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>> sarah: we begin with breaking news at noon. tragedy in westport. head-on crash. investigators say one of the vehicles crossed over a median, slamming into another car. >> christa: that collision closed parts of 95 this morning. let's go to 7's dan hausle with more for us. dan? >> reporter: well, this is a bit of a bizarre crash on a busy 195 near fall river. actually, in westport behind me. this accident happened on this side of the highway. but the other car crossing that grassy median to hit another car coming at them head-on.
were killed. there were two people in the car that was coming across the median. that car described as a livery car. one man would be the driver, possibly the second would be a paying passenger. that car somehow crossed 40 feet of grassy median and hit head-on, a car in the passing lane coming the other way. state police say one person was in that car and was killed. state police have yet to release the names of anyone involved killein state police also not explaining how to accident happened. but according to a witness who talked to one of our affiliates, this person was driving behind the car that he said was driving erratically, and at one point, it actually went off the road on to that median, across the median, struck one car coming the other way and was turned straight into the vehicle that it hit head-on. the reasons on why that car was driving erratically, enough to come across this
state police have not released the names of the victims or further explanation of the crash. that is something we may get as the day goes on. we hope to let you hear from the witness of the crash. dan hausle, 7 news. >> christa: a man has died after a serious crash in east boston. police say he crashed into a pole on route-a at logan airport around 1:30 this morning. the man was rushed to the hospital with severe injuries but did not survive. the cause of the crash is now unde i >> christa: a former priest called to court today. michael walsh who also served as an altar boy coordinator in dorchester is facing rape and assault charges. nicole oliverio with more on the case. she is in boston today. >> reporter: well, christa, this man was a priest in michigan. but only for a few months before allegations were brought against him back in 2002. now most recently, a victim has come forward just as recently as this summer to say that he was raped by this
80-year-old michael walsh leans on his cane and listens to charges that he raped a child back in the late 80's, early 90's, when he served as an altar boy coordinator for st. brendan's school in dorchester. >> the defendant was frequently seen with children out in the neighborhoods. he was away on weekend trips... >> reporter: the victim, now 38 years old, just came forward and reported the abuse to law en limitations hasn't expired because walsh lived out of state for more than a decade which puts the statute on hold. prosecutors say walsh repeatedly raped the victim who was in grade school at the time. >> the sexual abuse occurred in several divent areas.
>> reporter: walsh had been love living in florida and michigan. it was there he became a priest in 2002. he was relieved of his duties months later, when allegations were brought against him. the archdiocese never revealed what those allegations were. in court today, defense lawyers say walsh will stay here and face these charges but warned he is in poor health. >> mr. walsh is going to be 80 years old at the end of the month. he has significant medical hardships. he is 100% dabld. ... disabled. >> reporter: now, walsh was released without any bail. he does have to be on a gps monitoring bracelet. we reached out to the boston archdiocese. we haven't heard back. we have questions about the 2002 allegations. what, if anything, was done with them and if there could possibly be any more victims. nicole oliverio, 7 news. >> reporter: a missing boater found at sea returns back home. the man was rescued from a life raft off the coast of
tim caputo has more. >> reporter: after a week alone floating on a life raft in the atlantic, 22-year-old nathan carman is back home in vermont font. >> i feel healthy. emotionally, i have been through a huge amount. and my request is just to be allowed to mourn naturally. >> reporter: carman and his 54-year-old mother linda left rhode island on a deep-sea fishing trip back on september 18. they didn't come home that night as planned. >> in the engine compartment. i looked and saw a lot of water. >> reporter: the coast guard released audio of a feen call nathan made after he was rescued by a chinese freighter as he explained what happened later that day. >> i got to the life raft after i got my bearings. forecast i was looking around. i didn't see her. >> reporter: his mother hasn't been found even though the
