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his punishment a four-game suspension. >> anchor: this comes as he is dealing with an injury as well. tip caputo is live with the breaking details. >> reporter: more bad news out of gillette stadium here just like tom brady rob ninkovich has been a constant on this patriots team for a number of years. in fact, nink has played more than 100 executive games for the patriots and now like tom brady he will be forced to miss the first four games of this regular season because of a suspension ninkovich told espn he has been suspended by the league for testing for a banned substance. ninkovich said he would never knowingly use an illegal substance. the 32-year-old linebacker said in an interview with mike reese he bought supplements from a store over the counter and he was an wear that something he bought had a substance in it that would give him a positive test. he believes that ingredient was likely not listed on there. in that interview with espn's
name and reputation. this might call into question for some which has me heartbroken. i don't want to account any corners. i want to do things the right way with high integrity and that's what i have always wanted to stand for. of course ninkovich was suffering an injury try accepts injury that he got during training camp this year. he would have likely missed some games in the early part of the season anyway but certainly because of this suspension for an illegal substance it will hurt his salary and hurt his reputation foxboro, tim cap out oh, 7 news. >> anchor: thank you. and of course news of the ninkovich suspension come as tom brady prepares to begin his own four game suspension. for more on that let's go to alex corddry. kim, just like you said rock ninkovich not the only notable patriot suspended for the first four games of the season. tom brady set to begin serving his four game deflategate ban beginning tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. before vacating the problems for the next month brady took the
preseason finale for the first time since 2011 and not only did he start against the giants, he played the entire first half after getting picked off in the first possession of the game brady eventually got it together in gear finishing the night by completing 16 of 26 passes for 166 yards, throwing a touchdown and an interception. so how will brady handle his time away from the team? we'll hear from the future hall of famer coming up on 7 news at reporting live in the newsroom, alex corddry, 7 news. >> anchor: alex, thank you. remember the patriots season opener is a week from sunday. patriots take on the cardinals on sunday, september 11 and you can see the game right here on 7. >> anchor: and we're tracking hermine today. the system blew through florida as a hurricane and is now a tropical storm. it's currently causing problems for georgia and the carolinas. jeremy reiner is here with the latest track and when it could possibly impact us. jeremy? >> reporter: i think perhaps
weekend, sunday night and monday looks like the most likely time line if she is going to bother us. again, here she is right here. she came ashore last evening in florida as category one hurricane, spent much of the morning hours over land and so that has led to some weakening. she now a tropical storm at 50 miles per hour but still a more fridayable tropical storm moving up the 95 corridor with he heavy rain. the latest thinking from the hurricane center is that she will continue on this northeasterly track and then emerge off the outer morning she is here and beginning to slow down and we've been talking about this since wednesday. that high pressure northern new england will block the northward advancement of hermine, but the water east of new jersey and maryland very warm and so that's likely going to lead to restrengthening to perhaps back into a hurricane monday morning at 75 miles per hour. but still you notice very slowly moving to the north and so because of that i think we'll be
the area of high pressure blocking the strongest winds and heaviest rains south of us. a piece of this will break away and move up into new england late sunday night and through the day on monday. winds at this time looking like gusting 30 to perhaps as high as 45 miles per hour on the cape sunday night and into monday. lighter amount of wind and rain the farther north you travel we will detail that forecast in a few minutes. >> anchor: and hermine did leave a path of destruction as it moved through florida. >> anchor: clean up has started in some areas but hermine is far from done. showing us the damage so far. >> reporter: right, kim and jadiann, hermine may be weaker air tropical storm now, but we are still seeing a story of destruction as it travels northeast along the coast. hurricane hermine slammed into the florida panhandle overnight bringing with it powerful winds, 80 miles per hour, gusts even stronger. we're going to louse a power line here. the first storm to make landfall in florida in 11 years, definitely leaving a mark. just because it's clear
