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>> meaghan: and hillary clinton talking for the first time after being diagnosed with pneumonia. why she says she chemical weapons her illness a secret. >> sarah: and tom brady playing monday morning quarterback. what he says impressed him the most in the pats' season opener. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good tuesday morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm sarah french. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. i'm hearing it's going to be warm eventually. just got to wait for it. >> sarah: remember those school days when you would wear the jacket into school and >> chris: one of those days. pick out your favorite jacket this morning. if you're trying to tell mom and dad can i wear shorts today, i think you can get away with it. temperatures will jump up substantially throughout the day. it doesn't feel like shorts and t-shirt weather this morning out there. still need the heavier sweatshirt or the light jacket to go with the shorts, but by this afternoon, sunshine warming us up and warming us up quickly. in fact, many towns in the lower 80s with sun-filled skies this afternoon and low humidity.
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beautiful day. gore just day yesterday. today pretty much the same, although you can add on several degree, especially along the coastline. yesterday a breeze, not the case today. i think low 80s common up and down the area. more on that seven-day forecast, when we can expect some rain ahead. >> sarah: time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. let's send it over to danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, everyone. here a look outside. you can kind of see the zakim bridge. cars moving there. no issues. there if you're headed into town from the north this morning, thug will be closed for much of the day due to a water main break. 93 and route 1, braintree to boston northbound on the expressway, just ten minutes. south of town, 95, route 24 and route 3. problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike this morning. no issues on route 2 or route 3. let's check those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. ten minutes braintree to boston northbound on the expressway. 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128.
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and both "t" and commuter rail starting the morning on schedule. back to you, guys. >> sarah: happening now, police searching for a killer after sources say this methuen mother was strangled. police found her unresponsive in a home with her four-year-old child still inside. >> christa: now investigators are calling her ex-boyfriend a person of interest. let's head out the methuen with the latest on the investigation. here's 7's victoria warren. >> victoria: good morning, christa. somett sources telling us that neighbors heard a child screaming last friday. you can see candles burning outside of this methuen home. it wasn't until yesterday when a family member asked police for a well-being check that police found this woman's body inside. lighten candles, grieving the death of 29-year-old wanda rosa. >> it just breaks my heart. she was so giving, forgiving,
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>> victoria: sources say rosa was strangled inside her methuen home where she lived with her young son. sources also say neighbors heard chilling words, the four-year-old boy calling out, "daddy, stop, daddy, stop," early last friday morning. police called out monday morning for a well-being check, making the trecial discovery. police now searching for the boy's father, emilio delarosa, saying the 32-year-old is a person of interest. >> the b and at some point mr. delarosa took him to a relative's house. >> victoria: police don't know where delarosa went from there. >> when she told me they were talking things out for the sake of her son. >> victoria: friends say the couple had a violent history, rosa even taking out a restraining order. the district attorney says delarosa has a criminal history. the murdered mother's friends say he was in jail for trying to
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he should have stayed in jail the first time. >> victoria: the four-year-old child was not hurt in any of this. the district attorney tells us that child is now staying with relatives. again, police are searching for this woman's ex-boyfriend. they are calling him a person of interest in this investigation. live this morning in methuen. victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: vicki, thank you. right now police are looking for a missing investigators say patricia devine was picked up by a cab to take her to logan airport and no one has seen her sin. police believe the 74-year-old who has alzheimer's was headed to florida. >> sarah: a scare outside an east boston school. a man carrying this knife threatened them. nicole oliverio is live at the school with more on how police were able to keep everyone safe. nicole? >> nicole: definitely a scary
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the otis elementary school. this happened last thursday. according to parents, they told the suspected, a 36-year-old man, was carrying a nine-inch kitchen knife. parents immediately called police when they say this man started approaching and threatening parents with the knife as they were taking their children to school here. one parent told police that the man threatened her. she then grabbed her four-year-old child, walked across the street so she couldn't be bothered. policewe man. they say that he was heavily intoxicated. they did finally manage to make that arrest. that 36-year-old will be appearing in court. he will be facing a number of charges. for now that's the latest live in east boston, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: we have the latest now on a mosque in nashua, new hampshire, that was targeted over the weekend. this morning police say they have new information on possible suspects. worshipers believe they were hit by hate.
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she's been following this story all along. jen? >> jennifer: christa, good morning. people who were here when all of this happened say they saw three teens running away through the parking lot. no one was hurt, but it's request people who worship here uneasy. police trying to track down the person who threw this rock through a window at the islamic society of greater nashua. it happened just before 8:30 prayer sunday night. people inside say three rocks were thrown at the window, one went threw and almost hit someone inside. the president of the islamic society says worshipers here believe they were targeted because it was the 15th anniversary of 9/11. >> everybody is thinking the same thing that other people are thinking, because of the 9/11, it could be some hate crime happen, here. >> jennifer: police say they're collecting surveillance video have from businesses in the area in an effort to track down the vandals. >> whether it's a juvenile or a person committing a random act
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either way, we will not tolerate it. >> jennifer: worshipers saw two teens running away at the time of the crime, two male and one female. >> if it happens, people may be afraid to come here at night. >> jennifer: police say there was no note left behind or anything to indicate this was anything more than vandalism. so they are taking it very seriously and trying the find the person or live in nashua this morning, jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: now to the race for the white house, the hillary clinton is downplaying her recent health scare as she speaks out for the first time. kris anderson joins us. >> kris: hillary clinton says she has released more information about herself than donald trump.
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about her illness sooner. hillary clinton is taking a break to recover from pneumonia and canceling a fund-raising trip. but she tells anderson cooper she's recovering well. >> i'm feeling so much better, and obviously i should have gotten some rest sooner, like a lot of people, i thought i could power through it. obviously that didn't work out so well. >> kris: sunday this video showed her nearlying at a 9/11 memorial service. new she's admitting she should have told the public sooner what was going on. >> i talked to my staff. but the information is out there. you can't say the same thing about donald trump. >> kris: the campaign under fire after first saying she was overheated and dehydrated. clinton told aides she did not want to go to the hospital, but to her daughter's apartment, later leaving to go home. clinton and her campaign struggling to explain why they didn't announce her pneumonia diagnosis immediately on friday. >> people know more about me than almost anyone in public life. they have 40 years of my tax
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e-mails, a detailed medical letter report, all kinds of personal details. >> kris: donald trump saying he wants to be more transparent, announcing he would share the results of a recent physical. >> i'll be handing out a paper with very large numbers, a very detailed hopefully good statistics. >> kris: it's still not clear exactly what donald trump will reveal, but he is set to appear on the dr. oz show later this weo healthy but that he's not hiding anything. live in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: a trump rally turning violent in north carolina. video appears to show a trump supporter grabbing a protester by the neck and trying to punch him in the face. the trump supporter did not have to leave and was not arrested. >> christa: developing this morning, the united states flying bombers over ally south korea in a shout of force meant
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after north korea's fifth nuclear test. the bombers were escorted by u.s. and south korean jets and came within 75 miles of the north korean border. >> sarah: tom brady is money the many people impressed with the patriots' victory in the regular season opener. number 12 says he's impressed with how jimmy garoppolo played in his first career nfl start. while serving his suspension, brady was forced to watch sunday's win from his home in brookline. during his weekly monday night interview with westwood brady praised garoppolo said he had the deck stacked against him in arizona. >> you know, jimmy did everything he was asked. to it was a dwreatd way to start the season for our team. it's tough to go on the road, especially to be without some of your best players, that was a hard-fought win, and, you know, that's football in the nfl. >> sarah: although he would much rather have been on the field, brady said he enjoyed his sunday at home with his family. he says he also had the chance
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that have been, monday morning quarterback. >> sarah: this is what retirement is going to feel like. >> christa: exactly, the healthy snacks while they watch the game. much more ahead on "today in new england." a worcester high school football player joining the national conversation surrounding colin kaepernick and the national anthem protest. >> sarah: plus tense moments for ryan lochte on first night of "dancing with the stars," and it had nothing to do with his performance. why two audience members were
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>> sarah: welcome back. it is 5:13. it is cooler out there. >> christa: summer turns enter fall. >> chris: back to summer for tomorrow afternoon. the confusion will continue as mother nature just can't pick. we don't want summer to end, do we? 62 in boston now. good morning, everyone. cool start. a lot of the suburbs down into
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not quite as cool as yesterday morning, but we're right there with a refreshing change of the air mass still lingering in place. dew point levels 40s and low 50s averaging the low 50s this afternoon. so another comfortable day ahead of us. there is somewhat higher humidity down through d.c. and portions of the midwest. that will start to work on in for tomorrow. expecting dew point levels to rise back into the low to mid-60s, and with that in mind, out ahead of a front, we'll have the opportunity for some scattered showers and storms. this is the from the we a afternoon and tomorrow evening to deliver some of those scattered showers and storms. the high pressure controlling the board today. the winds back out of the southwest. so we do have a warmer afternoon, feels a little bit like fall this morning. a lot of us in the lower 80s temperature-wise this afternoon. a quick bounce-become in temperature, and you see that this time of year when you get the dry days and the low humidity air mass and a ton of sunshine. huge ranges in temperatures.
