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>> sarah: we begin at noon with breaking news. the f.b.i. investigating a deadly plane crash in east hartford, connecticut. >> there are rts so far, investigators are not confirming that information. one person was killed in the crash. >> kris: according to a "new york times" report, the pilot told investigators this was not an accident. victoria warren is live at the scene with the very latest. we heard from some officials there. >> reporter: that's right, kris. we heard from the east hartford police department. they are very clear they were not going to be confirming what the "new york times" is reporting.
ones who invite in the f.b.i. this crash was dangerously close to a national defense manufacturer. a fiery plane crash in east hartford, connecticut. but now a question about whether this was an accident or deliberate. >> no situation is being ruled out. no circumstances are being ruled out. >> reporter: the "new york times" reporting the surviving pilot told investigators this was no accident. now the feds are involved. >> the f.b.i. was called by us infrastructure surrounding the area. >> we are located next-door to pratt & whitney which is obviously involved in the aerospace industry and things of that nature. report tt crash in the shadow of the defense manufacturer described as critical infrastructure. it wasn't damaged. s if unclear who was in control of the plane. the surviving pilot or the student who didn't make it out alive. >> being a twin-engine aircraft, there is two controllers in such a plane. and either one of the two
as to who was specifically at the controls at the time of impact, i do not have that. >> reporter: the crash survivor was brought to the hospital with burns on his body. police say he is expected to be okay. and he is speaking with the f.b.i. live from east hartford, victoria warren, 7 news. >> sarah: thank you very much. also breaking at this hour. a police chase through several towns coming to an end in randolph. sky 7 over the scene there. jonathan hall is live at randolph police station with the very latest. >> reporter: we just spoke to the police chief here. and we are getting a bit of information. they have a man named james joyce under arrest. he is from halifax, apparently. he may have taken fast car... take an car that he wasn't supposed to use and then took off in it. there was a police chase that ensued. this went through the towns of brockton, halifax and here in randolph. ended with a crash on route 28 with this guy losing a wheel
the car spun out and made contact with a randolph police cruiser who does have some minor damage to the front push bar. james joyce is being treated at a local hospital. apparently no, one else injured. after this pretty crazy chase. at times, reaching moderate speeds. the speeds in randolph were not high, they say. once again, a young man in his 30's named james joyce under arrest. after smashing up his chevy. we are live in randolph, jonathan hall, 7 news. >> kris: a man accused in an attack in the south end appearing in court today. this man climbed through a window and then attacked her and her roommate. nicole oliverio is in boston with the very latest. nicole? >> reporter: well, we can tell you police were able to make such a quick arrest because that suspect allegedly left a medication bottle inside the bedroom of one of the victims. two women tied up. one of them raped. when police say a complete stranger broke into their south end apartment klining in
ronald brown faced charges of home invase, kidnapping and rape. >> charged with breaking into an apartment where two people were. tied both of them up. raped one of them. f >> reporter: brown listened to the charges with his face covered for identification issues. police say the disturbing assault happened tuesday morning around 4:00 in the south end on clarendon street near columbus avenue. chang liu lives in the building where the attacked happened and saw investigators collecting e door. the detective came and talked to me. i told them basically, i didn't hear anything. >> reporter: police found out about the crime nearly 12 hours later. one of the victims was at a nearby hospital. officers arrested brown just before 3:00 this morning. in court, there were few details about what happened, but prosecutors called it an attempted burglary. >> i'm glad the police worked so quickly. they were able to get this guy off the streets.
