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zblo terror suspect being held on more than 5 million dollars bail. the charge he's facing after shootout with police. as he stand accused of planting a string of bombs >> teacher headed back to class after he's accused of breaking a women's nose. >> hear what tom b say about jimmy graboski after the pat's qb get taken down by the dolphins. >> good tuesday morning everybody. it's 9:00 a.m. i'm sarah french. i'm christa delcamp. another humid day to start off. and i don't know. rain will be sticking around. let's send it over to chris lambert with more on that. couple of showers left over. good morning, guys. some showers in southeastern mass. mild, muggy and murky.
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in areas of north and west of boston. dewpoint level into the upper 60s. when they are side by side in humidity. close to 100 with long overnights and long winds we can get fog. couple of showers across the eastern connecticut and rhode island. could have a couple of showers through midday down in that area into southeastern mass. otherwise i expect some breaks of sun in boston and southwestern suburbs here this afternoon. clouds to sunshine a little bit west you go. that's where temperature are the warmest this afternoon. lowering humidity for tomorrow. the keep the warmth around for the weekend. that forecast ahead. >> time now for fast "traffic." here's chris ander for danielle gersh. there's some good news and some bad news. let's take a live look outside. this is expressway where traffic is moving slowly into the boston this morning. some good news the accidents that we're dealing with this morning have cleared. bad news is there's residuals as we head to maps you can see all
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we are dealing with. about 30 minutes from the split up to the tunnel and there's delays that stretch into the other southern routes. the 324, # 5 connecting with 128 all slow going there. turnpike backed up as well. slowdowns there. north of the city. 93 more of the same. as you see as you get closer to boston those slowdowns continue to be a problem. still dealing with the water main break in chelsea at route one. there was only one lane earlier. they are situation rectified. let's look at your drive times if you head out now. 27 minutes. look to tunnel. 128 to 93 about 23 minutes 128 to zakim about 28 minutes. now to terror take down. accused bomber now in custody. police and fbi taking that suspect after a shootout in new jersey on monday. officials believe he is the man who left bomb scattered across new york and new jersey. >> right now prosecutors are really building their case
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we have team 7 coverage. let's begin with dan hausle. he's live in new york. dan? >> new yorker are getting back to normal the scene of the bombing on saturday night behind me you can see only of the glass still shaterred in the fitness center. their provided surveillance video of the bombing. beyond that you can see some repair being made to the class of a neighboring business. the normalcy possible because the suspects caught last night. that was after a confrontation with police. terror suspect rahami wounded but captured alive after desperate shootout in the streets of new jersey. next time you see a cop or two then gunshot. one officer was hit saved by his vest. rahimi trying to run from police. this bar owner told a friend he thought the man sleeping in doorway was the suspect whose spigot plastered all over dv in the university.
