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celebrate nicely. things going to shape up really nice today. 75 in boston. lots of low 70s out there. even some upper 60s, so if you're getting ready to head out for a run, maybe walking the do, you may even want the light sweater. dewpoints down from yesterday. yesterday they were in the 70s. today mostly upper 50s. it's going to feel much less humid, much more comfortable and temperatures really pleasant out there today too. >> that's partially because we'e seen a switch in the wind bringing in all the muggy air yesterday. now the winds out of the north and northwest, so it will be pleasant throughout much of the day. clear skies, nothing but sunshie on the satellite and radar. and it's going to look like this today into tomorrow. >> highs of upper sevens and 80s and mid to upper 80s inland. if you're heading to the beach that's where those temperatures will be a little bit cooler because of an onshore wind still really nice and pleasant. met 70s into the low 80s.
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up. back to you guys. the man suspected of killing two nuns in mississippi has been arrested. 46-year-old rodney earl sanders has been a person of interest since early in this investigation. he's now facing two capital murder charges in the deaths of sister margaret held and sister paula merrill. both nurses -- both nurses were nurse primaries who treated the poor. sister paula merrillre right here before moving to mississippi. >> the family tells us they're heartbroken, but their faith is helping them to cope. >> she had a wonderful impact on the people. every year they used to do backpacks for school kids and they would have a little raffle. she was a wonderful, wonderful human being. she worked very hard for the people who needed help most. >> on thursday police performeda
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women didn't show up for work. when officers arrived to the hoe they found both nuns had been stabbed to death. there were no signs of a break in, but their car had been stolen. >> now on 7news. an alarming assault. police in rockport say this man snuck up behind a woman and attacked her. now they've tracked him down. 7's kimberly bookman has the details. >> this is a mugshot of the man police say knocked a woman to te ground in rockport and tried to rip her clothes off. >> the individual did grab at hr involved in this attack. it was strictly an assault and battery on her. she received some scrapes from hitting the ground. she was shaken. >> it all happened just after 9:00 wednesday night. a woman in her 50s was out for a walk when a man pushed her to the ground. once she was on the ground the man allegedly tried to remove hr clothes and reach for her underwear but was unsuccessful
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screaming for help. >> the description matched this man seen in surveillance video from a nearby store. and now police say they've located up man. 22-year-old angel saul perez castro of gloster. after interviewing him, officers arrested castro for assault with intent to rape and tolt on a disabled person. >> this is an incident that's uncommon in our community. it's something up obviously we don't tolerate. >> kimberly bookman, 7news today in new england. >> police in they found two bodies, a man and a woman. now they're trying to figure out what happened while the communiy waits for answers. 7's tim caputo has the very latest on the investigation. >> two people were found dead outside this ashby home in what the middlesex district attorney is calling an apparent murder-suicide. from sky 7hd you can see the house is located near a thick wooded area in a rural town just north of fitchburg. neighbors say the couple who lie
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police haven't identified the to people killed but say this appears to be an isolated incident and there's no ongoing threat. neighbors in this very quiet off the beaten path town are shocked by the news. i've been in my house for 50 years, so it's -- yeah, very sa. >> wayne stacy who lives down te street says the couple was neighborly, but he stopped seeig them as frequently in recent s. i used to go by the house and wave and, but it's been -- i don't know. i'd say them occasionally. they would go by and john would holler, hey, wayne, how are you doing and. >> but it's been a while. >> kim -- tim caputo, 7news new england. >> three people were hurt when a truck drove into a restaurant. two people inside suffered serious injuries along with the
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arrested. the crash remains under investigation. and two separate crashes ner canterbury new hampshire yesterday. the up when someone driving a truck lost control on 93 south and ran off the road and hit a tree. one of the passengers had to be taken to the hospital with a number of injuries. up second crash happened on the same road. detectives say a driver rear-ended another car, neither driver was seriously hurt. and police are still looking for the suspects who blew up a newspaper box for a lgbt paper. tuesday morning, as you can see right there in the surveillance video. police are investigating the explosion as a possible hate crime and they're offering $5,00 for any information that could lead to an arrest. >> i would like to talk to you about your comments about my -- >> the governor of maine at the center of a voice mail controversy after he left up message for a fellow lawmaker.
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unleashed a profanity laced tirade. he has since apologized, but people are asking him to step down. >> this is richard lapage. i would like to talk to you abot your comments about -- >> a profanity packed voice mail left by maine governor -- paul racist. i've spent my life helping black people and you -- >> the governor says this startd thursday state -- after a state representative called him a racist. the representative admits to saying the governor made racial comments, but denies calling him a racist. >> calling somebody a racist is
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ever call somebody, and it's not something that i have ever calld anybody frankly and again i'm nt going to engage in name calling with the governor. governor lepage is now apologizing for the voice mail, but not to gattine. >> up of all, i would like to apologize to the people of the state of maine for having heard the voice mail i left for representative gattine. >> that's not stopping representative sarah gideon from asking t call for the governor to resign. >> we feel that the behavior tht he is exhibiting shows that he s not fit to govern this state. >> john cocoa, 7news today in nw england. >> starbucks is brewing up some controversy in south boston. they're expected to open a new location on east broadway, but some people who live in up neighborhood have been fighting to keep up major coffee chain out. the city's licensing bored, though, voted unanimously on
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white house. questions emerging about the validity of donald trump's healthy valuation after his doctor says he laid out the candidates entire medical histoy in just five minutes. trump's long time doctor wrote trump unequivocally will be the healthiest person ever elected president and up his condition s on st. john -- excellent. t submit under. >> i get rush and i get anxious when i get rushed. >> this coming while trump survy gates continue to question rival hillary clinton's health. >> and as trump and hillary clinton continue to attack each
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both campaigns released ads questioning their opponents trak records when it comes to minoriy voters. trump saying he's been sued for housing discrimination and bringing up his attack on a jude with mexican heritage. >> coming up today on new england, a boston judge implementing a safety plan for today's caribbean festival. why the measures actually startd last night. >> and the weather cooperating for any plans you have today or tomorrow. 70s outside right now. 80s by this afternoon. more in your forecast coming up. >> also ahead, she's back home and throwing off the olympic medals. aly raisman throwing out the up
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right now, and it just looks so nice out. the humidity is low. it's going to be a great weeken. you. this is a good morning so far. >> absolutely it's going to be a great day. no rain, but you just can't hel, you know, love this beautiful dy weather. >> but of course i think up meas up fall is just creeping up a little bit closer, but not yet, right danielle. >> we're getting really close. i'm going to tell you how close in just a second. in boston it's 75 degrees. dewpoints in the upper 50s. yesterday this number was in the 70s and that's why it was feeling really muggy out there.
