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from that tape of donald trump talking crudely about women. hillary clinton with a major lead this morning. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> kris: it's 5:00. it's tuesday morning. thanks for waking up with us. i'm kris anderson in for sarah. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. it's cold out there. it doesn't feel as cold as yesterday. >> kris: did you leave the knit hat at home? >> christa: actually, no. i'm officially a wimp. >> chris: if you w yesterday morning, you have to bring it back out this morning. it's not as windy as boston. yesterday morning at this time we were 45 with a gusty wind in boston. we're 44 now with light winds. that makes all the difference in the world. it also makes all the difference in terms of how fast you can fall at night. clear skies with little to no wind. we start in the upper 20s and lower 30s. frosty start. light winds outside. temperatures reasoning low to
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temperature-wise. close to 60 at the coastline. should be about 64 to 65 inland. another nice afternoon ahead of us, and a lot of dry weather as well as the seven-day first coming up. >> kris: it's time now for fast track traffic early. back to work. anyone getting that early jump, danielle? >> danielle: not too many people. it's still quiet out there. probably traffic going to pick up at the 6:00 hour. for now things working good, route 19 no problem. braintree to boston northbound on the south of town, a lot of green on route 3, 24 and 95. problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike this morning. route 2 and 3 looking good. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. ten minutes braintree to boston, 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, just 11 minutes. both the "t" and commuter rail expected to start the morning on schedule. back to you, guys.
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a fenway farewell for big papi. david ortiz playing his final game in boston. big papi's iconic career comes to an end in from the of hometown fans who have been cheering for him for 14 seasons. >> christa: what an emotional sendoff. he was fighting back tears. fans stayed long past that final out. let's go to 7's nicole oliverio outside fenway with more. nicole? >> nicole: christa, the fans were chanting, "we're in the leaving." they stood for more than ten minutes waiting for ortiz he even said being out on the mound for the last time, he could feel all of those emotions come flooding in. a final curtain call for number 34. an indian sweep not only meant the end of the sox season, but it's the last time david ortiz will appear in as be uniform. >> i realize that it was over. it was the last time as a player walking in from the of the
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>> nicole: even though the game was over, fans refused to leave, chanting for ortiz for about 13 minutes before he came out to make one final appearance. >> i definitely always want to show love to the fans. i start thinking, i have my mental once i walk to the mound, that moment that hits you that you know you're not going to be performing on the biggest stage in the world. >> nicole: ortiz not happy about the loss but proud of what his team accomplished in the final season. >> it's something that kind going to lie to you. like i say, i tried to curb my emotions the most i can, but that last second, i couldn't hold it no more. >> nicole: fans say they're just glad they could be at fenway to pay tribute the big papi one last time. >> it's so electric, especially when he got on first base and hyping everybody up, it was definitely worth every penny to be here. it was amazing to be here, as sad as it is to see him go.
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>> nicole: fans were hoping the final farewell would come a little bit later in october. coming up at 5:30, you'll hear from sox teammates about ortiz's final game. that's the latest live from fenway, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: 5:04. families are on edge after a rapist who targeted several boys in the 1980s is released from prison early. he's now living in their neighborhood. in weymouth we have are worried for their kids, vicki. >> victoria: they're very worried, christa. he moved back into this neighborhood to live with his parents last week. signs went up in the neighborhood letting people know that this was going on. still, for some, the fear is tremendous. a family neighborhood on edge in weymouth. >> it's shocking. it's hard with his youngest victim was six. my six-year-old is here. >> victoria: kathleen crowley
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learning richard gardner, a child rapist, proved into the neighborhood. he has 11 counts of kidnapping, breaking into someone's home, tying a kid the a tree, holding a knife to a child's neck. this is beyond terrifying for me. >> victoria: signs posted throughout the neighborhood. gardner is living with his parents. in the '80s he was convicted of several attacks on two boys in two states. in rhode island his sentence was 190 years but reduced after an appeal. in massaet after serving more than 30 years, he got out. >> i've been unable to sleep for the last two days because of this guy. it's just not right. >> victoria: neighbors taking steps to protect themselves and forcing themselves to have conversations with your kid. >> you're supposed to feel safe in your own home, and nobody feels safe. >> we knocked on this man's door and this was no answer.
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reported seeing him peering over a fence. another time the folks in his home called police because somebody had thrown something through their front window. live this morning in weymouth, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: a wrong-way driver on the mass pike in newton causing cars to swerve out of the way. police believe this 80-year-old driver got on the pike at exit west in the eastbound lane. they say he drove for about three miles before crashing. this happened yesterday around 3:30 in the afternoon. police believe the driver had a medical mastering similar in fact, you can see him being taken a away from the ambulance. a few cars crashed to get out of the way. luckily no one else was hurt. >> kris: happening today, two suspects are going to face a judge in virginia in connection with a deadly home invasion that happened in orange. police say that joshua hart and brittney smith killed 95-year-old thomas harty and
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his wife joanna, after breaking into their home. investigate, say hart and smith stole the victims' car and drove to virginia. we have learned the suspects were arrested outside of a wal-mart in lexington, virginia, where they were found inside of a u-haul truck. the victims' family is hoping the suspects will be put away. >> they got away with murder today. i hope they don't. this crime. >> christa: a presidential election countdown in 28 days, and some members of the republican party have disagreement over whether to stand behind donald trump. one senator says his mind is made up. >> i think i might in lindsey graham. he's an old friend of mine and a lot of people like him. >> christa: that's not the only fallout from the trump tape. a new poll out showing clinton
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developments. jen? >> jennifer: that poll showing an expanding lead for clinton was taken after the video of trump talking explicitly about women was leaked. both candidates are back on the campaign trail with just four weeks to go until election day. a day after the debate, donald trump on the attack. >> special prosecutor, here we come, right? >> trump back on the campaign trail after turning the debate enter a side show. hillary clinton also firing back. >> did anybody see that debate last night? >> jennifer: a significant portion of that debate focused on this tape from 11 years ago, billy bush, trump makingith- sexually explicit comments about women. beth men have since apologized, but one of the women mentioned on the tape, tv host nancy odell, says the comments are unacceptable. >> there is no room for object pication of women anyone for that matter, not even in the locker room. >> jennifer: trump tried to pivot from his comments on monday.
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things, we'll continue to talk about bill clinton and hillary clinton doing inappropriate things, there are so many of them. >> jennifer: but trump is now down 11 points in a new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll. the poll was taken after that video surfaced. house speaker paul ryan walked away from the top of the ticket, telling colleagues he won't defend trump and won't campaign for him. john mccain also pulling his support in a debate on monday night. >> i campaign than lose a war. >> jennifer: clinton's team believes trump's biggest mistake was not giving a strong enough apology. >> he just doubled down on his excuse that it's just locker room banter. >> jennifer: and house speaker ryan is facing some blowback from conservative lawmakers who continue to support trump. they say ryan is abandoning their nominee and handing the ticket to clinton. in the newsroom, jennifer eagan,
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>> kris: hillary clinton also facing a scandal this morning. newly leaked e-mails from clinton's inner circle showing they were worried about elizabeth warren. this is the latest coming from wikileaks. in it the e-mail appears to show that the democratic officials feel that warren would endorse burgoin -- bernie sanders for senators instead of clinton. warren did not endorse either candidate during primary season but has been a fierce supporter u.s. officials believe the russian government is responsible for this hack. and 7news is your political headquarters in this race for the white house. just download the 7news mobile or tablet apps to stay connected on the campaign trail. >> christa: new details now on that samsung galaxy note 7 with so many issues. samsung is now pulling the plug plug on the smartphone after more of these gadgets spontaneously catch fire. the company is officially suspending production of the galaxy note 7 now.