>> reporter: women who live in the building frightened and looking for answers. >> i want to know about the motive and how that happened. i definite live want to look into security measures. >> reporter: now, brown is a registered sex offender. prosecutors say he is currently living at the pine street inn. has a lengthy criminal history including a rape conviction. he is being heldnal dangerousness hearing on friday. we are live in boston, nicole oliverio, 7 news. >> nancy: a restaurant located on the second-floor of the complex there that house it is hampton beach casino ball room, two firefighters had minor injuries. and the cause of the fire is under investigation. >> kris: the patriots looking ahead to the first home game of the year with tom brady at quarterback. the pats head coach bill belichick speaking to the
today. >> i don't know right now. we are trying to get the team ready to play the bengals. they are a really good football team. it would be a great question to ask him. i don't know. >> how has it been having him back with the team the last week and a half? >> it's good. he has been with this team a long time. >> kris: good? how about very good? tom brady was named the afc offensive player of the wee career. so money for rust, right? brady is looking ahead to the bengals now. a team he believes will be a tougher challenge. >> they have a good scheme. you know, that's proven to win over a lot of years. they have won their division two of the last three years which is a tough division to play. in it is a very, you know, tough team. they are very talented. there has been a lot of guys on that team that are still there. the coach talked about their continuity.
certainly, with the players that they have kept and committed to. they run a good scheme. it is very disciplined. you know, they play hard. and you know, they are going to give us everything they've got. >> kris: not all the questions involved football. the last one thrown at brady was as a parent, what he thought about donald trump's locker room talk recently. brady politely thanked the crowd and stepped ap way from the podium. >> nancy: a live look at the boston skyline right now. clear fall day. perfect for leaf-peeping or apple-picking. the question is how long will we be able to enjoy this weather? danielle gerrish standing by with the answers. >> danielle: you can enjoy it today. tomorrow, not so much. the nice weather returning for the weekend. that is the important part. outside right now, clear skies. as you saw. lots of sunshine. this afternoon, along the coast, temperatures will top out in the low 60's. and inland, upper 6's. some spots getting close to 70 degrees. so part of the reason we are
on-shore wind. the winds are nice and calm fbs. they will stay that way throughout the day today. tomorrow, here are those changes i was talking about, though. more cloud cover. the clouds are going to increase after midnight tonight. and then tomorrow morning, we have the chance to see some drizzle for some of you tomorrow morning. and then we will watch a front pass over late tomorrow evening. tomorrow afternoon into tomorrow evening. that could bring some showers with it. temperatures are going to be warmer. it won't be as pretty of a day. and then the pattern will get back to sunshine on friday. up. back to you guys. >> nancy: two suspects in a virginia court today. joshua hart and his girlfriend britney smith were arrested over the weekend. they are facing murder charges. they are now expected to be arraigned in orange district court on friday. 95-year-old thomas hardy was murdered during a home invasion last week. his wife, 77-year-old joanna fisher was severely injured in the attack.
the deadly attack. police are also looking for the man suspected in an attempted sexual assault in mission hill. the man seen in the surveillance footage tried to sexually assault woman near fitzgerald park in roxbury saturday afternoon. according to police, the man pushed the woman to the frowned before he ran away. >> kris: a high-speed police chase ending with an arrest on i-93 in manchester last night. police say this driver, was speeding through a construction zone in londonderry hour in a 55-mile-per-hour zone. and he was in a stolen truck. police used spike strips to stop that vehicle. the truck's tire debris scattered all across the road during the chase. and the rim sparks caused several small brush fires. the truck then crashed into the median. he is being held in the merrimack house of corrections. >> nancy: police in medford are looking for the driver who killed a pedestrian in a hit-and-run. this happened in wellington circle back in september.
believed to be a silver or gray hondaive is wick large black scuff marks under the right brake light. new details now on the suspect accused of planting bombs in new york city and new jersey. he was hurt in a shoot-out with police last month in lyndon, new jersey. he set off bombs in new york city as well as new jersey fbs. he is being charged with five counts of attempted murder of police. the blast in new york city injured more than 20 people. >> kris: we are now 27 days away from election day. donald trump clashing with prominent republicans now, including house speaker paul ryan. and with just weeks to go before the election, the f.b.i. is now investigating russia's role in the latest wikileaks dumps of democratic campaign e-mails. donald trump overnight in must-win florida. in his words, unshackled and unloading on hillary clinton. >> did you see hillary today? did everybody see the debate?
