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>> christa: we begin today with breaking news out of brwa that a man tried to attack a student near the bridgewater state campus. >> sarah: they say that suspect came up behind a woman and put a bag over her head. cheryl fiandaca joins us now with the breaking details. >> reporter: well, right now police are searching for the suspect. he was wearing a black ski mask at the time. now, police say this all happened on summer street right near the bridgewater state university campus. according to detectives, that suspect placed a bag over the head of a student, and tried to remove her clothes. police say she thought back
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now, students are asked to remain on alert and if anyone has any information about this, they are asked to call police. we are going to continue to monitor this and bring you the very latest developments. in the newsroom, cheryl fiandaca, 7 news. >> nancy: donald trump finally admitting that president obama was born in the united states. years after he sparked what's known as the birther controversy: the reversal coming while he was at an event with veterans in washington, d.c. >> president barack obama was born in the united states, period. now we all want to get back to making america strong and great again. thank you. >> nancy: several years ago, trump fueled the flames of the so-called birther movement. and it forced the president to release a copy of his birther is tifer cat. today president obama says he doesn't have much to say about
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actually. it's fairly typical. we have other business to attend to. i was pretty confident about where i was born. i think most people were as well. and my hope would be that the presidential-elect... election reflects more serious issues than that. >> nancy: trump went on to say that it was hillary clinton in her 2008 campaign that started the birther movement. now he is the one who has ended >> christa: a snapchat trial. two people have now been sentenced for sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl and then posting video of it on snapchat. let's go to steve cooper. he is live at the courthouse in salem with more. steve? >> reporter: all that's happening late this morning, those defendants here in court, facing a judge on sentencing day after they were convicted back in july. they were sentenced to prison a short time ago.
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prosecutors were looking for up to 7 years behind bars for both defendants, saying they were vicious targeted assaults here. a 21-year-old and 20-year-old both sentenced to serve four to five years in prison, then three years of probation. the two were found guilty of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl behind a saugus middle school back in september of 2014. another person who was there posted videos of the assault on snapchat. but it was a friend of the ct shot of that video and called police. prosecutors say the defendant showed no remorse. >> so badly misused, violated, and disrespect, it is deeply troubling to the commonwealth. >> the victim in this case apologized to the commonwealth. as whole. and apologized to the witnesses. he did not feel comfortable
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>> he is very sorry. i don't think she realizes how she got here either. >> reporter: once they complete those sentences, there will be probation for three years. they will be fitted with gps tracking devices. according to judge, they were told to stay away from the victim in this case. and they will also be forced to register as sex offenders here in massachusetts. we are live in salem this afternoon, steve cooper, 7 news. >> nancy: three news organizations suing the f.b.i. now. the associated press and vice media want to find out who the f.b.i. paid and how much agents spent to hack into a locked iphone. that phone was part of the investigation into the san bernardino terrorists. the lawsuit asks for details about the f.b.i.'s contract with an unidentified vendor they used to unlock that phone. since the attack, the f.b.i. has been looking for the gunman's ties to terrorist
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two people opened fire in an office building in san bernardino, california. the killer pledged allegiance to isis before the attack. >> christa: happening today: a man from rehoboth at the center of an intense takedown is called to court. after police say he threatened to blow up a gas station. >> nancy: jonathan hall >> reporter: the 38-year-old man who had the attention of dozens of police officers yesterday spent the night in the hospital, being treated for some pretty serious dog bites from a k-9 unit. now he faces some charges, as you mentioned. and he feels well enough to face justice. 38-year-old benjamin kimball of north attleborough in court. but not yet arraigned. >> yes. i would ask if we could do an initial screening for a
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available. >> reporter: his lawyer is concerned about his mental state following a five-hour standoff with police in rehoboth yesterday. his girlfriend spoke to 7 news as she tried to figure out what set kimball off. >> most likely, he did this as to make people aware that the mental health system and the medical system is screwed up. >> reporter: kimball allegedly threatened to blow up this cumberland farms on route 44. police say lighter, asked to borrow the store telephone, dialed 911, then hung up. investigators say he threatened police and tried to ram a swat vehicle with his girlfriend's silver saturn s.u.v. after firing two stun grenades to distract him, police used non-lee thrall force to take kimball down. he was shot with a bean-bag shotgun and bitten by a police dog. police negotiators say kimball complained about a lack of services for the mentally ill.
