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the details. >> reporter: the officer who fired his gun is on administrative leave today. keith scott's family insists he did nothing wrong. protests erupting in charlotte, north carolina after a police-involved shooting. keith lamont scott was killed by an officer on tuesday. police were looking for another man at an apartment complex but came across scott. >> at this point, all we know is they are in the and this subject gets out with a weapon. they engage him. and one of the officers felt a lethal threat and fired his weapon because of that. >> reporter: scott's family says he wasn't armed. >> he didn't have no gun! he wasn't messing with nobody! they said hands up! he got a gun! pow, pow, pow! that's it! >> reporter: the officer who
the shooting sparked protest. the windows to police cruisers smashed, traffic on i-85 shut down. the goods inside track or the-trailers dragged out and set on fire. police say 12 officers were injured in the protests which lasted until early this morning. officers using what appearedk to tear gas to break up the crowd. >> there was a terrorist, new jersey, new york. he was taken alive. they said they wanted to question him. so because of you wanting to question him, does his life mean more across the nation? it doesn't make any sense. >> reporter: this morning, the city's mayor called for peace. >> give us the time to get the right information and then to continue dialogue going forward. how we continue to be a peaceful community. opportunity is open to everyone. >> reporter: the city's police chief says the officers who were hurt during the protest have minor injuries. in the newsroom, jennifer
roughly 200 protesters gathered last night outside the tulsa police department last night. oklahoma governor is urging residents to remain calm as authorities investigate another shooting. on monday, police released video of 40-year-old terrence crutcher being gunned down by a tulsa police officer. the lawyer for officer betty shelby says slb crutcher was on drugs. she described him as uncooperative when his car stalled in the middle of the road last friday. shelby shot and killed crutcher because she thought she was reaching inside his s.u.v. for a gun. attorneys for crutcher's family, they disagree. >> she clearly believed him to be under the influence of some type of narcotic, possibly pcp. because she has a drug recognition expert. >> this department, like many police departments around america, sees people of color
>> nancy: officials are still investigating to see if criminal charges should be filed. >> sarah: also breaking at noon: an attacker armed with a knife tries to enter the israeli embassy in turkey and is shot by turkish security officials. the man is identified as a turkish national and a preliminary investigation indicates he appears to be mentally unstable and has no known links to any terror groups. the israeli foreign ministry spokesperson says that all embassy staff turning now to the terror takedown at the... they are searching for two more men in connection with the bombing investigations in new york and new jersey. this, as the men accused of setting off the bombs is now facing federal terrorism charges. federal prosecutors say ahmad khan rahami bought bomb-making equipment on-line. investigators say he also wrote about planning the attacks in a journal. one entry said he hoped the sounds of the bombs would be
officer peter hammer receiving thunderous applause as he was released from the hospital tuesday morning. he was shot in the head while he was trying to arrest rahami. hammer says he is lucky to be alive. >> feels like i got shot in the head. i'm glad to be alive. i'm glad to be home. i spoke to the president. the director of the f.b.i. everybody is concerned. it is overwhelming to me. investigators are looking into rahami's travel to the middle east to see if he received money or training from terror groups. >> nancy: now turning to our forecast. looks like a sunny end to summer. temperatures set to hit the 80's today. today is, of course, the last full day of summer, chris. fall is just around the corner now. >> chris: yes. we can keep the summer going for a couple more days after this, nancy. 81 right now in boston. 82 in plymouth. 79 in bedford.
40's and 50's. for the most part. still a little bit on the muggy side. overall, gorgeous day. very comfortable out there. and just some thin clouds to try to filter out the sun at times. this afternoon, may not get... may knock it back a few degrees once the sea breeze kicks in. no sea breeze, close to 84 this afternoon. a warm afternoon up and down the area. well above the average. the average high this time of year, running into the lower 70's. even acrosshe high-level clouds. temperatures running into the 70's. warmth continues for one more day or two more days, i should say. a big cooldown over the weekend. more ahead. >> sarah: a black bear spotted wandering nearby at a local high school. >> nancy: students are on alert. byron barnett is live in acton with more. byron? >> reporter: yeah. a bit of excitement here in acton this morning. the environmental police believe that the bear has
far away from the police department from where we are right now. we have a picture of the bear. you can see it looks like a fairly small bear. black bear. this picture was taken by a woman who was driving by on route 27. she saw this bear crossing the road. the woman took a picture. now, the bear continued moving on. and it was actually seen on school property. the police notified all the near the high school, all the schools were told to get the kids inside and they have pretty much been that way ever since while this bear kept wandering around. we have sky 7 vild owe. as you can see, the environmental police. they were called in. they are just sort of fooling the bear. literally, one of them said she were shooing the bear along, sort of trying to move it along to a wooded area outside of town.
