. dry on thursday. then it looks like a late week storm is just to the south of us. however, we do deal with some colder weather by the end of the week. we'll have more on that first coming up. track traffic with danielle gersh. good morning, everyone. happy monday to you. let's head outside. here's a look at the zakim bridge, leverett connector. heading into town, no major issues to tell you about. let's go to the maps. 39 southbound, route 1 heading
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you see some slowing going into somerville. this is from earlier construction. the expressway from braintree to boston, that drive just ten minutes. south of town, route 3, 24, 95, all green. so no delays there. the pike from framingham eastbound into boston looking good so far this morning. let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. ten minutes on the expressway, into town on the pike from 128, that drive just 12 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 11 minutes. if you're taking the "t" this morning, it's on time. back to you, guys. >> christa: happening today, the man accused of killing a virginia police officer and another person is due in court. >> sarah: that rookie officer originally from new hampshire was shot and killed. her first day on the job. officer ashley guindon grew up just minutes north of the massachusetts border in merrimack, new hampshire. 7's victoria warren has more. >> victoria: merrimack high school graduate and marine corps reservist ashley guindon gunned down in virginia on her first
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>> she had just been sworn in as a police officer hours beforehand, never really had the opportunity to give us an idea about what her promises were and what her potential was. it's such a tragic, tragic thing, for us as a law enforcement family, but even more so for surviving loved ones. >> victoria: guindon never served for the merrimack police, but they had the sad job of notifying her mom and her aunt, helping them with their luggage and bringing them to the airport for the trip to virginia. neighbors stopping by with flowers and heavy hearts. >> very sad to see someone so young get killed. >> victoria: saturday ashley and two other officers were called to a home. when they got there, someone opened fire. all three were hit. ashley died at the hospital. police arresting ronald hamilton, saying they also found his wife's body inside the home. in merrimack, the department wants ashley's family the know they will do everything they can for him. >> a little piece of us dies in
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to know this is a individual that's a member of our larger merrimack community family makes it even more difficult to reconcile locally. years old. she graduated from merrimack high school back in 2005. the principal says they plan to honor her with a moment of silence. live this morning in merrimack, new hampshire, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: police in dartmouth shooting a man they say ran at them with a knife. this happened sunday after officers tried to make an arrest in connection with a domestic violence incident. the suspect was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive, we're told. right now police are investigating what they call a suspicious death in chelsea. officers say they found a 34-year-old man on a sidewalk over the weekend. they say he was beaten very badly. he was taken to the hospital where he later died. neighbors say they're scared because they don't know exactly what happened here.
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when you see the cops out here and they're searching backyards. you ask them what's happening, should by worried? nope, don't worry about nothing. >> christa: police officers found the man by accident when they were responding to a different call in that neighborhood. >> sarah: in the race for the white house, a new poll shows hillary clinton is holding a single-digit lead in massachusetts ahead of super tuesday. a suffolk university poll gives clinton a 50% to 42% lead over bernie sanders. and the democratic presidential candidates are bound for the bay state today in the last full day of campaigning ahead of the state's presidential primary. 7's byron barnett is in springfield where clinton will make her first stop of the day. >> that's right. you know, as you said, 12 states will be voting on super tuesday. for the democrats, massachusetts is one of the key states. hillary clinton has been leading in the polls, but bernie sanders isn't too far behind. he still believes he has a shot. that's why both candidates are here in the bay state on the day
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massachusetts taking center stage on the day before super tuesday. hillary clinton and bernie sanders locked in a tight race here, each rallying voters at events today. on sunday, clinton turned her focus to donald trump. >> i believe that america is great, right now. what we need is to be whole. >> byron: meanwhile, sanders who finds himself trailing in several super tuesday states kept hitting clinton on her ties to wall street. this is what i think: if you're getting to get paid $200,000 for a speech, must be a pretty damn good speech. >> byron: the weekend ended on a high note for donald trump. >> i am pleased to endorse donald trump for the presidency of the united states. >> byron: he picked up the endorsement of alabama senator jeff session, a republican known for his opposition to illegal immigration, but trump did face criticism after failing to disavow former ku klux klan interview.
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you condemn them and you don't want their support. >> i have to look at the group. you may have groups in there that would be totally fine and it would be very unfair. >> byron: after the interview trump disavowed duke, but marco rubio pounced. >> there is no place in the conservative movement for david duke, wu-tang ku klux klan or hatred and bigotry in america. >> byron: trump will most likely be the big winner tomorrow, according to john kasich, but he's holding out hope for another big showing in new england. >> if the people in massachusetts give me a boost, it will make a significant difference. so i'm hoping massachusetts will be real positive for us. >> byron: after her event in springfield this morning, hillary clinton will move on to another event in boston around noontime. her husband, president bill clinton, will also be campaigning for her later. that will be in worcester.
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rally in milton tonight, and the only republican in the state today campaigning, that's john kasich. he will be in plymouth. that's the latest live from springfield this morning, i'm byron barnett, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: remember, 7news is your home for super tuesday. we'll have live coverage on air and online with a team of reporters. plus you can get updates on the go with our 7news mobile app. >> shyann: breaking news from overnight. for the first time we're now hearing from the university of virginia student detained in north korea. he's pleading for help today. >> i have made the worst mistake of my life, but please, save me. please. think of my family. >> christa: the man confessed to a hostile act. he's accused of trying to steal a sign with a political
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the north koreans say the 21-year-old was encouraged to do so by a secretive university society and the c.i.a. new this morning, tamerlan tsarnaev apparently passed the u.s. citizenship test three months before the boston marathon bombing. according to federal documents obtained by "the boston globe," the older tsarnaev brother denied any links to terrorism and swore his allegiance to the united states. the information is included in more than 650 previously confidential files. tsarnaev was killed, of course, during the manhunt in watertown. and that paperwork, by the way, also mentions tsarnaev's friend ieb rahim todashev. he was denied a green card in 2011 but received one in 2013. according to those records, todashev told officials he left massachusetts in september 2011. he allegedly helped tsarnaev kill tree men in waltham during that same month. abf.b.i. agent killed todashev
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orlando one month after the boston marathon bombings. >> sarah: the mbta is really getting back on track. today the tran silt agency is set to announce a drop in the sef it is, which will allow them to put that money toward improvement projects. 7's kris anderson joins us with kris? >> kris: sarah, pretty significant develop. mbta officials are expected to announce they've cut the deficit by more than 40%. this will allow them to strengthen service during the storms and fix the aging signal systems. the deficit savings coming from a few different sources. the mbta is paying less overtime to workers and they're getting increased revenue from advertisements and other sources. the possible cuts could also include the end of late-night service, which would save another $9 million. the mbta is set to vote on fare increases, by the way, next week, and officials say despite the savings, a hike needed to reduce the billions in maintenance backlogs.