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knowing there is no help and you have done everything you can for someone and there is nothing out there? to help them. >> kimball has three close friends who showed up at the taunton courthouse with a sign saying "we love you." kimball faces several charges, including making a bomb threat, and also attempted arson. despite his threats, police found no gun, no explosives in the saturn. it is unlikely he will be be held without bail and that the judge schedule a dangerousness hearing for him. we are live in taunton, jonathan hall, 7 news. >> nancy: three people recovering now after their boat ran aground off the coast of newburyport. victoria warren live now in newburyport with the very latest. >> well, what we have been told from the coast guard is that it was a beautiful morning. this was not weather-related. but it was low tide.
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the coast guard provided a reduce to these folks. three people were rescued. they were on the 2-foot boat named the wart hog. the coast guard got the three people off. two of them were hurt. then they towed the boat. in they were on the merrimack river at the time. the boat docks in newburyport. another boat owner there knows the couple that owns the warthog saying they know these waters channels change often. for some reason, they were operating just outside the channel. they hit the sand bar hard. luckily, the injuries are not life-threatening. >> the one man, he thinks he might have broken his arm. he is not sure. i'm not 100% sure on the extent of injuries. he had an arm injury. the woman had a facial laceration. >> it is like driving the car. all of a sudden, you stop quick. the full momentum is there. you know, things go flying
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evidented down there. so you know, i'm going hit... objects can hit you in the head. >> reporter: the boat is still floating. i'm told the damage to bottom could be extensive. in the thousands of dollars. live in newburyport, victoria warren, 7 news. >> nancy: more news today: a car slams into a utility pole in medway, bringing down power lines early this morning. no word yet on why the driver lost control. and d forced to evacuate the orange line. officials say this was all because a suspect who stole a car ran out on to the truck area. the police investigation caused the orange line to shut down services last night from rugles to back bay. people were then led off the train and brought to buses. >> christa: a bridgewater man facing serious charges today. accused of watching pornography while at the town's public library. the 43-year-old fred higgins appeared in court thursday. officers say he was also
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one of the library's computers. according to police, many children were in the area. and a 14-year-old was sitting next to hig ins at the time. >> christa: also today, a new york city detective recovering after a bizarre and frightening attack. he was cut in the face by a man who was swinging an this is video from before that attack. police say the suspect was trying to remove a boot from his car. a car that he was living in at the time. officers say they shot at the suspect, a total of 18 times after he started attacking officers with that cleaver. by the way, this happened during the middle of rush hour near penn station in new york. people were running from the scene. besides the officer who was hit by the cleaver, two other officers now have non-life-threatening injuries. witnesses say police tried to
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but it had little effect. they say the officers then tried to get the 32-year-old to drop the weapon before opening fire. right now, the suspect is in critical condition. >> all of a sudden, i see a crazy guy with a knife. a huge meat cleaver. not a long knife. a wide knife. 7 or 8 undercover cops rolled up on them. pulled the guns. told them to get down. he wasn't cooperative. he kind of looked frazzled at first. >> christa: police say been arefbsed a dozen times in the past few years for minor crimes. investigators are trying to figure out a motive for this recent attack. they say they do not believe that this was linked to terrorism. >> nancy: a major development involving the samsung phones that can unexpectedly catch fire. the consumer product safety commission is issuing a formal government recall, saying the phones pose an immediate risk of fire and should not be used.