>> reporter: dismissing the impact of the lewd access hollywood tape, a program owned by nbc universal, telling bill o'reilly. >> a lot of women come up to me and said, boy, i have heard a lot worse than that over my life. >> reporter: president obama weighing in for the first time with a blast. >> you have to be a decent human being to say that's not right. >> reporter: trump escalated a war against house speaker >> i wouldn't want to be in a fox hole with a lot of these people. including paul ryan. >> i do believe that republican leaders should join millions of americans and support the republican nominee for president. >> reporter: thousands of hacked e-mails from clinton campaign chairman john podesta's account, e-mails not independently authenticated by nbc news that have trump on the attack. >> woip is amazing. the suffer the that is coming up.
and other groups leaking hacked e-mails are working with russia and now podesta says it is being done to help donald trump. >> i have been contacted by the f.b.i. they are investigating the matter. >> reporter: the controversy overshadowing hillary clinton's first campaign event with al gore. >> i can't wait to have al gore advising me when i am president of the united states! together in florida, the state that cost gore the presidency. >> your vote really, really, really counts. you can consider me as an exhibit a of that truth. report tt final debate will take place on wednesday, october 19 in las vegas. >> nancy: the wife of tim kaine will be in new hampshire today to campaign for hillary clinton and talk about her plan for early childhood education.
about klintson's and kaine's plans for the economy. the race for the white house shaping up in new hampshire. 7 news teaming up with umass-lowell for an exclusive poll to see what voters think, with everything that's going on right now. see those results thursday night at 11:00. >> kris: coming up, why uncovering past problems with your child's day care provider is more difficult than you might think. hank investigates their hidden histories. >> nancy: and what a win. the cubs securing a spot in the national league championship series. >> kris: plus, lying low. why mcdonald's is hiding their iconic pitchman. ? ? on social security and medicare, these are the facts. kelly ayotte voted for deep cuts
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the wind not blowing too hard. and it is beautiful out. >> nancy: i know. this time of year makes me feel a little bit sad. i know that winter is right around the corner. i'm always thinking ahead. but today, this whole week, actually, this makes me appreciate fall. >> danielle: no. we don't think about that yet. live in the present. enjoy it. 60 outside right now. it is picture-perfect. it was yesterday, too. we will continue that pattern into today. dew points in the upper 40's. those winds are on-shore. because of that, temperatures cooler today. 24-hour temperature change. not huge. if anything, a little bit warmer today. if you like yesterday, you may even like today. a little bit more. so in october, september, october, my brain is going crazy there. average temperatures have been a little bit below where we should be. by the end of the month, average high temperatures are in the upper 50's. we are warmer than that today. by the weekend, we will actually be there. lots of sunshine out there for your wednesday. we had some high clouds over us this morning.
morning temperatures more mild than they were yesterday. we had some changes on the way. lots of sunshine today. heading into the overnight hours, we will start to see the cloud cover increase. then tomorrow morning, a good chance many of you waking up to the low clouds and fog, even some spotty drizzle around the area. as we head into tomorrow evening, right around dinnertime, we will watch this front. that could bring some light showers with it as well. but then that moves out of here. as we head int is cool air behind that front. so it will start to feel cooler out there. but the sunshine returns. and it stays with us as we head into the weekend. so good news there. still watching hurricane nicole. still a category two hurricane. and it is expected to impact we are hue da tomorrow. won't have any impact on us. hurricane warnings in effect for bermuda and then heading into the weekend, the storm will move off to the northeast and out to sea. after tomorrow, our forecast
any rain we do see will be tomorrow. for today, temperatures pretty close to average. very nice day. 64-68. tonight, the cloud cover increases. notice the temperatures overnight tonight. and into tomorrow morning. much more mild than they have been because of that cloud cover. and that chance for some drizzle. tomorrow, temperatures near 70. it is a warmer day but it is a cloudier day. it is not going to be picture-perfect out there. sunday, pats game. never too early to start thinking about the weekend. that is when those temperatures, as i was talking 50's. so a nice weekend ahead. those winds a little gusty on friday. upper 50's saturday. into sunday. then maybe some light showers monday and tuesday. >> kris: all right. still ahead, a day care dilemma. what you may not know that is troubling some parents. hank investigates when we come back. i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools,
inboro, an unsupervised child wandered out the door. in bridgewater, allegations of child rape. in dorchester, a two-year-old falls off the roof and dies. when she searched on-line for official inspection info, she found nothing. >> i feel like i was completely in the dark. >> reporter: unlike new hampshire, connecticut, and maine, massachusetts does not provide day care inspection records on-line. experts say in these days of instant access looking for day care history should not be hitting information road-blocks. >> there is something broken in the system. >> reporter: how broken? the state's early education and care web site instructs parents to call the eec regional licensing office for your area. so we did. >> just like a parent. . >> do you have day care inspection reports? >> making inquiries about eight different day cares. three times we were properly given inspection history. >> great. thank you.
