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honor for a police officerith ties to new england killed on her first day on the job. how this fallen officer is being remembered today. >> sarah: an historic trip coming to an end for one astronaut. when scott kelly returns to earth after spending nearly a year in space. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> christa: good morning. it is super tuesday. first day of march, by the way. you set some records it sounds like yesterday in the weather department. i'm christa delcamp. i'm sarah french. all that and much more coming up. first a check of the forecast. rob is in for chris lambert today. hi, rob. >> chris: 64 degrees yesterday. that tied the record that went back the 1880. hard to believe we're going from that to talking about a winter weather advisory. not for everybody, but for those north and west of 128. that would be for tonight. 40 in plymouth. 38 the current temperature in boston. 35 in bedford and kind of see that cooler weather starting to filter in here.
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they're expecting a good bit of sunshine, at least early part of the day. that's before our storm system moves inch that's not until tonight. heading out and about, heading to the polls, no excuse not to get out and vote today. daytime hours will be fine. high temperatures in the low 40s this afternoon. >> sarah: breaking overnight, police are investigating a deadly accident in randolph. you can see the vehicle rolled over and crashed into the woods. it happened off route 24 southbound. part of the road was closed for a while, but it has since reopened. all right. let's get a check of the roads now with danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. happy tuesday to you. let's head outside. here's a look at the expressway. traffic moving nicely. let's go to the maps. from braintree to boston expressway northbound, that drive just about ten minutes. south of town new york issues on route 3 or 95, but on route 24, because of that overnight accident, there is an accident investigation going on southbound in randolph. that's just at the horse bridge. so plan ahead that. will cause you some delays this morning. the pike from framingham eastbound into boston, mostly green.
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route 93 from lawrence over 128 into boston looking good as is route 1 this morning. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. the expressway, an easy drive. just ten minutes from braintree to boston. into town on the pike, 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: all right, danielle. it is super tuesday. voters in about a dozen states will be headed to the polls or caucus sites. that includes massachusetts, which is very much still in play. today is the largest one-day prize of convention delegates with more than 1,400 up for grabs. depending on how everything goes, some campaigns could be ending. others could solidify their standing. >> sarah: most polls open here in massachusetts at 7:00. a record turnout is really possible. 595 delegates are up for grabs for the republicans. with so much at stake, g.o.p. candidates are turning up the heat on front-runner donald trump. so let's begin this morning with
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vicki, trump is expected to do pretty well today. >> victoria: he is. he's expected to win most of these super tuesday primaries and caucuses. but that doesn't mean that things have not been intense along the campaign trail at trump's events, at other candidates' events. there have been a few fights that have broken out. a photographer grabbed around the neck and thrown to the ground by a secret service agent. the violence comes during a donald trump rally in virginia. things were heated. dozens of rowdy protesters getting escorted out. the protesters reacting to donald trump's refusal on national tv to condemn the kkk and david duke. trump now blaming equipment for his controversial stand. >> i'm sitting in a house in florida with a very bad earpiece they gave me, an you could hardly hear what he was saying.
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that three bernie sanders supporters got lost. >> victoria: meanwhile, three got thrown out. >> donald trump doesn't stand for the working men and women. >> victoria: and marco rubio prepped with super tuesday with insults of his own for the front-runner. >> how can a person with the worst spray tan in america... >> you know what they say about men with small hands? you can't trust them. >> victoria: john kasich hoping new england states jump-start his campaign, while scenes like this were playing out at trump's event, he was hugging a man with cancer who stood up, earnestly asking kasich to win. >> i intend to remain the adult in the campaign for president of the united states. >> victoria: the secretary of state has said there will be very high voter turnout for today's primary in massachusetts. he says especially among republicans.
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going to be open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. live this morning in waltham, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: patriots owner robert kraft is not come dportable talking about politics publicly but he is comfortable talking about his friendship with donald trump. he went to trump's wedding and the presidential candidate supported him after his wife passed away in 2011. kraft added, "donald has been a very close friend of mine for over two decades, andly always be grateful for him for his thoughtfulness and continued friendship. " kraft didn't endorse trump for president. >> christa: talk about the democrats. they are battling it out here in the bay state. both hillary clinton and bernie sanders making stops in massachusetts on the final day of campaigning. so it's a tight race. massachusetts in play here. polls show that clinton has a slight edge in the polls. 7's byron barnett is out in
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candidate is saying ahead of today's primary. >> now it is time for massachusetts to lead the political revolution. >> byron: in a packed jim at milton high, vermont senator bernie sanders said monday he thinks he has a good shot to win today's massachusetts primary, even though nearly all of the states' democratic establishment supports. >> she has governors and mayors and congressmen and senators. that's the simple reality. we've taken on all of that. ain't easy. that's what we're doing. >> byron: sanders also thinks he's the one who can stop donald absolutely. above and beyond the future of this country, on a personal will level, on a selfish level, i have to admit, i would love that race. >> byron: hillary clinton also voters. >> let's have a great victory in massachusetts. >> byron: she filled the old south meeting house in boston take on the republicans. >> i really regret the language that is being used by
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people, finger-pointing, blaming. that is not how we should behave toward one another. >> byron: and in worcester, president bill clinton made passionate pitch for his wife. >> drag everybody you can to the polls tomorrow. that's why we need to send a loud and clear signal, we are building america. we are not tearing it down. >> christa: that was 7's byron barnett reporting. remember, 7news is your political headquarters for all of super tuesday. we'll have live coverage on air, of course, and online with a team of reporters. don't forget, you can also get updates on the go with our 7news mobile app, as well. >> sarah: happening today, a new hampshire native who paid the ultimate sacrifice during her first day on duty as a police officer will be honored. a funeral is being held for ashley guindon. kris anderson is here with more on how she's being remembered this morning. >> kris: sarah, heartbreaking story. services for officer ashley guindon will be held at a chap
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a viewing will be held this morning and the funeral will begin about noon today. last night hundreds of officers, look at this procession here, escorted as the hearse carrying guindon's body to the funeral home. there guindon was killed saturday, her first day on the job in prince william county, virginia. she was responding to a domestic violence call at the time. the suspect now faces capital murder charges. guindon was from merrimack, new hampshire. officers from the town are now in virginia to pay their respects. >> it is such a tragedy, not only because she was a law enforcement officer, but because the close connection here in town. >> it doesn't matter if it's a police officer here locally, regionally or across the country, a little piece of us dies with every police officer that's struck down and killed in the line of duty. >> kris: ashley guindon was born in springfield. following the funeral, her body will be buried there. she's set to be buried next to her father who served in afghanistan more than a decade ago. live in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7news "today in new
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>> christa: right now police are monitoring the old holyoke armory building after it suddenly crapsed last night. you can see these pictures. the building's brick wall and the roof came crashing down. no one was hurt. police are there at the scene the make sure everybody is safe around that scene. the building has been abandoned for more than ten years and was set to be demolished. it's all clear at boston children's hospital. a lab there this morning. fire officials say plastic contain on a hot plate melted, dripping on to the floor and creating a haze in one of the rooms. no one was inside at the time. firefighters evacuated workers. no one was injured. >> sarah: the melrose police department paying a few hundred dollars to get back online. hackers got into the computer system and planted a virus that made it impossible to access some of the files. the city had to pay about $500 to fix the problem. the mayor says this isn't the first time he's heard of this kind of problem.