>> i would like to thank the public for their prayers and for their concern for both my mother and for myself. i would like to thank the crew of the ship that rescued me. both for rescuing me and for treating me very well. >> reporter: on monday night, police searched nathan carman's vermont home. police took a modem with cable, a gps similar card and a letter written by nathan, all possible evidence that could reveal nathan's destination for the fishing trip police also seemed to focus on a maintenance and upkeep of nathan's 31-foot aluminum boat. tonight, the 22-year-old's father offered very little about their conversations on the long ride home. >> it is tough on him right now. i would rather not say anything more at this point. between the two of us, it has been a very rough day. investigators are trying to figure out exactly what happened on the boat. there is another case adding more mystery to this
nathan's grandfather was shot and killed in his connecticut home. that murder remains unsolved. at one point, the 22-year-old was considered a suspect in that homicide. in vernon, vermont, tim caputo, 7 news. >> sarah: 7 news now taking a look outside. temperatures getting cooler out there. some showers could disrupt your plans today. let's send it over to chris lambert with more on what you can expect. >> chris: 57 the last several hours in boston. 60 in plymouth. we have had some p mainly south and southwest of the city. and the wind is consistent off the water here. 15-20 miles an hour along the coastline. occasionally, gusting 25-30. most of the patches of drizzle, close by boston to the south. one thing about the radar beam, at the lowest levels. a tough time picking up some of the low-level mist and drizzle out there. we have seen a few patches of it. certainly, a lot of clouds have continued to back in off the ocean. bottom line, what you see is what you get out there on this wednesday afternoon. with temperatures running into
there may be some brightening of the overcast north and west of boston. the theme remains the same. breezy and cool. an increased shower chance here friday into saturday. and even into the second half of the weekend. the 7-day forecast ahead. >> christa: patriots coach bill belichick not taking the bait from bills coach rex ryan. ryan did a lighthearted impersonation of belichick at his news conference. he admitted his admiration for the pats head coach. today belichick said he paysno things. in fact, he says the pats have a tough team to face sunday and that's what he plans to focus on. >> a tough... you know, a tough team to get ready for. we will have to do a good job. play 60 minutes of good football. no chance to relax against these guys. they can make big plays in all phases of the game. >> christa: the team faces off against the buffalo bills at home sunday with kickoff at 1:00. >> sarah: 41 days now until
campaign trail. donald trump taking heat from a former miss universe. hillary clinton heads to new hampshire. jennifer eagan live in durham, new hampshire with more. jen? >> reporter: sarah, the event here at unh gets under way just after 2:00. this is the long line of people waiting to get inside. hillary clinton will talk about her plan to make college affordable here today. she is also taking aim at trump and some of his comments about women. hillary clinton supporters lined up hours aheadf democratic candidates' event at the university of new hampshire. >> getting the chance to see her is a thrill and to hear her. >> based on the last debate, i'm sure that many people are seeing the contrast. >> reporter: two days after the debate, clinton put the focus on donald trump's words about a miss universe contestant. >> he called this woman miss piggy. then he called her miss housekeeping. because she was latina. donald, she has a name. >> where did you find this where
>> her name is lisa ma cha da. she has become a u.s. citizen. you can bet she is going to vote this november. report tt winner of the miss universe contest in 1996. with the added stress after the event, machado gained about 20 pounds, she says. trump claimed it was at least 40. she says trump publicly shamed her. >> he tried to destroy my self-esteem. and now i'm a v >> reporter: she suffered from anorexia and bulimia for five years. on fox news, trump defended his treatment of machado. >> she was the worst we ever had. the worst. the absolute worst. she was impossible. she was the winner. you know, she gained a massive amount of weight. and it was a real problem. >> reporter: both candidates now gearing up for the second debate less than two weeks away. bernie sanders will be here
meantime, donald trump will be campaigning in iowa and wisconsin. in durham, new hampshire, jennifer eagan, 7 news. >> christa: new details in a massachusetts cold case. a composite sketch of the suspect in the 24-year-old murder investigation of lisa ziegert has been released now. using d.n.a. evidence recovered from the crime scene. a company was able to make a prediction as to what the suspect would look like today. this is the first time massachusetts has used this technology. to assist in a case like thi ziegert, a teacher from agawam was abducted and stabbed to death back in 1992. >> sarah: the property of an elderly veteran vandalized in revere. police say a grandson discovered the graffiti saturday morning. they are investigating if it's linked to vandalism at at vfw post in revere which was also tagged. the couple's son says the vandalism is a disgrace. >> my father is 94, going on 95.