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northwest. yesterday they were out of the southwest bringing in the muggy air and up northwest wind is helping to make it feel more mid outside. so speaking of fall, it isn't to far away. meteorological summer actually ends in five days. fall starts in exactly 26 days, and halloween 65 days away. better start getting those costumes ready. i haven't even thought about mie yet. take a look outside, satellite and radar clear. looks like i'm showing you a blank map here. and that's the way it w the great lakes moving across te upper midwest and we aren't goig to see this moving in causing us any issues until sunday night into monday. weekend plans, saturday, sunday, this is the timeline looking ahead, things looking good. barbecue, cookout, beach, anything you're doing today or tomorrow you're in really good shape as we enjoy this last weekend of august. so we had a fun push over last night and then behind it we're enjoying this much less humid ar
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temperatures in the upper sevens into the low 80s. inland that's where we find the mid to upper 80 and is as we hed into monday night, early monday. that could bring us some showers and storms into monday. right now all up looks to move out by lunchtime on monday. >> keeping an eye on the tropics we've been watching this all week. tropical storm gaston actually o strengthen to a hurricane later later today. no threat to lands and we've been keeping an eye on the last couple of days. we'll watch the track because as this heads into the gulf of mexico, it could strengthen. no threat to us, but it could pose a threat to florida and thn as it heads into the gulf states there. so something to keep an eye on. for us today we're just enjoying nice weather. temperatures, 80 to 87. mostly sunny. tonight, comfortable, dinner on
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shape. heading down to the cape this weekend, saturday, sunday, temperatures upper 70s, low 80s and you're in good shape. here's your 7 on 7 forecast. today, temperatures cooler along the coastline and then as we hed into monday, sunday into monday we'll watch up front. it does look to be about lunchtime monday and then next week temperatures looking really pleasant in the 80s. we'll watch another sun settled pattern around the middle of the week. >> danielle, thank you. now just one station is there as a dre boy. up boy is a huge fan of big pap. he knew he had won a party at fenway park. >> but he didn't know up a special guest was also invited o the bash at the ballpark. 7's brandon gunnoe has up story. >> big papi crashed a center field party for a 9-year-old boy at fenway mark. the boy and his grandfather got
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the dominican born way is a huge red sox. he got to meet him after winning a meet papi contest. >> what did you think of his swing on the pinata. >> michael and his family moved from the -- the nines-year-old got a chance to meet the pictures. he taught me how to hit. >> i waited 81 years to meet papi, even though he's from my country. so it was a surprise for me, because i didn't know i was goig to see him. >> ortiz tweeted this piy of him before the game. >> it's great.
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new england. >> well, also at fenway, an olympic hero aly raisman got a shot on the diamond last night. she threw out the up pitch at te red sox game. big papi escorted her to the mound and as you can see he's holding her medals for her. the pitch came up just a little bit short. aly says her homecoming has been incredible and explained why she wasn't to nervous to throw out the up pitch. >> it's very special. the support has been crazy. it's been so have the parade tomorrow for me, so i'm so excited and i never expected to get all this suppor. >> it doesn't get any better. >> aly brought home three medals from the limbs in rio. and i have a feeling up maybe hr arm is a little bit tired from carrying those medals around. >> well, i think she's done quie a bit of work, so i think -- >> give her a break there.
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mentioned parades. there will be a rally for aly to officially welcome her. it will be in the town common starting at 11:00. >> sounds like fun. ahead in the next half hour on 7news today in new england, another chance knot man in the netflix feature "making a
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>> after more than six decades together, a canadian couple is forced to make a heartbreaking good-bye. they have to live apart due to a shortage at a nursing home. they also have individual health issues up requires different types of cares. >> now their family is hoping policy makers will see their desperate situations and make a change. thompson. >> a painful moment has passed between an elderly couple. this is her grandparents in the picture. she says they're crying because they're living apart. >> my grandma can't even kiss hm good night. he calls out for her when he ses her, but after he's gone she asked why she can't be with him. >> they've been inseparable and married for 60 years until now. >> our family takes her to visit
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exhausting for both of them. >> the 83-year-old was hospitalized in january after he suffered health complications from dementia. he requires more care than his wife can provide. >> my grandmother, he's become o stressed during all of this, tht she has become immobile. she requires a walker which maks it even harder. >> the 81-year-old thought the move would allow h but officials say there are no available beds at her home. it also says the pair have different health issues impactig where they can live. >> our priority is always to bring couples together, so we will do what we can to make sure up they can be together, as long as both of their needs can be met. >> jadiann thompson, 7news today in new england. >> i hope they can get back together. >> yes, definitely. >> coming up today on new england.
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dwindle, but there is still plenty of time to grill. >> plenty of time indeed and today's 7 sarah french heads to salem to give us a sure fire way to grill a pork chop. >> good eats are easy to come by in downtown salem and summertime is the least spooky time of year for this seaport city. >> it's really great year-round. >> the menu is not so ordinary. but what's with the name? >> nonkeg is the native word for the salem area. it's an old term for a tavern. >> today chef matt is grilling p a classic american favorite, the pork chop with grilled peaches and whiskey glaze. >> start by making the glaze. >> you use a cup of pineapple juice. half a cup of whiskey. when is whiskey made in boston
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sugar. >> stir well. >> bring this to a boil and let it simmer for about 15 minutes o reduce it down a little bits. >> then slice the peaches. >> you don't want these too smal so they don't fall apart on the grill. >> coat with a little vegetable oil. >> next the star of the show, a well brined pork chop. then add the peaches and let the grill work its magic. after five minutes, flip the there. the temperature is about 145 degrees. flip it over here. >> another six to eight minutes, and it's all good. chef matt prepares to plate this monster chop with sweet potato hash and broccoli rob. then place the peaches on to be. >> finish up with the whiskey glaze we just made. there you have it, a fresh take on a great american classic, the grilled pork chop.