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and unfortunately it's a new form of i guess domestic terrorism in the sense of attacking municipality, attacking public safety, attacking hospitals. this is the new world we live in. unfortunately there are a lot of small victims out there. >> sarah: last spring tewksbury police were hit and also paid a few hundred dollars to get back online. and a few years ago swampscott had a similar problem, but they instead paid to have an outside firm take care of that problem. >> christa: we have new details on the investigation into state senator brian joyce. according to the "globe," federal prosecutors are looking into joyce's involvement in an affordable houng project in his district. so they have subpoenaed the town of easton for all the documents related to that same project. they're saying that joyce represented the developer as a private attorney at the time. last month the f.b.i. and i.r.s. raided joyce's law office in canton. >> sarah: we're off the a busy start this tuesday morning. still ahead, malden police
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what he used to go after a store clerk. >> christa: erin andrews breaking down in tears in court as she details how she found out about some new videos that were taken without her knowledge. >> sarah: and after nearly a year of floating above the earth, scott kelly is about to put his feet back on firm ground when his historic trip comes to an end. >> rob: i'm really going to miss the pictures he took and sent out on social media while he was up there. 64 record-tying degrees. big changes. nothing like that in the seven-day forecast. we'll have that coming up. >> danielle: good morning, everyone. here's a look at the expressway. no major delays. about ten minutes from braintree into boston. we have an incident south of town on route 24 in randolph, an accident investigation from an overnight crash. that's causing some delays, something to keep in mind. on time.
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>> sarah: welcome back. super tuesday, march 1st. big day here. >> christa: it is. it's also really windy outside. we had some "wizard of oz" moment, which we normally do in government center, because it's always so windy, rob. >> sarah: it's a wind tunnel. >> rob: it is a tunnel. you have to brace yourself as you walk between the buildings. breezy out there today, but other than that, really no problems. you don't have to worry if you're getting ready to head out and vote. no excuse. this is middle of the night, a mix. but no worries in terms of wintry weather tomorrow. tomorrow the concern will be rain and gusty winds, not quite as bad as what we had last week, but still looks fairly gusty tomorrow. another look at the winter weather advisory. again, it's for areas north and west of 128. begins at 8:00 p.m. but it's not until midnight before we'll see any wintry weather. and it's only for a couple hours between about midnight and about 4:00 or 4:00 a.m. so you're not really going to see it unless you're out and about in the middle of the night.
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37 in beverly. 40 in plymouth. 43 in hyannis. here are the winds. we have 23 sustained in boston. that's enough that you'll notice with gusts higher than that. 23 sustained in p-town. breezy this morning. winds will calm down this afternoon. and then the winds will really start to pick up later on tonight and tomorrow morning. it will be awfully gusty. meantime, satellite and radar looking fairly quiet. a couple of high, thin clouds streaming across the skies. expecting a good bit of sunshine when it comes up in a little bit, over an hour from now. a good bit of sunshine for most of the day. as we head into the afternoon and evening hours, we'll start to see the leading edge of the clouds associated with our next storm system. currently moving into illinois. that will be the one that brings us the kind of mixed precipitation tonight and then the rain tomorrow. now this will track to our north and west, which means we end up on the warm side of the storm, and tomorrow temperatures will be well up into the 50s. somewhat similar to the storm that we had out there last week, where it was very warm and windy and rainy.
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as strong. but same general track and same general idea. headed through the time line here, do see the clouds start the move in as we head into the afternoon hours. here's 8:00. so even then, still not really picking up on a drop of rain or anything across the area. but get closer to midnight, and that's when we could start to see... green would be the rain. pink would be the mixed stuff. so western mass, southern vermont start to see that very midnight that. quickly changes over to all rain just about everywhere. and again, look at future cast here indicating the yellows and oranges indicating the possibly some the heavier rain not out of the question. we could even get a rumble or two of thunder out there tomorrow morning along with some gusty winds. again, not quite as bad as what we had out there last week. still, another round of rain and gusty wind headed our way tomorrow, mainly the morning hours. it will clear out in the afternoon and evening hours. clear and cold for thursday. temperatures in the teens thursday morning with the wind-chill to make you feel closer to zero.
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we're watching a coastal storm that could graze the cape with maybe a few flurries on friday afternoon. >> christa: all right. rob, thank you. also this morning, sportscaster erin andrews is headed back to court one day after sobbing on the stand in her $75 million civil trial. let's go to 7's kris anderson. she was talking, kris, about the moment she found out these disturbing videos existed. >> kris: that's when the emotion really started to flow. you saw that on the stand yesterday. erin andrews says her life has in the been the same since that video was released in 2009. she says her entire ordeal could have been prevented. >> i felt so ashamed. i was so embarrassed. >> kris: while on the stand monday, a visibly shaken erin andrews testified about the secret nude video taken of her and posted on the internet. >> i was so angry. this could have been stopped. the national marriott could have just called me and said, we're
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to be next to you, is this okay? and i would have called the cops and we would have gotten him. it could have stopped. >> kris: andrews is suing the owner and manager of the nashville marriott and the man who took that video for $75 million. the jury saw that man's deposition on monday. >> your plan was to videotape her without her knowledge, correct? >> correct. >> kris: andrews says after she first watched the video, she called her parents. it was just screaming that i was naked all over the internet and i didn't know what it was, and my dad was like... he thought i had been in a car accident. he's like, "why are you screaming?" i'm just like, "dad, i'm naked all over the internet. i don't know what it is. ". >> kris: andrews says she suffers from depression, panic attacks and anxiety on a daily basis because of the incident. >> all i wanted to be is respected and the girl next door who loves sports. now i'm the girl with the hotel scandal. it's embarrassing.
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barratt is solely the blame for what happened here. andrews says from the beginning stunt. live in the newsroom, kris england." >> sarah: after nearly a year in space, astronaut scott kelly is ready to return home. kelly is heading back to earth today after spending the path 340 days on the international space station. he set the american record for the longest duration in space and the most cumulative time in space. nasa will now look at the effects the time and space had on him as they try to prepare astronauts for a future mission to mars. >> christa: i wonder how weird it's going to be for him to walk around. >> sarah: right, after floating all the time. his pictures he's posted have been incredible. >> christa: up next on 7, tom brady staying put. good news, pats nation, after reportedly signing a contract extension. how long it will keep him playing for the patriots coming up. >> sarah: and service shake-up. when the mbta is ending its
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america runs on dunkin'. >> and now time for 7sports with joe amorosino. >> joe: good morning. only four players in nfl history have police department 20 or more seasons with the same team, and tom brady has a chance to become fifth. brady and the patriots reportedly agreeing to a two-year contract extension that would take him through the 2019 season. bruins' fans fit to be tied, angry about the team's failure the move free agent to-be loui eriksson. don sweeney made two minor moves, acquiring veteran forward lee stempniak and defenseman john-michael liles. this is why sweeney did not trade eriksson. >> the deal had to be right for this organization for me to do that. that's what i've been entrusted to do. i'm going to continue to do that. for me loui eriksson is an important part of what we're doing now. pri preference was to explore
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loui and indicateing to him that he's an important part of our team as we are now and hopefully going forward. >> joe: celtics and jazz in a tight game at the garden. cements down two. 30 seconds to go, jae crowder continues to hit big shots. hi drills the trey. celtics take a 96-95 lead. he had a team high 22. they seal the win with defense. avery bradley getting up to block gordon hayward despite giving up nearly six inches. 13 blocks as a team last night. the celtics win it 100-95 the final. the celtics have now won 11 straight at home. that's sports. i'm joe amorosino. have a great day. >> sarah: coming up next at 5:30. the mbta putting the brakes on its late-night service. when "t" riders out late on weekends will need to find a new way home. >> reporter: and we're live in madden. police searching for man they say robbed a convenience store with a hypodermic needle. we'll show you that video straight ahead. >> christa: and boston police releasing video of an
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>> sarah: a robber on the run this morning after making off with cash in malden. what he used to threaten a store clerk. >> christa: and hold the salt. why a major u.s. city is -- city's first-of-itself-kind rule will not be going into effect today. >> sarah: and how nasa will not be getting involved in supersonic air travel. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good morning, everybody. thanks for waking up with us on this super tuesday, march 1st. i'm sarah french. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. we actually set some records in the weather department, tied some, as well, in boston for warmth. now we have a wind tunnel effect out there, rob some go figure. >> rob: and a winter weather advisory.
