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then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> sarah: a worcester man accused of an alarming crime. heed police say he confessed to the crime. right now that child is in the hospital. >> christa: dcf is investigating exactly what happened. the man is facing a judge. there you see 7's victoria warren. report tt uncle was arrested. he is in police custody. this morning, he is having a mental evaluation done. then he will have his court arraignment. he is accused of strangling
worcester police racing out to this home after a man says he killed his nephew. >> i heard, like, a little kid just crying and, you know, screaming and crying. . >> four obviously undercover cars, plain cars down lincoln 80 miles an hour. >> reporter: inside the lincoln village town home, police found the three-year-old boy. he had injuries to his face and neck. he was alive and he was alert. the 21-year-old uncle them in. >>. >> i can't imagine what he has gone through. he must have been so scared. >> the uncle was arrested, accused of attempted murder, indecent assault and he is accused of strangling the child. he told police he was watching his nephew while the boy's dad was at work. investigators took pictures and removed evidence from the home. neighbors left hoping the child is going to be okay. >> it's just really sad. you wonder what would make
>> reporter: at the hospital, the three-year-old boy is stable. his injuries are considered non-life-threatening. the department of children and families is also investigating this. again, the uncle set for arraignment at some point this afternoon. live in worcester, victoria warren, 7 news. >> christa: overnight, police in middletown, connecticut search the home of nathan carman's mother. linda carman is the woman presumed to be dead after being lost at sea for two weeks now. last night, detectives wer hour and we are told they took several items from the home. what exactly was taken is still unclear. right now, law enforcement agencies in four different states are trying to figure out what happened during that fishing trip that carman took with her son. nathan carman was found in a life raft sunday night, reunited with his father on tuesday. the discovery is also reopening some questions about the death of carman's grandfather who was murdered back in 2013. there are reports that linda carman was a person of
nathan was also considered a person of interest in the case as well. he has never been charged with the crime. and he denies any involvement. >> sarah: the latend oohest on the deadly train crash in new jersey. fbs investigators say they will spend the next week trying to piece together exactly what went wrong. all the damage at the station is making things more complicated. john cuoco has the latest. >> reporter: in just minutes, the thursday morning rush unraveled. >> i have heavy structural damage. train. major, major casualties. >> reporter: train 1614, on the new jersey transit line sped into the hoboken station, slamming into, then over the bumpers at the end of the track. >> it was just... it was horrific. an explosion of concrete dust, electrical wires. >> reporter: the canopy above the terminal collapsed, falling to the ground, along with steel beams, bricks, and shattered glass. a 34-year-old was standing on
the hoboken resident and mom was killed by falling debris. >> we just heard people screaming in the first car. they were trapped. they couldn't get out. >> reporter: more than one hundred on and off the train were injured. including the engineer who is said to be cooperating with the national transportation safety board investigation into the crash. witnesses say the train never seemed to slow down. n.t.s.b. agents hope to get the key data from the crash from the train's black box. >> the only place we have been able to access is the rear, where we were able to get the recorder. >> reporter: investigators have access to the locomotive to. this point, structural damage to the station has kept them out of the rest of the train. investigators hope to have access to the other cars later today. the n.t.s.b. expects to be here on scene for the next week to ten days. in hoboken, new jersey, john cuoco, 7 news. >> christa: "t" officials are taking new steps to fix things around the so-called money room.
surfaced from a surveillance camera showing a worker in the money room lying face-down while cash is scattered on a nearby table. the incident was never investigated. the worker never identified. but the m.b.t.a. is releasing a statement this morning. here is what it says. the m.b.t.a. has made significant progress in improving the management and productivity of the money room. since this troubling image emerged in february. there is no logical reason for a transit system to be in the cash-handling business. that is why the m.b.t.a. is eager to enter into a contract nast can perform this function more efficiently. police in braintree searching for suspects after a violent night at the movies. officials say two men were stabbed in the amc braintree movie theater parking lot. this was just after 7:00 last night. the victims, both 36 years old, from hingham. they were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. >> sarah: hurricane matthew has been strengthened to a category three. we are quiching an eye on where it is heading next.