now, we talked to one police officer here who tells us that every couple of years, a bear does come through town. >> early this morning, i don't know what time, around 8:45. on hayward road, we got a call from a resident. explaining that they had seen a bear cross the road. running across the road. they were alerting us to its whereabouts. yeah. it has been seen in the general area of police department. near route 2. and route 27. it has crossed many streets. in some areas, there are shopping areas where people are out and about. >> reporter: once again, the environmental police tell us that they believe the bear has moved on. this is a wildlifer management area. this is next to acton here. they think it is a good chance that that is where the bear may be. they say the bear will be safe there. generally, again, this happens every couple of years here in acton.
where anyone has been hurt. they generally tell people to stay away from the bear. kind of use your common sense. they say it is a good thing to make sure you don't leave food out in the yard. like bird-feeders and things like. that those attract the bears. i'm byron barnett, 7 news. >> sarah: more news today: a boston man wanted for rape caught upskirting at an m.b.t.a. station. officers arrested the 51-year-old james colors after a female passenger on the "t" accused him of videin her skirt. it was later discovered he was also wanted for rape and two counts of indecent assault and battery. colors is expected to be arraigned today in cambridge district court. >> nancy: also on 7: a toddler rushed to the hospital after he was hit by a car in brockton. and now that boy's grandfather is talking about his condition. nicole oliverio is live in brockton with more. >> reporter: that grandfather tell us that little
they don't know how he is doing. he did suffer life-threatening injuries. all of this happening just feet from his home. you see the markings on the street where the car tried to swerve but hit that little boy. it happened in an instant. police say the two-year-old ran away from his mother and darted into the street. seconds later, he was hit by a car. just feet from the front door of his brockton home. >> the boy's grandfather tells us he survived the night at mass. genal the little boy has brain swelling and isn't sure if his condition is improving. >> so-so. yeah. i don't know. >> reporter: the driver of the toyota that allegedly hit the boy told investigators he slammed on his brakes and tried swerving. right now, that driver isn't facing any charges. the mother told officers she was walking with her son on market street when he took off. she chased after him but it
paramedics rush him to the hospital. >> i went over there and saw the ambulance. i saw him moving. i don't know if they was moving him or not. i was so shaky. >> reporter: his family by his side at mgh. and a neighborhood prag that the toddler recovers. state police are now handling the accident reconstruction. but investigators say they believe this to be nothing more than a horrible accident. we know the little boy his mother farx they are, and grandfather at the hospital. we are live from brockton, nicole oliverio, 7 news. >> sarah: a violent night in boston. police are investigating three shootings. a man was shot and killed in dorchester. this happened on downer avenue just after 8:00 last night. the victim was taken to boston medical center but he later died. so far, no arrests have been made. officers are also looking into reports of shots being fired
tuesday night in several cars. according to e.m.s., no one in the area appears to have been injured. and a man who was shot in a separate incident in roxbury is expected to survive. police say the man was shot in the leg on dudley street just before 9:00 last night. the victim was rushed to boston medical center and treated for non-life-threatening injuries. investigators have not said if they have identified a suspect in the shooting. >> nancy: the family of a new hampshire woman who was raped and murdered now court to try to reverse an order to unseal records of the victim's past sexual history. the controversial order comes as her murderer appeals his conviction. advocates say the court order is in direct opposition of the rape shield law to protect a victim's privacy. >> sarah: the election just 48 days away. after taking a day off to prepare for next week's debate, hillary clinton is heading to florida to lay out her
donald trump will be in ohio with running mate mike pence. a day after attacking clinton as the ultimate insider and friend of the rich. this comes after trump's campaign was criticized for defending donald trump, jr.'s tweet comparing syrian refugees to a bowl of skittles. as election day gets closer, massachusetts officials want to remind selfie-takers, you are not allowed to take a picture of your completed ballot. even if it is your own. if you are voting in new hampshire,he banning the publishing of a completed ballot punishable by a fine. >> nancy: coming up, cleared of charges. why investigators say the off-duty officer in this video did nothing wrong. >> sarah: a 911 call from across the pond. why one woman from the u.k. reported a car crash to barnstable police. >> chris: sunshine. summer-like feel to the air this afternoon. temperatures into the 80's.
