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and families depend on: cancer screenings, birth control, basic women's healthcare. kelly ayotte and washington republicans have put defunding planned parenthood at the top of their agenda... and it's time for that to change. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. >> kris: police arrest two teens in connection with a shooting inside a cvs in stoughton. investigators are still searching for the actual shooter. the 18-year-old victim was hit in the shoulder. >> sarah: thankfully, he is expected to be okay. jonathan hall has breaking details. jon? >> reporter: nancy, christa, this is a fast-moving investigation. police now have a warrant for an arrest. and this is the man they are looking for. a manhunt in stoughton.
he went into a cvs pharmacy, argued with an 18-year-old customer, then shot him in the shoulder. >> he has ties to stoughton, boston, and brockton. >> any idea of the motive? . >> not at this time. that is still under investigation. >> reporter: it was some sort of argument, not a robbery. >> some sort of argument. the individuals involved are known to the victim. >> reporter: police have arre t 16. they accompanied the suspect into the store and then ran off with him after several shots were fired. >> they are charged with conspiracy, assault, with intent to kill. assault and battery. report a witness toll me she heard a commotion before the gunfire. >> you know, i didn't think anything of it. and then i heard a couple of pops. police say the victim from stoughton was treated and released at a local hospital and will recover. >> any information, please
>> 2424. again, he is considered armed and dangerous. we do not want you to approach him. call the police department. >> reporter: and the younger suspect s are expected to appear in juvenile court. we are live from stoughton, jonathan hall, 7 news. >> kris: all right, jon. thank you. breaking news in charlotte, north carolina. police have arrested a suspect for the deadly shooting of a protester. the victim was shot on wednesday as people demonstrated against the deadly police shooting of keith lamont scott. there have been t point. but last night was mostly peaceful. demonstrators did stay out past the midnight curfew. but police did not challenge them. now, there is video footage of the police shooting. the family of lamont scott has seen the video. they say it raises more questions. it is not clear if he was armed with a gun. the mayor saying today she believes the video should be released quickly fbs. it is just a matter when. >> i do believe the video should be released.
and i am willing to work with our law enforcement officials to discuss when that will occur. >> reporter: police agree with the mayor that the video needs to be released at the right time. protesters as well as the victim's family, they say they want the video released immediately. >> now turning to a developing story. the oklahoma police officer wanted for shooting and killing an unarmed man turns herself in. this i she turned herself in just before 2:00 this morning. and was charged with manslaughter. she was booked and then released about 20 minutes later after posting $50,000 bond. officer shelby shot and killed terence crutcher last week. the video shows crutcher walking away with his hands in the air before he was shot. after investigating, police say crutcher did not have a gun on him or inside his vehicle. they do say that drug pcp was
>> sarah: the pats are 3-0. the team putting on a show. even without tom brady and jimmy garoppolo. third-string quarterback jacoby brissett leading the team to victory over the houston texans. >> kris: yeah. he even ran for his first touchdown. >> reporter: well, the pats 3-0. justno to the season. >> to the ten! forth from rookie quarterback jacoby brissett was nervous about his first n.f.l. start, it didn't show. the third-stringer running the ball in for the first touchdown of the night. >> what was that like? your first career n.f.l. touchdown? >> it was crazy. it was awesome. definitely great. you can see all the players run up to you. i got a headache from all the
>> reporter: coach belichick still talking about his new quarterback's football speed. >> long legs. he eats up a lot of ground. you know, he certainly showed enough speed on that quick sweep play on the touchdown run that we needed in that situation. >> reporter: no brady. no garoppolo. no problem. brissett had four days to prepare for a tough texans team. and new england managed to shut them out. >> you have to go and put your >> inside the 20! >> reporter: brissett getting help from his teammates who were impressed with the rookie's performance. >> he was come posed. he was never rattled. he has played quarterback all his life. he is not... it is not a position that he is not familiar with. >> he showed great poise. he has been improving every day and working hard every day. >> reporter: of course, when you pitch a shutout like the