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add that to the morning lows and that will get you your daytime highs. here are the scattered storms for tomorrow. that line pushes off to the south and to the east of us by thursday. refreshing change once again in the air mass. high temperatures despite the sunshine on thursday holding close to 70 degrees. so much cooler feel to the air by then. this is the only game in town in terms of the next several days. if there is any chance of scattered sho most of it after 3:00, 4:00 in the afternoon. maybe 4:00, 5:00, 6:00 in the afternoon and early evening. then we're over and done with as we dry out overnight tomorrow. so we'll watch the temperature change again as mother nature continues with the ups and downs. 77 to 84 this afternoon. a lot of low 80s in the city of boston at 77 across the cape as well as the immediate south coast near buzzards bay. mild one, nice game day at fenway park. temperature running 73.
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end of the game. comfortable overnight tonight. upper 50s in the suburbs. 65 in boston. partly cloudy skies by the morning l tomorrow a bit on the muggy side, too. a lot of us 85, 86, 87 degrees. we'll have to watch those scattered showers and storms working in here in the afternoon. out into the tropics, there is a tropical storm that's going to stay in the open waters of the atlantic and continue its journey off to the north. so it's not going to be a bother to the u.s. coastline. scattered showers a possibility on sunday. saturday right now looks l >> christa: chris, thank uho. a water main break causing problems for the morning commute. this is on route 38 right near the 128 rotary. so let's get the latest with 7's danielle gersh with fast track traffic now. >> danielle: thanks, christa. from what we understand now, the left lane is getting by. but by 5:30, all lanes expected to be closed. let's come to the map now, and this is in woburn on route 38 northbound or main street at
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under 128 there. it's not causing major delays, but certainly as the morning progress, this could cause some serious back-up. heading into town on route 93 or route 1, no issues this morning. braintree to boston, northbound on the expressway, just about ten minutes. south of town, routes 3, 24 and 95 looking good. and you're problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike this morning. let's check those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. ten minutes braintree to boston. 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128. 93 bridge, only 11 minutes. and both "t" and commuter rail starting the morning on schedule. back to you, guys. >> excuse me. >> sarah: ryan lochte's debut disrupted. the olympian's first appearance on "dancing with the stars" doesn't go exactly as choreograph. protesters rushed the stage after his performance. >> christa: in the audience, chants of "liar!" could be heard. let's go to 7's kris anderson with more on that story. >> kris: christa, sarah, a
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support ryan lochte's dancing career. the show was going on live when two men rushed to the stage. >> excuse me. hey, back off! excuse me. >> kris: olympic swimmer ryan lochte's road to redemption on abc's "dancing with the stars" may have gotten off on the wrong foot. lochte and partner cheryl burke were being critiqued by the judges when two people stormed the stage. >> at that moment i was really heartbroken. my heart just sunk. and it felt like someone just rippedt >> kris: the incident wasn't shown on live tv, but video released by abc shows the security removing the men from the stage. one of them was able to yell "liar!" before host tom bergeron tossed to commercial. >> we'll be right back. >> so many feelings are going through my head right now, a little hurt, but i came out here, i wanted to do something that i'm completely not comfortable with, and i did. >> kris: the two men detained by security. they wore shirts that had
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there were other people in the crowd with the same shirts. they were escorted out. lochte was at the center of a firestorm during last month's olympic games in rio after claiming he and three other teammates were robbed at gunpoint. he later admitted to nbc's matt lauer that he made up most of the story and a police investigation determined he had vandalized a gas station bathroom. ryan lochte apologized for that incident, but u.s. swimming still suspended him for ten months. live in the control room, krisan england." >> sarah: all right. coming up next on 7news, an historic homer. david ortiz hitting his way into the record books once again. >> christa: and a new report finding that the mbta failed to spend more than $200 million a lotted to make repairs to the aging system. >> this month on 7news, investigations you'll see on just one station, thousands of utility poles leaning and life-threatening. plus your child's day care could have a hidden history. >> i feel like i was completely
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>> and now time for 7sports with joe >> joe: good morning. the red sox put a pounding on the boirs -- baltimore orioles with 16 hits and 12 runs. first-place sox stay hot. three games up on baltimore and two games up on toronto with less than three weeks to go in the regular season. hanley ramirez heating up at the right time. blasted his 24th home run of the season way over the monster seats. that's four home runs in his last five games. 8-2 red sox. in the fourth inning, the star
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of the season and 536 of his career. ortiz tying mickey mantle of 17th on the all-time list and just keeps on raking. the red sox roll 12-2 with david price tossing eight strong innings. danny amendola looking a-ok on sunday despite being a question mark coming into the game. considering he was on the pup list for the interpreseason following off season knee and ankle surgeries. amendola came through in the clutch, helping jimmy garoppolo when he needed it most with all three of his catches >> it was a great job we him. made a pretty easy throw for me and i made a nice catch, too. a good play all the way around. coaches did a great job giving us a game plan going into it. third down, just breaking it down, it makes it a lot easier. it helps with good coaches. >> joe: and browns'
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following a shoulder injury. the browns visit new england when tom brady returns from his suspension. i'm joe amorosino. have a great tuesday. >> sarah: coming up, why north carolina's bathroom ban is still causing controversy. >> christa: racing down a >> christa: racing down a controversy after a limo runs golden outside or fluffy inside. or delicious ridges. tasty egg or savory bacon. experience dunkin's new belgian waffle breakfast sandwich. it's not this or that. it's all of it.
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>> sarah: and i'm sarah french. let's get a check of the forecast now with chris lambert. hey, chris, nice and cool out there. >> chris: it is. another refreshing start. 46 one of the cold spots there in norwood. 51 in bedford. grabbing the light jacket, the hot coffee this morning. we're going the trade it in for iced coffee and t-shirt weather this afternoon. this time of year you can get huge ranges in temperatures from the morning lows to the afternoon highs. we'll be there again this afternoon in terms of being well above where we are right now. taking a look to the west of us, some scattered showers and we'll contend with scattered storms later tomorrow, especially late afternoon, early into the evening. but today we're on cruise control, warming up a lot of sunshine throughout the day. temperatures close to 80 degrees. in fact, i expect it to be in the lower 80s for a lot of us. we'll track those scattered storms tomorrow afternoon. more on that forecast ahead. >> sarah: we're following breaking news out of woburn. a big water main break causing some problems on the morning commute. this all happening on route 38 near the 128 rotary.