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both samsung and the consumer product safety commission are urging you, if you have this phone, turn it off immediately and bring it in for a refund. >> kris: happening later today yom kippur begins. it starts at sunset and will end tomorrow. the holiest day in the jewish calendar marks the day of atone. many people will fast for the full 26-hour period. >> christa: still ahead, lowell homeowners fighting back after some armed thieves break in. and tal national anthem protest dumb and disrespectful. >> christa: and he's known across the country, given white house accolades, but controversy forced gloucester's police chief to retire early. now he's telling his story to just one station this morning. ? keep on smiling with dunkin's delicious reese's peanut butter doughnut square. frosted with chocolate and filled with reese's peanut butter buttercream.
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hurricane matthew causing destruction in haiti. aid is just starting to reach that nation, but people there say it's not nearly enough, and chaotic scenes have caused trouble with the distribution of supplies. at least 900 people died in that storm. and matthew also causing flooding fears across the southeastern u.s. officials rescuing people from high water in north carolina. a breech left 1,500 people stranded in the town of lumberton. theev five different states. >> kris: it's tough. you see some of the people wading through that water, you don't know what's in it. looks dangerous. >> christa: absolutely. they say water does the most damage of anything else. chris, did we see the effects of that yesterday? >> chris: we did get the rain out of it on sunday. now that's over and done. with behind that departing system we had that gusty breeze. it's unreal how much flooding they're getting in north carolina. portions of i-95 had to be
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frosty start for us in the suburbs. wayland at 32. wellesley at 33 degrees. 32 in reading. so you kind of pick your town north and west, and many areas running into the low to mid-30s. some frost on the pumpkin this morning. not marply a hard freeze for a lot of us. there had been a few towns like fitchburg that have sustained under 32 for a couple hours here. taunton sub32. 31. west bridgewater at 36. west wareham at 4 and then with the wind coming in lightly off the water, but still off the water, it's notably milder across yarmouth over to chatham. temperatures run entering the mid-40s there. frost advisory until 9:00 a.m. away from the coastline. so many of the suburbs experiencing those temperatures close to the freezing mark. there is a freeze warning across a good chunk of worcester county, especially the northwestern half of it. that's until 9:00 a.m. for temperatures there running below 32 degrees. sun-filled skies today. yeah, we can do it again, twice
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warm us up. this go around, though, we don't have much wind to talk about. so it's going to be a lighter breeze out there. it will feel milder without the sunshine this afternoon. i don't have a whole lot of rain in the forecast. yes, there could be some patches of drizzle around on thursday morning and maybe a late-day, arly-evening shower. otherwise that's it. that's not going to amount to much. we're talking about less than one-tenth of an inch of water over the next seven days. so don't expect to get much rain. have some beneficial rain on sunday. it's not returning anyim here across new england. do have more of an east to southeasterly breeze giving us the low-level clouds to start off thursday morning. with the patchy drizzle and then this front coming on through late thursday, mainly thursday evening, will deliver an opportunity for a quick, isolated shower. and here are the rain totals. again, not much. many towns staying under one-tenth of an inch of rain. don't plan on much wet wealth here ahead in the seven-day forecast. how about nicole? tropical storm likely becoming
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bermuda later on this week. this gets kicked out to sea. we're in the dealing with it across the east coast. it stays well off shore. mostly sunny skies today. coolest at the coastline near 60. 65 inland. so a nice bounce-back in temperatures. partly cloudy tonight. not as cold as it was early this morning. so i think mid to upper 30s in the suburbs. low 50 in boston. there is that seven-day forecast. friday a bit of a breeze coming in out of the northwest. a gusty wind, but overall the weekend looking good with bridgette skies. guys? >> kris: a local town with chief concerns when the head of the gloucester police department was almost fired. he had been recognized across the country for his stance against drugs. >> christa: now he's calling it quits. 7's cheryl fiandaca sat down with the chief and talked to him about why. this is an interview you'll see on just one station this morning. >> cheryl: do you think you did anything wrong in. >> i don't think that i violated my contract or violated the trust of the people of gloucester at all.
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publicly for the first time about the city's investigation into his personal relationships with two women. last week the city's mayor fired him. >> i have determined that chief campanello should no longer be employed by the city of gloucester. >> cheryl: three days later... >> i'm taking this opportunity to announce my retirement. >> cheryl: the city agreed to let him retire. do you think you were treated fairly? >> it's been a very trying few >> cheryl: leonard campanello was put on paid leave while the city looked into allegations of misconduct. >> as a result of these complaints, the city began an investigation of all accusations. >> cheryl: during that investigation, campanello misled investigators about his city-issued cell phone and deleted evidence of text messages he exchanged with one of the women, but the city has changed that investigation, saying the initial investigation
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personal relationships but rather with with his alleged destruction of evidence. while the essex county district attorney's office says it's still reviewing the case, camp nell he's lawyer says his client did nothing criminal. >> we have in the been informed of anything going on with the district attorney. we have no knowledge of that. i would be surprised if there was any type of action taken by the district attorney's office. >> cheryl: last year campanello was thurst into the national spotlight after starting the angel initiative, a program that advocates over arrest for people struggling with addiction. gloucester police department became the first department in the country to adopt that policy and campanello was recognized at the white house. it's a cause campanello says he's still passionate about. >> i am going to continue to push very hard for reform and addiction recovery and how the system treats people with an addiction as a moral or ethical failing versus as a disease.
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he's always believed in not judging people and says he has nothing but respect for the members of the gloucester police. >> i think, like any place you work, there are people that i'm going to miss terrible and there are people that i'm not going to miss at all. and but overall the experience i had in gloucester, especially with the police department and the citizens of gloucester, was fantastic. >> cheryl: campanello's retirement is effective in january. until then he remains on administrative leave. in the control room, i'm cheryl fiandaca. >> kris: up next on 7news "today in new england," tom brady and julian edelman, best buds, teaming up for a new project off the field. >> christa: and san francisco's season extended another day. we'll have the highlights coming
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>> kris: some drama on the diamond. cubs still need one more win to advance to the national league championship series. san francisco beating chicago at home in game three. giants won with an r.b.i. single in the 13th inning. the game that ended around 2:30 a.m. our time. that's when we were getting up, right? chicago now leads the series 2-1. game four is tonight. well, tom brady and julian edelman finding another way to spend some time together off the field. they both appear in a new ad for >> i'm so bored. let's do something. >> no, i'm good. >> 632. ism he's bored. julian edelman obviously impatient. wants brady to do something with
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papi. teary-eyed david ortiz saluting the crowd at fenway following his final game. how red sox nation is honoring ortiz this morning. >> christa: and fighting back, armed thieves try to break enter a home in lowell, but they get quite a surprise from the people inside. >> kris: terminating his support. what arnold schwarzenegger is urging republicans to do weeks before the election. >> christa: this is 7news "today in new england." it's 5:30, tuesday after the long holiday weekend. thank you for joining us.
