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over by her husband in the driveway. so we're going to head out to 7's kimberly bookman live for us on the scene with breaking details. kimberly? well, jadiann, at this hour police have roped off number 19 phillips street will i will move out of the way so you can take a look. you will see there is a blue toyota minivan in the driveway at this hour. we also have sky 7 video. now police are telling 7 news that the person who was driving that minivan is a man in his 50's and he ran over his wife the wife died of her injuries. the man was so distraught here on the scene he was transported to a local hospital and we are waiting a word from police as to what exactly went wrong. back out here live now you can see a very active scene here on phillips street in quincy. police out here examining the scene. there are many neighbors who have come out trying to figure out exactly what happened and as information becomes more available we'll bring it to you but obviously a very active investigation at this hour. for now reporting live, kimberly
new hampshire. police have found two missing children in the town of kingston. there was concern there they were last seen on pink bicycles and a lot of people responded to this one. members of the rockingham county sheriff's department and new hampshire state police heptkingston police locate these children so luckily they weren't gone for long. we'll investigate and if there is anything more to report we'll definitely pass it along to you. >> anchor: breaking news right now out of foxboro, patriots defensive end and team captain games this after testing positive for banned substance. >> anchor: ninkovich told espn he is devastate and it's a bit of a shock for patriots nation. tim caputo live at gillette now with the breaking details. >> reporter: yeah, first tom brady now rob ninkovich. he said he is heartbroken by all of this but he is adamant that he did not intentionally break any rules. he played in more than 100 executive games for the patriots now a staple of defence will be sidelined for testing positive
been suspended for four games by the league but he says it was an honest mistake. in an interview nink said few things are more important to me than my name and reputation. this might call that into question for some, which has me heartbroken. i doesn't want to cut think corners. i want to do things the right way with high integrity and that's what i have always wanted to stand for. this leaves pats without their leader of the offense and defense for first four game of the season. tom bradys' suspension starts to practice with the team until after week four for his role in the deflategate drama. ever confident pats fans are solely focused on the end of the season. pats though everybody else will be able to step up. they do it every year. it happens every year. somebody is out. somebody is hurt. so no, we'll step up next guy in line will take care of it. >> reporter: nink said any supplement he used was from the store and was unaware of an illegal substance. one thing he learned if the
are no regulation that's say the label has to give all of the inyep. that's a hard lesson for me to learn but i take responsibility for it. it's a mistake i made and it hurts i won't be there for my teammates. we reached out to the patriots for comment. they forwarded us the nfl statement which says the thank very much has in fact been suspended four games by the league for using performance enhancing drugs. keep in mind me hurt himself a couple weeks ago with his arm injury and was likely not to play the of the season anyway but certainly this hurts both his salary and his reputation. latest live from gillette stadium, tim caputo, 7 news. >> anchor: this of course isn't the only problem for the patriots because quarterback tom brady is also set to sit. brady's deflategate suspension begins tomorrow afternoon. >> anchor: he will also be out first four games of the season. so leaving the team without two of their captains, alex corddry here with more for us. alex? well, tom brady's suspension begins tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. but before vacating
quarterback got the playing time he wanted in the preseason finale in hopes that it will help him in week five. yeah, i am happy i was able to play as much as i did. coach and i talked about it and he knows it was a good opportunity to get out there and play. i hadn't played much in the preseason. tom brady making up for lost time. the three time super bowl m.v.p. not only started against the giants, but played the entire first half. a heavily debated decision that was a no-brainer according to brady. it's don't really get that. you try to replicate and practice but at the end of the day it's got to be game situations and real football. that's what these games allow you to do. brady's next live game action will come in week five on the road in cleveland so how will the future hall of famer handle his time during his four game deflategate suspension? brady said he will take a wait and see approach as he enters unchartered waters. i'm sure i will be very
level. you know, so we'll see. i am not, you know, i never dealt with it so we'll see. >> reporter: next sunday's game in arizona will be the first time since 2001 a quarterback other than tom brady will be under center for the patriots season opener. but brady knows he is leaving his team in good hands. coach belichick does a good job getting the team prepared and motivated and they will understand what they need to in order to win. >> anchor: now one thing his suspension is visiting his will in a matter. brady will be the team's honorary captain for their game against colorado on september 17. live in the newsroom, alex corddry, 7 news. >> anchor: the patriots season opener is a week from sunday. the team will take on the arizona cardinals september 11. you can see that game right here on 7 nbc. >> anchor: all right let's get back to the latest on the track of hermine.
