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>> breaking news a dead plane crash in connecticut. pilot who surgical vooifrd reportedly saying it was intentional. we're live with the latest. also breaking now boston police say they have made an arrest after a reported sexual assault in the south end. and donald trump ripping republicans and turning up his attacks on hillary clinton after the latest round of g.o.p. defections. good morning, everyone. happy wednesday and thanks for joining us. i'm kris anderson. >> i'm nancy chin. we'll have your top stories in a moment. first let's turn things to danielle gersh for a check of your forecast. chances are if you liked yesterday's weather you will probably like today too. lots of sunshine. clear skies on the way today. another cool morning but not as chilly as yesterday. current temperatures most spots in the low 50s. boston at 54.
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things starting to warm up. the winds are calm and also onshore. this afternoon along the coast that's where highs will be in the low convicts. a little bit warmer than yesterdays. inland upper 60s average the low 60s. for today lots of sunshine on the way. tomorrow we're close to 70 degrees but we're also increasing the clouds and we could see light showers as well. but then friday into the weekend sunshine returns. more on that coming >> breaking news later this morning we expect a news conference in the scene of a deadly plane crash in east hartford, connecticut. the fbi now looking into that crash after a new york sometime report says this may have been intentional. the passenger on that plane was killed in the crash. >> according to the report the pilot who survived this accident told investigators that its no accident victoria warren is live at the scene with the latest. what have you learned? >> kris.
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conference should be happening midmorning. live behind me a large scene out here. the "new york times" said the fbi is investigating saying vefrl sources told them the pilot who survived said this wasn't an accident. the plane went down in shadow of aerospace defense manufacturer called pratt & whitney described as a critical infrastructure. >> huge flames in the middle of main street and east hardford as a small plane comes crashing down short of the plane coming to my right side really low. i knew he wasn't going to make it. student pilot and instructor were aboard the plane when it crashed while attempting to land around 3:45 monday afternoon. >> i see the plane crash first it hit one point then the other. and then crashed you see fire and things. police say the pilot climbed out of the plane with some burns. but the second passenger deposit make it out before the fire
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the plane also narrowly missing the great minivan with a mother and her child inside. >> not a lot of damage to the mini van. as you would imagine if you experience that while you're driving down the road it would be very unsettling. they are being cared for at a local hospital. people in area say it all happened in a matter of seconds. >> that's so scary. i was like what was that. i just came out very quick. and i saw all the flame all the smoke. and all the people just going around >> investigators now trying t figure out why this plane came down well short of the runway. it's always tragic when we have an incident such as this. it could have been worse. despite how close this crashes we're told there was no damage there. there's no update on how that crash survivor is doing this morning. we're hoping to get that information when this news conference happens and again we're told to expect that news
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live this morning in east regardford. victoria warren 7news "today in new england." also breaking this morning. boston police say they have now made an arrest after an attack in the south end, we're told it happens tuesday morning. a woman said a man climbs through her window then attacked her and her room pate. nicole oliverio live with the breaking details. nicole? >> definitely a frightening assault and police were quick to make that arrest. we expect that suspect to go before a judge here at the district courthouse later this morning. so this all morning around 4:00 a.m. boston police say that's when the suspect went into an apartment on claritin street getting through an open window. he allegedly then assaulted the two people inside. boston police found out about this attack about 12 hours later when one of the victims was at the hospital they spent hours collecting evidence and then made an arrest. people we spoke who actually live in the same building say they saw police but had no idea
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>> there was a detective. basically holding the door. and some other detective came and talked to me. >> i told them i've been here since last night. i want to know what that person's motive and how the hell that happened. and look into security measures like, oh, wow. we hope to learn more information about this crime as soon as that arraignment happens. that's the latest live in boston. nicole oliverio. 7news "today in new england." right now police are lng attempted sexual assault in mission hill. officers say that the man who is in surveillance video footage tried to sexually assault a women saturday afternoon. here's a still photo. according to police the man pushed this women to the ground before running off. also this morning police investigating a serious crash in natick. you can see the front of the car smashed in right there. one vehicle also reportedly caught on fire.
