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are going to be dry. there is hermine, only with the radar superimposed the rain gets up to the southern tip of new jersey so a ways away for us but the cloud cover on top of us. official forecast from the hurricane center, just got an update from them, it's a 60 tropical storm expected to linger off the coast of new jersey for days and get to nantucket before getting kicked out early thursday morning which mens it's going to be our weather maker most of the upcoming today. some clouds but dry and pleasant temperature. mid to upper 70s inland. cloudy skies tonight. dry most of the day tomorrow. south coast could get showers very late in the day. comfortable temperatures, better chance of rain as we head into monday. we'll talk about that and the rest of the forecast coming up. >> nancy: thank you. tropical storm hermine soaking parts of north carolina already. heavy rains making roads slick there as well as flash flood watches are now in effect.
that storm already leaving a trail of destruction behind. residents leaving in beach communities bracing for the worst. >> kris: you have to be prepared for it. while we may not see the extent of this impact on us until the end of the holiday weekend hermine is leaving its mark along the way. the first hit may have been the most violent as hermine crashed on to florida gulf coast. the winds rip aid part buildings pulling down trees and power lines. the rain 12 areas pushing water into places it was not supposed to be. the day light shows the extent of the damage. >> this hasn't happened in years. >> reporter: it has been more than a decade since a hurricane made land fall in florida. >> as the hurricane moved through the state more than 250,000 floridians experienced power loss the. >> reporter: inland lost a bit of its power but little of its punch. it pushed into georgia but continued to shred almost
noise around 2:15. i think a transformer had blown or something. >> reporter: the storm gathered speed as it crossed into the carolinas continuing its paths of destruction. a path that forecasters now could take it into the waters of the atlantic growing again to hurricane strength as it hits the eastern seaboard. its threatening areas cape cod where tourists are trying to get in at least one more day of fun. >> we're going to enjoy what we can. >> reporter: while residents are bracing >> putting extra lines on the boat. >> reporter: this long weekend will be anything but a holiday. as hermine makes its way up the eastern seaboard communities in the northeast have already closed beaches for the labor day weekend. track this storm throughout the holiday weekend using our interactive radar. just go click on weather at whdh.com or use the 7 news mobile or tablet app. >> turning to a developing story, earthquake hitting oklahoma this morning with people from nebraska all the
officials say the 5.6 magnitude quake struck near north central oklahoma around 7:00. it's reportedly mock the strongest to ever hit the state. there is no word yet on any injuries nor damage. but we'll continue to update the story as we learn more. we're following more news. tragedy in quincy, police say a woman was run over and killed in her own driveway. officers say the driver was her husband. kimberly bookman has the latest. >> reporter: in the home, police say a husband ran over his wife. >> i have' been trying to figure out how that could have happened but don't know. >> reporter: sky 7 above the area as emergency crews and police investigate. >> responding units immediately requested that the ambulance and the medical examiners office respond. >> reporter: police tell us a 54-year-old man was behind the wheel of the blue mini van when he backed up driving over his wife
i'm curious to know was it on purpose? i can't imagine someone burching someone. >> reporter: police say the husband was so distaught they took him for shock and stress. accident reconstruction crews collected evidence, examined the car and marked its movements. neighbors watches it all as the body remained on the scene. >> it looked as if the blanket was in front the vehicle. >> reporter: whe medical examiner resolved the victim. a flat bed towed the mini van and people who knew the couple same to see the scene for themselves. >> weird, uncomfortable and saturday. >> reporter: kimberly bookman. >> a former new england bob boss indicted in connection with a murder. cadillac frank sell emmy, his son and an associate murdered a federal witness back in 1993.
march. yesterday's his alleged accomplice was arrested, paul we weadick. >> he is ready to fight. he is ready to fight. he, we expected this was coming. he is ready to put this behind him. >> reporter: he does admit he hung around with salemme and had a relationship with the father and son. >> nancy: detectives make another arrest in connection with the murderer of an east boston teen. friday morning. police say his fingerprints were found at the crime scene along with the prints of a 16-year-old arrested in july. ramos is accused of murdering blanco lainez in june. her body was found beaten and stabbed in a garage. video shows both men near the crime scene at the time of her death. >> kris: moving truck on a crash course on storrow drive. take a look, we've seen it far too many times.
when it tried to go under the silber way bridge. a problem all too common now that students are moving in. police got the truck away from the overpass so traffic could move again. sutton police are searching for the person who vandalized several properties around town. blurred message was written on the side of a church on providence road. another building then two vehicles were also targeted. on who is responsible should call police. >> nancy: uber driver accused of assaulting a passenger in what has become a troublings trend. steve cooper has the latest from dorchester where the driver was called to court. >> reporter: you said you didn't do it? charges raping a female passenger michael vedrine makes a beeline for it after pleading goalie during his
arrested early wednesday morning who say he sexually assaulted a woman who called for an uber to drive her home. prosecutors who wanted the father of a 6-year-old to be held on $50,000 cash bail say the victim didn't know him. >> at this point were up known to one another. >> reporter: this follows the arrest of several other uber drivers in the boston area including two this week alone. one man from everett. the other man was driver from malden. incidents led the mayor of everett to demand a meeting with the ceo of uber to discuss their screening process for hiring drivers. according to the police report he told police he admitted to having sex but he claims it was consensual. outside the courthouse, we tried to ask him about that. >> what do you want to say about the charges? did you do it or not? >> hell, no. >> reporter: uber released a statement saying we're
continue to work closely with them to provide any information useful in the case. as police continue their investigation they say they can't say for certain whether or not there are any other victims here. in boston, steve cooper, 7 news, today in new england. >> reporter: politics hikes' e. mailings are on the fore front. the f.b.i. releasing its notes from interviews with clinton as it investigates her use of the private e. plale server. kim khazei has a look. >> reporter: hillary clinton's three and a half hour f.b.i. interview exactly one month ago about a controversy she once seemed to dismiss. >> with a cloth or something? >> reporter: the f.b.i. notes reveal there are many things she didn't recall trained on being how to handle it. relied on staff to use her judgment. clinton say she didn't know the letter c. meant
