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>> christa: police arrest a man in east boston after he used this nine-inch knife in order to threaten parents and students outside of the thanks for watching us here on 7 news at noon. i'm christa delcamp. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. it happened outside otis elementary school. it left the witness there is shaken up. nicole oliverio has details on the story you saw first on 7. >> reporter: last thursday, on the first day of school, police say a drunk man was threatening parents and students outside of the east boston school with this knife. parents we spoke with didn't know what happened and were
>> well, that is really scary. i mean, the number one priority, for sure, is to make sure the kids are safe. that is really crazy to hear. >> reporter: the man threat and mother as she was walking her four-year-old son to the front doors. the mom told officers she grabbed her child and crossed the street to avoid the man. when police arrived, they found the 36-year-old suspect still holding the nine-inch kitchen knife. his intentions unclear. but investigators say the man was heavily intoxicated. officers arebsed the suspect. >> that is amazing. yeah. it is good that... you know, because this is a bunch of crazy stuff that happens around here all the time. it is not the best area. you know, it is good to know that the police got ahold of him. report tt school's principal didn't want to talk on camera. administrators say they appreciate how officers handled the situation, saying "they promptly apprehended the suspect and made every effort to disarm the man in such a way so as not to alarm or
that suspect now facing a number of charges, including four for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. in east boston, nicole oliverio, 7 news. >> kris: new details today in a murder in methuen. we are learning more about the criminal history of a person of interest in this case. as police search for a killer. that person of interest is the victim fess east ex-boyfriend. vicker to qa warren is live in methuen with the very latest here. vicky? >> reporter: yeah. we have leard to a protection order, but there was no restraining order that would keep him away from his ex-girlfriend. in fact, we have learned that the ex-girlfriend went to a judge this year. fvbs asking the judge to allow her ex-boyfriend to spend time with her and their child as a family. candles honoring a 29-year-old wan darosa, the victim of a history of violence. all leading up to her tragic
>> it breaks my heart. she was so giving. forgiving, kind. you know, it was tough. >> reporter: sources say rosa was strangled to death, telling 7 news neighbors heard chilling words. her four-year-old son calling out "stop, daddy. stop, daddy." police now searching for the boy's father, emilio de la rosa, saying the 32-year-old is a person of interest. >> yeah. the boy was in the premises and at some point in time, mr. de la rosa took him rosa's house. >> reporter: the couple had violent past. de la rosa pleading guilty. in court paperwork, she said "he slammed me towards the wall and said he would kill me if i got the police involved." de la rosa got out of jail this year. and court papers show his ex-girlfriend had a judge change an order to allow him to once again, see their son. >> she told me, you know, they were kind of talking things
there is nothing she could have done to deserve it. you know, none whatsoever. should have saved in jail the first time. >> reporter: methuen police continue their search today for this ex-boyfriend, calling him a person of interest. the child, we are told, is safe, was unharmed and remains with family members. live in methuen, victoria warren, 7 news. >> christa: now a developing story out of danvers. a 70-year-old woman was struck and killed by a car. sky 7 over the scenea let's go to jennifer eagan in danvers with more on what happened here. jen? >> reporter: chris that, accident happened around 7:00 this morning. just at the time that neighbors say the son does tend to blind drivers coming down road. police are considering that as a possible cause of this accident. the victim was crossing the road to meet a friend. police shut down hobart street in danvers as they investigated a serious accident. a woman in her 70's hit by a
rita keenan says the victim was her friend who was coming to meet her for a morning walk. >> i thought she had tripped. i open the door and i ran to see her. she had traumatic trauma. i mean, i'm a retired nurse. so just looking at her, i knew you know... >> reporter: the driver stopped at the scene. neighbors say he was visibly upset. >> he was very distraught. he was sitting on the grass, and just waiting to see what his t police. it was very unfortunate. >> i didn't see her because the sun is bad here in the morning. >> reporter: the accident happened around 7:00 this morning. local and state police kept the road closed while they collected evidence. by late morning, the driver's honda was towed away and the scene cleared. leaving rita keenan in shock over what happened to her friend. >> to see her this morning, walk... you know, to the edge of the driveway, and shot
>> reporter: police not identifying the victim right now. they say the driver is cooperating. live in danvers, jennifer eagan, 7 news. >> kris: the m.b.t.a. trying to put a rumor to rest. this one was pretty interesting. it involves adele. it started with this facebook post announcing that adele would be making a special appearance at the quincy center train station tomorrow. and the show would be free, nonetheless. but today the m.b.t.a. sent out this tweet with the headline "scam a adele is not doing an impromptu performance at the quincy "t" station do. not show up. and help us spread the word." >> christa: all right now. this is the real deal. beautiful day outside. wonderful temperatures. creeping back up. with lots of sun out there. here is meteorologist chris lambert. chris? >> chris: we have come a long way, christa. look at the lows this morning. low to mid-40's. five hours of sunshine and a southwest wind. we are knocking on the door-step of 80 degrees in