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record for leap day in boston. it had stood since 1880. that was yesterday afternoon. today we're talking about a winter weather advisory only for areas north and west of 128 beginning at 8:00 p.m. and going through the night. for now no problems. radar all quiet. that should be the case through the day. a little gusty out there. here's a storm system. it's not going to get here until the middle of the night. that means during the day, no worries. no excuse not to get out to the polls. breezy, gusty this morning. low 40s this afternoon. still quiet when the polls close at 8:00 p.m. just cloudy at that time. but rain rolls inch the middle of the night. and it continues into tomorrow morning. not expecting any wintry weather by the commute time, but there could be gusty winds, maybe even a rumble of thunder to talk about this time tomorrow morning. more on that in the seven-day forecast coming up. >> sarah: time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. let's head outside. take a look. here's the braintree split. traffic slow getting on the expressway. witness you get through this, let's go to the maps from braintree into boston. that drive going to take you about 11 minutes.
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accident investigation on route 24 in randolph. all lanes are open now. delays. route 3 looks good, as does route 95 this morning. the pike from framingham eastbound into boston, you're all green there. about. on 93 southbound, from 495 over looking good. so is route 1 this morning. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. 11 minutes on the expressway from braintree enter boston. into town on the pike from 128, 12 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge 11 minutes. if you're the taking the "t," it's on time this morning. back to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, thank you. voters in 12 states, including massachusetts, heading to the polls today for super tuesday. nearly one-third of the delegates needed for the nomination are up for grabs. polls here show donald trump beating his republican rivals by a landslide and the democratic race in massachusetts very close. the funeral for police officer
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services will be held down in woodbridge, virginia. guindon, as we've been reporting, was from merrimack, new hampshire, and was killed saturday responding to a domestic dispute, her first day on duty. she'll be buried in springfield where she was born. >> sarah: right now police in malden are looking for a robber on the run this morning. he's accused of assaulting a store clerk with a hypodermic needle. 7's nicole oliverio live with a closer look at the man police are trying to find. >> nicole: sarah, this armed robbery happening on sunday here at the village mart on florence street in malden. if you take a look at the surveillance sidney from inside the store, you can see this man run behind the counter. he apparently told the clerk never showed a gun. you can see he has a hypodermic needle as he's attacking that clerk, trying to take cash out of the register. now, there is a struggle before the clerk eventually gets that robber out of the store and she chases him out with a bat. but take a look. police are also releasing this still image of the suspect.
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the store with his face uncovered. so they're asking anyone with information about who this man may be to give him a call. now, fortunately that clerk was not hurt. again, that suspect getting away with money. we're live in malden, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: and we're following more news this morning. the dartmouth police chief saying an officer was justified in a shooting, a shooting a man after a confrontation. police say the 23-year-old suspect lunged at them with a knife. so the officer apparently tried to use a taser but it didn't stop the man. that's when he opened fire. police were originally called to the scene when the suspect was involved in a domestic disturbance, reportedly with his mother. we're now seeing and hearing the moments leading up to a deadly police shooting that happened in dorchester last month. >> drop the [bleeped] gun. >> shots fired! we got a suspect down!
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>> drop the gun! >> christa: this video was released by the district attorney. it shows officers responding to a shooting on february 12th. they say they found one suspect dragging along another man who was limping. police say the suspect had a gun and when he wouldn't listen to orders to drop it, they were forced to fire. >> sarah: new details on a hit-and-run in worcester. police found the car that hit two people, but they're still looking for the driver. police say the license plate on the car was switched. a man and woman were found lying in the road sunday afternoon. the man has been released from the hospital. the woman is in serious but stable condition. >> christa: boston city northeastern university after they skipped last night's hearing on the school's controversial decision to arm campus police officers with semi-automatic weapons. in a letter to the city council last week. school leaders said they would not be coming to this meeting. boston's police chief and dozens
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up to express their concerns over the plan. >> sarah: happening today, people in brockton will get a chance to discuss a proposed casino in the city. a public meeting will be held at massasoit community college and is scheduled to begin at 4:00 p.m. mass gaming an entertainment has proposed building a $677 million resort casino on the site of the brockton fairgrounds. if approved it may compete with a bid to build a casino in taunton. the mbta will be shutting down its late-night service this month. officials voting unanimously mud -- monday that the pilot program is not cost effective. they said that will free up time for evening maintenance. the board didn't set an exact date for when late-night service would stop, but they did say it will end no later than march 18th. >> christa: all right. just ahead, remember that collection of harry potter books you bought way back when? i don't know if you were fan or not... >> sarah: my youngest brother was. >> christa: did he real all of them? >> he did.
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closer look at how much those books could be worth now. >> sarah: and why a law forcing new york city restaurants to post sodium warnings on their menus will not go into effect today as originally planned. >> rob: if this were a roller coaster ride, we'd be up at the top looking down at what's to come. big changes in the seven-day forecast. that's coming right up. >> danielle: and good morning, everyone. here's a look at the braintree split. traffic getting onto the expressway is a little backed up there, about ten to 15 minutes on the expressway northbound from braintree to boston. the earlier accident investigation on route 24 in randolph has cleared. if you're taking the "t," it's on time.
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>> rob: gusty winds out of the west at 23mph. it makes it feel cooler than the actual temperature. 38 currently in boston. wind-chill makes it feel more like 27. so definitely chilly compared the what we had out there yesterday. 60s yesterday. only in the 40s this afternoon. no travel concerns whatsoever for the morning commute or the evening commute. middle of the night there could be some icy spots. more on that in the seven-day
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>> christa: take a look at what's trending today. those old harry potter books collecting dust on your shelf could be worth quite a bit of money. a web site that specializes in rare books says that early editions of harry potter could be worth thousands of dollars. a u.k. first edition of harry potter and the philosopher's stone could net you about 55,000. >> sarah: my goodness. >> christa: american first editions not worth quite as much but could get you around $6,500. sarah will raid her brother's bookshelf. >> sarah: yes, i am. nasa is hoping to develop a supersonic jet. the space agency gave $20 million to lockheed mart on the develop a passenger jet that can fly faster than the speed of sound. this is a preliminary design. the jet would use technology to create a soft sound instead of rattling sonic booms in flight that can be heard for miles. supersonic commercial jet travel ended in 2000 when the concorde crashed in france.