the defense did. jacoby brissett passed and ran his way into the hearts of pats fans. they are cheering and breathing a sigh of relief this morning. dan hausle, 7 news. >> kris: a special moment between brissett and head coach bill belichick. let's go to nicole oliverio. >> reporter: well, you know, like any first, you want to keep any sort of momentum or keepsake you. can for jacoby briss ept, well, it was his first n.f.l. touchdown ll in his first quarter of his first n.f.l. start, third-string rookie quarterback jacoby brissett runs nearly 30 yards for a patriots touchdown. >> it was crazy. it was awesome. definitely great. you can see all the players running up to you. got a headache after all the head-bumping. >> reporter: brissett handed his touchdown ball to
>> i was supposed to give him the ball. make sure they don't get it. make sure we get it. i gave it to him. >> reporter: don't worry. belichick gave it back. >> yeah, of course. yeah. just like with troy brown and samuel and those other guys. i was holding the ball for him. that is his first touchdown ball. that will go up on his shelf. >> reporter: after copping on with just three days of practice, leading his team to a shutove >> i think he handed himself great last week, this week. all week, every day. you know, he has done nothing but come in here and work as hard as he possibly can. >> reporter: fans say they were very impressed. they say it was after that run, that they knew that they had faith not only in the third-string quarterback but in what coach belichick was doing. they are wondering if he will give any more keepsakes before
garoppolo next week on the field. live from gillette, nicole oliverio, 7 news. >> kris: now turning to your weather. look at this. downtown boston. starting off a little gray out there. we have a chance of showers also. let's check in with bri eggers with the forecast. >> bri: you know, christa, looking out the window, you might not expect that it is as nice as it is outside. temperatures right now in the mid-70's. 79 in bedford low, possibly mid-80's for some spots away from the coastline. that cool air is not off from us. you see the low 60's in montreal right now. in buffalo as well. that is coming in and setting up for the weekend. it is a feel of fall. that is going to be with us not just for saturday, also sunday and into next week. so fall finally here. according to the forecast. it comes along with this front. we also get some showers out of. this quite possibly, a quarter of an inch to half an inch.
here is the weekend forecast. only topping out in the 60's. what a change it will be and then add a chilly breeze to the picture as well. we will continue the cool temperatures into next week. and we will get an hour by hour timeline on the showers to come in a few minutes. >> kris: thank you. now the terror takedown. after the weekend bombings in new jersey and new york, new video appears to show the suspect ahmad khan rahami placing a second explosive on the street in new york city. two men later unload the suitcase, leavi pressure-cooker bomb. investigators say 12 prints were found on the explosive device. rahami is still unable to speak, though. as he continues recovering in the hospital, following a shoot-out with new jersey police. investigators say he will not be medically cleared to face a judge for quite some time. law enforcement officials now focusing the investigation on rahami's family members, saying they might have known about his plans for the attack. rahami's wife was eskorded to the united states from dubai and taken for questioning by the f.b.i..
suspect. >> christa: 46 days to go until election day. hillary clinton and donald trump will go face to face in their first debate on monday on long island. peter alexander has more. >> reporter: three days until the first presidential showdown. in philadelphia, donald trump came out swinging. >> hillary clinton does not have to worry about the sirens and the she doesn't worry about it. she is sleeping. >> reporter: in fact, clinton aides say she was working, including calling charlotte's mayor to discuss the recent police shooting and protests and offering assistance. earlier in pittsburgh, trump talking about the role drugs played in this week's violence. >> if you are not aware, drugs are a big factor in what you are watching on television. at night. >> reporter: his aides insisting he wasn't specifically addressing the unrest in charlotte.
her lead of six points nationally, her critics are pouncing on a comment this week suggesting overconsiders. while highlighting her pro-union positions. >> having said all this, why aren't i 50 points ahead, you might ask. >> reporter: trump answering on fox news. >> because she is terrible. i mean, she has had a terrible record. everything she touches is bad. i mean, it is just a mess. >> reporter: both camps gearing up for monday night's debate match-up. this weekend, trump will huddle at one of his private golflu advisors, including chris christie and rudy giuliani. the candidate not doing mock debates. he sounds confident. >> i think it is going to be... >> reporter: clinton is preparing for the different trumps that might show up with. her running mate offering his own prediction. >> you will hear donald trump doing a lot of trash-talking. >> reporter: and president obama offering advice with abc news. >> be yourself and explain what motivates you.