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>> kris: and i'm kris anderson. let's get a check of your weather forecast. you need to watch this. don't forget your jacket like i did yesterday. >> chris: a little frost on the pumpkin. if you forget your jacket walking out the door, mother nature will remind you really fast. low 30 in a lot of suburbs, 30 in norwood. 31 in bedford. 44 in boston. the high pressure controlling the board. that means clear skies and lighter winds. we're not dealing with the gusty wind we had yesterday. that's the saving grace here. with rather comfortable this afternoon with numbers warming up into the low to mid-60s. close to 60 in boston. 64, 65. should be fairly common across much of metro west and many of the southwestern suburbs and up through the merrimack valley. comfortable day ahead of us. not a whole will the of rain in the forecast. we'll talk more on the next seven days ahead. >> christa: fast track traffic time. danielle gersh is here with us. >> danielle: things still looking good if you're getting ready to head out the door. zakim bridge, leverett
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heading enter town on route 93 and route 1, all green. braintree to boston northbound on the expressway, just ten minutes. slowing down a little bit around the braintree split, but for the most part things looking good south of town. problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike. route 2 and 3 also no issues. let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. ten minutes braintree to boston, 12 minutes enter town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge bridge, only 11 minutes, so no delays on the road, the "t" and commuterai schedule. back to you, guys. >> christa: get a check of your top stories on this tuesday. parents in weymouth are expressing outrage after a convicted rapist is released from prison. 49-year-old richard gardner is living in his parents home after serving 27 years behind bars for kidnapping and having sex with underage boys. the level 3 sex offender will be on probation until the year 2043. concerned citizens have posted flyers across the neighborhood about gardner.
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officially over now. cleveland winning game three of the alds at fenway last night, 4-3 the final score. the indians sweeping the sox. it was also big papi's final game. he now heads into retirement after helping the sox win the world series three times. >> kris: as you can imagine, this morning you saw try bouts pouring in for big papi from former teammates to current players. everyone is honoring ortiz. nicoli man, nicole. >> nicole: absolutely, kris. just thinking back, christa mentioned three world series, he brought the city back after the marathon bombings. even former players and some rivals, as you mentioned during that final farewell, david ortiz coming back out. fans were chapghting, "we're in the leaving, we're in the leaving." it took 13 minutes before ortiz made his way to the mound.
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-- hat. you could even see some tears. congratulatory messages were pouring in on twitter overnight. pedro martinez writing, "well didn't, compadre, well done." alex record -- rodriguez write, "the best clutch hitter i ever played against. congrats on a great career." "thank you did on and off the feel. we'll always remember how tall you stood after the bombing. heart of a champion." boston mayor marty walsh wrote, "while the red sox season might be over, we'll always remember what david ortiz has done for our team and our city." and red sox catcher bryan holaday sharing this photo of his on the, "thank you for teaching me how to hit balls." that's from holiday's son. and holiday saying, "it was an
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banner that says thank you papi. obviously fans were hoping the season would last a little bit longer, but a lot of them, even though the sox lost, were happy to be at fenway for his final game. that's the latest live outside of fenway, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: nicole, thank you. also this morning, thousands of people attending a vigil for five teens killed in a crash up in vermont. police say that a wrong-way driver caused this crash. at the high school four of the victims attended school until thursday. friends of the victims still can if the believe they're gone. >> it's really tough to even think about it. i am still in shock. i still can't really wrap my head around it. >> christa: the driver who allegedly caused the crash is now in critical condition at the hospital. police say that he stole a police cruiser from the officer who was trying to help the victims. >> kris: officials are
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in fall river. district fire chief says the fire at an apartment building on wilkerson street may have been suspensionly set monday morning. no one was injured. crews say the same building was damaged by another fire just one week ago. a rhode island man is facing alarming allegations this morning. mass state police say that this 25-year-old assaulted three men at a group home in norton. investigators say the suspect punched at least one of the men in the face. the victims are all expected to be okay. >> christa: the massachusetts appeals court ruling that the reinstate six officers fired after positive drug test results. according to the "globe," the officers provided hair tests that the court ruled were not reliable enough to terminate employees without additional evidence. the six officers say they did not use cocaine. they tested positive for the drug, however, between 2001 and 2006. >> kris: happening today, thes be city council is holding a public hearing on how to protect parks and playgrounds from goose
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leave behind up to three pounds of droppings every day. wildlife experts will testify to see if they can figure out just how much it's going to cost to fix this problem. well, a heartfelt letter from albert einstein is up for auction in boston. r&r auction house is selling this letter that the physicist wrote to his son back in 1929. einstein wrote that he wanted to see his son and signed the letter at the bottom. experts say it could fetch more than $100,000. >> chris a danger us are home invasion in lowell. how a family inside put a stop to the armed thieves. >> kris: a not-so-clean getaway. kim kardashian's stolen jewelry already turning up. >> christa: you've heard don't go to bed angry. new research says don't exercise when you're mad either.
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they notice she was gone and called police. they found her four hours later. the wedding was delayed, but the couple was able to tie the november. >> christa: hundreds of fans lining up to see the boss in cambridge. bruce springsteen appearing at the harvard coop yesterday promoting his bestselling memoir "born to run." 1,000 lucky fans met the star. one woman got emotional talking about how his music her true tough times like super-storm sandy. >> i carried around a book about a snowstorm. i love it. landscaper forgiveness. it's so gorgeous. i'm like one of many. >> christa: in the balk springsteen talks about growing up to new jersey, his path to fame and how his hit songs were inspired. >> kris: how did you miss
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>> christa: i'm one of so many fans. that man is a poet for sure. ism. >> kris: definitely. we have a lot to get to this morning. everything you need the know and go is up next. why blowing off a little steam after a stressful day could be deadly? >> reporter: and we're live outside of fenway. the sock lose. the season is over. it's a final good-bye for david ortiz. >> christa: all right, nicole. and the surprising item that caused this huge house fire, and you might be using it right now. l be right back. ? keep on smiling with dunkin's delicious reese's peanut butter doughnut square. frosted with chocolate and filled with reese's peanut butter buttercream. taste the fave you crave today. america runs on dunkin'. we dance on the salsa team together, and it's like a lot of power in what we wear. when we're practicing if i don't feel good in what i'm wearing i don't look good. t.j.maxx has that variety. i can get a lot for my money. it's like "yay t.j.maxx!"
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america runs on dunkin'. . >> christa: bundle up. another chilly morning out there. the stillness right before the chaos of the day that comes. >> kris: back the work for a lot of people who had a three-day weekend. >> christa: dress in taillights on the highways. dress in layers this morning. so far in boston 44 degrees. that's good enough to give us the coolest start in the city since may 16th. the average low is 48. so it's not like we're talking about record cold, but it's a chilly start, enough for frost and pumpkins this morning across many interior locations as numbers run in the lower 30s. 31 in norwood. 31 in bedford and many suburbs close the freezing if not below it. that's where we have a forecast advisory until 9:00 a.m.