79 now in bedford. very close to the low 80's. we will eclipse that and get into about 83, 84 by midafternoon. looking at all of the sunshine across new england, you have to extend back into the midwest before you can find a front that will provide some scattered showers and storms. that will happen tomorrow. until then, enjoy today. temperatures are 82-84 across the region. tomorrow afternoon, especially after 3:00, 4:00 p.m., we will track the scattered storms in re another warm day. 86, 88 degrees. another cool front with fall-like air comes in to end the week. that forecast ahead. >> kris: a woman suffered minor injuries when a tree fell on her car while she was driving. take a look at this video. it happened in dover at farm and bridge streets this morning. the woman was taken to the hospital. crews have cleared the tree off of the road since. >> christa: police searching for three suspects who apparently threw rocks through a window at the islamic society of greater nashua
a total of three rocks were thrown at the window. one went through, almost hit somebody who was inside. the president of the society says they believe they were targeted because it was the 15th anniversary of 9-11. >> we pray here, sometimes five times a day. if it happens, people will be afraid to come here at night. >> christa: police are collecting surveillance video from businesses in the area to try to track down the vandals. white house is getting closer. this is the weekly nbc news survey monkey poll. take a look. donald trump now only four points behind hillary clinton. she has 48%. trump with 44%. earlier this summer, hillary clinton held a ten-point lead over her republican rival. meanwhile, hillary clinton continues to stay at home and rest after she announced a diagnosis of pneumonia over the weekend. and she is opening up about this health scare that has raised some questions.
>> reporter: after nearly collapsing from dehydration, hillary clinton is home this morning in new york, tweeting "i'm feeling fine and getting better." and "i'm just anxious to get back out there." she tells cnn why she did not disclose the pneumonia diagnosis earlier. >> i just didn't think it was going to be that big a deal. >> reporter: today president bill clinton heads to the west coast in her place. and president obama campaigns for clinton in philadelphia. ou please? >> reporter: like clinton, someone got overheated at a donald trump rally. but he is not focused on clinton's health. instead, trump is hitting the airways. >> you know what's deploreable? hillary clinton viciously demoning... demonizing hard-working people like you. >> reporter: and demanding an apology from clinton for calling his supporters a
>> she talks about people like they are objects, not human beings. >> reporter: clinton says she regrets how many she labeled. but she insists extremists are backing trump. for now she is making her case from behind closed doors. hillary clinton home under doctor's orders for a few more days. bill clinton will be in california and nevada subbing for her today and tomorrow. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. >> kris: a trump supporter appearing to grab a protester him in the face. this happened at a rally in north carolina. as the protester was escorted out, the supporter appears to try grabbing a female protester who was also leaving. the trump supporter did not have to leave and was not arrested are. a co-founder of linksin is trying to get donald trump to release his tax records... the goal is to raise $1 million to be donated to veterans groups if donald trump will release
>> christa: colin kaepernick sparking a series of sideline demonstrations. he continued that protest last night. he and teammate eric reed knelt during the national anthem. to protest social injustice. other players raised their fists. kaepernick entered last night's game in the fourth carrer, received a mixed reaction from the home fans. the 49ers won it 28-0. and count tom brady among the many people pats victory. in the regular season opener. the star quarterback says he is also impressed with how jimmy garoppolo played in his first career n.f.l. start. brady was forced to watch sunday's win from his home in brookline. he is still serving a four-game suspension from the n.f.l. during his weekly monday night interview with westwood one radio, brady praised garoppolo for playing well despite having the deck stacked against him in arizona. >> he did everything he was
it is tough to go on the road. especially to be without some of your best players. it was a hard-fought win. and you know, that is football in the n.f.l. >> christa: brady said he enjoyed spending sunday with his family even though he wanted to be back on the field. >> kris: could you imagine being in his living room when they mised that kick at the end of the game. the patriots getting a makeover. the team tweeted out the picture of the new color rush jersey. and the sleeves have stripes of white outlined in red. pretty cool-looking. this is the patriots' first new jersey since way back in 2003. >> christa: coming up, more troubling with a galaxy smartfone. what happened while a young boy was playing a video game. >> kris: outpouring support for this longtime ice cream vendor in chicago. >> chris: temperatures in the low 80's.
