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>> when it was over they shook hands. for 90 minutes hillary clinton and drum drum pulling no punches in the first of three critical presidential debates. we also have breaking news for you today. a man shot and killed overnight in jamaica plains as police search for the suspect right miami as marlins play tribute to their teammate killed in a boating accident on sunday. good morning to you, everybody. 9:00 on this tuesday morning. i'm christa delcamp. it's great. and it's rainy out there. not the best way to start off your tuesday morning. let's go to chris lambert who has some good news about things looking a little bit better on in the day. >> in fact temperature should warm to near 70 degrees.
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we need it. no question about that. you don't want to see it for the morning commute. we pick up a quarter to third of an inp of rain from boston to worcester throughout many suburbs in boston right now maybe a couple of sprinkles left over. that's it. a little bit of light rang across marchfield. heavier showers across the cape beginning to see this all wind on down although we'll keep a couple of scattered showers across southeastern mass over the next couple of hours. from boston north and west much of the rain over and done with. lo mid-to-upper 60s across southeastern mass expecting high temperature close to 70 if not just above it. tomorrow drizzle. breezy and cool that's the theme in the 7-day forecast. ahead. count of election day. days until election 42 now in this race for the white house hillary clinton and donald trump face to face for the first time on stage with neither candidate wasting anytime firing shots at one another. so pressure on both clinton and
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can't fared on this critical first test. donald supported the invais of iraq. >> that's proved over and over again. >> wrong, wrong. >> it was a night full of fireworks. donald trump and hillary clinton battling it out face to face. then you heard what i said about it and all of a sudden you were against it. i know you live in your own reality. that's the facts. >> with n watching the presidential candidates squared off on key issue including the economy. i call it trumped up trickle down. >> trump accused clinton of being career polltation with little to show for us. why do you think about the solutions now. well at least i have a plan to fight isis. wow tell the enm everything you want to do. >> we're not. >> no wonder you've been
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clinton hit trump on his refusal to release tax returns. there's something he's hiding. i will release my tax returns against my lawyers wishes. when she releases her 33,000 e-mails that have been deleted. crime and race another hot button topic. trump calling for law and order to heal race relations. >> we need law in order. if we don't have it we will not have a country. clinton claiming a trump mistreatedla black president. so we he has a long record of engaging in racist behavior. the birther lie was a very hurtful one. >> and after the debate trump complained about micro phone. >> i was a little bit upset the microphone in the room wasn't working properly. >> what do you mean? >> the microphone in the room wasn't working. while wlint her focus to next
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before the election. so if this was heavy weight fight no knock out punch. consider this round one. round 2 in st. louis and couple of weeks will be at town hall format then back to same format as here on long island in las vegas a week and a half after that. we're in hofstra university. dan hausle. 7news "today in new england." reaction pouring in after this debate as to who wanted a cnn orc poll showing people are declaring hillary clinton the winner. with donald trump falling behind at 27%. however a time online poll showing that people think the match-up was a tie 50/50 with more than million people casting ballot in this poll. we have breaking news here to pass along. police are searching for a suspect after a man was shot and killed in jamaica plains. let's go to victoria warren to tell us more about what anned. >> very busy night.
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public help. we learn more about the man who diedover night. police called out to center street to housing complex just before 1:00 in the morning. they found a man who had been shot several times in the chest. paramedic did everything they could for that victim. they rushed him to the hospital at the hospital. he was pronounced dead. we've been told he's a man in his 40s. police spent the night looking for shell casing and other evidence and also looking at survan area. they do believe that people who live here may have heard something. may have seen something and they want anyone with any information to come forward as they continue their search for the shooter. live this morning in jamaica plain. victoria warren 7news "today in new england." happening today a missing boater lost and then found a week later is returning to boston. let's go to john cocoa who is live. tracking developments on this.