would need a subpoena to get information. >> a subpoena in that is wrong. and four times, no one from the state ever returned our call. i'm looking for information about a couple of day cares. when we as channel 7 asked for the reports from those day cares, they revealed a hidden history parents would have wanted to know. no criminal background checks. child left alone. not enough adults. not enough supervision. when the parents are left in the dark, where does >> it could leave the children at risk. >> reporter: does your day care have a hidden history? even if you try your best to find out, you may never know. >> there are people out there who are putting their child through programs that aren't good. and this information could be life-saving. >> reporter: when we asked the state why inspection reports aren't on-line now, they would only say federal law requires they start posting by november,
past records will not be included. so some day cares will still have hidden histories. in the newsroom, i'm hank phillippi ryan. >> nancy: next on 7: for men. >> nancy: next on 7: for men. cover girl 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. 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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be the new face of cover girl. as its first male ambassador. charles says one part of the new role will be appearing in a television commercial. he went viral after his school picture went on-line and people just said how flawless it looked. >> kris: we have much more to come on 7 news at noon. including the latest on a plane crash in connecticut. reports now that it was no accident. >> danielle: picture-perfect weather out there today. some changes in the weather >> kris: a local police department taking a clown craze very seriously. we will show you the message
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>> nancy: a deadly plane crash in east hartford, connecticut. there are reports it may have been intentional so. far, investigators are not commenting on that. one person on that plane was killed in the crash. >> kris: the pilot who survived told investigators that apparently, this was not an accident. 7's victoria warren has the very latest. >> reporter: fiery plane crash in east hartford, connecticut. now a question about whether this was an accident or deliberate. >> no situation is being ruled out. no circumstances are being ruled out. report t "new york times" reporting the surviving pilot told investigators this was no accident. now the feds are involved. >> the f.b.i. was called by us initially. by virtue of the infrastructure surrounding the area. we are located right next-door to pratt & whitney which is obviously involved in the
report tt crash in the shadow of that aerospace defense manufacturer, described as critical infrastructure: it wasn't damaged. it is still unclear who was in control of the plane. the surviving pilot or the student who didn't make it out alive. >> being a twin-engine aircraft, there is two sets of controllers in such a plane. and either one of the two occupants at any time, had the ability to control that plane. as to who was specifically at the controls at the time of impact, i do not have that. >> reporter: police tell us thur body. he was brought to the hospital. he is expected to be okay. and he is speaking with the f.b.i. in east hartford, victoria warren, 7 news. >> kris: a man accused in an attack in the south end appearing in court. a woman says this man climbed through the window and attacked her and her roommate. >> reporter: two women tied up, one of them raped. when police say a complete stranger climbed through a window. in court, the 52-year-old
oferl home invasion, kidnapping and rape. >> charged with breaking into an apartment where two people were, tying both of them up and raping one of them. >> reporter: brown dressed in a white jumpsuit listened to the charges with his face covered for identification issues. police say the disturbing assault happened tuesday morning around 4:00 in the south end on clarendon street near columbus avenue. chang liu lives in the building where the attack happened and saw investigators checking everest from the home last night. >> the door. the detective came and talked to me. i told him basically, i didn't hear anything. >> reporter: police found out about the crime nearly 12 hours later. one of the victims was at a nearby hospital. officers arrested brown just before 3:00 this morning. in court, there were few details about what happened. but prosecutors called it an attempted burglary. >> i'm glad that the police worked so quickly. we were able to get this guy right away and get him off the streets.