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he can be anybody. let's call it off. what happened when the police came to him. i think he only talked to him. he just shot, boom, boom. investigate o say they have evidence that ties rahimi to the bomb that exploded. similar pressure cooker device the pipe bomb that exploded near a new jersey charity run and the backpack full of pipe found in new jersey one exploding when a police robot cut a wire. >> new yorker responded to police calls to help. a building superintendent showed me some of the pictures he gave investigators he said shows rahimi dragging a suitcase they think contain the pressure cooker device. james spotted the device and called 911. that pot lingered in my mind. there was so weird about it. i came back and took a second
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suspicious so i called 911. do you feel like a belated hero. anyone would have done that. and as the repair continue here federal investigator continue to build their case in connection with the bombing. no charges filed in connection with the bombing yet. that's because the investigator don't have to worry the suspect rahimi in the hospital held up on $5 million bail. right now he's charged with five counts of attempted murder on police connected with that police shootout. 7news "today in new england." this morning we're learning about a potential connection between those bombs and the boston marathon attacks. directly mention these tsarnaev brother. team 7 coverage continues byron barnett live in boston. >> you know from the very beginning there were some obvious connection comparison
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and the bombing herement at the boston pair on this. now there appears to be a direct connection. >> from the surveillance video to the shootout with police to the pressure cooker loaded with bb's and ball bearing. there's striking similarity between the new york terror take down and the boston marathon bombing. but now a direct link. cnn reporting that a note found on the unexploded bomb in manhattan mentioned the boston marathon bombings and the tsarnaev brothers. the pressure failed to explode was the same sort of improvised device that killed three people and wounded more than 260 in the boston marathon attack. one of the big questions that remains unanswered did amad work alone. former worst police commissioner doesn't think so. they don't do this by looking at the internet. they have to have someone show them how to do it. it's strange to me that there's so many statements coming from
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loan wolves there's nobody else involved. it doesn't seem possible. the wake of the terror tackdown increase security across massachusetts state police say they will increase present at gillette stadium for thursday night patriots game. and at public transit station and regional transportation centerstate police are increasing patrols to supplement patrol by transit police. >> and authorities here in m massachusetts are continuing to ni and new jersey looking for any relevanters in the case they need to pass it on to local police agencies here in commonwealth. that's the latest live here in boston. byron barnett, 7 news "today in new england." you can stay locked on 7 for continuing coverage of the terror tackdown. you can get the latest from our mobile and tablet apps as well as web site whdh.com. >> breaking overnight french police have arrested 8 more people in connection with a
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88 people were killed in july. isis has claimed responsibility. at least five other people are also facing charges for allegedly helping the attacker. right now a teacher in wimmington set to return to class after assaulting a women and breaking her fors. victoria warren live in wimmington. vicki some are concerned he's back on the job now. some people are surprised by this move. we have teacher arrested accused of he was placed on live. now school officials have decided he can be in the school with student. we're talking about gym teacher here at wimmington high school. a gym teacher with more than decade of experience. now mr. anthony is back in the building a week after paying a 1,000 bail in assault case where police say he smashed his girlfriend's face into door frame possibly breaking her nose. school officials say they are aware of concern in a statement
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looked at this issue from murlt pl perspective including reviewing his record as educator in wimmington for the past 13 years. we wouldn't have returned him to position if we didn't believe he didn't post a threat. they went on to say they will follow the legal case very closely. live this morning, victoria warren 7news "today in new england." police if investigate a bomb threat. authority believe this is hoax. the investigator began after someone called police last night. after that found a bag of shot gun shells. they had messages written on them that referenced terrorism and a bomb placed on a bus in town. police don't believe there was any threat. patriots dealing with a quarterback problem. back up quarterback jimmy garoppolo went down as you know
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and now we hear frommed to brady ahead of thursday night's game. let's head to gillette for more. >> brady has some high praise for the backups backup, jacoby brissit. it's a stuff injury. especially your throwing shoulder. i know he will be back out there as soon as he can. >> tom brady offering his take on garoppolo's shoulder injury. will be able to start on thursday. who will start? >> you have to ask the coach for that >> as you would expect coach belichick didn't offer much during the weekly interview with weei. while it would take a surprising recovery to place thursday night danny amendola said don't rule out any possibility. he's a tough kid and italian. but if garoppolo can't go
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rookie jacoby brissit. >> i love working with him. i know will be ready to go if he's called upon. who knows. uppy may be out there. if all else fails there's julian edelman. maybe give him more ammunition if he did well. if he didn't do so well. there's only one place to go. >> they report they don't plan julian would likely be the back up thursday tai night. john cocoa. 7news "today in new england." 7 new counting down to election day. 49 days to go in the white house. hillary clinton leading in key poll after hitting the campaign trail. the past few days. 50% of voter are backing he in the latest survey monkey pole. this comes as trump has been
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same. hillary clinton might have -- might have torte of support of george h. wvenlths bush. kathleen kennedy townsend said bush told her about his plan when they met in maine. bush's spokesperson said his vote will remain private. one of donald trump's son grabbing ad donald trump junior tweeting this image. it reads if i had a bowl of skit ls and told you just three would kill you would cull take a handful. the post has drawn critisism onlawn and from the makers of skittles. >> reacting to terror take down in the candidates for president sounding off as terrorism takes center stage on the campaign trail. at 9:30 outrage of video appears to show an unarmed man with his
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>> plenty of clouds out there today. not much rain to talk at. in fact we start to dry it out with breaks of sun this afternoon. more on that forecast, ahead. also medical marijuana now legal but some people are getting pot delivered to their doors. cheryl fiandaca takes it along with pam griffin: our daughter courtney got caught in a web of opiate and heroin addiction. doug griffin: our insurance company indicated that courtney's problem wasn't a matter of life and death - pam griffin: she told me that she didn't want to live like this anymore... she begged... she begged for help, saying mom - please help me. doug griffin: our family's tragedy could happen to any family... pam griffin: we knew we had to save other families from losing their children. kelly reached out to us. doug griffin: she came to my family to learn more. pam griffin: she listened to what we had to say, who we were - she cared about us... she didn't know us.
