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>> breaking news. a major announcement by house speaker paul ryan. a short time ago, the g.o.p. leader saying he will no longer defend donald trump. instead, he will focus on keeping the majority in the house. >> big development this noon. after what's being called one of the nastiest presidential emily schmidt is live from st. louis now with the very latest. emily, good afternoon. >> reporter: there is a new and very key take-away from last night's debate. and that is that both parties appear to be shifting their focus to look down-ballot. democrats say they are going to try to intred out some of their campaign spending. hoping to pick up more critical senate seats. the republican side, house speaker paul ryan said today,
trump. he will not campaign with him. wants to spend the next 29 days before the election. working to keep the house in republican control. he told voters... members, we are told, do what you can to protect your district. do what is best for you. this is a shifting political landscape less than a month to go before the general election. there was no handshake between donald trump and hillary clinton sunday night that icy start set the tone for another contentious debate. discussion turned quickly to recent lip-released video of trump making lewd and sexually aggressive comments about women. >> certainly, i'm not proud of it. but that was something that happened. >> i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. report tt candidates sparred on topics from foreign policy to personal temperament and there were surprises. like the moment trump knocked
issue of syria. >> he and i haven't spoken. i disagree. >> you disagree with your running mate? >> reporter: mike pence who confirmed that he is not dropping the ticket, blamed the moderator. >> frankly, i have a lot of respect for martha. she misrepresented the statement that i made. >> reporter: clinton said the debate went as anticipated. >> i pretty much saw what i expected to see. he is not fit to be president and commander in chief. format allowed voters to pose questions. >> would either of you name one positive thing that you respect in one another? (cheers and applause) >> reporter: clinton said she respected trump's kids. trump said he respected the that clinton was a firgt. finally, they shook hands. early indications are that viewership for the second debate was down about 20% from the first debate. could have been because of sunday night football.
hurricane matthew. or as one tv executive says, potentially, because of the tone of this campaign. reporting live in st. louis, missouri, now back to you. >> all right, emily. thank you. speaker ryan made the announcement during a conference call with house republicans this morning. he said he won't defend trump or campaign with him during the next 30 days. instead he will focus all of his energy on g.o.p. congressional candidates and keeping the party's major words, hillary clinton getting a blank check with the democratic-controlled congress. political insiders saying he is basically conceding the race to clinton. ryan has not pulled his endorsement of trump, however. many other republicans have renounced the g.o.p. nominee after video surfaced friday of him making vulgar comments about women. >> before speaker ryan's big announcement this morning, representatives from both sides, again, say they were pleased with last night's debate. the heads of each campaign
>> i think it was a good night for democracy in this way. they have a contrast. they really have a choice in two candidates this year. >> donald trump gets to talk about whatever he wants. that is his right. we are going to keep talking about the issues and the things that make a difference to voters. >> reporter: as far as who won and who lost. the cnn poll has clinton the clear winner with 57%. to trump's 34%. however, clinton a smaller victory. 47% to donald trump's 42%. >> we are following breaking news. police release the photos of two suspects arrested in connection with a deadly home invasion in orange. police have been searching for them in connection to that crime. and they were arrested over the weekend in virginia. two people now under arrest for the violent crimes that happened inside this home in orange. october 5, the northwestern district attorney says
his wife, a 77-year-old joanna fisher stabbed and left grievously injured. fisher's son spoke with 7 news last week and had this to say about the suspects who carried out the attack on the elderly couple. >> they are obviously cowards. and i can't wait to meet them. >> authorities here will now work to bring the suspects back to massachusetts from virginia. 23-year-old joshua hart and 27-year-old britney smith both from athol were arrested yesterday. also found in virginia, the stolen from the couple's home in orange. people who knew the couple struggling to understand why. hardy climbed mountains into his 90's. his wife was in a wheelchair and needed assistance. both beloved by neighbors and family. and the two suspects are being held without bail right now. >> another story we are following today: police are searching for the person who shot a child in roxbury on
this nine-year-old girl was on a playground while her family was celebrating nearby. we are live with the very latest on this investigation. also, that child's condition. >> yeah, kris. police say this was a senseless shooting. they say they are going to do everything in their power to find the person who is responsible. she was shot right here at this playground. as you said, thankfully, she is expected to recover. a shooting of a nine-year-old girl has left neighbors shaken. >> shot guns. you know, like, like, boom, boom. gunshots. boom, boom, boom. like, five of them. which is sad. we are supposed to be living in a good area. >> the girl caught in the cross-fire after being hit by a stray bullet. this happened early sunday morning in roxbury. police say there was some sort of party going on in the adjacent parking lot. and the girl was playing on