>> kris: all right. we were chatting this morning about september. like, the perfect month. >> we could hit pause. >> christa: pumpkins. we could go on and on. >> chris: the cider doughnuts, the highlight for me and football. right? if we could have, like, six months to a row, we would be all set. then fast forward to april. west to southwesterly wind at 14 miles an hour. hey, we enjoy winter sports as well. upper 70's across the board. 80 in portsmouth right now. quite the recovery from where we started this morning. in the 40's in a lot of
the cooler spots at 43 degrees. finishing off at 83, 84. look at that. 40-degree swing during day from morning to afternoon. wind out of the west, swebs. it is steady. it is strong enough to hold back the sea breeze. we are not going to have a sea breeze in boston this afternoon. here is the map. looks like i'm showing you a blank map which is good for sunshine here. satellite and radar composite, very quiet. we are not showing any clouds now, north of new england, up into southern canada, and back into the midwest, we have some showers and storms. that is along and out ahead of the cool front. that cool front, as it closes into new england tomorrow, will provide us with some more clouds around in the afternoon. eventually, we will catch some scattered showers and storms. every town get hit? no, not tomorrow. cold air aloft moving. in and some stronger winds aloft. could get a couple of storms on the feistier side.
we will keep an eye on that. cool fall-like feel, once again, by thursday. that will feature itself here friday morning. many towns back into the low to mid-40's for overnight lows. even boston, into the mid-50's. scattered storms tomorrow in the afternoon. marginal risk before one or two thunderstorms out there. strong wind gusts. with will keep an eye on. that again, not all towns will see it. 40% of us will likely pick up on a passing shower or thunderstorm for tomorrow afternoon. and early evening. that is not going to put a dent in the extreme drought that is ongoing across much of eastern massachusetts. pollen counts on the moderate side the next few days. dropping off a little built by the time we get into friday. sun-filled skies this afternoon. warmer day overall. a lot of us between 80-82 degrees. clear to partly cloudy tonight. comfortable. the forecast for tomorrow, a
maybe 87 or 88 in a few towns. humidity sneaks back up. scattered storms. not for long. other side of the front will cool us back down on thursday. the pick of the weekend will be on saturday, sunday. some showers and storms scattered about. >> kris: all right. a story about ice cream that will warm your heart. this is out of chicago. an 89-year-old man, you see him here, sells popsicles out of that push-cart every summer. he is not going to have to do that any longer. when a photo of this man went viral, the neighbors pitched in and helped him >> christa: they were able to raise more than $200 thouf for this man in two days. 89-year-old struggling to push his cart through chicago. he was later found with his cart on 26th street in the windy city, selling his ice cream and popsicles. it is a job he has been doing for 20 years. but only in the summer. and on nice winter days. he leaves every morning, pushing the 50-pound cart for as long as he can.
other case, $80. >> everybody has a lot of respect for him. because he is a hard worker. and now that everything became so big and everybody is actually giving the respect, it is just amazing. >> christa: he was finally slowing down. then his daughter who helped support him and his wife died in june. when this picture business taken and the go fund me account started, it was with the hope of helping him take a day off here and there. but what happened warmed the hearts of everybody involved. >> on the optimistic side, i was thinking he might get $2,000. you know. maybe we will get him a week off. we got him retired. that is pretty awesome. >> christa: he didn't ask for the help and was determined to work. now the kindness of friends and strangers has changed his world dramatically. he says he can finally rest. >> what will you say to all the people that gave you all this money?