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purple. northwestern worcester county, points north and west. the other thing you note, the wind a lot lighter this morning compared to what we had yesterday morning, even across the cape or the breeze is closer to 10mph versus the gust of 40 yesterday morningen and they're dead calm in a lot of the suburbs, only 8mph in boston. clear skies prevailing over the next couple days. some patches of clouds overnight tonight and first thing tomorrow, but a better chance of seeing more clouds around on thursday. maybe a patch or two of drizzle in the morning. then this front will com that front will bring an isolated shower, very limited rain amounts and the high pressure building back in friday, saturday and sunday. so you get the picture here. we're not experiencing much rain over the next several days. in fact, over the next seven days, i think many towns pick up one-tenth of an inch or less of water. limited rain ahead. gusty breeze on friday. but then we do turn to the bright side and dry side over the weekend. still going to be bridgette on friday. the winds will be kicking up a bit. once again 60 to 65 this
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tonight not quite as cold. partly cloudy skies. 36 to 50. 30s in the suburbs. 50 in boston. tomorrow after a few clouds in the morning, becoming mostly sunny. mid-60s. so it's a mild day overall. and the colors are beginning to pop and peek across central and northern new england. if you're headed up there this weekend, the weather should work out across all of new england. i do expect dry weather to prevail over the weekend with temperatures running mid to upper 50s on saturday. a touch milder, closer to sunday. ism it's the start of the work week for a lot of people. let's get a check of traffic. good morning, danielle. >> danielle: it's the start of things slowing down out there, too. 13 minutes from braintree to boston northbound on the expressway. let's go to the maps. south of town, things slowing down, too. problem-free in and out of town on the pike this morning. route 2 and 3 still looking fine. 93 a little slow and go back the 495. and you're all green heading into town on route 1 this morning. take a look at those drive times
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northbound on the expressway. no delays into town on the pike from 128. just 12 minutes. and then 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, just 11 minutes. the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> kris: well, it was a late night at fenway after a tough loss for the sox, a final curtain call also for this man, david ortiz. big papi getting a fenway farewell after his final game. ortiz getting a little emotional when he had to say good-bye to the fans. tears clearly there. the fans were chanting, "we're not leaving." let's go to 7's nicole oliverio outside fenway. bittersweet night there, nicole. >> nicole: definitely was, christa. if those fans could have stayed there all night, they definitely would have. ortiz said his managers let them know they were still chanting for him. definitely bitter sweet. we've been seeing this farewell for the last week or so go into full effect, but it was when we went on the mound and gave the
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ortiz says his final plate appearance in the eighth inning, he walked. they put in a pinch runner. as he headed back to the bench, the crowd going wild for him. as you mentioned, after the team lost, they were chanting for 13 minutes, "we're not leaving." ortiz came out one more time, addressed the crowd, and he talked about how emotional it was for him, saying that playing in from the of fenway really obviously boston having the best fans and he said it's something him in that last moment. that's the latest live from fenway, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: right now police in lowell are searching for two suspects who are involved in a home invasion. officers have already arrested one of those suspects. police say this was a gun that one man used as he tried to force his way into a home early monday. there's the gun there. according to investigators, the other men were armed with a gun and crowbar. the homeowners woke up to the
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to hold the door shut. >> it's alarming. we all have children. scary. >> scary. i live right down the street from here. >> kris: the suspect, who is in custody, is expected to be arraigned later this morning. >> christa: and a manchester, new hampshire, person under arrest after allegedly robbing a bank. police say 35-year-old brian christofeld walked into the td bank in manchester on monday, handed the teller a note and demanded money. officers later arrested him in londonderry. >> kris:s be pole a man wanted in washington, d.c., for making threats at the airport. they say the 22-year-old first caused a disturbance at a jewelry store on washington street in boston, then a little later this same man was allegedly seen leaving a suspicious device on the steps of one ashburton place on beacon hill. it ended up being a pi of the quran. the suspect was ultimately arrested at a shelter on boylston street. >> christa: new this morning, new research showing people here in massachusetts are buckling up now more than ever before.
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drivers and front-seat passengers are wearing seat belts. still, that's far behind the marble average of 88%. >> kris: happening today, apple and samsung will be squaring off in front of the u.s. supreme court with the two sides arguing over how much samsung should pay for copying the iphone's design. samsung was found liable in a 2012 lawsuit, but the company says that it should not have to pay the full amount of the >> christa: and new this morning, u.s. supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg criticizing 49ers' quarterback colin kaepernick's decision not to stand during the national anthem. during an interview monday, the 83-year-old said refusing to stand for the national anthem is "dumb and disrespectful." kaepernick started the demonstration in august as a way to protest social injustus. other players have since joined in on that protest, as well. >> kris: well, a necklace
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in an unusual spot. a paris sidewalk. robbers took more than $10 million worth of jewelry from the reality star. that necklace was found near the scene of the crime and it is worth 3,000 -- $33,000. police are examining it for d.n.a. that could lead to the robbers. >> christa: and actor and former california governor arnold schwarzenegger saying he will not vote republican for the first time sin citizen. he encouraged others to choose their country over their political party. this comes after donald trump's scandal making lewd comments about women on board an access hollywood bus in 205. >> kris: checking news across the country, investigators believe a tv remote may be to blame for this massive house fire in iowa. the entire home was torched in just ten minutes on saturday. neighbors break into the home to save one of the family's dogs. they were not able to save the other dog, unfortunately. >> smoke was pouring out of the
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but mainly just black smoke pouring out of the house on the couch, which had a remote tucked down, you know how you lose the remote sometimes. it was tucked down there. it was a remote. >> kris: they suspect the remote, but fire officials are still determining the exact cause of that fire. actress shaeleen woodley arrested during a pipeline protest in north dakota. the "divergent" star broadcasting her encounter with police on facebook live as they took her away in handcuffs. woodley was people protesting the $3.7 billion pipeline project in that state. >> christa: 7news now turning to a major recall. parents might want the check their kids' lunch becomes before they head off to school this morning because kraft is recalling 959 pounds of lunchables due the misbranding and undeclared allergens on the labels. the lunchables ham and american stackers cracker stackers contain white and soy, which are not mentioned on the label. the products were shipped to
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and check your freezer because turkey hill is recalling some of its ice cream after it was mislabeled. the recall affects the 48-ounce containers which have the side label that reads "dutch chocolate" but the packages contain rocky road. that could trigger food allergies for some people. all of the recalled ice cream is topped with the correct lid, but the containers themselves are mislabeled. the ice cream was sold here in massachusetts and also in new hampshire. you have a habit of using intense exercise to help calm yourself down, you may want the think about a different approach. interesting study here. an international study found that people who work out to relieve their anger had triple, yes, triple the chance of suffering from a heart attack within an hour. experts suggest the you're upset, let yourself simmer down before you go for that workout. >> christa: and a local singer battling on "the voice" tonight. courtney is from dorchester, an
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go." she picked team blake. now she tars the battle round. she says going on "the voice" was a way the challenge herself to leave her comfort zone. >> i would like the challenge myself by singing songs i wouldn't normally take on. or maybe things that i wouldn't normally, like songs that are outside of what i would write personally the stretch me vocally. >> christa: courtney is a songwriter. she's written for jennifer hudson and mary j. blige. you can catch courtney tonight on "the voice" at 8:00 and the new breakout hit "this is us" at 9:00. "chicago fire" is new at 1:00. and stick around for the headlines for 7news on 11. >> kris: busy night of watching. once again ben affleck shows just how important the red sox are to him. >> christa: walking the red carpet for the premier of his film, affleck stopped to watch
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this video was posted online. it shows affleck watching the portion of the game ahead of the premier of the film "the accountant." affleck was gutted when he saw the sox loves. similar reaction actually...ism to all of us. >> christa: right, right. but that loss, we won't speak of it for the pats, a couple weeks ago. he had a similar reaction to that, as well work the bills. >> kris: probably like that. you're running up my bill. ben affleck coming up to you saying, can i borrow your phone for a second? okay. sure. why? just got the catch the sex game. 29 in norwood. times are changing. a frosty start this morning. a nice recovery this afternoon. 60 to 65. coolest at the chest liven don't have a whole will the of rain. patchy drizzle thursday morning. could have an isolated evening shower on thursday. that's it. >> kris: still another hour of 7news "today in new england."
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6:00, an interview you'll see at just one station. he went from fired to retired. now the gloucester police chief is telling his side of the story to 7's cheryl fiandaca. >> christa: also ahead, a weymouth neighborhood on edge.
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>> christa: itself the end of an era fors be baseball. david ortiz bidding farewell to the fenway faithful as he officially ends his iconic career. >> kris: south shore parents on edge. a sex offender set free and moved in next door. why he was released early. >> christa: updates on the
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and from airlines. >> kris: more fallout from donald trump's crude tape and more of hillary clinton's e-mails hacked. the bay state senator at the center of those messages. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> christa: good morning. it's tuesday. i'm delmarva. >> kris: and i'm kris anderson in for sarah this morning. it's tuesday that's kind of like a monday for a lot of people. >> christa: aren't we calling tuesday a second monday anyway? cold start, chris. >> chris: does this mean wednesday will be the second second monday? frost on the pumpkins for a lot of towns. frost advisory away from the coastline until 9:00 a.m. freeze warnings in effect across northwestern worcester county where temperatures have been below freezing for some towns in the last couple hours. a lot of sunshine to go through today, that sunshine gets to work and warms us up. no problems. we also note winds are a lot lighter throughout the day, as well.