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plans which could raise fares by as much as 10%. critics say the savings show the mbta can dig out of its financial problems without forcing riders to pay dramatically more in fares. that's the latest live in the control room, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: kris, thank you. boston city councilors will hold a public hearing today to talk about northeastern's decision to allow university police to carry semi-automatic rifles. the controversial move and the meeting is set to begin at 5:00 tonight at city hall. boston police and some city councilors say northeastern police do not need these kinds of weapons. school officials say the rifles would only be used in emergency situations. >> carlos:. >> sarah: much more ahead on "today in new england." two people are struck in the street in worcester. what police know about the driver who left the scene. >> sarah: and heading back to port early again. what's causing that cruise ship damage in a storm earlier this morning that cut short its latest trip. >> sarah: and in thelight, the
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investigation into priest abuse takes home the oscar for best picture. we'll have the highlights from movie's biggest night. >> chris: beautiful spring weather yesterday. mild air continues into this monday morning. good morning, everyone. we track a line of showers to the west of us that. will give us a passing shower or two throughout the day. but once again, temperatures well into the 50s if not close to 60 degrees. take a look at the seven-day forecast coming up. >> danielle: good morning, everyone. happy monday to you. here's a look at the expressway. ten minutes from braintree to boston to be expressway northbound. no major issues out there. if you're taking the "t" this morning, it's on time. we'll be right back. put more fun in your day with ice-cream-flavored coffees at dunkin' donuts. go for delicious flavors like butter pecan, cookie dough, or new pistachio. enjoy one today. america runs on dunkin'. i do everything on the internet. but, it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in
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on the grill. but i have a low threshold to get outside and grill. i'll dig that out of two feet of snow and fire it up sometimes in the middle of winter. hey, we've had a lot of good grilling winter weather this year. 34 days this winter, talking december, january and february, of above 50 degrees. today we will be the 35th before we close the book on meteorological winter here. 44 in boston. 44 in plymouth. 42 in orange. 39 in worcester. we have clear skies right now. the clear sky doesn't last all day long, though. we have a front to the west of us. so the mild air today also is passing showers. and we do have some more clouds working in. now, it looks a little ominous west of us. i don't think it will be the huge wall of water that works in. some of it will tend to fade apart and break apart as it works into western and central new england. here. i think the best chance any time between about noon and about 4:00 p.m., maybe even 5:00 p.m. of a passing shower or two, and
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and then we clear out overnight tonight. so i don't expect a lot of rain out of this system. however, we could get a good shot of rain in here late tuesday night into wednesday. that may initially start off as a little bit of sleet and freezing rain, northern worcester county, up through the mark shields valley, up into southern new hampshire where predominantly this will be a rain event and the the heaviest of that rain working in on wednesday morning, overnight tuesday enter wednesday morning. take a look across the country. no brutally cold air. 33 in minneapolis. not a big deal out there. 56 in chicago. we will have some cooler air working in from the midwest. so we have that rainstorm working in late tuesday night and into wednesday. and then there's another storm we'll be watching for late in the week. and all indications right now most, of them, are that it's a little far south to bring us snow up into southern new england some forecast when you see it on the seven day is couching that this storm is staying far enough to the south and east as of now. we'll keep an eye on things and see if it progresses further to the north. that's the latest on the
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it does look cool. i'm assured of that. as we look into the seven-day forecast. 56 to 62 this afternoon, no cold air in place this afternoon as once again we take a run at 60 degrees. 26 to 34 overnight tonight. partly cloudy and cooler and breezy. and then tomorrow the forecast, mostly sunny skies. cooler, temperatures back into the 40s. still a nice day. march coming in more like a lamb tomorrow. temperatures 40ss with sunshine. wind-driven rain there into wednesday morning and then thursday, friday and saturday, much colder air in place again. we'll keep an eye on that storm. right now we'll keep it dry. >> sarah: thanks, chris. the stars are celebrating in hollywood. >> christa: host chris rock not wasting a moment before diversity. then on to handing out the coveted statues. kris, you have a look back. >> kris: hollywood's biggest night came with enough drama the win its own award, starting from the controversy over the
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an upset in the evening's biggest category. >> "spotlight." >> kris: the title described the moment. the newspaper drama "spotlight" based on the "boston globe's" investigation into the catholic church sex abuse scandal taking home best picture. >> this film gave a voice to survivors, and this oscar amplifies that voice. >> kris: before the show, demonstrators blocked the way, protesting the academy's lack of diversity. the subject was also on chris rock's mind. >> otherwise known as white people's choice awards. >> people are like, chris, you should boycott. chris, you should quit. how come it's only unemployed people that tell you to quit something? >> kris: he also made sure to send us a serious message. >> it's not about boycott. it's just we want opportunity. >> kris: leonardo dicaprio picked up his first career oscar for best actor. >> thank you all for this
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let us not take this planet for granted. i do not take tonight for granted. >> kris: best actress went to brie larson, completing her domination of award season. >> thank you to the fans. thank you to the movie-goers. thank you for seeing our film. >> kris: while "the revenant" didn't get the top prize... >> i can't believe this is happening. >> kris: ... director aleajandro inarritu won for the second year in a row. lady gaga delivering a powerful performance of her song "till it happens to you," which explores rape on college campuses. a group of sexual assault survivors joined her on stage in the end, bringing many in the audience to tears. powerful moment there last night. on an interesting note, despite being the highest grossing film last year, star warred didn't win any of its five nominated categories. live in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: i think one of my favorite moments is when a girl scout troop came out the sell cookies.
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girl scout troop. it's like, leo, you made $30 million last year, you can put up for some thin mints. >> sarah: who doesn't like girl scout cookies? the anthem of the seas cruise ship turning around. what's forcing them to dock early coming up. >> christa: it's trade day in the nhl. one of the bruins' biggest names
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>> christa: the nhl trade deadline is today at 3:00 p.m. there's plenty of speculation that loui eriksson, who is set to become a free agent after the season, may have played his final game for the bruins. eriksson and his teammates losing to tampa bay at home last night. boston scored first, but then the lightning scored four straight to win the game 4-1. the bs now to host the flames
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>> sarah: the red sox are beginning spring training today with the annual college doubleheader against b.c. and northeastern. hanley ramirez set to make his debut at first base today, but we know we won't be seeing pitcher eduardo rodriguez. he was shut down for three days after injuring his right kneecap while working out saturday morning. manager john farrell says the card lidge and ligaments are fine, but there is some swelling in rodriguez's knee. still no officials word on whether quarterback peyton manning will retire. a report in the "denver post" over the weekend said manning had decided to retire, but the broncos refuted that claim. but according to foxsports.com, the team is ready to move on even if manning wants to play one more year. manning turns 40 next month. he helped lead the broncos to win super bowl 50 three weeks ago. >> christa: up next at 5:30, the cruise ship battered by major storm earlier this month is cutting another trip short. what's forcing the trip to turn around this time. >> sarah: and we're live in
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car, police searching for that driver. >> sarah: plus that summer vacation to disney going to cost you some more. how much you'll be paying and
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we've had so many days in the 40s and 50s this winter. we'll take it. 44 in the city. 39 in worcester. nowhere below freezing this morning. we have mainly clear skies right now, dry morning commute, mid-day a couple of these showers to the west of us start to roll on in. now it's not going to be the solid line. i think a few of these showers fall apart. but overall passing shower or two this afternoon. really from about lunchtime through about 4:00 p.m. i think that's the best chance to pick up on passing shower or two. gusty wind, as well. and watch the temperatures go from the 40s to near 60 this afternoon. so any peeks of sun warming us up quite nicely as we go through the rest of the day. rain and soaking rain at that early on wednesday morning. then followed by a late week cold shot. more on that seven-day forecast ahead. >> christa: let's go to fast track traffic on this monday. danielle, i bet the weekend weather reminded you of home. >> danielle: it did. very california-like yesterday. i enjoyed it, spent the day outdoors.
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this is where traffic is the heaviest so far. let's go to the maps. once you get through this, ten minutes on 2 the split into boston. the pike from framingham eastbound into boston mostly green. so that's an easy ride there. heading into town on route 1 or 93 southbound, boat of those highways looking good so far this morning. let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. ten minutes on the expressway from braintree to boston. into town on the pike from 128, that drive 12 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim if you're taking the "t" this back to you, guys. >> christa: thank you, danielle. the virginia man accused of killing a police officer will be arraigned later on this morning. officers say that 32-year-old ronald hamilton killed his wife and then killed officer ashley guindon when she responded to the scene on saturday. guindon, who went to high school in merrimack, new hampshire, was on her first day on the job.