>> reporter: and a half snapping trees, crushes cars and holes, knocking out power to tens of thousands. water pounding the coastline and surging inland leaving behind devastation. crews in cedar key assessing the damage this morning, sender block walls and this dock couldn't withstand the thrashing hermine has dropped to tropical storm status and is headed up the east coast. pats of georgia and carolinas under a state of emergency. we do expect tropical storm force winds between miles per hour sustained. preparations and way in hopes of preventing excessive damage there. our goal is to be over prepared and under when it comes to this storm. we want everyone to please be safe. and unfortunately it is a vacation weekend but officials are warning beach goers that dangerous rip current are expected throughout the holiday weekend. in the newsroom, bri eggers, 7 news. >> anchor: all right, br i, be sure to check with 7 news, everybody, as we continue to
we head into the labor day weekend. you can always see the latest weather reports on-line as well and on our 7 news app. >> anchor: we're following breaking news out of east boston police say they have made a second arrest in connection with the death of 18-year-old blanca lin z. herred about he was found in a house under construction in june. byron barnett joins us now with more breaking details. >> reporter: this was a murder that absolutely shook many people here in east boston as you said. the second arrest in the murder of an 18-year-old here in east boston, we've got some video in court of the arraignment. 21-year-old angel ramos was arraigned on one count of murder this afternoon. his attorney tried to keep him out of view. the tv camera citing identification issues. now ramos is charged in the murder of blankalinez of east boston. her body was found in east princeton street in east boston. police released surveillance of
police found that woman and were able to question her and release her. they say it was just a piece of the puzzle. now in addition to ramos police also arrested 16-year-old jose hernandez in july in connection with this murder. police say fingerprints of both suspects were found at the scene and police say beth suspects were soon on surveillance video near the scene around the time of the murder. now angel ramos is currently 16-year-old jose hernandez who is being tried as an adultery mains held without bail as well. that's the latest live from east boston, byron barnett, 7 news. >> anchor: the woman accused of encouraging her friend to take his own life was back in the courtroom today. michelle carter's attorney saying she is not to but medication is. nicole oliverio explains what happened there in court.. >> reporter: 19-year-old michelle carter sits in court,
to commit suicide. today lawyers discussed motions as the case prepares to head to trial in december. it's really sad. this shouldn't have been a public trial. it should have been, it should not have been brought. >> reporter: carter is charged with involuntary manslaughter. police say she encouraged a friend to kill himself through tent messages. she allegedly told roy "you just have to do it." around "to get back in the vehicle" after he expressed doubt of taking his own life. he was from carbon monoxide poisoning. they are alleging his words caused her death. >> reporter: some sit the anti-depressant medication claimed caused his death claiming suicidal thoughts of a side effect of the drug. he had just started tweaking or changing his medication shortly before he took husband own life and there are plenty of clinical trials and studies that show that he
monitored whenever you change that medication, the dosage or just start on it because there is a high rate of suicides. >> reporter: defense lawyers will also be allowed to use police reports from years passed to show roy witnessed domestic violence between his parents. they say seeing that may have caused him to commit suicide. in taunton, nicole oliverio, 7 news. >> anchor: a final good-bye for two nuns killed in a brutal attack in mississippi. sisters paula merrill and lives to helping the needy. merrill is a stoneham native. both women were 68 years old. services for sister merrill were held this morning in kentucky where she first took her vows to serve. sister merrill was a nurse as well as a nun and pat of the sisters of charity of nazareth for 34 years. these two women were found stabbed to death in their mississippi home last week and a 46-year-old mississippi man is facing murder charges for their deaths. >> anchor: now turning to the
report on hillary clinton and her e-mail use while she was secretary of state. that controversy has plagued her campaign now for months. in the meantime donald trump continues his outreach to minority groups. nbc's edward lawrence has more from the campaign trail.. >> reporter: in a heavily redacted document the f.b.i. released its summary notes from their hillary clinton interview about whether she mishandled classified material on her personal e-mail server. the f.b.i. says clinton told them she never deleted, nor her e-mail to avoid complying with the federal records act. but tens of thousands of e-mails were deleted, some of them classified and related to her work as secretary of state. she also told the f.b.i. she relied on career foreign service workers for guidance. the f.b.i. decided not to recommend charging clinton. there is evidence that they were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information. >> reporter: donald trump's campaign said the f.b.i. release