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doug griffin: kelly co-authored the comprehensive addiction and recovery act - this act will save kids' lives... ...and enable families to get the help they need. doug griffin: we don't want courtney to be remembered for her substance abuse, but rather for her struggle to achieve recovery. pam griffin: kelly believes recovery is possible. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte and i approved this message. ? quiet. convenient. and surprisingly affordable. right now, take 25% off all motorized blinds and shades. life's just gotten a little bit easier.
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>> welcome back. 9:15. not feeling like september weather there. if you stepped outside and maybe in time machine or something for the past two months. someone said it's july you may belief them. you walk out the door. it's mild and muggy. humidity way out there. we got some rain yesterday of course the muggy still left in the wake of the rain. look at this northern worcester county.
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then you got closer to bostonment. didn't luck out as much. you could use more than that. beneficial rain for some. for others more in the boston area through western and southwestern u.s. bebs and southern u.s. weshs say that's it. that's all we have. that's it. we don't have a lot of rain over the next 7 days in the forecast. 9 degrees in boston now. 70 in plymouth. there's been a couple of scattered showers. this isn't drought denting by any stretch down into rhode island and southeastern connecticut. few showers close to route 44 south down into southeastern mass. southwestern new hampshire. we will gradually see the trend. by noontime today north and west of boston seeing some of the brighter skies still a lot of cloud in the southeastern mass. later this afternoon. i think we will shake off any left over showers across the cape.
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west chance of more sun from boston on north and west. that's where temperatures will be the warmest. overnight tonight. clear skies for many of us. there could be low clouds hanging around buzzard's bay and cape and island. look at that forecast for tomorrow. low lower humidity as well. still muggy throughout the day. although the humidity starts to come down overnight tonight. 56 in the cooler suburbs. 66 in boston. great looking day low-to-mid 80s inland. sea breeze kicking on in. pleasant out there for kick off at gillette on thursday. 70 degrees fading back into the 60s. of course fall officially awrying thursday. temperature in the 80s to end the week. but as we get into the weekend there's your pattern change. as temperature fade into the 60s for highs. bit of a breeze over the weekend as well. not a lot of rain going ahead.