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>> reporter: for the world's biggest cell phone manufacturer,... >> i just wanted to post the share. what just happened to my note 7. >> reporter: it is now an official government recall. roughly a million galaxy note 7's in the u.s., two and a half million worldwide. samsung has 92 reports of the phones overheating. dozens of reports of fires. including a garage that burned to the ground in south carolina. and fast jeep that was charred d >> because this product presents such a serious fire hazard, i'm urging all consumers, all consumers to take advantage of this recall right away. >> we apologize. especially to those of you who are personally affected by this. and we will work every day to earn back your trust. >> reporter: samsung blames
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>> the root problem is essentially, that there is a lot of energy stored inside a tiny little device. >> reporter: meanwhile, concern this morning about other samsung models that may also catch fire. >> in new york, a six-year-old suffered first-degree burns when a samsung core allegedly caught fire. in florida tuesday night, a car gutted by fire after another galaxy p meanwhile, a california man has filed suit, claiming he suffered second and third-degree burns on his leg when his s-7 edge caught fire. >> nancy: that was tom costello reporting there. samsung declining to comment on those cases. it believes the defective batteries are limited only to the note 7. now under raw... now under recall. >> christa: people are lining up for the new iphone 7 and
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today in the dark. here is a look at boylston street outside the apple store: the phones, of course, though in, short supply. apple says walk-in customers won't be able to actually get the 7-plus because they were all snatched up by preorders. >> nancy: coming up, a local woman thought she found a great deal on a new phone. but it turned out to be a wrong number. how solve it 7 helped her make the right connection. >> bri: partly cloudy skies for us today. temperatures in the low0' weekend, we are also tracking some wet weather. all the details next in the forecast. narrator: "by almost every measure, public charter schools
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>> bri: it was a cool start to this friday morning. nice to give a.c. a break. it might be time to put that extra blanket on the bed with numbers like these. even some upper 0's on the
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we have warmed up very quickly, though. and now we are sitting, upper 60's to low 70's. bedford coming in at 72 right now. 67 in plymouth. under partly cloudy skies. we have a few clouds out there. mainly metrowest. stretching down to providence, rhode island. that has been with us. i think the clouds will continue to thin out. we won't really have the wall-to-wall sunshine this afternoon like we had yesterday. it's still a very bright and crisp day for us. coolest along the coastline. 69-75 for a high this and high pressure has been keeping that cool, dry air in place for us. and also the sunshine. but as it slides to the east, we turn our attention to what's out west. and that would be this next weather-maker. that is in store for us. yes, it comes in time for the weekend. kind of splitting that weekend into two parts. a little bitter tomorrow than it will be on sunday. though we do need the rain. scattered showers, mild, and muggy for sunday as well. so here is a look at that timeline. there goes the high pressure.
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will kind of give us that return flow and warm those temperatures up a touch. also, bringing back in the humidity. and then here comes the front for us. unfortunately, every front this summer comes through with nothing much more than just disappointment. there is the potential there to pick up some beneficial rainfall. scattered showers on sunday. and some localized downpours expected for sunday night into monday. how much rain is on the way? don't bank on these numbers. buis aggressive models that is giving us one to two inches. again, not widespread. there is a possibility, one or two towns might pick up on that good grip of rain. here is a look at the forecast after we get into the wet weather. sunday into monday. a nice stretch. a return to summer for the middle of next week.
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blinds to go. blinds for life. >> christa: two students in california stuck in a classroom controversy after they refused to recite the pledge of allegiance. in fact, here one of the students is native-american. and she says she takes exception to the u.s. flag. >> nancy: the students say they lowered their grades because of the actions. she is a native-american and argue it is stars and stripes aren't hers. >> because of the history that happened here on my land , my people's land, and i go by that. i don't agree wit. i'm not going stand for the people who did this to my
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recite the pledge of allegiance in their first period class. their teacher took exception it to. when the girls got their grades on friday, the participation scores were docked from a five to a three. because they refused to stand, they say. >> here is the deal, if you want to really have an argument, i need to see it written out. >> what? >> like, your argument in an here is the real thing. those people, they are not alive anymore. your ancestors. >> nancy: the girls have since been moved to another teacher. thomas and her friend hope their stance serves as a real-life lesson on free speech. >> she says that it represents the military and they risk their lives for us. but then i always give her the "well, my people risked our lives for our freedom."
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>> nancy: the district says it is dealing with the teacher. but because it is a personnel matter, what consequence it is teacher will face, if any, may not be made public. >> nancy: coming up on 7 news, some kids in new mexico getting creative to stop some car thieves in the act. v.o.: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump.