it is just not right. >> reporter: police are investigating both incidents. >> christa: more news today: officials calling for calm after an officer involved shooting on a busy southern california street. protesters gathered at the scene of the shooting where police say an african-american man was shot while acting erratically and failing to comply with officers. the man was in a shooing stance, his hands. it is unclear exactly what that was. they have said it was not a gun. >> now is the time for calm. now is the time to allow the investigation to shed light on this event. we plan to be open and transparent within the rules of the law. >> christa: this comes three days after police in charlotte, north carolina showed video of the december 20 killing of keith lamont scott.
mourning the loss of former israeli presidentship shimon perez. he passed away after suffering from a stroke at the age of 9. president obama released a statement calling perez the eessence of israel hits. >> christa: coming up, a massive wildfire scorching parts of california. and something else is making conditions even more dangerous for firefighters. >> sarah: a h a man narrowly escapes being hit by a car. >> chris: cold wind coming in off the ocean this afternoon. how long it lasts. will we see some sun again ahead. >> christa: a baby born in mexico with three genetic
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. when you take all that money it just changes you.
problems on several major roads and highways in arizona. visibility was less than a mile in some areas of the state. wind speeds reach 40 miles per hour. unbelievable. >> christa: looks like a wall of dirt coming at you. almost like their version of a blizzard out there, chris. >> chris: it is incredible to see the time lapse, too. 40 miles an hour. all the of a sudden, visibility goes down next to nothing. there you go right there. beautiful picture. that extends a couple of thousand feet up as the dirt through a lot of that city out there. reducing the visibility and obviously, respiratory issues with that as well. for us, the northeasterly wind that's been kicking in at 16 miles an hour off the ocean. at times, gusting 20-25. so it's breezy day. a cold ocean wind that's been coming. in portsmouth right now, 55-57. what happened to august weather? all of a sudden, you push back to the end of october here.
see temperatures in the mid to upper 50's. wind gusts at times, again, 20-30 miles an hour. close to that in plymouth right now. 20-mile-per-hour gust in norwood and 18 in beverly. flying under the radar has been some patches of mist and some patches of drizzle. we are not expecting a whole lot of rain here over the next couple of days. basically, a cloud-producer. the most significant rain staying south of us. in fact, many towns pick up a tenth of an inch or less of water over the next 24-36 across the area. they are going to get soaked down through the mid-atlantic, though. this is where flash flooding will likely take place. and portions of central pennsylvania working down toward the d.c. and baltimore area into northern virginia. this area of low pressure not moving all that much.
a strong northeast wind coming toward that high. this will retreated a diminish as it moves off to the northeast. then you allow more of the moisture to get into southern new england. then the opportunity for sustained showers with some more appreciable amounts of water rolling. in that is not going to happen until we get into friday afternoon and into the weekend. tropical storm matthew, he is the latest tropical storm on the board. formed just after 10:00 this morning. winds at 60 miles an hour. hurricane in the caribbean by the weekend. and then strengthen as it takes that northerly turn toward jamaica, and perhaps over to cuba as we head into early next week. something we will continue to keep an eye on. meantime, those water temperatures down that way, very warm. you get into the caribbean. we are running 84-86 degrees. breezy and cool today. patchy drizzle around. 56-62. there is the 7-day forecast. heading into the weekend. yeah. temperatures stuck close to
we will see some improvement by early next week. >> christa: a story now caught on camera. fast pedestrian narrowly escapes serious injury when a speeding car barrels toward him. wow. this man was pulled over on the side of the road. gets out of the car and nearly gets hit. as you just saw. he managed to pull off an impressive jump and get out of the way in the knick of time. >> sarah: c.e.o. elon musk is working to get people to mars in about previous estimate. musk is developing reusable spaceships. he says the first journey to the planet is going to be dangerous there. will be a high risk of death. >> christa: side effects here. good to know. did you see the story about fertility specialists from u.s. traveling to mexico to deliver a baby who was conceived using d.n.a. from three different people? the procedure uses mitochondrial replacement. it is meant for parents who
their children. we should mention the process is not approved here in the u.s. the baby boy was born in april. and appears to be healthy. that could set quite a precedent. for a lot of people. wow. >> sarah: that would be amazing if they brought that here to the u.s. coming up, vice president joe biden guest-starring. >> christa: and special interests that oppose question 2 claim district schools lose money to charter schools. that's "absurd," says the boston herald. "outright lies," reports the lowell sun. charter schools "don't siphon off state dollars" from traditional schools, says the boston globe. in fact, public schools get more money. the truth is question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. please vote yes on question 2.