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tomorrow, and both democratic candidates will be trying to massachusetts. a new poll from suffolk university meantime finds that hillary clinton has an eight-point lead. on the republican side, john kasich is going to be at several events here in the bay state. polls show that donald trump is expected to cruise to victory here, but kasich could steal second place. in spotlight, a surprise winner at the oscars last night, taking home the night's biggest award. the film about "the boston globe's" investigation into the catholic church sex abuse scandal won best picture. it also won best original screenplay earlier in the night. >> sarah: right now police are searching for a driver who hit two people and then took off. 7's nicole oliverio is live in worcester, and nicole, police say they have clues that could lead to the vehicle involved in this accident. >> nicole: well, sarah, police haven't released information about the type of car that it is, but officers do say that witnesses were able to give a partial description of that license plate, so officers are
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all of this happening yesterday just after noon on quinsigamond street here in worcester. according to the "worcester telegram and gazette," witnesses tell the newspaper that a driver who was backing out of a spot ran over a man and a woman and then pulled forward, hitting the couple again. now, both people taken to the hospital with leg, chest and abdominal injuries. we're told that the man who was 60 years old was treated and released and the woman had to be admitted to the hospital. again, this morning, police continue to search for the driver of that hit-and-run accident. live in worcester, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: a firefighter's recovering following a fire in marblehead. the firefighter was taken to the hospital to be checked out on sunday. the flames started in the home early yesterday morning. crews from surrounding towns were called to the scene on willow road to help extinguish the flames. >> christa: we have new details now. a mashpee man is being charged with motor vehicle homicide
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that happened over the weekend. according to police, the 41-year-old was driving north on 495 when his pick-up truck crossed the median, hitting another vehicle head-on. the driver of that car was killed instantly. one passenger in the vehicle also taken to the hospital. hundreds of people hitting the ice to honor an "el faro" crew member from maine. michael farland was among those killed. people in liver moore came together for a day of ice fishing to raise money for a scholarship fund. his family was touched by how many people came out the support them. >> it's hard, but i know he would want us to go on and enjoy this day. he lived 25 years, and i didn't realize the lives he had touched, but to see the support of people coming out today, you realize how loved he was. >> christa: and that event raised more than $4,000 for the scholarship fund. >> sarah: happening today, the boston city council will hold a public hearing on banning puppy
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last week councilor matt o'malley filed a bill that would ban pet shops in boston from selling dogs, cats or rabbits that come from commercial breeders. it would also prevent the sale of animals in public places including in parks and on city streets. u.s. senator ed markey taking a stance in the battle against opioid, joining forces with hillary clinton. markey endorsed the democratic presidential candidate on sunday. clinton is first candidate the release a plan to address the drug crisis, including a proposal to spend $10 billion to expand treatment and recovery services. >> we need someone in the presidency who understands the health of our nation, understands that this is now the epidemic in our society. so hillary clinton has made this a high priority. >> sarah: in 2014, more than 1,300 people in massachusetts died after overdosing on
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>> christa: just ahead, get ready the pay more to see mickey mouse. how much more money you'll be shelling out for a disney vacation coming up. ism and who is excited? "the voice" returns tonight. what you can expect as the new season begins. >> chris: exciting having that mild air in place. not only yesterday, that continues this morning. temperatures starting off in the 40s in the city of boston. passing shower or two around mid-day, but temperatures close to 60. take a look at the seven-day forecast ahead. >> danielle: good morning, everyone. traffic getting heavier at the braintree split. once you get through, that it's ten minutes from braintree to boston expressway northbound. no major issues on the roads so far this morning. if you're taking "t," it's on time.
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>> chris: take a look at the forecast as we go throughout the day on this monday morning. dry heading out to the bus stop. kiddos get away with a lighter jacket today. 55 to 60 this afternoon. however, between noon and that final bell, i think there will be a couple isolated showers working on inch you can see that on the forecast model here.
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and satellite composite, passing shower into this afternoon. temperatures nearing 60 early this afternoon. even in the city of boston. falling back into the 50s this evening. better potential for more widespread rain wednesday morning. more on that forecast coming up. >> christa: take a look at what's trending today. leap day. that means some businesses are giving out deals if you were 29th. pizza hut, hard rock cafe and krispy kreme all running promotions for those who only get to celebrate their actual birthday once every four years. so if you want to get away, there are also some hotels and travel companies offering deals, as well. so lucky you. >> sarah: starbucks getting ready to open up stores in a place known for good coffee. the seattle-based chain will set up shop in milan next year. it will be the first store in italy. back in the 1980s, starbucks' c.e.o. howard schultz went to the country and decided to bring espresso drinks back to the u.s. that decision helped the company
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>> sarah: welcome back. 5:43. time now for everything you need to start your day off right. >> christa: boy do we need a good start on a monday. i guess if the weather is like the weekend it won't be is bad. >> chris: gives us an extra hop in our step walking out the door this morning. good morning, everyone. 44 in boston. 44 in beverly. keeping the mild air on this monday morning. the breeze is out of the south. it's active today, occasionally gusting 20 to 30mph. right now sustained at 14 in boston. 17 in worcester. nice, clear skies right now. it's going to be a dry morning commute. however, we will track a few showers that roll in here with a cold front mid-day. basically from noon until about 4:00 p.m. is your opportunity for a passing shower or two. not going to be raining a soaking rain for four straight hours, but within those four, five hours, we'll get a couple of raindrops in here. now, what i do expect for soaking rain is late overnight
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as this potent area of low pressure just to the north and west of us, this will drag in a good slug of moisture. so some gusty winds and locally heavy rain on wednesday morning. but by wednesday afternoon, already drying out. it's a quick moving storm system. brief icy mix well north and west. outside 495, around midnight on tuesday night into wednesday morning, there may be a little sleet or freezing rain. that flips over to rain. main lay rain event for us into the morning. half an inch to an inch of rain. active and gusty, 40mph. temperatures on wednesday going from the 50s in the morning to about lunchtime back into the 30s by late afternoon. then an area of the e.p.a. with cold air settles in thursday, friday into saturday. this storm, there will be a storm to the south of us fg right now it looks too far to the south to bring much snow up into southern new england. so we will keep this storm south of us on the seven-day forecast. we'll also keep an eye on it in case things change later on in the week. 56 to 62 this afternoon. a few degrees shy of record
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or two mid to late day here. all right. 26 to 34 overnight tonight. so it does turn partly cloudy, breezy and cooler, and tomorrow mostly sunny, but still above seasonal levels with temperatures running into the mid-40s. there's that 7 on 7 forecast with the downpours. wednesday morning drying out for the afternoon. and then we turn colder to end the week. >> sarah: time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. happy monday to you. let's head outside, here's a will be at the braintree split. this is where traffic is looking heffest this morning. go to the maps. once you get through this and get on to the expressway, it's 17 minutes from braintree into boston. northbound on the expressway. south of town, no major issues on route 3, 24 or 95 to tell you about. the pike from framingham eastbound into boston, mostly green. so no major issues there. route 1 heading into town looking good, as is 93. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. about 13 minutes on the expressway from braintree to boston, into town on the pike from 128, that drive 12 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim
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minutes, as well. if you're taking the "t" this morning, it's on time. back to you, guys. you. man accused of killing a virginia police officer on her first day in work, ronald hamilton is due in court. he's being held without bond. officer ashley guindon grew up in new hampshire in merrimack. >> sarah: this morning the high school she attended will nor the fallen officer. victoria warren is live with more. vicki? >> victoria: good morning. very sad morning here. she graduated from merrimack high school in 2005. today the principal says they plan to honor her with a moment of silence. ashley guindon from merrimack, new hampshire, and in a tragic twist of fate, 28 years old, she was just sworn in as a police office in virginia saturday. hours later she was shot to death. officers here in merrimack had the sad job of notifying her mom and aunt she was killed while
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violence call. neighbors brought flowers while her family traveled to virginia. police in virginia arrested the suspected shooter, saying he also killed his wife and injured two other officers. the other two officers remain in the hospital. they are expected to survive. the suspected shooter is going to go before a judge later today. live this morning in merrimack, new hampshire, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: happening today, navy seal is set to receive the highest military honor. president obama will be presenting the congressional jr. he's now the sixth navy seal the ever get this award and first living one since the vietnam conflict. byers helped rescue a u.s. hostage in afghanistan in 2012. the navy seal says his family is excited to celebrate along with him. >> you got to love my mom. her first question out of her mouth was, "do you think i'll be
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i was like, of course, mom, i'm pretty sure you're going to be allowed to come. >> christa: byers will be the 11th living service member to receive the medal of honor for actions in afghanistan. pastor in ohio shot dead at church. this morning his brother is being charged with the murder. 68-year-old daniel schooler will face a judge today. police say he shot and killed his older brother inside the office of the church sunday morning while services were still going on. they say the 70-year-old was the target and that no one else was hurt. five ku klux klan members arrested after a violent brawl in california have now been released. police say evidence shows they acted in self-defense. anti-klan protesters clashing with the kkk members during the group's planned rally saturday. seven people still in custody were seen attacking the kkk members with wooden posts. those members stabbed three anti-klan demonstrators and the protesters are expected to recover. >> sarah: new details on a shooting rampage in michigan.