into the crowd. officers responded and the girl was rushed to a local hospital for surgery. the crime scene is surrounded by apartments and police are hoping eyewitnesses will step forward and say what they saw. as police vow that they will catch whoever is responsible for hurting this young girl. >> they have no respect for little children. they are innocent. >> now, we do know that family in the hospital yesterday. but again, that the point, no arrests have been made in this shooting. if you have any information, give boston police a call. we are live in roxbury, 7 news. >> all right. 7 news now turning our focus to the forecast on this columbus day holiday. it is bright. it's beautiful. it is fall, though. we have to remember those temperatures. >> yeah. the sunshine coming with a bit of a chill today. let's get a check of the forecast with chris lambert >>
it. a breeze that has been strong and gusty, for sure. you take a look at rainfall totals. that was beneficial. you don't want on a sunday. especially all day. we needed the rain. from boston out through metro-west. that rainfall long gone. in its wake, all that sunshine. we still have a wind as well. because of the wind advisory, still extends across the cape and the islands. through this afternoon. currently, gusting about 30-40 miles an hour there. about 20-25 from boston out through worcester. a breezy day. not justs a downright windy day at times. temperatures running in the mid-50's right now. on our way close to 60. upper 50's to near 60 by midafternoon. we lose the wind tomorrow. rise it up a couple more degrees. a frosty night tonight. more ahead on those temperatures. >> all right, chris. thank you. the winners of the economics nobel prize have been announced. the prize goes to two local professors. from m.i.t. and harvard university. the two have shed light on how
studying the risks and incentives behind them. also on 7: crews battling a fire in bourne early this morning. it started at an apartment complex on sandwich road. you can see the flames coming from the roof of the building there. investigators say heavy winds caused flames to spread. dozens of people are now without a place to stay. >> happening today: samsung pulling the plug on the galaxy note 7. one of its flagship phones. the company made this announcement after at least five of those phones caught fire this week. have said they will stop selling replacement galaxy note 7's until the problem is permanently fixed. saying they have no way of knowing that the new phones are any safer than the originals. tom brady is back on the football field. and boy, he didn't miss a beat. did he? tb 12 shake off any rust that he may have had after his four-game suspension. leading the pats to their fourth win of the season and looking like he was in mid-season form. the patriots dominating the browns from the get-go in this
latest now from cleveland. >> brady. off-sides. and walking into the end zone is martellus bennett with a touchdown. >> tom brady's return went as many pats fans expected. the quarterback carved up the browns on sunday. new england won 3-13. >> i was trying to focus on what my job is and what i have to do. you know, it felt i got into it. >> reporter: brady is not worried about what happened in the past. >> there was no point in looking back at anything. you know, whether we won super bowls or lost championship games, or you know, the last four weeks, or you know, none of it matters. >> reporter: brady completed passes to 7 different players. >> got the wd-40 out. you know what i'm saying?
he did well today. >> reporter: many pats fans filled the stadium to see brady's return. team mates appreciated the support. >> it was pretty awesome. so you know, you look in the crowd. you know, there is a lot of blue and red out there. it was really something to see. report tt pats loved having number 12 back on the field. >> you play with a guy for a long time. you know, you develop a friendship. and you know, you get excited for guys that haven't been around for long. it was definitely an exciting game. >> i want to do the best job i can for the city. you know, for all of new england. you know, for my teammates. for my family. >> reporter: so with that, i guess you could say the rest of the league has been put on notice. tom brady is not rusty. he is back. in cleveland, 7 news. >> anchor: the play-off push still alive for the red sox. rain kept the team from plague game flee on sunday at fenway park. soer fa, it looks like today's
>> kris: extra day to rest for clay buchholz. he is on the mound tonight. with the sox facing the 0-2 deficit, it is do or die. victoria warren has more. >> reporter: a soggy fenway park, rain postponing a do or die game three for the red sox. >> just come ready to play the game. unfortunately, we couldn't play because of the rain. >> reporter: the alds game three is now tonight at fenway park. players say the extra day of rest can only mean good things for the team. gives them over the indians is that they got to spend the day relaxing at home with their families rather than in a hotel. >> all our guys get to hang out with their family. another day to relax. like i said, watch some football. take their mind off of it a little bit. when we come back, we will be ready to play tomorrow. >> reporter: the sox go into the game down 0-2 in a best of five series. manager john farrell says the starting pitcher clay buchholz is at his best when he is not fatigued.
