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so, think about it: new hampshire can choose the special interests' senator with kelly ayotte... or a people's senator, for a change. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. >> sarah: we are following breaking news. a tense five-hour-long standoff at a convenience store in rehoboth coming to a dramatic end. that man was surrounded by swat teams. taken into custody, he jumped out of the car and took off. we want to get to nicole oliverio with the breaking details. nicole? >> reporter: a dramatic scene playing out here at the cumberland farms. the suspect was taken away in an ambulance. you can see police remain here on the scene collecting evidence. all of this starting just before 7:00 this morning. a nearly five-hour-long
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away running. but officers were ready and quickly made an arrest. a spokesperson for the store says around 7:00 this morning, a man walked in and threatened to hurt one of the employees. everyone inside made it out safely. but the suspect remained. allegedly, threatening to blow up the store. >> we really didn't see anything. we looked down the street. and there was cop cars. that is all we saw. we weren't sure what was going on. >> reporter: police blocked off a large stretch of routes 44 and 118. causing a major detour and forcing stores country kitchen to close for the day. >> it hurts. we are a little mom-and-pop trying to get started. this doesn't help the situation. >> reporter: police from nearby departments have the store surrounded. it is unclear what the man said to store employees or what the demands are, if any. cumberland farms employees remained closed to the scene. they couldn't talk about what happened. a spokesperson says no one inside was hurt. >> it is scary. we go to cumberland farms every day.
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>> reporter: we are still waiting for an update from rehoe bot police. as you can see, several agencies remain here on the scene. collecting evidence. the standoff came to an end when police used the flash grenades and then caught the suspect after he tried running away. break nicole, thank you. police in ohio a 13-year-old boy. columbus police opened fire when the teen pulled a gun from his waistband wednesday night. it turned out to be a b.b. gun. police say the teen and two other males matched the descriptions of the robbery suspects. now officials in ohio say they are investigating that officer's actions. >> once the investigation is complete, the prosecutor will present that to a grand jury. and the grand jury will then decide whether or not criminal charges should be filed.
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the street to perform their job if i don't trust them to be capable of doing so. >> anchor: the officer involved is now on administrative leave. >> sarah: also on 7: a dollar store employee called to court. he is facing alarming allegations. accused of videotaping customers inside the dollar tree store in malden. steve cooper live at the courthouse with all the details. >> reporter: so that suspect you talked about came to court here this morning. he pleaded not guilty to the charges. but according to investigators, they captured the whole incident on store security surveillance cameras. 29-year-old christopher molina had no comment after facing a judge in malden district court on charges of upskirting and photographing an unsuspecting nude person. investigators say molina was arrested last night after witnesses told police they saw him taking pictures with his
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on broadway in malden. molina, an employee at the store, was working at the time. the victim was an unsuspecting customer. and it was witnesses who confronted molina and alerted the manager. >> you can tell there is awkwardness and tension. nobody is talking about anything. >> reporter: sources say police have seized molina's cell phone and surveillance video from inside the store that captures the incident on camera. >> have you done this before or was this a first time for you? can you tell us why youe >> reporter: police are talking about the incident. detectives want to know if this was an isolated incident or if molina has done this before. prosecutors were requesting strict conditions for his release. >> we would ask that mr. molina stay away and not contact the named victim and the witnesses in this case. and stay away from the store in question. the dollar store. on broadway street in malden. >> reporter: so molina was released on personal
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conditions ordered by the judge. he returns to court here next month. malden police tell us their investigation is ongoing. steve cooper, 7 news. >> anchor: steve, thank you. 7 news now focusing on the forecast. we take a live look outside at the boston skyline. a beautiful sunny afternoon in the city. how long will this weather stick around? let's get over to danielle gersh standing by with details. danielle, it is cool out there today. >> danielle: much cooler than yesterday. yesterday we hit 90. not going to be the case today. feeling much more fall-li official start of fall. 37 days away from the head of the charles. 46 days away from halloween. sarah is already talking about it. current temperatures out the door in the 60's. 65 right now in boston. 66 down along the cape. 62, the current temperature in worcester. here sa look at the satellite and radar. mostly clear skies. we will see mostly sunshine today. with some cloud cover. scattered. for the most part, it is a sunny day. those dew points mostly in the