classification speculating it was regarding to the order of paragraphs. >> that is a lie unless she is not an intelligent person, has put you and me at everyone in this country at great dangers. >> reporter: the f.b.i. director said 2,000 of her e-mail have classified information but show told the f.b.i. she didn't receive any e-mails she thought should be on an unclassified system. clinton told the f.b.i. she didn't receive instructions on she just suffered a concussion and couldn't recall every briefing she received. the f.b.i. director cleared her but had is sharply critical. >> there is evidence there were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information. >> when you can't find any evidence of intent to do wrong there is no way to go forward with the case. >> reporter: clinton campaigners saying they're happy the notes are private
mistake. >> nancy: donald trump getting his second intelligence briefing in new york. he was joined by new jersey governor chris christie at the first briefing clinton had her first briefing earlier this week. donald trump making his way to philadelphia where he held a round table with african american, business, civic and religious leader. later on today he will b black church. clinton will be in cleveland on monday making an appearance with tim cape at the city's labor day parade. >> kris: president barack obama landing in china where he is set to meet with major world leaders at the go-20 summit. the president along with the president of china announcing they're joining the agreement passed last year in paris. the two delivers delivered documents to the u.s. secretary-general certifying the u.s. and china have
>> president obama: both the united states and china were leading by example. our entrance into this agreement continues the momentum of paris and should get the rest of the world confidence whether developed or developing countries, that a low carbon future is where the world is heading. >> kris: president obama will attend the regional summit in laos making him the first u.s. president to visit the once isolated couny. a home in northern. we're learning the body of a woman was found inside. >> reporter: he hermine has been racing to the
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>> nancy: welcome back, an arizona couple is not letting tropical storm hermine get in the way of their big day. despite the heavy rain and winds the couple posed for their wedding pho o the couple says they came to the car line ashes to get married on a beach but since they may not be saying i do there, they wanted to get their pictures. i've heard it's good luck if it rains so they must a wonderful marriage if it has a tropical storm hitting. >> kris: hone, did i sweep you off your feet. no, it was hermine, nice
wrong about that. there is a wrong about that. it must be a good thing. the center of hermine is centered right over the outer banks of north carolina. that is center but i've color coded the sat rights to high lights the clouds that you need to worry about. the maroon ones are all the action is. most of the action is in delaware, extending way out into the atlantic starting to look more comma shaped which is an indication that it's losing its tropical going around the certainty of circulation. it's starting to lose its tropical characteristics, however moving to the east-northeast which means it's about to emerge over water. that could help it to hold on to tropical storm status, maybe even gain a little bit of strength for the next 24 hours or so. after this it stalls out somewhere off of the coast of new jersey, may do a few loops here. could gain a little bit of strength. winds may get as stronging a
characteristics and won't qualify as a tensebook hurricane this. is going to be like sandy in the sense we don't know what to call it. i'm not saying it's going to be as deinstructive as sandy but it has a bit of an identity crisis. notice it's going to hang out south of us until early thursday morning. now if you look at computer models most of it having doing loops and loops. i'm slightly encouraged here. just got they've been trending further south still have it doing loops south of us but more south. going to be until late thursday before this gets kicked out into the atlantic and pull ace way from us. by far the strongest winter going to the for the cape and the islands. those areas plight brush tropical storm norse strength. the rest of us breezy beginning late tomorrow and lasting through the day monday, maybe into early parts of the day on tuesday,
overall a comfortable day temperaturewise, we'll see clouds from hermine already seeing some of that now. but the rain is well south of us. in fact if you look at the computer models drying through the day today. might see a little bit of rain very late in the day for tomorrow for the south coast, cape and the islands. the bulk of the day tomorrow will be dry but breezy if not down riot windy at the coastline. that will kick up the surf. gets worse into monday. thats up even more. and we're likely to see more widespread showers talking maybe a half inch of rain. high temperatures low 70s near the coastline. mid to upper 70s inland. still cloudy tuesday and wednesday. finally clearing late thursday. getting hot for friday. >> kris: a lot to keep track of. thank you so much. so much more ahead including
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>> nancy: tough to watch but parents and witnesses are talking about the bus stop scare, jadiann thompson has more. >> reporter: seconds after getting off the school bus a 12-year-old boy in texas hit by a truck. >> there is nothing worse than the phone call all you can hear are sirens, the driver was not some evil person. he was doing what we all do. we all have days when we're in a hurry. >> reporter: the next day another driver student. this time you can see the bus' stop sign is out. lights are flashing and police say the bus driver was laying on the horn. michael was in the car stop and saw it all. >> my heart was racing. it was just so intense. he got knocked irthink 10 feet towards my car and he rolled to the side of my driver side window. >> reporter: he called 911 then realized he knew the teenager laying in the road and the 16-year-old driver
she thought she killed him. she came out of the car crying freaking out. but i tried to reassure her he seemed okay. >> reporter: the new driver told him she was confused about the law. >> she didn't know that you had to stop for the bus stop coming from the opposite way. >> reporter: a traumatizing lesson to learn. >> i hope that will be a wakeup call to more people. >> reporter: jadiann thompson, 7 news today in new england. >> kris: scary, coming up driver on a crash course in maine. cameras rolling as he flies down the road right into the fall river. >> nancy: how safe is our anti-bacterial soap?
>> kris: a heart beat bonding two family members a bit closer together for the first time in years. a mother is reconnecting with her son and it was thanks to a stranger. >> happening thanks to a vision. fours years after her son's tragic death a mother from kentucky came to nebraska to hear her son's heart beat again. an emotional meeting thursday evening. >> how do you feel? >> best i've felt all my life. >> reporter: don met the man who has her son's heart. >> i can hear it. >> can you? >> reporter: on friday
better listen. >> it's so peaceful. exactly four years ago today, joe gained life. kaelin gained ever lasting life. >> reporter: in 2014 kaelin accidentally shot himself with a gun he thought was broken. >> we're asked to donate. >> reporter: grace had no intention of son's organs until he came to her in a vision. >> he said, momma, what would i do? this is not about you. >> reporter: grace decided to donate and hundreds of miles away johanson in nebraska was given a second chance at life. when i open my wallet he is the very first thing i see when i open my wallet. him and i talk a bit. >> reporter: hanson and kaelin have become one thanks to organ donation.