>> i think everyone in our uniform, everybody in our organization would agree, a game on the line, the guy at the plate, david ortiz... we are looking forward to that being the case tomorrow. >> reporter: john farrell says his focus is on tonight's game. at 6:08 at fenway. but he says he does know that to win this series, his team has to win the next three games in a row. the final game wednesday in cleveland. from fenway park, victoria >> anchor: coming up, investigators in new york trying to figure out what caused a train to derail on long island. >> kris: the man who opened fire on officers in california is now behind bars. what we are learning about his past. >> chris: sunshine back with us. we expect a lot of sunshine through the 7-day forecast. we will take a look at the
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>> anchor: all right. a holiday monday. columbus day. a live look outside. the sun there shining. it is warming things up a little bit, chris. a really chilly start to the day. >> chris: what the sun is giving us, the wind is taking away, kris. we will get close to 60 this afternoon. we were close to 60 in terms of-mile-per-hour with the wind speeds yesterday from nantucket over to the vineyard. rockport had a gust of 51. barnstable, at 47. we had the rain. we had the wind. in some cases, close to three inches of rain. north weymouth a picking up just shy of four. boston, wellesley, a lot of metro-west, between one and two inches of rain. many towns closer to that, too. in boston itself, 1.48 inches of rain. the wettest day we have had since september 30 of last year. it has been a while since we got a good soaking in the city. certainly, had one yesterday. the rain north and east of us. in its wake. back to the sunshine. and the sunshine is going to last. this isn't, like, hey, we have two inches of rain.
going forward of unsettled weather. nope. we are back to the dry air over the next 7 days. for the most part. aside from maybe a passing shower late thursday or thursday night. 's coming. mid-50's. near 50 in worcester. the rest of us close to 60. winds gusty at times. 20-30 miles per hour. stronger gufss across the cape. at times, over 40 miles an hour. a wind advisory for gusts upwards of 50. 50 maybe be pushing it. we will see aot gusts at times across the cape. with the wind advisory. these winds do slacken overnight tonight. we are not dealing with the windy long-range forecast here. we are going to have the wind today. calm down tonight. and very light winds tomorrow and even into wednesday. i don't expect much of a breeze. though it does favor on-shore breezes along the coastline. we will keep it coolest at the coastline on tuesday and wednesday. looks like i'm showing you the blank map here. this is the forecast model. not much in the way of clouds and rain.
that, i think, will be the case here as we go through not only mid to late week. but even into next weekend. with the only chance of maybe a passing shower late thursday or thursday night. but even at that, we are not talking about one or two inches of rain like we just saw. a couple of towns with passing shower quick. easy for me to say. right? all right. 54-60 today. mostly sunny skies. gusty winds. no rain out at fenway park tonight. a little bit on the cool side. keep that in mind. temperatures are going to go upper 40's at fenway park by the end of the game. lows overnight tonight, 45 in boston. but 0's in a lot of suburbs. there is a frost advisory west of the coastline. for low to mid-0's tonight. for overnight lows. nice bounceback tomorrow, though. temperatures back in the 60's. kris still ahead, help in haiti. the first batch of food delivered via helicopter as that nation tries to recover from hurricane matthew. >> anchor: a deadly held-on collision in vermont.