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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, wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes is responsible for the
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>> christa: a local woman needed a phone really fast because hers broke. >> nancy: she found a great deal. but it went downhill in a hurry. she called solve it 7. here is kris anderson. >> kris: your smartphone, it is hard to live without. >> i travel a lot for work. my e-mails is on my phone. it is really important to me. >> kris: when samantha's iphone suddenly stopped working back in may, she wanted to act fast.
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a refurbished phone. i have done it before. >> kris: how is found a bar gain on gamestop's web site. >> iphones are a little bit cheaper than retail. >> kris: she made sure it was verizon-compatible. she paid extra for overnight shipping. the total? nearly $500. >> i received the phone. it was an upgrade for me. i had an old phone. i went to put in my similar card. it kept saying, that is verizon chip. it is not reading. this is a sprint phone. >> kris: she took phone to a verizon store. but the associate told her the phone would only work on the sprint network. she called sprint but says they couldn't help either. she reached out to gamestop. >> look, i tried every option. and now i'm at a loss. i need you to send me a new phone. >> kris: samantha shipped the phone back to the company. they confirmed they did receive it. samantha figured she would have a new phone the next day. she didn't.
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>> they kept making sure that requests it's coming. it's in the mail. already in the mail." day. nope, no phone. >> kris: her cell phone fiasco continued. after a month of back-and-forth and still no phone, samantha realized she needed help. >> i was literally at a loss. i didn't know what else to do. >> kris: we reached out to corporate communications at gamestop to solve sth the company representative e-mailed us saying they had "identified the error in processing samantha's order and that the phone she originally ordered was on its way." >> they reached out to me. they apologized. they assured me i was going to get my phone. and it was going to be right. >> kris: a few days later, the package arrived. this time the phone worked. >> i put in the similar card. it said verizon at the top. i was like, oh, my gosh.
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>> kris: gamestop told us "our first priority is that our customers have a positive shopping experience. whether in our stores or on-line." >> thank you, solve it 7. thank you, kris. you guys are awesome. i got my phone back. i got our phone. i also got some money back. >> kris: now, dialing up a solution to your problem can be tough sometimes. don't get hung up on your frustrations. give us a call. 617-367-7777. or send an e-mail to solve it in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7 news. >> nancy: another home run for david ortiz and it was against yankees. >> bri: maybe some wet weather on sunday. we have to take a look at that forecast coming up. >> christa: caught on camera: fast gang of thieves taking seconds to get away with some pricey jewels at an upscale
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>> nancy: a man facing numerous charges after a standoff with police at a co 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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>> christa: breaking news out student near the campus of bridgewater state. >> nancy: that suspect came up behind a woman and put a bag over her head. cheryl fiandaca joins us now with the breaking details. fiandaca police are searching for the suspect. he was wearing a black ski mask at the time. now, police say this happened on summer street right near the bridgewater state university campus. according to detectives, that suspect placed a bag over the held of a student and tried to remove her clothes. police say she fought back and
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now, students are being asked to remain on alert if anyone has any information about this assault, they are asked to call police. we, of course, are going to continue to monitor this and bring you the latest developments. in the newsroom, i'm cheryl fiandaca, 7 news. >> nancy: donald trump finally admitting that president obama was, in fact, born in the united states. years after he sparked what's known as the birther controversy. the reversal coming while he was at an event in washington, d.c. with veterans. >> president barack obama born in the united states, period. now we all want to get back to making america strong and great again. >> nancy: trump fueled the flames of the so-called birther movement several years ago. it forced the president to release a copy of his birth certificate. today the president says he doesn't have that much to say about trump's reversal. >> well, i'm not that shocked,
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it's fairly typical. we have other business to attend to. i was pretty confident about where i was born. i think most people were as well. and my hope would be that the presidential election reflects more serious issues than that. >> nancy: trump wenten to say that it was hillary clinton and her 2008 campaign that started the whole birther movement. and thefers one who ended it. >> christa: two people have been sentenced for sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl. and then posting video of it. on app snapchat. steve cooper has more now. >> reporter: a 21-year-old and 20-year-old both sentenced to serve four to five years in prison, then three years of probation. the two were found guilty of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl behind a saugus middle school back in september of 2014.