lambert with more on the forecast. >> chris: certainly has strengthened quite a bit here. down in the caribbean. the west to southwesterly motion at 12 miles an hour. expected to take that right turn, though. and go due north. this is jamaica right here. and this is haiti. this is cuba. high-impact for those islands. and perhaps even into the bahamas by wednesday. that much, we are confident in. in terms of the next few days ahead of us. the question is mid to late week next week, where does the track hit? the eastern united states or does it curve back out to sea in this ethe pends on the interaction with the trough coming out. too early to say, for sure. you can see a lot of models focused, coming through the bahamas. they start to make their way up the east coast again. whether it turns abruptly or not, we will wait and see for late next week. anyway, we have some rain to deal with over the weekend.
a big thank you to big pappy. david ortizle with celebrations this weekend. >> david ortiz has had a 13-year reign. for me and i know for many people, his retirement... >> christa: right now, a giant 34 is making its way arou to it. and nicole oliverio caught up with a few of them and has the story. >> reporter: even the littlest voices f saying bye to big papi in a big way. >> thanks for the memories, man. thanks for the three rings, man. >> reporter: the red sox are letting fans show their appreciation. this traveling number 34 and thank you card are making their way through boston. a chance to say thanks for the
so fans have been coming by all morning, taking their picture with the number 34. you are encouraged to post your pic on social media with the hash tag thanks, pappy. >> i want to say thank you for so much. what you have done in the postseason for us. just winning those world series. world series m.v.p. >> created such excitement, enthusiasm in the city. >> reporter: ortiz will play his last regular-season series at home this weekend. and fans from everywhere want to be there. >> mexico. only to see big papi. >> i did the same for rivera. it is like, hey, i'm going to say good-bye to the big papi, too. >> reporter: as people posed for pictures, they paused to think about their favorite ortiz moments. >> i went to a game, and papi hit a grand slam. i clapped so hard i broke my engagement ring. >> red sox have won it sgl.
plate, you know, how he spits into each hand. collapse. you know, it is great. pretty much everything. >> i was in iraq when he won the first world series. it broke my heart. i'm glad they did it a couple more times for me. >> christa: right now police are searching for this man who they say has been behind a series of break-ins and home invasions in hampton. schools were told to shelter in place as police went door to door two of them have been captured. here is jennifer eagan. she has more on the crime spree. glenn is jen? >> >> reporter: christa, prosecutors say when one of the suspects was arrested, he had a gun loaded with 15 bullets and a bullet in the chamber. a crowbar. and plastic gloves. andrew jorge and anthony marcellino were hidden behind large doors in the courtroom here today. their lawyers raised issues of
found by the house does not mean they are the men the police were looking for. yesterday morning, just before 11:00 a.m., a woman noticed men in her backyard along main street in hampton. she ran to a nearby business and called 911. police saw four men in black hooded sweatshirts running from the home. one was arrested at the scene. another was found by a k-9 unit during a search of the area. inside the home, officers found cash and drugs. first, you will hear from the prosecutor on the case. when the lawyer for one of the suspects. >> my client has no criminal record. he has never missed a court date. at this time, they are just allegations. >> if he has no criminal record, how could he have missed a court date? >> he has never been convicted. all the cases which he has had, which have been very few, have been dismissed. he always appeared to court. >> reporter: the prosecutor on the case said in court today that when officers went inside
inside that safe, cash and fentanyl. this is an image released by police, one of the two men. as for the two men arraigned in court this morning, they are held without bail until another court date next week. we are live in plymouth, 7 news. >> sarah: to the election now. 39 days to go before voters head to the polls. overnight, donald trump taking to twitter. hillary clinton serves a surprise endorsement from a major news publication. 7's nancy chen has a closerlo >> nancy: donald trump going on an overnight tweet storm against hillary clinton and former miss universe alicia machado. trump saying clinton was duped and used by machado. writing in one tweet "did crooked hillary help disgusting alicia m become a u.s. citizen so she could use her in the debate?" it became a hot topic this week after clinton mentioned her during monday night's debate.
