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>> christa: breaking news. police investigating a murder in methuen. fast woman found unresponsive, they are saying this does not appear to be random. let's get the breaking details now. steve cooper has more. >> reporter: the crime scene here in methuen being sealed off right now. you see the yellow police tape blocking the road. then beyond that, you see homicide detectives have gathered here. they have been here for hours now. they are waiting to execute a search warrant in a townhouse here where this all happened. but as you can imagine, at this hour, neighbors are
to this morning. >> it is very sad. i feel for the family. my heart goes out to them. >> reporter: with yellow police tape wrapped around the home here in methuen, shaken neighbors can only look on in disbelief after police say a woman in her late 20's was murdered overnight. >> i have met the girl a couple of times. but you know, just walking by, saying hi. it's very sad. it is too close to home. >> reporter: police were called to the townhouse sometime before 6:00 a.m. a well-being check and found the injured woman who was rushed to the hospital and pronounced dead a short time later. investigators sealed offer the crime scene for hours, leaving neighbors to wonder who did it. >> right now i don't know who did it. so i don't have anything to fear right now. >> reporter: the victim may have been strangled, sources say. neighbors tell us they used to see her playing outside all the time with her son. >> i know she had a little
i had seen a guy there before. i never really talked to them. >> reporter: police are looking for clues while neighbors are anxious for answers. >> it is very tragic. didn't have to happen. that's very sad. >> reporter: and again, another live look at the crime scene here along tutor street which remains shut down. more homicide detectives continue to arrive on the scene. they are hoping to get inside that apartment there shortly again. waiting to execute a search warrant. the district attorney investigation. they don't believe this is a random act of violence. but at this hour, there have been no arrests made in connection with this early-morning homicide. we are live in methuen this afternoon, steve cooper, 7 news. >> christa: breaking news in tennessee. four adults and six children in memphis were all killed after a fire broke out inside their home early this morning. right now, it is unclear exactly what time the fire started or if the home had a working smoke detector.
exactly what caused it. >> sarah: turning now to your forecast. a live look over the city. cool start to the day. we are starting to climb. a lot of sunshine today. let's send it over to chris lambert. with more on your forecast. >> chris: sar remarks that sunshine getting to work. we have come a long way away from this cold start this morning. a lot of suburbs down lower to middle 40's. if you left the windows open, let some fresh air in, awfully cool inside the house this morning. you have added about 35 degrees in norwood since the morning low. 73 right now. 68 in boston. we will be slightly cooler this afternoon. along the coastline. thanks to the ocean breeze kicking. in not a huge difference. i think inland, closer to 77. we will hold 70-72 at the immediate coastline. up and down, new england. nothing but sunshine. so sun-filled skies prevailing this afternoon. you can see the breakdown here. the warmest temperatures just away from the coastline. merrimack valley into the
holding in the low 70's across the cape. we will warm it up over the next couple of days. we will cool it back down to end the week. forecast ahead. >> christa: patriots upsetting the cardinals in the season opener last night. jimmy garoppolo off to a winning start. the fill-in quarterback coming up big when it mattered. the pats led all the way to the fourth quarter. then they retook the lead in the final minutes. >> sarah: a missed field goal by arizona sealing this win. trey daerr has more now from this story line. i can assure you, there is nothing higher on my list than the story line tomorrow. >> reporter: bill belichick makes jokes, but jimmy g is the primary reason the pats are 1-0. >> they are a very talented defense. that was a good group of players out there. you know, they gave us all we could handle tonight. you know, it was a good test for us. you know, whoever is out there, you know, we have confidence in one another. you know, that is a good thing
>> reporter: garoppolo settled into a rhythm early, proving no stage too big, engineering a fourth-quarter comeback in his first start. >> it was good to see him come out here and do what he has been doing. >> first game of the season. you are coming into a tough environment like this. it's good to see everyone responding. >> reporter: when everyone counted him out, the patriots answered the only way they know how. the football world doubted new england. the guys making the plays never had a lapse in focus. >> you guys. we just worry about what we can control. and that is going out there and having a good week in practice. and you know, it was good to see you guys come up and do that. to see it transition from the practice field to the game. that is why you work so hard. >> reporter: keep in mind, it was not supposed to turn out like this for the new england patriots. the arizona cardinals, one of the four best teams in
environment. shorthanded in a lot of ways. now should be a lot more comfortable for jimmy garoppolo and the rest of the team. the next three games, all at home before they get back tom brady. in phoenix, arizona, trey daerr, 7 news. >> christa: tom brady made sure to publicly congratulate his teammates on last night's big win. brady posting this image on facebook. following the victory. a fake newspaper that features the headline, pats anger birds. it shows bennett and highto s stadium where the cardinals play. >> sarah: fans breathe a sigh of relief. even though it will be a bit before brady gets back on the field, the team is in good hands. >> reporter: sarah, mondays are always a little bit better after a patriots win. but especially after the way jimmy garoppolo did his job. >> get ready: here it comes.