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any moment now. >> right now we're waiting for word that this missing boater is with the coast guard here in boston. what i can tell you, though a few minutes we got a shot out here on the water of the freighter that found this missing boater after being out in the middle of the water for about a week. it's called the orient lucky. you just passed through here. it's now out of view. we just got a good shot of it here. still a lot of question for the coast guard now. 8 day after bei missing. 22-year-old nathan carmen found alive in the middle of the ocean. he was spotted by chinese freighter sunday about 100 nautical miles from martha's vineyard. he was found in a life raft with a life jacket on and food and water. >> carmen and his mother linda left a marina early in morning of september 18th on what was supposed to be 12-hour deep sea fishing trip. linda cashmen didn't make it
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when the both started taking on water. he went to look for her. he couldn't find. fly heart hurt. nathan was found sunday. after covering 62,000 square meals of ocean from block island to new york. now in middleton connecticut where linda carmen lives and natan grew up people tie yellow ribbons to home. it's a sign they are not giving emhope she couldit we feel like we're making a difference. we're hoping that is really helping that this will continue working. we will keep praying and putting our positive energy together and hopefully linda will make her way back soon. >> right now the search for linda carmen has been suspended. the coast guard said as soon as they get nathan back with mild form of autism they will talk with him. for now live in boston. john cocoa. 7news "today in new england."
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a cvs in spottedon will be facing a judge today. police arrested marcus monday morning. he had a loaded gun with him at the time they made the arrest. he faces several charges including attempted murder a child endangerment. the victim in the shooting is expected to be okay after he was shot last thursday. is expected to recoffer. two other suspect face charges in connection with with that crime. new detail as a new report by that boston latin school allowed a pattern of race-based harassment and discrimination. investigator say the behavior violated the civil right act. federal prosecutors say school officials didn't properly investigate student complaint. they said the school didn't consistently apply the same disciplinary action to all students. the fact that the u.s. attorney found such a violation is clear message across the board that we
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these concerns. >> i'm not surprised. and i'm hopeful that with this type of attention and spotlight this leads to change. boston latin will now develop a comprehensive plan to try to reduce harassment in boston mayor marty walsh said the changes could be implemented across the district. superintendent thommy chang released a statement saying we and the leadership of boston latin school are fully committed to implementing the recommendations in the volunteer with the united states attorney's office. now to video you will see on just one station. a man and a women caught on camera vandalizing a mural at vfw building in revere leaving behind anti donald trump graffiti. >> security camera captured the suspect spray painting over an american flag. this was saturday morning. the yeah fitty had anti trump messages and also references to people in the middle east.
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it was painted by scott labito who painted american flags in every state. >> everybody is entitle to their opinion. there's no reason you have to deface -- especially the flag. we've crossed a line here. i think this is more than vandalism. there's no place in this city for this sort of a message. police will review the surveillance video as well to help track d involve. a bag belonging to hernandez washed to shore. the bag you see there contained fourth autographed baseballs also his checkbook the picturer and two friend died sunday. coast guard said the boat was travelling full spood when it crashed into a jetti and overturned. and the marlins in the mean time paying tribute to fernandez before last night's win over the
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and number on their jersey. they played a hat glove and baseball on the mound and then in bottom of the first marlin lead off batter d. gordon started the game by hitting a home run and there he is across the board. he broke down in tears. investor emotional game. as you see he was embraced by his teammate. still aheard here a bicyclist taking a risky ride through mass pike passed him on 93 say about seeing this. and the yankee giving the red sox a little bit of help beating the blue jays to lower the sox magic number here. showers tapering off mainly dry weather this afternoon. but not during the course of the week.
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coming up on 9:14 on tuesday morning it had president looked any better in the last couple of hours as we take a look at gray dreary scene in downtown boston. and i was just telling chris let's try to find the silver lining. it wasn't as cold as yesterday. didn't need the ice claimer there to scrape the ice didn't have frost this morning. temperature starting off much mieldzer in the 50s and 60s. we need the scene as it is during the hush hour commute here. quarter to third of an init's not drought a third out of worcester close to quarter in boston that tower cam shot over the city that's the best we've looked all morning on. did have some rain work right through the city and now beginning to taper that off in boston. so we do have improvements. this afternoon the mildest on the 7-day forecast ahead.
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unsettled weather ahead. a little bit of light rain through marchfield. steadier showers across falmouth and steadier rain across the cape and we'll have couple of more downpours through the south coast of new england. but we're winding down. boston north and west i think we're pretty much over and done with with the rain. temperature lower 60s. considerably milder than this time yesterday. we will continue to increase the warmth through the day. close to 70s yesterday once again low-to-mid 70s expected again. maybe a few lingering showers through my day and cape and island. for the most part we delay out. not a baddening ahead. watch what happened overnight. the winds onshore it will be an active breeze through the day tomorrow. i don't expect a lot of rain on wednesday and thursday in terms of high rainfall totals. however with the onshore wind which will be gusty at time and low level moisture working in some scattered light showers and
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on in to keep it damp and on the breezy cool side out there. it's really the battle between this high bank to the north of us and this area of low pressure that gets cut off and wobbles around ohio valley. will keep it unsettled. better chance of showers with heavier rain on in friday into saturday. look at the forecast for the week. highs near 60. lows near 55 it's not much diurnal change and a lot of clouds around. watching the tropics this will likely become the next tropical name would be matthew as it moves toward the lesser antilles and eventually toward the caribbean. where it goes from there a lot of question whether it's the gulf of mexico or perhaps off the east coast of florida. so something to watch down the line. 70 to 75 for us this afternoon. the showers ending as we speak from wed i should say from west to eat. 52 to 58 overnight tonight. patchy drizzle and fog forming late. that's after midnight tonight.