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initially thought to have died is continuing to recover. the mother of 14-year-old abigail cupp says she's new breathing on her own after the hospital removed her breathing tube. police say an uber driver shot her while she was in a cracker barrel parking rot. the suspect, 45-year-old jason dalton, is charged in the attack in kalamazoo county in michigan. dalton allegedly shot eight people, killing six of them in three different locations. police believe the shooting spree was random. >> christa: some newly released e-mails reveal that aides for the give of michigan knew that something was wrong with the water, that lead-tainted water in the city. they knew this about a year ago. eight. spokesperson for rick synder says there were preliminary concerns before aides knew about the lead problem. investigators are still looking into why the city didn't treat water with an anti-corrosive agent, which was required by federal law. >> christa: more trouble on the water for the "anthem of the seas" this morning. royal caribbean says the ship,
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week ago, will return two days early because of bad weather. on top of that, cases of the norovirus are also popping up on board. this comes weeks after the same ship was battered in a wild storm. >> sarah: an elephant in india going rogue at a religious festival. the elephant broke loose and started flinging rickshaws and cars. officials say it took hours to get the animal back under control. thankfully no one was hurt in the incident. one of pope francis's top advisers admitting to the vatican that the vatican made "enormous mistakes in failing to prevent thousands of children from being abused by priests." vatican treasurer cardinal george pell testified to an investigative commission in australia by video from rome. two dozen australian abuse survivors sat in the front row
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pell's testimony. >> christa: now to 7 health cast. the centers for disease control saying in a new report that nearly one in three americans consumed sugary drinks at least once a day. they say young adults are more likely to drink these kinds of drinks that contain nearly eight teaspoons of sugar per serving. >> sarah: the most popular cosmetic procedure of 2015, breast augmentation. that's according to the american society of plastic surgeons. lipo suction was second. but the fastest growing type of plastic surgery last year was buttocks implants. however, plastic surgeons say that lift rather than implants are becoming more popular. >> christa: now on 7news, it will soon cause more to visit either disney world or disneyland. the price per ticket for a weekend stay is set to increase to $10 5. and on peak days the price will be $110. that increase is part of disney's new plan the charge separate rates based on the time
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new york senator chuck schumer wants airline passengers to have more room while flying. he says the f.a.a. should require airlines to have seat size guidelines. according to schumer, leg room on planes used to be 35 inches. it's now shrunk to an average of 31678 he's also concerned that the seats are getting narrower, as well. >> sarah: nothing bothers people more than the fact that there is almost no leg room. the average passenger feels like they're being treated as a sardine, squeezed and squeezed and squeezed. >> christa: schumer plans to introduce a seat size guideline amendment to an f.a.a. bill pending in congress. a vet on that is expected some time next month. >> sarah: we're back at it on maude morning, but if you're already looking ahead to the weekend, we have a few things highly organized people are doing on their weekends. so according to reader's digest, they note their priorities, but
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leave time for essential chores but don't feel pressure to create a detailed itinerary. also they keep up with their paperwork, create a filing system and spend 15 minutes every weekend catching up. lastly, take time off. the c.e.o. of twitter suggests doing a favorite activity on saturdays while using sundays for reflection, feedback and strategy. there you have it. >> christa: okay. i'm just laughing because i'm jealous. i do none of those things. "the voice" is back tonight. i know sarah you're so excited. >> sarah: i love that show. >> christa: so the new season begins with the blind auditions. >> sarah: so kristina aguilera back in the coaching fold. the blind auditions will see a new group of singers trying to impress the coaches enough to get them to turn their chairs. when it comes to describing what it takes to make them hit their button, the coaches say it can be tough to put a finger on it. >> it's a feeling you either get or don't get. a lot of times it's not
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it's tricky. you can't answer the question unless you experience it for yourself. i don't think it's possible to sum up how... why you feel the way you do about certain music in general, but then on the show it's all instinct. >> sarah: looks like they both have blond hair. the new season begins tonight at 8:00 followed by the mid-season premier of the blind spot at 10:00. then get caught up on the day's top stories from the night team on 7news at 11:00. >> christa: let's get caught up on your forecast. chris, you've been watching that for us early on a monday. >> chris: i have been, yes. good morning, everyone. a beautiful end to the weekend. we continue that mild weather this morning. 34 in boston. 39 in worcester. a couple showers to the west of us. that's the difference today. we'll have more clouds around and passing shower or two through mid-day. we're still close to 60 early this afternoon. back into the 40s tomorrow. 50s on wednesday. 30s on thursday. plenty of ups and downs. best chance for a soaking rain wednesday morning. >> christa: all right. coming your way, stay with us.
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"boston globe's" investigation into the priest sex abuse scandal kind of a surprise awards. we'll have a full wrap-up. presidential candidates are bound for the bay state today in the last full day of campaigning
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>> please. i have made the worst mistake of my life. >> sarah: he's begging north koreans to spare his life. >> christa: all eyes on super tuesday. candidates stumping in the bay state ahead of the pivotal point in the race for the white house. >> i thank you all for this amazing award. >> sarah: a big night at the oscars. hollywood shining a spotlight on a made-in-s be movie. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> christa: good morning, everybody. 6:00 a.m. happy monday happy leap day to you. it's the 29th of february. i'm christa delcamp. >> sarah: and i'm sarah french. boy did we have a gorgeous weekend this weekend. >> christa: can we turn back, go back the saturday and go back to sunday. >> sarah: if i could turn back time >> chris: why doesn't the weekend just keep going? we can continue the warm weather into monday, but a lot of us back to school and back to work. good morning, everyone. 43 in boston. 47 in plymouth. sarah's got a good voice, by the way. take a look at the satellite and radar composite. it's mainly clear in southern
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will change, though. we'll increase the clouds mid to late morning. a couple passing showers working in as we get through about mid-day. any time from noon until about 4:00 p.m., fair game for passing showers or two. obviously this doesn't look very impressive. so we're not talking about all-day downpour, anything like, that just passing shower or two. look at the numbers. we're close to 60 degrees once again by mid-day. just shy of the record high. much colder weather in the seven-day forecast. more on that ahead. >> christa: okay. so that was officially sarah singing cher. danielle, what do you have? >> danielle: a couple incidents to tell you about out there. here's a look at route 1 through saugus. no issues here, but will let's go to the maps. root 1 as you get closer to boston, two issues the tell you about. this is disabled vehicle at route 1 southbound near the tobin bridge. they just toed that vehicle away. that should be clearing soon. northbound on route 1 at webster avenue, another disabled vehicle. this one blocking the right lane on the expressway. northbound we have a new accident reported. this is at furnace brook
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that's causing some back-up on 128 southbound there. route 24, route 3 and 95, no major issues to tell you about. the pike from framingham eastbound into boston, we're mostly green. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. about 15 minutes on the expressway from braintree into boston. and into town on the pike from 128, no delays there. just 12 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, that drive 12 minutes. if you're taking "t," it's on time. back to you, guys. >> sarah: this morning plans are being made to honor this new england native who was killed in the line of duty. she was gunned down her first day on the job as a police officer in virginia. and this man, the accused killer, will be in court this morning answering to murder charges. he's an active army sergeant assigned to the peg. >> christa: police say he ambushed a group of officers and killed his wife. let's head out the 7's victoria warren in merrimack, new hampshire, where that fallen officer grew up. vicki?