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>> nancy: we are following breaking news at noon. the f.b.i. is now looking for two people of interest in the new york and new jersey bombings. you see those two men right there. detectives say the two men in this photo took a suitcase that was left on a manhattan sidewalk on saturday. the f.b.i. says they want to talk to these two men and recover that suitcase. anyone with information is urged to call police and authorities are giving an now. let's listen in. >> what's in there, it has to be identified. it could be a rich environment to pull other things from. we don't know. we don't know exactly what they did. we need to speak to these individuals. (inaudible) >> you want to talk about that? >> no. i don't think i want to add any more about that. >> rich?
picture on television, what do you suggest they do? >> call the chief. go down to the precinct. call 911. you know, we will come and pick them up and you know,s talk to them. again, they are at this point, they are witnesses. >> are you worried that they would be, because they took the bag... >> i don't think they need to wo a hold on. one at a time. >> can you talk about where this video is from? (inaudible) >> you want to talk about that a little bit? >> we can't discuss all of where we got all of the different video. we are piecing the video
if you will. he is still... he is still not cleared by the doctors. we are ready to speak to him, of course. he is not medically cleared so we can speak to him just yet. that may happen in the next 24 hours or so. pending the doctor's approval. i don't know what else might have bin as far as any of the components and all, i have to refer you back to the complaint at this point. (inaudible) are you closer to finding out why he chose that particular area? >> no, we are not.
the facts in the complaint. i forget which time i was here, but i mentioned address histories we knew about. throughout new jersey. that led us to that. as we developed different pieces of information, we are looking at different places of business and residences. it sort of goes back to your question about why the bag is important. who bought the bag. where it was shipped to. there is all sorts of leads and trace that is come from that kind of stuff. other than that, i won't comment on the complaint. >> how easy is it to buy these sort of explosives? you can buy them on ebay. can you talk about he did it? how many people are capable of buying this? >> i don't think i want to get into the technical, technical
turn into bad things. and nypd and jersey state police have huge trip wire programs to alert the public to different things like that. if it's still called nexus. and shield. all those things that the p.d. here does to educate the public, educate businesses on all sorts of things that would be used for nefarious purposes. yeah, they can be turned into evil things. that is why we have programs like the nypd's. >> was it abandoned in any way? you have video and surveillance. >> so we haven't... if you are asking recovered the bag. we have not recovered the bag. i don't want to go into what the surveillance video shows. especially because we want to talk to witnesses. i don't want to taint and pre-put in their head what we
the detectives in the best position possible to draw the information out from an individual rather than give it to them first. (inaudible) >> not to my knowledge. there are so many things going on and different aspects and different investigative teams around the case. not to my knowledge. >> thanks, bill. >> sarah: all right. we have been listening to the f.b.i.'s press conference out of new york. here is the latest update that they have. these two men that you see right here, the f.b.i. is looking for these two men. they are not calling them suspects. they are calling them just witnesses. for now.
television recordings indicate that these two men right here allegedly found a piece of luggage on the sidewalk on saturday, took out an improvised explosive device from the luggage. and then left the area. they left the device behind is what the f.b.i. is saying. they took that luggage. so now they are not being entirely clear if this was the same device that had detonated. they are just saying this was taken in the same hour that one of those... that the device detonated onat but clearly, they are looking for these two men. >> sarah: all right. much more on this coming one in eight women will face breast cancer.
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>> chris: 12:25 on this wednesday afternoon. beautiful summer-like weather continuing. into late september. 81 in boston. the wind is out of the northwest. we kept the warmth around. but we lost the humidity. dew points down in the 40's and 50's right now. it is warm all the way to the cape cod canal. even across the canal. down across the mid-cape there, temperatures in the mid-70's at this time. northwesterly wind. 12 miles an hour. just strong enough so far to hold back the sea breeze in boston. if we get a sea breeze along the coastline and temperature kick-back, they will fall back in the mid-70's this afternoon. all in all, gorgeous-looking
we continue to see summer-like weather for the next couple of days. despite, you know, turning the page here and flipping to fall tomorrow. equinox, by the way, 10:21 tomorrow in the morning. take a look south of us. plenty of rain. some locations, six to ten inches of rain across virginia down into north carolina. those locations continue to get rain today. for us, the dry air is intruding from the north. that will continue its theme here over the next couple of days. we keep the warm air around. no question about that. today and again tomorrow. in fact, mid-80's tomorrow. even on friday, it is warm. s if although late in the day, we could have a passing shower or thunderstorm. this front that drops on through, likely creating some scattered showers at night. then on the other side of the front, that is when we see the big changes for the weekend. so there it is. the autumnal equinox. 10:21 tomorrow. flipping the page to fall. it still feels like summer outside. temperatures running similar to what they are today. that will get a lot of us into the lower to middle 8's. comfortable overnight tonight.