>> christa: these wildfires burning out of control out west. the flames are spreading out in california. that is not the only problem that the firefighters are dealing with. >> sarah: an intense heat wave is making things even worse and forcing emergency evacuations. in the santa cruz mountains, the race to save homes. in size. flames exploding ten stories high. it is fueled by scorching heat, fanned by strong wind and feeding on the five-year drought. for firefighters across the region, it is a recipe for disaster. with evacuations under way, 300 structures are threatened. some already destroyed. >> it is extreme fire behavior with the drought conditions and heat wave.
>> sarah: heat is the enemy for the men and women battling the fire. fall turning into summer. fast heat alert. they are baking in triple-digit heat. with the power grid stressed, the air-conditioning is out and hundreds of classrooms in los angeles. a cool-off is coming. but for many, not soon enough. as fire and heat grip the region relief. the wildfires have burned more than 2,200 acres of land since it started on monday. >> christa: up next, the family of an officer killed by the tsarnaev brothers making their case on capitol hill. and what they want congress to do. >> sarah: vandals setting fire to a local playground. the key piece of evidence police hope
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>> christa: tonight's episode of law & order svu featuring a special guest star. >> sarah: vice president joe biden will play himself. the svu episode focuses on a case connected to the back-log of untested rape kits around the country, an issue biden hopes will get more attention. >> i have no illusions. i'm not very goodor but this one i didn't have to act about. this one is just f right from the gut. >> sarah: biden authored the violence against women act which eventually became law in 1994. so that episode is part of a packed night of new episodes right here on 7-nbc. you can catch blindspot at 8:00. followed by law & order at 9:00.
then all the day's news from the night team at 11:00. >> christa: much more to come in the next half hour of 7 news. the royals making the most of their week-long trip in canada. we will let you know what they have been up to. >> chris: cool weather for the 7-day forecast. >> christa: a clothing controversy in texas. why a high-schooler was forced to change out of his costume. i just want what's best for my 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.
>> sarah: now we are hearing from a person who witnessed the crash. dan hausle has breaking details. >> reporter: well, this is something of a by crash on 195 near fall river. a fast-moving and busy road, as you can see behind me. the accident happening when a car crossed the median. the grass about 40-50 feet wide and ran head-on into a car coming the other way. state police say that the car was traveling westbound... traveling westbound on i-95 en for some reason and smashed head-on into a vehicle coming the other way. they say the vehicle that crossed the median had two people in it. a livery vehicle, one person in the other car. all of them killed. state police have yet to release the names of those killed in this accident. the question is why did this car come across the median? well, we talked to a man who was right behind the car. he said it was driving erratically for a time before it went into the grass.
crossed the highway. and listen to what he said happen when it went into oncoming traffic. >> as soon as he came up out of the grass and into the road, he wide is-swiped one car. there is some things you shouldn't see. that was one of them. >> reporter: the witness said that the vehicle that crossed the median was a van and that the door came open in the crash was flung out of the vehicle, leading to the triple fatality that we had here. state police not saying much more, but on-line, they put this under a category that included distracted driving. we hope to hear more from them as the day goes on. we are live in westport, dan hausle, 7 news. >> sarah: a check of the forecast now. breezy and cool weather in the final days of september. let's send it over the chris lambert with more on the forecast. hey there, chris.