>> christa: that was peter alexander reporting. meantime, a congressman says hillary clinton's former chief of staff cheryl mills and two other staffer members were granted immunity deals in exchange for their cooperation in the f.b.i. investigation into clinton's use of a private e-mail server while she was u.s. secretary of state. representative jason chafit says mills gave federal investigators access to her laptop on the condition that those findings would not be used against her. >> nancy: yahoo! c accounts were hacked. the largest data breach in history. the company says the breach happened in late 2014. leaking names, phone numbers and other personal information. the company is now trying to figure out if a foreign government is behind the attack. the tech giant says payment, card data and bank account information were not stolen. they are now advising any users who have not changed their password since 2014 to do so now. >> christa: coming up at noon,
into her home. and the scene is caught on camera. >> nancy: rumors afterening a leah that jolie filed for divorce. what the f.b.i. is saying about a possible investigation of brad pitt. >> reporter: warm again this afternoon. wet weather this evening. a big cooldown on the way for the weekend. the forecast is coming up next. >> christa: david ortiz getting a special gift. an honor, you could say, of that moment back in 2013. we'll be right back. one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean
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>> nancy: video shows the moment a tornado touched down in the northern part of the state. your see debris swirling right there. several homes were damaged. trees were knocked down and thousands were left without power. >> christa: also in northern iowa, people are dealing with flooding there. dozens of roads and schools are closed after the water
people had to be evacuated as well. businesses are stocking up. they are using sandbags to protect against the rising water which we understand isn't going to quit today either. >> nancy: no. how about here at home, bri? what do snuff >> bri: cooler temperatures on the way for the weekend. can we call it a warm drink weekend? break out the pumpkin spice latte. the cider. whatever it is. it will certainly feel more like fall. despite the warm temperatures today. now, i have said it before. might think it is not as nice as it is. we have temperatures in the mid-70's. upper 70's in new bedford. almost hit 80 degrees right now. we will continue to warm and get some breaks in the cloud cover for sunshine as we get into this afternoon. it may even be a touch muggy. so it is summer-like weather for us. for one more afternoon before the big changes arrive for the weekend. a few light showers, merrimack valley, southern new hampshire, seacoast of new hampshire. the rain will really hold off until we hit the evening hours. i think really later evening
timeline on the showers today, looked to be between 7:00 p.m. and probably midnight tonight. we will run through the timeline in a second. taking a look at those highs expected for this afternoon. low 80's. possibly even some mid-80's coming across the board. and then we put an end to it with this front. this front really does mean business. not necessarily with the wet weather this evening. but with the cool air that is settling in behind it. and we get really a string of cooler days that we haven't had for a long time. here and there. this is like get used to it. it is sticking around with us for a while. running through the timeline, not just with the rain showers, but also with the temperatures, low 80's this afternoon. and then watch what happens as those showers arrive. 6:00, 7:00, moving in from the north: and heading to the south. we drop those temperatures back into the low 60's by 10:00 p.m. overnight tonight, mid-50's and by tomorrow morning, we even have some upper 40's coming in on the board. so it will be a long way to go
afternoon. and we don't get very far. just to put this in perspective for you, normal high for this time of year for boston, 70 degrees. well above that today. we see some below-normal temperatures that stick around for some time. maybe that will inspire you to do some apple-picking. fantastic weather for it. a little breezy. dress in layers in the fall-time. then you can take off the jacket if you need to. put it back on when you need to. how about frost? it, and i do think sunday morning, monday morning as well, there is a chance for some patchy frost. you see this light shade of purple here in northern worcester county, right on time for that to happen. norwood might be in the picture as well. as we get into sunday, monday morning. get-aways, up in the mountains, lakes region, it is going to be a cool one. maybe you will be into some leaf-peeping. 59 degrees for a high on sunday. that is about the best we can do. scattered showers overnight tonight.