>> reporter: no brady, no gronk. no problem. pats fans feeling good, kicking off the first game of the season with a win. >> the football gods gave something. with a missed field goal. >> i was absolutely thrilled wit. a lot of doubts going in. watching the preseason. last night was just thrilling. pats nation pleased with what their undermanned team was able to do jimmy garoppolo making a great first impression in his first n.f.l. start. >> i thought he did a good job. it is his first game. >> he played excellent. i thought he had command of what was going on. report t performance solidifying fans' confidence in the team. so tb 12 can return in week five. >> boy, coming out and watching him move and look downfield and throw, and being on target, it was special.
around brady. the train keeps rolling. it's awesome. >> reporter: so the jets, the bills, the dolphins, they all lost on sunday. how does first place sound with the next three games right here at gillette? john cuoco, 7 news. >> sarah: more attention on the national anthem during many of the n.f.l. games. there were two different scenes on the patriots sidelines. danny amendola helping hold the american flag draped across the field. meanwhile, his teammates bennett and anthem. other teams linked arms to show solidarity like the seahawks. >> we love this country, but it doesn't mean we can't improve it. i think as national football players, we have a platform. just like many of us have different charities and do things in the community, this is part of this. >> sarah: the protest began in the preseason when 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick refused to stand during the national anthem. protesting police brutality
>> christa: we have more news now: vandals targeting an islamic center up in new hampshire. a brick thrown through a window here in nashua. and now leaders there are looking for answers. here is jennifer eagan with the latest. >> reporter: window at the islamic society of greater nashua shattered. worshipers here say someone threw three rocks at the window last night around 8:00. just as people were gathering for prayer. >> two of them broke the first pane. the first panel. then finally, one came through. someone said that they just... the president of the islamic society believes they were targeted because sunday was the anniversary of the terrorist attacks on 9-11. >> we understand 9-11. i have... i'm a u.s. citizen. i'm as much devastated for that reason.