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dew points are going to stay in check for the next couple of days. highs this afternoon, only climbing into the upper 60's. and low 70's. we are actually going to be below average today. we will get closer to that average temperature tomorrow. then as we head into the weekend, upper 70's. but we do have to talk about the chance for some rain sunday into monday. more on that coming up. back to you guys. >> sarah: more news today: the search for a missing swimmer continues in a pond in resurface wednesday afternoon when he and two friends jumped out of a boat and into the water. the coast guard searched by helicopter and by boat. crews had to call off their search last night due to a thunderstorm. >> anchor: a 17-year-old will face a judge today after he stabbed a man during a violent home invasion. according to investigators, the teen entered a home on livingston avenue last night and demanded money before stabbing a 25-year-old man several times. the victim was taken to
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>> sarah: police are investigating criminal concerns in braintree. this could put hundreds of suspects back on the street. investigators say a former officer tampered with evidence and lawyers are already asking for judges to drop their case. >> reporter: missing evidence from the braintree police department contained hundreds of criminal days. this newly released audit says almost 5,000 pieces of narcotics evidence property evidence and more than $400,000 in seized cash went missing. >> i find the auditor's report of unaccounted-for items and poor record-keeping practices by the police department to be deeply troubling. and unacceptable. >> reporter: the alarming turn of events began in may with the suicide of officer susan zapotti who was in charge of the evidence room. she took her own life days
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and at least two of the guns that turned up missing were found in her home. fallout has already started. today, a 47-year-old stephen o'brien, allegedly caught on surveillance vild owe trying to kidnap a 13-month-old child in a store and also had a previous drug charge will now have those charges thrown out. despite county prosecutors having a strong case. >> with the current state of the evidence room in braintree, we cannot prosecute the case at this stage. report tt defense also be dropped. >> this is really going to open up a can of worms or a whole pandora's box. in that they may have to look at some of these prior convictions. people either pleaded guilty in the face of evidence that could have been tampered with or they lost trials and they may have to try to undo all of that. >> anchor: an hours-long standoff in brentwood, new hampshire comes to an end when a man commits suicide.
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barricaded himself inside with a gun. people who were trying to get home were kept out of their neighborhood during that standoff. >> sarah: new details in the search for an alleged killer in methuen. we are now seeing new photos of the suspect's tattoos. authorities release these two pictures, hoping it will help catch emilio de la rosa. he has a big cross on his neck and upper back and then on his arm. police say their four-year-old son witnessed the crime. >> anchor: a murder suspect's cell phone helped police track him to rhode island days after he allegedly gunned down a north carolina police officer. police in coventry, rhode island arrested irving fenner yesterday morning. fenner is accused of shooting a shelby, north carolina officer on saturday. he is being held without bail right now. now to the race for the white house. hillary clinton will be back on the campaign trail today.
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since sunday, as she recovers from pneumonia. the democrat will hold an event in greensboro, north carolina. this is her first stop since taking a break after video surfaced of her unsteady on her feet at a 9-11 memorial on sunday. the former secretary of state colin powell slamming trump and clinton in leaked e-mails. now officials are saying they believe the hackers have ties to russian intelligence services. powell called trump a national disgrace and said clinton was greedy. of the e-mail, saying the hackers have a lot more. >> sarah: donald trump will be in laconia, new hampshire tonight for a rally at the middle school there. recent polls show clinton with a 5% lead over trump in the granite state. that is a lower lead than she had in august. trump visited an african-american church in flint, michigan yesterday. and when he started attacking clinton, a pastor there stepped in to stop him. >> i invited you here to thank
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>> okay. that is good. >> sarah: as trump heads to new hampshire, a break from tradition there. the first time in a century the union leader is not endorsing a republican in the presidential election. instead, they are been aing libertarian candidate gary johnson. remember, 7 news is your political headquarters on air and on-line in the race for the white house. we will have live reports from donald trump's event starting tonight at 5:00. >> anchor: coming up, keeping an eye on the commut r avoid trouble on the tracks. >> sarah: rolling out: city officials discuss the use of driverless cars in boston. >> danielle: much cooler today. how long the fall-like weather sticks around and we need to talk about your weekend and the chance for some rain coming up next in the forecast. >> anchor: all right, danielle. if you see breaking news or have a story idea, we want to hear from you. call us on the 7 news tip line.