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a rhode island radio station back on air this morning after a driver crashed to through the side of the station. the driver was seriously injured at news 1380. the station's operations were not actually interrupted. happening today two suspects are questioning to be in court as investigators still try and understand a murder mystery that happened in orange. 95-year-old thomas hardy was murdered in what police say appears have been a ranm his wife 77-year-old johanna fisher was injured in that attack. 23-year-old joshua heart and his girlfriend were arrested over the weekend in virginia. they are facing murder charges. police say they took smith's great grandmother's car days before this deadly attack. the elderly women said she cannot believe what her great-granddaughter is accused of doing. i don't know.
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anybody. i don't know. >> those suspect will eventually head back here to massachusetts where prosecutors are expected to discuss a motive. 7news now with the search for suspect in a deadly hit-and-run. police in metford look for driver who killed a pedestrian. investigator say this happened in welling tongue circle in september. they've released the photo of the car believed to be a silver or gray honda civic from 2011 to 2015 with large b marks. a driver a close call in sterling when a tree branch falls through the windshield of that car. that driver was able to walk away with only minor injuries. the police department posted these on facebook yesterday. if the branch fell a few more inches to the left it really could have been a much different outcome. >> we are counting down to election day. now just 27 days away. and donald trump is spending the final weeks of the campaign
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launching into a personal feud with house speaker house ryan. donald trump said the shackles have been taken off and stepping up attacks on hillary clinton. donald trump back to his old ways. his latest tweet storm attacking hillary clinton. he tweeted so nice that the shackles have been taken off me. hillary clinton doesn't have the fortitude, strength or stamina to lead in our world. a new campaign is a peek at what's to come in the final days. diehard trump support can't get enough of it holding up signs and wearing shirts we can't show on television. if hillary clinton gets i'm ready for revolution. >> both trump and clinton in florida on tuesday. we've created a lot of jobs. if you don't vote me as a victor i will be angry at you.
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gore. >> please take it from me. every single vote counts. every single vote counts. >> let's focus on what's really important in this election and in your future and the future of our country. >> president obama sounding off for the first time on trump's caught on tape comments about women in north carolina. i too believe in forgiveness and redemption. but that doesn't mean i'm going to elect the person president. as for today's plan hillary clinton will be alrallies in both colorado and las vegas while trump will continue his focus down in florida. the wife of democratic vice presidential candidate tim kaine will be new hampshire today. and also talking about her plan for early childhood education. and expected to talk about clinton and kaine's plan for the
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how the race for the white house is shaping up in new hampshire. 7news team teamed up for exclusive poll to see what voters in new hampshire think and with everything else going on right now has it changed their opinion. you can see the results thursday night on 7news at 11:00. ahead on 7news. calling for change. dozen gathering at vigil for bicyclist killed in a crash with a tractor-trailer. courtroom chaos an outburst 60s and sunshine this afternoon. another nice fall day on the way today. some changes tomorrow to talk about coming up. and no change at the top for the red sox. the red sox. joe amorosino has more on the ? ? on social security and medicare, the red sox. joe amorosino has more on the these are the facts. kelly ayotte voted for deep cuts
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d against protecting social security from the threat of privatization. and said she's open to raising the retirement age for social security. look it up yourself. the fact is kelly ayotte's supporting big, corporate special interests. she's not working for us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. special interests that oppose question 2 claim district schools lose money to charter schools. that's "absurd," says the boston herald. "outright lies," reports the lowell sun.
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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. for stronger public schools.
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you see the foliage turning there. the red and orange and green and yellow. i love this time of year. are you a leaf keeper >> i am. yesterday i was running down the esplenade. it was fantastic weather. wearing t-shirt and shorts. nice when you can enjoy fall without bundling up. no complaints a lot of brighter colors working their w england. the weather nice as well. let's talk about what's going on now. today is nice. tomorrow light showers. and then friday into the weekend sunshine returns things looking going to shape up nicely. current temperature cool morning. not as cool as yesterday morning and currently most of you are into those 50s. as soon as the sun comes up we start to warm things up. and we're losing daylight too. as we head into october. 24-hour temperature change.