he called 911. he says police responded two hours later. >> police finally came. they had a stabbing and other things that they had. it was too late. slow to respond. >> reporter: now an investigation is under way. worshipers here say this has left them feeling uneasy. >> we have >> sarah: a man accused of stabbing a new hampshire woman to death is now facing murder charges. the 37-year-old richard moore will be in court today. police arrested moore late friday night in manchester and charged him with second-degree murder. police say the woman ago allowed moore, a registered sex a fender, to rent a room in her home to help pay the
day weekend and stabbed her to death. neighbors say he then called the police on himself and waited at the end of the driveway for officers to arrive. two teens are facing a judge after police say they stabbed a livery driver in chelsea. this happened on congress avenue sunday night. investigators say the suspect stabbed the 57-year-old man in the neck with a box cutter. after they refused to pay him for giving them a ride. it is driver was seriously injured. >> christa: a health care for... scare for hillary clinton. the democratic nominee calling off a west coast trip after getting sick at the 9-11 memorial in new york city. so her cane announced that she has been diagnosed with pneumonia. more questions are being raced about her health in general. here is kris anderson with more. >> kris: understandably, a lot of concern. hillary clinton says she is feeling much better now. she is, however, temporarily off of the campaign trail and resting at home after she
this is the latest health scare for clinton. and now some republicans are questioning her ability run the country. hillary clinton abruptly leaving the 9-11 memorial. video showing clinton unsteady and clearly needing support from staffers to get into her van. the media given a short statement from the campaign saying she felt overheated. and left for her daughter chill see's apartment in manhattan a few miles away. as the press gathered outside, clinton emerged an hour later alone and smiling. >> it is a beautiful day in >> reporter: the former secretary of state telling reporters she felt much better. >> are you feeling better? >> yes. thank you very much. hours later, the campaign put out a statement saying clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia on friday, was treated with antibiotics , and that today clinton was dehydrated. this latest scare comes on the heels of a coughing fit on labor day. doctors pointed to seasonal allergies at the time. according to a medical report, 15 months ago, her most
she became dehydrated, fainted, and sustained a concussion. she was hospitalized with a blood clot. a month later, she wore special glasses while testifying about benghazi. donald trump has been using all of that, trying to make a case clinton is hiding a serious health problem. >> she also lacks the mental and physical stamina to take on isis. >> reporter: after this latest issue, trump is not saying much. >> her health incident this morning? >> don't know anything about it. >> reporter: hillarynt scheduled for tonight in san francisco. though an aide says she does plan on phone in to talk to supporters. donald trump, meantime, did say he is hoping his rival will "get well soon" and he wants to see her back on the campaign trail and at their first debate which, by the way, is set for september 26. live here in the control room, kris anderson, 7 news. >> sarah: coming up at noon, back to school got a whole lot better for a little boy in
at today's assembly. >> christa: the winner of the multimillion-dollar powerball jackpot in new hampshire making a major announcement about what they plan to do with some of the money, chris. krzyzewski... >> chris: perfection out there. that will continue for the next couple of days. >> sarah: tense moments on the gridiron. caught on camera: arrests go
>> christa: definitely started out cool this morning. now i'm rethinking the long sleeves. too late to go back now. >> sarah:s to day. it is cold in here. we are in the studio. >> chris: a.c. on full blast now. cold in the morning. you have to dress in layers this time of year. 68 in boston right now. east to southeasterly breeze at 11 miles per hour. get away from the coastline. very enjoyable. lower 70's from bed to norwood. you guys are the coldest spots this morning. in fact, norwood, 39, 40 degrees. int it was a cool start. in fact, some of the coolest location that is we have had, weather-whyes... wise, since may. we didn't get a whole lot of cool weather in july and august. you know that. fall is around the corner. starring to feel that way. on-shore breezes f. we will hold in the lower 70's. meantime, we will continue to climb into the upper 7's. away from the coast. almost looks like i'm showing you a blank map. >> you look far enough south and far enough to the north,
the bottom line is this is very quiet across new england. high pressure anchors on in. a little suppressing in terms of any cloud cover out there. as you get sinking air. we will continue to have a nice atmosphere in place. over the next couple of days. high pressure sliding offer to the east of us. winds go southwest tomorrow. we will be a little bit warmer in the afternoon. closer to 80 degrees. then i think mid-80's is a good bet on wednesday. although this front you see on wednesday is knocking on our door-step by the afternoon. and in the day, more likely in the evening hours, we will have a couple of scattered showers and storms in here. if you have a tee time plan on wednesday, the bulk of the day will be dry. 73-77, the low humidity. sunshine and comfortable weather. tonight, we will back down into the cellar in terms of temperatures fading fast. into the 40's. in a lot of suburbs. this time of year, you get a dry air mass in place. you get the longer nights.