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new england. >> makes you hungry for dinner t 8:00 in the morning. i would love to take a bite out of up pork chop right now. >> coming up on 7news, the red sox home against the royals. steven wright returning from the disabled list to make a start. what went so wrong so quickly. >> and if you're grilling pork chops in afternoon, heading to the sox game, the weather going to cooperate nicely for this lat weekend of august. we'll take a look at your forecast coming up. >> following breaking news from mississippi where police have arrested this man for the murdes of two nuns. one of them from massachusetts.
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>> alarming allegations againsta new hampshire karate instructor. what he's accused of doing to oe of his young students. >> tragedy for an nba player. dwyane >> this is 7news today in new england. >> welcome back to 7news today n new england. i'm nicole oliverio. >> i'm byron barnett. those stories and much more are straight ahead. up let's take a live look outsie at the last weekend in the month of august is shaping up to be a very nice one. danielle gersh is here now witha up look at the forecast. danielle. >> thanks, byron. good morning, everyone.
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you want to be outside. 75 right now in boston. low 70s out along the cape. 73 in worcester. even some 60s out there. maybe a light sweater if you are getting ready to head out the door this morning. dewpoints down. it will be much more comfortabl. the muggy weather from yesterday a thing of the past. it's going to be nice. dewpoints staying in check for the next couple of days in the upper 50 and is low 60s. maybe a little sticky at times but for the most part comfortabe out there. and the north northwest winds is helping to bring in some of t here's a look at the satellite and radar. this is a blank map, this is wht we're going to see as we head into tomorrow as well. temperatures today, a little cooler along the coastline and those upper 70 and is low 80s. inland into the mid 80s, so it's a pleasant day and a nice day tomorrow. we'll do it all over again. heading to the beach, we'll have up onshore wind. that will keep things a little cooler there. we'll talk about when we have or next chance for rain coming up n your forecast. back to you. >> danielle, thank you. well, breaking overnight, the mn
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police say 46-year-old rodney earl sanders has been a person f interest since early on in this investigation. now he's facing two capital murder charges in the deaths of sister margaret held and sister paula merrill, both victims were nurse primaries who treated the poor. sister paula merrill grew up in stoneham before moving to mississippi. sister measuring led held will e buried in wisconsin. we spo who says she's just heartbroken. she had a wonderful impact on te people. every year they used to do backpacks for school kids, and they would have a little raffle. she was a wonderful wonderful human being. she worked very hard for the people who needed help most. >> on thursday police conducteda well-being check after the two women didn't show up for work. when officers arrived to the hoe
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there were no signs of a break in, but their car had been stolen. >> 7news now covering new hampshire where a karate instructor is facing some alarming charges. 31-year-old daniel rogers is accused of biting a young girl n the neck and touching her inappropriately. police say this case is especially concerning because of rogers' level of trust when you have a karate instructor or anyone alog those lines that's very concerning up someone would take advantage of their authority. >> the owner says rogers has ben suspended. he's due back in court in october. >> the copilot of a private plae headed to bedford, massachusett, is off the job and in custody. police say not only was he drun, but his blood alcohol level was more than four times the legal
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>> the pilot of a private plane bound for bedford is being praised for his actions after he realized something was wrong wih his copilot while they were preparing for their flight. >> he noticed up his copilot wasn't acting normal. appeared that he may be under te influence of something. he was inside the cockpit of the plane, had his headphones on and was prepping the flight for departure. >> up pilot, alerted the authorities. they boarded the plane and discovered the 35-year-old copilot was drunk. >> there was a strong odor of intoxicants. field sobriety tests were administered which indicate the level of intoxication. >> police say the man blew a .30 on the breathalyzer test which s three times the limit to drive a car. >> that's a very high blood alcohol level.
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law enforcement this is the up time up i'm aware up the city police has arrested somebody tht was planning to pilot a plane. >> the plane's parent company, tallon fired the copilot immediately and released a statement praising ramirez. quote, we are very proud of mannie ramirez's immediate actions in removing the copilot from his position. this is yet another example of tallon safety procedu effectively on behalf of our clients and for airport safety. the individual in question has been immediately terminated. >> it's amazing. kudos to that gentleman for standing up for what's right and making up call and keeping in mind the safety of the passenges and himself. as well as the subject who was arrested. >> nobody was on board the plane at the time of this arrest, but 12 passengers were scheduled to be on up flight from travers
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boston today, and boston police are ready. police commissioner evans addressed traffic and safety concerns yesterday, the parade and festival will run along blue hill avenue and end in front of franklin park zoo. evans says extra police officers started patrolling the area last night and will be continuing those patrols today. the family friendly festival wil also have a food court with crafts too. >> saturday marks a day of mourning for people who died in wednesday's earthquake in italy. nearly 300 people were killed in the quake and the intense aftershocks up followed. crews are still searching the rubble and one survivor says the rescue efforts have been incredible. >> we try to help the people tht were actually digging with their hats. they've been digging nonstop for 24 hours. >> italy's president and prime minister are expected to attend
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today. >> chicago police say the cousin of nba star dwyane wade was shot to death while pushing a child n a stroller year old. >> the 32 years man was not the target and the shooting may have been gang related. >> police say he was walking around 3:30 yesterday afternoon when two men approached another male and opened fire. aldridge was taken to a nearby hospital where she was pronouncd dead. >> one person is in custody being questioned and police say the investigation is ongoing. a family spokesperson for aldridge, who was a mother of four says that she was on her wy to register her children at school when she was shot. >> british billionaire richard branson says he's grateful to be alive. the man injured himself wild bie riding in the virgin islands. he hit a bump on the road and flew off his bike head up, watching his life flash before
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gruesome photos of his injuries. branson was training for an endurance event in sicily. >> the attorney for steven african-american, the man featured in the netflix series "making a murderer" is appealing his convictions. his lawyers have until monday to find the form request asking to temporarily suspend the appeals process. avery is suspected of killing teresa halbach. >> was the car key planted? >> it's been almost 10 years since the verdict, and there hae been really huge developments. >> avery's attorney, though, didn't mention what kind of evidence or testing that she would want to do. >> and in the fight against zik,
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while federal investigators say the nation's blood supply needs better protection against it. >> you'd never know it just by looking at her, but this little girl was born nearly two months ago in miami, affected by the zika virus. she does not have microcephaly. >> there problems may develop. doctors at jackson memorial hospital in miami found calcifications in her brain and scarring in her you're. speaking spanish her mother says she's terrified zika will harm her little girl farther. she became infected and traveled to the u.s. where she gave birt. >> she's thankful the baby was born here and she's also said te baby has been a blessing to her. >> florida is home to the up hoe grown zika cases in the states.
