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preparing for impact from hermine is churning its way up the coast. and the storm is getting stronger. >> locally a driver slams into a woman and takes morning. mother theresa's legacy living on, the pope declaring her a saint today. realtime closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning. this is 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: thank you for joining us this morning, i'm nancy chen. >> a gorgeous start to this sunday.
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tracking hermine and we could feel some of the effects today? >> a little breeze in the afternoon hours, about 300 miles off the coast of maryland, so far offshore not seeing any effects or any clouds out there. the official forecast calls for it to meander in this general direction and hang out before zipping out to sea as we head to thursday and friday. clouds will start to come back in the picture along with some breeze in the afternoon h cape and islands and warning offshore, that mean wes will get tropical storm force winds in the ocean, but a watch means it is possible we could see some of the winds on land. increase clouds becoming breezy this afternoon. might see a drop or two after dinner for the south coast and islands. most of the rest of us will wait until overnight hours, like pret dawn hours, late tonight. breezy tonight and if not downright windy tomorrow with spotty on and off showers and
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gets out of here coming up. >> nancy: breaking overnight, a woman hit on morton street in mattapan what door dr man turning himself into police hours later. he had been driving erotically when he hit the 46-year-old woman in the crosswalk. he is facing several charges including murder while under the influence of alcohol. the victim's name is not released. >> a building in destroyed by flames. officials say this 3-alarm fire started last night. the flames cost more than $700,000 worth of damage. investigators are working to figure out how it started. but no one was injured. >> nancy: to hermine we tracking the path of the storm as it makes its way to the northeast. pounding coast of the carolinas with roads washed out and water
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strongers a rob mentioned as it sends to connecticut. >> hundreds of vacationers are packing things up early. and communitys are bracing for the worst. >> reporter: the strong barreling into florida as hurricane on friday killed two people while taking out its wrath on the east coast. wind storm surge and rain flooding homes and damages homes and businesses and leaving hundreds of thousands without power. a tornado. >> it came over on my husband's phone said tornado warning, take shelter. >> reporter: wind toppling a camper over. this family made it out just in time. >> i'm in a state of shock. but all the kids are fine. >> reporter: the northeast and beach communities not fully recovered from superstorm sandy. as people fill sandbags in
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churns in the atlantic and could become a hurricane again a possibility some vacationers in ocean city maryland don't want to risk. >> we saw the damage in florida and we saw it would come up the coast. so we wanted to get out before it got really bad here. >> reporter: for jeff and his family their summer vacation is ruined. >> crazy, four little kids. trying to keep them safe. >> reporter: now he's hoping to start a 7-hour drive back tew york, and others are trying to make most of it. >> we will see if there's anything we can do here. >> reporter: states of emergency have been claired for coastal counties in new jersey and dell delaware. all in preparation for a storm that has been anything but predicteddible. again storm warnings in effect as far north as connecticut and hermine swirls up the east coast of maryland. governors on the east coast announcing emergency
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>> nancy: a lot of damage is happening south of us, we are keeping an eye on the storm as well. already impacting ferry service to the cape. and some say, it has dozens rethinking their holiday weekend plans. >> a lot of people are scrambling around. it was busy. >> reporter: for evan and his younger brother the holiday weekend on nantucket was ruined by the storm. >> i didn't want to get stuck out there. they go back to schoo be on land. >> reporter: the boys and their parents leaving the island not wanting to risk getting stuck. >> it was really hectic over there. when we were leaving. the line went down to the vineyard, sold out. >> reporter: sofs to the islands cancelled and a wait and see situation on others putting a damper on many plans. out of the three ferry companies that run from hyannis and woods
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services on sunday and monday to and from the vineyard. and steamship authority say these may have to suspends ferry services a well. service could be canceled, too, an hour by hour assessment. and people we met, better safe than sorry with the storm. >> we decided we better get out of dodge. >> better to get off the island earlier rather than later. kelly o'hara. >> nancy: stay with us as we on-lineon our 7 news app. >> alarming accident in a birthday party in billerica when a two-year-old was airlifted to hot after she fell in a fire pit. she may have sustained second degree to third degree burns but a was stable at the scene. a pedestrian struck by a car in natick, emergency crews rushing to the scene on west central street after 9:00 yesterday. there is though word on
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what happened here. sturbridge police on the hunts for this man who they say stabbed his son and his girlfriend, then ran away. police are trying to be find this man, brent young, the stabbing happened on friday, that boy underwent surgery and is in stable condition. young took off and hasn't been seen since early saturday morning. it is also believed he has a self-inflicted stab wound to his neck. >> nancy: president obama is in china for start of the g-20 summit, poseing for a for a picture together. the main goal is to find ways to strengthen sluggish global growth. and happening today, the pope officially proclaiming mother teresa a saints. he honored and official canonize the late nobel peace prize winner.