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lack of sleep could enhance the joy of eating. yes. a study showed not getting enough sleep boosts a chemical in the body that makes you really enjoy eating, especially of course sweet, salty and high-fat foods. >> sarah: i wondered why once i came to the morning show i just started eating all the time. >> christa: oh, did you? yeah. clearly this is a problem for you, sarah. no, i'm kidding. >> sarah: comfort food. you love it. >> christa: the money chi, when you're staying up late and studying and doing those all-nighters. you eat in order to stay awake. it's in surprise. >> sarah: we have a lot to get to this morning. everything you need to know and go is coming up next, including the fight going on at yosemite national park that could lead to some name changes. >> byron: and super tuesday voting begins in massachusetts in a little over an hour. for the democrats it's the moment of truth for hillary clinton and bernie sanders. >> reporter: and we're live at a polling place in waltham,
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your forecast. >> rob: you need to know you need to go back south if you want weather like we had yesterday. could be some snow moving over the great lakes. big storm moving into the pacific northwest. for us it's that storm system currently imed packing the midwest and the great lakes that will move in here overnight tonight and into tomorrow. that's prompted a winter weather advisory for areas along and north of 128. does not include the immediate boston area, south shore or north shore. just north and west of 128. really between midnight and 4:00 a.m. we could see a trace of snow, nothing measurable, and a trace of ice, again nothing measurable. the night. should be long gone by the morning commute tomorrow. in fact, by then it will be rain everywhere and the concern will be heavy rain, possibly some ponding on the roadways heading to work tomorrow. 45 in bedford. 40 in plymouth. 37 the current temperature in norwood. winds gusty out there. still seeing some gusts on the order of about 3mph. the winds have calmed down middle part of the day and pick
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and again tomorrow morning at this time we could be talking about gusts in the order of 40 to 50mph. so today a hint of things to come. but a little wind does make it feel cooler. so rather than feeling like it's in the upper 30s, feels like it's in the upper 20s when you factor in that little bit of a wind out there for most of us. high temperatures, one of those days where it doesn't warm up. upper 30s and low 40s. we'll finish out the day in the low 40s this afternoon. cooler weather begins to rush in as we head through the seven-day forecast. one more day in the 50s tomorrow. rain and gusty winds mainly in the morning hours, but behind that storm system, much cooler weather, talking teens with the wind-chill near zero by thursday morning. ladies? >> sarah: all right, thanks, rob. let's get a check of your roads now with danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. let's head outside. take a look. this is 39 southbound heading through vehicular somerville into boston. looking good so far this morning. let's go to the maps. about. this is in peabody. several cars have flat tires at
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of a big pothole on the road. so keep that in mind if you're traveling on 95 southbound through peabody this morning. the rest of your ride on route 1 looking good. and 93 as you just saw looking good, as well. south of town from braintree the boston on the expressway northbound, that drive is 13 minutes this morning. south of town, route 3, 24 and 95 looking pretty good so far. the pike from framingham eastbound into boston, that drive mostly green some no major delays there. let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. about 15 minutes on the boston. into town on the pike from 128, just 12 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, that drive 11 minutes. back to you, guys. danielle. super tuesday is the biggest day yet in the 2016 race for the white house. states from alaska to georgia right here in massachusetts, of course, weighing in on the nominations. ism polls open in the bay state in about 90 minutes. voters getting their say in what's been a wild primary
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we have a team of reporters covering the races. let's start w-7's victoria warren. she has more on the republicans. we'll get to her in a moment. oh, no, we're going to you, vicki. sarah. an exciting day in massachusetts. it is siewrp tuesday. and the secretary of state is predicting a very high voter turnout, especially among republicans, comparing the race more to a wrestling match than a tennis match. all you need to do is look at themes from yesterday to know what he's talking about. this video shows a news photographer grabbed by the neck at a donald trump event, thrown to the ground by the secret service as angry protesters are escorted out. we also have some marco rubio video. he spent his days leading up to super tuesday spewing insults at donald trump, criticizing his spray tan and size of his hands. ted cruz in texas, he also dealt with hecklers while saying
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everything voters are mad about. and john kasich, he's spending a will the of time in new england, and he told voters that he intends to remain the only adult in the race for president. so these are some of the scenes leading up to today to super tuesday. a lot of the delegates at stake today in the primary races and the caucuses that are happening here in massachusetts, the polls are set to open around 7:00 this morning. live this morning in waltham, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: all right, vicki, thank you. now let's go to the democrats. byron, you had the bait your the un. -- wait your turn. here you are now. >> byron: we're here at a polling place in worcester. don't mind waiting my turn. they will be open for business here if a little over an hour. voters will finally have their say. meantime, the democratic candidates made one final swing through the bay state. now, here's last night. president bill clinton back on
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urging people here to vote for his wife and telling them to drag everyone they can to the polls with them. meanwhile, a hillary clinton campaign in springfield ands be yesterday making a last-minute appeal the voters. she ended her day in another super tuesday state, virginia, where she denounced what she called the hateful rhetoric of the republicans. and while all this was happening, vermont senator berrer bernie sanders held a rally at a school. he says he's taking on not only hillary clinton here but virtually all of the massachusetts democratic establishment. now here in massachusetts, hillary clinton has been leading in the polls, but bernie sanders says he believes he can do well if voter turnout is high. that's the latest live here in worcester. i'm byron barnett, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: right now police are searching for a robber on the run in cranston, rhode island. police say the suspect, who you
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mask. he shot the clerk multiple times during the attempted robbery that. clerk was taken to the hospital in critical can be. the police brought in dogs to help track down the suspect, but so far he has not been caught. a big bust in chelsea lands a man we hide bars. 58-year-old wynn clark is facing several drug charges. officers arrested him over the weekend after a month-long investigation. they say he had packages of drugs, including crack cocaine and heroin, ready for sale when they found him. detectives say he's been arrested five times for selling drugs since 2013. >> christa: happening later today, the 14-year-old accused in that school shooting out in ohio will be in court. police say this teenager opened fire inside the school cafeteria in madison township on monday morning. two students were shot and injured. two others were hurt trying to get away. all four are expected to be okay. officers say they do have a motive for the crime, but they're not releasing it just now.
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attractions at yosemite national park has some new names this morning. this new name took effect at midnight. so last year the parks service announced that the names of attractions would change when yosemite switched to a new company that would run the property. in order to keep the names, the park would have had to have paid $50 million to buy the rights. >> it's just heartbreaking to see, and i hope that at some point down the road that we can reverse this. >> christa: well, the company says, the none one, says 95% of employees at the park will retain their jobs. a judge has halted a new york city law that requires restaurants to post warnings on menus about foods high in salt. the law was scheduled the take effect today, but the national restaurant association sued last week. if the law were put into effect, the city could fine restaurants that don't comply with this rule.
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water crisis in flint, michigan. federal, state and local leaders took part in a town hall four um aimed at answering the questions of those who live there. >> christa: they have so many concerns. they raised them on monday, everything from replacing lead pipes to aid in the clean-up. they also placed blame for the crisis. >> the adults who are living with disabilities and the seniors in the city of flint are being left to die. there's already nine people with... who are dead. the blood is on yours and the give's hands and whoever else may be responsible for this. >> christa: so the environmental protection agency is now asking every state to review their procedures for treating and sampling water as a result. >> sarah: new this morning, a mosquito trap created in canada could be helped to slow the spread of the zika virus. it's simple. you just add water to the traps to attract mosquitoes. the traps are coated with insecticide, which will kill the eggs they lay. orders are already piling up from around the world, including
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also new this morning, mexican authorities are searching for a container of radioactive material that was stolen along with a truck. a company reported the theft on saturday. officials say the material can be deadly if it's not handled correctly. according to a report, this is the fifth time radioactive material has been stolen from mexico since 2013. >> christa: now to 7 healthcast, a new study said medication used to treat adhd may affect bone health in kids and teenagers. researchers found that kids and teens who were taking adhd medications had significant decreases in bone density compared to those not taking those prescriptions. data from thousands of athletes with concussions showing that using helmets that don't fit increases the severity of those concussions. a high school athletes tested had more drowsiness, noise sentence difficult and
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wore properly fitting hell -- helmets. players what use air or gel-lined helmets also had concussion-symptoms longer. msn health has secrets of people who stay effortlessly slim. they have a scale for starters. slim people check in usually about once a week. some experts say that weighing yourself every day is even a good idea to lose weight. also they say don't restrict what you eat. participants in a study say that they use other ways to not overeat, like listening to their body and cooking at home and they eat mindfully. most of those who took part say they stay conscious of what they eat without dieting. effortlessly slim people do not eat out of boredom or any other reason besides being hungry. okay. i feel really inadequate after reading that list. that was not meant to make everybody out there feel bad, but we did this story i guess, and we wanted to pass that along morning. >> sarah: these days, rob, i'm
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a microwaveable meal. >> christa: tell me about it. tell me about it. >> rob: true story, i have an 18-pound cat. vet told me i need to buy a scale for the cat. true story. low to mid-40s this afternoon. clouds. rain likely tonight into tomorrow morning. guys? >> christa: i want the meet his cat. he sounds fun. all right. so, what moves me? it's the journey. the feeling of doing. it's making choices for a healthier me, a healthier us. i'm on my path and i love it. the path to a healthier you starts with nature's path pumpkin flax granola. crunchy clusters of
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>> christa: decision day in the white house. it could be make or break for some of the candidates. >> sarah: chaos at a trump campaign event. a journalist attacks and protesters kicked out. live team coverage of super tuesday.