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more than 800 people in haiti died as a result of that storm. matthew is now being blamed for at least 19 deaths here in the united states. with the damage stretching across five different states. north carolina, in particular. has been ravaged by floodwaters. >> and that flooding could continue to move inland for another week or more. >> reporter: after a weekend of daring water rescues from the rooftops of homes and cars, men, women, pulled to safety by the thousands. seems matthew saved its devastating and deadliest punch for the end in the u.s. killing some 20 americans, nearly half of those in north carolina. >> it was horrible. >> reporter: deborah narrowly escaped the rising floodwaters. >> we just took everything we could grab. and left. >> reporter: her neighbors were rescued on top of their home. the storm surge swamped ocean-side communities in
but over the weekend, matthew was strong enough to waterlog homes a hundred miles inland. up to a million are still without power. many are still under mandatory evacuations. >> we were going to be here for, like, another two weeks or so. >> reporter: with the massive clean-up now under way, the damage in four states could top $6 billion. but the threat isn't over. some swollen rivers could still rise 17 feet above flood stage. matthew but for some, it is still a slow-motion disaster. during the height of the storm, we are told a woman clung to a tree for three hours in this area before she was rescued. today police are still looking for the missing and they are keeping a close eye on local dams and rivers that could topple. nbc news, back to you. kris coming up at noon,
>> anchor: it was one for the record books at a college in michigan. more than one thousand couples joining forces and proclaiming theimm >> kris: when they managed to set a world record in the process. >> i pronounce that you are married again, under the eyes of the law. >> kris: one by one, hundreds of couples gathered on western michigan's university campus. each couple celebrating a different number of years of wedded bliss. >> we were married 25 years. they were married one year. >> kris: all sharing one goal to. break the world record for the most vow renewals made in one
cool to do it with our parents. >> kris: the event brought people from around the state, the country, and in one case, from around the world. >> a great day to have so many couples together to celebrate their love, celebrate their connection to western, to be together. >> kris: all at once, they said "i do." >> when the mayor read this, it was an emotional mt tears in my eyes. it would be great to be able to do that again. >> kris: miami university hold it is record. it was set in 2009. but records are meant to be broken. it looks like wmu beat. that their count, 1rx 201 couples. a lot of happy people there. guinness world record judge was on hand for this special event. you may see it soon in the
>> anchor: that is pretty cool. i wonder how it gets started. >> kris: social media had a big role in that. >> anchor: much more coming up on 7 news. including what tom brady's daughter was doing during his return to the field. >> chris: gusty winds and sunshine in the forecast this afternoon. how long that breeze lasts ahead. >> kris: police are still investigating in roxbury after a nine-year-old girl was shot in the back. we will have the very latest on her condition. >> anchor: ryan saying he will no longer defend or campaign for donald trump. we have the details after the break. interviewer: what would you do with five minutes to kill and a smartphone? man: check the scores. woman 1 : uh, probably post a pic. woman 2: text a friend. interviewer: how about register to vote? man: really? galvin: you can. five minutes online and a massachusetts driver's license is all it takes to register so you can vote for our next president. go to register to vote m-a dot com. it's that easy.
the race for the white house. another prominent republican turning his back on donald trump. house speaker paul ryan announcing he will no longer defend or campaign with trump any more before the election. he says he wants to focus all of his energy on making sure hillary clinton "does not get a blank check" with the democrat-controlled congress. making sure the g.o.p. keeps their house majority. ryan made the announcement a short time ago in the wake of what some are calling the nastiest presidential debate ever. >> kris: both candidates came out swinging t. trading shots through the full 90 minutes of the town hall-style format. dan hausle has more now from st. louis. >> reporter: the debate started on a chilly note. with the two candidates walking out but refusing to share hands. the first question turning to trump's just-leaked crass comments about women. >> yes. i'm very embarrassed by it. i hate it. but it is locker room talk. and it's one of those things. >> reporter: hillary wasn't having it. >> he has said that the video
but i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. >> reporter: with bill clinton looking on, trump made good on threats to turn the tables, bringing up the former president's past. >> you can say any you want to say it. but bill clinton was abusive to women. hillary clinton attacked those same women. >> when i hear something like that, i'm reminded of what my friend michelle obama advised us all. when they go low, you go high. report tt candidates also sparred on hillary clinton's e-mail problems. >> i hate to say it, but if i win, i am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation. because there has never been so many lies. >> it is just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> yeah.