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travel to washington, the up day congress gets back from recess, pushing them to approve money to help fight the virus. >> this is an issue up our whole country will deal with. >> some places are already preparing in baltimore. johns hopkins medicine is openig a comprehensive zika center whee patients can get any kind of zia related treatment and support they need. and the food & drug administration said on friday, all blood donations across the country should be tested now zika. there are more than 2500 zika cases in the united states, more than 500 involve pregnant women. jadiann thompson, 7news today in new england. >> that was 7's jadiann thompson reporting. the centers for disease control and prevention also reporting te up known case of a person with o zika symptoms in the u.s. unknowingly transmitting the virus to a sexual partner. >> and ahead on 7news, caught on
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store. >> also ahead a dorchester dog bouncing back after he was shot earlier in the week. ?
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>> a dorchester dog on the road to recovery after getting shot earlier this week.
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you can see here up 10-month-old puppy making a great recovery, running around and is in good spirits, even with the one leg n a cast. so boston police officers who responded to that shooting went above and beyond, rushing to hep up dog, even paying for the surgery themselves. >> and byron we were talking about last weekend of august. this month went right by me. >> heading into fall, but stilla great day, a great last weekend to get out a little outdoor fun. >> yeah. anything you have planned for today, cooking out, the pool, te beach, the weather is going to work nicely for you. it's going to be a really nice weekend, and not just august has flown by, i feel like the whole summer. but we still have a little bit f time left until we head into fall, but only five days left of meteorological summer for you. 75 the current temperature in boston. dewpoints in the upper 50s, so much more comfortable today. not as humid.
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yesterday it was south west and that's why it was so muggy out there. >> this would actually be the warmest august on record. our average temperature right nw for the month just under 77 degrees. we do have a few days left so we'll have to keep an eye on this, but it's certainly been very warm for this time of year. looking at the satellite and radar, lots of sunshine on the map for today, and we're going o continue this trend into tomorrw as well. this is our next rain maker, butter we won't have to worry about this until sunday night into monday, and as all this lot of it going to weaken. a slight chance for showers as e head sunday into monday. >> looking ahead for the weeken. mostly clear skies out there. lots of sunshine and the weather will cooperate for anything you do have planned. along the coast, temperatures ae cooler, upper 70s, low 80s and inland, that's where we're climbing into those mid to upper 80s. it's comfortable, it's pleasant out there. here's up front that i was talking about and that could bring us some showers and storms
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for your sunday it's still going to be nice out there. certainly no canceling any plan. keeping an eye on the tropics, we've been watching this all wek long. it's a tropical storm. it was a hurricane, then decreased to a tropical storm. now it's expected to strengthen back to a hurricane as we head into this afternoon, and it will stay east of bermuda,, but this system we've beenck impact on land and this is one o watch as it moves through the gulf of mexico here. these are really warm waters, so this system could kind of come together, gain some steam and being a threat to the gulf coast states and south florida heading into the weekend and next week. once again no threat to us here at home. for today we're just enjoying really nice weather. 80 to 87. not as humid, mostly sunshine today. a lovely day for anything you have planned. tonight dinner on the patio, 61 to 67.
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mostly clear skies out there. a repeat for tomorrow too. tomorrow we do it all again. cooler along the coast. mid to upper 80s inland. 7 on 7 forecast for the weekend. again, upper 70s into the low 80s for the beaches along the coastline. we'll watch the front sunday ino front. next week, 80s staying with us all week long. a little unsettled toward the middle of the week, so we'll kep an eye on up. >> okay. caught on camera. a pair o liquor store in canada dressed n hockey gear. take a look at their surveillane video. you can see the two people shatter up glass door, grab some cases of beer and take off. canadian police have posted this video on youtube in hopes up someone will recognize the duo. >> also caught on camera, dramatic footage shows a fisherman untangling a male shak that was caught in the net.
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men pulled away the heavy fishig net. eventually the fisherman cut through the net and pushed the fish back into the water. the sharks are in many parts of the world a protected species. drama out there. >> i'm glad they got him out. >> absolutely. >> well, still ahead on 7news, the boston red sox fall behind the royals early in their return to fenway park. could they bounce back?
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trey -- tray deer. >> seems hard to imagine the nfl without tom brady. >> l every bit of exactly what tom brady is capable of. brady leading the pats on to the field suit up for his up game of the sony. julian edelman also making his debut. he earned the start, perfectly dropping one right in the bucket here to chris hogan. 33 years on the hook up. 76 yards and a touchdown in four series. patriots get the win down in charlotte, 19-17.
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fenway. steven wright welcome back to te fans. up start off the dl not followig the script. up inning eric hosmer. 3-0 royals. alex gordon, another moon shot. all over right. 5-0 after a -- the sox fall 6-3. the sox lost, they're now a game back of the blue jays. toronto wins against while the royals drop back with another loss to the yankees. that's it for sports. have a great day. >> up next on 7news. a priceless family treasure foud decades later. >> letters from a soldier in world war ii. and the woman's determined searh
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through this old shed in her backyard last week when she discovered some hidden treasure. some old belongings of a world war ii soldier who died in battle. among the items, 50 handwritten letters and photo albums dating back to 1910. then just a few days later, the woman was able to find the soldier's family.
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love and family. >> i've had a fine time going through these. >> the nephew of up soldier says these letters have brought his family together. they're planning to go through all of the items and distribute them. what a nice story. >> and i can only imagine what those stories tell in those letters. it's going to be great for the family to read them. >> amazing. i'm just so happy for them. >> well, there's still more news ahead on 7news today in new england. security concerns after a man hops an airport fence in nebrasa then drives plane. >> we're also following breaking news. police in mississippi making an arrest in the murders of two nuns, including one from massachusetts. >> and danielle gersh will havea look at your final forecast as e head ready to say good-bye to te month of august.