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highs this afternoon will be warmer than yesterday. so it's another pleasant day on the way. satellite and radar shows mostly clear skies. lots of sunshine on the way today. we did have high clouds this morning and that's really why it help keep things -- it helped keep things more mild. looking ahead today. clear skies mostly sunshine. then after midnight the cloud cover will increase and then waking up tomorrow morning you will wake up to low clouds and fog. even could see s drizzle tomorrow morning. and then tomorrow afternoon into tomorrow evening we have to watch this front because this could bring light showers tomorrow around dinner time. but doesn't lack like this rain going to amount to much. even though we need the rain. this will be nothing in comparison to sunday. and then friday high pressure back with us. and then into the weekend things looking quiet with sunshine and nice weather. out in the atlantic show we're still watching hurricane any cole. this is category two storm of
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moving north-northwest at five miles per hour. it's expected to impact bermuda tomorrow morning as a category two hurricane. that won't have impact on us. and then it will head to the northeast as we head into the weekend. after tomorrow we're rain free. dry friday into the weekend. temperatures actually going to shape up nicely. mid-to-upper 60s. pretty average. a little bit above average for this timef midnight and then temperatures going to be on the mild side because of that as well. tomorrow it's a doomy and gloomy day. temperatures up toward the 70 degrees with chance for light showers. never too early to start thinking about the weekend or patriots. sunday looking to shape up really nice. the pats are back in town. temperature going to be in upper 50s with lots of sunshine. here's your 7 on 7 forecast.
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weekend looks good. gusty winds on friday. saturday and sunday upper 50s and then into the 60s. monday and tuesday light showers. the red sox a long list of decisions to make this off-season. but less than 24 hours after getting swept out of the play-offs by the cleveland indians the team is sure of one thing already. they want john farrell back at their manager next year. manager. wasting no time addressing the biggest off-season decision. committing to skipper for another year. john has done a fine job this year. i've been happy with working with him. i think he has the respect of the clubhouse. we played hard. we had a good season. we won the divisional title. we communicate well with one another. are red sox president of baseball operations said addressing his manager's future
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it's important that know everybody he's our leader. he's well respected and gives him the clear mind he needs to move forward. farrell's player had cleaned out locker and cleared the clubhouse before the decision came down. but they made it clear he's the right guy for the job. the door is always open. he gets here early. stays late. he welcomes guys to come and talk to him about if they have a problem or whatever it is. 2017 but dave said he can't commit to 2018 without discussing that with ownership. joe amorosino, 7news "today in new england." more sports this morning. long suffering cubs fan have a glimmer of hope after ninth inning rally sending their team to national league championship series. chicago eliminated by eliminating san francisco in game four.
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ninth. off of five giants relievers. now they will face the right for the world series. cubs are eight wins away from first world series title since way back in 1908. >> trying to get some other strong teams still ahead on "today in new england." important recall to tell. why popular brand of dog food is pulled from the shelves. we're digging deeper into local day cares. why it's so hard for parents to 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,
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year dig deeper into day cares. >> it's an important choice to pick a day care. sometimes the parent are left in the dark and wondering what the history really is. this >> reporter: when roxanne tried to pick a day care for her son she knew the stakes could not be higher. the most important information of my life is the safety of my child. . she had seen the horrifying day care stories. in northborough an unsupervised child wanders out the door in bridge water. allegations of child rape in dorchester a 2-year-old falls off the roof and dies. roxanne figure checking inspection record of
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easy. but when she searched online for official inspection info she found nothing. i feel like i was completely in the dark. unlike, new hampshire, connecticut and maine massachusetts doesn't provide day care inspection records joon line. expert say in the days of instant access parent looking for day care histories should not hit information rod blocks >> i think there's something broken in the system. >> how broken? the state early education and care web site instruct parent to call the office for your area. so we did. >> i'm hoping you can help. >> do you have day care inspection reports. >> making inquiries about 8 different day cares. three times we were properly given inspection histories. great thank. one office informed we need an subpoena to get information >> a subpoena? >> that's wrong and four times -- just leaving you another message.