when it comes to hillary clinton. you repeated it at a rally in bedford, new hampshire. >> everything you need to know about hillary clinton, sometimes referred to as crooked hillary, can be understood with a simple but very important phrase. follow the money. >> reporter: still endorsements pour in for clinton. in a surprise move, breaking with "u.s.a. today"'s tradition of not picking sides,n wrote "by all means, vote. just not for donald trump." mike pence wroting a competing op-ed saying trump is ready to lead. >>ly not raise taxes on the middle class. i have defined it as i will not raise taxes on anyone making less than $250,000. >> nancy: early voting starts
that although moose are not typically aggressive, residents should remain cautious. don't approach it. >> christa: i felt like at first, the picture didn't do it justice of how huge they actually are. >> sarah: yeah. remember when we saw the video, chris, the moose running in the streets. then you realize how huge they are. >> chris: that was close by. watertown? he was massive there. you do a double-take. 60 in boston right now. 61 in plymouth. we have the 15-20 miles an hour. that continues to push in the cool ocean air. although we have a few breaks of sun. you know, the thinning of the overcast so far today. that will be leaving us. we watch some showers entering the cape. down around buzzards bay. not quite there yet. you get across the south coast of rhode island and connecticut. showers working in. this is the band that will slowly lift off to the north throughout the rest of the day. a little bit slower than, you know, anticipated. some of the showers could get
the mass. pike by noon, 1:00. a couple hours after. that okay, let's call it maybe k or so. i do expect for the evening commute, to have more widespread wet weather across the area. the exception, that may be far northern massachusetts, up into southern new hampshire. it remains mainly dry. regardless, the rain isp coing overnight tonight into tomorrow morning. a good deal of showers coming in. some showers may be locally heavy. quite a bit of moisture working in with the atmosphere. all the talk in the trot ins focused on matthew. this will slow down and all of a sudden, take this northward turn. taking a 90-degree turn here. across jamaica or close to it. over eastern cuba here. high impact for these islands here. a major hurricane will likely make landfall and then going into the bahamas after that. this is your five-day forecast. from the national hurricane center.
four or five days down the line. thereafter, it works its way close to the east coast. 55-61 today. cool and breezy. once the showers arrive. the temperatures fade back a couple of degrees. yeah. 51-55 overnight tonight. showers locally heavy. areas of fog as well. breezy. that breeze continues tomorrow. with rain a little more consistent in the morning. versus the afternoon. again, we may taper offer to some drizzle later on in the day. there is the 7 on 7 forecast. i don't think we will have a lot of rain in terms of heavy showers on sunday. could have some patches of drizzle around in the morning through midday. some dry breaks in the afternoon, a possibility. it will be a cool one out there. if you are joining 7 news for the making strides against breast cancer walk on sunday morning in boston, plan on damp weather with temperatures running mid to upper 50's.
the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, - according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state.
>> christa: a worcester firefighter's controversy getting wiped away after some trouble at the car-wash. his jeep ended up getting damaged. >> sarah: they offered to fix the jeep and pay for the rental car as well. when e-mails went unanswered, he contacted solve it 7. kris anderson has more. >> kris: life can get busy sometimes. especially when you are trying to keep up with twin three-year-old boys. between his job as a worcester firefighter and his double daddy duties time also to be a hero husband. so when his wife's dirty s.u.v. was in desperate need of a little tlc, he took it over to the local car-wash. >> i have been through it a hundred times before. >> kris: the automated system started pushing him through. >> it pushed me right through the door. i saw scratches on the door, going up over the roof.