judgment and dishonesty. meanwhile, trump received his second national security briefing in new york. then headed to philadelphia meeting with african-american religious and civic leaders. some critics call this and his trip tomorrow to talk with a black church in detroit just lip service saying trump is actually talking to his base of predominantly white voters who don't want to support someone accused of racial bias. by going into him now sort of takes that stin a racist off. he can go and say i'm not a racive. i talked in a black church. >> reporter: others point to the fact truffle is the only candidate making campaign stops in multiple states as well as meeting a foreign leader. clinton has only made two public appearances in the past two weeks. well, back to the e-mail investigation, the information in the notes was reported to congress last july by f.b.i. director james comby. most of it is not new information. edward lawrence, nbc news, washington. >> anchor: still ahead on 7
parents. kids hit by cars as they get off their school bus. >> anchor: how drivers managed to miss all of the warning signing while those children were crossing the street. >> anchor: plus, a 61-year-old man manages to survive after his truck plugs into the water in maine and the wild ordeal is caught on camera. >> anchor: then at 4:30, heartbreak for a michigan family. the nasty note someone left about their child with autism. >> anchor: on 7 news at 5:00, the decision that led to more booze for 49 colin kapernick norman: that's a lot of vitamins there, harold. harold: oh, i'm stocking up before kelly ayotte gets her
way on medicare. norman: what do you mean? harold: well, she wants to privatize medicare, turn it into a voucher program that'll cost families big time. norman: uhhh... the vitamins? harold: gotta keep my family strong because ayotte also wants to raise the medicare eligibility age.
>> anchor: caught on camera, a car crashing into children as they get off the school bus. this is in texas. it appears as if the drivers never even saw the kids and that's despite all of the flashing lights. >> anchor: luckily, both children are okay. police are hoping the video reminds everybody to be more in session. christa delcamp with more. >> reporter: in this crosswalk in austin, texas, a 12-year-old boy, seconds after getting off the school bus monday. i kept shaking. it was the most horrible thing to watch. >> reporter: because the boy who was hit is her son. there is nothing worse than that phone call where all you can hear is sirens and your child drying. this driver was not some evil person. he was do what we all do. we all have days when we're in a
driver hits another student. this time, you can see the stop sign is out. the bus lights are flashing and police say the bus driver was laying on the horn. that is how i remember it. >> reporter: michael was in his car stopped behind the bus and saw the whole thing. my heart was racing and it was just so intense. he got knocked i think ten feet toward my car and he like rolled to the side of my driver side window. michael called 911 and reed school with the 17-year-old on the ground in the road. he goes to high school with the 16-year-old who was behind the wheel. she was mortified. she thought she killed him. she came out of the car, crying and freaking out but i tried to reassure her he seemed okay at the time. the new driver telling michael on scene she was confused about the law. she didn't know that you had to stop for the bus stop coming from the opposite way. a traumatizing lesson.
call to more people. >> reporter: both students in these cases were not seriously injured thank goodness. both drivers stayed at the scene and were cited by police. in the newsroom, christa delcamp 7 news. >> reporter: we are continuing to track tropical storm hermine. we'll detail that and the holiday weekend forecast as well up next. barbara moussette: kelly came through for me and my husband, and i am just forever grateful... with my husband in cancer treatment, we fell behind on our
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water and it will it will repin a tropical storm. it means a lot of moisture and rain is on the north end of the center of circulation and so these hurricanes and tropical storms, they transition over to non-tropical but it's a challenging forecast because the gulf stream water is very warm here and so this is likely going to lead to restrengthening of the tropical storm back into a hurricane east of new jersey. winds at 50 miles per hour and again it passes through south then north carolina then off the carolina coastline east of virginia sunday morning 6:00 a.m., 65 miles per hour, still
south of boston and from there only crawling to the north. monday morning again you notice here the winds going back up so the hurricane center thinks it's going to become a hurricane once again. category one hurricane and still only drifting to the north. at this point still well south of new england with most of the effects being felt back toward metro new york city and really focused on the injuries shoreline unfortunately a similar set up, not exact but a similar setup to hurricane sandy. for us, high pressure big brother up in to come barreling up into new england, but there will be some effect from the storm. so your holiday weekend looks like this. tomorrow that's the of thy part of the forecast. those a fun day. looks good. lots of sunshine. pleasant. temperature in the 70's. sunday morning sun with clouds taken over in the afternoon and there will be a breeze developing from the northeast and it will be a little bit windy on the cape and islands meaning winds will gust 30, perhaps 35 miles per hour and then i think we will see some