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to 60. 63 to 65 degrees inland. the warmest numbers are away from the chestline. pretty good-lag week ahead. limited rain chances in the seven-day first. >> kris: it's time now for fast track traffic. back to work for a lot of people, danielle. >> danielle: it's getting busier out there. zakim bridge, traffic getting heavier. we're in the watching major delays. we're watching a disabled vehicle. this is route 3 southbound and it's right at 128 there. slow and go heading into town on route 1. it still looks like you're in pretty good shape. braintree to boston northbound on the expressway, 16 minutes. a little bit of slowing investigate traffic. route 3 slow and go back the weymouth. 24 starting to slow down from brockton up to 128 there. northbound, 95 not looking too bad. an you're problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike still this morning. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. 20, 24 minutes on the expressway, braintree to boston. still just 12 minutes enter town
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so no delays there, and then 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, just 15 minutes. the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, thank you. and the red sox season is over. so the illustrious career of david ortiz. the red sox star getting emotional, well, up with tears at fenway last night, tipping his cam to the fans one last time, and the fans were waiting after they were chanting for t >> kris: he didn't disappoint. they got the see what they wanted. the fans got to witness an historic red sox moment last night. 7's nicole oliverio live at fenway with more. and fortunately there wasn't a win, nicole, but to see big papi one last time was such a precious moment. >> nicole: i'm sure they would have liked to see him later into the month of october. definitely a bittersweet night here at the ballpark. sad because the sox season is over, but also disappointing because we now know it was the
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ortiz on the feel in a sox uniform. a final curtain call for number 34. an indians' sweep not only meant the end of the sox season, but it's the last time david ortiz will appear in as be uniform. >> i realize that it was over. it was the last time as a player walking in front of the crowd. emotion came back out again. >> nicole: even though the game was over, fans refused to leave, chanting for ortiz for about 13 minutes before he came out to make one fina >> i definitely always want to show love to the fans. i start thinking, i have my moment once i walk to the mound, started looking around, that moment that hits you, knowing that you're not going to be able to be performing baseball. >> nicole: ortiz not happy about the loss but proud of what his team accomplished in the final season. >> it's something that kind of hit me a little bit, i'm not going to lie to you. like i say, i tried to curb my
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hold it no more. >> nicole: fans say they're just glad they could be at fenway to pay tribute to big papi one last time. >> it's so electric, especially when he got on first base and was hyping everybody up. it was definitely amazing to be here. it was amazing to be here as sad as it was to see him go to, have this experience. >> nicole: and the big thank you banner for papi still hanging over fenway. coming up at 5:30, a l final plate appearance. we'll read some of those tweets from former teammates and rivals and state leaders. that's the latest live from fenway, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: 6:04. also residents of one south shore neighborhood are on edge today because a rapist who targeted several boys in the 1980s has been released from prison early and has moved in. police say they've already been called to the neighborhood over concerns about his behavior, as
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live in weymouth, here's 7's victoria warren this morning. good morning. >> victoria: good morning. one neighbor called police because they say they saw this man peering over a fence. he proved back into this neighborhood a week ago, signs went up throughout the neighborhood warning folks around here that this was going on, but for some still, the fear is tremendous. a family neighborhood on edge in weymouth. >> it's shocking. it's hard with his youngest victim was six. >> kathleen crowley keepinger richard gardner, a child rapist just out of prison, moved into the neighborhood. >> he has 11 counts of kidnapping, sneaking into someone's home, holding a knife to a child's neck. tying his kid to a tree. i mean, this is beyond for me terrifying. >> victoria: signs posted throughout the neighborhood. gardner is living with his parents after his release. in the '80s he was convicted
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in rhode island his sentence was 190 years but reduced after an appeal. in massachusetts his sentence was 15 years. after serving more than 30 years, he got out. >> i've been unable to sleep for two days because of this guy. it's just not right. >> victoria: neighbors taking steps to protect themselves and forcing themselves to have tough conversations with their kids. >> you're supposed to feel safe in your own home, and nobody feels safe. on this man's door, there was no answer. weymouth police called out a second time because somebody apparently threw something through the family's window, breaking it. live this morning in weymouth, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: man driving on the mass pike caused a wrong-way wreck. police believe this 80-year-old driver got on the pike at exit 18 going westbound in the
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3:30. police believe that driver had a medical emergency, although few cars crashed to get out of the way. no eastbound else was hurt. >> christa: right now two suspects are behind bars in virginia in connection with a deadly home invasion in orange. police say joshua hart and brittany smit smith killed 95-year-old thomas harty and seriously injured his wife joanna after breaking into their home last week. we're learning the suspects were arrested outside a wal-mart in lexington, virginia, where they were found inside of a the victim's family hopes the suspects will get locked up. >> get away with murder today. i hope they don't. >> christa: police are still searching for a motive behind that crime. >> kris: the f.a.a. updating its warning on the samsung galaxy note 7 phone as the company pulls the plug on the fiery phone. f.a.a. officials are urging passengers to turn off their
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their check luggage. samsung is officially suspending sales and production of the smartphone after five of the replacements reportedly caught fire last week. the company is telling people the stop using the phones immediately and bring them in for a refund. >> christa: today americans will be headed to the polls to choose our next president, and today president obama is city stumping for hillary clinton in north carolina as donald trump remains defiant fighting to keep his own party on with the latest. jen? >> jennifer: christa, top republicans are pulling their support for donald trump after his recent video scandal, this as beth candidates head back on the campaign trail with just four weeks to go until election day. a day after the debate, donald trump on the attack. >> special prosecutor, here we come, right? >> trump back on the campaign trail after turning the debate enter a side show. hillary clinton also firing back.
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>> jennifer: a significant portion of that debate focused on this tape from 11 years ago, featring donald trump with billy bush, trump making sexually explicit comments about women. both men have since apologized, but but one of the women mentioned on the tape, tv host nancy odell, says the comments are unacceptable. >> there is no room for objectification of women or anyone for that matter, not even in the locker room. >> jennifer: trump tried to pivot from his comments on monday. >> they want to release more tapes saying inappropriate things, we'll continue to talk about bill clinton and hillary clinton doing inappropriate things, there are so many of them. >> jennifer: but trump is now down 11 points to clinton in a new incomes news poll. the poll was taken after that video surfaced. the poll leading house speaker paul ryan the walk away from the top of the ticket. ryan telling colleagues he won't defend trump and he won't
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john mccain also pulling his support in a debate on monday night. >> i said, i would rather lose a campaign than lose a war. >> jennifer: clinton's team believes trump's biggest mistake was not giving a strong enough apology for those lewd comments. >> he just doubled down on his excuse that it's just locker room banter. >> jennifer: meanwhile, house speaker ryan is facing some blowback from conservative lawmakers who continue to support trump. they say ryan is abandoning the nominee and handing the ticket to clinton. in the control room, jennifer eagan, 7news "y >> christa: hillary clinton also facing scandal, as well, this morning. some newly leaked e-mails from clinton's inner circle showing they were worried about elizabeth warren. this was the latest from wikileaks. the e-mails appear the show that democratic officials feel the bay state senator would endorse burgoin bernie sanders for president instead of clinton. warren did not formally endrs either candidate during primary season but has been a big supporter of clinton on the campaign trail as she now faces the republican nominee.