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that's about it, guys? >> just ahead, marijuana delivered to your front door? some people are using an underground service to get it. and we ride along. >> at 9:30 a mother in rhode island facing charges after police say she threw her
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delivery people are dropping off drugs in and around boston specifically they are delivering marijuana. underground delivery services are now popping up. investigative reporter cheryl fiandaca takes us along for the ride. it's a private members group. he's a combat investigate iran who completed dozens of missions in iraq. his newest mission is delivering medical he let me come along. >> we're delivering can cannabis today. >> this organized underground marijuana delivery network that few people know about. it's a potentially risky root for the man who calls himself chief. >> we're going to patient members home. it's somewhere we've been many times before. she's a nice friend. and she's appreciates what we
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allowed to possess and use marijuana for medical purposes. he's also registered as a marijuana caregiver. but exactly what that means is a little hazy. in massachusetts a care giver is allowed by law to buy, grow, and assist a single patient with medical marijuana. that mean chief is only allowed to deliver the drug to the one person he specifically authorized to help as a caregiver. >> and you're a caregiver. i'm a caregiver as well. you're not her caregiver. >> no. >> hello. it's chief. >> michelle not her real name has suffered for years with serious health issue. now only finding relief with medical marijuana. >> i have fbromiligi. ist on 14 medications new down to 5. her doctored help her. she said she can't get to
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>> yes, i do. >> how important is that fm? it's really important for me because i don't have a car. i can't drive right now. but some say this kind of delivery is dangerous. >> it's unsafe. i think it's a public safety issue. >> nicole snow advocate for medical marijuana who said the state regulation leave too much open for interpretation. >> there's a lot of confusion around the caregiver regulation. it's left up for complete interpretation. to clear it up we went commissioner who job it is to make sure the state's medical marijuana rules are being followed. and we asked her if what chief is doing is legal. >> caregivers cannot sell or profit from dispensing the medical marijuana. if would hear of any case of caregiver going outside of those parameters we would of course investigate that. chief said he doesn't get paid for making deliveries. and believes what h is doing
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right. >> if it's medicine. how do you deny it to people? i don't understand that. right now 30,000 people in the state of massachusetts have been approved to receive medical marijuana. but there are only 7 dispensaries in the state. in the newsroom. i'm cheryl fiandaca. coming up criminal cases dismissed. find out how many after an evidence scandal in braintree. >> up next in your healthcast it seems tribing five second rule isn't what it v.o.: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, arenthood 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, wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes is responsible for the
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that the drug improves motor function. muscular distrophy leads to loss of muscle strength often confine inpain shent to wheel share chair and there's no known cure. sleep problems could be affecting your heart health according to the american heart association getting too little sleep or too much sleep may increase the risk of heart disease. experts say more research is needed to determine exactly how much sleep you need to have a healthy heart. >> we've all used the five-second rule when dropping food. but scientist are bacteria actually contaminates faster than we think. they found that the longer food the more germs there were. and that contamination can occur in less than a second. wet foods attracted the most bacteria. we said earlier like popcorn, skittles. i feel there was a ten second rule then a five second rule.
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>> bombing suspect captured in new jersey. dangerous devices are scattered across two state. taking center stage in the race for the white house. the candidate sounding off on national security. an unarmed black man shot and killed video of the incident sparking concern in tulsa as
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welcome back on this tuesday morning. thanks for staying with us. i'm sarah french. >> what would we do without chris lambert to track the forecast. the hardest working man on tv. in new england this summer it's been dry. we've been kind of uneasy street with a lot of sunshine. the last couple of day we tracked rain if here. giving me too much credit. 69 in boston. the dewpoint 67. a lot of mugginess in place. and with this doesn't feel like fall just two days away from us. with temperature running in the 70s now closer to 80 this afternoon. we start to shake off all the rain in new england. scattered showers developing. south eastern connecticut. southern rhode island working across southeastern mass most of them out of route 4 # 44. we see more sunshine breaking out from northwest to southeast throughout the day. the last location to see it