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this man fac police say he stabbed two nuns o death. >> a day of mourning declared in italy. crews still digging through the rubble for survivors of a deadly earthquake. a truck going on a crash course. three people hurt when it barres right into a restaurant. >> letters from the past uncovered in an old shed, and te family now reunited with a hiddn treasure. >> this is 7news today in new
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byron barnett. >> and i'm nicole oliverio. those stories and so much more straight ahead on 7news today in new england. up it's a great way to wake up, hanging out with you, going outside, the weather is perfect and danielle gersh is here to lt us know what it's going to look like for the rest of the weeken. >> if you're watching us from inside, thanks for watching, but after the show you have to get out and enjoy the weather. current temperatures mid to uppr sevens. it's a pleasant morning, not as humid as it was yesterday. dewpoints will stay in check for we won't be dealing with the muggies, those winds mostly out of the north. yesterday they were out of the southwest. the north, northwest wind is bringing in some mild air. >> here's a look at satellite ad radar. clear skies and this is what its going to look like tomato. >> we'll put the forecast on rinse and repeat. for today, temperatures along te coastline a little cooler. upper 70s into the low 80s
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well. heading out to the sox game tonight, upper 70s, sunshine, a great night at the ballpark, and tomorrow will be a great one to. we do have a chance for some rain, but not till sunday night, late sunday night into monday ad we'll talk more about up coming up in your full forecast. back to you guys. >> danielle, thank you. >> breaking overnight, the man suspected of killing two nuns in mississippi has been arrested. >> police say 46-year-old rodney earl sanders has been a person f interest since early on in the investigation. he's now murder charges in the deaths of sister margaret held and sister paula merrill. >> family and friends of the two murdered nuns are devastated by the loss. one of the victims' sisters grew up here. >> police did a well-being check on thursday after the two didn't show up for work. when officers arrived they found both women stabbed to death. and there was no sign of forced
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both victims were nurse practitione republican presidential candidate s who did work with the poor. >> they used to -- she worked with the people who needed the most help. >> merrill will be buried at her kentucky. sanders is being held in a detention center awaiting his initial court appearance. >> also breaking overnight, police in dorchester responding to a deadly shooting. it happened just before 2:00 ths morning. officers say they found a male victim shot. he was later pronounced dead. there was at least one more shooting not far from the scene on morton street where another victim was taken to the hospital where nonlife-threatening injuries. >> and also on 7, the man behind
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bars. officers say he snuck up on a woman in rockport and attacked. 7's kimberly bookman has more. >> this is the mugshot of the mn police say knocked a woman to te ground in rockport and tried to rip her clothes offer. >> the individual did grab at hr clothing. there was no sexual assault involved in this attack. it was strictly a assault and battery. she was shaken. >> it all happened just after 9:00 wednesday night. police say a was out for a walk when a man attacked her from behind pushing her to the pavement. once she was on the ground, the man allegedly tried to remove hr clothes and reach for her underwear but was unsuccessful and took off on a bicycle. people nearby heard the victim screaming for help. >> it makes you sick up somebody would do up to somebody else. >> the description of the suspet matched this man seen in surveillance video from a nearby store and now police say they've located up man. 22-year-old angel saul perez castro of gloucester.
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arrested castro for assault with intent to rape and assault on a disabled person. >> this is an incident that's uncommon in our community. it's something up obviously we don't tolerate. >> kimberly bookman, 7news today in new england. >> a developing story out of ashby. police make a deadly discovery outside of this home. two bodies, a man and a woman. officers now trying to piece together what happened, and the community is shaken. 7's tim caputo has more. t outside this ashby home, and wht the middlesex district attorney is calling an apparent murder-suicide. from sky 7hd you can see the house is located near a thick wooded area in a rural town just north of fitchburg. neighbors say the couple who lived there recently separated. >> police haven't identified the two people killed, but say this appears to be an isolated
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threat. neighbors in this very quiet off the beaten path are shocked. >> i've been in my home for 50 years. it's very sad. >> wayne stacy who lives down te street says the couple was neighborly but he stopped seeing them as frequently in recent weeks. >> it's been a while. i used to go by the house and wave, but it's been -- i don't know. i would say them occasionally. they would go by and john would holler, hey, wayne, how are you doing? >> it's been a while. england. >> all lanes reopened this morning after a deadly drive sht down the sumner tunnel yesterda. state troopers say three people were in a pickup truck when the driver hit a guardrail. one passenger died and two othes taken to the hospital with injuries. police had to close the tunnel for a couple of hours as they investigated. >> and there were two separate carbs near canterbury, new hampshire yesterday. the up crash happened when someone driving a truck lost control on 93 south, ran off the
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in the median. two passengers in up truck suffered minor injuries, a third person had to be taken to the hospital. a second crash then happened on the same road. detectives say a driver rear-ended the car in front of it. both drivers only suffered minor injuries. >> and now on to the race for te white house. questions emerging about the validity of donald trump's healthy valuation after his doctor says he laid out the candidate's entire medical history in just five trump's long time doctor wrote trump unequivocally will be the healthiest person ever elected president. added up his condition is, quoted, astonishingly excellent. i thought about it all day and
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anxious. >> this news coming while trumps survey gates have continued to question rival hillary clinton's health. >> as trump and hillary clinton continue to attack each other, their focus on friday was on race. both campaigns released ads questioning their opponent's track record when it comes to minority voters. clinton taking aim at trump saying he's discrimination and bringing up his attack on a judge with mexican heritage. >> and there's more news today. emergency crews still searching for survivors after an earthquae rocked parts of italy on wednesday. rescuers used high tech equipmet to search for any sign of life under the rubble and debris. nearly 300 people died from up quake and aftershocks up followd it. today also marks a day of
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most affected by the quake this morning. he and other italian leaders are expected to attend some of the funerals for those victims later today. >> still ahead, devastating flod waters drenching parts of missouri. emergency crews on the scene and making rescues. >> and a lot of severe weather across the midwest this week. here at home it's been pretty nice and the weekend looking really good. anything you have planned, the weather is going to cooperate. we'll take a look at your re >> plus the cousin of an nba str shot to death.