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believe the russian government is responsible for that hack. i want the remind you that 7news is your political headquarters in your race for the white house. download the 7news mobile or tablet app the stay connected to the campaign trail. >> kris: up next, a story you'll see on just one station. from fired to retired. gloucester's chief of police honored by the white house but forced out of his office locally. what he thinks about the controversy swirling around him. >> christa: and the boss headed to harvard. big crowds lining up to meet him c >> kris: brady and edelman together off the field. the patriot buddies starring in a new commercial. we'll share it with you coming up. >> chris: rock those uggs and kick back. temperatures outside cold. frosty in the burbs. 30 in bedford. 44 in boston. hats and gloves. kids can use them this morning. but i think it will be fine this
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>> christa: suddenly the colors have burst on the scene. isn't it beautiful? >> kris: we were driving through new hampshire. you see the colors jumping off the leaves. >> christa: and the leaf peepers are definitely out, the people driving 2mph taking a look. >> chris: pull over and get on the scenic rest of the traffic through. cool overnight. the colors really bursting out of them. we had wet weather onsunday. frosty start away from the coastline this morning. lexington at 34 degrees. 31 in wayland. 32 in wellesley right now. 41 in winthrop. you get closer to the coastline. not quite as cool, although ipswich at 35. low 40s. swampscott up to rockport and down into the city of boston. 34 lexington.
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32 in sturbridge. we have some towns at oar below freezing, including norwood and tauton and attleboro all running in the upper 20s and lower 30s. then you cross the cape cod canal, it's relatively mild, although cool across the falmouth and sandwich side of things. you get over the chatham and brewster and orleans with wind coming in off the ocean there. temperatures are not nearly as cold. a little bit of a breeze in boston, winds not nearly as strong as what we saw yesterday. sunshine prevailing, not only afternoon. so we do enjoy a nice day ahead of us, and a nice recovery. temperatures back enter the 60s this afternoon. close to 60 along the immediate coastline, shouldn't reach the low to mid-60s away from the coast. not a whole lot going on off to the west of us. temperatures, a little milder. it will work in on wednesday and thursday before the next front crosses on through. that next front will bring a little bit of a cool down on friday and gusty wind.
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in montana taking up a foot and a half of the white stuff. it is the season where we get the frost here in new england and the snows start showing up across the rockies. front coming on through thursday night. could start off the day thursday with a lot of cloud, patchy drizzle. the front crosses late in the day into thursday evening. maybe a spot shower. i do not expect much rain at all coming through the seven-day forecast. hurricane off shore by late week. well off shore at that. could c it will get kicked out to sea by this front. the high pressure settles in over the weekend, and the weekend forecast does look good with limited rain chances ahead, gusty breeze on friday, but a bright, dry weekend. seven-day forecast featuring that quiet weather. temperatures generally running into the 50s and 60s. warmest day will be thursday afternoon. ism chris, thanks so much. we crossed that 6:00 threshold. let's get over to danielle with a check of the traffic situation.
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this is what 93 looks like back to 495. let's go to the maps. we're still watching a disabled vehicle. this is burlington, route 3 southbound at 128. the shoulder blocked from this disabled vehicle. it's in the causing major delays, though. 93 slow and go. route 1 not too bad, but braintree to boston, northbound on the expressway, over half an hour already this morning. slow around the braintree split on route 3 become to weymouth and route 24 back the brockton. 95, you're slowing down a little bit there as you approach 128 directions. take a look at those drive times if you're greg ready to head out the door this morning. 26 minutes the half an hour, braintree to boston on the expressway northbound. 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128, so no delays there. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 19 minutes. the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, thank you. a local town with chief concerns when the head of the boston police department was merely fired.
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country for his department's policing approach when it comes to people addicted to drugs. >> kris: now he's decided to call it quits. the big question is what went on. 7's cheryl fiandaca sat down with the chief the find out why in an interview you'll see on just one station. >> cheryl: do you think you did anything wrong in. >> i don't think that i violated my contract or violated the trust of the people of gloucester at all. >> cheryl: gloucester's police chief answering questions publicly for the first time about the city's investigation into his personal relationships with two women. last week the city's mayor fired him. >> i have determined that chief campanello should no longer be employed by the city of gloucester. >> cheryl: three days later... >> i'm taking this opportunity to announce my retirement. >> cheryl: the city agreed to let him retire. do you think you were treated fairly? >> it's been a very trying few weeks. >> cheryl: a very public drama started two weeks ago when leonard campanello was put on paid leave while the city looked
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>> as a result of these complaints, the city began an investigation of all accusations. >> cheryl: the mayor says during that investigation, campanello misled investigators about the whereabouts of a city-issued cell phone and deleted evidence in the form of text messages he exchanged with at least one of the women. but the city has now closed that investigation, saying initial investigation had nothing to do with his personal relationships but rather with his alleged destruction of evidence. while the essex county district attorney's office says it's till reviewing the case, campanello's lawyer says his client did nothing criminal.
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of anything going on with the district attorney. we have no knowledge of that. i would be surprised if there was any type of action taken by the district attorney's office. >> cheryl: last year campanello was thrust into the national spotlight after starting the angel initiative, a program that advocates treatment over arrest for people struggling with addiction. gloucester police department became the first department in the country to adopt that policy and campanello was recognized at the white house. it's a cause campanello says he's still passionate about. >> i am going to continue to push very hard for reform and addiction recovery and how the system treats people with an addiction as a moral or ethical failing versus as a disease. >> cheryl: campanello says he's always believed in not judging people and says he has nothing but respect for the members of the gloucester police. >> i think, like any place you work, there are people that i'm going to miss terrible and there are people that i'm not going to miss at all. but overall the experience i had in gloucester, especially with the police department and the citizens of gloucester, was fantastic. >> cheryl: campanello's retirement is effective in january. until then he remains on paid administrative leave. in the control room, i'm cheryl fiandaca. >> christa: all right.
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a large crowd mourning five new england teens killed in a violent crash. >> kris: and a famous young actress gets arrested and live streams being hauled away in handcuffs. >> christa: and it's not a buddy movie but a buddy ad. tom brady and julian edelman
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>> kris: the patriots are looking forward to hosting the bengals. it will be first time tom brady has had a chance to play in front of the home crowd at gillette since serving the suspension. pats' fans hoping he enjoys the same success as he did on sunday's road game against the browns, throw for three touchdown passes. are rust? what rust? brady says he feels great and his teammates agree. >> i feel better now at 39 than i did when i was 29. and it was just, you know, i think due to a lot of things. i feel like i'm in a good routine. >> well, tom, it's unbelievable what he's doing. old benjamin button hasn't slowed down yet. >> kris: kickoff is set for sunday at 1:00. >> christa: tom brady and julian end animal finding another way to spend some quality time together because they both appear in a new ad for uggs. >> i'm so bored.