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morning commute? here's danielle gersh with the very latest. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. one left lane was getting by here. i think now as of 5:30. they're closing all lanes because of this water main break. this is the rotary. let's go to the maps on woburn. it's under 128 there. as we head into the thick of the morning commute, that's probably really going to slow things down. 93 and route 1 not watching any issues now. ten minutes braintree to boston northbound on the expressway. we're watching a new csh southbound at route 28 causing some back-up there. an you're problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike this morning. let's check those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. ten minutes braintree to boston northbound on the expressway. just 12 minutes enter town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 11 minutes. both the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> christa: all right. thank you, danielle. breaking news now, the search for a missing woman in braintree is now over. investigators say that patricia
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alzheimer's is now safe. she's been missing for several hours and no word exactly on where she was found. also a check of your other top stories this tuesday. police in methuen are searching for the person who killed a 29-year-old mother. officers say they found wanda rosa unresponsive during a well-being check at her home on monday. she later died at the hospital. according to police, two-year-old emilio delarosa, the father of her child, i officials say delarosa has not been seen since leaving his son with a relative on monday. boston police officers arresting a man after he allegedly caused a scare at a school. they say the man was outside otis elementary school in east boston with a nine inch kitchen knife and was allegedly threatening children and parens. officers said the man appeared to be drunk. this morning he's facing several charges. >> sarah: a high school football player creating
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nfl police officer's national anthem protest. he says he was suspended one game, but the school says that's not the case. 7's kris anderson joins us now with this story. >> kris: this story has a lot of people talking. nfl players who decide not to stand for the national anthem may receive criticism, but they don't face any discipline from the league. so there were some questions that popped up when a worcester high school player said he was suspended when he decided to take a knee. now administrators say that student was never punished. taking a stand by taking a knee as doherty memorial's mike oppong refused to stand. >> i feel like there's a lot of injustice for black people. >> kris: oppong says colin kaepernick inspired him to take the stand during friday's game against leominster. >> i realized there was something i could do. raise kris he later posted on
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story blew up. black lives matter posted messages of support. >> some are calling me a hero. i'm just trying to help justice with served. >> but the superintendent of schools in worcester wants the clear the air, saying at no time was oppong never suspended. >> there can be no disciplinary action done to anybody that does not stand. >> kris: the superintendent says she didn't find out what happened until sunday and thinks it was all a miscommunication between the player and the coach. >> we want to build leadership sk i that they find constructive ways to voice what is important to them. >> kris: oppong's teammates stand by him even if they don't agree with what he did. >> i supported him 100%. i felt like what he did was rights, standing up for what he believes in. >> i respect what he's doing. in my belief, i still think he should stand for the anthem for america, but i do understand what he means.
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game. he says he plans to witness again kneel during the national anthem. live here in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: all right, kris, thank you. police are searching for two men wanted for a kind -- an attempted assault with a deadly weapon. two women were leaving a quincy bar when they asked for a ride to a hotel. the suspects ran off after threatening to hit one of them with a beer bottle. a judge sentencing a man to at leas1 he pleaded guilty to stealing more than $5 the million in gold weres from a tractor-trailer headed to massachusetts. you might represent -- remember this story. it happened in march of 2015. the truck was transporting the gold from florida when the robbers stopped in north carolina. three men tied up the drivers and stole the gold. one bar only was recovered. >> sarah: the man accused of stabbing a woman to death in danville, new hampshire, answering to murder charges.
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away tears during his arraignment. police arrested moore late friday night and charged him with second-degree murder. police say moore killed the woman over labor day weekend. investigators believe the victim allowed moore, who was a registered sex offender to, rent a room in her home to help pay the mooreage. >> christa: and this mother will be spending four years we hide bars after pleading guilty to raping two teenagers. heather salinas admitted to having sex with two boys back in 2014 and also sharing nude photos with them. 40-year-old to three years of probation, as well. >> sarah: new details about the "t." officials say the mbta has failed to spend enough money on repairs and expansion. according to the "herald," the "t" spent only 71% of its budget for this year. officials say the mbta held off on spending for expanding the green line. the report comes as the "t" is facing a $7 billion backlog to bring the system into good working condition.
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sports company craft kings says a merger will rival companies fan dual may be possible in the future. according to the "globe," c.e.o. jason robins spoke about a possibility during a recent technology conference out in san francisco saying the two companies have been talking for at least 18 months now. he says combining the companies could reduce legal costs. >> sarah: there's more news today, shark sightings still going strong into september. the atlantic white shark conservancy tagged three more sharks yesterday, making it they were off the coast of nauset. researchers are closing on 100 sharks tagged since they started in 2009. >> christa: a new hampshire couple getting married after quite the journey. the brockline bride had to hitchhike to her own wedding. that's right. on her way there, the bride's limo got a in the tire, so she decided, you got toism -- improvise, right? get me to the church.
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her up along with the bridal party and showed them to the venue. she was about half hour late, but the rest of the wedding was amazing. what a beautiful bride and cuple there. very nice. so she gets points for improvisation for sure. >> sarah: still ahead on 7news, there is growing concern after a little boy says he was injured by an exploding snow cone. >> christa: burger king adding a new menu item. coming up, the snack about to be offered at some of the stores. >> chris: adding an extra layer, perhaps that light jacket? we'll shed it this afternoon. kids heading out to the bus stop. a cool start. look at that finish in the lower 80s. back the shorts and t-shirts this afternoon. one day tomorrow. more fall-like weather ahead. seven-day forecast coming up. >> christa: and good morning. >> danielle: we're looking at video from a water-main break in woburn. this is route 38 at the rotary that goes under 128. all lanes are closed.
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officers in california make an unexpected rescue. they found a it canning stuck in a drainpipe. they tried to reach him, but he was too far away, so they used a half-eaten burrito to draw the kitten closer. eventually they got ahold of the little guy. >> christa: use what you can, right? burger king ready to unveil another cheetos-inspired item to its member you, cheetos chicken fries will be available. >> sarah: my mom loves >> christa: well,o uh have the take her to burger king, because this is available starting tomorrow, sarah. these are chicken fries, and they're kind of dusted with that cheetos cheese. do you remember the mac and cheetos that they came out with earlier this month? >> anderson tried those. he likes those. >> christa: i'm not surprised. he's not too picky when he comes to food. >> sarah: me either. i'll try them. >> christa: what's your next thing? >> sarah: . >> sarah: we have a lot to
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surprise in north andover. an emotional reunion between a father and son. >> christa: and we're learning new disturbing details about how a mother in methuen did as police continue searching for her ex-boyfriend. >> christa: all right, vicki. and the wells far get executive who oversaw a department responsible for opening more than two million unauthorized accounts is walking away with quite a bonus.
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. >> sarah: all right. 5:46. >> christa: know and go time. chris lambert is here with your forecast. bring along a lighted coat. >> chris: we need to grab, that but we can shed it pretty quickly this morning. back up into the lower 80s. the rebound is quick. we'll be adding throughout the day. clear skies, blank map there across new england. because the satellite and radar composite is saying, nothing going on, no clouds, no rain across new england. different story across the midwest. this is the front that we'll be tracking in here for tomorrow. that will offer the best chance of some scattered showers and storms during the work week. you see that forming more scattered showers and storms back into the great lakes later on this afternoon. chicago, detroit, down to st. louis, low to mid-80s.