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her mother right now has flown into virginia. she graduated from merrimack high school back in 2005. the principal this weekend alerting the school community about the tragedy, letting them know that today they will honor her with a moment of silence. merrimack high school graduate and marine corps reservist ashley guindon gunned down in virginia on her first day on the job as a police officer. >> she had just been sworn in as a police officer hours beforehand, never really had the opportunity to give us an idea about what her promises were and what her potential was. it's such a tragic, tragic thing, for us as a law enforcement family, but even more so for surviving loved ones. >> victoria: guindon never served for the merrimack police, but they had the sad job of notifying her mom and her aunt, who still live here, helping them with their luggage and bringing them to the airport for the trip to virginia. neighbors stopping by with flowers and heavy hearts. >> i'm very saddened to see
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the job be killed. >> victoria: saturday night ashley and two other officers were called out to a home. when they got there, someone opened fire. all three officer were hit. ashley died at the hospital. police arresting ronald hamilton, saying they also found his wife's body inside the home. in merrimack, the department wants ashley's family to know they will do everything they can for them. >> a little piece of us dies in every law enforcement officer. to know this is an individual that's a member of our larger merrimack community family makes it even more difficult to reconcile locally. >> victoria: in addition to the planned moment of silence at merrimack high school, the police department has also lowered their flag. live this morning in merrimack, new hampshire, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: new this morning we're learning that tamerlan tsarnaev passed the u.s. citizenship test just three months before the marathon bombing. federal documents obtained by "the boston globe" show the
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deneed any links to terrorism and swore his allegiance to the united states. the information is included in a more than 650 previously confidential files. tsarnaev was killed during the manhunt in watertown. the paperwork also mentioned tsarnaev's friend ibragim todashev. he was denied a green card in 2011 but received one in february of 2013. todashev allegedly helped tsarnaev kill three men in waltham during that month. he was killed by the f.b.i. during an interrogation in orlando one month after the marathon bombing. >> christa: police say they were forced to fire at man in dartmouth. they say the suspect was running at them with a knife on sunday after officers tried to make an arrest in conneion with a domestic violence incident. the suspect was taken to the hospital and they say is expected to survive. police are investigating what they're calling a suspicious death in chelsea. officers say they found a 34-year-old man badly beaten on the sidewalk over the weekend in his neighborhood, in this
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he was taken to the hospital where he later died. police officers found the man by accident when they were responding to a different call in that same neighborhood. >> sarah: countdown to pivotal continue test in the race for the white house. we're less than 24 hours away from super tuesday and some presidential candidates focusing on massachusetts and a new poll shows bay state voters are nearly split on the democrats. a poll by suffolk university has hillary clinton with 50% of the vote and bernie sanders with 42% and both candidates are campaigning in massachusetts today. 7's byron barnett live in springfield with more. >> byron: 12 states are voting in super tuesday tomorrow, but for the democrats at east, massachusetts is one of the key states. hillary clinton, as you said, leading in the polls here, but bernie sanders still thinks he has a shot, and that's why both of those candidates are here in
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super tuesday. massachusetts taking center stage on the day before super tuesday. hillary clinton and bernie sanders locked in a tight race here, each rallying voters at events today. on sunday, clinton turned her focus to donald trump. >> i believe that america is great, right now. what we need is to be whole. >> byron: meanwhile, sanders, who finds himself trailing in several super tuesday states, kept hitting clinton on her ties to wall street. >> this is what i think: if you're getting to get paid $200,000 for a speech, must be a pretty damn good speech. >> byron: the weekend ended on a high note for donald trump. >> i am pleased to endorse donald trump for the presidency of the united states. >> byron: he picked up the endorsement of alabama senator jeff sessions, a republican
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illegal immigration. but trump did face criticism after failing to disavow former ku klux klan leader david duke in this interview. >> would you say unequivocally you condemn them and you don't want their support? >> i have to look at the group. you may have groups in there that would be totally fine and it would be very unfair. >> byron: after the interview trump disavowed duke, but marco rubio pounced. >> there is no place in the conservative movement for david duke, the ku klux klan or hatred and bigotry in america. >> byron: trump will most likely be the big winner tomorrow, according to john kasich, but he's holding out hope for another big showing in new england. >> if the people in massachusetts give me a boost, it will make a significant difference. so i'm hoping massachusetts will be real positive for us. >> byron: and after her event here at the museum of springfield history here in springfield, hillary clinton will head straight to boston for another big event there around noontime. her husband, president bill clinton, will be campaigning for her out in worcester later today.
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in milton tonight, and the only republican candidate campaigning in the state is john kasich. he will be in plymouth later today. that's the latest live from springfield this morning, byron barnett, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: breaking news overnight overseas. an american college student being seen for the first time since being detained in north korea last month. he's seen pleading for forgiveness. >> i have made the worst mistake of my life, but please, save me. please. think of my family. >> christa: the man confessed to a hostile act. the university of virginia student is accused of trying to steal a political sign from the walls of his hotel. north korea believes he was working for the c.i.a. >> sarah: mbta officials are meeting today. they're expected to release some good news.
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it could mean for riders. >> kris: sarah, mbta officials are expected to announce they have cut now from their projicted deficit, cut quite a bit, by more than 40%, in fact, which could allow them to spend about $100 million to make instrufer improvements. this deficit savings coming from a few different sources. mbta is paying less overtime to its workers. they're also getting increased revenue from advertisements and other sources. and they could possibly be ending late night service. that would save another $9 million. the mbta is set to vote on its fare increases next week, and officials say despite the savings, a hike is still needed in order to reduce billions of dollars in maintenance backlogs. the mbta is considering two different plans, which would raise fares by as much as 10%. that's the latest live in the control room, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: still ahead, the search is on for a driver who is accused of hitting people in the street twice before taking off. how witnesses may help crack the case.