>> christa: nice they can spend a little more time together. he plans to buy his wife a present. he can kick his feet up and relax a little bit. >> kris: i bet he is still out there on the weekends. you do something for so long, you will miss it. >> christa: he is dedicated. for sure. >> kris: another sideline controversy. this time at a local high school. a worcester student says he was suspended over an anthem protest. but the school has a different story. >> christa: a chaotic scene at dancing with the stars. someone charges the stage
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>> kris: ryan on dancing with the stars. you see what happened here. lochte had just wrapped up performing on stage when those hecklers rushed the dance floor. security stepped in and got those men quickly out of the studio. >> excuse me! back off! >> kris: ryan lochte's road to redemption may have gotten off on the foot. lochte and cheryl burke were being critiqued by the judges
>> at that moment, i was heartbroken. my heart just sunk. and it fete like someone just ripped it apart. >> kris: the incident wasn't shown on live tv. 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 going through my head right now. a little hurt. you know, i came out here. i wanted to do something that i'm completely not comfortable with. and i d >> kris: the two men were detained by security. they wore shirts that had lochte's name crossed out. there were other people in the crowd, too with the same shirts. they were escorted out. witnesses describe the scary scene. >> he didn't see it coming. i don't think he saw it coming. fs wonder that, too. what were they going to do. they wanted to make a stand on television for their country. which is actually... >> kris: lochte is at the
he and three other teammates were robbed at gunpoint in rio. he later admitted to matt lauer that he made up most of the story and a police investigation determined he had vandalized a gas station bathroom. ryan lochte did apologize for the incident in rio. but that didn't stop u.s. swimming from suspending him for ten months. lochte has also been barred from the 2017 world chafer and is going to have to forfeit any money he would have been paid for the gold medal that he won during if olympic games. news, a scary scene caught on camera. fast plane skidding along the runway, as it tries to land. >> kris: wow. up next, a bride has come up with a last-minute transportation solution when her limousine got a flat tire
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to hitchhike to her own wedding when her limo got a flat tire. she says a good samaritan picked up her and her bridal party and chauffeured them to the venue. she was about 30 minutes late. the rest of the wedding was amazing. >> christa: i love. that make it happen. right? >> kris: are you really late? they can't start without her. >> christa: she is kind of the main event. the red sox releasing details of how they plan to honor david ortiz in his final games at fenway. draes u.s. putting bombers in the skies after the latest
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>> christa: police arrest a man in east boston after he used this nine-inch knife to threaten parents and students outside of a school. welcome back, everybody. i'm christa del it is camp. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. it happened outside otis elementary school. it left witnesses shaken up. nicole oliverio has details on a story you saw first on 7. >> reporter: parents droming off children without any problems this morning. last thursday, a drunk man was threatening parents and students outside of the east boston school with this knife. parents we spoke with didn't know what happened and were stunned to find out. >> well, that is really scary. i mean, number one priority, for sure, is, you know, to make sure the kids are safe. that is really crazy to hear. report t man threatened a mother as she was walking her four-year-old son to the front
grabbed her child and crossed the street to avoid the man. when police arrived, they found the 36-year-old suspect still holding the nine-inch kitchen knife. his intentions unclear. but investigators say the man was heavily intoxicated. officers quickly and safely arrested the suspect. >> that is amazing. yeah. it is good that they... you know, there is a bunch of crazy stuff that happens around here all the time. it is not the best area. you know, it is good to know that the police got ahold of him. report tt principal didn't want to talk on camera. administrators say they appreciate how officers handled the situation saying they promptly apprehended the suspect and made effort effort to disarm the man in sump a way not to place fear in children still arriving for school. in east boston, nicole oliverio, 7 news.