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>> to become a saint the vatican looks for evidence of two miracles requiring an investigation to prove it. political news in the race for the white house, donald trump is trying to win support from african-american voters in detroit. and this comes as polling shows the republican is closing the gap with rival hillary clinton. we explain. >> reporter: ministries church in detroit the message was clear. inside donald trump appealing directly to a black audience. with a decidedly softer and more humble tone. >> i fully understand the african-american community has suffered from kiss crime nation, and there are-- discrimination and many wrongs that must be made right. they will be made right. >> reporter: citing scripture and calling for what he calls a
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>> one that ensures the ritz to a great education, so important. and the right to live in safety and in peace and to have a really, really great job. >> if i go by what we heard in past, i would say no. but who can say? he is self-described independents say they were impressed but it may not be enough. >> he has a whole lot of work bishop wayne jock son who invited him presented wm a prayer small. -- presented him with a prepare small. >> a different donald trump on television than you see. >> reporter: this may be working for his campaign, the polls show a tightening race, reuters shows
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keeping a low profile. two public events in two weeks relying on surrogates for fund raising but face morgue fallout over her e-mail server. the fbi releasing notes from the three that have hour interview with the secretary during which she said 40 times she couldn't remember something. including being trained on how to handle classified information. the clinton strategy hoping trump will be trump. but instead the gop nominee once again, unpredictible. 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: stale helped oklahoma rocked by an earthquake. cleanup efforts in full swing. >> temperatures will be cooler than normal but will show you when it will hit 90 again. coming up. >> hermine causing trouble for sea life in florida. rescuers tried to save dolphins
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>> ryan: will life officials racing guess time trying to save five dolphins stranded in florida on saturday. they believe they were pushed away from their normal habitat because of hermine. the dolphins showed signs of
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another search for dolphins may happen today. >> nancy: good to see them helping them out. but it is a mess reaping the east coast. >> ryan: getting closer to our backyard. rob, i understand we could start to feel some of the wind effects today? >> rob: expecting it to meander in this direction. 300 miles off the coast of maryland. we are not see anything clouds and less cloud cover than we had yesterday. but mow one key difference, a center of circulation, off the coast of maryland but most of the action, the orange and yellow clouds are well removed from the center. and it looks like a typical winter storm than and tropical system which is why it is no longer a tropical storm. keeps the name but it is not tropical any more. 60 mile per hour winds and is expected to meander in this direction and gain strengths. it may be as strong as what you
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looks like a winter torm more than a hurricane. it will be like sandy in that sense but one important difference, its doesn't get anywhere close to loond. it never makes landfall and never curves over lands and stays over the ocean. in is primarily an ocean storm and will stay south of us for a couple of days before zipping to the open waters here on thursday to friday. so what does that mean for us? our primary concerns will be for beach and boating interests. high tides but high tide tonight, overnight, a little higher than normal, one to two feet higher and two to three feet higher than normal toward rhode island. we do have the tropical stormwatch for the cape and islands and south coast and a warning for the offshore waters. another hint that boating is not going to be ideal. what are we expecting in the way of winds?
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and a breeze later on today. breezy if not downright windy and worst of this will come late morning to early afternoon and we will get 40 to 50 mile per hour gusts for cape and islands in boston area. might be gusty at times on tuesday and i'm expecting by far the worst of it to come during the day tomorrow. in terms of rainfall, not expecting a drop through the day today. 9:00, but during the overnight hours, we can start to see the rain moving from south to two tomorrow morning in the boston area. the bulk comes during the day tomorrow and might see an isolated shower tuesday to wednesday and only talking maybe a half-inch at best for the boston area. and a little more for the cape and islands. current temperatures upper 60s and low 70s and we will stay close to the numbers today and tomorrow by notice as hermine gets out it gets hot.