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>> wild weather in missouri. torrential rain leading to flash flooding, submerging cars and promptly multiple water rescues. residents were urged to move to higher ground, and emergency crews were seen checking vehicls for victims. none were found. of a severe weather system up brought the threat of tornadoes earlier in the day. wow, all up rain. they're getting too much water down there and we can't get enough here. >> now, my pumpkin patch is not growing, byron. i was told by the farmers i needed more wet weather. >> it's dry, but it's -- >> one pummel. i have vines everywhere, but one pumpkin. danielle you're going to show us a gorgeous forecast. >> your pumpkin will not going o
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>> dewpoints in the upper 50s, so it's nice and pleasant. humidity in check for the next couple of days and those winds out of the northwest at 5 miles per hour. so the winds have shifted and that's helping bring in some of up drier air. i just got a special request for a country fest forecast tonight at gill let. summertime, kenny chesney. a little warm for the cowboy brutes, but certainly great weather tonight for a country concert. really anything you have planned for tonight and today and tomorrow. the weather is going to cooperae radar, clear skies overall of te state right now. pretty much overall of new england. we have to zoom out to the great lakes region to see any rain, ad this is what we could see sunday into monday, late sunday night. any plans for the weekend you're in good shape. here's the timeline moving ahea. lots of sunshine in store for te next couple of days. we had a front move offshore lat night. today we're cooler along the coastline. upper 70s into the low 80s. inland that's where temperatures
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80s and then that's where it will stay into tomorrow too. sunday night into early monday this is the front we'll watch. it could bring us some showers and storms late sunday into monday. any of this, we do see looks to be about by midday son. again w he do need any rain we can get. >> this is gaston expected to become a hurricane later today. no threat to land and no threat to us with this system. and then we're also watching ths tropical wave out south of florida near the bahamasnd taking this towards the gulf of mexico. so this could be something to watch for the gulf coast states in south florida to strengthen and bring some heavy rain to tht region. but once again, no issues for us there. for today, temperatures 80 to 8. mostly sunny, not as humid as it was yesterday. it's pleasant. we'll rinse and repeat the forecast for tomorrow, watch up front sunday into monday. the work week looks nice, maybea little unsettled towards the middle of the week. >> danielle, thank you.
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a cure for zika. many concerned that the virus will spread faster and as more and more people become infected with this virus. >> now there's a race around the world to find a vaccine as 7's jennifer eagan reports, some key discoveries are being made right here in boston. >> on this side are the moleculr areas. >> dr. dan shows us around the medical center where researchers are raising zika vaccine. in just six months they've made real progress. >> the vaccinated animals showed no detected virus. basically the vaccine was 100% effective in these animal models which was a stunning finding. >> transmission by mosquito and sexual contact, the zika virus s spreading rapid through south america and into the caribbean. most recently reaching miami and
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birth defects. >> researchers are working in partnership with a team in maryland. the team in maryland is developing a more traditional vaccine similar to a flu shot. but the boston researchers are doing something very different. including stitching dna from the virus into a healthy dna. it's considered the vaccine of the future because it allows for a lot of flexibility. you can design exactly what pieces you want to put into the the lab is certainly. he's from brazil and knows peope who have become infected with zika. >> i know up in brazil it has thousands of cases of zika infection. thousands of cases of microcephaly so to develop a vaccine that will help those people, it's very important. >> so who will get the vaccine. >> it would seem reasonable to e up young healthy men and women, including women before they get pregnant should be vaccined,
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and effective of course. >> as well as travelers to endemic regions. >> people, some here in massachusetts this fall. >> a lot of progress has been made in just a short amount of time, so researchers aren't reay to say when a vaccine will be made available to the public. >> inside the medical center, jennifer eagan, 7news today in new england. >> coming up on today in new england, letters dated back to world war ii just uncovered. how man connect with his past. >> stranded sailors say how ther
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>> this is an amazing story. a woman stumbling on an incredible discovery in texas. she finds letters from a world war ii with memories and photos. >> and what's more, she was able to track down the family of this soldier and return those priceless items. >> >> reporter: it all started on a rainy day in this old run down shed. >> wow. >> unexpectedly filled with hidden treasure. >> samantha had just uncovered more than 50 handwritten letter, to and from a soldier killed during world war ii.
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but the hunt was just beginning. >> i just want to get it back to the person up it goes to. >> it didn't take long. >> in less than a week, the search for his family was over. >> hi. >> both his brothers and sisters are all gone. only a handful of nieces and nephews are still alive. even fewer who had a chance to meet this soldier. >> there were only two of us up actually knew him and she's gone now. >> grover was only a child when his uncle left return draped in this. >> they said up that would be hs flag. >> it was another gem that had been forgotten inside the shed. and then the very thing he had come for. >> the letters that i didn't knw exist. >> grover held the aged letters written to and from his uncle ertha. >> amazed, he carefully flipped through the envelopes, curious about the memories folded insid. >> but the surprises kept comin.