we are learning more about the criminal history of this person of interest in the case. f as police search for a killer. that person of interest is the victim's ex-boyfriend. victoria warren has more. >> reporter: candles honoring 29-year-old wan darosa. victim of a history of violence. all leading up to her tragic death inside her methuen home. >> it breaks my heart. she was so giving. forgiving, kind. it was tough. >> reporter: sources say rosa was strangled to death. telling 7 news neighbors heard chilling words. her four-year-old son calling out. >> stop, daddy. stop, daddy. " police now searching for the boy's father, emilio de la rosa, saying the 32-year-old is a person of interest. >> the boy was in the premises. at some point in time, mr. de la rosa took him to a relative's house. >> reporter: the couple had a violent past. de la rosa was accused of
and assaulting her nmplt court paperwork, she said "he slammed me towards the wall and said he would kill me if i ever got the police involved." de la rosa got out of jail this year. and court papers show his ex-girlfriend had a judge change an order to allow him to once again see their son. >> she told me, you know, they were kind of talking things out. for the sake of her son. i mean, there was nothing she could have done to deserve it. none whatsoever. he should have saved in jail the first time. >> kris: now turning to the forecast. sure we could tell you about it. why not just show you? because it is another beautiful day outside. temperatures creeping back up. with lots of sunshine. chris lambert with a look at that forecast. >> chris: certainly, surging back up over the last few hours. we have gone from the 40's this morning. in a lot of suburbs to. close to 80 degrees right now. 79 is the common number from nashua to boston. to norwood. 78 in new bedford.
across new england. enjoying a nice sunny afternoon. outside lunch. you may not want to come back to the auferls. right? 83 in boston this afternoon. 83 in norwood. 83 in attleboro. 84 through the merrimack valley. upper 70's across many of the worcester hills. lower el vagues like fitchburg, coming in at 82 degrees. mid-70's across the cape and the islands. heading there this afternoon. warm and muggy tomorrow. some scatterto track. more on the forecast ahead. >> christa: police are searching for two men wanted for attempted assault with a dangerous weapon. two women were leaving a bar in quincy back on september 1 when men asked for a ride to a hotel. the suspects allegedly ran off. after threatening to hit one of the women with a beer bottle. also, a judge has sentenced a man to at least 11 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to stealing nearly $5 million
massachusetts. now, this happened back in march of 2015. the truck was transporting the gold from florida. when the robber stopped it in north carolina. three men tied up the drivers and then stole the gold. only one bar since has been recovered. >> kris: a high school football player creating a built of controversy on the sidelines in worcester: you see the picture here. that player taking a knee in response to an n.f.l. player's national anthem protest. now this player says he was suspended f says. taking a stand by taking a knee. as doherty memorial's mike oppong refused to stand during the national anthem. >> i feel like there was a lot of injustice happening for black people all around. >> reporter: he says the 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick inspired him to make this silent protest before last friday's game against leominster. >> i realized it was actually something i could do. >> kris: he later posted on twitter that he had been
story blew up. black lives matter leaders posted messages of support. >> some are calling me a hero. i'm not trying to be a hero. i'm just trying to help justice be served. >> kris: the superintendent of schools in worcester wants to clear the air saying at no time was oppong ever suspended. >> there can be no displayer... disciplinary action done to anybody that does not stand. >> kris: the superintendent dnd find out what hne until sunday. it was a miscommunication between the player and the coach. >> we want to build leadership skills in students. we hope that they find constructive ways to voice what's important to them. >> kris: his teammates stand by him. even if they don't necessarily agree with what he did. >> i support him 100%. i felt like what he did was right. standing up for what he believes in. >> i respect what he is doing. i mean, he should stand for
>> kris: now, oppong will be on the field for friday's game. he plans to, once again, kneel during the anthem. >> christa: more news now. fast man breaking down during his arraignment. he is facing murder charges for allegedly stabbing a woman to death. in danville, new hampshire. here you see him. richard moore. wiping away tears during his arraignment monday. police arrested him late friday night. they charged him with second-degree murder. police say moore killed the woman over the labor day weekend. and they allowed who is a registered sex offender to rent a room in her home in order to help pay the mortgage. >> kris: >> kris: a saugus mother will be spending four years behind bars after pleading guilty to raping two teenagers. she admitted to having sex with the two boys in 2014 and sharing nude photos with them. a judge sentenced the 40-year-old to three years probation. boston police are trying to solve a 40-year-old murder mystery that involves a teenage girl.