>> he is happy. i'm happy. we're both very happy together. >> reporter: hanson and grace have supports ponded for years but never met. both sides needed time to heal. meeting on the four-year anniversary of the transplant was the perfect time. >> i feel blessed. i feel thankful. >> all right. well, one more time or -- >> sure people in country are on the waiting list for a heart transplant on any given day. only 2200 hearts are available though each year. you watch something like that and you see the impact it has on someone's family. it goes to show you the power of organ donation. >> giving gift of life. next up on 7 news, could be the biggest american flag ever created? the city that is working on this american icon that is
anti-pack tierial soaps on the do not buy list. >> announcer: this is 7 news teared in new england. >> nancy: i'm always washing my hands and it's always interesting when they say maybe it's not as great as you think. >> kris: you think it's helping you florida. >> i feel like, i feel it's always that time of year whatever people are getting sick, if one person gets sick the entire newsroom gets sick. my cough. that was how i've been coughing. >> get outside, get fresh air because today is the day to do it. next couple of days won't be night quite as nice. hermine is right over the outer banks of the carolinas. you have the rain ebbs fending to cape, mai, new jersey. high then clouds enough to filter the sunshine but not block it so it won't be as
miles an hour tropical storm moving north at 21 miles-an-hour will slam on the brakes then sit off the new york, new jersey coastline, maybe even do a few loops then may not clear out of the area until thursday morning which means it's going to be the weather maker for days. 65 for teared. upper 60s further inland. cloudy and breezy every where tomorrow with rain arriving for the south coast. spotty rain showers for a good bit of massachusetts on and off on monday. rest of the seven-day forecast talk about when this gets out of here on monday. >> nancy: turning it a breaking story. earthquake hitting oklahoma with people from nebraska all the way to northern texas reporting it. officials say the magnitude 5.6 quake struck near north central oklahoma around 7:00. it is reportedly among the strongest to hit the state.
reports of damage. we'll update the story as we learn more. >> kris: today's top stories, tragedy at a home in quincy when a woman was run over and killed in her own driveway. officers say it was her husband who was driving the vehicle. he was so distraught after this ins depths he was taken to the medical center for treatment. police are investigating. a former new england mob boss charged in connection with a murder. investigators say cadillac frank sill emmy, a federal associate murdered a witness in 1993. salemme's accomplice was arrest yesterday. the victim's body was found in providences, rhode island. back in march. >> nancy: sky 7 giving us a scene at a crime scene in dun barton, new hampshire. investigators are are revealing details about this deadly shooting at the home there and brandon gunnoe has the latest.
home in new hampshire. investigators and state police have been at the home for two state days. when local police arrived at the thus on thursday they discovered the body of 38-year-old wendy tess inside. the state medical examiner determined that mrs. tess was ilcanned by a single gunshot. at this point the attorney general's office will not say anything further expect that the investigation is ongoing. no word on mr. tess or anyonels the state police major crime unit pulled on to the property. you could see investigators entering and leaving but all they will say is that it's a suspicious death. brandon gunnoe, 7 news, today in new england. >> kris: connecticut man is accused of calling in a threat to the new sandy hook elementary school. newtown police arrested 28-year-old pierre boville on friday. he is facing threatening
sandy hook was rebuilt after 20 children and 6 teachers were kill there had in 2012. >> nancy: it was a watery ride for a driver in maine when his truck went sliding into the union river. he had a medical issue that led him to drive through a parking lot before landing in the river. a good sam are samaritan pulledm out. drivers about a traffic accident. a truck carrying hundreds of honey bee hives overturned and since an average hive contains about 40,000 bees millions of bees were involved. many of them flying away from the scene. no injuries were reported. >> kris: also on 7 disappointing news for patriots fans. rob ninkovich, the past bost their defensive main stay after he tested positive for
have to sit for four years. tim caputo has a closer look as how he is responding. >> reporter: since 2009 no one played more games with the patriots than tom brady and rob ninkovich. two impact players, two super bowl champs. now both accused of cheating, both forced to sit the first fours games of the season. ninkovich who played in more than 100 consecutive games has been suspended by positive enhancing drug. he said this is a challenging chapter for me. i take responsibility for my actions. the 32-year-old defensive end says it was an honest mistake. he claims a supplement he took didn't list all the ingredients. in an interview with espn he said few things are more important than my name and reputation, this might call that into question for some which has me heart broken. i don't want to cut any corners. i want to do things the
after quarterback tom braidsy starts his own four-game suspension. brady won't be allowed with the team, punishment from the nfl for deflate-gate. the pats will be using backups on both sides of the ball but fans are more focused on the end of the season. >> everybody else is going to be able to step up. somebody is out. somebody is hurt. so, now, we'll step up. next guy will take care of it. >> they've been through a lot of advty when you have tom brady, you have him for 12 games you always have a shot. >> reporter: tim caputo, 7 news, today in new england. >> nancy: 7 news turning to a controversial case, convicted rapist brock turner released from jail after serving just three months of his sentence. he was sentenced to six months but he is free on good behavior. jadiann thompson has more. >> reporter: with a hard
stanford swimmer brock turner was met by a crush of cameras. he spend only 90 days in jail for sexual assault. be in news was given exclusive access to evidence. pictures show him with a torn shirt hours after he was tackled by students who saw him on top of an unconscious female behind a dump ter. tapes taken after his arrest show a calm turner responding to quens not to try to rape a girl without her consent. i was just trying to hook up with a girl. when pressing turner about the victim the detectives asked if you saw her again would you recognize her? brock responds probably not. turner faced up to 14 years in prison for felony sexual i a salt. but -- assault but the judge sentenced turner to only six months in jail which in california meant three months for good behavior.