the building frightened and looking for answers. >> i want to know about the motive and how the hell that happened. i want to look into security measures. >> reporter: police were able to track down brown quickly. they say he left a medication bottle inside one of the bedrooms of the victim. he was found at the pine street inn and being held without bail until a dangerousness hearing on friday. in boston, nicole oliverio, 7 news. >> nancy: a breaking out at this morning at the purple urchin seaside cafe. crews battled the fire for an hour before bringing it under control, finally. the restaurant is located on the second floor of the complex which house it is hampton beach casino ball room. two firefighters had minor injuries. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >> kris: the patriots head coach bill belichick speaking to the media during his weekly news conference at gillette stadium earlier today.
we are just trying to get the team ready to play the bengals. they are a really good football team. it would be a great question to ask him. >> kris: well, tom grade not wasting any time bringing in accolades. he was named the afc offensive player of the week for the 26th time in his career. the n.f.l. picked to honor him after sunday's home victory against browns. brady is glad to be back. >> they have a good scheme. you know, it is proven to win. you know, over a lot of years. they have won their division two the last few years. that is a tough division to play in. it is a very tough team, you know. they are talented. there's been a lot of guys on that team in 2014 that are still there. the coach talked about their continuity. and their organization. certainly, with the players that they have, you know, kept and committed to. they run a good scheme. it is very disciplined: they
to give us everything they got. >> kris: talking about the bengals game on sunday. the last question they will throw at brady, was brady as a parent. what did he think about donald trump's locker room talk? brady politely thanked the crowd and stepped away from the podium without answering. >> nancy: a live look look at the boston skyline. still looking gorgeous out there. 60 degrees now in the city of boston. >> danielle: the second the sun comes up, those cool mornings really starting a thing of the past. and this morning, it wasn't quite as chilly out there as it was yesterday morning. lts of sunshine on the way for today. actually, it's already out there. the sunshine going to stay with us throughout the day today. tomorrow, though, is when we will start to see some changes. this afternoon, 63 in boston. 67 in framingham. 62 up in marblehead. and those low to mid-60's out along the cape. another pleasant day. the winds are calm. they are on shore. that is why it is a little cooler along the coast. changes tomorrow as i
the best chance tomorrow afternoon. excuse me. tomorrow morning. then tomorrow evening, as a cold front moves overhead. nonetheless, these showers aren't going to amount to much. not going to put a dent in the drought. as we head into friday and saturday, high pressure is back with us. and the sunshine returns. temperatures a little cooler, though, in the upper 50's. more on the forecast coming up. >> nancy: danielle, thank you. more news today: a deadly crash in natick late last night on speen street. you see the front of the car just smashed in. police the victim from the car and performed cpr before first responders arrived. the man however, was pronounced dead at the hospital. driver of the other car was not injured, though. a rhode island radio station lucky to be on the air this morning. after a driver crashed right through the side of the station. the driver was seriously injured in the crash at news talk radio 1380 in woonsocket. the building was heavily damaged. the station's operations were not interrupted. the driver with a close call in sterling.
through the windshield of the car. the driver was able to walk away with only minor injuries. the police department posting these pictures on facebook yesterday. they say that branch fell just a few more inches to the left, it could have been a much different outcome. >> kris: very lucky. more than a hundred people calling for change. a vigil in porter square for a cyclist who was killed in cambridge. people left candles and flowers around a white bicycle placed where the deadly crash happened last week. from lexington died when he was hit by a track or the-trailer in porter square last wednesday. no charges have been filed. >> nancy: police in dartmouth addressing the recent clown craze sweeping the country. officers say it is no laughing matter. >> hey, you the clown that was scaring the kids back there? >> maybe i was! maybe i wasn't! what are you going to do about it? what are you going to do about it? tough guy. huh?