>> reporter: they did find time to get to the issues. like immigration, taxes, and rising health care costs. >> i want very much to save what works and is good about the affordable care act. we have to get cost down. >> we have to repeal it and replace it with something absolutely much less expensive. and something that works. >> reporter: at one point, trump said he disagreed with mike pence on how to handle russia's role in syria. >> hend and i disagree. >> reporter: in the end, the candidates were asked what they liked about each other. >> his children are incredibly able and devoted. and i think that says a lot about donald. >> she does fight hard. and she doesn't quit. she doesn't give up. i consider that to be a very good trait. >> reporter: in the end, trump and clinton did shake hands. so it is on to las vegas for debate number three. before that, more campaigning. trump in pennsylvania today.
campaigning in michigan and ohio. we are in st. louis, dan hausle, 7 news. >> kris: meanwhile, governor mike pence reportedly canceling his plan plan to visit new jersey today. he was supposed to be at a fund-raiser hosted by a republican organization. after the debate, pence took to twitter congratulating donald trump "proud to stand with you as we maker donald trump has several events scheduled in pennsylvania today. hillary clinton is busy campaigning in michigan and ohio. >> anchor: also today, a today show host is off the job for his role in donald trump's vulgar video. billy bush has been suspended for the comments he made with donald trump more than a decade ago. nbc is not sure if bush will ever return. >> kris: also, police in roxbury still searching for a suspect after a nine-year-old
that is the good news here. it obviously has shaken the neighborhood. >> reporter: shooting of a nine-year-old girl has left neighbors shaken. >> shot guns. you know, like, like, boom, boom. gunshots. boom, boom, boom. like, five of them. which is sad because we are supposed to be living in a good area. >> reporter: the girl caught in the cross fire after being hit by a stray bullel. morning in roxbury. police say there was some sort of party going on in the adjacent parking lot. and the girl was playing on this playground when at some point, a suspect begins firing into the crowd. officers responded and the girl was rushed to a local hospital for surgery. the crime scene is surrounded by apartments and police are hoping eyewitnesses will step forward and say what they saw. as police vow they will catch whoever is responsible for hurting this young girl.
little children. they are innocent. like you say, they are innocent. >> reporter: we know that mayor marty walsh did visit the family in the hospital yesterday. again, at this point, no arrests have been made in this shooting. if you have any information, give boston police a call. in roxbury, 7 news. >> anchor: okay. now to the columbus day forecast. this is a live look outside. after a day of steady rain, the sun is back today. >> chris: beautiful skyline shot there. you can't see the breeze in the picture. it is gusty at times. gusting near 30 miles an hour in boston. sustained at 17. temperature at 54. mid-50's up and down the area. a little bit cooler out through worcester hills. as well as cape cod really. seeing the effects of the wind pushing in. still gusting 30-40 miles an hour there. rain well off to the north and east of us. sunshine building in. that is not going to change here over the next several days. in fact, much of the next 7 days in the forecast will be
upper 50's today. cold night overnight tonight. frost advisory. if not a freeze watch in effect for many folks away from the coastline. but it is a quick warm-up by the time we get into tomorrow afternoon. pushing in the mid-60's away from the immediate coast. near 60 at the coast. the 7-day ahead. >> anchor: all right, thank you. we are covering more news today. lawyers for the plainville woman accused of urging her friend to commit suicide say her statements to police should not be used during her trial. a hearing has been michelle carter is accuseled of manslaughter. prosecutors say she sent text messages to conrad roy telling him to kill himself before he committed suicide back in 2014. cambridge police investigating a death at an m.i.t. frat house. officers were called to the phi kappa theta fraternity on sunday morning. they found a man dead. investigators believe the victim died from an overdose. and there was no foul play. >> kris: heartbreaking story
a highway accident when a man driving the wrong way slammed right into their vehicle. the deadly drive didn't end there. detectives say the man then stole a police cruiser and continued his dangerous drive. >> reporter: charred and mangled metal, all that's left of a vermont police cruiser. five teens were killed. several more injured in this crash. >> this is extremely unusual. to have this many fatalities in one crash. >> reporter: police say this man was dring lane on an interstate when he hit another car. an officer found the car engulfed in flames. that is when police say he stole the cruiser and sped away with the lights still flashing. after running into police, he turned around, headed back toward the initial scene and hit 7 more vehicles before being taken into custody. >>. >> this is difficult for not only the members on the scene, the rescue personnel that responded. fire personnel.