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>> 63. >> christa: clearly edelman is a little impatient. he wants brady to do something. in this ad the q.b. is happy to relax with his uggs. i get the sense edelman really missed brady. >> kris: i think he did. he reminds me of my kids when i'm tire after a day of work. let's go jump on the trampoline. still ahead, allegations. the creator of the show is opening up about the rumors that there are videos that show trump in an unflattering light. >> christa: also boston police opening up about firing officers. >> kris: and a three-time series champ weigh up
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>> kris: an emotional farewell at fenway as david ortiz hangs up his hat for good. tributes the big papi pouring in today. >> christa: and you'll want the check your fridge this morning. some popular foods are getting recalled. >> i'm being arrested. >> kris: a famous young actress arrested out west. >> christa: and a -- the boss at harvard and fans line up to meet him. >> kris: and a steals the show. good morning. it is 6:30 on this tuesday morning. thanks for joining us. i'm kris anderson. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. a day to dress in layers. chilly out there the start off again. here's chris lambert with more on your forecast. >> chris: frosty start in many towns. close the freezing if not below it. 29 in norwood. 30 in wedford. 31 in nashua, new hampshire. 34 in boston. away from the coastline, frost advisory until 9:00 a.m. north and west of 495, some towns in worcester county, northern worcester county have a
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sunshine prevailing through the day. that will warm us up. so as christa was mentioning, dress in layers, peel a layer or two off this afternoon as temperatures recover back into the low to mid-60s. cooler on the coastline thanks to the on-shore breeze kicking in. but we have quite a bit of sunshine the next couple days. quite a bit of nice weather over next several days. more on the forecast ahead. >> christa: back to work after the long holiday weekend. how are the roads, danielle? >> danielle: a couple incidents out there, but overall it could let's go to the maps. we're watching a crash in andover on 93 southbound. that's at dascomb road that. wll slow you down this morning. also in burlington, we're still watching this disabled vehicle. this is route 3 southbound at 128, the shoulder blocked from that there. braintree to boston, northbound on the expressway, over half an hour. also slow on route 24 and route 3. no issues on the pike. let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. 26 minutes to half an hour on the expressway. 13 minutes on the pike.
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to the zakim bridge, the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> christa:>> kris: well, red sn saying good-bye to its star slugger. david ortiz saluting the fans with one final curtain call at fenway park. the game ending in a loss to cleveland. unfortunately, but the most clutch player in sox history supplying another memorable molt for the fenway faithful. >> kris: fighting back tears even there. >> christa: this morning former players and current teammates are paying tribute the watch let's head out live to fenway with a.o.l. oliverio covering it this morning. >> nicole: christa, this entire season has been his farewell tour, but last night after the sox lost ending the season, fans refusing to leave, and his last plate appearance came in the eighth inning. he was walked. a pinch runner came in. as he was walking back to the dugout with his teammates, fans just cheered.
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him go, a lot of people taking to twitter to wish him well in his now retirement. congratulatory messages came from n from pedro martinez, who wrote, "well done, compadre, well done." they may have been rivals on the field, but eduardo alex rodrigud tribute the papi writing, "the best clutch player i've ever played against." and "thank you, david ortiz, for all you did on the field. you stood after the bombing. heart of a champion." mayor walsh said, "while the red sox season may be other, we'll always remember what david ortiz has done for our team and our city." and red sox catcher bryan holaday sharing this photo of his son with the message, "thank you for teaching me how to hit bombs all the time." that was from holaday's son. he added, it "it was an honor to be your teammate." definitely sentimental at fenway. fans refusing to leave after the
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what the crowd was doing. that's the latest live from fenway, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: nicole, thank you. let's move to your top stories. at 633, man driving on the mass pike driving a wrong-way wreck. police bereave this 80-year-old got on to the pike at exit 19, allston-brighton, going west in the eastbound lane. he drove for three miles before finally crashing. police believe the man had a medical emergency and although a few cars injured. parents in weymouth are expressing their outrage after a convicted rapist gets released from prison. 49-year-old richard gardner is living in his parents home after serving 27 years behind bars for kidnapping and raping underage boys. the level 3 sex offender will be on probation until the year 2043. concerned citizens have posted flyers across the neighborhood warning people about gardner. also this morning a new nbc
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double-digit lead over donald trump. she leads trump by 1 points in the four-way matchup with gary johnson and jill stein. the poll was taken after trump was heard in a leaked videotape talking explicitly about women. >> kris: five teenagers are killed in a tragic crash in vermont. an emotional outpouring of support last night when friends came together to remember these five victims. police say the accident was caused by a wrong-way driver. the victims here, mary eli brookens, cyrus zschau and liam hale attended the same high school in vermont. the fifth victim, janie cozzi, attended a school in new hampshire. friends describing them as always lifting up other people and being a friend to everyone they met. 2 driver that allegedly caused that crash is in critical condition in the hospital now. police say he stole a police cruiser from an officer who was trying to help the victims. he then crashed into eight other cars before being ejected from
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washington, d.c., for making threats at the airport there. they say the 22-year-old first caused a disturbance at a julyry store on washington street in boston. later the same man was allegedly seen leaving a suspicious device on the steps of one ashburn place on beacon hill. that ended up being a copy of the quran. the suspect was arrested at a shelter on boylston street. the massachusetts appeals court ruling that the boston police department mustei positive drug tests results. according to the "globeious" officers provided hair tests, hair samples and the court ruled that the test were not reliable enough to terminate an employee without additional evidence. the six officers say they did not use cocaine. they tested positive for the drug between 2001 and 2006. >> kris: hundreds of fans lining up for a chance to see the boston, cambridge.
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his bestselling memoir "born to run. " one woman came all the way from springsteen's home state of new jersey to meet him. she got a little emotional talking about how his music helped her get throw some tough times, like dealing with superstore sandy. >> i carry around like a look. i love his face. it's so gorgeous. and i'm like >> kris: in the book bruce springsteen talks about growing up in new jersey and his path the fame and huh hardships inspired some of his hit songs. >> christa: the stamina is amazing. 67 years old. he's going strong. >> kris: the concert you went to... >> christa: like four hours, record long. and then the book signings, as well. i did close my eyes for a little bit. crazy. still ahead, hundreds and hundreds of rescues from
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matthew hit north carolina. >> kris: the apple watch banned in certain places in the u.k. serious threat to security some feel the watches may cause. >> christa: and ben affleck with some celebrity problems -- red carpet or the red sox? special interests that oppose question 2 claim district schools lose money to charter schools. that's "absurd," says the boston herald.
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iphon 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.