we will see that tomorrow. suburbs going from the lower to middle 40's in the morning. all the way back into the low 80's in the afternoon. it will be a warm finish out there. tropics are active. the latest tropical storm way out in the atlantic here. it will stay out in the atlantic. it is moving off to the north over the next couple of days. hey, it is the height of hurricane season. going to have tropical activity out there at some point, right? the 7 on 7 forecast. taking you through the week. yes, we warm it up on wednesday. fall crisp air mass by >> christa: just ahead, a school assembly with a very special guest. how a dad who has been serving overseas surprises a little boy in north andover. >> sarah: beyonce says if you like it, you better put a ring on it. one of her fans did just that
of the time. she takes millions from wall street and big drug companies, and then votes to put their agenda before everyday families. higher drug prices and cutbacks to our medicare. so, think about it: new hampshire can choose the special interests' senator with kelly ayotte... or a people's senator, for a change. i'm maggie hassan
>> christa: a soldier's surprise in methuen. a military father surprising his wife and son during a school assembly. they had no idea he would be there. >> sarah: he had a little help for the happy homecoming. victoria warren has more on the story. >> reporter: 7-year-old kaden all smiles for what he thought was a spirit day assembly. then he gets asked to hold the flag and then... >> daddy! daddy!
>> reporter: sergeant jason chen home from kuwait. he thought he would plan a quiet surprise. he reached out to the school's principal. >> i wanted just to... you know, a five-minute in and out of the classroom. i didn't want to disrupt the school or the class at all. >> reporter: after a year of the kids and the sergeant writing letters back and forth, this north andover school wanted something more. >> we thought it was important to have an assembly >> just seeing him. just seeing a smile after so long. you know, it's just overwhelming. >> reporter: his dad reading a story to his second-grade class and then leaving with his son and wife to surprise kaden's three-year-old sister.
sacrifices that military families make. it is all worth it in the long run. >> how do you feel right now? >> happy. >> reporter: the first deployment since kaden and his sister were born. he is not sure how long he is going to be home. but he says he plans to enjoy every minute of it. in north andover, victoria warren, 7 news. >> sarah: coming up next, claiming a big prize. a new hampshire powerball womener cashing in. also giving back. details on that. >> christa: also ahead, a case of cat-fishing. this one involves the actual fish. and it put a woman in some
reporters was explaining that if you don't sign the ticket, you can remain anonymous. >> you do sign it, it becomes public. yeah. >> sarah: don't sign it. >> christa: i thought that was interesting. if you wanto >> sarah: the call for police to investigate an incident at a new hampshire mosque. members saying it's a hate crime. >> chris: can't find a cloud in the sky. tons of sunshine the next couple of days. cool overnights. warm afternoons. the forecast ahead. >> christa: the massachusetts city that is home to the worst drivers in the country.
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>> christa: breaking news here at 12:30 on your monday. a woman found unresponsive in a home in methuen has now died. and police are investigating this as a murder. and they are saying this does not appear to be random. >> sarah: we want to get right out to the scene. steve cooper is there with the breaking details. off at this hour. that yellow police crime tape. you can see beyond that,el is investigators from methuen police and also now state troopers assigned to the district attorney's office all here on the scene. they are waiting to execute a search warrant. in a townhouse here at number five tutor street. as you can imagine, this has been a very difficult morning for neighbors shaken by what's happened here. >> it's very sad. i feel for the family.
>> reporter: with yellow police tape wrapped around the home here in methuen, shaken neighbors only look on in disbelief after police say a woman in her late 20's was murdered overnight. >> i met the girl a couple of times. but you know, just walking by saying hi. and it's very sad. it's too close to home. >> reporter: police were called to the townhouse sometime before 6:00 a.m. for a well-being check and found the injured woman who was rushed to the hospital and pronounced dead a short time later. investigators sealed off the crime sc neighbors to wonder who did it. >> right now, i don't know who did it. i don't have anything to fear right now. >> reporter: sources say the victim may have been strangled. neighbors tell us they used to seal her playing outside all the time with her son. >> i know she had a little one. i have seen a guy there before. i didn't know if he lived there or not.