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>> nancy: a magnitude 5.6 earthquake damaged buildings in kansas. >> ryan: the impact could be felt from illinois and parts of texas. we have a closer look. >> reporter: damage across north central oklahoma after a 5 within 6 earthquake hit early on soylt morning. >> we had an earthquake unprecedented in this area. other states. this security camera in a high school in curbing oklahoma caught the shaking on video. the epicenter was about 9 miles north pest of a town of 200 people. at least one building was affected and a dozen others or homes are either uninhabitable or heavily damaged. and at this store, a major mess
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asleep. one minor injury was reported and a home owner out of the hospital and inspectors say they didn't find any structural problems with highways and bridges as the clean up begins. we have had a lot of earthquakes over the last couple of years, and they have been single tremors, and boom, and it's gone. and you can tell in was something different. 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: coming a decades old kidnapping case. the remains of a kidnapped boy found in minnesota. >> ryan: and a ride breaks down
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>> ryan: after three decades the remains of a missing boy from mp has been found. minnesota minnesota 27 years ago. >> nancy: new evidence is raising more questions in the case. >> reporter: residents in st. joseph minnesota remembered a time when kids used to play outside into the late hours. >> we went everywhere, you had to be home for dinner and at bedtime. and you could roam anywhere. but on october 22 pd, 1989 that changed.
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disappearance rocked the town. >> life changed after that. >> reporter: sandy used to live in that neighborhood and her two children were playing outside the night he went missing and she saw his friends after they left on their fateful trip to the convenience store. >> they went to the playground with their friends and made sure that is where they were. >> things that we took for granted to their buyings to the park. >> reporter: amy was living in another town when jay could be disappeared but says it didn't matter where you lived. >> it touched america in a way that there is no such place, a safe haven any more. >> reporter: even with jacob's remains found residents say they can never go back to that time of innocence. >> i think it changed forever. i do. >> it's gone.
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requiring states to maintain sex offender registries. they are not saying if anyone is charged in the murder. >> ryan: a $5,000 lobster skrupt you are stolen. and my not police have a lead in in case.
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form of epilepsy. >> ryan: his community raised money to buy him a service dog and that k9 is on a special mission. a boy's big smile and a dog's wagging tail says it all. they are on their way to being best buddies. >> thank you everybody so much. >> reporter: that is the message missy has for her community. i'm nervous. >> reporter: nervous because it is overwhelming, hunter is non-verbal and will have to learn hand gestures to chun with his dog, wags. this is a need. he needs this dog. >> reporter: the process is more complex than a family would face what pet. wags has a special mission when it comes to hunter.
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falls and get him out of the seizure faster. a great thing. >> she's train to alert on hunter's scent, she can pick it up. it is not always going to pick it up but trained visually, so if he does go into a seizure she will go get help. she is trained to find the closest person near to her. >> reporter: emotions are not only high for the family but for the trainers as well. >> very e of emotions, i'm losing someone i work hard with. she will be helping a little boy. hunter needs her more than i do. i can replace her but hunter can't. >> ryan: wags trained with two other dogs, one went to a family in seattle and the other went to a family in michigan. >> nancy: a driver in california 9 people hurt after a man is out
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america runs on dunkin'. hermine spins her way north watching and warnings now in effect. and the system is gaining strength. nons a terrifying turn in memphis, what happened on a ride that sent 8 people to the hospital. >> ryan: a boat flips over in
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this is 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: i'm nancy chen. i'm kris answer. a watchful eye on hermine in the ocean, rob. >> rob: a close eye on hermine, i'm so excited about hermine my voice doesn't want to cooperate. 300 miles south of nantucket, so far offshore and not our weather at the moment but expecting to curve back more toward the north here, and creep back in thinks screen direction and zip out to the ocean later on this week. that means the clouds start to come back and start to get breezy later on today. tropical storm watches remain, and islands have warnings offshore and high surf advisory. in the seacoast of new hampshire, 73 this afternoon and
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rain overnight tonight and better chance of rain heading to tomorrow, breezey and more like windy, beaches for tomorrow and rest of the 7-day forecast coming up. >> nancy: a woman walking killed in a hit-and-run crash in mattapan. a man from dorchester turning himself in to police hours later. officials say this hand was driving erratically when he hit the woman in the crosswalk last night. the man is facing charges including motor vehicle home side while under the influence of alcohol. the woman's name has not been released yet. the 3 alarm fire started on walters street and firefighters put out the fire and say the flames caused more than $700,000 worth of damage. investigators are trying to figure out what sparked the fire. official says no one was injured.