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the report from those four day cares they revealed the hidden histories parents would have wanted to know. no criminal background check. child left alone. not enough adults. not enough supervision. >> when the parents are left in the dark where does that lee the children? >> could live the children at risk. >> does your child's day care have a hidden history. if you try your best to find out, you may never know. >> there are people out there putting their childs in and this information could be lifesaving. >> when we asked the state why inspection reports aren't online now. they would only say federal law requires they start posting by november 2017. but even when that begins, past records will not be included. so some day cares will still have hidden histories. in the newsroom. hank phillipi ryan. can you only imagine how
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news about this. you untrust people to care about the kids. it's tough enough picking the day care. it would be need if it was available for you the look at. dramatic video. a samsung smart phone smoking after it explodes. up next he's got some serious skills. patriots devon not his football skills. his lip sinking and he was doing with some kids for a wonderful cause. the outside corporate interests bankrolling question t 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 - according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state.
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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. woman 2: done. i just registered. man: that was easy. galvin: register by october 19th. >> pat's safety showing off a different set of exile. he intercepted a microphone instead of football doing part to help out in a battle against
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? ? let i go. ? ? let it go, let it go ? ? turn away and slam the door ? ? he's so shy. mccordy competed in the battle against patient to raise money to battle sickle cell disease. he said this cause hits close to home. my aunt has s growing up seeing her battle and the things she went through. not many people know about the disease. it's not very popular disease. but if you get the disease. it effects your life. some of the teammates will join him later this month and another event to raise money to battle this blood disorder. do they have frozen battles in locker room?
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mccordy. ahead in next half hour. supposed to be a casual dinner. family and friends had a big surprise instead for a colorado war veteran. no big surprises in the forecast for today. this afternoon another nice fall day on the way. some changes tomorrow, though. we'll talk about that, coming up. and stay with us. because we're following two big breaking stories here. we'll have the latest on dead plane crash in connecticut in the fbi is investigating after reports this may have been boston police making an arrest after reported sexual assault on the south side of things. we're live with the details. denny's knows the holidays should be shared with friends and family.
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bob hillery: i spent 21 years in the navy, defending america. if i only showed up half of the time, i'd have been court-martialed. but that's what senator kelly ayotte did. she missed nearly half of her homeland security hearings. vo: on critical homeland security hearings, ayotte was mia... even missing a hearing the same day she went to a washington fundraiser. for ayotte, collecting campaign cash comes first. vo: votevets is responsible for the content of this advertising. we're following two big breaking story. first up in connecticut one person the dead after plane crashed in east hartford. there's a new report saying this may have been intentional. also breaking a suspect under arrest after alarming
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two people say they were attacked. new details about the man who police say crashed head first into a car filled with teenagers in vermont. words of a past arrest now in massachusetts. >> just after 9:30 on wednesday. welcome back this thanks for staying with us. we want to look at your forecast. makes such a difference when there's no wind to blow. some high cloudious see move out. they shielded over us and kept things more mild. it was still chilly. but not as brutally cold as yesterday. current temperatures mostly in the 50s right now. so this afternoon it will be a nice fall day, again we'll have onshore wind. a long the coast things cooler in the low 60s. pretty close to average for this i'm of year. and inland is where you could
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degrees. it's a nice fall day today. tomorrow though we'll change it up a little bit. increase the cloud cover. light rain and look at the temperatures warmer close to 70. high pressure into the weekend. sunshine more on your forecast coming up. back to you guys. >> thank you very much. breaking newses the fbi looking into a deadly plane crash. new york time report is saying it may have been intentional. the passenger on that plane was killed in the crash. according to this report out the pilot wasn't an accident and we are expected to hear more from investigators later this morning. victoria warren has the very latest. >> huge flame in the middle of main street and east hartford as a small plane come crashing down short of the airport. i was driving and all of a sudden i saw a plane coming into my right side. really low. and i knew he wasn't going to make it. a student pilot and instructor were aboard the plane while i
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afternoon. >> i see the plane crash. first one point then the other. and then it crashed. i see fire and things. police say the pilot claimed out of the plane with some burns. but the second passenger didn't make it out. before the fire start raging. narrowly missing this gray minivan with mother and child inside. >> not a lot of damage to mini van. if you experience that while you're driving d would be unsettling. they are cared for at local hospital. people in the area say its all happen in a matter of seconds i was so scared. like what was that. came out very quick. i saw all of the flame. all the smoke and all the people going around. investigators now trying to figure out why this plane came down well short of the all runway. always tragic when we have an incident such as this. it could bes were.