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the same cruise ship that was tossed and damaged by waves suffers another crisis. >> sarah: and chris rock pulling no punches while tackling the big controversy at this area's oscars. plus the big winners from hollywood's big night. weekend. afternoon. the mind air continues on this monday morning. temperatures right now starting off in the 40s. however, we track a shower or two that's going to be moving in from the west of us through mid-day. and then we track a late week cold shot coming in. seven-day forecast coming up. >> danielle: good morning, everyone. you're looking at back-up here on to the braintree split from an accident on the expressway northbound at furnace brook parkway. this incident has the two right lanes blocked and is causing quite a bit of back-up on the expressway this morning. if you're taking "t," it's on
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>> sarah: time to rise and shine on this monday morning. how cute is this? this is a picture that's going to make you smile. waltham. sophie just turned two. daniella will be one in april. i love it! >> christa: i love the one, kind of like, what is going on with this bath time mohawk? i'm a little puzzled by this. adorable. we want to see how you're starting off your morning. send us your rise and shine whdh.com. tweet at us with the hashtag rise and shine. >> sarah: have you ever had a mohawk, chris? maybe in your younger days? >> chris: we did some crazy hair cuss in high school,
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thanksgiving day football game. not a mohawk quite that high. 'd need a little extra gel. maybe tomorrow morning we can rock it. we'll see if the boss lets me. take a look at how many 50-degree days we've had so far this winter. 34. today will be the 35th. when i say winter, meteorological winter that. runs december, january and february. we'll close the books on it today and, yes, we've had the most 50-degree days on record. 38 right now in worcester. 43 in boston. when you're 43 degrees this early in the morning, doesn't take much to get the 50. we'll be there. the winds out of the south throughout the day. right now it's sustained at 16mph. it's a bit of a breeze throughout the day but the trade-off is once again we're on the mild side. we start off clear this morning. enjoyable start this monday morning. then you track some showers off to the west of us. these will work in as early as about lunchtime through about 4:00 p.m. and better chance to pick up a passing shower or two. it's not an all-afternoon soaking rain. it's a passing shower were to into the afternoon. if you're looking for more of a
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that in the forecast, too. tuesday night. around midnight there may be an icy mix north and west of 495 before transitioning over to rain. otherwise it's just a morning downpour on wednesday. and then we start drying it out wednesday afternoon and on the other side of that front, temperatures going from the 50s back to the 30s on wednesday afternoon. you take a look at the high pressure building in. thursday, friday into saturday, this is a much colder air mass. highs only in the lower 30s thursday and friday. so plenty of cold air here. there will be a storm to the south of us. there's a question of how far north does this storm track? will it bring us snow to end the week? right now it looks like the answer is mainly no. it looks like it will stay too farther to the south of us to bring us snow. when we take a look at the seven-day forecast, that's where what we're hinging the forecast on late in the week. the storm as of now looks too far to the south of us. today plenty of warm air surging in from the south close to 60 degrees, just shy of record highs in the city of boston. again, passing shower or two mid-afternoon.
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cooler, a bit breezy, as well. 34. it is much coder pattern thursday, friday and saturday, but as of now looking mainly dry as we head into next weekend. >> sarah: time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. let's send it over the danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. happy monday to you. this is a accident on the expressway northbound. let's go to the maps. this is furnace brook parkway. what happened here, a van went tractor-trailer. blocked. you just saw. south of town, route 3, 24, 95 looking pretty good so far this morning. the pike from framingham eastbound into boston, no major issues. some minor slowing as you head into town. 93 southbound, you're slow through lawrence, and then you're fine until 128. but in burlington on 128 northbound, at win street, emergency vehicles are responding to a medical emergency there. the rest of your drive on 93 southbound into boston is slow, but no major delays. on route 1 we have a disabled
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this is blocking the right lane. let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. about 25 minutes on the expressway from braintree into boston. into town on the pike from 128, that drive just 12 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 14 minutes. if you're taking "t" this morning, it's on time. back to you, guys. >> sarah: hollywood shining a light on a made-in-massachusetts movie. the film spotlight taking the top prize at the oscars, winning for best picture and also for best original screenplay. >> sarah: we saw it. it was so good. it was a night of surprises and upsets in a ceremony drawing attention for more than just the awards. here's 7's kris anderson with more. >> kris: what a night it was. hollywood's biggest night came with enough drama to win its own accord, starting with the controversy over its all-white nominations to the biggest upset. >> "spotlight." >> kris: the title described the moment. the newspaper drama "spotlight"
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investigation into the catholic church sex abuse scandal taking home best picture. >> this film gave a voice to survivors, and this oscar amplifies that voice. >> kris: before the show, demonstrators protested the academy's lack of diversity. the subject was also on chris rock's mind. >> otherwise known as white people's choice awards. >> kris: he made plenty of jokes. >> people are like, chris, you should boycott. chris, you should quit. you should quit. how come it's only unemployed people that tell you to quit something? >> kris: he also made sure to send a serious message. >> it's not about boycotting anything. it's just we want opportunity. >> kris: there weren't many surprises in the big awards of the night. leonardo dicaprio picked up his first career oscar for best actor. >> thank you all for this amazing award tonight. let us not take this planet for granted. i do not take tonight for granted.
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"room's" brie larson, completing her domination of the award season. >> thank you to the fans. thank you to the movie-goers. thank you for seeing our film. >> kris: while "the revenant" didn't get the top prize... >> i can't believe this is happening. >> kris: ... director aleajandro inarritu won for the second year in a row. lady gaga delivering a powerful performance of her song "till it happens to you," from the documentary "the hunting ground," which explores rape on college campuses. a group of sexual assault survivors joined her on stage in the end, bringing many in the audience to tears. on an interesting note now, despite being the highest-grossing film of last year and one of the highest-grossing films ever, "star wars: the force awakens" did not win in any of its five nominated categories. pretty interesting there. live in the newsroom, kris england." make an appearance. >> sarah: they did. was that your favorite part? >> christa: no, i liked it when chris rock's daughter's girl scout troop was selling cookies during the ceremony. >> sarah: love those girl scout cookies.
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>> christa: the nhl trade deadline is coming up today at 3:00. there is some speculation that loui eriksson, who is set to become a free agency after this weekend, may have played his last game for the bruins. erikson and his teammates lost to tampa bay at home. boston scored first, but the lightning scored four straight to win the game the-4--1. the b's host the flames coming up tomorrow night. >> sarah: red sox begin spring
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college doubleheader against b.c. and northeastern. hanley ramirez set to make his debut at first base today. but we know we won't with seeing pitcher eduardo rodriguez. he was shut down for three days after injuring his right kneecap while working out saturday morning. manager john farrell says the card lidge and ligaments are fine, but there is some swelling in rodriguez's knee. one golfer and no problem dropping his pants during the final round of the honda classic.on the sixth hole gary woodland hit his "t" shot into the water, but instead of gig hess clothing wet, he took off his shoe, pants and socks and shot in his underwear. he ended up parring the hole. approach. >> sarah: there you go. >> christa: till ahead at 6:26. disney changing its ticket prices. why it will cost you more or less, depending on when you visit. and navy seal must step out of the shadows to accept the medal of honor from the president.
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a breakfast burrito packed with big southwest flavor. go grande with veggie or sausage today. america runs on dunkin'. >> sarah: the search is on for a driver who struck two people, not once but twice, and took off. >> christa: residents clash at a kkk rival. >> sarah: the move to give you more leg room high in the sky. >> christa: and a price spike at disney. parents are not amused. >> sarah: hollywood's biggest night filled with fashion. check out the star's winning looks at the oscars. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good monday morning, everybody. it's 6:30. thanks for staying us with. i'm sarah french. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. that was this kodak moment, wasn't it, leo and kate together again? and you're so happy... >> sarah: he finally won. >> christa: sixth time is the charm for him? >> sarah: a lot.
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deseverred it, right, chris? >> chris: i was surprised he has never won until we kept talking about this. mission accomplished for him. congratulations to leo. take a look at our forecast as we go through the day. 60 many boston. 55 in worcester. close to record highs once again. 43 right now in boston. 47 in plymouth. and we do have... we've had award-winning weather. that's for sure. today close to temperature-wise, we'll also track a couple passing showers in here. spot shower were to beginning around noon until about 4:00, 5:00 p.m., passing shower once in a while, but overall the mild trend continues with those temperatures very close to 60 degrees. breezy day, as well. turning a little colder tomorrow, more on that seven-day forecast ahead. >> christa: let's go over to 7's danielle gersh. she has the latest on your traffic tracker this morning. >> sarah: thanks, christa. good morning, everyone. here's a look at 93 southbound head intag boston. you can see this is a slow drive. go to the maps. we have an accident to tell you about in woburn.