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that's where we have spotty shouse. expect some sun midday through the afternoon. boston and north and west. the earlier you see the further north and west you go. that's where temperature the warmest. low-to-mid 80s there. cooler across the cape and island. plenty or warmth through the work week. >> 7-day forecast, ahead. now to terror take down. suspect arrested in new jersey and now cnn is he m that suspect now recovering after being shot. already fating serious charges of course this morning could face more. here's 7 can hausle. he in new york city with the latest on the investigation. at the scene of the bombing saturday. there's some signs of what happened. you can see the shattered glass from the store where we saw some of that surveillance video of the bombing. right next to it we see repair
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after the suspect was caught after a violent confrontation with police. >> terror suspect rahami wounded by captured alive after desperate shootout in the streets of new jersey. >> i hear gunshot, boom, boom, boom. one officer was hit saved by kevlar vest. rahimi trying to run from police. this the bar owner who told friend he thought the man sleeping in his doorway suspect whose picture plastered all over tv and the internet. this guy looks exactly like him. he can be anybody. let's call the cops. what happened when the police came up to him? >> i think he only talked to him. maybe 20 seconds. that's when he went for his gun. investigator say they havers that ties rahimi to the bomb that exploded injuring 29. the similar pressure cooker
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charity run and the backpack full of pipe bombs also found in new jersey one exploding when a police robot cut a wire. >> new yorker responded to police calls to help. a building superintendent showed me some of the very ray lance pictures he gave investigator he said shows rahimi dragging suitcase police think contain the pressure cooker device. jane spotted the device and called 911. the pot lingere there was so weird about it. i came back and took a second look. i thought it looked suspicious so i called 911. do you feel like a belated hero. >> no. anyone would have done that. and as the repairs continue here the federal investigators continue to build their case. there's actually no charges against rahimi in connection with the bombing. investigator no too worry they go anywhere because he remains hospitalized held on more than 5
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connection with the shootout five pounds of attempted assault on police officers. dan hauls l 7news "today in new england." and this morning both of the presidential candidates are speaking out about the attacks in the new york area. donald trump is blaming the attacks on president obama. and hillary clinton immigration policies. however hillary clinton is saying that trumps rhetoric on muslims is helping isis with its recruitment. in recent poll voter say t commander-in-chief but that trump would be better at handling terrorism. we know that a lot of the rhetoric we've heard from donald trump has been seized on by terrorist in particular isis because they are looking to make this into a war against islam. >> she is not the right person
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her and obama gave us. >> so those comments come just one week before the first presidential debate. don't forget you can stay right here with 7 for continuing coverage of the terror take down. always get the latest from our mobile and tablet apps and our web site as well. right now police are searching for a robber on the run in worcester. investigators say this man went into cvs and handed a pharmacist a note demanding oxycontin pills. the suspect got the pills and then walked mother and providence, rhode island facing charges after police say she threw her toddlers out of a window. investigators say benita tossed two 2-year-old boys out a first floor window sunday. that sustained scrapes and bruises are now in state custody. lawyers for the driver say his multiple sclerosis caused him to loose control of his
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55-year-old bradford kassler appeared in court monday. he pleaded not guilty to two counts of motor vehicle homicide and operating to endanger. prosecutors disagree with the defense. and say he was not having a medical episode when he plowed into the sweet tomatoes restaurant killing two people and injuring 7 others. the gentleman suffers from multiple sclerosis. we all know the effects of multiple sl >> one described it as accelerating with engines highest rpm's. he will be back in court next month. 15 criminal cases have had to be dismissed in response to the braintree police department's evidence scandal. eb gomez the most recurrent to have charges dropped after a breech at the departments evidence room.
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with thousands of pieces of evidence including guns, drugs an personal property. >> i'm very disappointed in the police department. that puts in jeopardy the court system and the innocence or guilt of many of the defendants. many more cases are expected to be dismissed after recent audit of the police department as well. >> also on 7 protest are in tulsa. 7 jennifer eagan joining us from the control room with more. jen? >> the officer who pulled the trigger on paid leave this morning. dash cam and aerial video captured the shooting on camera the moments after when no one checked on terrance clecher for more than a minute. >> reporter: the shooting
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tulgsa police officers responded to unrelated call when they spot terrance's suv. >> i got a subject he won't show me the hand. >> aerial video shows his hands up. one officer deploys his taser. another fires her weapon killing crusher. we saw terrance didn't have a happen. he didn't make any sudden four. his twin sister is devastated. his life mattered. his life mattered. >> the officer who fired her gun betty shelby on paid administrative leave. >> we will achieve justice in this case. >> the department of justice has also opened a separate civil right investigation. >> and crusher's sister told nbc she's want charges brought against officer shelby.