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humidity event, as well. scattered storms in the afternoon. early evening. and then high pressure builds in. another cool down on thursday. more refreshing air in place to end the week. taking a look at tomorrow's storm, a marginal risk for a couple of severe storms across a big chunk of eastern new england. a few storms may be on the stronger side with gusty winds tomorrow afternoon. think of the highest chances late afternoon to get some of these scattered showers and storms into the fas not all towns will see it. look at temperatures, we're talking about that cool start. by 10:00 a.m., close to 70 degrees, by 1:00 p.m., knocking on the doorstep of 80. so the rebound is fast. holding into the mid to upper 70s across the cape and the islands. i think boston in a lot of locations in and around the boston area should rise to about 82, 83 dress this afternoon. clear to partly cloudy skies tonight. coast not quite as cool. temperatures a couple degrees
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the forecast for tomorrow, warm, a bit muggy. we'll track those scattered showers and storms late in the afternoon, early into the evening. then we cool it down. bright sunshine thursday and friday. guys? >> sarah: following breaking news out of woburn. a big water main break causing some problems on your morning commute. this all happening on route 38 near the 128 rotary. so how is this affecting your morning commute? let's send it over to danielle gersh now with the very latest. >> sarah:>> danielle: thanks, southbound lanes expected to be closed at route 38 at this rotary in woburn. also one northbound lane expected to be closed. let's go to the maps. this is route 38 or main street. the rotary goes under 128. right now we're not seeing any major delays, but as the morning commute continues to pick up, surely that's going to change. route 93 and route 1 heading into boston, no issues. braintree to boston, northbound on the expressway, starting to slow down, but still just about 13 minutes to get into town
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this is in randolph, 128 southbound at route 28. problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike this morning. let's check those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. braintree to boston northbound on the expressway, about 13 minutes as you saw. and into town on the pike, no major delay, 93 southbound, no major delays either. back to you, guys. >> sarah: happening now, police searching for a killer after sources say this methuen mother was strangled. we're told her four-year-old child was inside at the time and may so now investigators are calling her ex-girlfriend a person of interest. now let's go to 7's victoria warren. she has the latest. >> sarah: the grawsome discovery yesterday inside of this methuen home here. you can see these candles burning outside. police were called here. they went inside. that's when they discovered this woman's body inside. police this morning are looking for the woman's ex-boyfriend,
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calling him a person of interest. he may have information about the death of 29-year-old wanda rosa. sources telling us neighbors roared hearing a young child last friday screaming, "daddy, stop, daddy, stop," but it wasn't until yesterday when police were called out here for a well-being check that they discovered the woman's body inside. police telling us that there is a history of domestic violence, that this restraining orders out against emilio delarosa before. so still trying to get information. investigators say delarosa, they know that he took the four-year-old child from this home here and brought him to a relative's house, but the four-year-old child was not hurt at all. but after that, delarosa took off. so this morning they are still searching for him. again, calling him a person of interest in his ex-girlfriend's death.
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victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: right now boston police are trying to solve a 3-year-old murder mystery involving a teenage girl. the national center for missing and exploited children has a sketch of a 15-year-old on monday. she was found in maryland become in 1976. but baltimore county police say evidence found at the scene connects her to massachusetts. investigators believe she may have been named jasmine and may have lived in jamaica plain. police arrest two teens after they allegedly stole a front-end loader and drove it through several neighborhoods in maine. part of their journey was caught on surveillance video. officers say the teens left a trail of destruction and started driving on the turnpike in the wrong direction. >> when you're driving into deliberately striking police cars and striking other vehicles, it's a deadly situation that had to have been stopped rights away.
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loader's tires and the teens were taken into custody. >> christa: we have new details about that deadly house fire in memphis, tennessee. crews say that a malfunctioning power cord caused that fire, kicking nine people, including six children. according to investigators, the cord was attached to an a.crm unit in the home's living room. that fire began early monday morning and investigators say the house also had a security door and bars on the windows making it difficult to escape. investigating after the florida mosque where the orlando night club shooter used to worship was set on fire. officials say the building was intentionally set on fire just after midnight monday morning. surveillance video showing a man running away from the scene. you can see him waving his arm in the air. investigators say he may have burned himself when he set that fire. back in june omar mateen pledged allegiance to isis and opened fire inside the pulse nightclub killing 49 people. right now police are trying to figure out if that arson is a
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getting a big retirement payday despite being linked to controversy at the bank. the executive will be paid more than $124 million in stock options. she was behind the division that created 2,000 unauthorized accounts to generate revenue. investigators have not said whether she was aware of the illegal activity. the ncaa has moved all of the championship games out of north carolina. seven march madness were supposed to take place there. ncaa officials decided to move the games because of the state's controversial transgender bathroom law. the nba is also moving next season's all-star game out of state. >> christa: a six-year-old boy from brooklyn is recovering after a samsung galaxy core phone exploded in his hands over the weekend. relatives say the boy was politician a game and that's
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firefighters say the boy suffered mooner burns. there are no recalls right now related to the galaxy core. samsung did recall its galaxy note 7 phones due to exploding batteries however. >> sarah: in seven health cast, the eat this not that authors say follow these rules: eat family-style meals. this way kids will also put away electronics. parents who let teens use electronics during meals tend to serve less nutritious foods. also people who use their phones while eating consume more. have everyone mind their manners, of course, right? putting your fork down between bites, eating slowly, keeping your mouth closed all good ways to be mindful of how much you're eating. >> christa: good ones. 7news now turning to a
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this is 7-year-old caden. he's all smiles when he gets a big surprise at school. he thought he was going to an assembly, but really his dad, sergeant jason chin, came home from kuwait to surprise him. >> your heart just smiles. i know the sacrifices military families make. it's all worth it in the long run. >> what do you want to tell >> that he was coming home soon. >> but you didn't know today, did you? >> no. >> surprise. >> christa: chin did not want the disrupt school too much for the surprise, but since he had been writing better back and forth for a year, the principal said, yeah, come on, let's do something extra special. >> sarah: i love those stories. they always tug at your heart strings, chris. >> chris: and they never get old. fantastic to see. mid-80s this afternoon.