jailhouse steps outraged over what they saul a lenient sentence. the crowd calling for the judge to be removed. judges shouldn't be influenced by public opinion. >> not only is justice supposed to be blind. it's supposed to be independent. >> reporter: in front of the jail and excon just out of lockup offered his perspective. >> i stole a purse from a mall. i got more time than he did. >> reporter: turner returns to his home state of ohio where he will serve out three years of jadiann thompson, 7 news, today in new england. >> kris: here is a story you may want to pay attention to. a serious warning from the f.d.a. the organization is banning more than a dozen different chemicals found in anti-bacterial soaps. more than 2100 products affected by the f.d.a.ban. 40% of the soap and
marketed people think this is what you have to do. >> reporter: the concern is chemical ingredients found in anti-bacterial products. >> there is very little evidence or no evidence in some cases that adding these chemicals to plain soap and water does any better in preventing infections or spread of germ. >> reporter: surprising news at the blanc home in virginia. with two kids andner on the way anti-bacterial soaps have bn alternative in that it would prevent germs so i bought it. >> reporter: researchers believe anti-bacterial soaps could pose a risk. the f.d.a.is most concerned about soaps that contain triclosan and could interview with estrogen and testosterone levels.
with the hormones in our bodies. and that can cause possibly thyroid possible. >> reporter: the american cleaning institute insits anti-bacterial are safe and washing hands with soap can reduce the risk of infection beyond that provided by washing with non-anti-bacterial soap and water. still many manufacturers are already phasing out the chemicals in question. back at the blank home -- you. >> are trying to keep your >> reporter: back to the basics, soap and water. some more information here. the f. d.a.is not suggesting that you throw out the anti-bacterial soaps. don't buy any more. 20 seconds with soap and water, hygienists suggest humming birth birthday to yourself then you know your-- >> nancy: i've heard that then people give you --
whatever works. >> nancy: 9:41. much more ahead including tropical storm hermine leaving its mark in florida. new video of some major flooding at an apartment complex there. >> kris: also ahead it's not something you see everyday. are a hot dog contest breaking the world record in north. we'll tell you all about it
we've been talking about tropical storm hermine and here are some drone shots of a flooded apartment complex in florida after it was hawaii you can see the lawns there in the roys completely submerged. so far the storm has killed one person and left more than 250,000 homes without power. there is word also that the storm could restrengthen as it moves up the coast. >> kris: hermine is not done. it's possibly moving back out to the lant tick rera expect it to become a hurricane. >> reporter: tricky situation. it gets back out over water where could regain winds sneeds would be equivalent to that of a hurricane but it may not technically qualify as a hurricane, hybrid much like with sandy but it has been racing through the southeast. it made land fall in florida in the pre-dawn hours yesterday and we already have tropical storm watches barely south of us. the hurricane center says they may expand the watches
massachusetts a little later on today. there it is and if you look at the presentation here on satellite imagery you can tell it looks more comma shapes which means it looks more like a nor east sorry it's starting to make the transition away from tropical characteristics, winds could get up to 65 miles an hour and maybe even 75 as we head into wind or tuesday but you don't see the hurricane symbol because it won't technically be a textbo may not technically be one. the important thing is that it'll stay just south of us but stay there for days and days and days. going to be our primary weather maker through wednesday, even thursday. a lot of the model versus it doing loops and loops and loops south of us, but they've been trending more south which is encouraging and reduces the strength or the risk of damaging winds here. but still we're going to see a sustained period of clouds
coastline. if you are thinking going to the beaches today is the today to g. we could see showers beginning as early as tomorrow evening. windwise maybe see gusts as high as tropical storm strength for the cape and the islands. most of the rest of us just again breezy conditions beginning tomorrow. lasting through monday. 65 right now no boston, 67 plymouth. a mixture of clouds and sun out there today. filtered sunshine. not expecting any rain y. through tomorrow but tomorrow evening and tomorrow night when we could see showers, that continues into monday and even early tuesday. by far the heaviest amounts will be nor the south coast, cape and the islands main be a half inch of rain for boston. more clouds than anything else and not clearing until late thursday. getting hot by friday. >> kris: company in scranton, pennsylvania, is looking to build the biggest
has been working on the flag for the past six months. 40 move feet long by 90 and a half feet wide. current record flag flew over new york city last year. >> nancy: you are going to see the longest line of hot dogs ever created. it goes around and around. it breaks the world record. it stretched more than 950 feet in new york's grand central terminal and took more than 1900 hot dogs to set t i just can only imagine who was eating all of that after they were done. >> kris: i'll help them with those. red sox starting their series out west in oakland. hayrides from the big win against -- hayrides from the
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the national an them four times now to protest police brutality against black people. >> kris: red sox out west taking on the a.'s. the day started off their offense, that's going crazy as they beat the athletics 16-2. let's show you the action. ramirez rips a double. there is david ortiz, comes arounds sox take 5-2 lead. travis shaw at the plate. smacks another r.b.i. double this one also to left. he would hit a home run and another r.b.i. double. sox breaking it wide open in the 6th with that big win. >> nancy: pats fans will see a sight that they have not seen in 15 years come week one and it's not a welcome one. tom brady will not be under center for the pats first game under or against the arizona cardinals.
yesterday. brady talked about what he will do with his time away from gillette. >> i'm sure i'll be very curious watching it at some level. you know, we'll see. i'm not -- i have never dealt with it. >> nancy: that suspension starts 4:00 today. brady's first game back will be october 9th in cleveland against the browns. >> kris: a cool way to cap off your summer. how one man is a simple gesture but a whole
>> nancy: a sweet story to share with you, topped with thoughtfulness of man making a big difference in the lives of kids in western new york. >> kris: it begins with a cool idea and it involves ice cream. jadiann thompson has the special story. >> reporter: on a hot day, this is the sound of a treat. >> this one. thank you. >> reporter: james is an ice cream man pedaling around buffalo charging just $1 for anything you want. >> it's childhood -- >> reporter: for kids in neighborhoods where there is not much pocket changes to share he gave the ice cream away for free. >> what's up. >> i really remember not having the dollar sometimes. it's not a good feeling. >> can i get the water melon bomb pop.
a good business plan. >> we had a problem and we had so find a solution. >> reporter: working out of his garage james went on beline to raise donation. he corrected more that happen $34,000 in one month. >> you've had people donate from around the world. >> reporter: the kids have to do a little work, too. so far more than 800 thank you cards have been signed by the kids and mailed to donors. erica rogers buys ice cream for her sons change. >> reporter: for james it's not about the bottom line glucase it in their face it made their day. it makes my day by making their day. >> reporter: that is the sweetest treat of all. jadiann thompson, 7 news, today in new england. >> kris: such a neat gesture there. president baum barack obama today. we'll tell you about the land mark climate change agreement that he just agreed to.