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new england." thank you. new this morning actor jim carrey speaking after being sued ver the death of his ex girlfriend. he calls the lawsuit heartless and attempt to profit over her death. her estranged husband is accusing cary of causing her death by giving her illegal drugs. white took her life last year by overdosing on prescription pills. checking news across country. two people are recovering after a car crashed along the hollywoodal afternoon. officers say a driver hit a vehicle and kept going before hitting two pedestrians and crashing into a building. both victims are expected to be okay. police arrested that driver. >> and police in indianapolis trying to figure out how a small alligator on the highway. two-foot long gator spotted monday in the reptile was alive but injured. investigators believe the animal either fell or was thrown from a
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recall involving eggo waffle. thousands of waffles are taken off the shelves. the company recalls 10,000 cases of eggonutri grain whole wheat waffles. there's been no reports of anyone getting sick, though. just ahead on "today in new england" an unexpected guest one animal getting a little bit curious and tries to check in and an hillary clinton hits the tonight show. >> mild and muggy. we'll trade it in for some sunshine. it looks like that trend will
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pam griffin: our daughter courtney got caught in a web of opiate and heroin addiction. doug griffin: our insurance company indicated that courtney's problem wasn't a matter of life and death - so she wasn't eligible for treatment. pam griffin: she told me that she didn't want to live like this anymore... she begged... she begged for help, saying mom - please help me. doug griffin: our family's tragedy could happen to any family... pam griffin: we knew we had to save other families from losing their children. kelly reached out to us. doug griffin: she came to my family to learn more. pam griffin: she listened to what we had to say, who we were - she cared about us... she didn't know us. pam griffin: we talked about the ways to remove the stigma of addiction so parents can get help. doug griffin: kelly co-authored the comprehensive addiction and recovery act -
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embered for her substance abuse, but rather for her struggle to achieve recovery. pam griffin: kelly believes recovery is possible. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte and i approved this message. >> candidate hillary clinton having some fun with falon. >> welcome, welcome, thank you so much. thank you. it's so nice to have you here. [laughter] let's talk about everything. >> don't forget that hand sanitizer. he had democrat hillary clinton as a guest last night. and as you see he was taking every precaution. of course in the news that shes suffering from pneumonia.
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it we have story about donald trump being on the program. but he messed up his hair. for the ladies he was yies nicer. >> funny with trump. you see people truth it. falon confirmed it's real indeed. taking a look at the drought monitor. we do have the extreme drought. that's been in place across much of eastern mass southeastern new hampshire throughout a good chunk of worcester county. when you overlay that area where a good chunk of that extreme drought area from southern new hampshire back into northern worcester county got beneficial rains 2-3 inch widespread there. couple of towns northern worcester coming closer to four. however the bulk of us in the boston metro area down through the south shore didn't see much rain at all. couple of tenths of an inch of rain. few town close to half an in. then you skip down near the south coast of new england
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that's where it's currently raining at time. scattered showers down through southern rhode island. back close to buzzard's bay. they are brief. they will not amount to much. quarter inch or less with the showers rolling through. that's the case over the next few hours. it will tend to dry it out throughout the afternoon. we begin to see the owning of the cloud cover get suppressed off to the south. i expect some more sunshine to return as we go throughout the day. in fact, late this morning and then through early afternoon breakdown. essentially from northwest to southeast. 67 the dewpoint in boston. 58 in buffalo. mid 50s across portions of canada. that's the drier air that will work on in. by tomorrow afternoon and thursday afternoon it's a much more comfortable feel to the air. yes, it will be warm outside with temperatures running into the low 80s but more comfortable warmth ahead of us over the next couple of day. lower humidity building in.