good afternoon, everyone. what you see is what you get. upper 50's and low 60's. we have a breeze coming off the ocean as well. a good 15-20 miles an hour. some patches of drizzle. we are not tracking a lotle of rain in terms of heavier rain on the radar. enough to keep it on the damp and cool side. that will be the case not only today but throughout much of the week. these high temperatures not moving much either. weekend. better chance of steadier showers working in on friday. especially in the afternoon friday night and into saturday. if we do pick up any appreciable rain, it would be friday into the weekend. and not necessarily the next couple of dals. although it will be damp and cool out there at times. christa >> christa: world leaders are mourning the loss of former israeli president shimon peres. he died two weeks after
>> reporter: the face of israel. the elder statesman. the eternal optimist. overnight, shimon peres lost his last fight. dying of complications from a stroke, his family by his side. >> he worked tirelessly for israel from the very first day of the to the last of his life. he built the military and nuclear program, a strong supporter of jewish settlements in the west bank. peace with israeli's neighbors became his life's mission. shimon peres led secret talks with the palestinians, ening in the signing of the 1993 oslo peace agreement and this historic handshake between sworn enemies.
the palestinian leader. all three awarded the nobel peace prize. peres retired two years ago but stayed involved. this morning, israel's prime minister led a moment of silence for the man who served his country for 7 decades as both prime minister and president. israel's warrior for peace, gone at 93. the state funeral now set for friday in jerusalem. israel's foreign ministries sath dignitaries from around the world to attend. nbc news, london. >> sarah: the brother of murdered m.i.t. police officer sean collier will appear before congress to help introduce a bill calling for an official day to honor first responders. the zahn brothers shot and killed collier in the days following the marathon bombings. collier's brother andrew will join congressman michael capuano to promote the bill that would lead to the creation of national first
>> christa: a deadly drive in leominster. one person was killed in this crash on 19 0. this was right before 11:00 last night. no word yet on the cause. new hampshire state troopers investigating a deadly crash there, following a chase in manchester. officials say a hingham man was driving erratically and refused to stop for police early tuesday morning. the man reached speeds of up to one hundred miles per hour. drugs and alcohol do not appear to be factors. >> sarah: canton pol alarming crime at an elementary school. fast group of people were seen on surveil vail lance video here setting on fire at a playground. the video shows them rolling a flaping trash barrel, a paper across the playground. the suspect set a dumpster on fire as well. >> they damaged the playground in a way that made it difficult for our kids to enjoy it. >> my kids, they were surprised. they were like, you know, who are these bad people out there?
videos they are analyzing. >> christa: parole denied for rod matthews. 30 years ago, matthews used a baseball bat to beat and kill his classmate. matthews was convicted of second-degree murder. he was sentenced to life in prison. and was the first juvenile here in massachusetts to be tried as an adult. this latest decision by the parole board means matthews will remain behind bars for five more years. >> sarah: pope francis urging forces to civilians in the city of aleppo warning them they will face god's punishment. syria's government and its russian backers have stepped-up air attacks on rebel-held parts of the northern city since the end of a cease-fire last week. the wells fargo c.e.o. says he will forfeit $41 million in
launches an investigation into the scandal involving phony accounts. the employee who headed the division that created fake accounts has also left the company. she will not receive any severance. the c.e.o. will testify on capitol hill tomorrow. >> christa: a texas high school dealing with controversy after fast student was asked to change his clothes when he dressed as a slave for the school's decades day. now, the senior says he was forced to change his outfit when he arrived at schl. the plight of his ancestors. school administrators were not on the same page. he changed to avoid an in-school suspension. >> sarah: a texas woman trapped and passed out inside her car. responders desperately racing against time to save her life. what they did in five minutes made all the difference. a medical emergency that
passed away. >> reporter: you just met the deputy constables who did more than what's required to save woman's life. >> that is our job. we are supposed to save lives, not take them. >> reporter: monday afternoon, the deputy was flagged down for what appeared to be a minor accident. inside, was 27-year-old ebony ivory. the doors were locked. she wasn't responding. soon, a half dozen precinct one deputies were there. and it didn't seem promising. >> she was cold. she was blue in the face. >> she did not have a pulse at all. >> every year, we have to get recertified. >> reporter: she and the officers took turns performing cpr. >> i kept going, guys, come on. come on. >> another deputy relieved me. we kept going until fire and
>> reporter: her family is grateful for the response. the officers are not required to perform cpr or even know it, they couldn't imagine not jumping in. >> i hope someone would do it for me or my family or my mother. >> it made all the difference. >> it was a collective thing. you cannot do these things on your own. >> it is part of our job at the end of the day. it is a good feeling. >> sarah: she experienced cardiac arrest and hospitalized. thankfully, they were there. >> christa: right now, the duke and duchess of cambridge continuing their royal tour of canada. >> reporter: for william and kate, a night away from the children. arriving in picturesque white horse, a town built during the gold rush, located on the yukon river. it is now said to have the cleanest air in the world. a spectacular setting and last
that almost got william on his feet. >> you almost danced. >> that is what he said. >> kate said he has some good moves. there is one more experience william and kate might not want to miss. a display that would make leaving the children behind for the night really worth it. the question is, were the clouds clear and will they stay up the world famous northern lights. often visible earlier, the couple picked grapes and tried local food. tomorrow, the duke and duchess head back to their own children with plenty of stories to tell. it was kind of sweet to watch them sitting in the front row of the concert. they often whispered to each other. you could see the connection. it would have been romantic see the northern lights. we stayed up to try to see for ourselves. we didn't see anything.