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>> christa: mystery surrounding the death of a mother in methuen. police want the talk to this man. >> sarah: parents and students threatened by man with this knife. the elementary school where it happened. >> christa: hillary clinton speaking out about getting sick and nearly passing out and what it means for her white house hopes. >> sarah: a security scare for ryan lochte. protesters storm the stage on live tv. they have a message for the olympic swimmer. >> christa: and a red sox win so nice, they got to douse him
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>> this is 7news "today in new england." >> christa: he gets the gatorade and then the water maybe? i don't know. good morning, everybody. it's tuesday. i'm delarosa. ism i'm sarah french. nice cool morning out, there chris. how long will that stick around? >> chris: by 10:00 this morning we're close to 70 degrees, so the comeback here in terms of temperatures will be fast and furious. 44 in norwood, 50 in bedford, 61 in boston now. the wind is out of the southwest. that will help warm us up as well as the sunshine once it gets going here t midwest, they hold off until tomorrow afternoon. i do expect by mid and especially late afternoon tomorrow to increase the chance of some scattered storms across the area. a warm one today, though. no question about it. we'll warm up nicely throughout the afternoon. temperatures running into the low 80s with all of that sunshine in place, even across the cape, mid to upper 70s. certainly looks like a lot this afternoon some we're in the low 80s for most of us with a . of sunshine today. increasing clouds tomorrow afternoon. a bit muggy with temperatures
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we'll track a few storms in the afternoon, as well. a couple may be on the stronger side. we'll talk about that in the full forecast. >> christa: we have a water main break. here's danielle gersh,. >> danielle: a lot going on, on the roads this morning. would be and a water main break on route 38 going the cause delays this morning. what we're hearing from woburn police, all of the northbound lanes are closed there at the rotary and 128. and one southbound lane expected to be open. that's pretty much the way it's going the stay throughout the day. let's head out t again. this is on route 38 or main street under route 128 at the rotary in woburn. otherwise on the roads, 93 and route 1 heading into boston in the looking too bad. braintree to boston northbound on the expressway, that drive 16 minutes this morning. we're watching a crash in randolph here. 128 southbound at route 28. problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike. but check those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. rate the boston, northbound on the expressway, ten, 15 minutes,
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93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, still 11 minutes this morning. if you're taking the "t," you're not watching any issues, but on the commuter rail, seeing some delays on the providence, stoughton line. the framingham-worcester line. definitely check your train ahead of time. back to you, guys. >> sarah: this morning police in methuen are searching for a killer after sources say this mother was strangled in her own home. the victim was found when the while went by and the child may have witnessed this murder. >> christa: now investigators are calling her father of the little boy a pen of interest. let's head out to methuen with the latest. here's 7's victoria warren. vicki? >> victoria: good morning. some very disturbing details as police try to piece together a time line here at this home. candles have been burning all night. sources telling us that nation heard a child screaming last friday. no one called 911. it was yesterday when family member asked for a well-being check that police found this
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lighting candles, grieving the death of 29-year-old wanda rosa. >> it just breaks my heart. she was so giving, forgiving, kind. it's tough. >> victoria: sources say rosa was strangled inside her methuen home where she lived with her young son. sources also say neighbors heard chilling words, the four-year-old boy calling out, "daddy, stop, daddy, stop," early last friday morning. police called out monday morning for a well-being check, making the terrible discovery. police now searching for the boy's father, emilio delarosa, saying the 32-year-old is a person of interest. >> the boy was in the crisis, and at some point mr. delarosa took him to a relative's house. >> victoria: police don't know where delarosa went from there. >> she told me they were talking things out for the sake of her son. >> victoria: friends say the couple had a violent history, rosa even taking out a restraining order.
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the murdered mother's friends say he was in jail for trying to kill her were. -- before. >> there was nothing she could have con done to deserve it, nothing whatsoever. he should have stayed in jail the first time. >> victoria: the district attorney says the child was not hurt at all. the child is now staying with relatives. they are searching for this woman's ex-boyfriend. they are still searching for him this morn, and they are calling him a person of warren, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: vicki, thank you. new this morning, pointed threats against parents and children at a school in east boston. they say a man holding this knife harassed them as they were just simply dropping off their kids. let's head out to 7's nicole oliverio at otis elementary school. nicole, that's where all this happened. >> nicole: definitely a scary situation for parents as they were walking here to otis elementary school on thursday
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approached by a man who was threatening them with a knife. boston police were able to quickly make an arrest. take a look here. police say this is the nine-inch kitchen knife that this 36-year-old suspect was waving in front of parents as they were taking theirchildren to school early on thursday morning. now, one parent told police that the man made threats to her. she then grab her four-year-old son, walked across the street so she wouldn't have any more interaction with him. police arrived quickly to the scene. they say they quickly found the man still displaying that knife. they managedma arrest without too many disruptions. they say that man was heavily intoxicatedden now he's facing a number of charges. that's the latest live in east boston, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: also breaking, the search for a missing woman in braintree is over. investigators say patricia devine was found safe overnight. the 74-year-old was safe this morning. she had been missing for several
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also this morning, people who worship in new hampshire calling a sudden smash at a mosque a crime of hate. police are searching out about the search for the suspects. jennifer eagan is in nashua, new hampshire, with more. jen? >> jennifer: sarah, good morning. people who were inside when this happened say they saw three teens running away through the parking lot. no one was hurt, but it has request people who wereship here uneasy. police trying to track down the person who threw this rock threw a -- through a window at the islamic society of greater nashua. it happened just before 8:30 prayer sunday night. people inside say three rocks were thrown at the window, one went threw and almost hit someone inside. the president of the islamic society says worshipers here believe they were targeted because it was the 15th
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>> everybody is thinking the same thing that other people are thinking, because of the 9/11, it could be some hate crime happen, here. >> jennifer: police say they're collecting surveillance video have from businesses in the area in an effort to track down the vandals. >> whether it's a juvenile or a person committing a random act or maybe it's something else. that's something we will not tolerate. >> jennifer: worshipers saw three teens running away at the time of the crime, two male and one female. >> if it happens, people may be afraid to come here at night. >> jennifer: police say there was no note left behind or anything to indicate this was anything more than vandalism. in fact, they say there was an earlier report earlier in the night of three teens nearby in this area throwing rocks at a sign. we're live in nashua this morning,''s, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: 6:07. to the race for the white house on this tuesday morning, hillary clinton speaking out, trying to clear the air about the near collapse as she suffered from pneumothorax. she says her campaign should
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she insists there is nothing to worry about when it comes to her health. let's go to kris anderson with more of what she says. >> kris: hillary clinton admits she should have told the public about her health a little bit sooner. hillary clinton is taking a break to recover from pneumonia and cancela she's recovering well. >> i'm feeling so much better, and obviously i should have gotten some rest sooner, like a lot of people, i thought i could power through it. obviously that didn't work out so well. >> kris: sunday this video showed her nearly collapsing at a 9/11 memorial service. now she's admitting she should have told the public sooner what was going on. >> i talked to my staff. we take responsibility for that. but the information is out there. you can't say the same thing about donald trump. >> kris: the campaign under fire after first saying she was overheated and dehydrated.
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to her daughter's apartment, later leaving to go home. clinton and her campaign struggling to explain why they didn't announce her pneumonia diagnosis immediately on friday. >> people know more about me than almost anyone in public life. they have 40 years of my tax returns, tens of thousands of e-mails, a detailed medical letter report, all kinds of personal details. >> kris: donald trump saying he wants to be more transparent, announcing he would share the results of a recent physical. >> i'll be handing out a paper with very large numbers, a very detailed hopefully good statistics. >> kris: it's still not clear exactly what donald trump will reveal, but he is set to appear on the dr. oz show later this week to not only prove that he's healthy but that he's not hiding anything. live in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: a trump rally turned violent in north
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by the neck and trying to punch him in the face. the trump supporter did not have to leave and was not arrested. >> sarah: developing this morning, the united states flying bombers over allies sex sex -- south korea. this in a show of support after north korea detonated bombs. the jets came within 75 the north koreaian border. >> christa: still ahead, a local high school football player standing up for what he believes, an he says he was nearly punished for doing it. >> my heart just sunk. it felt like someone just ripped it apart. >> sarah: ryan lochte speaking out about protesters storms the stage during his dance competition. >> christa: and the fenway faithful demanding a curtain call from big papi. he makes meej history.
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oncon performance from yesterday's cool start. we simply warm up, so the jacket, the extra layer you have, shed it quickly. kids outdoor recess, enjoy the sunshine. seven-day forecast ahead. >> danielle: and behind me here, this is route 38 in woburn. a water main break causing delays at the rotary there under 128. street closures, lane closures are in place. also if you're taking the
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>> sarah: welcome back. 6:14. nice cool morning out there. >> christa: when it comes to later today, it will get to about 80 degrees. we have the wait for it.