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tomorrow but some patches of drizzle too. breezy and cool with temperature close to 60 degrees. for instant repeat forecast for thursday. cool to end the week. we have story now about dangerous ride through a mass pike tunnel. it's caught on camera. you can see someone clearly on a bike in the breakdown lane of traffic. riding along the video was posted on the social media app snap chat. at one point the person on the bike aparticipantly held u here's jadiann thompson with more. >> an afternoon drive through boston takes an odd turn. we giggled a little bit. a man riding a hubway bike spotted cruising down the left lane of the tip o'neill tunnel. i told him he had to slowdown because he had o send a snap chat to people. you don't see that. friends brought ander son and
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93. even with car whipping around this guy didn't seem too worried. he even smiled at this amthat's drove by. hubway said it's taking the incident seriously posting a statement to facebook that reads in part it is extremely dangerous and definitely illegal to ride a bike on 93 or any area highway do not sunday. mass dot releasing this video showing someone riding in the tunnel before being escorted off the pike by state police. for brad and todd the video is good for a laugh but the thought of what could have happened is nothing to joke about. it's a super dangerous tunnel. you see car accidents and this guy -- unless you have a death
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high level resignations a week after a mans shot and killed by police. we'll be right back. y kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million dollars, just last year. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too.
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i'm a public school teacher in massachusetts, and i've reviewed question 2. it will make public education even stronger, because question 2 would allow more access to public charter schools, so parents have more choices for their kids' education, and public charter schools don't take funds away from public education. in fact, question 2 will result in more funding for education in massachusetts. please vote yes on question 2 for stronger public schools. >> people in charlotte, north carolina calling for change in
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death of an african-american man. last night residents calling for the city's mayor and for the police chief to resign at a city council meeting. in charlotte monday night protestor wanted change. we need chief put any to step down. we cannot trust him. he is has not been honest. calls for city leader to resign at the first city council meeting si p even the city's youngest speaking out. we need our fathers and mothers to be by our side. >> saturday release of police video has raised more question than answered. protestor in charlotte say the system is broken. say something about man who died and deserve a full investigation. say something to no more
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officer opened fire when he refused to drop his gun. the city still feeling the effects of protest that have turned violent at times. local water trying to bring beauty to the areas which were damaged while trying to make sense of what's happen snirmg change is coming since they can think it's a phase. i will go away. i don't believe it is. the state is investigating scott's shooting as people wait for the finding many are left to wonder what's going to happen next. >> and the officer who killed scott violated policy by not turning on body camera as soon as he responded to the scene. just ahead this morning. on "today in new england" a norwood man arrested twice in the same night. we'll tell you why. also a girl in mississippi gladly giving up her present and a big party for her birthday so she could help out her
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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. ppen 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 - this act will save kids' lives...
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for her substance abuse, but rather for her struggle to achieve recovery. pam griffin: kelly believes recovery is possible.