this after the fact. >> kris: tonight there will be a candlelight vigil in harwood, vermont where the five teens attended high school. >> anchor: following a train derailment in new york. the national transportation safety board is investigating an incident that left dozens injured on long island. officials say the commuter train came off the track saturday night after partially colliding with a maintenance train. 33 people were injured. everyone is expected to recover. in flipped in san francisco. 30 people were sent into the water when the boat tipped over on saturday. rescuers were able to successfully save everyone from the frigid water. a little boy was in critical condition and is now expected to be okay. right now crews are searching for that boat. two police officers in palm springs, california shot and killed when they responded to a domestic disturbance this past weekend. the suspect is now facing charges.
hours-long standoff. >> kris: now that heart-broken community is coming together to remember those officers who were killed in the line of duty. solemn but beautiful. the fragrance of flowers overwhelming at a memorial outside the palm springs, california police department. members of law enforcement, family members of the slain officers and hundreds of civilians joining forces at a vigil. where family of officer vega took to the podium. >> i know he loved his job. it's so sad that somebody could take his life the way they did. >> kris: there were lots of tears. but some laughter, too. >> he told me, "you have the right to remain silent. anything you say will be held against you in court." >> kris: the community has come together.
community, i think. as a whole community, the city government, the police department, the administration, they are all just sad. and it's broken. it is going to have to take a while to get fixed. we will get over it. we will move on. >> kris: candles were lit in honor, underneath the halo of light that appeared above. that suspect would be eligible for the death penalty, prosecutors s court late they are week. >> anchor: ahead at noon, people in rhode island coming together in an effort to help haiti after the destruction of hurricane matthew. >> chris: plenty
of rain across the area yesterday. hardly any rain over the next 7 days. we will take a look at the
good stakes in the ground. there may be a 16-foot grim reaper floating over your house with the breeze. nantucket picking up close to four inches of rain yesterday. north weymouth at three. wellesley, close to two. boston, close to two as well. does it put a big dent into the drought? not really. does it help? is it beneficial? yes. we went from 11 inches behind this year to about nine in boston. although when you start looking in the forecast ahead, i don't think we will add boston and worcester through the next 7 days. the extreme drought, not sure how much this will change as we go through the week overall. you need to get into the pattern where you are getting one of these events every week to make up some ground and keep making up ground. mid-50's across much of the area right now. including boston out to reading, lowell, lerxingen to. a lot of 54's and 55's. a little bit cooler out
up 40er's to low 50's there. sturbridge coming in at 55 degrees. a couple of degrees warmer from taunton to west bridgewater. between 56-58. mid-50's across the cape and the islands right now. although it doesn't feel that mild out there with the wind gusting. 30-40 miles an hour across the cape and the islands. for the rest of us, seeing a few gusts. upwards of 20-30. all of rain we had yesterday, well off to the east of us. high pressure building in. as it settles in, finally, the winds will relax i don't expect much wind tomorrow and again on wednesday. fx light on-shore breezes. holding coastal temperatures down a few degrees. compared to inland communities. not a huge change, though. near 60's at the coast. mid-60's inland. this front will slide on through. and provide fus an isolated shower late thursday or thursday night. i don't expect a lot of rain out of it. that will be starved for moisture. you note this on the bottom of the screen here. that will be the next
work its way off to the north and to the west. and then curve to the northeast. we are hue da has to have a heads-up with this one several days down the line. they may be close to land-fall. this is not going to be an issue for the united states. you can see the course there. well away from the east coast of the u.s. 54660 today. gusty wind. mostly sunny skies. a little breeze still at fenway park. right around first pitch. i think that b and then once we get into the clear skies tonight and the diminishing wind, the numbers fall off and fall off fast. the suburbs down to low to mid-0's. frost advisory, fairly extensive away from the coastline and west of the city of boston. then you get back through worcester county, a freeze watch in effect. temperatures will be close to 32. if not below it. sunshine. seasonable tomorrow. 60-65 degrees. leaves peaking across central and northern new england.