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give it a few hours and you're back to shorts and testimony shirts today. 61 in town. but boston not the cool spot. of course, you go into the suburbs this time of year, a clear sky. light wind night. and low humidity. you drop off. we certainly have once again not quite as cool as yesterday morning, but plenty of upper 40s and low 50s on the board right now. those are the numbers that really take off. you're looking at 48 degrees in norwood right now. by 10:00 in the morning, it's close to 70. period of time. the wind is out of the southwest. that's dragging in a warmer air mass. it's a combination of a southwesterly wind, a ton of sunshine we have, and the low humidity in place. that will all aid in the comeback here as the temperatures reach the low 80s this afternoon. out ahead of this cool front tomorrow. we'll also get temperatures into the mid-80s with a modest amount of humanity returning, as well, but we'll end the day with a scattered storm in the forecast, especially by mid to late afternoon across much of the area. 82 in chicago this afternoon.
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82 to 86, even 87. that will be the temperature pattern for tomorrow as this cold front comes on through. when you combine the timing of the front to coincide with the daytime warmth and humanity, we'll produce scattered storms across the area, especially after 3:00, 4:00 p.m. until about 7:00 or 8:00 into the early evening. high pressure building in behind that front. another refreshing air mass takes place on thursday. more fall-like feel to the air outside thursday and especially thursday night as many towns fall night. now, we watch these storms tomorrow. there are some factors coinciding together that may enhance a couple storms. a marginal risk for severe thunderstorm or two across new england for tomorrow. keep an eye on a couple of these stronger storms in the afternoon. much of the activity after 3:00, 4:00 p.m. low 80s for many of us this afternoon. both on the thunderstorm. actually warm afternoon. today a cool down at night.
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past couple nights. a great night for baseball. temperatures starting off in the low 70s and back into the 60s. upper 50s to near 60 in the cooler suburbs tonight. a comfortable day today. temperatures-wise into the low 80s, mid-80s tomorrow. scattered storms in the afternoon hours. cool, lots of sunshine on thursday and friday. guys? >> sarah: now to a fast track traffic alert. a water main break in woburn causing serious pro woburn. danielle gersh has the latest. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. all southbound lanes as well as one northbound lane are open in woburn. that's because of a water main break. this is happening on route 38 and main street at the rotary under 128 there. again, all southbound lanes open as well as one northbound lane. 93 southbound into boston, slow and go. route 1 not looking too bad, though. braintree to boston, northbound on the expressway, up to 25 minutes. we're still watching a crash.
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southbound at route 28 causing some delays. and then you're problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike this morning. let's check those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. braintree to boston, 25 minutes. also if you're taking the commuter rail this morning, we're watching some delays due to signal issues on the worcester train and the providence train. back to you, guys. >> sarah: danielle, thank you. let's go to a security scare swirling around olympic swimmer ryan lochte. >> christa: protesters stormed the stage during a livebr stars." these protests were yelling "liar!" and wearing anti-lochte testimony shirts. >> sarah: they were tackled and taken away in handcuffs. kris anderson has more on this story. kris? >> kris: the group of people, those two mean, clearly do not support ryan lochte and his dancing endeavors. the olympian had just finished his routine when the two men rushed the stage. >> excuse me.
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>> kris: olympic swimmer ryan lochte's road to redemption on abc's "dancing with the stars" may have gotten off on the wrong foot. lochte and partner cheryl burke were being critiqued by the judges when two people stormed the stage. >> at that moment i was really heartbroken. my heart just sunk. and it felt like someone just ripped it apart. >> kris: the incident wasn't shown on live tv, but video released by abc shows the security removing the men from the stage. one of them was able to yell "liar!" before host tom bergeron tossed to commercial. >> so many feelings are going through my head right now, a little hurt, but i came out here, i wanted to do something that i'm completely not comfortable with, and i did. >> kris: the two men detained by security. they wore shirts that had lochte's name crossed out. there were other people in the crowd with the same shirts. they were escorted out. lochte was at the center of a firestorm during last month's olympic games in rio after claiming he and three other teammates were robbed at gunpoint.
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lauer that he made up most of the story and a police investigation determined he had vandalized a gas station bathroom. ryan lochte apologized for that incident, but u.s. swimming still suspended him for ten months. live in the control room, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: looks like security did a good job of getting in there quickly. >> sarah: i'll bet they have even more security now around the dance floors. >> christa: like a warning, there wasn't it? >> sarah: yes. still a, gold heist worth millions. how robbers were able to make off with gold bars bound for the bay state. >> christa: and new honors for pete brady and the impact of the ice bucket challenge. >> sarah: and what jimmy garoppolo is saying about his
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>> joe: good morning. the red sox put a pounding on the baltimore orioles with 16 hits and 12 runs. first-place sox stay hot. three games up on baltimore and two games up on toronto with less than three weeks to go in the regular season. hanley ramirez heating up at the right time. blasted his 24th home run of the season way over the monster seats. that's four home runs in his last five games. 8-2 red sox. in the fourth inning, the star of the show as always, big papi. of the season and 536 of his career. ortiz tying mickey mantle of 17th on the all-time list and just keeps on raking. the red sox roll 12-2 with david price tossing eight strong innings. danny amendola looking a-ok on sunday despite being a question mark coming into the game. considering he was on the pup list for the entire preseason fol log off season knee and
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clutch, helping jimmy garoppolo when he needed it most with all three of his catches coming on the pats' game-winning drive. >> it was a great job by him. he made a nice catch, too. it was a good play all around. coaches did a great job giving us a game plan going into it. third down, just breaking it down, simplifying it, it makes it a lot of easier with good coaches like that. >>: quarterback robert griffin iii will miss at least eight games after fracturing a bone in his shoulder in a loss to the eagles on sunday. the patriots visit the browns in week five when tom brady returns from his suspension. i'm joe amorosino. have a great day. >> sarah: the red sox are starting to reveal some information about the good-bye they're planning for david ortiz during the final home game of the season. each sox player will wear patches on their jerseys and hats honoring ortiz when the sox close out the regular season against the blue jays from
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ortiz is retiring at the end of the season. >> christa: red hot season. so it's 6:26 right now. striking it rich in new hampshire. the person who won nearly a half bill wherein dollar jackpot makes a move with all that money. ism plus the punishment for a white house jumper who pleaded guilty in court. >> christa: also we have a water main break to report in woburn. it's causing some traffic trouble on a rote ray on route 48. danielle gersh will have more golden outside or fluffy inside. deep pockets or delicious ridges. tasty egg or savory bacon. experience dunkin's new belgian waffle breakfast sandwich. it's not this or that. it's all of it.
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>> christa: plus a bride in need of a ride. why the local woman on the way to get hitched had to hitchhike. >> sarah: and happy home coming as a boy from north andover gets the surprise of a lifetime. >> daddy! >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: great story. good tuesday morning, everyone. thanks for staying us with. i'm sarah french. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. crisp, cool, sunny start to your tuesday morning, all good things. chris, this is why september earns best month in new england i think. here. cool overnights, very comfortable sleeping weatherren an you still manage to squeeze out 80-degree weather in the afternoon. right back there this afternoon after starting off mid-40s and lower 50s. looks like a blank map behind me. this is the satellite and radar composite. nothing going on with the cloud cover or precipitation. back into the midwest, there are system scattered storms. those will be with us for tomorrow afternoon, especially late in the afternoon. look at this today, though. very come fortable weather.