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>> when it comes to birthday most people want party and present. one girl in mississippi had something different in mind. she gave up her toys to help animals in her comty instead. here's 7 cris anderson with her story. >> payton is nine and likefy young girl she is excited for her birthday to come around. at first i did want presents. but payton had a quick change of heart. then i thought how much i loved animal. all types of animals. rather than dolls, new clothes or other things that when most young girls over >> i decided to make donations
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present i want to bring toy and food to animal. she forfeited gifts to make a special delivery to local animal shelter. dog beds, dog and cat food. toys. cat toys and dog toys. i was really happy that those people gave wanted to give like 100 and something dollar to animal shelter. i think it was 127 do sees value in animal for more than the obvious reasons. i love them. because not just because because they are cute. because they help people like if someone is blind they can help them go the right way. or they can protect you from danger. payton seemingly has wisdom beyond her years. >> it's better to give than to receive. >> for every birthday that comes
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>> same thing i'm going to do it every time i have a birthday or party i will ask for donations. chris -- kris anderson 7news "today in new england." great cause, too. what a kid. taking a look talent forecast for us. we deal with scattered rain showers across southeastern mas the next couple of hr warmer this afternoon. more rain to follow this week. >> much more from new york after round one of the presidential debate both donald trump and hillary clinton claiming victory
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swinging. who help themselves more in monday night match up. >> story or survivar. missing boater returning home after spending 7 days lost at sea. a disturbing discovery inside a home in brockton where animal control officers remove several cats after the house is condemned. >> welcome back "today in new england." we have we want to know when can we put the up-brilla away. they need to dry off. most of the showers from here on out south of town in fact north and west beginning to see a few breaks bright spots in the overcast. 64 in boston right now. 67 hyannis. how much rain did we pick up. we're not denting droughts with the number. but if you threw some grass seed on the lawn and try to patch things back up from the drought
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we did get quarter to third of an inch of rain. it's a good watering for the day at least. we'll have more rain and more unsettled weather to follow. couple of showers across the cape back into buzzard bay. sort of lined up over the same area of new england. you'll have a few more showers through the next couple of hours here. feel 73s and 74s. milder day not the case tomorrow. close to 60 onshore breeze and patches of drizzle. more coming up. at least i have plan to fight isis. no. no. you tell the enemy everything you want to do. you're telling the enemy everything you want to do. no wonder you've been fighting isis your entire adult life. >> candidate getting personal taking shot at track records as they square off in their first debate. expectations pretty vague for
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trump. in a critical night in this campaign. and their responses afterward quite a bit different as you might expect. here's dan housely with the latest from new york. >> donald trump speaking out after the debate pointing to a micro foeven problem singing that someone may have tried to sabotage him. >> they also had gay me defective mic. did you notice that. my mics defective. hillary clinton staying positive meeting with supporter after spending an stage. >> you can't take anybody anywhere for granted. what started with handshake ended with several fiery exchanges on stage at hofstra. >> i think donald criticized me for preparing for the debate. now know what else i prepared. i prepared to be president. and i think that's a good thing. >> hillary has experience but it's bad experience. we have made so many bad deals
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experience that i agree. but it's bad. bad experience. after the debate i spoke with rudy giuliani about trumps performance. >> he was extremely restrained in not pointed out that hillary clinton has as a feminist is a phony. don king broke down the match. >> it was fight heightened up. at the end it didn't live up to the height. stone hill college professioner travelled for the mainent. what did it feel like inside there that may not have at home. there was laughter and snickering for both candidates in the audience. despite moderator to have someone stay silent. folks were reacting in real time. >> if this was heavyweight no knock out punch. consider this round one. round two in st. louis in a couple of week will be town hall format back to same format as here on long island in las vegas lauf a week and a half after that.
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dan hausle. 7news "today in new england." right now we're tracking breaking news for you this morning. shots fires overnight in jamaica plains. one person was killed. police are still searching for the sess suspect. let's head out to victoria warren. what do we know about this case now? >> we're learning more about the victim in this case as police continue their investigation. they had a very busy night. a very busy morning and they are asking for the public's help. boston police called out morning to housing complex. they found a man shot several times in the chest. paramedic did everything they could. they rushed the man to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. he was in his 40s. police spent the night looking forest and shell casing and also checking to see where surveillance video might be. they also believe that people who live inside of the apartment complex may have heard something
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as they continue searching for the suspect. live this morning in jamaica plain, victoria warren. a missing boater lost and then found at sea. several days later is returning to boston this hour. let's go to john cocoa to fill us in. john? >> we're still trying to get confirmation this missing boater with the coast guard and here in boston. what i can show you out distance you can see a freighter that's the orients lucky that's the freighter that found this missing boater and we just saw a coast guard boat coming from the orient lucky today for the coast guard there's still a lot of questions. >> 8 days after being reported missing 22-year-old nathan carmen was found alive in the middle of the ocean. spotted by a chinese freighter sunday about 100 nauticals mile from martha vineyard.