>> nancy: breaking news at 12:30. the f.b.i. now looking for two people of interest in the new york and new jersey bombings. detectives gave an update a short time ago. they are not calling men suspects. saying simply at this point, that they are witnesses. you can see in the picture, they say these two men took a suitcase that was left on a manhattan sidewalk on saturday. they are saying at this point, that they have removed an improvised explosive device from the luggage and then left the area, leaving the device behind but taking that luggage. they are now looking for these two men.
>> sarah: more breaking news. violence on the streets of north carolina. protesters outraged about an officer-involved shooting. some demonstrators lit fires, threw water bottles, even rocks at these police officers. >> nancy: the police chief is weighing in on the controversy. >> reporter: nancey, the officer who fired his gun has been with the department for two years. he is on administrative leave today. in the meantime, keith lamont scott's familyis protests erupting in charlotte, north carolina after a police-involved shooting. keith lamont scott was culled by an officer on tuesday. police were looking for another man at an apartment complex, but came across scott. >> at this point, all we know is they are in the apartment complex parking lot, and this subject gets out with a weapon. they engage him. and one of the officers felt a lethal threat and fired his
>> reporter: scott's family says he wasn't armed. >> he didn't have no gun! he wasn't messing with nobody! they just said hands up! he got a gun! he got a gun! pow, pow, pow, pow! that's it! >> reporter: police say the officer who shot scott is black. the shooting sparked protests, the windows to police cruisers smashed, traffic on i-85 shut down. the goods inside track or the-trailers dragged out and set on fire. injured in the protests, which lasted until early this morning. officers using what appeared to be tear gas to break up the crowd. >> there was a terrorist, new jersey, new york. he was taken alive. they said they wanted to question him. so because of you wanting to question him, does his life mean more than our black men across the nation? it doesn't make any sense. >> reporter: this morning, the city's mayor called for peace. >> give us the time to get the
continue dialogue going forward, how we continue to be a peaceful community. the opportunity is open to everyone. report t officers who were hurt during that protest have minor injuries. >> nancy: jen, thank you. also on 7: a boston police officer cleared of using excessive force during this encounter with a man in the back bay. that happened back in may. the department says the video doesn't tell the whole story. after reviewing video and interviewing witnesses, the boston police internal affairs department determined officer edward birth a did nothing wrong when he chased and pinned down milton guran. >> the real narrator says we tackle that... the victim and all the witnesses clearly say that he tripped on his own and he fell.
>> we clearly proved that did not happen. >> reporter: in another video released by boston police on tuesday, you can see guran riding down boylston street and the officer following. >> mr. guran may have a pattern of doing this type of activity in the past. >> it was a little bit shocking to us. >> if someone commits a crime, i expect my officers to act. >> no crime was committed. right? it was very clear that no crime was committed. >> the officer remained on the
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>> sarah:woods casino reopens after police gunned down a suspect there. police were trying to arrest a man in a parking garage when he pulled out a gun. investigators say officers then shot the suspect, causing him to fall several floors to his death. the incident leaving many in the area on edge. >> there was a lot of hotel staff that were, you know, activated: a lot of security. we were just waiting. >> we didn' somebody right outside the building shooting into the glass. we kind of stayed away from the windows and stuff. >> sarah: no other injuries were reported. state police say that suspect had an outstanding arrest warrant. they are still investigating what led to the shooting. >> nancy: boston police officers cracking down on drag-racing. during this three-day
citations and 5 criminal complaint applications. >> the m.b.t.a. is looking at removing potentially hazardous tree branches along the green line. according to the "globe," officials are going along the d branch today looking for any limbs that may be in danger. of falling on to the tracks. they will then contact home owners to ask them if the "t" would be allowed to cut down the branches. >> a texas man under fire for the way he disciplined his the customer who took the picture says she tried to stop. this man told her to mind her own business. >> while he was dragging her, though, she was saying please stop. you are hurting me. it is hurting. i promise i won't do it again. please stop, please stop. people are saying i embarrassed this man. that little girl was embarrassed when she was being dragged by the hair of her head in wal-mart. >> witnesses called 9 11. police are now investigating.