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danger in store. a clerk forced to fight off a masked robber who pulled a needle on her. >> sarah: a touching tribute to fallen officer from new england. hundreds turning out ahead of her funeral today. >> i felt so ashamed. >> christa: an emotional erin andrews testifying about a peeping tom who posted a naked video of her online. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> christa: good morning, everybody. 6:00 a.m. it's tuesday. i'm christa delcamp. >> sarah: i'm sarah french. it's pretty windy out there. rob eicher even said we have a >> christa: wow. >> rob: for tonight. it begins at 8:00. that's only for areas north and west of 128. so boston is not included in that. really only worried about the hours between about midnight and 4:00 a.m. could briefly be some icy spots really middle part of the night. won't be a concern for the 36 currently. winds out of the west-northwest at 13. still gug gsh getting gusts up
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gusts will calm down briefly this afternoon and pick up again tonight. there's the storm that will make its way in here during the overnight hours, but not until tonight some no excuse not to get out and vote today. no worries for the morning commute or the evening commute. thanks, rob. with danielle gersh. >> sarah: . good morning, everyone. this is a look at the expressway this morning. traffic is moving slowly. from braintree to boston expressway northbound, that minutes. you're really starting to slow down at granite avenue there. route 3, 24, 95 looking good this morning. no issues to tell you about there. we do have an accident in milford on 495 northbound at route 85. the pike no major issues heading into boston eastbound. let's head north of town inch peabody we had some earlier disabled vehicles from a big pothole on 95 southbound and route 1. it looks like that's cleared up, but route 1 heading into boston looking good. so is 93 southbound this morning.
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head out the door this morning. 20 to 25 minutes on the expressway from braintree into boston. into town on the pike from 128, just 12 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 14 minutes. back to you, guys. >>christa: okay some we're an hour away from super tuesday officially beginning with voting with seven candidates in the race right now. and by this time tomorrow, that `field could be significantly narrowed. it could be a make-or-break day for a lot of these candidates. >> sarah: officials are predicting high voter turnout. contests in 12 states, including massachusetts, could see the highest primary turnout, including in the commonwealth. we have live team coverage from byron barnett who is in worcester with more on the democrats who stumped here until late last night. byron? >> byron: that's right. we're at a polling place in worcester where they're getting things ready right now. they'll be open for business in a little less than an hour. voters will finally have their say. this after bernie sanders and
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swing through the bay state. >> now it is time for massachusetts to lead the political revolution. >> byron: in a packed gym at milton high, vermont senator bernie sanders said monday he thinks he has a good shot to win today's massachusetts primary, even though nearly all of the states' democratic establishment supports hillary clinton. >> she has governors and mayors and congressmen and senators. that's the simple reality. we've taken on all of that. ain't easy. that's what we're doing. >> byron: sanders also thinks he's the one who can stop donald trump. >> absolutely. and i'll tell you something, above and beyond the future of this country, on a personal level, on a selfish level, i have to admit, i would love that race. >> byron: hillary clinton also made a last-minute appeal to voters. >> let's have a great victory in massachusetts. >> byron: she filled the old south meeting house in boston before traveling to virginia the take on the republicans. >> i really regret the language that is being used by republicans -- scapegoating
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blaming. that is not how we should behave toward one another. >> byron: and in worcester, president bill clinton made a passionate pitch for his wife. >> that's why i want you to drag everybody you can to the polls for her tomorrow. that's why we're sending a loud and clear signal -- we're building america. we're in the tearing it down. byron wiern here in massachusetts, hillary clinton has been leading in the polls, but bernie sanders says he's confident he can do well if voter turnout is high. that's the story live from worcester, i'm byron barnett, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: byron, thank you. as for the republicans, a donald trump event turning chaotic. a photographer slammed to the ground by a secret service agent as loud and angry protesters are led out of a rally down in virginia. much more on the g.o.p. campaigns. for that we'll go to victoria warren in waltham. vicki? >> victoria: good morning. no doubt the g.o.p. campaign this primary season very
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today is super tuesday. and as voters go to the polls in massachusetts and at several states across the country, they do so after some fights broke out at several campaign events. a photographer grabbed around the neck and thrown to the ground by a secret service agent. the violence comes during a donald trump rally in virginia. things were heated, dozens of rowdy protesters getting escorted out. the protesters reacting to donald trump's refusal on national tv to condemn the kkk and david duke. trump now blaming equipment for his controversial stand. >> i'm sitting in a house in florida with a very bad earpiece they gave me, and you could hardly hear what he was saying. >> well, it's very nice to know that three bernie sanders supporters got lost. >> victoria: meanwhile hecklers at a ted cruz event
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texas is cruz's home state. trump. >> donald trump represents everything you're mad about washington, the deal making that doesn't stand with the working men and women. >> victoria: and marco rubio prepped for super tuesday with insults of his own for the front-runner. >> how can a person with the worst spray tan in america... you know what they say about men with small hands. you can't trust them. >> victoria: john kasich hoping new england states jump-start his campaign. while scenes like this were playing out at trump's event, he was hug manning with cancer who stood up, earnestly asking kasich to win. >> i intend to remain the adult in the campaign for president of the united states. >> victoria: and the secretary of state in massachusetts has predicted incredibly high voter turnout, especially on the republican side. when asked why he thinks that is going to happen, he said that past races he likened to a tennis match. this republican primary he likens to a wrestling match.
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victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: patriots owner robert kraft says he's not comfortable talking about politics publicly but he's comfortable talking about his long-time friendship with donald trump. in a statement, kraft said he went to trump's wedding and that the republican presidential candidate supported him after his wife passed away in 2011. in the statement, kraft added, "donald has been a very close decades. i will always be grateful to him for his thoughtfulness and for his continued friendship." kraft, however, didn't endorse trump for president. we'll have all the super tuesday coverage for you on 7 nbc. tonight "nbc nightly news" is expanding to an hour. nbc will also have a 10:00 p.m. election special and we'll have a full recap of super tuesday right here on 7news at 11:00. >> christa: new this morning, part of boylston street in boston is closed down. you should know. this is because of falling
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this is between hereford and fairfield streets. you can see the building right here. part of gloucester street is also closed right now, as well. we'll keep you posted on that. >> sarah: also new this morning, state police are investigating a deadly accident in randolph. you can see the vehicle rolled over and crashed into the woods. it happened off route 24 southbound. part of the road was closed for a while, but it has since been reopened. >> christa: happening today, tributes for the new england native killed in the line of duty on her first day as a police officer in virginia. ashley guindon was born in springfield. she attended high school up in merrimack, new hampshire, and members of law enforcement there are joining thousands of others to honor her today. let's go to 7's kris anderson with the latest. kris? >> kris: christa, services for officer ashley guindon will be held at chap until woodbridge, virginia today. a viewing will be held this morning, and that funeral is set to begin at noon today. last night hundreds of officers escorted as the hearse that
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the funeral home. guindon was killed saturday while responding to a domestic violence call. the suspect now faces capital murder charges. police officers from guindon's hometown will be paying their respects today. >> it's such a tragedy. you know, not only because she was a law enforcement officer, but because there's a close connection here in town. >> it doesn't matter if it's a police officer here, locally, regionally or across the country, a little piece of us dies with every police officer that's struck down and killed in the line of duty. >> sarah: ashley. >> kris: ashley guindon will massachusetts, next to her father who served in afghanistan more than a decade ago. live at the breaking newsdesk, new england." >> sarah: the melrose police department paying a ransom demand to get back online. hackers got into the computer system and plant advise us are that made it impossible to access some files. the city had to pay about $500 to fix the problem. the mayor says this isn't the
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kind of problem. >> it's throughout the country. and unfortunately it's a new form of i guess dough -- domestic terrorism in the sense of attacking municipality, public safety, hospitals. this is the new world we live in. unfortunately there are a lot of small victims out there. >> sarah: last spring tewksbury police also paid to get access to their files. and a few years ago swampscott had to hire a company to get rid of a similar virus. >> christa: we have new details now on that investigation into state senator brian joyce. according to the bloak, federal prosecutors are now looking into joyce's involvement in an affordable housing district project. they've subpoenaed the town of easton for all documents related to ha that project saying joyce represented the developer as a private attorney. last month f.b.i. and i.r.s. raided joyce's law office in canton. a federal judge in new york cracking the code in support of apple as the f.b.i. tries to get new software from them.