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a life jacket on and food and water. >> carmen and his mother linda left marina in narragansett on what was supposed to be twelve-hour deep sea fishing trip. linda carmen didn't make it into the inflatable life raft. when the boat started taking on water. he got his life raft. he went lacking for his mom. he couldn't find her. >> i my heart hurt. he was found sunday after coast friday after covering 62,000 square miles of ocean from block island to new york. now in middleton, connecticut where linda carmen lives and where nathan grew up people are tying yellow ribbons to homes. they say it's a sign they are not giving up hope she could be alive. >> we feel like we're making a difference. we're hoping that is really helping. this will continue working. and we will keep praying and putting positive energy
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way back soon. right now the search for linda karmen has been suspended. the coast guard said as soon as they get nathan back they will look to speak with him. live in boston. john cocoa. 7 news "today in new england." man in norwood facing serious charge after he was arrested twice in one fight. thomas demarzo admitted to breaking into home saying he had within sleepwalking. hours after he made bail police arrested him again after they say he tried to break several other homes. he's been charged with breaking and entering. a home in brockton will be condemned after miss say that officials removed 18 cats from inside. animal control officials removing those animals from the home on colgate road. they had to take more than 50 cats from the same home several years ago as well. new details on story of teen arrested for bringing a homemade clock to school. his father is now suing a
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saying they made false and damaging statement about his son. last september police charged him with having a bomb after he's brought this clock to school. that's when his father said the media outlets falsely accused his family of being terrorist. the school suspended the teen but police eventually dropped that charge. for the second time in 6 year someone has hacked attacked the iconic oak trees at auburn university in alabama. police are saying a 29-year-old man arrested after he set the weekend. back in 2010 one of the trees was poisoned. and it took several year for it to recover. now expert worry that ultimately this tree will need to be replaced. it burned. it looks the most intensely right here in the base of the tree. auburn university is frustrated. >> we have about 5 and a half
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poisoning and at that time i had no idea that it would have taken so long to make this corner hole again. and then soon after beginning the rolling tradition we're just into the second victory for fire to occur it's devastating. >>the fire damaging the tree upper and lower canopy plus the oak's base. the fire will likely stunt it growth making uneven compared to unburned oak across the street and may need replacing. >> we probably won't know fully spring. >> he said there's a silver lining to fire that happened. it's the spirit au student showed when she chased down and helped police catch 29-year-old the man suspected of setting the fire. kieber and taylor thanking one another when they met for the first time. >> we appreciate what you all did. that took guts and nerve to what what you do. i this i the whole auburn family is appreciative. >> we appreciate you. you had to go through a lot with
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an opportunity to continue this tradition. the man accused of setting the fire facing criminal mischief. >> happening today the man shot and killed by a police officer in tulsa two weeks ago. reverend al sharpton and the network have organized the march. officer betty shelby who shot and killed crusher has been charged with fist-degree murder. or manslaughter. police are continuing to investigate r houston. he opened fire at drivers at an apartment complex. one victim in critical condition. the other in serious. police eventually shot and killed the gunmen. hundreds in washington state gathering for a candlelight vigil in front of the mall where five people were shot last week. people throughout the city held signs of support. 20-year-old seton appears in court after he confessed to
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charged with first-degree murder. >> still ahead for you here on this thursday morning. tuesday morning the state of massachusetts unveiling a new license plate and how officials hope it will also help to ray awareness. >> creating showers for a little bit of sunshine this afternoon. mild this afternoon. and then we go down temperature wise for the rest of the week.
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my prescrkeep going up. it's more expensive every year. it would be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
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>> good morning. quarter of the hour now. and this live look at the traffic at the braintree split. looks like things are starting to maybe ease up where that rain is concerned. i know we needed it but it's nice when it clears out. i can't lie. especially when raining in the morning. get off the road. like to keep i dry for the morning commute. we drying out over the braintree split. you can see some brightening of the skiover head. with morning. not nearly as cool as yesterday morning. low in the mid-to-upper 50s and few low 60s. where is it still raining across the cape now. essentially from chatem stretching over to falmouth right through buzzard's bay. this is where the showers will continue over the next two or three hours or so. a little bit longer to get rid of it. down in your neck of the wood verses boston in we're done north we've seen breaks in the overcast.