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>> nancy: tropical storm hermine, damage already done but there will be more? we have the latest credit. also a woman killed in quincy when she was' run over in her own driveway. we'll tell you who police say was driving the vehicle. >> nancy: new details in the colin kaepernick star spangled boy cott. how it could affect security at the 49er home games. >> kris: another key piece
missing, why rob ninkovich is going to have to sit out the first four games. >> announcer: this is 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: chang to you, thank you for joining, i'm nancy kens. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. we'll have those stories and more, first up weather has been a big store. look at this satellite image. >> nancy: absolutely, this is tropical storm hermine as it sits along the east coast. meteorologist rob eicher joins us with the latest. >> reporter: here same image with the radar superimposed. the green would be the rainfall. you can see that getting up to the southern tip of new england. clouds spreading into new england so it's going to be a mixture of clouds and sun. dry today and most of tomorrow. official hurricane calls for it to emerge over water. may be gain a little about the of strength but start to lose its hurricane or tropical characteristics. it may not officially be a hurricane but the winds will
out just barely south of us for days and days and days. may not. until thursday until it's finally ought of our harassment 68 now. will be a comfortable take with highs in the low 70s at the coastline. mid to upper 70s inland. dry today, cloudy overnight tonight then into tomorrow, breezy if not downright windy. showers for the south coast beginning as early as tomorrow evening. late tomorrow evening. we'll talk more about the exact forecast of hermine, show you the forecast >> nancy: thank you very much. tropical storm hermine hitting north carolina. heavy rains soaking parts of the state making roads slick leaving flash flood watches in effect. the national hurricane center saying the storm could pose a threat to several areas right through labor day. >> kris: a lot of eyes on the storm. it left behind behind quite a bit of damage and destruction . first hit may have been the most violent as hermine crashed on to florida gulf coast.
pulling down trees and power lines the rain 12 feet in some areas pushing water into places it was not supposed to be. the day light shows the extent of the damage. >> this hasn't happened in years. >> reporter: it has been more than a decade since a hurricane made landfall in florida. >> as the hurricane moved through the state, more than 250,000 floridians experienced power loss. >> reporter: inland lost a bit of its power but little of its punch. itus everything in its path. >> my wife heard a lot of noise around 2:15. i think a transformer had blown or something. >> reporter: the storm gathered speed as it crossed into the carolinas continuing its path of destruction. a path that forecasters now say could take it into the waters of the atlantic growing again to hurricane strength as it hits the eastern seaboard. it's threatening areas cape cod where tourists are trying to get in at least one more day of fun. >> we're going to enjoy what we can. >> reporter: while
>> putting extra lines on the boat. >> reporter: this long weekend will be anything but a holiday. >> nancy: stay with 7 news as hermine heads north. track the paths of the storm using our interactive radar on-line at whdh.com. >> kris: breaking news out of the mid west we're following for you. an earthquake hit oklahoma stayed with reports that it has been felt by people in as many as states. information we continue to get in but offices say it's a 5.6 magnitudequake that hit near north central oklahoma about 7:00. there are in reports of injuries. obviously we'll follow the story and bring you updates as it develops. >> nancy: also on 7 a tragedy at home. sky 7 h.d.over quincy where police say a woman was run over and killed in her own driveway. officers say her husband was the one who was driving. here is kimberly bookman.
driveway of their home a husband ran over his wife. >> i don't know how that could have happened. >> reporter: sky 7 above the area as police and emergency crews investigate is. >> responding units requested that the ambulance and the medical examiner's office respond. >> reporter: police tell us a 54-year-old man was behind the wheel of this blue mini van when he backed up driving over his 52-year-old wife killing her. >> it's kind of scary and i'm serious to know was -- curious to know was it on purpose. i can't imagine someone burching and it being an accident. >> reporter: the plus was so distraught they took him to the medical center for shock and stress. accident reconstruction clues collected evidence, examined the car and marked its movement. neighbors watched it all as the body remained covered on the scene. >> it looked as if the blanket was in front of the vehicle. like the car park and it's in front of the headlights.