much cooler air settling in behind it. it is an open up the window kind of evening. let that a.c. turn off for a while. it could probably stay off for some time. 64-70 into tomorrow. we keep breezy around for the weekend as well. yes. i like to autograph my forecast. especially when there will be a breeze in the forecast. a look at the 7 on 7 for the next 7 days. we stay right about seasonable temperatures and possibly some more showers expected late tuesday into early wednesday. >> nancy: officials have released a statement saying they are gathering facts and will decide whether or not to investigate brad pitt. an incident allegedly happened onboard a private plane while pitt, his wife angelina jolie flew from france to california. jolie filed for divorce earlier this week. the lapd says they are not investigating. >> christa: just ahead, off
have a weapon of her own. >> christa: she fought back. the whole thing was caught on camera. >> she exercised her right to question fend her livelihood and property. >> reporter: watch as a woman rushes from her bedroom, opening fire on three when who kick in the front door. the woman, a restaurant man jer, is staying with a house mate when she hear it is three intruders, guns clearly in hand. police say they came here for cash and met their match. >> did they shoot you? >> yes. >> reporter: they exchanged gunfire. dry wall debris clouds the dark home. one man runs through a glass door. one man dies of injury in the driveway. the woman lives to tell the tale. police also describe what happened. >> it's not common that we receive this caliber of surveillance video, showing a crime unfold. an actual home invasion. now police need to find the two surviving suspects.
targeted. they are hoping anyone might recognize these two men who are still on the run. >> nancy: well, next at noon, along for the ride: one woman risked her lifer to take back her stolen bag. >> christa: the orioles giving big papi an unusual farewell one in eight women will face breast
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that's why we wanna make sure you won't have to wait on hold. and you won't have to guess when we'll turn up. because after all... we should fit into your life. [ laughing ] not the other way around. [ clock ticking ] >> christa: the orioles giving david ortiz a special gift. >> nancy: yeah. the team presented big papi listens take a look here, with what remains of the old bullpen phone in the visitor's dugout. this it is one that ortiz demolished three years ago. he was upset about getting ejected from a game in 2013. he wasn't, you know, very happy about it.
the phone. of course, the sox went on to win the world series that year. >> christa: they will never use the phone again. right? tom brady almost done with his four-game suspension during his time off. he took a night to accompany his wife gisele bundchen on the red carpet. the couple appeared at national gree safk geographic premiere wednesday night. the documentary centers around climate change. a really good cause. a little bi f >> nancy: great to see him on the red carpet, but i want to see him on the football field. in stoughton, police still searching for a shooter. two teenagers now in custody. we will have the latest on the third person police are looking for. >> reporter: warm now. wet weather this evening. some big changes on the way for the weekend. the forecast coming up. >> christa: the pats riding high after their third-string quarterback delivers an
12:30. police arresting two teens in connection with a shooting that happened inside a cvs in stoughton. but investigators are still searching for the shooter. meantime, the 18-year-old victim was hit in the shoulder. >> nancy: well, thankfully, he is expected to be okay. jonathan hall has the breaking details. >> reporter: a manhunt in stoughton. police looking for 2-year-old marcus pierre-louis. they say he went into a cvs pharmacy with two teenagers yesterday, argued with an 18-year-old customer, then shot him in his shoulder.