florida. since then, it's been downgraded to a tropical storm but florida's northern coast also got hit with powerful winds and driving rain and the storm has paid a visit to georgia. i think it's in the carolinas. this is the first are hurricane to hit florida in 11 years. >> anchor: the storm is headed toward the coast to georgia and carolinas. jeremy reiner has been tracking the storm closely. he joins you now with new advisory. is thatcorrect? the the tropical storm status winds at 50 miles per hour moving through south carolina at this time against here you go the latest advisory 5:00 p.m. advisory maximum sustained win at 50 miles per hour. rotting off to the northeast at 25 miles per hour but that is going to change as we work through the weekend and central pressure down to 993 millibars. so the latest forecast track hasn't changed all that much. it's still difficult forecast east of the delmar peninsula.
mile-per-hour winds and underneath it there will be a lot of warm water. the gulf stream loaded with warm water and those tropical systems they feed off that warm ocean water and so the hurricane center thinks it's actually going to go back into hurricane category early next week, meanwhile wobbling to the north and the east high pressure in northern new england does not give ground and so this red line still not indicating it's coming right up into southern new england meaning we will likely still be on the fringe of tropical system late in the holiday weekend and early next week. you can see here wobbling around again i think a couple of pieces that moisture will kind of come anythinging off like a bicycle tire just kind of out of control and some of that wind and rain energy does come up into southern new england. so the potential for winds to gust between 25 and 35 miles per hour boston south shore sunday evening into monday morning with a highest gust down along the south coast and cape 35 to 45 miles per hour and then you head farther north winds only gusting
how about the rain? dry tomorrow, dry actually all day sunday as well. no rain sunday but we do anticipate tropical showers and traps a few downpours working into southern new england late sunday night and through the day on monday with some cities and tons picking upwards of a half inch to as inch as 3/4 of an inform of rain on the cape as well as islands. we'll break down the rest of the holiday weekend forecast in a few minutes. >> anchor: hermine leaving behind a trail of damage along with the winds comes potential for dangerous flooding. many neighborhoods in florida already meteorologist bri eggers joins us now live with more on what we can still expect with the storm. bri? for residence of florida and georgia, the worst is over for now. but as hermine continues up the east coast millions of others are bracing for more from this storm. driving rains, severe winds and violent surf. this storms continued to build as it rushed toward the coast. and thousands in its path rushed to get ready. get rid of debris, strap
intensified and so did the warning from florida governor rick scott. put this in perspective. this is life-threatening. we have a hurricane. hermine a category one hurricane with sustained winds of 80 miles per hour gusts even stronger made landfall overnight in the big ben region of florida's gulf coast. the first hurricane to hit the state in more continue a decade. technically this is the first one that we've had as far as hurricane and then we have people that's ne and so it's new to people. >> anchor: those in and around the strike point, the storm surge pushed water into places it's not supposed to go. on shore hermine continues to churn. flooding an issue inland and growing concern about the potential for tornadoes and widespread power outages as the system cuts across the east coast. and hermine is expected to continue its path of destruction up the eastern seaboard through the holiday weekend. of course we're still
through new jersey. it looks likely we'll track hermine for the next few days to come. in the newsroom, bri eggers, 7 news. >> anchor: be sure to stay with 7 news as we track the path of the storm. you can get the latest weather reports on-line and also on our 7 news app. >> anchor: want to move on oh to other breaking news. police have made another arrest in the murder of this teen-ager in east boston. this young woman was found at a home back in june. police arresting a 21-year-old man in connection with her case afternoon. byron barnett live in east boston. this is a murder that really shook this community here in east boston. now a second man is behind bars in connection with the slaying of a young woman here. peeking into the courtroom trying to avoid the tv camera, angel ramos of east boston was arraigned for the june 15 murder of 18-year-old blanca lines.