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ruled that the u.s. justice department cannot force the tech company to provide the f.b.i. with access to data from a locked iphone. now, that decision supports the tech giant's refusal to help the agency hack into an iphone linked to one of the san bernardino shooters. >> sarah: new this morning, a frightening robbery for a local woman. she fights off masked man threatening her with a weapon. >> it is so embarrassing. it was my private time. i never thought this could happen. >> christa: dramatic day in court as erin andrews testifies in her talker trial the moment that brought her to tears yesterday. >> sarah: coming back down to earth, astronaut scott kelly ending his year in space. >> rob: i'm going to miss the pictures he took. 64 degrees yesterday afternoon. i'm going to miss that. that leaves us just shy of the warmest winter on record, meteorological winter -- december, january and february.
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annow in dicious ccolate. >> sarah: welcome back. 6:14. definitely windy out there this morning. be advised, folks. i'm learning we set and met some records that we've got a winter advisory coming up. and i'm learning about rob, by the way. welcome, rob. we appreciate you coming in and helping out. >> rob: thank you for letting me fill in for chris for the week. i could never fill his shoes. i can only hope not to burn the place down while he's not here. he'll be back next week. slight chance for a little rain. very, very late today. more like closer to midnight. and then in some area, it could be a mix. but by far the bigger story will be the heavy rain and really gusty winds tomorrow. winter weather advisory issued for areas along and north of 128. we're concerned about the worcester hills. higher terrain in the berkes and the green mountains. this will not have any impact whatsoever inside 128. the timing would be mainly
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so even in those areas, not going to be an issue for monday morning commute. right now got 31 in fitchburg. 27 in jaffrey. get the hint that there is some cooler weather that's going to try to work its way in here as we head throughout the day. high temperatures today nowhere near what they were yesterday. we'll top out in the low 40s. winds in the order of 10, 15, 20mph. still gug gusts 25 to 30. that makes it feel like it's in 30s. a little wind-chill factor out there this morning. for now satellite and radar all quiet. this is the storm system that we're watching for overnight tonight enter tomorrow. you can see the snow there across the great lakes. and again, for most of us, this will be an all-rain event. and it's not going to be until late today. might notice a few clouds this afternoon. a few more clouds this herening. but really the action doesn't begin until closer to midnight. the green would be rain. the pink would be the mixed stuff. so just some hit or miss icy spots again. the worcester hills over to the berkes and then already by tomorrow morning, this is all rain. is here we are, 6:00 a.m., morning commute. this is all rain, but there
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not even out of the question we could get a rumble of thunder. with that some wind gusts on the order of 50 to 60mph. that clears out in the afternoon and evening hours. it's only a morning event. not expecting to be quite as significant as the storm system we had last week. but same idea. rumbles of thunder, strong, gusty winds and heavy rain. temperatures will be in the mid-50s early tomorrow morning, they'll fall into the 40s tomorrow afternoon and it gets really cold by thursday. talking teens thursday morning with the wind-chill that will make it feel closer to zero. next storm system due to arrive on friday. looks like it will glance the cape with maybe a few flurries friday afternoon. >> christa:>> sarah: time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. let's head outside. here's a look at 39 through somerville heading into boston. not looking too bad. let's go to the maps. we have an accident in andover. 93 southbound at dascomb road. the rest of your drive on 93 southbound not looking too bad. route 1 mostly green. south of town from braintree into boston expressway
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minutes. route 24, 3 and 95 all looking pretty good so far this morning. the pike, no issues. but we do have an accident in milford. this is 495 northbound. right at route 85. the rest of you drive on the pike not looking too bad. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. 26 minutes from braintree into boston expressway. into town on the pike from 128, just 12 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 15 minutes. back to you, guys. >> i felt so ashamed. i was so embarrassed. >> christa: sportscaster erin andrews weeping in the courtroom yesterday. she testified in her $75 million civil trial about being videotaped naked in her hotel room without her knowledge. let's go to 7's kris anderson. he has more on this tearful testimony from yesterday. >> kris: it was emotional at times. erin andrews says her life has
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video was released in 2009. she says her entire ordeal could have been prevented. >> i felt so ashamed. i was so embarrassed. >> kris: while on the stand monday, a visibly shaken erin andrews testified about the secret nude video taken of her and posted on the internet. >> i was so angry. this could have been stopped. the national marriott could have just called me and said, we're putting this man that requested to be next to you, is this okay? and i would have called the cops and we would have gotten him. it could have stopped. >> kris: andrews is suing the owner and manager of the nashville marriott and the man who took that video for $75 million. the jury saw that man's deposition on monday. >> your plan was to videotape her without her knowledge, correct? >> correct. >> kris: andrews says after she first watched the video, she called her parents. it was just screaming that i was naked all over the internet and i didn't know what it was, and
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had been in a car accident. he's like, "why are you screaming?" i'm just like, "dad, i'm naked all over the internet. i don't know what it is." >> kris: andrews says she suffers from depression, panic attacks and anxiety on a daily basis because of the incident. >> all i wanted to do is be respected. all i wanted to do is be the girl next door who loves sports. now i'm the girl with the hotel scandal. it's wears embarrassing. >> kris: the hotel says barrett is solely to blame for what happened here. andrews has said from the beginning this is in no way a live in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: after nearly a year in space, astronaut scott kelly is ready to return home. kelly is heading back to earth today after spending the path 340 days on the international space station. he set the american record for the longest duration in space and the most cumulative time in space. nasa will now look at the effects the time and space had
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astronauts for a future mission to mars. >> christa: he looks like he's really enjoying zero gravity to the fullest. i think he's going to miss it. >> sarah: yeah. >> christa: all right. 6:20. still ahead, the search is on this tuesday morning for a robber who opened fire on a clerk inside a new england store sending him to the hospital. >> sarah: tom brady extending his stay with the patriots and adding to his mark on football history. >> christa: some local high school basketball players learn a tough lesson on the court. you know what they say: never
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>> christa: we're back at 6:24 - this super tuesday. patriots' fans you're probably happy the hear the team has agreed to an extension with q.b. tom brady. according to reports, brady agreed to a two-year extension, which now brings his contract
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would also be his 20th season with the patriots. brady would be 42 years old at the start of that season. and while pats' fans are happy, many bruins' fans likely disappointed after the b's failed to trade forward loui eriksson. erikson is set to be a free agent at the end of the season. the b's made two minor trades, for john-michael liles and lee stempniak. >> sarah: the celtics look for their fourth win in a row when they host the portland trailblazers. boston beat utah, trailing by two with 30 seconds remaining. jae crowder hit the go-ahead three. boston sealed the win as avery bradley came up with a big block against jazz forward gordon hayward. c's won 100-95. the celtics have now won 11 straight at home. >> christa: quite the streak for them. an explosive situation at a gas station. a driver plowing into a gas pump. but the danger here is just
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>> sarah: and we're live in malden, an armed robber goes on the attack, but the clerk fights back. we'll she you that surveillance video straight ahead. >> sarah: also changes at the mbta. you'll no longer be riding the rails late at night. we're about to show you an incredibly low fare. like all our fares, you get two free bags and zero change fees. because what's the point of an incredibly low fare if you're just going to stack fees on top of it? our sale fares have nothing up their sleeves.