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europe north leaving a mess behind and florida and carolinas, and the systems a rob mentioned is gaining strength. crisis a state of emergency in crisis crisis residents are getting the storm barreling into florida as a hurricane friday has killed two people while taking out its wrath east coast. winds, storm surge, and rain damaged homes and businesses and leaving hundreds of on hatteras island, new york it spawned a tornado. >> it came over to high husband's phone, torptsds warning, take shelter. >> reporter: this family made it out just in time. >> i'm in a state of shock. but all the kids are fine. >> reporter: and now the northeast, and beach communities not fully recovered from superstorm sandy. >> we were preparing since
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sandbags in new jersey, hermine could become a hurricane again, a possibility some vai kaegsers in ocean city maryland don't want to risk. >> we saw the damage that it was doing in florida and we saw it would come up the coast. so we wanted to get out before it got really bad here. >> reporter: for jeff and his family their sum are vacation is ruined. >> crazy, four little kids. so want to keep them safe. now he's hoping to start a 7-hour drive back to new york before the storm hits and others are trying to make the most of it. >> we will see if there is anything that we can do around here. >> reporter: states of emergency has been theired in coastal counties in new jersey and delaware. long island beaches are closed to swimmers today in preparation for a storm that has been anything but predictible. storm warnings in effect as far north as connecticut and hermine swirls off the east coast of maryland.
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preparations just in case. >> nancy: and while the weather for labor day isn't looking so great the holiday weekend is not a total loss. some people packed the sandals to make the most of the good weather while it lasts. labor day weekend is known as the last hour a of summer and saturday was the day before tropical storm hermine hits new england. and national weather service predicted threatening rip currents beepgoers favored the cool but sunny afternoon on saturday. cliff edwards brought his daughter into the water to surf. >> we did hear the surf will get bigger and bigger, and she won't be in the water that is for sure.
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into the ground. scraping against the ground. it made it hard to get it out fast. >> reporter: they visited the south shore instead of cape cod. >> i would have been down the cape but we decided what's the point if there are two days of rain. >> reporter: the surf is choppy but in the enough to keep anyone out of the water. >> we are enjoying the kids have fun. but i d limb. to enjoy myself. >> nancy: there is a tropical storm watch in effect on the cape. if you did head to the beach you want to be prepared in case storms roll through. >> a close call with hermine a big old tree crashed through this home. the 76-year-old says his ceiling caved in when the tree hit the
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and while trying to escape the veteran was shocked because treat brought down a purr line as well. his family says they are greatful he is doing okay. >> i was asleep. i woke up and it was everywhere. >> lucky don't describe what i feel. >> the family is hoping to eventually get inside to retrieve medication and other valuables but at this points they don't know if they can save the home and business. be sure to stay with us as we track the past hermine and you can see latest weather reports on on-line and on the 7 news mobile and tablet apps. >> nancy: police are searching for a robber on the run. police are asking for the public's help, identifying this woman. she trove off in a black car after robbing an atm. and a distracted driver hit a mass dot worker early on saturday morning.
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a transfer station and work vehicle with the, the worker and driver who caused the crash were taken to a nearby hospital with minor injuries. and police say someone stole in mow a sick lobster sculpture from nelson park on friday. the 150-pound sculpture was part of the lobster, public art display downtown. the artist spent a hundred hours police are investigate whog toob it but they believe two men that their 50s driving a green pickup truck are suspects. >> several people injured when an elderly driver crashed to several pedestrians in a southern california amphitheatre last night. irvine police say an elderly man hit a fence and another vehicle and ran into several pedestrians. officials say 9 people were
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the cause is under investigation. several people in tennessee are injured when a ride mall fupgss in a fair in memphis. a purity detected some sort of malfunction and ride stopped. that is when the right operator released saft restraints before the ride settled down. 8 were taken to the hospital, including the ride operator who had a panic attack. >> nancy: two men they believe were involved in a shooting in atlantic city on saturday. parking garage of a shoppingster as officers confrontsed a group of men during a suspected robbery. one suspect was shot and later died from the injuries. an officer was also shot and underwent surgery. a former prissmer shot two employees in a county jail in california. they were shot in the head and neck in the lobby. pot were veteran corrections officers of the sheriff's department in fresno and were in crit cal condition in the
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owe critical condition at the hospital. the suspected shooter has been taken into custody. >> he was involved in the 1998 rape case where gang members kidnapped and raped three victims who were twelve, thirteen and fourteen years old. >> the sheriff's office says the suspected shooter served sixteen years in prison for the previous conviction and paroled in 2014. >> secretary of state john ker rush into a deal with russia trying to end the violence in syria. he spoke in china after negotiations with the russian foreign minister and said they will meet on monday to see if they can bridge the gap. they have been in deep talks for weeks over a deal to boost cooperation in the battle against isis.