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old items. >> what a treasure. >> what samantha had returned ws priceless. >> i'm very very happy. >> and rich in history. >> it shows freedom and hope and love and family. >> so what started out as a raiy day in up old run-down shed, thy found a hidden treasure. >> it's a link to the future. >> perhaps it was never hidden t all. >> thank you so much for finding >> just waiting to be found by the right person. >> just an amazing story, and these letters are bringing together grover's family. he says he's going to get together with his cousins to go through and distribute all of te photos and all of these items, and it's just amazing to see. we get so caught up in social media to actually have a letter in hand and know up somebody wrote it and all the memories up come with it. >> you can just imagine the kins of things that are being reveald in the letter, just the way things were at the time. the families motions, things,
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>> and now he gets to learn a little bit more about his uncle. >> great story. great story. >> well, much more ahead today n 7news today in new england, including a little boy in for an incredible surprise. why his trip to fenway will be one he never forgets. >> plus a couple in texas on the run. how his escape is bringing an
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dream comes true for a little by who is a big fan of big papi. he won a party at fenway park. >> there's something he didn't know. he didn't know up a special guet was also going to be invited to this ballpark bash. 7's brand begun has -- brandon gunnoe as the story. >> big papi crashed a center field party for a 9-year-old boy at fenway mark. >> the boy and got to meet david ortiz. the dominican born boy won the party with papi contest. >> papi gave some batting tips, smashing a pinata for michael ad his friends. >> what did you think of his swing on the pinata. >> michael and his family moved five years ago from the dominicn republic. at up they had it live in a
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>> he was awarded the chance to meet a red sox legend. >> he gave me all this stuff and the pictures. he teach me how to hit and swin. >> i waited 81 years to meet big papi, even though he's from my country. so it was a surprise for me, because i didn't know i was goig to see him today. >> ortiz tweeted this pic of him before the game. >> it's great. >> brandon gunnoe, 7news today n new england. >> well, if anyone is going to crash a party, it might as well be big papi. >> still ahead, boston's caribbean festival kicking off today. and police are on high alert. what they're doing to make sure
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>> a newspaper stand in salem blown up. how investigators are hoping to track down the culprits. >> and an incredible rescue from a remote pacific island. stranded boaters saved thanks to their sos message. >> this is 7news today in new england. >> welcome back, everyone. i'm nicole oliverio. >> and i'm byron barnett. those stories and much more are straight ahead on today in new england. up let's go to last weekend of the month and te forecast. >> last weekend of august. at least it's a nice one. the weather is really going to e nice today. temperatures, upper 70s in boston, and close to 80 degrees. the winds mostly out of the north, northwest and that's helping bring in a much more mid air mass. towards the coastline later on this morning we'll see a sea breeze develop and that will kep those temperatures a little cooler along the coast and for
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shortage of sunshine today. we take a look at satellite and radar. >> upper 70 and is low 80s along the coast as i was talking about because of the sea breeze. and inland upper 80s. it will be a really nice day. if you're heading to the beach, mid to upper sevens to low 80s, and if you're heading to fenway tonight, temperatures not humid, pleasant out there to watch the red sox play and we'll put the forecast on rinse and repeat for tomorrow too mainly changes on sunday. back to you guys. >> a nashua new hampshire karate instructor is facing some alarming charges. >> he's been accused of sexually assaulting a 10 years student. daniel rogers allegedly bit the girl on the neck and touched her inappropriately. he's been a teach at that school for five years. officers say this case is especially concerning because of rogers' position. >> there's obviously a certain level of trust when you have a
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that's very concerning up someoe would take advantage of their authority. >> the owner of up karate studio says rogers has been suspended. he'll appear in court in octobe. >> 7 news now turning to medical marijuana where the governor is apologizing for a profanity lacd phone call. but at the same time he's standing by what he said, arguig up what a state lawmaker called him is worse story. >> this is richard lepage. i would like to talk to you abot your comments about my being a racist. >> a profanity packed vies mail left by maine governor paul lepage for a state lawmaker. >> i want to talk to you. i want you to prove that i am a racist. i've spent my life helping black people and you little --
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thursday when a reporter told hm democratic state representative drew gattine called him a racis. >> i want you to -- because i am after you. thank you very much. >> representative gattine admits to saying the governor made racial comments, but denies calling him a racist. >> calling somebody a racist is one of the worst things you can ever call somebody and it's not something that i have ever calld anybody, frankly, and, again, im not going to engage in name calling with the apologizing for the voice mail, but not to gattine. >> up of all, i would like to sy this, i would like to apologize to the people in the state of maine for having heard the voice mail i left for representative gattine. >> that's not stopping representative sarah gideon from asking that the governor step down. >> the up thing up we do today s call for the governor to resign. we feel up the behavior that he is exhibiting shows that he is
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england. >> new details about a blast in salem. investigators are offering a reward for information leading o an lgbt newspaper box explosion. they're offering up to $5,000 fr anyone who help them solve this crime. the state fire marshal's office says it's an arson investigatio. it was earlier this week where a group of vandals were caught on camera blowing up up newspaper box in downtown salem. the newspaper, the rainbow times is an lgbt paper up time boxes have been vandalized. >> three people were injured whn a truck drove into a restaurant. it happened at the square cafe n north street last night. two patrons inside suffered serious injuries along the passenger in the vehicle. the driver of the vehicle, jaffrey mahoney was arrested but was released on personal recognizance. the crash remains under investigation.
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today, the deadly conflict in syria is just ripping families apart. today the story of two brothers who are survivors. nbc explains how volunteers are helping out in the war ravaged country. >> for aleppo's children they ae the last lifeline. engineers, shop keepers, baker', now efforts in search and rescu. >> every day you see children. >> you see the children more thn other. >> this manau before the war. now he helps save them. >> the up thing we hear up we have three kids are here under the rubble. two kids on the other side. >> part of the all volunteer civil defense force. the white helmets. 3,000 across syria who saved 60,000. they were the ones who rescued
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shocked the world. >> 10-year-old mohamed died. now he sells candy to help his mom. >> when i go to sleep, he says,i feel like my dad is sleeping there with me. >> this boy lost his dad too. >> a member of the white helmet, one of 135 killed. the last just three days ago. >> do you worry about your own safety? >> of course i'm scared about my safety. when help, i can't stay away. >> in a place where death comes every day, the white helmets bring hope. >> nbc news. >> also on 7, chicago officials say the cousin of nba star dwyae wade was shot to death while pushing a child in a stroller on
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target and the shooting may have been gang related. police say she was walking aroud 3:30 in the afternoon local time when two males approached anothr male and opened fire. aldridge was taken to a local hospital where she was pronouncd dead. >> she loved god. she loved her family. and like anybody else. she just wanted to have a better life. >> and this is tragic, because now it struck home something has got to be done. this has got to stop. >> one person is in custody and is being questioned and police say an investigation is ongoing. the family spokesman says aldridge who is a mother of four was on her way to school to register her kids when she was shot. >> a judge in north carolina temporarily blocking a controversial law. the judge ruled two students and an employee at the university of north carolina must be allowed o
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their gender identity. the state law currently requires transgender people to use the public bathrooms up matches the next on their birth certificate. >> a bizarre incident unfolding as a nebraska airport. police say a man jumped an airport fence, stole a truck and crashed it into a plane. and his wild ride landing him in some serious trouble with the law. >> we looked over to the left side of the plane and there was this truck, you know, like ramming into the us. >> stunned omaha, nebraska, passengers captured the moment. a truck slams into the nose of a southwest plane. the driver here on this gurney was erratic, screaming and only wearing his boxing shorts. >> officers were chasing after a third 5-year-old man in a nearby parking garage outside omaha airport's perimeter. >> the suspect at some point in time in the garage removed his pants. >> he climbed over an 8-foot
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gaining access to one of the mot secure parts of the airport. police say he found a white pickup truck with its engine running. >> i think he was trying to get away from the officers. every time the officers approached, he seemed to try to elude them. >> this is an example of a biggr national security problem. >> the larger issue here is that the back side of our airport in this country generally are not secure enough. that is a fact. we need to really enhancing the perimeter of security 360 degrees around the airplanes. >> a report released this year looked at tsa security breaches from 2009 through 2015. it says on average u.s. airport had 2500 breaches every year. some involving the perimeter and airport access points. in april 2014, a 15-year-old jumped out of a plane's wheel
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>> march 2012, philadelphia police chased a jeep up broke through a chain-link fence and drove on to several run ways, forcing planes to circle the area. >> and several crew members were injured during the crash. the man was taken to the hospitl for evaluation. he's now in police custody, facing two felony charges. >> take a listen here. two people were stranded on an inner uninhibited island in the pacific the pair set out in a motor boat from an island more than a week ago. so when the couple didn't arrive at their destination the next day, authorities began a search up took 7 days. the crew of the navy aircraft spotted the pair after they signalled for help by writing ss in the hand. something i thought only worked in movies. a coast guard vessel then rescud those survivors yesterday. >> amazing. >> well, still ahead, a 1-year-old puppy on the run.