missing and exploited children releasing this new sketch of the 15-year-old on monday. she was found in maryland back in 1976. 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. >> christa: the united states flying bombers over its ally nation south korea to send a message to the north. this comes after north korea's fifth nuclear test recently. by u.s. and south korean jets and got about 75 miles away from the north korean border. >> kris: a mosque in florida was torched. it happened to be the same mosque attended by the orlando nightclub shooter and now investigators want to know if there is a link between the two. here is sarah french. >> sarah: with just minutes to go, on a solemn day, 9-11, an arsonist set a fire at a florida mosque.
the sames no mosque where the pulse nightclub shoot othercationally worshipped. now investigators have a useful clue to find a suspect. a security camera caught a man running from the scene. his arm waving. officials say possibly because he burned himself when setting the fire. whoever it was, drove in on a motorcycle. 911 calls came in shortly after. >> it looks like a church. i'm assuming it is a church. >> you see flames >> i see, like, a whole bunch of smoke. >> one commercial structure. about 25% involved at this time. >> sarah: yesterday morning, more than a hundred members of the mosque had planned to hold service here for the holiest day of the islamic faith. instead, they hastily joined a congregation at a nearby mosque. >> everybody is obviously saddened and scared about it. you know, our community is bigger than a building.
mateen killed 49 people in orlando at a gay nightclub, there have been numerous threats and violent attacks at the islamic center: in july, a member was beaten up by a stranger in the parking lot. >> it is unacceptable to try to think that because of the actions of one criminal individual, that others would have to be somehow be held accountable for it. that is un-american. >> sarah: sarah french, 7 news. >> kris: no one was inside when the fire started. it is still not clear yet what exactly the arsonist used to start f >> christa: new details now about a six-year-old boy from brooklyn recovering after a samsung galaxy core phone exploded in his hands. over the weekend. relatives say the boy was playing a game. that is when it burst into flames. firefighters say that he suffered minor burns. no recalls, we should note, related to the galaxy core. but samsung has recalled its note 7 phones due to exploding batteries. >> kris: scary slide for a
take a look at it. the plane going into a skid as it tries land on the runway. an official says it was trying to land in foggy weather. the plane was carrying fuel that was to be distributed to remote areas. there were no reports of any injuries. >> kris: just ahead, another career milestone for david ortiz. the sox get a win back home against the orioles. >> kris: a special dedication for the man who inspired the als ice bucket challenge. honoring him. every time a new charter school opens in massachusetts, it takes funding away from regular public schools in that area.
>> christa: well, as chris has said before, we take a look at this beautiful scene outside. the complaint department is officially shut down: i don't think it gets any better than today. it is not humid. it is sunny. it is gorgeous. of answering that complaint line has nothing to do. we sent him to get coffee, chris. >> chris: we left the phone off the hook. it is closed. forget it. take an extended coffee break. we have enjoyed a lot of dry weather over the summer. i guess if there is one thing to complain about is the ongoing drought and the brownness of the lawn.
the cool overnights show their teeth here as temperatures dip down into the 40's. we had that the last couple of mornings in the suburbs. look at the afternoon. we are already back in the upper 70's to near 80 degrees. we will head to 82-84 across the area this afternoon. low humidity air mass. when off lot of sunshine and the southwesterly wind. you warm it up quickly during the day. we have certainly seen that throughout the afternoon. buffalo, new york, dew point, 58. 62 in d.c. not oppressive stuff. there is some more humidity off to the south of us. that will work on in. as we go through wednesday. not today, though. sunshine, low humidity. we will continue the theme of where we are early this afternoon. cold front west of us. that will move through with some scattered showers tomorrow. a couple of showers and storms that we do get will likely contain some gusty winds.