are anxious for answers. >> it's very tragic. didn't have to happen. that's very sad. >> reporter: back live, you can see state troopers assigned to the d.a.'s office now going inside the crime scene there here at the this hour. after executing a search warrant that they have been waiting for. the district attorney says this is obviously an active investigation right now. but again, does not appear to be a random act of violence. but at this hour, sources are telling us so far there are no arrests as they continue to ec we are live in methuen this afternoon, steve cooper, 7 news. >> christa: breaking news in tennessee. four adults and six children in memphis were killed after a fire tore through their home early this morning. right now, it is unclear exactly what time the fire started or if the home even had a working smoke detector. right now, investigators are working to figure out what
>> chris: sarah, a little sunshine goes a long way this time of year. a dry air mass in place. you can quickly bounce off those morning lows. we saw. that a lot of the suburbs. into the 770's now. after starting off in the low 40's. look at the dew point levels. upper 30's to mid-40's. very dry air mass in place. low relative humidity this afternoon. we are kvrtable today. you know, sky full of sunshine. clear skies tonight. clear skies tomorrow. anr look at the rebound in temperatures. into the low 8's. the wind changes direction. goes out of the southwest. warms us back up. with this increased warmth on wednesday. we are also increasing the humidity. by late wednesday and more likely wednesday evening, the next cold front comes on through with some scattered showers and storms. right back to that fresh fall-like feel to the air on thursday.
>> and the kick is no good. >> sarah: off target. a missed field goal seals a big win for the patriots. in their season opener. a victory on the road for jimmy g and the team's first game without tom brady. >> christa: trey daerr has the latest out of arizona. >> i'm really concerned about the story line. there is really nothing higher on my list than the story line tomorrow. >> reporter: bill belichick can make jokes about money highing the impact of jimmy garoppolo's performance, but jimmy g is the primary the pats are 1-0. 36 they are a very talented defense. that is a good group of players out there. they gave us all we could handle tonight. you know, it was a good test for us. you know, whoever is out there, you know, we have confidence in one another. you know, that is a good thing we have going for us. >> reporter: garoppolo settled in early, proving no stage too big and engineering a fourth-quarter comeback in his first career start. >> you have that cool demeanor. it was good to see him come
>> first game of the season. coming to a tough environment like. this it is good to see everyone responding. >> reporter: the patriots answered the only way they know how when everyone counted them out. the football world doubted new england. the guys making the plays never had a lapse in focus. >> well, i mean, that is all on you guys. you guys think we are underdogs. we worry about what we can control. and that is go out there and having a good week in practice. you know, it was good to see you guys come up and the practice field to the game. that is why you work so hard. >> reporter: keep in mind, it was not supposed to turn out like this for the new england patriots. the arizona cardinals, one of the four best teams in football just one year ago. going on the road, hostile environment, shorthanded in a lot of ways. now it should be more comfortable for jimmy garoppolo and the rest of the team. the next three games all at home before they get back tom brady.
>> sarah: a big win last night for the patriots. pats fans are feeling good. starting the season off with the win. >> i was absolutely thrilled with it. a lot of doubts going in. watching the preseason. but last night was just thrilling. >> sarah: many fans are saying they are very happy with the jimmy garoppolo's performance and feel confident with him leading the team until brady comes back. >> christa: lots of eyes on the national anthem after weeks of controversy across the n.f.l. two patriots, bennett and devin mccourty raising their fists last night when the anthem was finished. this protest was started by colin kaepernick. more on what bennett and mccourty had to say after the game. ? oh, say can you see ? >> reporter: two contrasting images from the national anthem before sunday night's showdown between the pats and cardinals. danny amendola helping to hold
and martellus bennett and kevin mccourty raising their fists when the anthem finished. >> we love this country, but it doesn't mean we can't improve it. i think as national football players, we have a platform and just like many of us have different charities and do different things in the community, this is a part of it. so just proud to be part of it. >> reporter: there were other demonstrations across the league. bennett's brother michael and all 53 seahawks players stood with their arms locked in >> my brother, the seahawks,... i actually wrote the press release for them. i did. (laughter) >> reporter: the n.f.l. commissioner roger goodell addressing the demonstrations monday morning on the today show. >> listen, i support our players speaking out on on issues that they think need to be changed in our society.