plane to crash in northern california. the plane crashed during a training mission tuesday morning. both pilots ejected from the plane before it crashed. one pilot is dead. another injured. pete spears was in the plane flying a crop-duster and watched the crash from the sky. >> i looked down. then i saw the wings of a plane. i just thought that is a u-2. i knew exactly what it was. s is recovering in the hospital at the time. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. a massive tire slams into a home in vermont. police say it caught fire and flew off of a farm truck and crashed into a living room window. you can see the damage to the home. nos one, thankfully, was home at the time. the truck driver has not been cited. >> nancy: the mayor will withdraw a city's backing for the bid to host the 2024
the administration had expressed doubts about staging the sporting spectacular, saying the heavily indebted city could ill-afford the investment needed. boston withdrew its bid last year for the olympics. the mayor will hold a news conference later on today. >> sarah: driverless cars gaining popularity on the road. the safety of these vehicles still a top concern. now the federal government is stepping in with new rules to keep the roads safe. the rules of the road are changing. just months aftera man dipd at the tesla model sedan on autopilot. now federal regulators are rolling out guidelines for driverless cars. >> the policy is about establishing safety as a cornerstone of autonomous vehicles from the outset. >> the transportation department recommending a 15-point compliance plan, requiring car-makers to report on a range of issues. including data-sharing, cyber-security, and how passengers will be protected in the event of a crash. plus, federal authorities may
driverless cars for safety inspections before they hit the market. in an op-ed monday in the pittsburgh gazette, president obama said in a self-driving car isn't safe, we have the authority to pull it off the road. until now, autonomous vehicle rules have been set state by state. >> we have to crawl, walk, and then run when it comes to autonomous vehicles. it can't be the wild weather out there. >> the self-drive cog lition for safer streets which includes uber saying they are onboard with the guidelines. no matter who or what is behind the wheel. and boston could be getting its own self-driving cars. mayor marty walsh announced last week that he is launching a program to explore the safety of these cars in the city. still ahead, something comical created in this cornfield. how one farm is paying tribute
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>> sarah: this is the 20th year of the festival. it includes hayrides, zip lines, and of course, a pumpkin patch. looking at that from bo above, knowing they leave it up to chance, that is crazy. it is so precise. i love this time of year. because of the apple-picking. i go apple-picking for the cider doughnuts. you can get apples anywhere. you can't get homemade cider doughnuts every everywhere, chris. >> chris: i'm with you on that one. they are hots. they are the best. here i am trying to get the lines in my lawn straight. these guys are doing perfect artwork in corn fields.
anything. the drought index, the drought monitor across much of eastern massachusetts up through southeastern new hampshire on the extreme side. we have been talking about this. brown was the theme this summer. right? boston rainfall, not only this year but going back last year, in totality the last couple of years, running close to 18 inches below average. if you want to back that up, you know, 2012 through 2016, the last four and what half 28 inches below average. a few years before that, between 2008 and 2011, you add up those four years. we were running about 25 inches. it comes in waves here. a few years a a time. it has been dry the last couple of years. certainly, putting a stress on the farmland, the crops as well as the trees. 81 outside in boston right now. 79 in bedford. 74 in hyannis. look at the dew points. what a change from yesterday. in the 60's to near 70
lower to middle 50's. for the most part. still a smidge of humidity down through buzzards bay, the cape and the islands. rain to the south of us. back into the mid-atlantic. this will stay to the south of us. what else is new, right? kind of the ongoing theme here. we will stay warm today. and even again tomorrow. even on friday, we have to wait for the cold front to arrive. sometime late friday or friday night. as that crosses, it l produces some scattered showers. a rumble of thunder maybe. we could have one or two of them leftover on saturday morning. then it is drying out and cooling off big-time. this is a huge pattern change for a few days at least. going into the weekend and early next week. as we struggle to get out of the 60's for highs. and widespread 40's for overnight lows. 78-84 this afternoon. localized sea breeze is a possibility. for some towns. especially down through the south shore. comfortable. clear tonight. cooling.