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lower-to-middle 60ses. upper 60s through the cape cod and the island. we have this wave of showers working in basically along and ahead of the front. this front coming on through and then it's quiet weather detroit, chicago, cincinnati, points west. typically you look at this and say lsht we're in the clear the rest of the week. there's not a lot going on behind to the west and southwest. however this area of low pressure that's north of the great lakes instead of moving off to the east it's drop off to the south spin its wheel across the ohio valley for day after day after day after day. that essentially means the moisture that gets push to the east of us now will actually return back with an onshore flow overnight tonight. areas of drizzle. this is late overnight tonight. areas of drizzle. low clouds backing in. the pressure difference between the high bank to north and east of us and this low back across ohio valley does create a breeze on wednesday into thursday. not a lot of rain in terms of
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but with the persistent onshore flow do expect clouds and a time patchy light showers and some patches working in. if you can get this to break through into southern new england then you can get somestedier showers friday into saturday which would be much appreciated in terms of the drought situation ongoing. we still have that extreme drought. the quarter to third of an inch not going to put a dent we had this morning. long duration we have half an more substantial. that's something that remains to be seen whether we can break into heavier rain. certainly across the mid atlantic. you will get a good soaking. how about fall foliage seeing some colors popping across the higher terrain. moderate color showing on up. tropics active still. not a name storm but likely becoming the next named storm. just to east of the lesser antilles. this area of low pressure is
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as it entered the caribbean could become matthew over the next day or so. first probably to the west. east of the carrar and strengthen as it works in. 70 to 75 with showers ending. cloudiest across southeastern mass. 52 to 58 tonight. 7-day forecast featuring lots of onshore breezes. showers more appreciable on friday and saturday. massachusetts lawmaker raising awareness and they are rolling out a an it's all too raise awareness about als also known as lou gehrig's disease. the plate the latest step in nationwide effort to find a cure. here's chris ander son to show you. >> the fight against als is hitting the road. >> anybody looking for license plate. >> charlie baker and lieutenant-governor joined top als expert and family effected by the disease to unveil the first-ever massachusetts als license plate. the proceeds from the special
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local nonprofit with a mission to find a treatment or cure for the disease by 2020. >> i think the most important thing is progress. this is disease that is john freidy said 75 years. people have been trying to figure out the secrets. and thanks i believe to work of a lot of people but especially the ice bucket challenge. there's things that people are starting to realize about how this works. which for people have been working on for positive sign. gives people hope. this is just more of that. >> pete frady inspired the ice bucket challenge in 2014 which raised more than 220 million for als research. his family said this is next step toward the cure. we're just so honored to be here today. this will help raise the funds. >> it's just another thing for us as our family to be proud of. and certainly pete is so honored the be a part of this.
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the license plate has already been approved by the state. but will need 750 registration applications to begin production and funding. and for more information on how to apply for the special plate you can head to our web site whdh.com. coming up here on # the red sox getting some unexpected help from the yankees pitching in and helping the sox inch closer to eastern division title. >> david ortiz i mean the joke here is just phenomenal. expecting a from yankees fans. in his final series of the
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>> good morning. red sox fresh off sweeping the
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straight wins get back to work. sox with chance to clinch the american league east in the yankees helping them out last night in toronto. ninth inning game tied at 3. aaron hecks with the yankees up for good with two-run blast and the yankee beat the jay's 7-5. that means the red sox magic number to clinch the division is down to one. they can lock up the al east with the win tonight in new york or a toronto loss to baltimore. 37 goal season l break out performance the world cup of hockey. has proven to be the game's winger. agreeing to #-year 49 million extension with bruins. winger heading to final year of his deal. and the patriots making a swap on their defensive line waving anthony johnson to bring in former browns detackle. john hughes. that's sports. i'm joe amorosino, have a great
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like planning >> the fans are going to money you? >> how many are doing that. >> 50,000 moons >> all 50,000. 100,000 butt cheeks out there looking at me. >> i've been to yankee stadium. they are not a-plus butts [laughter] . >> unusual welcome for fans. jokingly he revealed the plan appearing late night. coming up next on "today in new england." the cast of long-time tv comedy will and grace reuniting. couple of showers ending in the forecast ahead feature mild afternoon and then more unsettle weather with coolness prevailing
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st 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. why? 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
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the cast of will and grays reuniting for a political message. they want you to vote for hillary after a photo of the cast appeared along with cryptic. they see the through scene in the clip will and grace try to convince jack to v clinton while karen is an avid trump supporter. i watched the clip and jacks talking about pants suit he had really took opposition to that. >> anyway how about the weather out there. can we get rid of the rain boot. we can do that yes. showers ending as we speak. cloudiest across southeastern mass this afternoon. otherwise we get mild temperature. cool tomorrow. cool weather prevails
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this morning on "today's take," slow cooker secrets revealed. the tricks and shortcuts that will change your life. >> then, find out how yoko ono is >> 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 27th. right after the big debate. billy bush, al and tamron?

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