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this is where they're responding. this is an emergency situation where emergency vehicles are responding. but you can see your drive on 93 southbound from 128 into boston all red. so that's a very slow drive. route 1 not looking too bad this morning. south of town, still keeping an eye on this accident, this is in quincy on the expressway northbound at furnace brook parkway. the two right lanes were blocked. but now we're getting word this accident is actually in the cutout. so the delays are getting better from that. route 3, 24 and route 95, not too bad. a little vogue as you approach 128 as you can see there. the pike from framingham eastbound into boston, some slow and go, but in major delays to tell you about. let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. the expressway from braintree into boston, that drive just under half an hour. into town on the pike from 128, that drive is 14 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, that drive about half an hour. if you're taking "t," it's on time. back to you, guys. ism now to the day's stop tories.
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killing a police officer will be arraigned later this morning. officers say 32-year-old ronald hamilton killed his wife and then killed officer ashley quinn done when she responded to the scene on saturday. she went to high school in merrimack, new hampshire, and this was her first day on the job. super tuesday is tomorrow. and today both democratic candidates will be trying to secure votes in massachusetts. a new poll from suffolk university finds hillary clinton with an eight-point lead over bernie sanders. on the republican side, john kasich is going to be at several events in the bay state. polls show donald trump is expected to cruise to victory here but kasich could steal second. "spotlight" is a surprise winner at the oscars, taking home the night's biggest award. the film about "the boston globe's" investigation into the catholic church sex abuse scandal won best picture last night. it also won best original screenplay. >> christa: happening right now, police in worcester are searching for the driver of a
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this driver is accused of hitting two people, not once but twice. let's go to 7's nicole oliverio in worcester with more on what police are looking for this morning. nicole? >> nicole: fortunately, christa, witnesses were able to give police part of that driver's license plate. so they are still searching for that driver this morning. but witnesses telling the newspaper that they saw a car back-up hit a man and a woman and then pull forward, running over that couple. this all happened yesterday just after noon on quinsigamond street here in worcester. now, that woman, 58 years old, had to be admitted to the hospitals. the man who was 60 was treated and released. officers saying they suffered from chest, leg and abdominal wounds. now, again, that driver did take off from the scene, but witnesses were able to give police a pretty good description of who they are searching for. officers say anyone with information is asked to give them a call. live in worcester, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: two children are
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to escape a house fire in marblehead sunday morning. flames broke out at the willow road home around 4:30. one firefighter was taken to the hospital to be checked out, but officials have not said why. investigators say the fire does not appear to be suspicious. >> christa: and a mashpee man being charged with motor vehicle homicide after a deadly drive in norton. that happened over the weekend. according to police, the 4 41-year-old was driving north on 495 when his pick-up truck crossed the median, hitting another vehicle head on. the driver of that car sadly was killed instantly. also passenger inside the car was taken to the hospital. >> sarah: happening later today, the issue of whether campus police at northeastern need semi-automatic rifles will be discussed at city hall. the plan was announced last year and boston police and some city councilors say it's not necessary. the school has said they would only be used in emergency situations. tonight's meeting starts at
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the issue of leg room on planes could soon be headed to capitol hill. new york senator chuck schumer says the f.a.a. shouldry enquire guidelines. he says leg room on planes used to be 35 inches. but it has now shrunk to an average of 31. >> nothing bothers people more than the fact that there is almost no leg room. the average passenger feels like they're being treated as a sardine, squeezed and squeezed and squeezed. >> christa: schumer plans to introduce seat-sized guideline amendment to an f.a.a. bill pending in congress right now. a vote is expected next month. >> christa: and disney is rolling out its new pricing plan, so take note if you're planning a trip there. the price for a weekend ticket at either disney world or disney land is set to increase to $105. on peak days that price could be as high as $124.
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new plan the charge separate rates based on the time of year. >> sarah: so go in the off season. no not cheap, is it? the happiest place on earth comes with a price. >> sarah: still ahead, a cursed cruise. the same ship battered at sea is now swept by sickness. >> christa: and an elephant showing its muscles, tossing cars and everything else in its path. >> sarah: plus a red carpet preview. the finest fashions from last night's academy awards. review, rather, than a preview. it's called a rigged economy, and this is how it works. most new wealth flows to the top 1%. it's a system held in place by corrupt politics where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is powered by over
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>> christa: when it comes to fashion. >> sarah: charlize theron with a classic red dress. many people naming her best dressed of the night. she had a plunging neck line with a shimmery necklace. looked just beautiful, as always. >> christa: they all look good, as far as i'm concerned. jennifer garner getting high marks for an off-the-shoulder black dress. >> sarah: beautiful. >> christa: she helped present an oscar. she walked the red carpet for the first time since her split with husband ben affleck. >> sarah: lady gaga skipping
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white pantsuit. it was so created by her stylist brandon maxwell. i love it. >> christa: and mixed reviews for nominee cate blanchett. she sported a one-of-a-kind turquoise dress by armani. she was nominated for best actress in "carol" as well. very springy. >> sarah: yes. kate winslet, some people are calling a questionable choice. they are comparing her black dress to a trash bag. i think she looks gorgeous. i don't know what they're talking about. she took some time to pose with former co-star and oscar winner leonardo dicaprio on the red carpet. pretty shimmery there. >> christa: it's very shimmery. many people's worst dressed of the night, supermodel heidi klum. she wore lavender my dress with cutout parts with big fluffy flowers. but heidi klum and whatever she's wearing... >> sarah: they all look good. they're wearing designer dresses. how fun would it be to wear a
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we have more highlights from the academy awards coming up. >> christa: also the race for the white house running through the bay state today. candidates focusing on massachusetts voters. we're tell you where. >> sarah: a tragedy in virginia hitting close to home in new hampshire and merrimack. they are honoring a police officer killed in the line of duty. >> sarah: plus walking free, why kkk members linked to a violent brawl were released from jail overnight. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. her life's work has been about breaking barriers. and so would her presidency. which is why, for every american who's not being paid what they're worth... who's held back by student debt or a system tilted against them- and there are far too many of you- she understands that our country can't reach it's potential... unless we all do. together.
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go. >> reporter: a local community honoring an officer ambushed on the job as the accused shooter faces a jung. >> it's the day before super tuesday, candidates coming to massachusetts for a last-minute bush. >> sarah: and the lights were bright in hollywood. the stars coming out in force to accept their oscar gold. all right. it's 6:45. time the know and go. we have your day's top stories coming up. >> christa: and let's check out the weather with chris lambert. tell us, we'll have a day like yesterday. >> chris: i wish february 29th could get added to the sunday. fast. mild air staying with us, christa, so, yes, temperatures once again well into the 50s after starting off in the 40s this morning. winds out of the south breezy day at times gusting 20 to 30mph. and we enjoy a lot of sunshine this morning. by mid-day, those, some more clouds and some showers to the west of us.
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it's not going to be a solid line of rain, just a spot shower or two passing by, between noon and 5:00 p.m., but look at these numbers. mid-50s to lower 60s. another very mild pattern ahead of us. better chance of soaking rain tuesday night into swead morning. by wednesday afternoon, it look like we start the dry out. so out of the two commutes on wednesday, i think the morning one will be the wetter of the two. a much colder pattern settling in here. by too time we get into thursday and friday. storm to the south of us. looks a little too far south to bring us some snow to end the week. we'll keep an eye on it because there will be a pretty good of us. but right now that seven-day forecast is dry thanks to that storm track staying far enough south of us friday into saturday. much colder air, though, thursday and friday, only in the lower 30s. >> sarah: time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. happy monday to you. here's a will be at 93 southbound heading into boston. you can see a slow drive. go to the maps. really we just have delays on
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but in woburn on 128 southbound at washington street, that's where we have an accident. so heading into town on 93 southbound, from 128, slow drive all the way through. route 1 not looking too bad this morning. south of town, the expressway from braintree to boston, all red. still keeping an eye on this accident. this is northbound at furnace brook parkway, but it's proved into the cutout. so the delays from this accident are not as bad anymore. route 3 slowing as you approach 128, the same on route 24 and route 95 this morning. the pike from framingham eastbound into boston, you're slow and go the entire drive. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. 26 minutes on the expressway from braintree into boston. into town on the pike from 128, that drive 14 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, nearly half an hour. if you're taking "t," it's on time. back to you, guys. >> sarah: this morning plans are set to honor this new hampshire native who was killed in the line of duty. >> christa: she was gunned down on her first day on the job as a police officer down in virginia.