stabbed on a garage on princeton street in east boston. police got their first break in the case when they arrested a 16-year-old male in connection with the murder in july. then last week police released these surveillance images of another woman in connection with the case and asked the public to help identify her. police say they found her, questioned her and then released her. they say it was pat of the puzzle. finally this morning, ramos was arrested. police say fingerprints from both suspects were found at the crime sc suspects were scene on surveillance video near the crime scene at the time of the murder. the victim's family members looked on in court. defense attorney robert griffin says he tried to keep ramos out of view of the tv camera because of identity issues. he plead not guilty and had nothing further to say. >> anchor: angel ramos is being held without bail and 16-year-old jose hernandez who is being tried as an adult is also being held without bail as
boston, i'm byron barnett, 7 news. >> anchor: also on 7, a driver under arrest accused in an alarming assault on a passenger. it happened earlier this week and today that driver appeared in court. >> anchor: this is just the latest in a string of negative events involving uber drivers in our area. steve cooper live in dorchester with details on this case. steve? disturbing allegations and by the way this is the third time this week alone that an uber driver is in trouble with the around here extremely concerned. you said you didn't do it, right? it was a mistake? >> reporter: charges with racing a female passenger michael vadrine makes a beeline for it from the courthouse after pleading in the during his arraignment. two counts of rape. >> reporter: the 32-year-old was arrested by boston police who say early wednesday morning near ross road in dorchester he sexually assaulted a woman who called for an uber to drive her home. prosecutors who wanted the father of a six-year-old to be
the victim didn't know him. these parties prior to this instance were unknown to one another. >> reporter: his arrest follows the arrest of several other uber drivers this summer in the boston area including two this week alone. one man from everett, the other man was an uber driver from malden. the incidents led the mayor of everett to fire off a scathing letter demanding a meeting with the ceo of uber to discuss their screening process for hiring drivers. according to told police he admitted to having sex with a woman but he claims it was consensual. outside the courthouse, we tried to ask him about that. what do you want to say about charges? did you do it or not? hell no. >> reporter: uber released a statement saying we are fully cooperating with boston police and will continue to work closely with them to help provide any information useful in this case. >> reporter: he was released on personal regular agonessance
from the victim here and also not to drive for uber or any ride sharing company until this case has been resolved. live in door door tonight, steve cooper, 7 news. >> anchor: and the race for the white house and an unusual move by the f.b.i. the agency released confidential interviews, agents had with hillary clinton. meanwhile, donald trump is continuing to reach out to minority groups after his controversial visit to mexico. in a heavily redacted document notes from their hilary 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 did she instruct anyone to delete 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
there is evidence that they were extremely careless in that handling of very sensitive, highly classified information. >> anchor: donald trump's campaign said f.b.i. release reinforces clinton's bad judgment and dishonestly 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 predominantly white voters who don't want to support someone accused of racial bias. by going into him now it sort of takes that stink of him being a racist off. he can go and say i'm not a racist. i talked in a black church. others point to the fact trump is the only candidate making campaign stops in multiple states as well as meeting a foreign leader. clinton has only made two public appearances and in the past two weeks. back to the e-mail investigation, the information
back in july. >> anchor: still to come this friday evening, taking an e. colin kaepernick continues his protest of the national anthem. at 5:30 indicted for murder. a notorious mobster charged in connection with a murder of a federal witness. >> anchor: plus, a stunning scene. we have to tell you the kids are okay but dramatic video of drivers going right into students who just got off their school bus. >> anchor: then in just one hour, a dangerous distraction at logaai lasers causing more problems for pilots right here in massachusetts. >> anchor: and we follow breaking news. a few stories in fact. here is two. patriots defensive star rob ninkovich suspended after using a banned substance and he is going to miss the first four games of the season. >> anchor: and another one here quincy police say a husband has killed his wife after running her over with the car in their driveway. we're going to continue to follow these breaking stories for you and bring you the latest as we get more information.