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on snapchat. but it was a friend of the victim who took a screen-saver shot of the video and called police. prosecutors say the defendant showed no remorse. >> misused, violated, and disrespected is really deeply troubling to the commonwealth. >> the victim in this case apologized to the commonwealth as a whole. and apologized to the witnesses. he did not feel comfortable making these representations himself. in his words, he thought would screw it up. >> he is very sorry. i don't think she realizes how she got here either. >> reporter: they have been ordered to register as sex offenders here in the state once they have completed those prison terms. in salem, steve cooper, 7 news. >> nancy: more breaking news. three news organizations now suing the f.b.i.
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media want to find out who the f.b.i. paid and how much agents spent to hack into a locked iphone. that phone was part of the investigation into the san bernardino terrorists: the lawsuit asked for details about the f.b.i.'s contract with this unidentified vendor they used to unlock that phone. since the attack, the f.b.i. has been looking for the gunman's ties to terror organizations. the killer pledged awe lee jahns to isis before he carried out the attack. more breaking news to tell you about here. a judge ruling against nick gordon, the partner of whitney houston's daughter, after he afailed to appear in court. a wrongful death lawsuit had been filed against gordon. 22-year-old brown was found unresponsive last year at home
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died six months later. a judge will decide how much gordon will pay in damages. >> christa: a rehoboth man gets called to court. police say he threatened to blow up a gas station in rehoboth. that man is facing several charges. >> reporter: 38-year-old benjamin kimball in court but not yet arraigned. >> yes. initial screening for a competency evaluation. i funs that there is a doctor available. >> reporter: his lawyer is concerned about his mental state following a fivele-hour standoff with police in rehoboth yesterday. his girlfriend spoke to 7 news as she tried to figure out what set kimball off. >> most likely, he did this as to make people aware that the mental health system and the medical system is screwed up.
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cumberland farms on route 44. police say he bought a small lighter, asked to borrow the store telephone, then dialed 911 but hung up. investigators say he threatened police who responded to that 911 call and then tried to ram a swat vehicle with his girlfriend's silver saturn s.u.v. after firing two stun grenades to distract him, police used nonlethal force to take kimball down. he was shot with a bea dog. kimball complained about a lack of services for the mentally ill. >> how would it make you feel knowing that there is no hope and you have done everything you can for someone. and there is nothing out there. to help them. >> reporter: kimball has three close friends who showed up at the taunton courthouse with a sign saying "we love you." kimball faces several charges, including attempted arson and making a bomb threat. police found no bomb and no gun in his saturn. it is unlikely he will be freed today.
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pending a dangerousness hearing. in taunton, jonathan hall, 7 news. >> christa: a suspected gang member now behind bars in springfield. state police officers found the suspect on thursday morning. he has been charged with conspiracy to distribute drugs. police in townsend say they found no evidence that a man tried to kidnap three teenage boys there. the teens claim a man jumped out from behind a rock and then tried to grab them. couldn't verify the claims. after interviewing the boys and reviewing surveillance video. the former head of the teamsters union pleading guilty to extortion in connection to a reality show that was taped in massachusetts. prosecutors say mark harrington and other teamsters members intimidatened and extorted members of the tv show "top chef"st when they
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>> no one has the right to take anyone's life. >> nancy: investigators are offering a $250,000 reward for any information leading to an arrest in this murder. >> christa: the family of the woman found dead in her texas jail cell last year is now reached a settlement with the local sheriff's office. they will receive $1.9 million to set al wrongful death lawsuit. the settlement also includes changes to jail procedures, including cell-checks and an
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the woman was arrested, you may recall, during a routine traffic stop in july of 2015. it escalated into a physical struggle with the officers threatening her with a stun gun. she was later found dead in her jail cell three days later after hanging herself. >> nancy: a gang of thieves pulling off a jewel heist. it took them only 40 seconds to take offer with the jewels. >> christa: they left a big mess behind in the store. cameras were rolling as these terrified customers ducked for cover. it happened just before 6:00 in the evening. at this jewelry store. in the video, you see an employee helping a woman try on a necklace. then all of a sudden... >> oh, my lord. >> oh, my gosh. >> reporter: people reacting to the heist at one of houston's upscale shopping malls in a high-end jewelry store. >> that is just not your any-day kind of random thing. that was probably planned out. >> reporter: four men dressed in black with their faces covered storm the store. customers and employ easy
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hiding. >> breaking everything. >> nancy: using hammers and smashing the displays, they take top-dollar diamonds. one man goes back for more: they get away with millions of dollars in jewelry. >> that was so fast. >> nancy: all done in 40 seconds. >> it looks like they have done it before. >> nancy: experts say the thieves may be part of a bigger theft gang, pulling off these high-dollar hies all over the country. >> they walked in and just took everything so easily. and just left. >> christa: police are trying to figure out if they had a get-away vehicle sand if they did, who was driving it. >> nancy: in new mexico, suspects tried to break into a convertible by ripping the top of the car. these boys scared them off by threatening them with pipes and sticks. >> i was kind of scared. not that much. >> i just said my god, these kids, they are so brave and courageous.