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>> victoria: sick -- 7's victoria warren is live in merrimack, new hampshire, where she grew up, with more. >> victoria: she went to high school here, graduating from merrimack high school in 2005. the principal says they plan the honor her life with a moment of silence today in a tragic twist of fate, 28-year-old ashley guindon was sworn in as a police officer in virginia, and hours later she was shot to death. officers here in merrimack had the sad job of notifying her mom and aunt she was killed while responding to a domestic violence call. neighbors brought flowers while her family traveled to virginia. police in virginia arrested the suspected shooter, ronald hamilton, saying he also killed his wife and injured two other police officers. those two police officers remain in the hospital. they are expected to survive. the suspected shooter is scheduled to go before a judge later today and face charges here in merrimack. in addition to the moment of
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school, the police department has also lowered their flags. live this morning in merrimack, new hampshire, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." thank you. new this morning we're learning that tamerlan tsarnaev passed the u.s. citizenship test just three months before the boston marathon bombing. federal documents obtained by "the boston globe" show the older tsarnaev brother also denied any links to terrorism and swore his allegiance to the united states. this information is included in more than 650 previously confidential files. tsarnaev, of course, was killed during the manhunt in watertown shortly after the bombings. the paperwork also mentions his friend, ibragim todashev, and he was denied a green card in 2011 but later received one in february of 2013. todashev allegedly helped tsarnaev kill three men in waltham during that month, and he was killed by the f.b.i. during an interrogation in orlando one month after the marathon bombings. >> sarah: police say they were forced to fire at a man in
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they say the suspect was running at them with a knife. it happened sunday after officers tried to make an arrest in connection to a domestic violence incident. the suspect was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. police are investigating what they are calling a suspicious death in chelsea. officers found a 34-year-old man badly beaten on the sidewalk over the weekend in this neighborhood. he was taken to the hospital where he later died. officer found the man by accident when they were responding to a different call in that neighborhood. >> christa: the countdown to a pivotal contest in the race for the white house. we're now less than 24 hours away from super tuesday, and system candidates are focusing of course on massachusetts as part of that. a new poll shows bay state voters are nearly split on the democrats, so let's go to 7's byron barnett in springfield with the latest. byron? >> byron: well, you know, 12 states are voting in super tuesday tomorrow. and for some of the candidates, massachusetts is one of the key states. now, hillary clinton's here in
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events in springfield this morning, and later in boston. that's around noontime. her husband, president bill clinton, will be campaigning in worcester. bernie sanders has a rally many milton, and john kasich, the only republican in the state today, is holding a town hall in plymouth. as for the latest polls, a suffolk university poll has clinton leading sanders by eight percentage points, 50% to 42%. still close enough for both of those candidates to still be campaigning right down to the wire. on the republican side, donald trump still has a commanding lead, and he's expected to win in massachusetts. the suffolk poll has trump with 43%. that's more than twice the support of his closest rival, marco rubio. now, the x factor in all of this will be those... could be those unenrolled voters. they can either vote in the democratic primary or the republican primary. and it's possible they could really shake things up. so that's the latest live in springfield.
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in new england." >> sarah: happening today, mbta officials are expected to announce they have cut their projected deficit by more than 40%. this could allow them to spend about $100 million to make infrastructure improvements. officials are set to vote on fare increases next week and officials say despite the savings, the hike is needed to reduce billions in maintenance backlogs. the mbta is considering two plans, which could raise fares by as much as 10%. >> christa: breaking overnight, an american college student seen now for the first time since being detained in north korea last month. he is seen pleading forman giveness. >> i have made the worst mistake of my life, but please, save me. >> christa: otto warmbier is accused of trying to steal a political sign from the walls of
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north korea says it believes he was working with the c.i.a. it's not immediately clear if warmbier was coerced into making that confession. >> sarah: navy seal is set to receive the highest military honor today. president obama will present the congressional medal of honor to edward byers, jr. back in 2012, byers shielded a u.s. hostage from gunfire while also engaging a taliban guard in hand-to-hand combat. the navy seal,his family says... his family is excited to celebrate with him. >> i got to love my mom. she... her first question out of her mouth was, do you think i'll be able to come to it? i was like, of course, mom, i'm pretty sure you're going to be allowed to come. >> sarah: byers will be the sixth navy seal to be presented first living one since the vietnam war. >> christa: new this morning, five ku klux klan members arrested after a violent brawl in california have now been released because police say it appears they acted in several
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anti-klan protesters showed up at this kkk rally on saturday. seven people who are still in custody were seen attacking the kkk members with wooden posts. three anti-klan demonstrators were also stabbed, but they're expected to recover. >> sarah: more trouble on the water for the "anthem of the seas." this morning royal caribbean says the ship, which left port in new jersey a week ago, will return two days early because of bad weather. this same ship was battered by a storm a couple weeks ago. and if the weather wasn't bad enough; there's also a case of norovirus spreading on board. >> christa: now an elephant in india going rogue at a religious festival. look at this, the elephant breaks loose and starts flinging rickshaws and cars there. officials say it took hours to get the animal under control. luckily no one was hurts. >> sarah: my goodness. >> christa: pretty aggressive. ism and the people on the elephant, scary. the made in massachusetts movie "spotlight" wins best picture at the oscars last night. >> christa: it wasn't expected to, but that was a surprise.
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picking up his first career oscar for best actor, as well. >> let us not take this planted for granted. i do not take tonight for granted. thank you so very much. >> christa: and perhaps no one was more excited than leo's titanosaur co-star kate winslet. the two sharing a big hug. the actress was even a little teary eyed during his speech, as well. very touching moment. >> sarah: lady gaga delivering a powerful performance of her song "till it happens to you" from the documentary "the hunting ground" which explores rape on college campuses. a grun of sexual assault survivors joined her on stage at the end, bringing many in the audience to tears. >> christa: and the host chris rock taking on the academy's lack of diversity while he also made sure to send a serious message. he made plenty of jokes and he did not leave anyone out at all.
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you shouldboycott, chris, you should quit. you should quit. how come only unemployed people tell do you quit something? huh? >> christa: there were plenty of jokes to go around aimed at everybody. but he handed out girl scout cookies. he wanted to help his daughter's girl scout troop, telling the crowd the reach into their millionaire pockets and he later revealed in the show that they raised about $65,000 from that. >> sarah: amazing. >> christa: i loved it when he said the leo, okay, you made $30 million, you can buy some thin mints. >> sarah: and who doesn't love girl scout cookies? >> chris: thin mintses are the best. you have to put them in the freezer. they are absolutely outstanding in the freezer. and you have to eat them by the sleeve, two cookies a serving? please. noon until 5:00 p.m., passing shower today. mid-50s to lower 60s. so we do feature mild weather again. mostly sunny skies for tomorrow. i do expect temperatures back into the 40s. rainstorm moving in tuesday night into wednesday morning. we turn colder at the end of the week. >> christa: that's all the
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good morning. king of the world. leonar dicaprio finally wins an oscar 22 years after his first nomination. >> i do not take tonight for granted. thank you so very much. >> brie larson nabbing best actress. "spotlight," the surprise winner for best picture. host chris rock takes on the oscars so white controversy. >> i'm here at the academy awards, otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. >> this morning, al and natalie are live in hollywood with all the highlights from the show, the red carpet and, of course, the after parties.

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