kaepernick as the national anthem began. kaepernick continuing his protest against racial injustice and police brutality by once again not standing during the national an them. this time joined by teammate eric reid. we have a last people that or pressed. we have a lot of people that aren't treated equally, aren't given equal opportunities. police brutality is a huge thinh >> anchor: his statement in a military veteran filled with mill rather veterans and families. for the troops that are serving as well as those that are have died for to protect this nation i think it's disrespectful. i really do. >> anchor: kaepernick said critics don't understand the message. i realize men and women of
theirselves in harm's way for my freedom of speech and my freedoms in this country. >> anchor: but kaepernick said he is protesting in start hopes of starting a national do i log and plans to follow it up with action. i am currently working with organizations to be involved and making sure that i am actively in these communities as well as donating the first $1 million i make this year to different organizations to communities. >> anchor: kaepernick did stand during the playing of god bless america before the start of a fourth quarter. he said he plans to continue sitting during the anthem until he sees what he calls substantial change in race relations. in the newsroom, nancy chen, 7 news. >> anchor: sunshine will start the holiday weekend and then we end the holiday weekend with a threat of some rain from tropical storm hermine.
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tada. get gooeyflakyhappy. toaster strudel. ? ? >> anchor: the headlines on hermine looks like the worst of the storm is to the south of new england, we are right on the edge of the storm system. well eget into that in just a second with the threat of some rain and some wind late sunday evening through the day on monday of i think we'll probably have some wind more likely sunday evening, sunday night and then the threat of rain actually takes over on monday. so it's not like they lineup together.
is this weather system, let's see here, that's-right now boston at 69, plymouth at 70. bedford at 75 as we look elsewhere martha's vineyard at 74. i think my clicker decided to start vacationy and i don't have another clicker so i will just step off camera and hit the space bar. so again a nice afternoon right now, mix of clouds and sunshine with high pressure in control this time and that really plays a major role in the weather because that will not allow hermine the brunt of hermine to come into southern new england. for tonight mostly clear and comfortable a little bit cool. temperatures between 49 and 60. 60 in boston. tomorrow the best of the three lots of sunshine in the morning, a few cloud in the afternoon, pleasant temperatures will be 74 to 79. the beaches tomorrow looks great. mix of clouds and sunshine temperatures in the middle 70's. low tide 7: 08. high tide at 1:21.
doing its thing not allowing hermine to directly up into southern new england and then it does begin to fall apart as we work back into early next week and then so for the holiday weekend saturday sunshine pleasant conditions, sunday partly cloudy skies and then some showers likely sunday night and monday. 7 news at 5:00 come back at
break. >> anchor: we have another hour of news here ahead for you. thanks for joins us so far a jadiann in i'm kim khazei. like to call her thomas. 7 news at 5:30 starts right now. >> reporter: tropical storm hermine moving up the eastern seaboard. some effects will bother us this weekend. >> anchor: charged in a cold case. a former mob boss accused of
of a friend and back in court. a teen's attorney trying to convince a judge to toss the case. >> anchor: parents worst nightmare two days in a row. growing concern after two bus stop scarce. >> anchor: and we begin at 5:30 with three breaking stories. first, sky 7 over the scene in quincy where police say a woman was run over and killed by her husband in their own driveway. this is phillips street. police say the 54-yea because he was so distraught. the wife was 52 years old and the video shows you that police are there in the driveway investigating. >> anchor: and patriots star rob ninkovich has been suspended for four games by the nfl. ninkovich said the ban is for using a banned substance but said the substance must have come from a supplement that he got from the store. he also says he was unaware of it being banned. he has played more than 100 executive games for the patriots