the 7-day forecast features a lot of dry weather in southern new england. >> kris: some people in rhode island are coming together to help their loved ones who are devastated in haiti. the haitian baptist church in cranston says some people still haven't heard from their family members yet. and other family members are among the tens of thousands left without a home. >> the haitian community is present in rhode island. and everywhere else. >> kris: the church was already supporting orphans in haiti before the hurricane. they provide food, shelter, all through a nonprofit that they started. an annual tradition in one arkansas town is causing some controversy now. we will tell you what it's all we will tell you what it's all about when we come back. in new hampshire,
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>> anchor: every year during the turkey trot parade, someone flies overhead and drops live turkeys from the plane. but this year, some people are not too happy with the annual tradition. >> kris: you heard it right. they would like to see this tradition to come to an end. in a little town where there is little action, there is always that one thing everyone looks forward to. >> people hugging each other they ain't seen since last turkey trot. >> crowds line the square once a year for the 71st annual turkey trot parade. but it is not the parade causing a controversy this year. >> i believe it is inhumane. >> turkey lives matter. that is showing that we are not barbaric people.
>> kris: every year, a pilot flies over the festival and drops live turkeys from a plane. >> people go and chase after them. >> kris: not one, not two but four were dropped on saturday. >> between the power lines and landing in the trees and the traffic around here, i have noticed a lot of birds are just being killed. >> people think they crash to the ground and we are just murdering turkeys. >> kris: the turkeys are considered pets, not wild animals. >> everybody is different. everybody has their own opinions. some people want to live one way. other people want to live another. >> kris: the turkey trot continues drawing people from across the state. some are selling t-shirts to commemorate that event. >> anchor: okay. up next on 7 news, taking boston by storm. homer and the rest of the simpsons gang making a special trip to the hub.
kelly ayotte: let's be honest - both donald trump and hillary clinton are far from perfect... and i'm not perfect either. but when partisan politicians shut down the government, i led the fight to reopen it. i've worked to find solutions to new hampshire's heroin epidemic. and i've crossed the aisle to protect new hampshire's clean air and clean water. i've been called a problem solver by independent groups, and ranked as one of the most bipartisan senators. i'm kelly ayotte - and i approve this message, because whether i'm working with republicans, democrats, or independents, i'm standing up for new hampshire. >> anchor: okay. have you heard? tom brady is back. brady's daughter vivian. gisele posted this photo on instagram. vivian and a friend watching the pats-browns game. the girls were excited when number 12 was on the screen. you will notice the girls were dressed like elsa from frozen, too. very cute.
>> anchor: another pats win means another customized headline has been poersed on brady's facebook page. pats rock out in cleveland. of course, cleveland is the home to the rock and roll hall of fame. the fake newspaper includes a picture of legarrette blount, rob anyone co. vich... anyone covich and julian edelman. ryan lochte now off the market. the olympic swimmer is ga he posted a picture. he captioned it "memories forever." >> kris: hay look happy. congratulations to them. the simpsons gave people an inside funny look at bean-town. >> the bobbleheads!
learned all the different aspects of the city through the episode. including the boston accent. the sports teams. and of course, the gourmet clam chowder. >> anchor: a little built of a delay there with the accent. >> chris: you know what? it goes by quick. you have to pay attention. just hearing rachel, that brings back the saturday night live stuff. cool tonight. a lot of suburbs down in the low to mid-30's. frosty start tomorrow. nice in the afternoon, though. temps in the mid-60's. that will do it for 7 news at noon. >> kris: thanks for joining
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. ayotte:
i certainly think that roe should be overturned... 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:
>> deimos: here you go. >> nicole: oh, my god. they found joey johnson. >> deimos: really? >> nicole: alive. he's finally free. steve and kayla must be so relieved. >> deimos: and what about the nut jobs who took him? >> nicole: kidnappers are still at large, it says. >> nicole: i just... keep thinking about my talk with marlenaar brings back such bad memories. the fact that xander's still out there, ready to make his next move... makes me a little more than nervous. >> deimos: without a hostage to worry about, i'm sure the police can start turning up the heat, catch them that much sooner. all right? >> nicole: i hope you're right. >> deimos: in the meantime, you're here where there's power,