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v.o.: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump. trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. v.o.: ayotte agrees, voting six times to do just that, defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: well i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. v.o.: ayotte and trump,
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is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> sarah: right now we are tracking julia. the system being down hmp graded to a tropical depression. but the remnants are still hitting the south hard, dumping rain on georgia and south carolina. hundreds of people are without power and some roads have been closed as well. >> and the wind was howling outside of my house. the rain was pouring. come through the backyard. this is like a magnet for that stuff. >> sarah: julia is expected to linger off the coast the next few days. north carolina could still see some rain today. >> anchor: we really could use some of the rain. you hate to give up these beautiful days. >> sarah: a lot of people don't want to see that rain on the weekend. >> danielle: especially you. >> sarah: i know. birthday party. a lot of people at gillette on
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coming up and her daughter's first birthday, too. feeling more like fall. 65 in boston currently. your dew point, right around 50 degrees. it is not too bad. dew point is going to stay in check for the next couple of days. look at this, though. the temperature change map. 24 hours ago, it was 20 degrees warmer in boston. 18 degrees warmer in norwood. definitely feeling the difference today. feeling those cooler temperatures. and it's hard to believe we also had a thunderstorm. that means now we have had 22 90-degree days so far in 2016. on average, we should only see about 13 of those. it has been warm. looking ahead, we are storm-free. you can see looking into the rest of the day and then into tomorrow, this is the timeline. we will see the mix of sunshine and clouds. so we are not watching any storms for tailed or tomorrow. high pressure slowly will move
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will watch for this front. this is going to move in sunday into monday. so notice saturday, you are storm-free. and mostly sunny until the afternoon. that is when you will start to notice those clouds increase. and then putting this into play, sunday into monday. that is when we could see some showers. they could be heavy at times. west we will have a slow-moving front. as well as some tropical moisture working its way up north. we could see some showers sunday and even lingering into monday, too. those temperatures going to stayn ... 70's. the drought monitor updated today. last week, extreme drought. was only for 23% of the state. now more than half the state in an extreme drought. we really do need any rain we can get. rain defer sit since january 1, up to about ten inches. so the rain is a much welcome thing. for today, much cooler, sunny, a few clouds. temperatures in the upper 6's. into the low 70's. we need to talk about tonight. it is going to be a very cool night. those dew points are down.
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upper 40's. into the low 50's. look at these numbers. plans tonight early tomorrow morning, you will want the sweaters. tomorrow, another cool day. getting closer to average temperatures. 70-75. mostly sunny with sunshine. here is a look at your forecast. for today, cooler, 70. tomorrow, 74. the weekend looks good. saturday is your better day. and then by tuesday and wednesday, back to the 80's. >> sarah: all right. we will listen in now to a breaking news press conference following this standoff in rehoboth that has finally come to an end. let's listen. in. >> but we have yet to search the vehicle and determine if there were any weapons or bombs there. >> do you know why he had a cordless phone? >> he took that off the counter when he went into cumberland farms, for whatever reason. i don't know if he had an altercation with the girl in there.
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i don't know what his motive for that was. >> anybody besides the suspect? >> no. (inaudible) >> that was reported during the standoff. you know, the thing you have to understand is, so they were in the armored cars, if you will. reported to one of his supervisors. had something in his waistband that appeared to be the butt of a gun. we have yet to determine. >> did you say what the charges against him may be? >> we are still sorting that out at this point in time. at this point, we are just glad to have him in custody. nobody has been injured. and we will move forward from this point. i will certainly advise you of
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similar to this? >> no. no. >> how far away were the officers when they were in the vehicles? >> the closest swat officers were within ten feet. >> what kind of vehicle was it that he rammed into? >> yes. they brought two armored vehicles. in they put one in front of his vehicle. and one in back. because they were afraid at some point, he may jump behind the wheel and attempt to flee. so to minimize that, they placed the two vehicles right up against his car front and back. they remained there with swat members around their vehicles. throughout the standoff. he had extensive conversation with the crisis negotiators. we are trying to talk him into,