>> kris: the car-wash's manager agreed to pay for the damage. dan got an estimate. then took the s.u.v. to a body shop to get it fixed. >> they said it would be about a week to get it done. and i would need a rental car. >> kris: he reached out to the manager about covering the cost of the rental. >> he said no problem. send me the bill. i'll reimburse you for that payment. >> kris: dan dropped off the bill for his rental reimbursement. the manager confirmed that he received it. >> they were great. everything looked as it was before the accident. >> kris: the company paid for the repairs. dan was still waiting for his $281 rental reimbursement. he e-mailed the manager again. the manager assured him he would take care of it that week. dan never got the check. and says the manager stopped responding. >> i have a chain e-mails saying he would do it. i figured you guys could get me my money. >> kris: he contacted solve it 7. >> if a company promises to pay for the rental car in an
>> as soon as they sent that e-mail, they agreed to pay it. >> kris: we called the owner of the car-wash. the company's chief operating officer told us he was but unaware of problem but promised he would look into it. a few days later... >> they got in touch with me. they were very sorry. they got me my check very promptly. thank you, solve it 7. you got my money back. when i couldn't get it on my own. >> kris: fortunately, we were able to help dan wash his worries away. give us a call. or send us an e-mail to solve it 7 at whdh.com. kris anderson, 7 news. >> sarah: up next, a woman says she was attacked by a masked man on the streets. >> christa: it took 14 years, two stolen paintings finally found. where the artwork was
joe plaia: every three days, mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead.
then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the
>> christa: there is a new contest. you can hang out with matt damon, ben affleck, and tom brady. >> sarah: the actors got into a spat over who is better friends with tom brady. >> you and a friend can hang out with me and tom brady. and i guess also matt will be there. >> yeah. also me. because i'm also friends with tom brady. >> yeah, no. sure. >> you want to have this argument again in. >> sure, fine. let's ask t-bone who he is better friends with. >> that is not his nickname. >> i'm starting it. >> you are going to name him after a steak in why don't you call him (bleep) prime rib. >> guys, hey... >> hey, tom! hey! >> hey, tommy. what's up? t-bone. don't... >> touchdown tommy.
i just got done with some body work. >> yeah. me too. i do some stretching. (laughter) >> sarah: the three are teaming up to raise money for their respective charities. all you have to do is donate $10 for your chance to win. it is going to be really fun to see who win this is contest. >> christa: look how puzzled he looks. in refereeing the whole fight there. all right. much more to come in the next half hour of 7. including a space station mission completed. the row set that probe ending its orbit around a >> chris: dry so far. rain arriving this afternoon. the forecast ahead. >> sarah: a little worcester boy now recovering. what we are learning about the person who attacked him. >> christa: saying a final farewell. world leaders gathering to
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>> christa: a worcester man accused of trying to kill a three-year-old boy. his own nephew is in court today. police claim he confessed to the crime. right now that little boy is in the hospital. >> sarah: investigators are back on the scene today to figure out what happened. victoria warren has the latest. >> reporter: a chilling this home after a man says he killed his nephew. >> i heard, like, a little kid just crying and you know, screaming. and crying. >> four, obviously, undercover cars, plain cars down lincoln 0 miles an hour. >> reporter: inside the lincoln village town home, police found the three-year-old boy. he had injuries to his face and neck. but he was alive and he was alert. the 21-year-old uncle met police at the door and let them in.
gone through. he must have been so scared. >> reporter: the boy was rushed to the hospital. the uncle arrested. accused of attempted murder. indecent assault, and he is accused of strangling the child. he told police he was watching his nephew while the boy's dad was at work. investigators spent hours inside the town home, taking pictures and removing evidence. neighbors left hoping the child is going to be okay. >> it's just really sad. you wonder what would make somebody do that. >> reporter: here at the courthouse, lawyers ask for health evaluation before they could have the arraignment. the departmentle of children and families is also investigating. as for that three-year-old boy at the hospital, they said he is stable and his injuries are considered not life-threatening. in worcester, victoria warren, 7 news. >> sarah: the latest on the deadly commuter train crash in new jersey. investigators say they will spend the next week trying to piece together exactly what went wrong. all the damage at the station is making things more complicated.