boston, and brockton. >> reporter: any idea of the motive? >> not at this time. that is still under investigation. >> reporter: it was some sort of argument, not a robbery. >> some sort of argument. the individuals involved that are the suspects known to the victim. >> reporter: police have already arrested two boys, age 15 and 16 who allegedly accompanied the suspect into the store and then ran off with him after several shots were fired. >> they are charged with intent to kill, assault and battery. report@witness told me she heard a commotion before the gunfire. >> you know, at first, i didn't think anything of it. and then i heard a couple of pops. >> reporter: police say the victim from stoughton was treated and released at a local hospital and will recover. >> any information, please contact the stoughton police department at 781-344-2424. again, he is considered armed
him. call the police department. vort keep an eye out for this guy. the younger suspects in custody are expected to appear in juvenile court. in stoughton, jonathan hall, 77 news. >> nancy: the pats are a perfect 3-0. the team putting on quite the show. even without tom brady and jimmy garoppolo. third-string quarterback jacoby brissett leading the team to victory over the texans. >> christa: yeah. he even ran for his first n.f.l. touchdown. >> reporter: christa and nancy, well, the pats undefeated after three games. we are talking about a great quarterback performance. not tom brady. not jimmy garoppolo. what were the odds of that a few months ago? just another example of one of the craziest, happiest starts to the season. if rookie quarterback jacoby brissett was nervous about his first n.f.l. start, it didn't show. the third-stringer running the
first pats touchdown of the night. >> it was crazy. it was awesome. definitely great. you can see all the players run up to you. kind of got a headache from all the head-bumping. it was worth it. report tt next day, coach bill belichick still talking about his new quarterback's football speed. >> got long legs and he eats up a lot of ground. you know, he certainly, you know, showed enough speed on that quick sweep play on t we needed in that situation. >> reporter: no brady, no garoppolo. no problem. brissett had four days to prepare for a tough texans team and new england managed to shut them out. >> you have to just go and put your head down, go to work. >> reporter: brissett getting help from his teammates impressed with the rookie's performance. >> he was composed.
he has been quarterback all his life. it is not a position he is not familiar with. >> he showed great poise. he has been working hard every day and improving every day. >> reporter: dan hausle, 7 news. of course, when you pitch a shutout like they did last night, you have to talk about the great job the defense did. jacoby brissett ran his way into the hearts of pats fans. those fans cheering and breathing a sigh of relief this morning. dan hausle, 7 news. >> christal thank you. the big win leading to a special moment between brissett and head coach bill belichick. nicole oliverio continues our team coverage from foxboro. north his first quarter of his first n.f.l. start, third-string rookie quarterback jacoby brissett runs nearly 30 yards for a patriots touchdown. >> it was crazy. it was awesome. defer hitly great. you can see all the players run up to you.
it was definitely worth it. >> reporter: after the head-banging, brissett went over and handed his touchdown ball to belichick. >> supposed to give him the ball. make sure they don't get it. make sure we get it. i gave it to him. >> reporter: but don't worry. belichick gave it back. >> yeah, of course. just like with troy brown, samuel, those other guys. that is his ball. that is his first touchdown ball. that i think he handled himself great last week, this week. all week, every day. he has done nothing but come in here and work as hard as he possibly can. >> reporter: fans are wondering if he is going to get more starts or if it will be back to garoppolo before
from gillette, nicole oliverio, 7 news. >> christa: gray, kind of cloudy. same picture here in boston right now. maybe the chance of some showers. let's talk to bri about that. >> bri: yeah, christa. it might be a little deceiving out the window. we have some warm mild temperatures. as you head out this afternoon. taking a look at the cloud cover. all around. might get some sunshine from time to time. showers are. there is one tiny little lonely cell that just passed through georgetown. tracking more east than southeast. there it goes. maybe a bolt of lightning. a rumble of thunder heard there. nothing severe. nothing crazy. quick downpour. moving on out. we could be in for more wet weather. as we get into the later evening hours. that is after a warm afternoon. look at these temperatures. low to mid-7's. even flirting with 80 degrees down near buzzards bay, new bedford coming in at 79 at this hour.
getting that sunshine for this afternoon. and then some big changes to follow that front. setting things up for the weekend: a very fall-like weekend ahead of us. with below normal temperatures. we will get a timeline on the showers to come in a few minutes. >> nancy: all right, bri. thank you. an officers in lexington hit by a vehicle during a traffic detail on pleasant street. lexington police say his injuries are minor. and he was taken to the hospital. the driver now facing drunk driving charges. p after a pedestrian is struck in the street in haverhill. investigators say the victim was hit while walking along hildel avenue. >> christa: a woman in the hospital after her car slams into a home in ashburnham. police say she was unconscious behind the wheel when this happened thursday afternoon. the car went air bon also before it crashed into the house. no one was home at the time. and the house has been condemned. >> nancy: details emerging after officials say white
the information was stolen from a member of the white house advance team. it included personal information, including that of the first lady. to prepare michelle obama's visit to the middle east last year, an employee of the white house forwarded her passport to his nonsecured g-mail account. details of the account have been web site which is suspected to be run by russian intelligence. the site says if such sensitive information can be hacked, "we will see the fall of our country." the same site posted campaign-related e-mails hacked from colin powell. part of a string of cyber-attacks on political targets. u.s. officials say it may be intended to influence voters. >> we are deeply concerned that the russians are meddling, and from what we know of the
believe would only come from the highest levels. report tt latest hack e-mails including briefing materials for official visits such as a trip to cleveland in june by vice president joe biden. in an april event with michelle obama in georgia, including an appearance with al roker on the today show. nearly 13,000 e-mails hacked. exposing the white house travel manual on keeping communications secure. a former f.b.i. cyber-expert says the techniques to hack a g-mail account aren't l what you would expect a nation state to have. a number of criminal elements could clearly have those as well as your friends in high school. >> nancy: the hack also included information about hillary clinton's campaign events. including where she planned to be and who was flying on her private plane. a man gets more than he bargained for after stealing a woman's purse.