with the damaging wind gusts. we will keep an eye on that. any time after 3:00, 4:00 p.m., it is fair game, starting initially, north and west of boston, through southern new hampshire and western massachusetts. then progressing into the boston met role area. then off to the south. through 7:00 or 8:00 in the evening. doesn't mean it is going to rain for four hours. it is just that that is the timing of it. between 3:00, 4:00 p.m. for the start. then ending around 8:00 p.m. to see this line of storms go from northwest to southeast ro sun-filled skies. warm afternoon. temperatures in the lower 80's. great night at fenway. baseball weather, perfect. in september here. at times. we have that... we have temperatures holding into the low 70's initially. then faying back into the upper 6's in boston. in fact, late overnight, i think we will be about 65 in boston. 58 in the cooler suburbs. not quite as cool overnight tonight. as the last couple of overnights.
southwesterly wind. we will increase the humidity a bit again. any time after 3:00 or 4:00 p.m., keep an eye to the sky. in the tropics, middle of the atlantic, nowhere close to land, another tropical storm ian. winds of 45 miles an hour. moving north. since it is 1500-plus miles off the east coast, it is going to move north, this is going to stay well away from the united states. the 7 on 7 forecast. through the week, we have some ups and downs. we are trening warmer this afternoon. certainly, warm tomorrow afternoon. fall-like feel to the air on thursday and friday. even into saturday. a couple more dals of complaint departmentst being closed as we head into the weekend. although on sunday, we will find some scattered showers and storms. the pick of the weekend will be on saturday, guys. >> kris: endicott college will dedicate a ceremony to preet
bucket challenge. he is from beverly. he is a former baseball player. >> christa: big win at fenway. another milestone for david ortiz. boston holding a comfortable lead in the sixth. big papi hit a solo home run. it is number 536 for his career. that ties him with mickey mantle for 17th on the all-time list. the sox won it 12-2. meantime, the red sox are starting to reveal some information about the celebration being planned for big papi during the final some series this y each sox player will wear patches on their jerseys and hats honoring ortiz when the sox close out the season against the blue jays from september 30 to october 2. ortiz, of course, retiring at the end of the season and will be missed. >> kris: he will be. coming up, a dream come true for a third-grader in new york. wile he got to spend the day
>> kris: a young boy in new york able to be on the force for a day. he is a nine-year-old currently fighting brain cancer. >> christa: for one day, he was able to put everything aside. and step up to the plate. alongside some of his hometown heroes. for nine-year-old colin, it is a dream come true. >> my favorite part about it is the badges. >> christa: he was sworn in in front of dozens of officers and his third-grade class. colin's mom said she is something she will never forget. >> it meant so much to us. i mean, i was, like, genuinely the proud mother of a police officer this morning. >> christa: it is the latest accomplishment for colin who has undergone six brain surgeries as he battles brain cancer. his father says even during the hardest times, nothing can
>> colin doesn't look al obstacles the way i have seen most people. he sees every day as an opportunity to have fun. if he is having a challenge or tough time, he usually bounces back with a laugh or a joke. >> it is inspiring. and he has touched the hearts of every single officer you see here. i know he is the bravest kid i have ever met. i know he will take this job seriously. >> i just like helping people. >> you know, his time is limit. i don't want him to ever be forgotten. >> christa: it's pretty clear that won't happen. and the city also announcing that going forward, september 12 will be colin day. >> kris: some breaking news. sky 7 hd over the scene of a
home there. this is in cohasset. it is right near the ocean. on russ way in cohasset. thick white smoke. firefighters there on the ground. they are working to try and obviously get that fire under control. again, this is on rust way in cohasset. sky 7 over the scene. this isn't too far from the ocean. so obviously, it is a story we will continue to follow as it develops. hopefully, the firefighters can get this under control. >> chris: the forecast next. how long the sunshine lasts
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>> kris: tomorrow afternoon, we should see some scattered showers and storms enter the area. one of storms could be locally strong. keep an eye on that. fall-like feel on thursday and friday as well. saturday. scattered showers and storls on sunday, guys. >> kris: 7 news continues first at 4:00. see you then v. a great afternoon. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump says he alone can fix the
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