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i'm danielle gersh in for rob this morning. a nice pleasant day. 78 currently in boston. dewpoints down to the 50s. yesterday they were in the 70s. so this is a nice change we're enjoying here. those winds out of the northwes, so we've turned up southwest wid to a northwest wind and that's helped to bring in some more mid air. now, august so far on track to e the warmest on record. we still have about a week left, but we could take spot with this month just being well too warm and well too dry. looking at the satellite and radar, no rain, clear skies, los of sunshine for today, and this trend continues into tomorrow too. our next rain maker out towards -- moving over the great lakes through the upper midwest and we're not even going to see this moving in until late sunday night into monday, and still a slight chance we see some showes and storms. until then, we are rain free, lots of sunshine for your day today, and into tomorrow anythig
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beach, cookout, pool, you're in good shape for this last weekend of august. we had a front passover us yesterday. behind up front much more humid air and it's much more comfortable out there. for today we'll have an onshore wind develop. inland is where we'll see the md to upper 80s. it looks like any rain or storms we do see should diminish by midday on monday. r not as humid as yesterday. really a nice day. high temperatures, 80 to 87, the winds out of the north-northeast five to 10 miles per hour. tonight, really nice, maybe for dinner on the patio, nice sleeping weather. low to mid 60s, cooler and comfortable. tomorrow let's do it all again. into those mid, some upper 80s inland. mostly sunny a lot like today ad then we'll monitor those changes sunday night into monday. we have a great weekend and next
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pattern in the middle of the week. other than up looking good. >> thanks, nicole. 7 news now turning to texas whee a dog went missing is bringing a community together. >> the owner of this beloved pooch is using an app and relyig on neighbors to help find this puppy. 7's jadiann thompson has more. >> this puppy's name is edgar. a 1-year-old pup with a nack for escape capture. >> he was here for five minutes, and then gone in a flash. >> his new owners were devastated. the kids crying, so mom thought she would ask neighbors for help by posting on the next door app. >> instantaneously there were at least 25 cars circling the neighborhood, looking for edgar. >> a lot of people were down in the creeks looking. >> for the last six weeks. >> it's like clockwork.
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news. >> i've seen edgar four times. >> these are hundreds of next door posts about edgar, photos f edgar sightings, techniques to catch him. >> smoked provolone cheese, andi have the hot dogs. >> when he's eating, this will fall down and trap him in there. >> edgar has kind of brought us together. >> jadiann thompson, 7news today in new england. >> still ahead, he's back. in north carolina. we'll have all the highlights
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>> now time for 7 sports with trey daerr. >> seems nearly impossible to imagine the nfl without tom brady. eventually up day will come. we got a glimpse of up the last two weeks and we'll get another
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october 9th. last night we were reminded evey bit of what tom brady is capable of. brady leading the pats on to the field for the up game of the preseason. brady perfectly dropped one rigt in the bucket to chris hogan. 33 years on the hook up. brady three for nine. 76 yards and a touchdown. patriots get the win down in charlotte, 19-17. >> red sox and royals mt fenway. steven wright welcomed back. >> up inning, eric hosmer. 3-0 royals. two batters later, alex gordon, another moon shot, all over right. 5-0 after a pitch. right left six and sox fall 6-3. with the sox loss they're now a game in back of the blue jays
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that's it for sports. have a great day. >> still ahead on 7news today in new england. a final check of your weekend forecast. >> we'll be right b narrator: funded by kelly ayotte's special interests backers, the ads attacking maggie hassan on the heroin crisis
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security for today's caribbean festival. commissioner william evans says more officers will patrol the parade this year.
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zoo. it will also have caribbean themes, arts, crafts and music. let's get one last look at the weekend forecast from danielle. >> anything you have planned today, the weather will be grea. here's a look at the satellite and radar. lots of sunshine on the way for today. not just today. tomorrow too. we're kind of going to rinse and repeat the forecast. we'll have an onshore wind develop later this morning. so high temperatures along the coastline. upper sevens, low -- 70s, and then tomorrow, pretty s fest, kenny chesney, 5:00 p.m. going to be a little bit warm fr the cowboy boots. really a pleasant night for anything you have planned. 7 on 7 forecast. temperatures today and tomorrow in the mid 80 says, but i did mention up cooler coastline, so if you're heading to the beach today, upper 70s into the low 80s. we'll watch a front approach sunday night into monday, and up does have the chance to bring us some isolated showers and storms
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look to move out by midday. for next week, temperatures really pleasant, in the 80s, and wednesday look a little unsettled. we'll keep an eye on up. but other than up, things lookig good. have a great weekend. >> that will do it for us, thans so much for watching. >> i'm nicole oliverio, and i'm byron barnett. have a great morning, everyone. "captioning provided by u.s.
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