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out how to make certain both of us could be comfortable with the resolutions to the issues. so we're working on it. u.s. officials hope to reach an agreement today before the president and put pt meet tomorrow at the g-20 summit. >> new concerns over the dakota pipeline project, he it is designed to transfer barrels oil from north dakota to illinois. protesters say they worried it will affect their land and water right. >> they are water protectors, and they could lay down their lives for this. >> the project could cost an estimated $3.7 billion. >> an incredible water rescue in florida. how police managed to rescue a trapped toddler.
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we will time out the arrival of the rain coming up. >> nancy: and adorable panda twins just born. we will tell you where you can catch a glimpse of the cubs
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>> kris: here's your aw moment
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cute. christmas new more adorable additions in the atlanta zoo. birth to twins on saturday morning, congratulations. she was artificially inseminated in march. the public will be able to meet the new cubs this december or january of next year once they are ready to face the world. >> nancy: that is so cute. you can see her tiny newborns. they are so tiny. and they get really cute. >> kris: hopefully they get the fur before she go on display. a half decent beach day today, first half being the decent half. >> rob: start off with sunshine and clouds roll in but we get breezy in the afternoon hours and if you thinking about jumping in the water rip currents will be an issue.
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high tide at 2:00 this afternoon. and rip currents are usually worse shortly after the high tide, as the tide starts going out. after 3:00 we are expecting some of the worst rip currents. hermine now, 300 miles off the coast of ocean city maryland, south of nantucket. so far offshore we are not seeing any clouds at the moment but official forecast from the hurricane center calls for to it meander and possibly gaining strengths. may get as strong as what you would expect with the hurricane, and it will not technically and hurricane. shaped like a tippual winter storm than a tropical system and no longer a tropical system. gets to keep its name, like sandy in that respect. one key difference, this one does not get near land, will not make landfall.
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to thursday and try when it is kicked out to sea, finally out our hair for good. until then our primary weather maker and with winds a close eye on the possibility of a storm surge and beach erosion beginning late tonight during the high tide cycle tonight. but tonight's high tide cycle between 2 and 3 am, high tide about one to two feet higher than what you would normally expect. a tral cape and islands, high surf advisory for the seacoast and fur going boating a tropical storm warnings for the offshore waters, a hint that it won't be good for boating conditions. in terms of windses, mags sustained, the cape and islands and south coast expecting the worst of the winds to come middle of the day tomorrow and late morning to the elf afternoon hours. the worst will be tomorrow. rain not expecting a drop of it
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coast this evening. that heads north, heading back to work tomorrow, in the south coast wet in the morning hours and gradually spreading north throughout the day. north and west of worcester, hardly a drop of rain. western massachusetts, what storm, on and off period of showers heading to tuesday. temperature-wise, low 70s and we will not get a whole lot warmer than that. tomorrow afternoon with the clouds around but when they get get hot. 90 by friday. >> kris: three police officers in florida are being hailed as heroes. thoyns they rescued a two-year-old girl, she disappeared when her family's boat overturned. we have that story. >> reporter: a florida family in trouble. infrared video shows a mom and
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their capsized boat. their seven month old baby safe thisner mother's arms by their toddler is missing. >> our boat crashed. send someone now. >> reporter: three cocoa beach police officers get the call. they jump in the water and spend nearly an hour making multiple dives and search dispathly, hope for survival is fading just then... >> right up to the boat, i was looking for a her make a noise. a whimper, and i told him she is under the boat. >> reporter: the two-year-old kennedy is alive, floating in an air pocket under the boat for 45 minutes. her survival a complete shock and relief to her rescuers. >> i'm not expecting a good outcome. i'm preparing to find a two-year-old that may not be in good shape. >> reporter: instead she escaped with cuts and bruises than her parents were grateful to the
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their little girl. >> these girls are our world and you know, without one of them, we didn't know what we would do. you know? we can't thing them enough. today in new england. >> nancy: you see how grateful that father was. >> kris: hats off to them. a new clothing company trying to breakdown some of the stereo types out there. how they are spearheading a
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>> nancy: welcome back. they are not what you normally see in girls clothing in department stores. >> kris: princess awesome kims in, a company hoping to empower young girls across the country. we have this story.