>> reporter: the controversy started in the preseason, when quarterback colin kaepernick refused to stand during the anthem. protesting what he called police brutality and racial injustice. the move drew both outrage and admiration. some kaepernick jerseys were burned. others became best-sellers. >> i think when our players speak out and they feel strongly and passionate about something, it is a good thing for us. said sunday did take on a different atmosphere. >> it was 9-11. with the history of this 15 years ago and where we were at that time and everyone was affected, we all were, at that period of time. we still... it lingers over us. >> reporter: devin mccourty who comes from a military family says this is an issue that needs to stay at the forefront for n.f.l. players and not just on sundays.
>> sarah: more news today: a mosque in new hampshire asking police to investigate an incident they call a hate crime. the muslim civil rights group says someone threw rocks through windows at the mosque in nashua while people were worshipping inside. it happened sunday evening, the 15th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks. >> we understand 9-11. i'm a u.s. citizen. i'm as much devastated for that reason. but this is really, you know, ig nons norns. that is main thing that caused this to happen. >> sarah: right now police do not have any suspects. new details on a regatta that turned deadly over the weekend. it is not the first time there has been a fatality in the taunton race. the "globe" reports this is the second time someone has died during the bill giles memorial regatta. 39-year-old mark green died when he and two other men were racing their speed boats on watson pond this weekend. one lost control causing a
rescue boats were quick to respond and pulled all three drivers out of the water. >> christa: one hundred boston police officers will start wearing body cameras beginning today. this comes after a court battle and a judge's ruling late last week. when no one volunteered for the pilot program, the police collisioner... commissioner announced officers would be chosen to take part. >> sarah: chaos at an off-campus college party in connecticut down. 30 people are recovering. the whole thing happening not far from trinity college. kris anderson joining us now with more on this story. >> kris: very scary moments here. the good news is nobody was seriously injured. during that accident. it is a big relief for all the people who are there. three decks falling right on top of each other. it happened at that connecticut house party. >> we were getting reports that people scattered. and it was debris on top of
>> reporter: harrowing moments after three decks collapsed. one on top of the other at this college in hartford, connecticut. the third deck fell from there. students attending a house party tried to pull one another from the debris. cups with beer strewn everywhere. as all the people toppled from the weight. even people standing on the ground got hurt. >> i mean, those are heavy old decks that came down. at this point, the third floor, a o structurally not very sound. you get 60 kids out there. report tt collapse is reminiscent of the deadly collapse near uc-berkeley, california last june. six people were killed in that incident. in this case, mostly minor injuries. a broken arm, a concussion. investigators and the mayor say it is a miracle no one was killed in the accident. >> when i saw where the accident occurred, the thought that went through my mind is thank god this wasn't worse. and thank god no lives were
>> kris: very fortunate that no one was killed. the mayor is still working to figure out when that building was last inspected. kris anderson, 7 news. >> christa: police in colorado continuing to investigate after a deadly bus crash involving a high school football team in denver. investigators say the driver was killed when she slammed the bus into a concrete pillar. this happened at an airport on sunday. two people are now in critical condition. 15 others suffered minor injuries. but still no word on the exact cause of the crash. plane crashed near reno. that plane slamming into a number of cars. shortly after taking off sunday night. no one on the ground, though, was injured. and the cause there remains under investigation. >> sarah: caught on camera: fast junior college football player in california facing charges after he punched a referee. it happened during a game saturday. the ref stepped in to try break up a fight. but one player took a swing at him, knocking him to the
the player was immediately ejected and police later arrested him. for the third year in a row now, massachusetts drivers have been voted the worst in the nation in one survey. auto insurer allstate's annual best drivers report ranked drivers in 200 of the country's most populated cities. boston named the worst of the worst. worcester comes in second. baltimore, washington, d.c. and springfield made the top five. a boston driver is 167% than the national average. great. a reason for my nerves. >> christa: yikes. okay. well, just ahead on 7, look out below. a falling fish knocking a woman to the ground. we will let you know where it came from. >> sarah: some olympic gold medalists proving they are not only stars in their sport. see who lip-sinned
we get these low humidity air masses combined with the longer overhigh ins. you can cool down. we saw that this morning. many suburbs started off in the low to mid-40's. some of the coolest starts to the day we have had in the last few months. 68 now in boston. 74 in new bedford. 71 in beverly. there will be a cooling sea breeze at the coast through the afternoon. you can see that already in boston. at 12 miles an hour. although you work your way inland. and the wind is out of the northwest. at 6-8 miles per hour. there is the breakdown there. kn tremendous spread in temperatures. dew point trend going up the next few days. but still, even if you add ten degrees on to the dew points today for tomorrow, you are smack-dab in the comfortable category. then we will bump it up into the muggies there on wednesday. scenely late in the afternoon. and early in the evening. the bottom falls out once again on thursday. behind another cool front that will work on in.