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right now to the high temperatures we have. that will put many towns into the lower 80s some that 45 in norwood, that's more like 83 this afternoon, 83 in boston. 84 in billerica. warmer tomorrow. we increase the humanity and the chance of passing thunderstorm in the afternoon. more on that forecast ahead. >> christa: let's go to fast track traffic with danielle gersh. we have an alert involving a water main break in woburn. >> danielle: thanks, christa. we have been keeping an eye on this all morning long. all southbound lanes and one northb l let's go to the maps. you're looking at a live picture right now. you can see that one lane is getting by northbound. let's go to the maps. this is on route 38 and it's under 128 at the rotary there in woburn. the rest of your drive, 93 southbound, stop and go into boston. we're in the watching any major issues on route 1. braintree to boston northbound on the expressway. that drive nearly half an hour already this morning. we're still watching this crash. this is 128 southbound at route 28.
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pike, pretty much problem-free. let's check those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. 18, 25 minutes on the expressway, braintree to boston. just 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128. so no delays there. and 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, also 12 minutes this morning. we're watching some delays still on the commuter rail on the providence-stoughton line and the framingham-worcester line. back to you, guys. >> sarah: now the day's top stories. police are searching for the person who killed officers found wanda rosa strange told death on monday. sources say 32-year-old emilio delarosa, the father of her son, strangled his ex-girlfriend to death and dropped their four-year-old son off with a relative and took off. police do not know if the little boy witnessed his mother's death. sources say there is a history of domestic issues between rosa and delarosa. boston police officers arrest man after they say he
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elementary school, otis elementary school in east boston with a nine-inch kitchen knife threatening children and parents. office fers say the man appeared to be drunk. this morning he faces several charges. hillary clinton recovering from pneumonia after canceling a fund-raising trip. in her first interview since revealing the diagnosis, she says she should have told the public sooner about being ill. >> christa: a worcester high school football player standing his ground despite some criticism for his anthem protest, jus kaepernick an other nfl players, he knelt during the anthem before a recent game. he says he was suspended. the school says otherwise. so here's 7's kris anderson. >> kris: nfl players who don't stand for the national anthem may receive some criticism from people, but they don't face any discipline from the league, so some questions popped up when a worcester high school player said that he was suspended when he decided to take a knee. now administrators are speaking out and say the student was
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taking a stand by taking a knee as doherty memorial's mike oppong refused to stand during the national anthem. >> i feel like there's a lot of injustice for black people. >> kris: oppong says colin kaepernick inspired him to take a silent protest before last friday's game against leominster. >> i realized there was something i could do. >> kris: he later posted on twitter he was suspended and the story blew up. people posted messages of support. >> some are calling me a hero. i'm just trying to help justice be served. >> kris: but the superintendent of schools in worcester wants to clear the air, saying at in time was oppong ever suspended. >> there can be no disciplinary action done to anybody that does not stand. >> kris: the superintendent says she didn't find out what happened until sunday and thinks it was all a miscommunication between the player and the coach. >> we want to build leadership
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that they find constructive ways to voice what is important to them. >> kris: oppong's teammates stand by him even if they don't necessarily agree with what he did. >> i support him 100%. i feel like what he did was right, standing up for what he believes in. >> i respect what he's doing. in my belief, i still think he should stand for the anthem for america, but i do understand what he means. >> kris: oppong will be on the football field for friday night's game. he says he once again plans on kneeling during the national anthem. kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: a man who spent at least 11 years in prison after pleading guilty to stealing nearly $5 million for gold bars from a truck bound for the bay state. police say alberto perez and two other men placed a gps device on the truck. that's how they could track it down when it left miami on its way to bridgewater.
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released pepper stray into the truck using a remote control, forcing the drivers to pull over. the incident happened you may remember back in march of 2015. about 275 how the gold bars and some silver were stolen. most of it remains missing. >> christa: a man breaking down in court as he is charged with stabbing a woman to death in danville, new hampshire. 37-year-old richard moore can be seen wiping away tears. police arrested night and charged him with second-degree murder. police say moore killed the woman over the labor day weekend. investigators believe the victim allowed him, moore, a registered sex offender to, rent a room in her home to help pay the mortgage. >> sarah: a new residence hall is named for pete brady, the man who inspired the als ice bucket challenge. a ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place on the beverly campus.
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player, is from beverly. >> christa: a military father has a very special home coming. he suddenly surprises his son at school. >> daddy! [applause] >> christa: that is seven-year-old caden. as you can see, he is all smiles when he sees his special gusts coming through the door. so we just thought it would be a plain old assembly, but that was really his dad, sergeant jason chin home f i know the sacrifices military families make. it's all worth it in the listening run. >> what did you tell everyone? >> that he was coming home soon. >> but you didn't know today, did you in? >> no. >> surprise! >> the sergeant originally did not want the disrupt school. he did not want to make too much of a fusss. since he'd been writing letters back and forecast for a year,
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in and do something extra special. i feel like if they're having a bad morning, watch that story. it puts you in a different framed. >> sarah: okay. coming up, a brand-new poll in the race for the white house shows new numbers that are shifting for the nominee. >> christa: and the phone a boy is using suddenly catches fire, and it's not one being recall right now.
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>> christa: we're back at 6:41. a six-year-old boy from brooklyn is recovering after a samsung galaxy core phone suddenly exploded in his hands over the weekend. relatives playing a game when the phone burst into flames. firefighters say the boy suffered minor burns. right now there are no recalls related to the galaxy core, however, samsung did recall its galaxy note 7 phones because of exploding batteries. they are looking into this particular case. the ncaa has proved all of this year's championship games out of north carolina. seven events were supposed to take place in the state this year according several march madness games. however, ncaa officials decided
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state's controversial transgender bathroom law. the nba is moving next season's basketball game out of north carolina. >> sarah: here are some new word. yolo, the acronym for you only live once, which i feel like we already know that one, right? do you have a graphic or do i have to say this on camera? this is going to be fun. an cheeseball, something lacking taste, style or originality. what forget about it. from new york when they blend together the words to or the get about it. i think the control room just wanted to keep me up on camera to say man-boobs because they thought that was funny. the graphic came up at the very end. >> christa: i'll tell you about the background. there was a discussion whether this should be uttered on camera. >> sarah: like the commercial. man boob, right?
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>> christa: it's not a big deal. however, yolo, come on? you only live once. >> sarah: you're right. you got it. >> christa: all right. 6:43. we have your top stories coming up next. jimmy garoppolo fresh off his excellent effort getting some praise from t.b. 12. >> reporter: we're learning new information about the death of a mother in methuen. where her young son was and who police are now searching for. >> sarah: plus tense with ryan lochte as protesters with ryan lochte as protesters interrupt his dancing narrator: "by almost every measure, public charter schools have been a success." "they are models of inspiration." with "impressive results" and "eye-catching educational gains." it's turned my son's life around. narrator: "charter schools amount to hope" for kids all across massachusetts. question 2 will give parents more choices
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>> it's 6:45, time the know and go. >> reporter: police trying the track down a person of interest after a methuen murder. why the victim's friend thinks that man is behind the attack. >> reporter: plus a threatening situation right outside an elementary school. students with a knife. >> reporter: suspects on the loose after a window is shatdered. why some say this islamic center was hit by hate. >> sarah: all right. 6:45. time the know and go. we have all the day's top stories coming up. >> christa: starting things off with traffic and weather. >> chris: stupendous and splendid look together. that's the definition. 1 in boston. upper 40s, low 50s, fantastic start to the day.