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lyings airplanes like mine does. >> reporter: margaret and elizabeth, she is also an er doctor. when she spotted an ad for priss ses awesome in her facebook feed away was intrigued. we decided to ordinary some. it is the brain child of rebecking a e-va, two d.c. area moms who are were frustrated by the limited girls. there are so many things that girls are interested in that don't appear. they made their first batch of dresses three years ago and when she sold out again and again they decided to launch a kick starter campaign and a year and a half later their werz offers dresss with dinosaurance pirates and rocketships and cars and
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driven or flown. you can hunt for ninjas and they are not just cute, erin says they send a powerful message to girls. it is okay and great to be interested in math and science and you can wear a tutu and love airplanes. >> reporter: rebecca says many customers noticed the dresses change the conversations a cults start with their daughters. instead of you look c hear instead, are those rockets, do you want to be an astronaut? erin has seen that with margaret. >> a conversation with her more centered around numbers and how smart she is ralgts than how cute she is. >> reporter: ultimately it is about giving girls more choices. if we can teach them they can do whatever they want and it is okay to wear clothes you want and all that changes start from
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that is fantastic. >> reporter: a result that exceeded the wildest dreams of princess awesome. >> seeing the girls, and hearing from parents that they will stand in front the dryer and wait for them to cut out to put them on, that's an amazing feeling. 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: that is a great message! we are moved beyond the days when girls only got barbies and it is nice to see it christmas i will get you that magic wand, and mine was like no, dad. >> nancy: one of the tallest buildings out west.
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>> nancy: keeping an eye on hermine as it leaves more damage behind, including a tornado in new york. >> kris: a long time miss tree solved. a boy missing for almost 30 years, remains have been found. another big milestoneor realtime closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning. this is 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: a boston woman who was walking was killed in a hit-and-run crash on morton street in mattapan with a dorchester man turning himself into police. he hit the 46-year-old woman in the crosswalk last night. he is facing several charges, including motor vehicle homicide
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alcohol. >> kris: a building in roslindale destroyed by a fire. this three-alarm fire broke out on walters street. firefighters put out the flaums and say the fire caused more than $700,000 worth of damage. good news here thorks one was hurt. but investigators are still working to figure out how the fire started. >> nancy: thank you for joining us, i'm nancy chen. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. all eyes on not a hurricane or tropical storm any more but we have the latest satellite images. the storm is just drifting out off the coast. but what it may do next what is people here are most concerned with. we want to get to rob with the latest on where the storm is projected to hit. >> rob: it may reand der back in this direction. 3 hundred miles east of maryland and so far offshore hardly a
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northeastern united states but the official forecast calls for to it drift back in this direction and gaining strengths in terms of its wind speeds. hanging out south of us and zip out to the atlantic heading to thursday and friday. our main weather maker for a couple of days. tropical storm watch during effect for the cape and islands. the watch means we could see tropical storm force winds, a warning means it will happen. we are expecting them to happen offshore. keep that in mind you f you have boating plans. hermine plans to meander back and breezy this afternoon. staying dry through the daytime hours but after dinner time a spotty shower on the south coast and showers continue to creep north in the overnight hours. windy and breezy tomorrow and on and off periods of showers. we will talk more about the rest of the 7-day forecast in a few minutes. >> nancy: we do continue to keep an eye on the storm. and we also getting a look at more damage left behind.