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>> was he making any demands? >> not that i'm aware of. i wasn't involved in that end of it. directly. when we bring in the regional swat team, they have a team of negotiators that they bring in. so i wasn't, i wasn't really on that end to hear specifically what the conversations were. >> there was an officer in the vehicle >> there was... the one that he backed into, there were swat officers in those vehicles, yes. >> do you know what triggered him to sort of ram the vehicle and then, obviously,... was it something that happened prior to that? >> for some reason, he jumped over into the seat and threw the car into reverse. struck the vehicle. and then jumped out and
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he was driving a silver saturn s.u.v., i believe it was. >> you said you didn't negotiate with him directly. i mean,... >> he was making threats to the officers. he was in a very agitated state. so he is at morton hospital. he will be evaluated by the crisis team down there. there could be some mental health issues as well. that will need to be determined at morton hospital. but he was in a very agitated state. continuously threatening the officers. at one point, when the second and third officers arrived, he pulled the gas off the pump and threatened to blow the place up. shortly after the swat team arrived on scene, he leaned out of the vehicle, grabbed
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was not successful. we had the pumps shut down immediately. >> sarah: all right. a press conference from the rehoboth police about this standoff at cumberland farms. we do know, as we see in the video, the suspect was in the passenger seat of this car before he took off. thankfully, though, we have learned no one was hurt in this. but rehoboth police throughout all of, this even after the suspect was taken into custody, he continued threatening police. even trying to this... light this area on fire. unsuccessfully, thankfully. >> anchor: he pulled the gas hose off the pump and threatened to blow up the store there. cumberland farms saying they had shut down the gas pumps after all of this began. this began, apparently, when he threatened an employee there. police responded. this is on winthrop street in rehoboth. after a five-hour standoff, police did make an arrest. >> sarah: we will have much more on this with a live
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>> sarah: for the commuter rail, seeing is believing. and keolis workers see a smoother commute thanks to a new high-tech tool. technicians are now using smart glasses. >> anchor: when there is trouble on the tracks, the new glasses can help solve problems in real-time. cheryl fiandaca got an
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>> this is kevin mullan. i'm on the 2036. i have a driver not working. >> reporter: kevin mullan is trouble-shooting a problem on the train using smart eyeglasses. >> you there? >> oh, yeah. >> reporter: it is designed to help train drivers make emergency repairs on the spotst. while passengers are still onboard. >> so it's the bottom breaker here. lift them up. >> yup. you should be all set to go. >> all right. thank yo >> reporter: the company that operates the commuter rail for the m.b.t.a. gave 7 news an exclusive look at the testing of a new pilot program. >> you will see whatever we see. >> reporter: the idea is to use high-tech eyewear for experts all over the world. >> the breakdown between what i'm thinking and what he is
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>> here is how the glasses work. once the train engineer detects a problem, he puts on the smart glasses and connects them to a cell phone, using the software from ama expert eye. ama expert eyes is a cambridge start-up company. >> basically, it can enable the field technician or any employee that needs help solving a problem from an expert in real-time. >> reporter: wearing the glasses, the engineer is able to take pictures and stream video which gets transmitted to a maintenance expert on the ot e second. >> reporter: the expert sees a problem and can help the engineer in the field make repairs remotely. >> let me tag that for you. >> reporter: train drivers can fix anything from a broken door, a loudspeaker or even the heating or air-conditioning system without taking the train out of service and moving it to a rail yard for repair. >> you can fix the problem faster. they get to where they are going more on time. >> reporter: even if the problem is not immediately fixable, keolis believes diagnosing the problem will
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and so far, employees testing the process are giving it a thumbs-up. >> thank you. >> that is 500 people that will get home to their kids, to their dentist appointments. to wherever it is. yeah. extremely valuable. >> reporter: the pilot program runs through september. if successful, they will look to implement the high-tech glasses >> sarah: a suspect jumps out of a car and makes a run for it.