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afternoon. not where we start but it's where we finish. that will be in the lower 80s some a quick ride. by 10:00 a.m., we're pushing 70 degrees. characteristic of a dry, low humidity air mass in place. a . of sunshine. you can quickly warm it up and we will. tomorrow afternoon, watching some scattered storms developing, especially mid to late afternoon. we'll keep an eye to the sky later on in the day. a couple storms may be on the stronger side as the cold front encounters warmth and humidity in place. we're back on thursday. cool start on friday morning. i think many towns friday morning back into the 40s. high temperatures friday afternoon, thursday afternoon, barely pressing 70 degrees. so a nice air mass in place. a lot of sunshine around, and the pick of the weekend will be on saturday. another round of scattered showers and storms likely on sunday. across the board, temperatures close to average if not a few days above it. certainly the warmest days look like they'll be today, this afternoon, and again tomorrow
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especially 4:00, 5:00, 6:00 p.m., thunderstorms could be on the stronger side with gusty winds. keep an eye on it. >> sarah: fast track traffic. here's danielle gersh with all the details. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. we're watching a water main break. you're looking live at the scene here. all southbound lanes are open. one northbound lane remains closed. you can see cars are getting by. but this is causing some delays this morning. let's go to the maps. i'll show you exactly where this is on route 38 on main and it's the rotary under 128 there in woburn. 93 southbound, checking the rest of your ride, stop and go into boston. route 1 not too bad until you get closer to town. braintree to boston northbound on the expressway this morning. close to a half an hour. we're still watching this crash. this is in randolph. 128 southbound at route 28 causing some back-up there. the pike not looking too bad heading in and out of town. let's check those drive times if you're getting ready the head out the door this morning. 18, 25 minutes, right around
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into town on the pike from 128. so not too bad there. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, your longest drive at 28 minutes. back to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, thank you. a manhunt under way after a mother was murdered inside her home in methuen. sources say the victim was strangled while her four-year-old boy was nearby. and this child may have witnessed the crime. >> sarah: now investigators are calling the father of that child a person of interest. 7's victoria warrene methuen with more on the investigation. vicki? >> victoria: good morning, sarah. police are trying to put together the time line in all of this. friends and family stopping by this home here, lighting candles, trying to come to terms with what happened. it was after a well-being check yesterday that police went into this home and discovered the woman's body inside. and this morning they are searching for her ex-boyfriend, emilio delarosa, 32 years old, calling him a person of interest
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girlfriend, 29-year-old wanda. sources telling us that neighbors reported hearing a child screaming, saying, "stop, daddy, stop, daddy." police did tell us they do know that delarosa was in this home with the four-year-old child, that he left with the child, bringing the child to family member's house, and that the family member asked for that well-being check. police also saying there is a history of domestic violence and that restraining order at one point against her ex-boyfriend. so this morning they are still searching for that ex-boyfriend, calling him a person of interest in this investigation. live this morning in methuen, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: new this morning, threats against parents and children at a school in east boston. a man holding this knife slashed them as they were dropping off their kids.
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with more on what happened. nicole? >> nicole: sarah, definitely a scary situation for parents and students who were walking here to the otis elementary school. this all happening last thursday. parents quickly call police after a man was approaching them with a knife. boston police say it was this nine-inch kitchen knife that that 36-year-old suspect was threatening people with. one parent telling investigators that the man made a threat to her. she then quickly grabbed her four-year-old son, walked across the street bothered anymore. when police arrived, they found that man, who was drunk still holding that knife. they were able to make an arrest without much more of an incident. that man now facing a number of charges. that's the latest live in east boston, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: people who worship in new hampshire are calling a sudden smash at their mosque an act of hate. this is a story we first told you about yesterday morning. now police are speaking out about the search for the suspect. for that we head to 7's jennifer
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for us in nashua. jen? >> jennifer: christa, good morning. police are viewing surveillance video from surrounding businesses here, people inside when this happened say they saw three teens, two males and a female, running away through the parking lot when this happened. someone threw a rock through a window at the islamic center of greater nashua sunday night around 8:00. people were inside gathered for prayer when it happened. no one was hurt, but people who worship here believe they were targeted on the they were left feeling uneasy after this. back here live, you can see they have the windows boarded up. nashua police are investigating. they say there is no note left behind to indicate that this was anything more than an act of vandalism. in fact, they say there was another report earlier in the night of three teens in the area throwing rocks at a city sign. live in nashua this morning, jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: in the race for the white house, hillary clinton is speaking out about her near
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brand-new poll out this morning shows a shift. 7's kris anderson joins us now with more. aron christiansen sarah, new information here. this new poll information shows donald trump catching up to hillary clinton. this is the new nbc news survey monkey poll. the numbers show trump only four points behind clinton. she has 48% while the republican candidate with 44%. earlier this summer clinton held a ten-point lead over trump. well, the release of this poll comings as clinton says she i taking a little time off to recover from pneumonia. she canceled a fund-raising trip to san francisco and did her first interview since revealing the diagnosis. clinton says she should have told the public sooner about being sick and instead of attending a 9/11 memorial, she should have been at home resting. >> i'm feeling so much better. obviously i should have gotten some resting sooner. i probably would have been better off if i pulled down my
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lot of people, i just thought i could keep going forward and power through it. obviously that didn't work out so well. >> christa: donald trump meantime says he will share the results of a recent physical he had in the next coming days. live in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: chris, thank you. attorneys coming forward in new hampshire to klim a $487 million jackpot. the winner has decided to stay anonymous but has decided to donate $100,000 t charities. the winning ticket was purchased at a supermarket in raymond back in july. the winner took the lump sum of $256 million after taxes. >> sarah: olympic swimmer ryan lochte will be caught on stage during his dancing debut. the judges were critiquing him on "dancing with the stars." two men rushed the stage. the incident was not shown on live tv but viewers could hear one of the men yelling, "liar!," before the show quickly tossed to commercial. the two men wearing anti-ryan
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security. >> at that moment i was really heartbroken. my heart just sunk. and it fell like someone just ripped it apart. >> sarah: the incident stems from the olympics in rio last month when ryan lochte admitted to making up a story that he and two teammates were robbed at gunpoint. police determined that athletes had actually authorized the bathroom, though. >> christa: prayed braid among the many impressed with the patriots' victory during the regular season opener. brady was forced to watch the win from his home in brooklineful during a radio interview, brady praised jimmy garoppolo, sag he had the deck stacked against him out there. >> jimmy did everything he was asked. to it was a great way the start the season for our team. and especially to be about some of your best players, that was a hard-fought win. that's football in the nfl. >> christa: although he would have much rather been on the
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sunday at home watching with his family. >> sarah: the red sox demolish the orioles at fenway. the sox unveiling a comfortable lead last night. david ortiz hit a solid home run. it was homer number 5:46 for big papi. he has now tied hall of famer picky manal for 17th on major league baseball's all-time home run list. papi has 33 homers this season. sox won 12-2. married after quite the journey. >> christa: the bride had to hitchhike to her own wedding. she's from brookline. look here. the limo got a flat, so she decided, i'm going to hitch a ride. she says a good samaritan picked her up and the bridal party. she was only about a half hour late, chris. >> chris: no cold feet, right? just the breakdown. there 83 in boston this afternoon.
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good morning. recovery effort. hillary clinton and her aides scrambling to explain why she wasn't more up front about her pneumonia diagnosis. the candidate herself speaking out last night. >> i just didn't thinkt >> does downplaying her health scare play right into the hands of her critics as our new poll shows the race is tightening. is this the arsonist? police step up the search for a man caught on camera running from the scene of a devastating fire at a florida mosque. investigators labeling it a possible hate crime. was the suspect targeting muslims? golden parachute. new outrage aimed at wells fargo. why the executive in charge of the unit just busted for opening

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