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according to the "new york times" the pilot who survived said this was not an accident. in east hartford. victoria warren. 7news "today in new england." also break thing morning. boston police say they have made an arrest after an attack in the south end. it happened early tuesday morning. a woman said a man climbed into the window and attacked her and her roommate. nicole oliverio is live with the latest. it must have been terrifying for police spent hours collecting evidence at that apartment. they quickly made an arrest. that suspect is expected to appear in district court sometime this morning. we're hoping to learn more details. what we know now. this alleged assault happened around 4:00 a.m. tuesday near columbus street in boston south end. now according to one of the victims they told police that the suspect entered through a window in their apartment
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sexually assaulted the two people inside. police found out about the i salt until one of the victims went to a boston hospital. they then went to the apartment. spent hours collectingers and then announced the arrest. people in the building say they saw police but that no idea what happened. there was a detective. holding the door. the detective came and talked to i want to know the person's motive and how the hell that happened and look into security measures like, oh, wow. we spoke with some of the people that live in the area if they live on the ground level they are make sure their windows are closed at night. maybe not take advantage of the fall weather. that suspect expected to be arraigned sometime this morning here at 4:00. nicole oliverio. # news "today in new england." more than 100 people are
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porter square for bicyclist killed in cambridge. people left candles and flowers. the 60-year-old lexington man died when hit by tractor-trailer. no chargings have been filed. community concerns are on the rise now shchlt we told you about an convicted rapist who has been released putting neighbors on edge. now into more. richard gartner has moved into her weymouth neighborhood. i strongly believe all level 3 sex offender should be monitoring device if allowed parole. >> gardiner convicted in rhode island and massachusetts of kidnapping and raping children in the 1980's. a sentence of 190 years wasover turned on appeal. and last week he was let out on
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on chandler street. on tuesday police visited the home checking to see if gardiner is living where he's registered. it follows a series of incident over the weekend. officials at father bills homeless shelter in quincy told gardiner to leave when he showed up on saturday. he was also cited for entering the library where employee said she spotted him using a computer. there's a city ordinance that prohibits high risk sex offenders from entering without permission. your home supposed to somewhere you can relax. and we're not at all. >> adding to concern people in weymouth said gardiner spot on a fence. people have added alarm systems. what they want the laws changed. . >> the justice system is out of whack. this guy shouldn't be allowed on the street. he should be locked up from ever. >> gardiner will have to appear in connection with those incidents over the weekend.