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cancer treatment, we fell behind on our bills, and we needed our tax refund to catch up... ...but hackers had stolen it. we were the victims of identity theft. i was terrified - we faced losing our home. we reached out to kelly ayotte. she didn't know us at all, but she went to the irs and she fought for us. thanks to kelly, we got our refund and we kept our home. kelly ayotte: i'm kelly ayotte and i approved this message. >> sarah: we are following breaking news. a tense five-hour-long standoff at a convenience
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that man was surrounded by a swat team. >> anchor: we want to get to nicole oliverio live with the breaking details. nicole? >> reporter: jen, we just spoke with the police chief. he is give drag mattick accounts of what happened between the standoff between police and that suspect. so this all began just after 7:00 this morning and came to an end around 11:00, 11:30. finally, police used a flash grenade to get of the car that he had been sitting in for hours. the suspect tried taking off. but police had the cumberland farms surrounded and quickly made an arrest. they did say they had to use the bean-bag guns on him. and that suspect did suffer some injuries. this all began just after 7:00 this morning. cumberland farms says that the suspect, 38-year-old benjamin kimball of north attleborough had gone into the store and threatened an employee. now, it is unclear exactly what he said to the employee. but as he came out of the car,
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according to officers, they say that kimball then grabbed one of the gas tanks, grabbed the hose of the gas tank, with the lighter and threatened to blow up the cumberland farms and the gas station. fortunately, those pumps had already been turned off. at that point, the suspect jumped in his car and had been sitting in the passenger seat. this came to an end just after 11:00 when police say he then jumped behind the driver's-side, got behind the armored cars and that's when they used the flash grenades. that is when you saw him running. that suspect has been taken to morton hospital. he is expected to face a number of charges. nicole oliverio, 7 news. >> anchor: breaking news in ohio. police there shot and killed a 13-year-old boy while responding to an armed robbery. investigators say columbus police opened fire when the
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waistband on wednesday night. it turned out to be a b.b. gun. the teen and two other males matched the descriptions of the robbery suspects. now officials in ohio say they are investigating that officer's actions. >> once the investigation is complete, the prosecutor will present that to a grand jury, and the grand jury will then decide whether or not criminal charges should be filed. if that is the case, it will proceed through the court. ly not let an officer out on the street to perform their be capable of doing so. >> anchor: the officer involved is now on administrative leave. >> sarah: a dollar store employee accused of alarming allegations in malden. steve cooper has the details. >> reporter: 29-year-old christopher molina had no comment after facing a judge in malden district court on charges of up-skirting and photographing an unsuspecting news person.
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after witnesses told police they saw him taking pictures with his cell phone up a woman's skirt here at the dollar tree store on broadway in malden. molina, an employee at the store was working at the time. the victim was an unsuspecting customer. it was witness who is confronted molina and alerted the manager. >> you can tell there is awkwardness and tension. nobody is talking about anything. >> reporter: police have seized molina's cell phone and surveillance the incident on camera. molina isn't talking about the incident. police are. detectives want to know if this was an isolated incident or if molina has done this before. for now, prosecutors were requesting strict conditions for his release. >> we would ask that mr. molina stay away and not contact the named victim as well as the witnesses in this case and stay away from the store in question. the dollar store on broadway
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released on personal recognizance with those strict conditions ordered by the judge. he returns to court next month. and the investigation according to police is ongoing. in malden, steve cooper, 7 news. >> anchor: boston drivers may be going hands-free. the city will be one of the first to test driver-less cars. boston was chosen out of ten applicants because of the city's transportation innovations. city officials say a key part of the plan will be developing policies for the new technology. the legality of driverless here in massachusetts. in pittsburgh, tests have already begun with driverless ubers. there is an uber engineer at the wheel, though. reactions are split. >> i would definitely feel comfortable riding in a self-driving car. i trust it over human drivers. i just took an uber. they asked me if i would take
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>> sarah: mark wahlberg regrets requesting a pardon for a crime he committed as a teenager. wahlberg was convicted of assault and battery against a man when he was 16 years old. the actor says one good thing came from the pardon request. he got to meet with the victim and his wife as well as their daughter fbs. he apologized. and in an interview, the actor said "i didn't need. that i spent 28 years righting the wrong. i didn't need a piece of paper to acknowlge doing it. i certainly didn't need to or want to relive that stuff over again."