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carolina where the storm spawned a tornado. and take a look here from norfolk, virginia several vehicles submerged as flash flooding turns road into lakes. the storm is quiet for now it is expected restrentsds enlater on today. >> kris: several areas under that tropical storm warning and bracing for possible impact. >> storm barreling into florida as a hurricane on friday killed two people while taking out its winds storm surge and rain flooding roads and damaging homes and businesses and leaving hundreds and thousands without power. on hat rather island it spawned a tornado. >> it came on my husband's phone, torpds warning, take shelter. its winds toppling the camper over. >> i'm in a state of shock right now. but all the kids are fine. >> reporter: a new targets
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not fully recovered from superstorm sandy. we have been preparing since tuesday. >> reporter: and people fill sandbags in seaside new jersey hermine churns in the atlantic and could become a hurricane again, the possibility some vacationers in ocean city maryland don't want to risk. >> we saw the damage that it was doing in florida. and we saw it would come up the coast. so we wanted to get out before it got really bad here. >> reporter: for jeff and his family, their summer vacation i >> crazy, four its kids. so, want to keep them safe. >> reporter: how he's hoping to start 7-hour drive back to new york before the storm hit. while others are trying to make the most of it. weather the storm and see if there is anything that we can do here. states of emergency are declared for coastal counties in new jersey and delaware and long island beaches are closed to swimmers because of rip tides in preparation for a torm that has
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effect as far north as connecticut and hermine swirls off the east coast. governors have announced emergency preparations just in case. and here in massachusetts, the south coast and called than and islands are under a tropical storm watch as they prepare for hermine, the storm already having an impact on ferry service. our team 7 coverage condition kelly o'hara. >> a lots of people scrambling younger brother, their holiday weekend on nantucket was ruined by the storm. >> i didn't want to get stuck out there. i wanted to be on land. >> boys and parents leaving early this labor day weekend not wanting to risk getting stuck. >> it was hectic over there when we were leaving. the line went down, the vineyard sold out. >> reporter: service on the
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ferries and wait and see situation on others, putting a damper on many holiday plans. the island queen and high line cancels services on sunday and midto and from the vineyard and steamship north saying they may suspends their service as well. service could be san selled but it will be an hour by hour assessment but the people say it is better safe than sorry with the storm. >> we decided w >> better to get off the island earlier rather than later. >> make sure you stay with us as we track the path of the storm. you can see the latest weather reports on-line and on our app. >> kris: an alarming accident in a birthday party in billerica. a two-year-old fell into a fire pit on saturday. people at the party rushed in
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respondsers arrive have had. she may have sus stained second to third degree burns but was in stable condition at the scene. a pedestrian hit by a car in natick. right now there is no word on the victim's injuries. authorities are investigating what happened here. and sturbridge police on the hunt for this man who they say stabbed his own sun and his son's girlfriend and ran away. police are looking for the 42-year-old brent young. he is in stable condition. officers say young took off and hasn't benzene, it is believed he has a self-inflicted stab wound on his neck as well. noise a mystery in minnesota, the remains of a young boy who was missing for nearly three decades has been found. jacob wetterling was abducted in
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ago, his death captured national headlines and new evidence is raising more questions. residents stopping by the st. vo meat market in minnesota remembered a time when kids would play outside into the late hours. >> you knew howed to be home for dinner and at bedtime and you could roam anywhere. on october 22nd, 1989 that changed. took away an innocence. 11-year-old jacob wetterling's headlines. >> life changed after that. pretty much. sandy used to live in jacob's neighborhood and says her two children were playing outside the night he went missing and saw his friends after they left on their fateful trip to the convenience store. >> they had to stay in the hospital, and he went into the playground, and made sure that is where they were. >> everyday things that we took
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another town with her children when jay could be disappeared but she says it didn't matter where you lived. >> i touched america in a way, no place is a safe haven any more. >> reporter: even with his remains found resident says they can never go back to the time of innocence. >> i think it changed forever. i do. it's gone. >> reporter: it led to the federal law requiring states to registryance investigators are not saying if think one has been charged in his murder mp >> kris: turning our attention to the race for the white house, donald trump campaigns in detroit on saturday. the presidential nominee attend a church service. and spoke to the crowd. his message to dust l cussed on fixing economic hardships facing the black communities. >> we are here to learn so we can remedy in justice any any
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remedy kmrks, so that the african-american community can benefit economically. >> kris: he he said the country needs a civil rights a jen da to ensure a better education and good jobs for minority groups on faced discrimination. and tim kaine is scheduled to speak in north carolina, on tuesday. he is expected to talk about national security, highl temperament to serve as commandner chief. >> nancy: the pope officially proclaiming mother teresa a saint. she will be officially canonize the late nobel peace prize winner. she will now be known as saint teresa of calcutta.
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the vatican looks for evidence of two miracles and requires investigation to prove it. >> kris: another hit parade for the red sox out west. their bats are red hot. the first two big league hits as boston rolls back into first place. her main haunting our holiday. that we are expecting in terms
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dear fellow citizen, i know what it's like to live a full life. but living for today doesn't mean forgetting about tomorrow. most people spend more time planning their vacation than they do for retirement. but i like to think of retirement like it's a 30-year vacation. so how are you going to get there? don't worry. it just takes some planning. and i can help. so if you have a question about retirement, ask me. sincerely, bernard tynes
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>> nancy: the building stands 11 hundred feet above the city streets, the project towers over the next tallest building, by more than 90 feet. project managers say it will be part of a massive center with a this tell office complex and shopping mall expected t the poor guy out there with a tape measure. measuring. >> nancy: who can have the tallest building. bragging right. >> rob: i thought it was cheating when you put a gigantic tower, i could do that to my roof and make it the tallest in the world. about 300 miles south of us, the
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east of maryland, that is the center but looking at the cloud pattern you can tell this couldn't look like a tropical storm or hurricane, it looks more like a typical winter storm. no longer technically a tropical storm but it keeps the name. we are calling it hermine. le and over the next 24 hours it will meander in this direction. hardly a cloud in the sky t northeastern united states but next 24 hours it will drift back this way getting strengths. lit be almost as strong as what you can expect with the hurricane but we won't call it a hurricane. it will be like sandy and it has that identity crisis but one important difference between in one and sandy it does not make landfall and does not curve into land and curves in the other direction, hangs out south of us and kicks out to the atlantic heading to thursday and friday.