you get one chance. you come here for one night. you miss out. back to you. >> christa: better luck next time, i guess. still ahead, day care delays could be putting kids at serious risk. how long it takes investigators to look into parents' complaints. >> sarah: big papi taking the driver's seat in disguise. we get an inside look at the
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>> papi, everybody likes. papi? >> that papi guy? you should like him. he is really good. >> i like him because they tell me i like him. >> christa: looks like he has no clue. big papi was there undercover. here in boston as a lyft driver. the red sox star driving boston stonians around the city in disguise. he does drop several hints. we were checking it out ourselves. he references how much he hates new york. how bad the drivers are. el is other stars have done these undercover videos as well. you might remember shaquille o'neal and demi lovato. it is funny, the big reveal. it was funny when he was bragging about taking a selfie
>> sarah: you can imagine the surprise, right? >> chris: the double clap. rubbing his hands. like he is getting into the batter's box, ready to go. that chin strap beard gives it away, though. 60 in plymouth. 616 in hyannis. the wind speeds right now, about 15-20 miles an hour. that is coming off the ocean. that is going to be a cool breeze. that is with us not only this afternoon but the next several days. so this is something that's not going to change that much in the forecast. once in a while, near 0 miles an hour along the coastline. these numbers a little bit high across the interior. once in a while, gusts over 20. bottom line, cool, it's breezy out there. certainly, feels like summer has finally ended. doesn't it? radar right now, not a lot of significant rain. you take a look at some of the patches of blues beginning to show up. we have had some patches of drizzle and mist. don't expect it to add up to
tomorrow, a couple of holes in the overcast. wouldn't be surprised to see a few of those drift in for tomorrow afternoon. the bottom line, still going to be a cool and breezy day. low pressure back into the midwest. dyeing into the ohio valley. this one is not going to move that much the next several days. and really because this isn't moving much, and the pattern is jammed up, don't expect the weather to change that much in the next couple of days. one thing we will note as we get into the end of the week and close to the weekend, this area of high pressure does os somewhat. the wind won't be as gusty friday into the weekend. however, it will start to alsoes if allow, though, more showers south of us to. work on in. that is why we increase the shower chance here friday, saturday, and even into sunday. now, the heavy rain the next several days down across the mid-atlantic, these are the forecast models coming out. two to four, five inches of rain. i'll tell you one thing. with localized bands setting up, i wouldn't be surprised to
tropical storm matthew now moving in toward the caribbean. we will jump from the atlantic into the caribbean here within the next day or so. this is expected to strengthen. winds 60 miles an hour already. moving west at 21. very warm water. in this stretch. 84-86 degrees. w by early next week. we will keep an eye on things for the united states. all right. 56-62 out there this afternoon. no tropical theme in this forecast. right? patchy drizzle around with the on-shore breeze coming. in that wind coming down from the gulf of maine. all right. breezy and cool tonight. pampy drizzle. patchy fog. 50's for the lows. sticking close to 60 for the daytime highs even into early next week. guys? >> christa: still ahead, an
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. why? because ayotte opposes a woman's right to choose. in her relentless effort to overturn roe v. wade, hurting new hampshire women. kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care. independence usa pac is responsible
>> sarah: if there was a problem at your child's day care, you would expect someone to look into it immediately. we found there were cases of day care delays. danger. >> christa: we looked into how state officials handle complaints. here is hank investigates today. >> reporter: what if your child came home looking like this? what if all those scratches happened at day care? >> when i saw his face, i cried. i lost it. >> reporter: that two-year-old's mother who wants to hide her identity called the day care and asked what happened to my son. she wasn't happy with the answer. >> they just said that three other kids were around and one