boston. very comfortable stuff. you can probably get away with using those a.c.'s tonight. some fresh air in the house. 82-86 tomorrow. fall arriving at 10:21. not going to feel like the equinox is upon us. more like temperatures running into the mid-80's. it won't feel like that at gillette. awesome tail-gating weather. close to 80 late afternoon,y evening. fading back into the low 70's. upper 60's for the game. the forecast: the weekend. you add in the breeze. it will feel like fall on saturday and sunday. guys? >> sarah: all right. a woman makes long-distance calls for help to police on the cape. officers soon realize something isn't quite right here. >> nancy: she was actually looking for police in england. >> reporter: woman in england tries to call a local police
>> barnstable police. recorded line. >> what started as a routine call is now an experienced barnstable police officer mark mcwilliams will never forget. >> not a typical call. a woman with a british accent. we get a lot of tourism here. >> reporter: the woman was reporting a minor car crash in barnstable: when the officer asked for more information, it started to get confusing. >> where did this happen? >> between >> between where? muddyford? >> yes. yes. between barnstable and... >> between barnstable and where? >>. >> the caller was 3,000 miles away in england. the towns are not from barnstable with a p. >> you have called the barnstable police department. >> yes. >> in massachusetts. >> massachusetts? >> reporter: mcwilliams has
wrong country. obviously, he couldn't help with this call. i told her it would be a six-hour response time for us. >> i'm sorry. what a laugh. never mind. bye-bye. >> okay. bye-bye. >> reporter: so technology is to blame for this mistake. the woman used the digital assistant on her phone. it dialed the wrong police department. jennifer eagan, 7 news. >> sarah: all right. much more a bridal party starting a new kind of trend. why they are trading in
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>> it was a big hit with everybody. the grooms mp3 even got in on it as well. check it out. now just old enough to drink at a wedding, caroline logan already has six years of photographing them under her belt. she started when she was 14. but her most recent stint was like no other for her. >> definitely keep hearing "i have never heard of. this i wish i thought of this." >> sarah: she photographed mar that, abigail, dolly, elizabeth and luisa. they are all sisters. they are coon-hound boxer mixes. and in the center with the bride, a pit bull pup. apparently, too cute not to share. >> it kind of took off. and 10,000 likes later, and thousands of comments of people tagging each other and their best friends. >> sarah: national shows and web sites picked up some of the pics. the fs the bride's idea to pick the pup. she worked with two rescue
fate. i love those pictures. the puppies are named after the original five first ladies. hopefully, they did that after the wedding. they are puppies. you have to remember. n they don't have great bladder control as puppies. okay. that is flower that only blooms every six years. where you can check out this corporation flower in massachusetts. >> chris: all right. checking out some apple-picking over the weekend? we will have the weather for that and much cooler
one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death. planned parenthood gives new hampshire women access
to life saving cancer screenings. but ayotte voted to defund planned parenthood six times. because ayotte opposes a woman's right to choose. in her relentless effort to overturn roe v. wade, ayotte puts critical cancer screenings at risk, hurting new hampshire women. kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care. independence usa pac is responsible
>> sarah: a special flower set to bloom at dartmouth college. commonly known as the corpse flower. it blooms every six years. when it does bloom, the flower knick named morphy will give off a stench that is compared to rotting flesh. the plant is expected to bloom by the end of the week. i can totally see why everybody wants to go see it. >> nancy: you can see it but you can't smell it. >> chris: i was going to say enjoy your lunch, everyone. is lunchtime over? we are getting there. close to 1:00. 82 in boston. 82 in norwood. it is a warm afternoon.
how about something a little more pleasant out there to think about? apple-picking over the weekend. we will have the weather for it. back into the mid-60's on saturday. low 60's on sunday. the breeze will be with us, too. certainly, a taste of fall in the air. after summer's stance here over the next few days. guys? >> sarah: thank you for joining us today, everyone. i'm sarah french. >> nancy: i'm nancy chen. 7 news continues first at 4:00. have a wonderful afternoon, everyone. 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
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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 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.
>> chad: hey, how is everyone? >> adrienne: i just keep thinking about what you said clyde said to kate about taking thomas no matter what. i mean, oh, my god, even though he knows that he's not ben's son. >> lucas: if you hadn't showed up when he had my mom trapped... >> chad: hey, look. you know what? we're all safe now. >> adrienne: are we? really? i mean, the men-- men who escaped-- 'r >> chad: look, let's just take a breath, okay? i have my security team covering all the access points. they're in the tunnels, on the roof-- >> adrienne: chad, when somebody wants something that badly, nothing is gonna stop them. >> aiden: no, chase, everything is fine with me. i'm just checking in on you, buddy. it's what dads do. no, the ride back from portland didn't seem long at all. i had some very interesting reading material. yeah--remember, i'm gonna be