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pulls away and in is a ocean storm and that means our concerns are for beach and poeting, and high tide between 2 and 3 am, and two feet higher for most of the massachusetts beaches and two to three feet higher for the rhode island beaches. a storm surge, that also has promptsed a high surf advisory for new hampshire seacoast. a tropical stormwatch, meaning tropical storm force winds are possible in the next couple day ofs. and should feel a breeze later on today with gusts about 30 to 40, for the cape and islands by dinner time. worst sured come late morning to early afternoon tomorrow and we could see gusts to around 40 in post-and as high as 50 for the cape and islands. maybe a bit gusty on tuesday and again the worst will be tomorrow. in terms of rainfall, not expecting a drop today, might see a little by tomorrow
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and a few showers heading to tuesday and maybe even early wednesday. all that added up and talked about four tenths of an inch as we head to the cape and islands. this is not a drought buster. low 70s out there currently won't get a whole lot warmer than that today. or tomorrow or tuesday. but as the clouds start to pull away and skies start to clear up it gets hot. 80s for thursday and near 90 on friday. >> kris: secd for the sox and a's in oakland and former supertar jose con cake owe, remember throwing out the first pitch. conseco. mookie doing pretty good. the second player to reach 30 homers and a hundred r.b.i.'s at the age of 24. since some guy named ted
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tied with toronto on top of the al east. >> nancy: coming up on the news station, several states in the midwest picking up pieces. and we'll have the latest. >> kris: and a florida veteran surviving a close call when hermine hits. four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool,
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he ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few.
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>> nancy: officials in minnesota are telling people to turn down 30 disposeal wells. industries dispose of solid waste by injecting it into the ground >> we have had a lot of earthquakes in the last couple of years and they have been single tremors. and you know, the boom and it's gone. and right away you can tell in was something different. thoyns one minor injury was reported during the quake. a homeowner who is now out of the hospital. >> kris: more than two dozen people rescued from a sinking fishing poet off the coast of mexico.
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it hit rocks. a cording to the coast guard a commercial fishing bet was in the area and rescued 21 passengerance five crew members on board. no one was hurt. a disabled veteran with a close call when its came to hermine, a hurricane at the time, the storm sent a big old tree crashing through a florida home. he says the ceiling cave have had in and the tree hit the house leaving him bruised and cut, and that veteran was shocked because the down a purr line as well. his family says they are grateful he's alive. the family members are hoping he eventually gets inside to retrieve medication along with other valuables. >> nancy: up next, republican vice president nopt knee mike pence, one of the guests on "meet the press" this week. we will preview the show after the break. >> kris: and rob will have a final look at how hermine could
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good morning. >> coming up the election is 65 grueling days away and there is still confusion been donald trump and deportation, this morning i tried to pin down his raining mate on what he plans to do. and hillary clinton's former rival bernie sanders hits the campaign trial on his behalf. the vermont senator will join me live, ail coming up on "meet the press". tracker has been hermine. >> kris: rob has been glued to the forecast. >> rob: we are expecting clouds to come back in the picture and most of the day will be dry. envoy. we will notice a little breeze later on today and we will get rough in the surf and if you do decide to swim, swim near alive guard. showers rolling in and continuing off and on tomorrow. labor day will not be a washout.
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highs near 90. >> that is are reminuter that summer is not over yet. that will do it for us on this sunday morning. i'm nancy chen.
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this sunday, 6 five days to election day and we're no clearer about donald trump and deportation. is he purposely not committing to a policy or does he really not have one. >> we did discuss the wall. wall. >> this morning i try to pin down dond trump's running mate, mike pence on what is trump presidency would do. >> donald trump has been completely restricted. >> its just more evidence and hillary clinton is the most d dishonest candidate. >> my sit down with mike pence, also, you say you want a revolution. >> we need a political

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