report-in-the-just minutes, the thursday morning rush unraveled. >> i have heavy structural damage. i have people trapped on the train. major, major casualties. >> reporter: train 1614 on the new jersey transit line sped into the hoboken station. slamming into, then over the bumpers at the end of the tracks. >> it was just horrific. an explosion of concrete dust, electrical wires. >> reporter: the canopy collapsed. falling to the shattered glass. 34-year-old was standing on the platform. the hoboken resident and mom was killed by falling debris. >> we just heard people screaming in the first car. they were trapped. they couldn't get out. >> reporter: more than one hundred on and off the train were injured. including the engineer who is said to be cooperating with the national transportation safety board investigation into the crash. witnesses say the train never seemed to slow down.
from the train's black box. . >> the only plals we have been able to access is the locomotive which is at the rear. where we were able to get the recorder. >> reporter: investigators have access to the locomotive. to this point, structural damage to the station has kept them out of the rest of the train. investigators hope to have access to the other cars later today. the n.t.s.b. expects to be here on scene for the next week to ten days. in hoboken, new jersey, 7 news. >> christa: now tracking matthew. the hurricane has strengthened now to a category three. we are keeping an eye on its path. well, by wee we mean chris lambert. chris, tell us where this is headed now. >> chris: hey, we are all involved in. this right? this is headed off to the west, southwest here. it is in the caribbean. it is going to continue that motion over the next 12-24 hours. then take a right turn and go due north almost into jamaica. jamaica is right here. this is the western edges of haiti. this is cuba.
eventually into the bahamas for early to middle part of next week. where it goes from there, does it continue close to the east coast or does it do one of those snap hooks and back out to sea in remains on to be seen. it will depend on timing and how close it gets to the coastline. how fast it gets to the u.s. coastline. or at least close to it. we will keep an eye on that as we get into next week. otherwise, we are keeping an eye on this for this weekend. afternoon. does look like a wet weekend. especially on saturday. more on the weekend forecast ahead. >> sarah: boston police searching for a sexual assault suspect in jamaica plain. police say he attacked a woman near gay head and mendon streets just before 2:00 thursday morning. detectives say he was walking down the street and the masked man carrying a gun approached this woman. the alleged victim told police the suspect took her phone and forced her into a backyard where he sexually assaulted
so no witnesses saw the attack. a couple recovering after they were hit by a tow truck in newton center. this happened on beacon street last night. police say the man and woman were in the crosswalk when the truck hit them. the driver stayed on the scene. there is no word yet on the conditions of the victims. >> christa: four day care locations had to get shut down. terry's little pumpkins lok located in medford, chelsea, reve a down. after losing their license when state investigators found that the day care violated several state regulations. according to court documents, state investigators say there was insufficient food and drink for the children. dead mice were found behind a refrigerator. staff members nodding off while taking care of children. a day care worker also allegedly left a child unattended in a transportation van. parents say they are shocked about it. >> are you surprised it is closing? >> yeah. i'm surprised.
>> christa: the owner has two weeks now to file an appeal. >> sarah: firefighters perform a careful rescue operation at the big e. some people were hanging more than 20 feet in the air after a ride suddenly stopped. riders were stuck up there for nearly two hours. first responders using ladders to get the nearly two dozen people back on the ground. people on the ride say it was pretty scary. >> we were all joking around, like, oh, like, what i broke down and it actually did. we had the seat belt thing that protects you on the ride. >> sarah: everybody is okay. the ride has been shut down. inspectors try to figure out what caused the malfunction. >> christa: shimon peres has been laid to rest in jerusalem. he was buried today at israel's national cemetery alongside most of the country's past leaders. president obama and former president bill clinton attended the funeral. and both leaders delivered
obama saying that peres showed justice and hope at the heart of the zionist ideal. and clinton called him israel's biggest dreamer. >> i could not be more honored to be in jerusalem to say farewell to my friend shimon peres. >> christa: he died after suffering a stroke. he was 93. >> sarah: more news today: gogh paintings that were stolen from an amsterdam museum hidden in a farm house near a naples neighborhood with strong ties to organized crime. the paintings are dated as far back as 1882. the earlier painting depicts a church in the south of the netherlands where the artist father was a pastor. art experts determined they are authentic.