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>> anchor: a cookie crime at a subway. a good deed takes a terrifying turn for an employee. >> sarah: she offered a man free cookies. he had his sighs set on the cash. now she is speaking out. he is a brazen armed robber with a major sweet tooth. >> we have had a really long line. like, after four or five customers, he tells me, hey, i'm just here to get cookies. i gave him the cookies. i said "i'm sorry for the wait. have a good night." >> sarah: 30 minutes later, the same man returned to same subway in florida. maura was getting ready to go home. >> half an hour later, he comes back. i was like, oh, more cookies? he was like "the ones you gave me were hard. can i have more?" i was like, you came back here to complain about free cookies? i gave him more free cookies. >> sarah: he came back a third time. maura realized he was craving more than just cookies. >> when he comes in and he locks the door, he is like,
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we walk over to the register. he tells me, hurry up. i have a gun." the 24-year-old never saw his gun. but he still managed to walk out with an undisclosed amount of cash. investigators are hoping someone can identify the robber before he strikes again. >> immediately after that happened, i quit that store the next day. and i do not work nights anymore. i'm just finishing up this week at another store. and i'm done. >> sarah: police are o information leading to his arrest. >> anchor: more major college sporting events moving out of north carolina due to that state's transgender bathroom law. the atlantic coast conference says it is moving all of its championship games out of north carolina. the a.c.c. was scheduled to hold 14 of its 21 championship events in the state. >> sarah: it is not unusual for a sports team to hand out
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in on a viral trend. hundreds turn out for hirambe night at umass-lowell. fans were encouraged to dress in gorilla suits. you will remember the gorilla was shot and killed at the cincinnati zoo in may after a child slipped into the gorilla habitat. >> anchor: a methuen police officer teams up with a starbucks employee to lend a helping hand. a woman was stranded local strip mall with no money and no way to get home. the officer offered pay for a taxi using his own money. when he was two dollars short, a starbucks employee made up the difference and helped get the woman home safe. a little bit of a team effort. they did it. >> sarah: i love it. look out. a join moon replica wreaking havoc on the streets of china. details on this wild sight. >> anchor: it's time lock in the lineup. who is in?
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>> sarah: this looks like it could be a scene from an old sci-fi mucci, right? or a horror film. a moon balloon. rolled through the streets of a city in china on wednesday. the large balloon was part of the mid-aut caused it to break free from the display. strong winds then pushed out through the city. the material, though, don't worry. i mean, look at that biker. how petrifying. the material so light. the moon balloon didn't cause any damage. don't worry. no one was hurt. thank goodness. >> anchor: you think they would have taken care of that before the typhoon. >> sarah: yes, exactly. >> anchor: chipotle giving people in virginia a taste of
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to students at virginia tech. hundreds of test flights will be taking place over the next several days. if i was in college, i would probably be using that. but if it came to your dorm, you would be like... >> sarah: i gained the mizzou 22 in college. having it delivered to me would have been worse. >> danielle: i know. you have to up the freshman 15 to maybe, like, the freshman 50? much cooler today than yesterday. those dew points in the low 50's. so not really humid. dew points going to stay in check for the next couple of days. look at the 24-hour temperature change map. boston right now 20 degrees cooler than this time yesterday. and most spots right around there. yesterday, we hit 90. hard to believe. we also had a passing thunderstorm and today, much different story. feeling much more like fall out there today. and because we hit 90
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far in 2016. on average, we should see about 13 of those. it has been warm, indeed. right now, those, winds are on-shore. mainly out of the northeast. they are mostly calm. we are seeing some cloud cover, especially for those of you along the coast. for today, a mix of sun and clouds. think more sunshine than cloud cover. really the same story into tomorrow as well. the next couple of days really going to be pleasant. high pressure is pushing offshore for today. and through tro and then as we head into the weekend, saturday is your better day of the two days. and saturday afternoon, we will watch the cloud cover increase. and then heading into sunday, we have to watch the chance for some rain with this front. and then some tropical moisture to our south is kind of going to start working its way up the coast. those two combined, and we could start to see some showers for sunday and into monday. if you are heading to the pats home opener, something to wachlt we will watch this front.
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day of the weekend. and then sunday into monday, we could see that rain that we really do need. because this is the drought monitor. that was updated today. more than half thetate is now in an extreme drought. and last week, only about 23% of the state was in this bright red. so a big jump in just one week. and our precip deficit from january 1 was about ten inches. we need any rain we can get. not getting any today. much cooler. upper 60'snt a few clouds out there. more sunshine than cloud cover. tonight, though, look at those temperatures. dropping down into the low 40's. into the mid-50's. so it is a cool one. those lows going to be very chilly. for tomorrow, a little bit closer to average, those temperatures. in the 70's. going to be a nice day. for the weekend, watch your chance for some showers sunday into monday. by tuesday and wednesday, back to the 80's. >> sarah: police officers and good samaritans in north
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>> anchor: they rush to rescue a man trapped in his car. that man got trapped in his truck after a held-on collision with the school bus. people who saw it rushed over to help trying to put out the fire before firefighters showed up. the entire rescue captured on a police officer's body camera. that is driver is still recovering at the hospital. the school bus driver is charged with not stopping for the other vehicle. some train trouble during a marathon in pennsylvania. keeping some people out of the boston marathon. many runners failed to after they had to wait for a train to cross through the race-course on sunday. the boston athletic association says kit not accept adjusted race times. >> anchor: coming up, tweak to in the n.f.l. fantasy football is kicking into high gear. who to start and who to sitcomming up. >> sarah: the boss is back. the sights and sounds from bruce springsteen's show at
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>> sarah: week two. n.f.l. season begins tonight. >> anchor: jadiann thompson and trey daerr provide some insight in this week's fantasy fix. >> jadiann: hay hey, there, pats fans. i'm here with trey daerr. we will help you get the most out of your roster for this season. we have to back up a little bit to game one. the pats started without six really important players on their offense. still pulling off a win, though. a nail-biter. how do they keep it going? >> they are missing a lot of bodies. i thought maybe i was going to get a call. it got really thin for the pats. no brady. no gronk. really in problem.