monday but monday does not look like it's raining all day long. so the wind gust potential right now pace based on the current track looks like strong of the winds will be down through the south coast and cape gusting at times 35 to 40 miles per hour. the south shore from the northeast again these are northeasterly winds 25 to 35 miles per hour, boston north and west winds gusting 15 to 25 miles per hour. the amount of rainfall on the way sunday by 6:00 p.m. nothing. so again i think you are okay sunday. it's dry. then we will see tropical mo and some of these tropical showers could be loaded with quite a bit of moisture, beneficial rain i might add for the drought with many of us picking up a half inch to perhaps as much as an inch of ben fill rain but until then high pressure calling the shots. your 7 on 7 forecast, there you go. monday showery with the wind dying off and then tuesday clearing skies, mid 70's and more heat coming the end of the next week. see you at 4:30. >> anchor: time now for fast track traffic on this friday as
way. some trouble matt fitzgerald with us. we begin high over storrow drive you can sigh we have an overheight truck that struck a bridge. this is near the esplanade on thied side of storrow drive only one lane is getting by right now. the westbound of storrow is okay for right now. let's check how the expressway leaving the city a tough drive on the expressway out of the tunnel. most of the way down to braintree, the northbound is tough from columbia road to the tunnel. let's get those drive times on the exway looking right now from the o braintree like a 38 minute drive. let's head over to the pike east in this shot you will see looks good however further up the highway you will be heavy from newton corner out to natick. the pike west is good heading into the city. we'll check out the zakim bridge you are jammed on the northbound side coming out of the tunnel that back up continues toward 128, southbound on the zakim is moving well right now. the leverett connector is heavy heading into downtown boston. i'm matt fitzgerald, 7 news.
caught on camera. >> anchor: luckily, the man driving survived. the bangor daily news reports a 61-year-old man lost control of his truck and went flying into union river. police say the truck hit several signs, went through a parking lot before launching into the river. the man was able to get out and then some good samaritans came running and helped him out of the water. police are investigating. >> anchor: up next here on 7, notorious mobster "cadillac frank" salemme gets indicted for murder. >> anchor: plus, student at a ticket to get into the dance. why they have to blow into a breathalyzer. >> anchor: ahead at 5:00 staying on top of breaking news patriots defensive end rob ninkovich said he is being suspended for a positive drug test. >> anchor: a former stanford swimmer convicted of rape walks out of jail after serving half his time and it was the sentence that caused a lot of controversy
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category one hurricane, system now downgraded to a tropical storm, but hermine just hit georgia and is now moving through the carolinas with powerful winds and heavy rain. >> anchor: we're going to get an aerial view now of some of the flooding in florida that it left behind. the storm toppled trees and damaged buildings, chief meteorologist jeremy reiner is tracking the path of that storm and when it could hit us here in new england. jeremy? >> reporter: again, i think we'll be on the fringe of the storm so we do not anticipate a direct hit from hermine of the e carolina, spent the morning in georgia. it did weaken since last night to a tropical storm but still a healthy tropical storm at 50 miles per hour moving northeast. there you go. moving northeast at about 18 miles per hour. then it moves out of the north carolina outer banks and at that point it's at 65 miles per hour sunday morning at 8:00 a.m. the hurricane center thinks and so do the computer models we'll restrengthen back into hurricane early monday morning at 75 miles
line only slowly drifting to the north. we have that blocking high pressure in northern new england which will not give ground meaning that this red line, the center of the storm, does not come barreling up into southern new england. in fact, i want to show you the ocean temperatures here. if you notice this deep, red coloring right there is the gulf stream and the thinking is that the center of the storm is going to go right over the gulf stream park itself then these tropical systems they feed off that warm ocean water so sit there is going to likely hurricane, something we'll have to watch but the thinking still even if she does -- the word i'm searching for here, get back into i ahurricane is that it would not be able to directly affect new england. so tomorrow we're talking sunshine, sunday breezy conditions with monday scattered showers and that wind dying down and again we will detail your forecast coming up in a few minutes. >> anchor: all right, thank you