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that will change the air mass for the weekend. and go from the 80s back into the 60s. it's been active across the tropics. you know most notable storm will be tropical storm carla as it continues its journey to west-northwest. it is expected to strengthen here and curve back out to sea. nothing close to u.s. coastline. low pollen counts. mild pollen counts may and friday. thursday to friday in the warm air low-to-mid 80s widespread. however, as that front crosses on through on friday night that changes it up big time for the weekend. we're talking about breeze and high temperatures then only running into the 60s. nowhere close to that this afternoon. low 80s in fact maybe a couple of upper 80s to the north and to the west of boston as we do have warm temperatures prevailing.
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over the weekend. will feature high temperatures into the 60s as well as some dry air. there we go. >> all right, guys. back to you. glad to see the graphics are working. it's a stray from hotel in alaska that had unexpected visitor a bear getting a little close for comfort. just came right up to the hotel's lobby. it's spooked some people standing a few feet away. take a look a a hotel gets a guest they can't handle. that's what happened at this hotel in alaska that sent staff running. >> i ran into the back. and told the manager. security camera captured it all. >> he was looking for a way to get in or see people or something. he found it. >> he go right back in. and decide i think i will take a peek inside. we're kind of excited he stopped by >> a black bear fish and game
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staff. i think she's already. she's got her hairs up and then down. and it's like you're already. >> this is first time i've seen the bear. she's not alone. a new manager from california had arrived just a few hours before. i don't think i've been trained on how to kick a bear out of the lobby. this something i may have to work on a little bit. you better get inside the building over there. that's a bear. >> the visitor didn't stick around. a photographer captured his before ending up at cemetery four blocks away. >> black bears on south side on hillside but not the cemetery in downtown anchorage. you don't see that every day. not at all. >> the bear finally climbed up in tree. they tranquilized him. he's doing okay. they let him back in the forest. he clearly just wanted a rest and weekend get away. it's 9:49.
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a steller night for one sox ace as the team tries to hang on win their fifth straight. patriots without their top two quarterbacks as they head towards the match-up with the
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striking out 7 in efficient complete game effort allowing two runs lowering era to 3.8. even with garoppolo recovering from strained ac joint. they don't plan to bring in veteran backup quarterback. there's a chance garoppolo could back up jacoby brissit thursday night. tom what he can. it's a tough injury especially your throwing. it's a tough injury. i know he will be back out as soon as he can. >> he's a tough kid and he's italian. i don't count him out. >> working out glen graboski cut earlier. get ready for those two in the same locker room. that's sports.
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david ortiz making history once again the red sox star connecting on his 35th home run of the year last night setting. he's single season record. for the most home runs by a player who at least 40 years old. >> new balance helping send big poppy back in style. they design special cleats that he will wear in final series against each division rival. that include shoesor for toronto. for final series his cleats will feature the date of each watch off homer he has hit during his career. >> that's pretty cool. can't wait to see. >> his shoe closet will arrive. up next a cat proving it really does have nine lives. who stepped in to rescue him after a crash in the tunnel. cool it down for the weekend. cool it down for the weekend. another look at the 7-day
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>> here's a cat proving he definitely has nine lives. thanks to state trooper he has a second chance at life. meet callaghan. he was hit by a car last week. but he's expected to make a full recory thanks to trooper that rushed him to mspa. he's resting for adoption. >> someone will need him at home, think. >> what do you think? >> i think so. i think he wouldn't last long before adopted; right? temperaturings this afternoon upper 70s. low 80s inland though where we see the most sunshine there. curiosity getting the best of cat. 7 on 7 forecast through the rest of the week. we keep it warm through friday. cold front coming through friday night. huge change much cooler over the weekend. enjoy the rest of your morning
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this morning on today's take, jeffrey tambor is here fresh off his emmy win. > now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is today's take with al roker, tamron hall, and billy bush. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning, september 20th, 2016. got to put the year in there. in case you forget. >> you still write checks? >> yeah. >> really? >> yeah. >> i do everything online now.

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