investigators were done the medical removed the victim. a flat bed towed the mini van. couple came to see the scene shaken. >> it is rae wierd, uncomfortable and saved. >> kris: a former new england mob boss indicted in connection with a murder. cadillac frank salemme, his son and another person mu on friday sal emhe's' lemed accomplice was arrested. weadick's s attorney says they have no connection to the murder and they plan to fight the charges. >> he is ready to fight. he is ready to five. we expected this was coming. he is ready to fight and put this behind him. >> reporter: he does admit he hung around with salemme and had a relationship with the father and son. >>
angel ramos friday morning. they say his fingerprints were found at the korean scene along with a 16-year-old arrested in july. ramos is accused of murdering blanco lainez in june. her body was found beaten and stabbed in a boat on princeton street. both men were near the crime scene at the time of her death. >> kris: shooting in atlantic city left a police officer in surge suspect is dead. officers stopped thee men. at least one of them allegedly opened fire striking one of them. the officers returned fire. the friar for the initial stop remains unclear. >> nancy: new details colin kaepernick's controversial protests, the santa clara police union part of the volunteer security force may not work. they say they're upset over kaepernick's statements about how officers murder minorities. they're also upset that the
kaepernick to wear socks at practice showing pigs in police uniforms. >> i'm already hearing it this week that next week on monday night football some officers are not going to work. the 49'ers are letting this come out from an employee and it's making a hostile work environment for us at the stadium. >> reporter: 49'ers are standing by statement. they meet earlier saying they respect kaepernick's right lawrence taylor has been arrested under suspicion dui. officers says he drove his bentley no a motor home and side swiped a police creek. the profootball hall of famer has had a string of legal troubles including an arrest for having sex with a minor. >> kris: in political news hillary clinton's e-mails
again in the race for the white house. the f.b.i. released notes from interviews with clinton as they investigate the use of her private e-mail server. kim khazei with the very latest. >> reporter: hillary clinton's three and a half hour f.b.i. interview exactly one month ago about a controversy she wouldn't seemed to dismiss. >> with a close or something? >> reporter: the f.b.i. notes reveal there are many things she didn't know about qualify -- classified information. clinton telling the f.b.i. she didn't know the letter c. on an e-mail meant confidential. the lowest level of classification speculating it was referring to the order of paragraphs. donald trump pouncing. >> this is a lie. unless she is not an intelligent person. she has put you and me and everybody else in great danger. >> reporter: the f.b.i. director said 2,000 of her e-mails had classified information but she told the
thought should not be on an unclassified system. clinton told the f.b.i. she didn't receive instruction ons preserving her records when she left office because she suffered a concussion and couldn't recall every briefing she received. the f.b.i. director cleared her of any charges but was also sharply critical. >> there is evidence that they were extremely careless in their handling of very evidence of intent to do wrong there is no way to go forward with the case. >> reporter: campaigners saying they're happy the notes are public and she acknowledged using a private server was a mistake. kim khazei, 7 news today in new england. >> kris: donald trump getting his second intelligence briefing in new york. it's unclear if trump had any advisors with him. as he was joined by judge governor chris christie and others at his first briefing hillary clinton had her
week. donald trump headed to phil where he held a round table. today he will be in detroit speaking at a congregation at a predominantly black church. clinton will be in cleveland monday making an appearance with timm came at the city's labor day parade. >> nancy: president obama meeting in china. president obama and the chinese president have delivered documents to the u.n. secretary certifying the united states and china have taken the necessary steps to join the paris accor. >> president obama: both the united states and china are leading by example. our intrants -- entrance into this agreement should give the rest of the world confidence, whether developed or developing, a
>> reporter: the miswill be the first american president to visit laos. >> kris: police are looking for suspects after vandals tarted a church and some -- targeted a church and some other property. it all happened in sutton. >> reporter: get an update from the hurricane center at the end of this hour.
weekend. it's always a big weekend, three-day weekend, a lot of people are disappointed about the weather. >> kris: today is going to be good. look at thes silver lining here, if you are going to grill, today is the day. >> reporter: the weather starts going downhill tomorrow. even tomorrow most of the day will be dry but beach and boating concerns we're most concerned about. got this picture via facebook, look at the massive waves here. not going to get that big our surf zone but that is one ever the concerns. we're not concerned about flooding rains, not going to get that much rain. not concerned about wide spread wind damage. winds are going to be like what they're getting in north carolina but we're going to get days of onshore winds that could lead to minor beach erosion, rough sucks all that beginning tomorrow. -- rough surf. hermine is located over the outer banks of north
colored clouds where the action is. notice how those clouds are well removed from the certainty of circulation. if this was a true tropical storm you would see the maroon clouds wrap around the certainty center. today a tropical storm moving to the northeast at 21 which means it'll move over water later today. that should be enough to help it maintain its tropical storm status into tomorrow. after that, strength but it'll look more like a nor'easter then a true hurricane. winds might be hurricane strength but it won't be a true textbook hurricane. what is important here is notice how it is hanging out just south of us for days and days and days. it has been racing through the southeastern university but it's sit off of the coast of new jersey tomorrow for days and days and days. really not get out of here until thursday, if you look at the computer models
doing loops off the coast of new jersey. which is not out of the question. what is trending over the last couple of hours, a few of these lines, each of the lines represents a different forecast model showing you where hermine will go. a few of the lines crossed over the cape. all of them are south of us but the timing hasn't changed. it's going to be to late thursday before this is completely out of our hair. looking like we might get some wind gusts close to tropical storm strength for the cape and the islands. the rest of us breezy tomorrow, monday a current temperatures upper 60s, low 70's comfortable out. there temperaturewise today. do see clouds to a mixture of clouds and sun but not expecting any rain. most of the day tomorrow will be dry. it's not until we get to late tomorrow where we might see a few spot showers along the cape and the islands from hermine. then spot showers continue as we head into monday. not a whole lot of rain overall. more clouds than anything else. clearing out, finally late thursday, then turning hot
>> nancy: coming up on 7 news the red sox out west and it was a big night for the offense as they roll over oakland. details ahead. >> kris: up next patriots suffering another key loss, this time on defense as they prepare for the season opener. why rob ninkovich is going to miss the first four games of the year. fios is not cable. we're wired differently, which means we can fix things differently. thanks for calling fios. this is ryan.
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when he missings the pat's first four games. rob ninkovich will be sitting out. >> kris: the nfl suspended him after he tested positive for an illegal substance but wouldn't say more. tim caputo has more on ninkovich's reaction. >> reporter: since 2009 no one played more games with the patriots than tom brady and rob ninkovich, two impact players now both accused of cheating. f four games of the season. ninkovich who played in more than 100 consecutive games has been suspended for testing positive for a performance-enhancing drug. he took to twitter saying: the 32-year-old says it was an honest mistake claiming a store-bought supplement he took didn't list all the ingredient. in an interview he said: few things are more
this might call that any question for some which has me heart broken. his suss expense 24 hours before tom brady starts his own four-game suspension beginning saturday afternoon brady won't be allowed with the team, purchasement -- punishment from the nfl for deflate-gate. pats fans are more focused on the end of the season. >> everybody else is going to be able somebody is out. somebody is hurt. so we'll step up. >> they've been through a lot of adversity, when you have tom brady, whether you have him for 12 or 16 games you have a shot. >> reporter: tim caputo, 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: the pats season opener is one week from tomorrow. they play the arizona cardinals sex sunday, september 11.