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markist had to be fmcally removed to holding area during the arraignment tuesday. police say this 19-year-olds involved in at shining inside of a cvs last month. the victims seriously injured. he's held on $250,000 wail. new details in crash that killed five teenager in vermont. the herald reporting the man who allegedly caused crash by driving the wrong way on the highway wasrg assaulting his girlfriend in massachusetts back in 2014. stephen also allegedly threatened to bury her if she told anyone or tried to take their young daughter away while they were living in salisbury. he faces several charge in connection to the deadly crash over the weekend. in the 80-year-old man who drove the wrong way on the mass pike will be cited. he wasn't arrested but will be in court for negligent operation wrong way driving and lane violations. he was treated for minor injury
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three other drivers were involved. but no one was hurt. also this morning in north carolina a team of firefighters rescuing more than dozen dogs from animal shelter. they pulled most of those dogs o out of truck that had stranded by all of the floodwaters there. that area is one of the hardest hit by the flooding from hurricane matthew. in fact, president obama declaring a state of emergency there. as people continue to struggle and cope. part of the water. in north carolina rescue teams desperately trying to reach family trapped by the floods. >> >> it trying to figure out how to get out of here. hundreds this shelter and thousand had to be rescued by boat. all because of hurricane matthew. >> it's the highest i've ever seen it. it's still rising. this truck abandoned on a road that looks more like river. the water so high touches
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houses and businesses not spared. about 22 inch deep inside. >> matthew took out this bridge a jagged edge is only thing left behind. for most of the week north carolina major river are expect to be above the flood stage. the governor warns it can be deadly. if we say the water is coming and don't drive to the water. we mean it. don't go through water. we've had over a result of that. >> the death toll in united states from matthew is now at 34. more than half of those death in north carolina. happening today a man will be charged in first-degree murder with the killing of two police officers. he shot and killed officers hiel they were responding to a domestic disturbance call. felix was taken into custody following the 12-hour stand off. and an autopsy of the man
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police officer last month shows he had drugs in his system when he died. medical examiner said he's tested positive for pcp. he was shot and killed last month after his car broke down. the police officer who shot him was charged with first-degree manslaughter in connection with his death. checking news across country now. two uit willity worker recovering this morning after a huge explosion just outside of chicago. officials say no ones inside of the home at the time o blast. police say this is the second time an explosion has happened in that same building. and surveillance footage shows a samsung phone exploding in hawaii over the weekend. the cloud of smoke that appears following the explosion is the phone. owner say the galaxy note 7 was replacement phone that samsung sent to them after the massive recall last month. samsung stopped selling that phone on monday. new this morning a study shows that cell phones are causing the number of deadly crashes involving teenager
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the study triple a found the number of people killed increased by nearly 10% in the last year. they found the main causes are texting or talking on cell phones while driving and speeding. the study found that parents are actually setting a bad exam physical for their kid. 77% respondent said their parent talk on the phone while behind the wheel. the choking hazard leading to dog food recall. pulling caesar classic filet migon. there's choking risk from hard white pieces of mrplastic. still ahead here on 7 new "today in new england." attacked by a bear in california and living to talk about it. how this man managed to survive. and another pleasant fall day out there today. sunshine. temperatures in the 60s. tomorrow, though changes to talk about in your forecast, coming
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diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
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>> it's 9:45. look at the beautiful city skyline there. the zakim bridge with a building illuminated by the sunshine. illuminating. visual poetry if that's a think. i'm trying to spin as much as i can. it's hard to complain about the weather today.
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temperature currently in boston in the mid 50s. lots of sunshine. dewpoints in the 40s. it's another cool morning. but wasn't quite as cool as yesterday. as in comparison 24 hours ago temperature running 5 to 10 degrees warmer. it will be warmer this afternoon. temperature still pretty close to average. and so far this month we have more blue squares than orange squares. so most days have been below average or average temperature running almost a degree below where temperatures highs around up in the upper 60s where we should be. and by the end of the month the highs should be in the upper 50s. so right now highs should be in the low 60s and we'll be close to that today. outside lots of sunshine as you just saw. clear skies some of these clouds you can see on the radar satellite loop kind of moving out of the area with us this morning and that helped keep things more mild this morning
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lots of sunshine for today. tomorrow we'll change things up. after midnight tonight you notice the cloud coffer overspread the area. then low clouds, fog anden pocket of drizzle for tomorrow morning. and it will be a mostly cloudy day. and then tomorrowening this the front that we'll watch. as this passes by it could also bring with it some light showers. overall doesn't look like the rain will amount to much. and by friday high pressure is back with us and that's g if we fast forward the time line it's a blank map. good news there. hurricane nicole still a category 2 hurricane. and this is expected to impact bermuda tomorrow morning. hurricane warning are in effect. north-northwest at five miles per hour and then it will continue to track north and then northeast as we head into friday and into is weekend. this not going to have impact on
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after tomorrow the forecast looks dry friday and heading into the weekend. for today lots of sunshine pretty average for this time of year. temperatures mid-to-upper 60s. tonight and into tomorrow morning. it's not as cool out there. increasing clouds we could see some pocket of drizzle tomorrow morning. and then some light showers tomorrow evening. pat's game sunday. 1:00 p.m. lots of sunshine. and temperatures in the upper 50s to welcome tom home. weekend looking good. friday and saturday looking good. monday and tuesday could see light showers. >> new this morning a bear attack survivor talking about that scary encounter what big beast. dan richmond released from the hospital less than 24 hours after he said he was attacked by a bear while out jogging in california. he said he encountered one bear while backing away from it he was attacked by another bear.