museum via the roofer and through the windows. and it happened very quickly. back then. so that's how it happened. 14 years ago. >> sarah: when renowned masterpieces are stolen, it would be nearly impossible to sell them in the legitimate art market. >> christa: a bizarre scene in michigan right now. that is how he was found. his head hovering just inches above floodwaters. get. this they say that he was there for 13 hours. here you see a man on a stretcher after just being freed from this window by the detroit fire department. police say they thought he was a burglar breaking into this house. but it turns out he lives here: and lost his keys. so he broke in through a window wednesday night. and tried to climb into the basement. but he got stuck and was
as the rain continued to fall, the basement started flooding. inching closer to his head. by lunchtime, a neighbor started wondering about his whereabouts. and then went to investigate when he found him hanging upside-down. >> i guess when he climbed through, the window caught his feet. he was upside-down. since 1:00 this morning. >> christa: after being stuck in the we kuhlier l we pul ar department finally rescued him and took him to the hospital. 13 hours. that man still recovering. >> sarah: glad he is okay. still ahead on 7 news, a world war ii veteran all smiles. after 71 years, he gets his high school diploma. >> chris: showers moving in later on this afternoon. it will be a cool gray weekend.
>> chris: cool weather, the theme of the weekend. really been the theme over the last few days. good afternoon, everyone. that east, northeasterly wind coming off the ocean. keeping things on the chilly side. boston, 60 degrees. had some glimpses of sun once in a while so this morning into the early afternoon. those fading on out. we will watch more and more clouds thicken on up and the showers arriving from south to
these numbers not moving much as we go throughout the day. perhaps even fading back a couple of degrees. once the run starts on in. you can see a lot of that shower activity here down through southern connecticut, the coastline of rhode island. a few showers across the cape and the islands. nothing tremendously heavy at this point. this whole band of slowly edging its way northbound. it will take some time here. maybe north of the mass. pike. you don't see much until after 3:00 this afternoon. as these showers gradually to 3:00. south of the mass. pike. from south to north. by the evening commute, a lot of us seeing some showers around. doesn't mean it is going to be intense the whole evening. through the overnight hours. at times, a few showers could put down quite a bit of water all at once. we will get some appreciable rain out of it. a half an inch to an inch. localized areas may see more than that. especially the south coast of new england. and by saturday afternoon, this may, indeed, taper off to
down in the tropics, hurricane matthew here. sustained winds, 115 miles an hour. that puts it as a category three. expectsed to maintain that west motion for the next day or so. and then it will take a hard right turn and move due north. this is jamaica right here. this is haiti. and this is cuba. and this is the bahamas. all of these islands, these areas will be susceptible to some major damage here. especially across cuba. and perhaps even into jamaica. with the direct hit. late they are weekend. and early next week. for us, cool and breezy out there. showers arriving from south to north. with the heavy rain late in the day. especially south of the mass. pike. showers and fog tonight. breezy. that wind coming off the ocean. f that is not changing. low to mid-50's. more of an ocean breeze tomorrow. a cool breeze. morning rain around. could taper to drizzle in the afternoon. you know, you catch a few
if you are going out over the weekend, you know, trying to figure out, hey, apple-picking, saturday, sunday. sunday afternoon, off better shot of getting some dry periods in there. as sunday, we don't see as much rain. still starting off the day with low-level moisture. some patches of drills. maybe a spot shower. overall, thinking saturday is the wetter of the two weekend days. spot shower still around on monday and tuesday. we will catch our dry hours in there. brightening the skies here by wednesday and thursday. >> christa: a world war ii veteran is he jups received his high school diploma. >> sarah: now he is talking about why the degree means so much to him. 91-year-old charles was on the u.s.s. gillette the year he was supposed to graduate from merryville high school. he spent his senior year serving our country instead of walking across the stage. but tailed he can now call himself a high school graduate. >> we are here to honor. world war ii veterans.