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>> nancy: police are still searching for the thieves. >> christa: this time of year, what tastes better than good bowl of chili? we have a tasty recipe from a surprising place. in what's cooking. although the weather is not going to be chilly. >> you know, it is always chilly weather. maybe you are headed to fenway in the next couplele of days. some fantastic weather until sunday. then rain moves. then rain moves. in that forecast next. every time a new charter school opens in massachusetts, it takes funding away this year alone, charter schools will take more than 400 million dollars away from neighborhood public schools. that's not right. instead of draining even more money from neighborhood public schools and giving it to charters, let's devote public resources to all of our students... not just a select few. don't lift the cap on charter schools.
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>> nancy: welcome back. 12:45. it is friday. we had a somewhat chillier start to the morning today. seems like things have warmed up quite a bit. >> christa: cleared out as well. at least here in boston, bri, it was cloudy as well. the sun peebing through now. >> bri: right. exactly. partly cloudy skies lasting into the afternoon. those clouds will thin out and break apart as we get into the afternoon as well. ok have responded to that sunshine. started at 37 in norwood. now 69 degrees there. at 6 in boston. already into the low 70's in some spots. there is your spotty cloud cover. that stretches up inside of 128. again, it's partly cloudy skies. into the afternoon. wall-to-wall sunshine, you get into northern worcester county. 69-75 for our highs. coolest along the coastline. high pressure, keeping things nice and dry. also kind of driving in that cooler air.
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as we have experienced yesterday and today as well. as it slides farther to the east, it will give us a boost in temperatures, if heading into the weekend. one day of the weekend looks better than the other. this is our next weather-maker. another front that is coming through the area. to bring us some showers. much-needed rainfall. we know we need it. with more than 50% of the commonwealth in extreme drought conditions. now, sunday is the day we start to watch for it. dry on saturday. some boost in temperatures. as i mentioned. we are topping out in the upper 70's on both days. you will notice the increase in the humidity for sunday as well. it looks like those sunday showers are expected. more likely north and west of boston. as we get into the afternoon. that may become more likely pushing farther to the southeast. but it's hit-and-miss showers on sunday. a better chance for some heavier rainfall and localized downpours to work in sunday night into monday. could be a rumble of thunder in there. can't rule that out. we will have to keep an eye on
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the game-day forecast for fenway, a nice full moon. the full harvest moon. beautiful weather. it might be cool. a light jacket is all you need into tomorrow afternoon. fantastic. then again, those scattered showers as we work into sunday. also another big sports day down at gillette home opener for the pats. again, rain gear, not a bad idea to have on hand. extra top tropical cyclone ian not even a concern anymore. we are still tracking tropical storm julia and also tropical storm karl you can see way out here. that one expected to become a hurricane. as we make it into the middle of next week. not expected to reach land. s so we will have to keep a close eye on that for the east coast. i'm going to get my computer to advance here. apparently, tropical activity gets the computer quite excited. we will show you that extended forecast. after the wet weather we are expecting sunday into monday, we have a beautiful stretch of weather tuesday, wednesday, and thursday next week. even back to summer-like standards as we top out in the
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>> christa: you are not going believe where they are making chili in the way this chef cooks it up. >> nancy: oh, my gosh. delicious. it is better known for its tunes. but it also has a tasty take on the classic dish. here is sarah french. >> sarah: the house of blues on lansdowne street is a music lover's dream. many have discovered the sweet sue xenoin and a show. >> you kind of get the best of both worlds. we cook some great food and listen to great music. >> sarah: clifton clark has a rockin' good chili. ready to blow away all the guests at your next patriots party. ground beef brisket marinated overnight in guinness stout. add oil to a pan on medium heat. >> just enough to coat the bottom. we will take our onions. sweat the onions done.