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>> sarah: super tuesday is here. the candidates for president are hoping to score big, but for some it could mean the end of the road. >> christa: new this morning danger in store. a clerk forced to fight off a mask robber who pulled a needle on her. >> sarah: video of a wild shoot-out with boston police. >> shots fired. we got a suspect down! >> christa: and a driver plows into a gas pump. the frantic race to get kids out of that car before it goes up in flames. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good tuesday morning, everybody. on this super tuesday, can you
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>> christa: here we are. welcome march. okay. along with sarah french, i'm christa delcamp. we have a gust here -- guest here on our program as we take a live look at the tobin bridge. how many days is it until spring now officially? is it 20 and some change maybe, rob? >> rob: it depends on your definition of spring. today is first day of meteorological spring. if you're talking astronomical spring, that is the 20th of march. you got 20 days to go. believe it oar not, feeling more winter-like the next couple days. we have a winter weather advisory for areas north and west of 128 beginning at 8:00 and going into the early morning hours on wednesday. really concerned about midnight until 4:00 a.m. and only those hours the morning commute no worries. no concerns out there right now. that's the storm system that's headed our way. should get here again late tonight and no excuses not to get out and vote. no worries weather-wise all the way through the time when the polls close. tonight. we'll talk more about that and
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>> sarah: time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. here's a look at the expressway. traffic is moving slowly, but it's moving out there. let's go to the maps. the expressway northbound, that drive going the take you half hour. route 3, 24, 95, a little slowing as you approach 128, but no major issues out there. we do have a accident we're still keeping an eye on. this is in milford at 495 northbound at route 85. the pike from framingham eastbound into boston, you can see a little yellow but no mange issues, so no major delays there. 93 southbound, our earlier accident in andover has cleared, so from 495 over 128 through woburn into boston, you're slow and go all the way into town. route 1 not looking too bad this morning. ake a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. about 26 minutes on the expressway from braintree into boston. into town on the pike from 128, 12 minutes. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 19 minutes. back to you, guys. >> christa: let's go to our top stories.
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yet in the presidential race. voters in 12 different states, including here in massachusetts, headed to the polls. nearly one-third of the delegates needed for the nomination are up for grabs today. and donald trump and hillary clinton both hold leads in the polls here in the bay state. also today, a funeral service will be held for a police officer with new england ties who was shot and killed on her first day of duty. services are being held for ashley guindon in woodbridge, virginia. she'll be buried in springfield where she was born. >> sarah: new this morning, a syringe stickup in malden. police are searching for a robber who attacked a store clerk with a hypodermic needle. 7's nicole oliverio is live in malden now with the latest on this story. nicole? >> nicole: sarah, this masked robber got away with some cash when police say he robbed the village mart here on florence street in malden. this happened on sunday. take a look at the surveillance video.
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going behind the counter, and there is a struggle with that clerk. now, the clerk told police that the man claimed he had a gun. there was no gun ever shown, but he was going after that clerk with a hypodermic needle. so again, you can see the struggle. we're told that alleged robber managed to get away with some cash, but that store clerk, you can see, actually chased him out with a baseball bat. that's what it look like. police are also releasing this still image of this suspect. they say he actually entered the store before covering his face. they say you can get a clear look at what he looks like. so right now police are asking anyone who may have information as to who he is or where he may be to give them a call. that's the latest live in malden, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: happening now, police are searching for a robber on the run down in cranston, rhode island, and police say the suspect who you see here was wearing a skeleton mask, shot the clerk several times, including in the head during this attempted robbery.
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call 911 and was taken to the hospital in critical condition. police also brought in dogs to help track the suspect, but so far he hasn't been caught. >> sarah: we're now seeing and hearing the moments leading up to a deadly police shooting in dorchester last month. >> drop the [bleeped] gun. shots fired! we got a suspect down. officer involved. >> drop the gun! >> units at stanwood and laredo. >> sarah: the video was released by the district attorney and it shows officers responding to a shooting on february 12th. they say they found one suspect dragging along another man who was limping. police say the suspect had a gun and when he would not listen to those orders to drop his gun, they were forced to fire. >> christa: the mbta plans to be shutting down its late-night service coming up this month. officials voting unanimously on monday to stop the pilot program. they say it's just not cost effective. the board says the service will
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18th. also the "t" says it plans to hike fares. that's on the horizon. officials will vote on increases of as much as 10% coming up on monday. but here's good news for those of you who drive. prices at the pump are falling. the cost for a gallon of gasoline here in massachusetts has dropped for a 12th straight week according to a.a.a., the average cost here is now $1.68. the lowest record cost is $1.55. also police are monitoring the old holyoke armory building after it suddenly collapsed last night. you see pictures here. the building's brick wall just came crumbling down. the roof came crashing in, as well. no one was hurt. police are still on the scene just helping to keep people safe. the building had been abandoned for more than ten years and was set to be demolished. >> sarah: a newborn getting a jump-start on life. this baby was born yesterday at mass general hospital. this is little david flores, one
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at mgh on february 29th. so baby david beat the 1-1,461 odds of being born on this special day. so get this: he'll celebrate his first birthday in 2020. >> christa: forever young, right, those leap babies? very exclusive group there. congrats. up next, a fiery crash at a gas pump in the frantic race to get kids out of that car. >> sarah: also, do you want faster way the fly? well, nasa is working on it. we'll explain. >> danielle: good morning, everyone. here's a will be at the expressway. half an hour from braintree into boston. still keeping an eye on an accident on 495 in milford. if you're taking the "t," it's on time. we'll be r 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.
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a gas station. you can see the huge plume of smoke here. the fire department says the driver parked the bus at a pump and then went inside when he saw the engine smoking. moments later the bus catches on fire. [explosion] blasts from the fire were likely caused by the bus's tire blowing up. employees were able to shut the gas off immediately, likely saving the entire building from exploding. >> christa: movie fans from different generations are all morning the loss this morning of actor george kennedy. he passed away sunday at his home out in idaho. he was 91 years old. he was the best supporting actor for the 1967 film ""cool hand luke." he also starred in "the naked gun" and "airport" film franchises. he also appeared in "dallas." nasa is hoping to develop a supersonic jet. the space agency giving $20
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develop a passenger jet that can fly faster than the speed of sound. you're looking at a preliminary design, but supersonic commercial jet travel ended back in 2000 when the concord crash crash -- the concorde jet i should say crashed in france. but lockheed martin, a local company, as well. so quite a past for massachusetts, as well. >> sarah: up next, our super tuesday coverage continues. it will likely be a defining day in the 2016 presidential primary process. how voters can make history in the bay state. >> christa: also a local police department forced to pay a ransom demand when hackers take over their computer system. >> sarah: the thrill of victory turns to the agony of defeat for some local basketball players. their early celebration cost them, and it's going viral. so, what moves me? it's the journey. the feeling of doing. it's making choices for a healthier me, a healthier us.
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stories coming up. >> christa: rob eicher is helping us out this morning, in for chris. >> rob: lady, thank you. you won't have any travel problems on your commute home. it'sable to middle of the night. could be a few icy spots. even there we're talking worcester hills, higher elevations of berkes and the green mountains and white mountains of vermont and new hampshire. notice the seacoast, north shore, boston, south shore not included in that winter weather advisory. not expected any problems inside 128, just a few icy spots between midnight and the-4-:00 a.m. for some areas north and west. 36 in boston. 40 in hyannis. 35 the current temperature in norwood. winds still on the breezy side, but they're calming down. when we first went on the air an hour ago, lots of gusts over 30mph. winds have calmed down. we'll briefly stay calm through the middle part of the day and pick up quite a bit later on tonight into tomorrow. this time tomorrow morning we'll likely talk about 40 to 50-mile-per-hour gusts. it's a few clouds kind of streaming across the skies to right now. we'll see a decent amount of sunshine early part of the day.
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that will roll in again middle of the night and then continue for the first half of the day tomorrow. very likely we'll see some heavy rains this time tomorrow morning and through most of the morning hours on your wednesday. warming up to 42 this afternoon in boston. 40 in hyannis. 47 in bedford. so nowhere near the 60-plus degree weather we had yesterday. we'll be mild at least briefly tomorrow morning. mid-50s in the morning hours. cooling off into the 40s tomorrow afternoon and then really getting cold wednesday night into thursday morning. staying cold all the way into the upcoming weekend. >> sarah: okay, as for this morning, windy out there. two hands on the steering wheel, danielle. >> danielle: that's right, christa. here's a look at the expressway northbound. you can see some stopped cars. this's slow drive. let's go to the maps. from braintree into boston on the expressway, that drive will take you about half an hour. south of town, route 3 looks good. but on route 24 and 95, notice some slowing as you approach 128. something to keep in mind. no mange issues on the pike. still keeping an eye on this accident.