and she described it as edward sis so-hands. >> reporter: 22 scratches. how could that happen? >> every day, to look at those scratches was, you know, devastating to see. report tht mom called the state's department of early education and care. it oversees licensed day cares. when she asked them to investigate,st she says she was shocked at the response. they told her there is a backlog. >> for one of the workers to tell me, i'm sorry, we are on a backlog, we will get to it. i mean, that is mind-boggling. backlog? the state's own reports reveal how long it can take for an investigator to actually visit day cares after a complaint. this report of unlicensed assistants and driking alcohol shows it took the state 23 calendar days. a complaint about infection control and sanitation, 25 days. a child with injuries, 56 days. we showed a government watchdog our findings on day
the state should investigate to find out why those lags exist. they should correct the system. report tt state sent us a statement saying it responds to all complaints and investigates allegations. it prioritize it is investigation of the most serious allegations. but parents worry when day care complaints aren't instantly inspected, the truth can disappear. . >> who is to say that day care doesn't mask everything and make it seem like they did nothing wrong? experts tell uls there are about facilities in massachusetts. last year, the state investigated about 1,000 complaints. check our web site for more information on licensed day cares.
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fighting for equal pay and against workplace discrimination, to expand access to birth control, strengthen and preserve medicare, and i reached across the aisle to protect access to mammograms. i approve this message because after all the false, negative ads, i'm still the kelly ayotte you know-
>> oh, that poor guy. >> christa: well, this
proposal at yankee stadium turning into a heart-stopping moment. night's sox-yankees game. a man pulled out a box to give his girlfriend containing an engagement ring. then the ring fell. they searched for several frantic minutes. >> wait a minute. they are smiling. hey! >> they found it! that's great! >> christa: ahh, he found it. the ring ended up getting caught in a fold in her pants. after they retrieved it, she
everybody is clapping. and with good reason. that is would have been some worrisome moments there. >> sarah: everybody jumps up and cheers, chris. >> chris: the announcers were on it, with the play by play. 56-62 this afternoon. a breeze keeping us cool. not only today but again tomorrow. mostly cloudy skies tomorrow. could have a patchy drizzle. also could have a couple of breaks north and west of boston in the overcast. not too many breaks, hi to, this week. showers working in friday, saturd soich all right. that will do it for 7 news today at noon. >> christa: have sa fantastic afternoon. 7 news continues first at
vo: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump: trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. vo: ayotte
agrees, voting six times to do just that - defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. .. trump: ...there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. vo: ayotte and trump: wrong for new hampshire women. senate majority pac is responsible for the
>> abe: we're still going through tip line calls, and even without a reward it's a flood. >> brady: are any of the tips on xander? >> abe: we have plenty, but nothing's panned out. [suspenseful music] ? ? >> marlena: where is theresa? >> brady: she has a security guard with her. if xander gets anywhere near her, we're going to take him out. >> john: chances are he's probably already hooked up with orpheus and weston by now.n they can come back for any one of us which puts a huge target on our family'back. ? ? >> paul: not bad dinner, considering we can't cook anything. >> claire: yeah, i mean, once the stuff in the fridge goes bad we're toast, but this was really good. thank you. >> paul: yeah. whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. whoa, whoa. where do you think you're going? >> claire: to find a hotspot. >> paul: no. >> claire: uh, the wifi here is dead. >> paul: but you are not, so let's keep it that way.