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jalapenos. >> let these summer and sweat douj for five minutes. nice and translucent. to develop the flavors. we will add our brisket. it's been marinating for 24 hours. you can go longer. you know, you want at least a day so it sucks in the flavor. >> sarah: brown the brisket. >> we will add tomato paste. that will bind this all together. kind of thicken it up a little bit. add our tomato fillets. that gives it little more body. ground cumin. chili powder. cayenne pepper: to give it a little bite. >> sarah: mix well. >> we will add our beer. we are going to let this cook down. a lot of my friends are chefs. we all claim to have the best chili. so it gets a little heated around football season. but i put beer in mine. i think i win. >> then fresh cilantro and basil. >> we are going to do whole
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>> sarah: let it simmer. after ten minutes, hot chili is ready to be had. chef clifton tops it off with sour cream, fresno peppers and pepper jack cheese for an extra kick. that is what's cooking. i'm sarah french, 7 news. >> nancy: looks delicious. coming up, the red sox rock fenway with a huge comeback win over the yankees. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i know more about isis then the generals do.
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was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think...
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>> christa: the yankees at fenway park. that comeback by the sox capping off a five-run ninth-inning rally with a hanley ramirez walk-off. this really was incredible. for most of the game, the sox were behind. but then the offense just came alive in the final inning. they were trailing 5-2. the sox scoring five times.
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an r.b.i. single by mookie betts cut that defer stoit one. then with two outs and two runners on, hanley ramirez hate two-run homer to win the game. ortiz hitting his 537th career home run. passing mickey mantle for all-time. the win definitely having an impacts on the standings. boston in first place now. they are two games up. battle moe, toronto tied for second. the yankees, five games behind. the sox face tan >> nancy: tom brady telling esquire magazine he will always choose to stand during anthem. brady said "that is how i choose to express how i feel toward the people who have sacrificed for us ms. we live in a wonderful country. it is certainly not perfect. i don't think any country is perfect. it is our responsibility to do the best we can do to change the things we don't like."
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te 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, fighting for new hampshire. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte and i approved this message. >> nancy: an iowa man now in the record books thanks to his age. a 9-year-old bernie smith has been named by the guinness book of world records. the oldest active pilot in the world. smith say he plans to keep flying a couple of times each week, weather-permitting, of course. >> christa: very nice. i will have what he is having. he looks really good. obviously, he is really sharp as well, bri.
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grape-nuts. that is what i hear anyway. it is clear tonight and cool. full moon to enjoy. it will be another crisply cool fall feel to the air tonight. there is that full harvest moon. our last full moon of the summer: because the autumnal equinox is less than a week away. a look at the forecast. one weekend day looks better than the other. scattered showers start on sunday. localized downpours more likely on monday. >> christa: alig have a great weekend, everybody. i'm christa delcamp. >> nancy: i'm nancy chen.
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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:
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? ? [cell phone rings] [cell phone beeps] >> chad: kate? >> kate: [sighs] chad. i-i saw him. earlier today, i saw clyde. >> chad: did you call the police? >> kate: yes! yes. hope and rafe just left, but they--they didn't i have--i have security coming. but listen to me. i need you to be safe. i know that clyde is gonna blame you for what happened to ben. who knows what he's gonna do? [thud] ? ? what was that? >> steve: well, i'm gonna head over to the house. i won't be long. >> kayla: take your time.

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