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awesome. he is a great find. he is out there on the waiver list. let's face it. >> jadiann: not a great showing for the dolphins in week one. what do we do about the dolphins? >> they didn't look good at all. they are going to see an even better defense this weekend in the new england patriots. tannehill struggled throughout his career. bill belichick flat-out owns the a.f.c. east. >> jadiann: we have a couple of young quarterbacks aer ising themselves. >> winston,, these guys are starting to light it up. a huge surprise in philadelphia. carson. he is not as good as those guys i mentioned. he is a really good option as the number two quarterback. >> jadiann: all right,
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for last at td garden. more on adele's big night in boston. >> danielle: feeling like fall out there today. how long it lasts and what's in store for the weekend coming up. brenda willis: when washington bureaucrats threatened access to mammograms, kelly ayotte stopped them. david goethel: and when red tape threatened to crush new hampshire's fishing communities, kelly fought to save us. cheryl coletti-lawson: kelly's legislation on the heroin epidemic will help save lives. jamey french: kelly reaches across the aisle to conserve our environment... becky stafford: kelly is so committed to our veterans and cares about our needs. marc baillargeon: kelly protected our jobs at the shipyard. kelly is one of us. veteran: she's not forgotten where she's come from. brenda willis: she cares. dean kamen: that's kelly - an independent leader,
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v.o.: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump. trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. v.o.: ayotte agrees, voting six times to do just that, defund planned parenthood. safe and legal abortion. ayotte: well i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. v.o.: ayotte and trump, wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> anchor: thousands of adele
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at td garden. nancy chen was there. this is onele of her pictures that she tweeted out. while this boston, adele said she visited the zoo, black-bird doughnuts and lego-land. she paid tribute to amy winehouse on what would have been her 3rd birthday. adele will perform again tonight. >> anchor: you know who that street band taking the stage last night at gillette. the boss performing for more than three hours there. something that his fans say is just another day on the road for him. >> sarah: america's got talent has a new winner. 12-year-old. the singer-songwriter and ukulele player will receive $1 million and her own headlining
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that other act was amazing, too. they read people's minds. so many good people on this year. >> fabulous on stage. all right, danielle. we have another beautiful day. >> danielle: you know, bruce springsteen, and adele. they leave and suddenly, the temperatures drop. in the mid-60's. 20 degrees cooler than this time yesterday. on the satellite and radar, mostly clear skies and sunshine. this afternoon, we w spots. highs will top out in the upper 6's in boston. low 7's in places like framingham and billerica. for today, and friday and saturday, no rain. we will watch the chance for some showers sunday into monday. >> anchor: all right, danielle.
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vo: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump: trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. vo: ayotte agrees, voting six times to do just that - defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: ...there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. vo: ayotte and trump: wrong for new hampshire women.
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>> hope: how's john? >> abe: oh, yeah, he's-- he's fine. he's recovering. the bullet just grazed him, as you k i was able to keep the incident out of the press conference, but the media smells bod. >> hope: orpheus and xander taking hostages shows us they're not exactly trying to keep a low profile. >> jj: or maybe they're just not very smart. >> hope: no, orpheus? he is very smart, and he has a lot of scores to settle here in salem. >> abe: and clyde weston? >> hope: intel thinks he's, uh, headed toward poplar bluff. >> abe: you talk to jordan? >> rafe: she has not spoken to him, nor does she want to.

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