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>> christa: 6:41. a look at what's trending today. >> i'm being arrested. >> christa: actor shane lean woodley arrested during a pipeline protest. facebook. she was arrested for trespassing. she was one of more than 300 people protesting the pipeline project in that state. >> kris: cute moment in a donald trump rally in pennsylvania. trump bricks a mini me on stage where you see the boy dressed just like trump with the combed hair and all. trump bought him up to the microphone and asked him if he wanted to stay on stage with him. >> where's your daddy? and your mommy? do you want to go back to them or do you want to stay with
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>> trump. [cheering and applause] ism trump also added the boy was much too good looking to look like him? >> christa: even at a movie premier, ben affleck's mine still on the red sox game. while walking the red carpet for the premier of "the accountant," he stopped to watch the playoff game. a writer posted the video online. affleck was gutted when he saw that the sox had lost to the indians. >> kris: every t it's bad. >> christa: maybe peace bad luck. >> kris: stopwatching, ben. coming up next, saying good-bye to big papi. emotional farewell at fenway. >> christa: also some jewelry stolen from kim kardashian in paris recovered. we'll let you know how it was
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the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million just last year -
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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. join them in voting no on question two. >> it's 6:45, time the know and go. >> reporter: a final farewell the bi career in front of a packed house. >> reporter: plus donald trump fighting the republican revolt and sagging in the polls. and new e-mails showing tension between hillary clinton and elizabeth warren. >> reporter: and residents in weymouth say they are are living in fear after learning a convicted child rapist is now living in their neighborhood. >> kris: it's time the know and go. we have all of the day's top stories. >> christa: starting off with a cold forecast. >> chris: a lot less windy out
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you don't have to keep your jacket around through this afternoon. in fact, i think a lot of us can get away with the jacket this afternoon. this morning it's a different story. frost on the pumpkin, 29 in norwood. 30 in bedford right now. ton of sunshine through the day. that sunshine warping us up and warms us up nicely. upper 60s at the coastline. closer to 63 to 65 at the coastline. light northwesterly breeze turns on shore. the high pressure controlling the weather over next couple days. patchy clouds aun working on in for thursday morning, even a patchy drizzle on thursday morning not out of the realm of possibilities. as this front crosses into late in the day on thursday or more likely thursday evening, there could be a in the shower. but we're talking about very limited amounts of rain over the next seven days. in fact, this is all we'll see over next seven days, thursday into thursday evening, one-tenth of an inch or less coming into the. forecast. if you're looking the take advantage of the nice fall weather, not only during the
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behind the front on friday, but overall enjoy the weather heading into the weekend. >> kris: time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. any problems popping up? >> danielle: quite a few now. a lot of traffic on 93 headed into boston. let's go to the maps. we have a few accidents too on 93. one at dascomb road. the other at commerce way. so this one is in andover. and then here in burlington, both going to slow you down this morning. also in burlington, still watching this disabled vehicle. this is route 3 southbound at 128. the shoulder is blocked there. brit to boston, northbound on the expressway, that drive up to 34 minutes. and then south of town, route 95, 24 and 3 all pretty slow this morning. in dedham we have a crash. 128 northbound at route 1. let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. 26 minutes the half an hour. braintree to boston expressway. 16 minutes into town on the pike
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93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge,27 minutes this morning. back to you, guys. >> christa: okay, danielle. thank you. it's the end of an era. david ortiz calling it a career after boston lost in game three of the alds. really was an emotional farewell as the sox took a final curtain call and the fans were chanting after the game. they were saying, "we won't leave." >> kris: they didn't leave. we stuck around. with big papi's final game. 7's nicole oliverio is live at fenway with more on this heroic sendoff to big papi. >> chris so sad at the ballpark for so many reasons. it was definitely emotional, even seeing david ortiz tear up. as you mentioned, fans did not want the go home after the game and who could blame them. for 13 minutes, they were chanting for ortiz, calling out his name and saying, "we're not
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happening, so he made one last walk out to the mound, tipped his cap and thanked fans. you could really see, he said it was at that point that everything soaked in that this was his final appearance playing baseball. >> i definitely always want the show love to the fans. i start thinking, i have my mound, that moment that hits you that you're not going to be performing in baseball. >> nicole: ortiz obviously saying boston fans are the best if the world. that's one thing he's definitely going to miss. fans were spoiled for so many seasons. he said obviously this isn't the way he wanted the season to end, but he was proud of all of the team's club. s and looking forward to them being back in the postseason
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new england." >> christa: also this morning, a rapist released. now it's cause for concern in a community in weymouth. neighbors say they're worried about their children. victoria warren has the latest reaction. vicki? >> victoria: good morning, christa, this man's crimes date back to the 1908s. he spent years in prison. last week he was released on probation. signs are up in the neighborhooding but some people who live here say they are terrified. richard gardner said more than 30 years for child rape and the level 3 sex offender was originally sentenced to 190 years in rhode island, 15 in massachusetts, but his rhode island sentence was reduced on appeal. people in this weymouth neighborhood saying given what he'd done, he never should have been allowed to move back in with his parents. >> he has 11 counts of kidnap, breaking into someone's home, holding a knife the a child's neck, tying a kid to a tree. i mean, this is beyond for me
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>> kris: when we knocked on his parents home, there was no answer at the door. weymouth police have already been called out to this neighborhood twice. one time a neighbor reported seeing this man peering over a fence. another time the parents called police saying somebody threw something, breaking their front window. live this morning in weymouth, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: a man driving on the mass pike caused a wreck. police believe he got on the highway going west. in the eastbound lanes they say he dove for about three miles before crashing. it happened yesterday afternoon around 3:30. police believe that driver had a medical emergency, and although a few other cars did crash while trying to get out of the way, no one else was hurt. >> christa: right now two suspects are we hide bars in virginia in connection with a deadly home invasion that happened in orange. police say joshua hart and brittney smith killed 95-year-old thomas hardy and seriously injured his wife
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we're learning this morning the process outside of a wal-mart in lexington virginia where they were found inside of a u-haul. meantime, at home the victim's family reacted to the news. >> they got away with murder today. i hope they don't. >> christa: police are still searching for a motive we hide the crime. >> kris: the f.a.a. is updating its warning now on the samsung galaxy note 7 as the company pus t fiery phone. f.a.a. officials urging passengers to turn off their replacement samsung galaxy note 7s and not to or the them in checked luggage, this as samsung officially suspends production after five of the replacement phones reportedly caught fire last week. the company is telling people the stop using the phones immediately and bring them in for a refund. >> christa: and four weeks from today, americans will choose the next president, and
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today in north carolina as crump remains defiant, fighting to keep his own party on his side. let's go to jennifer eagan with the latest developments. jen? >> jennifer: christa, good morning. a new poll out this morning shows hillary clinton's lead expanding. that poll was taken after the video of donald trump talking explicitly about women was leaked. the nbc/"wall street journal" poll shows clinton now has an 11-point lead over trump in a four-way matchup for the white house with gary johnson and jill stein. this morning the fallout from the trump tape scandal, pushing it off as locker room banter. but one of the women he's talking about, tv host nancy odell, is speaking out about the comments. >> there is no room for objectification of women or anyone for that matter, not even in the locker room. >> sunday's debate focused on that video, with trump pushing back, accusing hillary clinton's husband bill clinton of
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mark burnett says he cannot release any footage from that show. in a statement mgm and burnett said legal contracts prevent them from releasing any footage. buzz feed threatened to sue any staff in -- who released videos in which trump made any poor statements. burnett denies that. >> christa: newly e-mails from hillary clinton's inner circle show she was worried about massachusetts senator elizabeth warren. democratic officials feared that warren would endorse bernie sanders instead of clinton during the primaries. u.s. officials believe the russian government is responsible for that hack. don't forget, 7news is your political headquarters in the race for the white house. downnode the tablet apps to stay connected. >> christa:
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after hurricane matthew ravaged that state. the water could get even higher as rivers are are set to top their banks this week. at least 21 people in the united states died as a result of hurricane matthew. apple watches are being banned from the u.k. cabinet treatings over russian hacking fears. according to a report in the telegraph, government officials are worried that hackers could use microphones on their watches to listen in on high-level meetings. cell phones are already banned from cabinet meetings. >> kris: and che y freezer because turkey hill is recalling some of its ice cream after it was mislabeled. this recall affects about 38-ounce containers whose side label reads "dutch chocolate." the side reads "rocky road." the ice cream was sold in massachusetts and new hampshire. a necklace stolen from kim kardashian in paris has been found in an unusual spot.
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it's worth $33,000. police are examining it for d.n.a. that could lead them to the robbers. the robbers took more than $10 million worth of jewelry from the reality star. >> kris: here locally we're talking about the chilly weather for the second straight day. no we're done with the rain thank goodness. >> chris: for a lot of people frost out there. 27 in norwood. 30 in bedford. 44 in gloucester. you get temperature swings during the day. that puts us back into the mid-. 0s away from the coastline this afternoon. upper 50s to near 60 across the coastline. don't like the rain? good. don't have much of it. the winds beneficial on sunday. obviously timing didn't work out all that well. spot shower on thursday, otherwise dry. >> christa: >> kris: i like those clear saturdays and sundays. looks good. the "today show" is straight ahead. thanks for spending some time with us this morning.
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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
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good morning. more to come. donald trump doubles down on his attacks against the clinton family. >> if they want to release more tapes, saying inappropriate things, we'll continue to talk about bill and hillary clinton >> and clinton not backing down. >> he wants to talk about what we've been doing the last 30 years, bring it on! >> her lead, now the widest it's ever been in our new poll. with exactly one month to go, can trump rebound? matthew's wake. the water still rising in parts of the south hit by the hurricane. more than 1,500 people rescued, an entire north carolina town evacuated. we are there live.

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