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this afternoon. which will be in the low 8's for many of us. i have the question on twitter. where is the mugginess that you promised? we are seeing some dry air. boston dew points as well as norwood, in the upper 4's. this is some dry air. this is where your mugginess is. down near cape cod and the islands. it is going to feel humid all throughout today and into the evening hurs there as well. we still have that southerly, southwesterly light wind. but that's helping to usher in some more moisture and also some warmer temperatures. that is why i still think we n locations for the highs this afternoon. our last warm day before we cool things down. a lot of cloud cover out there. we will see some breaks of sunshine here and there. that will help to warm things up as well. we do have a few spot showers already working through the area. for the rest of the afternoon, i do expect all of those spot showers to stay north of the mass. pike. near the north shore where we are seeing them right now. a couple of bolts of lightning out of that lonely cell there. that has passed. we can't rule it out into this
even some showers behind the front, we could get some rumbles of thunder out of it. very isolated in nature. scattered showers is what i expect out of this. running through the timeline, you can see these temperatures starting to drop back as this line moves in from the north. we are looking at mid-60's by 7:00 p.m. i think f you will certainly need to take that extra layer with you. we are in the's by 11:00 p.m. and the wet weather also i a quarter of an inch up to half an inch could be the case for us. we will take every drop we can get. then we bottom out in the mid to upper 40's for tomorrow morning. certainly, some changes in store for us as we head into the weekend. only in the 60's for our highs. plus, we have a chilly breeze out of the north that is going to make it feel even cooler. it is a feel of fall. that is with us for the weekend. i know you have noticed. the sunset coming earlier and earlier. tonight at 6:39.
but the good news is, it does give our leaves the cue to hue, as i like to say. the loss of daylight, it kind of has those leaves headingen to their sugar. you know, if you hold your breath and your face turns red. that is why our leaves change and leave us with brilliant colors. we are seeing that change already. overnight tonight, scattered showers. much cooler temperatures. breeze will already be with us. starts to move through. and a look at your forecast. once the feel of fall settles in, it is here to stay. seasonable temperatures into the middle to the end of next week. and maybe another round of wet weather late tuesday. >> christa: okay. more news now. a three-day festival kicking off in washington, d.c. today. as the newest smithsonian museum is set to open. >> nancy: the museum has been in the works for years now.
on the national mall today. for saturday's opening of the national museum of african-american history and culture. a symbol of freedom and liberation and achievement. a building as unique as its purpose. with artifacts from all over the country. >> when around the country, communities partnered with lorkal museums and basically, said, bring out your stuff. tower from the nation's largest prison in louisiana. where block convicts were leased out to work. >> as those who do not remember history, are doomed to repeat it. >> nancy: the story is one of triumph. schools that educated thousands of black children in the segregated south. martin looupter king has a place here. so does president obama. he is attending tomorrow's deadcation. sports pile near celebrated
color barrier. chuck barry's red cadillac, the one he drove across the stage in st. louis. >> this was the same heat the hear the turned chuck barry away as a child because he was black. >> a special place for so many to tell their stories. instead of the ribbon-cutting, president obama will ring the freedom ball during the dedication tomorrow. it was installed in the 1880's. in a baptist church in virginia. it was then restored and brought to d.c. for this special occasion. and the south end gets the taste of the north end.