for us, the next couple of days controlled by this area of high pressure that continues to build. over us. and eventually east of us. once it goes east, the wind changes back to the southwest. we will warm up close to 80, if not above it tomorrow. well into the 8's on wednesday. mid to maybe a few upper 8's out there. dry ground, sunshine. southwesterly winds. i think we can get there on wednesday afternoon. now, late in the day, we track this cool front. that cool front will give us the next opportunity of some scattered showers and storms. near day's end on wednesday. if not until wednesday evening. moderate pollen counts early to midweek. shaping up here. the forecast for today, continuing with that sunshine. and low humidity. with an east to southeasterly breeze. tonight, another cool night. low humidity. long overnight. clear skies. we have that. light winds as well. 46 in the cooler suburbs. 58-60 in boston. the forecast. you bump up to temperatures. only to knock them back down by the end of the week. a ton of sunshine on thursday,
of all places. in philadelphia. and a woman was hit by it. >> sarah: she admits she was shaken up at first. now she can appreciate the humor in her unusual encounter. >> so it happened last monday. she believes bird had been carrying the fish. about 50 feet above the ground. and then dropped it. she was at a labor day boot camp class. she got hit by the fish. and she ended up with a scar on her face. because of it. >>th to happen, like, it was traumatic at the time. it was funny. so many bad things that happen. >> christa: she was prescribed antibiotics. otherwise, she is doing okay. >> sarah: crazy. the miracle on the hudson
v.o.: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with
donald trump. trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. v.o.: ayotte agrees, voting six times to do just that, defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: well i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: there has to be some form of punishment. re has to be some form. v.o.: ayotte and trump, wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes is responsible for the
>> christa: tom hanks as the pilot sully soaring to the top of the weekend box office. the movie about the miracle on the hudson river bringing in more than $35 million in its opening weekend. >> sarah: a new miss america has been crowned. titlele of miss america for 2017. she won the competition with a jazz dance routine to a song from the tv show "smash." she wins the $50,000 scholarship and a six-figure salary during her reign. miss south carolina was first runner-up. >> christa: cheers for arkansas. right, sarah? beyonce says if you like it, then you should have put a ring on it. right? one guy did just that at her concert. one of beyonce's back-up
he emerged back-stage and proposed to beyonce's dance captain right in the middle of a performance of "single ladies." beyonce was in on the surprise. she joked "let's see the choreography after that." >> chris: hey, i'll put a ring on it. i'm not dancing out there. a little too much. another cool night. clear skies. of course, once again. will prevail over the next couple of nights at fenway. maybe grab that sox sweatshirt here tonight. 81 wednesday evening. could get some scattered storms for that. keep an eye on. that the 7-day forecast, cooling it down again to end the week. >> christa: all right. enjoy the rest of your monday afternoon.
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