world war ii veteran. he accepted the diploma surrounded by friends and family. >> i think this is wonderful. this means a whole lot to me. >> it's been decades since he left school. it wasn't something he was pursuing. i wanted to pursue it. because he has earned it. and he served our country. >> sarah: he served in the u.s. navy from 194 to '65. during world war ii and served during the korean war. after serving admirably, he went to work, never getting his high school diploma. >> it really impacts their life. that is the reason i do it. i want to do something nice for one of our veterans. i know it made his day. it made my day. >> this diploma means
would have gotten it. i appreciate it. and everybody that was involved in it. >> sarah: 71 years to get his diploma. he says it was worth the wait. >> christa: my dad and i got our college degrees the same year. yeah. >> sarah: that is so cool. >> christa: good things come to those who wait. coming up, the jewish new year a few days away. we are trying out.
joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a
gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead. then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. sk. narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the
kelly: you know me. not from thousands of false, negative ads- but as your first female attorney general- appointed
by republican and democratic governors. as your senator, i'm 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. false, negative ads, i'm still the kelly ayotte you know- and i'm still fighting for you. >> christa: rosh hashanah starts sunday night. >> sarah: we have a recipe for you. it is challah-good in what's cooking.
starting sunday night. that is when the jewish new year, rosh rork,... rosh hashanah, begins. they are getting ready. >> rosh hashanah literally translates to the head of the year. >> sarah: they will be welcoming year 5,7777. each year, the foods are always sweet and abundant. like chala, a holiday bread. round challah. the cycle of life, the circle of the year. >> sarah: so let's get cooking. >> we put in two teaspoons of yeast. a cup of warm water. >> sarah: let it sit for 15 minutes. then add honey, vegetable oil, and egg and kosher salt. >> give that a quick mix. we can start with our flour.
>> this could use a little more flour. here we go: nothing like freshly baked challah. the smell in your house. we have our risen dough. we take it and roll it out. and we roll it out into a nice long snake. and then into our challah, lots of yummy raisins. for a sweet new year. we are going to just roll it and round and rou tuck the bottom underneath. here we have a beautiful challah. >> sarah: let it rise for another 40 minutes. give it an egg-wash and coat with sugar crumb topping. bake at 375 for 45 minutes. you are ready for the new year. happy rosh hashanah. >> that is one giant piece of challah right there. >> christa: oh, that looks amazing.
comet has successfully ended its 12-year trip into space. after smoothly belly-flopping. they are calling it. on to the comet. the signals failed early this morning but then sent back one last batch of data and images. the spacecraft's crash-landing will provide them with a gold mine of data about the comet and outer space. >> sarah: the royal family having some royal fun up north. the duke and duchess of cambridge attending a children's party for local milita prince george and princess charlotte had a great time playing with balloons, bubbles, and checking out pinture horses. so cute. >> christa: so pandas are naturally sleepy. this is in southwest china. he is doing sit-ups. and visitors actually, you know, they count the reps for this panda. >> sarah: the side crunch. >> christa: they have quite
you haven't been to the gym in a week. now off workout partner. >> sarah: i know. right? maybe i can keep up with him, chris >> chris: i saw him yawning. not in a rush to do too many reps all at once. cute, right? we have rain to the south of us. that will be working on in, trying to get a workout in outdoors over the weekend. we will be battling some wet wie. showers arrive south of the mass. pike. between 1:00 and k p.m. from south to north. mostly after 3:00 p.m., north of the pike. wet weekend. sa two weekend days. on sunday, some patches of drizzle around in the morning. could get some dry hours in there in the afternoon. cool on-shore breeze continuing into early next week. >> sarah: all right. have an awesome weekend. i'm sarah french. >> christa: i'm christa >> christa: i'm christa delcamp.my prescription costs keep 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.
>> orpheus: now i realize christmas is still a few months away, but i must confess i've never been a patient man. so, with the help of my associates, i've managed to put together what we might call a wish list. $20 million will be transferred into an untraceable offshore account of our choosing. you with the routing and the account numbers. when we have received confirmation of the transfer and we are safely out of the country, then, and only then, will we reveal the whereabouts of the hostages. but i warn you, if our demands are not met chaos and terror will continue