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kelly ayotte and i approved this message. >> nancy: a dramatic shoot-out in florida. take a look at this video.
one of the men had an ar-15. both men have been charged with attempted murder. in florida, a woman is talking after a dangerous encounter. lot trying to drive away. but she... boy, she was determined to get her purse back. she jumped on the car. she was thrown off. >> it was in the blink of an eye. what is this guy doing in my car? what is he doing? >> christa: this surveillance video shows a man stealing janelle's purse. once she realized she was getting ripped off while pumping gas saturday afternoon, her instincts kicked in. >> i ran around to his side of
drive off. i reached into the driver's side. i had my hand on my handbag. and at that point, he drove off. so i fell off of the vehicle. when they fell on the floor, my legs were out and his driver's-side tire drove over my foot. >> christa: janelle was injured but alert. the dangerous ordeal left her with a severely sprained ankle and lots of cuts and bruises. doctors were amazed her leg wasn't shattered. on crutches, she will be out of meanwhile that, up-close and encounter is something she will never forget. >> he kept cursing and calling me names. an attempt to scare me and get me off. i think i literally scared him to death. which is what caused him to drive off. >> christa: after the pack the, janelle realizes she should haven't fought back. that it wasn't really worth it. >> he could have killed me. what if he had a gun? what if my daughter was in the car?
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don't you? we are a delicious recipe for eggplant. sarah french shows us in what's cooking. >> sarah: at lamoda's italian specialties in boston's south end, what's old is new again. >> we are your nostalgic red sox joint. from, like, the 50's and 60's. >> sarah: the brand new place feels like home. >> i grew up in an italian-american family. my mother is i grew up cooking with her. she also a chef. >> sarah: he is making eggplant role teeny. >> i like the smaller eggplants. they have less seeds in them. we are going to slice it nice and then. >> sarah: then lay them in the pan. salt on both sides. >> eggplant is like a sponge. it is going to break down the salt structure and take out the moisture. >> sarah: next, heat a large frying pan with oil. >> high heat. just until about it smokes a
>> pat off any moisture that is on the eggplant. you know, we will cook it on one side. the edges get golden brown. then you flip them over. combine ricotta, herbs, a beaten egg and parmesan cheese. next, spoon on the cheese mixture. f. >> you want a generous amount of ricotta. the dish is eggplant. but it is really about the cheese. >> sarah: then roll them up and get ready to bake. chef justin place it is eggplant on a bed of tomato-braised cabbage. >> a lot of flavor. tastes delicious. >> sarah: herbs, olive oil, cheese, place it in the oven. >> 400 degrees. maybe 30 minutes. >> sarah: then out of the oven. top it with basil pesto. more cheelz. and fried basil. ready to serve.
that is what's cooking. i'm sarah french, 7 news. >> nancy: i love some italian food when the weather is questioning cooler, too. don't you think? >> christa: the comfort food thing. i'm all about that. >> bri: you know where i will be this weekend. can't wait. we have a lonely shower at this point moving out of rockport. and into the evening hours. that chance of shower becomes more likely for us as we pass 7:00 this evening. breezy for the weekend. boy, a big cooldown on the way something you will notice. some changes. we are in the 60's until the beginning of next week. possibly more showers late tuesday. >> christa: all right. have a fantastic rest of the day and weekend. thank you for sharing your time with us.
? ? >> brady: [sighs] >> nicole: hey. >> brady: hey. >> nicole: ah. >> brady: i didn't like you being alone last night. >> nicole: okay, i was fine, okay? seriously. deimos hired security for me and he told them to stick to me like glue. >> brady: you gotta hand it to do they? >> nicole: i mean, blowing up the power station for the entire town? that's definitely sending a message. >> brady: and the message is that they are calling the shots right now. >> nicole: yeah. i just hope that the cafe has a generator. i can't get through this day without coffee. >> brady: look, you know where there's hot coffee? at the kiriakis kitchen, okay? and there's a security guard every two feet. >> nicole: [sighs] is that your cute little way of trying to get me to move in? >> brady: yeah. just 'cause deimos suggested it,