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suffering some gashs to head and body. it actually put its jaws around the back of my neck. and all i could think of right then okay. the only chance i have the to just be as still as possible. must have been a terrifying or deal after few seconds richmond said the bear just walked away. wildlife officials searched the trail he was on but they haven't found the bears that's terrifying to see. surprise for korean war veteran. friends and family coming together to give him a much-deserved honor.
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>> honoring our veteran unfortunately sometime take longer than it should for colorado air force vet. it's been more than 6 decades since he fought in the korean war. thanks to his family and friend he finally received recognition that's really been long overdue. my daughter is only one not here yet. >> it's supposed to be casual family dinner. >> what in the hell >> that's what al's daughter told him. i got your award from korea. family from all over the country made the trip for a special ceremony. he's giving a much-deserved recognition. the ambassador for peace medal from the republic of korea. the soldier that came to fought for us. we have forever in debt. very surprised. i can't tell you how weak i am in the knees.
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joined the air force. the photo are proof and a little bit embarrassing for the now 83-year-old. >> i'm going to give you a spanking when you get home. that's me and my glory. whennist wild and wicked. he spent 18th birthday not celebrating but fighting in the war. something his daughter wants people to remember. >> i felt he should be known for what he did. and he's always said he would do it again. he spent two air force. said he's no hero just humbled by the recognition. that daughter of mine is something else. it's amazing all right. i don't know if i can eat now. >> i probably sleep with that. >> i bet you will. take a look at that. i never said a beauty thing in my life. >> he's one of more than 100 korean war veterans in colorado to receive an ambassador for peace medal in the last six months. he's pretty happy about it. did you see that smile?
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"today in new england." a strange site for driver in louisiana when several cows got loose on a busy road. >> they had the llama scare a while back. the weather nice today with changes tomorrow to talk about coming up in your forecast. 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 - which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state. join them in voting no on question two. ? at blue cross blue shield of massachusetts, we offer a variety of medicare plans to fit your budget and your lifestyle. with plans starting as low as $0,
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>> bizarre sight in louisiana. you don't see this every day. police chasing around a group o they are on the move right out in the middle of the road. five cows escaped from a trailer after the trailer overturned. you see they were racing down the highway alongside traffic. officers teamed up with professional wranglers to real in the cows. took them all about an hour and a half to track down those cows. for safety we sat down southbound lane we tried to keep those. those cows off the roadway for the safety of the public. and we called in people that were professionals.
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speed dial like emergency cow wranglers. no one was hurt. no cows or humans or cars. >> i think that's when it's good to have maybe a cowboy emergency cowboy on speed dial. >> just on your speed dial. >> do you know where this happens >> indonesia. >> cows are in the road. when the cars pull up to them. you can honk. they just stand there. >> the things you teach us. and the >> totally random. the weather going to be really nice, again, today. this afternoon temperatures in the low 60s along the coast. we'll have an onshore wind and inland that's where temperatures will be in the upper 60s close to 70. so another picture pell fall day on the way tomorrow. a chance to see some light drizzle in the morning and then again tomorrow afternoon. we're near 70. sunshine and upper 50s return friday in the sunshine stays with us through the weekend. have that cow wrangler handy
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thousands of low prices. my stop & shop. 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,
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because whether i'm working with republicans, democrats, or independents, i'm standing up for new hampshire. this morning on "today's take" kevin hart is here rg proving once again why he's the raping king of comedy. then we'll rock out with onerepublic taking our stage with a new song. plus one of the dangerous places on earth. >>nnouncer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on this wednesday morning. it is october 12th, 2016, a lovely crowd of people hanging out there. i'm tamron along with carson and dylan. al -- >> how is al? >> he's doing great. so al is in recovery from his knee surgery, we know.

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