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four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few. vote no on question 2. >> kris: an arizona couple is not letting tropical storm hermine stop them from taking their wedding photos.
in north carolina as the storm was hitting. the couple says that it came to the carolinas to get married on the beach but since they made the commitments saying i do they wanted to make sure they had their pictures done. >> nancy: this is good luck for their marriage because it's good luck if it rains, tropical storm not so bad. coming up on 7 news, new reports that a one-time news anchor is sitting on regarding her lawsuit against fox news. >> reporter: if you are craving beach time good news and bad news. your forecast weekend forecast coming up. >> kris: an earthquake felt in as many as seven states. we'll have the very latest
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alleged ins accident florida. >> the cargo the truck was carrying that has people buzzing. >> kris: an officer is in some trouble after a chase and a takedown. >> announcer: this is 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: welcome back, thank you for staying with us, i'm nancy chen. those stories and much more and here is kris anderson. >> kris: you told them my name so we know all we're keeping a close eye on a named storm hermine. it remains a tropical storm. >> reporter: let me introduce you to hermine. the rain extending up to about cape may, new jersey. we'll be dry even. even most of tomorrow will be dry. get out. enjoy the outdoors but already starting to see clouds out there associated with hermine. high thin clouds enough to filter the sun but not block
tropical storm moving to the northeast which will put it over water where it may actually gain a little bit of strength get unto 65 miles an hour possible. possibly 75 miles an hour on tuesday. at that point it'll lose its tropical characteristics, may not technically be a hurricane. after racing through the southeast it's going to hang out in northeast for days. so it's going to be our main weather maker for much of the upcoming week. temperatures filtered sunshine, not a all. probe the best of the weekend. more cloudy, breezy, windy tomorrow with rain showers likely as we head into monday. show you the latest forecast for hermine coming up in a few minutes. >> nancy: it's making for an anxious labor day weekend as it moves up the east coast. part of the problem we don't know exactly where this storm is headed. >> kris: a lot of different models showing where it may go but it left its mark on the east coast. path of destruction behind
at the storm so far. >> reporter: the first hit may have been the most violent. thrashing the florida gulf coast with the wind pulling down trees and pow lines, rain them storm surge, 12 feet in some areas pushing water into places where it's not supposed to be. the extent of the damage scattered for miles. >> this ham hasn'ted in year. >> reporter: more than a decade since a hurricane made land fal through the state more than 250,000 floridians experienced power lines. >> reporter: inland hermine lost a little of its pour but very little of its punch. a tropical storm continuing to shred most everything in its path. >> my wife heard a lot of noise around 2:15. i think a transformer had blown
continuing its path of destruction. a path that forecasters now say could take it into the waters of the atlantic growing again to hurricane strength as it hits the eastern seaboard. it's threatening areas like cape cod where tourists are trying to get in at least one more day of fun. >> we're going to enjoy what we can. >> reporter: while residents are bracing for the storm -- >> putting extra lines on the boat. >> reporter: this long weekend will be anything but a holiday. jay gray, nbc news, savannah georgia. >> nancy: stay with 7 news as hermine heads north. track the path o on-line at whdh.com or by using our mobile and tablet apps. >> kris: breaking news out of the mid west we've been following four. we are gating our first look at the damage from the earth quake that hit north central oklahoma. this is actually a his tariq building in the town of publicky. the 5.6quake was reportedly felt by people in as many as seven different states.
to hit the state since 2011. no reports of injuries. >> nancy: dangerous uber driver charged with raping a female passenger. police say the 32-year-old was arrested early wednesday morning. he allegedly sexually assaulted a woman who called for a ride home. he told police he did have sex with the woman but claims it was consensual. his arrest just the latest in a string of uber drivers arrests the just this week along. one man from everett, the other from malden uber releasing a statement on this saying we'll fully cooperating with boston police and will continue to work closely with them to provide any information useful in the case." >> kris: blurred messages written on the side of a church on providence road in suttons. police say no another building and two cars were also vandalized.
need to contact police. also some would call it a sure sign of september. there it is. moving truck crash course on storrow drive. the truck's roof ripped right off when the truck tried to go under the bridge. it's a problem all too common with college students unaware of height restrictions on the highway. police got the truck away from the overpass so traffic could move once again. drivers in all abuzz about a traffic accident when a truck carrying hundreds of honey behives. millions of bees were involved in the accident with many of them flying away from the scene. in injuries were reported. >> nancy: officer in iowa coming under fire in trouble after assaultings a handcuffed suspect. the dash cam and body cam were rolling capturing this.