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northbound at route 85. slow and go into boston pike eastbound. route 39 from lawrence over 128 through woburn into boston is slow. especially from 128 into town. route 1 looking pretty good so far this morning. let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. 26 minutes on the expressway. into town from the braintree split, into town on the pike from 128, 14 minutes. 9 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 20 minutes. you're taking "t" or the commuter rail, both are on time this morning. back to you, guys. >> sarah: thanks, danielle. super tuesday voting starts in just awe fins. it could be a defining day as voters in 12 states including massachusetts could alter the course of the presidential campaign. election officials are predicting high voter turnout. >> christa: they're saying it could be historically high here in massachusetts, and we have live team coverage of the campaigns begin with the republicans and donald trump. out-of-control campaign events. let's go to vicki warren with the latest on that. victoria? >> victoria: christa, that's
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massachusetts are predicting a high voter turnout, especially when it comes to republicans. the secretary of state is likening this republican race not so much like a tennis match because more like a wrestling match. and it is scenes like this that explain what he means, a news photographer grabbed by the neck at a donald trump event, thrown to the ground by the secret service as angry protesters are escorted out. marco rubio has spent his days leading up to super tuesday spewing insults at donald trump, criticizing his spray tan and the size of his hands, and ted cruz in texas, he dealt with hecklers while saying donald trump stands for everything that voters are mad about. so live here in waltham, we have a pentagon place that's getting ready to open up in just a short time. this is the day we will see what
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being, but they do predict it's going to be historically high, especially on the republican side. live this morning in waltham, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: as for the democrats, both candidates stumping for votes in massachusetts the day before super tuesday. 7's byron barnett live with more on their campaign. >> byron: that's right. we're at a polling place here in worcester where they're getting ready to start with those voters. they will be come in in just a few minutes. the voters will finally have their say. mean-time, the democrats made one final swing through the bay state. now, here's some video from last night. president bill clinton back on the campaign trail in worcester urging people here to vote for his wife and telling them to drag everyone they can to the polls when they go. meanwhile, hillary clinton campaigned in springfield and boston yesterday, making a last-minute appeal to voters. then she ended her day in another super tuesday state,
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what she called the hateful rhetoric of the republicans. here's a little of what the two candidates had the say yesterday. >> at some point you can't just say whatever pops into your head if you want to be the president of the united states of america. >> we can win the democratic nomination. and if that happens, there is nothing more that i would love to do than run against donald trump. >> byron: and bernie sanders in the bay state yesterday, as we said. he held a big rally at a packed gym at milton high school. he says he knows he's taking on not only hillary clinton here but virtually all of the massachusetts democratic establishment. now, here in massachusetts, hillary clinton has been leading in the polls, but bernie sanders says he feels he's really got a
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turnout is high. we'll see what happens. that's the latest live if worcester this morning. i'm byron barnett, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: new this morning a poll from cnn finds donald trump struggling against the democrats. he trails hillary clinton in a hypothetical matchup, 52% to 44%. it gets worse for trump against bernie sanders. the democrat beating him by double-digits in a head-to-head race there. sanders also handily beats marco rubio and ted cruz in a general election matchup, however, clinton is slightly behind both of the other republican candidates. we'll have all your super tuesday coverage here on 7 nbc. "nbc nightly news" is expanding to an hour. nbc will also have a 10:00 election special and we'll have a full recap of super tuesday right here on 7news at 11:00. >> sarah: new this morning, part of boylston street is closed down because of falling debris and glass from a building under construction. this is between hereford and fairfield streets. you can see the building here,
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also closed right now. >> christa: also new this morning, one man is dead. another seriously injured after this crash in randolph. state police say a van rolled over the guardrail and crashed into the woods on route 24 south. this was earlier this morning. the driver was thrown from the van and died at the scene, and the road meantime is become open this morning. >> sarah: happening today, tributes continue for the new england native killed in the line of duty on her first day as a police officer. 7's kris anderson joins us now with more. >> kris: heartbreaking story here. funeral services for officer ashley guindon will be held in virginia today. last night hundreds of officers escorted her as the hearse carrying guindon's body went to the funeral home here. guindon was killed saturday while she was responding to a domestic violence call. the suspect now faces capital murder charges. police officers from guindon's hometown of merrimack, new hampshire, will be paying their respects today.
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know, not only because she was a lawmaker officer, but because there was a close connection here in town. >> it doesn't matter if it's a police officer here locally, regionally or across the country, a little piece of us dies with every police officer that's struck down and kill in the line of duty. >> kris: ashley guindon will be buried in springfield next to her father. he served in afghanistan more than a decade ago. live in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: kris, thank you. new this morning, police releasing surveillance video of man robbing a convenience store in malden. you can see the suspect is holding a needle. the clerk eventually chases the man out of the store with bat. that suspect. and the melrose police department paying a ransom demand to get back online. so hackers got into the computer system, planted a virus, and it made it impossible to access some files. the city had to pay about $500 in order to fix the problem, and
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911 services, but other cities including tewksbury and swam scott have had similar problems in the past. >> sarah: sportscaster erin andrews is headed back the court after delivering emotional testimony in her $75 million trial. >> it upsets me. it's is embarrassing. that was my private time. i never thought this would happen. all i wanted to do was be respected. all i wanted to do was be the girl next door who loved sports and now i'm the girl in the hotel scandal. it's embarrassing. >> sarah: andrews is suing the owner and manager of the national marriott for allowing this man the book the room right next to hers. he then secretly recorded footage of andrews nude while he was in her room and posted it online. >> christa: a federal judge giving a ruling in support of apple as f.b.i. tries to get new software from them inch was a routine drug case, but in it the judge ruled the u.s. justice department cannot force the tech giant to provide the f.b.i. with
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now, that decision supports the tech jet's refusal to help the agency hack into iphones linked to one of the san bernardino shooters. >> sarah: a judge has halted a new york city law that requires restaurants to post warnings on menus about foods that are high in salt. the law was scheduled to take effect today, but the national restaurant association sued last week. if the law were put into effect, the city could fine restaurants that don't comply with the rule. >> christa: after nearly a year in space, astronaut scott kelly is ready to return home. he's headed back to earth today after spending the past 340 days station. he has now set the american record for the longest duration in space and the most cumulative time in space. nasa will now look at the effects the time in space had on him as they try the prepare other astronauts for a future mills to mars. -- mission to mars. >> sarah: a wild finish in the division 3 boys basketball state title game in rhode island over
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a player stole the ball, threw it over his head thinking time had expired. he and his teammates start celebrating there, but turns out an opposing player caught that ball, called time-out with one second remaining, yep, and the team then scored right before the buzzer and they won the title. 60-59. >> christa: did you see the guy? he just buried his face in his hands right there. >> sarah: i feel like we do these stories over and over again, like with races or basketball or whatever where they celebrate before the finish rhine, rob, and then, oh, somebody sneaks past them. >> rob: it ain't over until it's over. i feel so bad for that kid. 43 degrees this afternoon. 20 degrees cooler than yesterday afternoon. little breezy. tomorrow very breezy if not downright gusty in the morning hours. and then right in the middle, teeny, tiny chance for mixed precipitation, mainly the worcester hills, the higher terrain. 55 tomorrow. much cooler to finish out the seven-day forecast. >> christa: hope you enjoy your first day of march, everybody.
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good morning. march madness. voters in 12 states head to the polls on this super tuesday. the most crucial day of the election so far. crump and clinton way out in front. will they deliver knockout blows or can rubio, cruz and sanders hang on? our decision 2016 team has it covered from every angle. the director of the fbi and one of apple's top executives facing off in congress today in their battle over unlocking iphones, as a judge deals the government a big blow in court. tearful testimony. erin andrews breaks down over

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