this led police on a high-speed chair, we've more. >> reporter: in the darb cam video you can see him running away before surrendering. the deputy along with two other officers hold down keller and handcuff him then comes another officer identified as adam whit mayo you go see him yank on his dead locks all while using vulgar language to call him names you. >> are a [bleep] , you know that. >> reporter: then you see officer hit him in the head multiple times. >> god. >> close is a closer look. >> reporter: custody. [bleep] >> moran. >> you are a stupid. [bleep] , you know that. stupid mother. [bleep] >> reporter: after they finish searching they pick
should have him in the back seat. >> weber is -- >> get in there. >> get in the car! >> so we took appropriate action but i do not feel it merited termination. >> reporter: the state attorney general's office reviews the incident deciding not to charge whit mayer because of keller's actions leading up to the arrest. >> the suspect nearly hit a and right after that, the officer was laying down the spike strips. the suspect swerved toward him. >> reporter: kim khazei, 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: he is a veteran of the department and that is his first known behavior of this kind. he also says the officer has been severely disciplined but didn't provide further details. >> kris: more news, final farewell to the nuns stabbed to death in rural
sister paula meryl yesterday. she is originally from stoneham. the service was held in kentucky. the other victim was honored in her home town of milwaukee, wisconsin. the two nuns lived together and worked as a medical clinic in a rural part of mississippi. police say 46-year-old rodney earl sanders confessed to 9 killings. he is charged with murder but authorities say he has not revealed a motive. >> nancy: a secret recording could be the smoking gun in against roger ailes. former anchor gretchen karlson taped conversations she had with ailes on her iphone. he is claiming he took away her anchor job for refusing her sexual advances. her spokesman declined to answer. >> reporter: mother teresa is officially becoming a saint. the pope led a prayer vigil today where thousands of people were gathered. he was speaking on the eve
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>> nancy: welcome back, it's 10:42. a live look outside right now. 68 degrees. somewhat cool out there, but nevertheless today is the pick day of the labor day weekend. >> kris: great day for a brazilian barbecue, what are they called? >> nancy: all i know is the alcoholic drinks, robb. take away from rio. >> reporter: now we know what you were doing for the last month. welcome back by the way. hermine has been hanging out in the southeastern united states more like racing through the southeastern united states. played land fall in the pre-dawnn as you and we've tropical storm watches barely south of us for the coastal waters south of our islands. it's possible we could see these expanded maybe to the
possibly as soon as later this morning when the next update comes up, expecting another update shortly before 8:00 if not before. the certainty of circulation is near the outer banks of north carolina. but notice how there is notre whole lot going on near the center. most of the cloud cover is well removed from the certainty of circulation, an indication it's starting to lose its tropical characteristics. we're expecting an update almost any minute but the official forecast calls for it to us for a couple of days here. really not to turn east and head out to sea early early thursday which means it's going to be our primary weather maker not until thursday before we clear out. there has been some promising news with the model model forecast. they've been trending south. they have it doing loops between new jersey and new york for days and days. then not clearing out until thursday. but early this morning, some
massachusetts. now none of them do. they're south of us but there a does reduce our threat for damaging wind gusts. but still looks like we're going to get rain and clouds out of this over the next couple of days. thinking about a trip to the cape, today is the day to go. filtered sunshine. more clouds, breezy if not windy tomorrow. even tomorrow at the cape most of the day will be dry but winds will kick up the surf. monday windy and rainy. again today probably the day to go. t looking at is maybe brief wind gusts on the order of what you would expect for a weak tropical storm. for the cape and the islands for the rest of us, just a breezy day tomorrow and monday as well. maybe even into tuesday, 68 the current temperature in boston, temperature wise will be very comfortable today. upper 60s low 70s currently getting up to the mid 70s later on this afternoon. satellite showing that kind of filtered sunshine. high thin clouds. but the rain stays south of us today p. and even for
a drop by tomorrow evening where we could see spotty evenings for the south coast then spotty showers spread north into monday and tuesday. total rain maybe a half inch. that is not going to be a drought buster but more clouds than anything else. clearing out thursday. turning hot on friday. >> nancy: it's not a bad day to grill. take a look. what you are looking at is the longest line of h it breaks the word record. t the line stretched more than 950 feet in new york city's grand central. it took more than 1900 hot dogs to set the record. >> kris: lots of people to eat the 1900 hot dogs. unfortunately, summer is winding down. you hear the groans. there is plenty of time for a good burger.
leaves out the beef and focuses on the bird. we're talking turkey and what is cooking. ? >> reporter: named for boston red sox legend tony conigliaro tony c's' sports bar and criminal is known for one thing. >> just burgers, burgers, burg e they love our burgers. >> reporter: they have a california burger, a veggie burger, bacon cheese burger all from scratch. their signature is the jersey. but today executive chef jimmy is making one of their up and couple e an asian turkey burger that keeps them coming back for more. people loveash great burger. >>. ? start by dicing red peppers and tossing them into a bowl of ground turkey. >> this is a really simple
with scalions add to the ball. >> add white ground pepper. then two ounces soy sauce. mix all the ingredients make sure all the ingredients are mixed. that you are not going to be able to see the soy sauce, make sure you mix it well. >> reporter: once combined start making burger petitions. >> it's eight ounces ring so half pound. >> reporter: wrap it up for later or go right to the heat. >> ready to cook. >> reporter: drop it in a hot well oiled pan or on a hot griddle like this. >> it takes 10 minutes so it takes five minutes on each side. >> reporter: toast up the buns. good to go. a low fat option to satisfy your burger cravings. that is what is cooking, i'm
>> nancy: i'm glad you mentioned the bundle because part of the secret to a good turkey burger is the bun. >> kris: you know what a really good burger is is one sitting in front of you. still ahead red sox starting their latest road trip with the bank. the sox out on offense with a big win over the a.'s. >> nancy: tom brady talking about his plans for sitting out the pats' first
>> kris: are being on a west coast swimming taking on oakland and date off helped their offense. ramirez rips a double down the left field line. ortiz and betts score. sox take on early lead but the night belonged to travis shaw. here is one of his plate appearances. he rip as double. two doubles on the night. add in a three-run homer as
red sox win 16-2. a triple a. baseball player hitting the foulest fair ball ever. you see the ball looks like it's foul. fools the cameraman before it spins back into fair territory. he makes the easy out. runner didn't hustle did he. that is why coaches say you have to run everything out. >> nancy: planning to take time off. she told sports illustrated she may take as much as a year off from competition. biles captured four gold medal in rio. pats fan also see a sight they haven't seen in 15ee, come week 1 it's not a welcome one. tom brady will not be under
brady talked talked about what e is going to do with his time away from gillette. >> i'm sure i'll be very curious watching it at some level. s. you know, so we'll see. i'm not -- involve neff dealt with it so we'll see. >> nancy: his first game back will be october 9th in cleveland against the browns. when he says that he is curious to see how it's going to be, you know irfeel like curious is a use film for something else. >> gisele and the kids may >> have fun. >> kris: next up, rob eicher is going to have a final check of the weather forecast plus any effect we may expect to see from
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>> reporter: during the commercial break just got be an update from the national hurricane center that we've been expecting and tropical storm watch is issued for in the pinkish color. that includes the south coast, cape and the islands, a tropical storm watch means winds over 39 miles an hour are possible in the next couple of days. a warning means it's going to happen. a watch means it's possible but a breaking news. there it's tropical storm watch now issued for parts of massachusetts, south coast, cape cod, it's no longer a tropical storm officially. they're calling it a post
transitions to more like a nor'easter. winds up to 65. rikely get up to 75 for sunday, monday and tuesday and hang out just barely south of us glancing us as we head into thursday. we'll keep an eye on it this evening. >> nancy: busy day ahead for you. this is your time. thanks for watching, i'm nancy chen. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. we'll see you back here
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