>> nancy: the officer brings in serious back-up. you see them there. a whole group of officers filing out of the cruiser one by one. similar to the way clowns, of course, file out of the clown car. clown incidents have become a problem around the world. not just here in the united states. >> kris: mcdonald's iconic mascot, ronald mcdonald is keeping a lower profile. kim khazei has more. >> reporter: he is arguably one of the most reck nissable american icons. >> i hope your day is fantabulous. >> reporter: tonight, ronald mcdonald is in hiding. the latest victim of the clown frenzy. mcdonald's says their mass cots is lying low, being mindful about the current climate around clown sightings. sightings that have gone global now. scotland yard in london with multiple reports of so-called killer clowns. in australia, police are patrolling schools. tensions growing by the day.
clown threats and photos. in detroit, a clown was caught clinging to the back of a bus. and an 11-year-old in minnesota says he was chaseled by a clown carrying a butcher knife. three teens were picked up there. >> don't get caught up in this craze with this clown stuff. >> reporter: most of the sightings are copy-cat hoaxes, sigh costs say they are now treating anxiety in children of all ages as a result of them. in dartmouth, police put out this psa. >> remember, if you want to act like a clown, we have no problem treating you like one. >> reporter: a reminder that police are taking every incident seriously in a creepy clown craze that is out of control. i'm kim khazei, 7 news. >> kris: the clown hoaxes have led to dozens of arrests across the country. including two teenagers in massachusetts. >> nancy: the water, meantime, continues rise in north carolina. so does the death toll after hurricane matthew. the situation is far from over.
>> >> reporter: we are here in goldsboro, north carolina. the city is seeing historic flooding. worse than what they say from hurricane floyd back in 1999. now, the water you see behind me here, as far as the eye can see, this is north carolina street. about three feet of water. and this water is coming from the river which is about a mile f away. hundreds of homes have been evacuated. more than 200 waters rescues since saturday. another challenge that is making it difficult for first responders and emergency personnel. to get the help to places where they need it. governor mccrory has been giving daily updates to the media. here is what he had to say this morning. >> if you are anywhere around the three rivers, stay away from the water. whether you are walking or riding, in a car. do not get near the water. it will kill you.
had to leave their flooded homes, there is help. the american red cross has set up more than 60 shelters across eastern north carolina. sheltering 3,000 people. all of this water that is hitting goldsboro from the river. that will move downstream and there are several river communities that could see historic flooding from the aftermath of hurricane matthew. formally charged with first-degree murder in connection with the killing of two police officers in california. police say the 26-year-oldion felix shot and killed those officers. >>. jose vega and listens while responding to a domestic disturbance call. >> nancy: an autopsy of the man shot and killed by a police officer last month in tulsa shows he had drugs in his system when he died. the medical examiner say the man's blood tested positive
>> kris: comcast is getting fined $2.3 million for charging customers for things they didn't order. like extra cable boxes. and premium channels. the fcc says comcast must ask customers before charging them for the new services or equipment and they say the company needs to make it easier for customers to fight charges wrong. this is the largest civil fine ever for a cable operator. >> nancy: ahead on 7 news, family and friends showing support. an air force veteran gets the recognition he deserves decades later. >> danielle: lots of sunshine. low to mid-60's right now. the pattern changes tomorrow. the pattern changes tomorrow. ? ? on social security and medicare,
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>> kris: ready nice fall day out there today. 6's, sunshine. can't beat that. >> nancy: absolutely perfect for cider doughnut, danielle. >> danielle: totally. lunch outside maybe. we don't have too many of those days left. take advantage of them. it was nice today. yesterday, too. our high yesterday, 59. it will be a little warmer than that today. you may even like today a little more than yesterday. tomorrow, though, we are going to change up the pattern a
back to sunshine. just in time for the weekend. good timing there. current temperatures outside, most spots in the low to mid-60's. 60 in boston. 62 in plourt. 62 in beverly. those low 6's out along the cape as well. a pleasant afternoon. the winds are nice and calm. they are on-shore for the most part. that is why it is a little cooler along the coast today. temperatures inland, some will get close to 70 by this afternoon. here is a look at not much to see here. nothing but sunshine today. a lot like yesterday. but we will see those changes tomorrow. so throughout the day today, not much going to change. as i mentioned. but as we head into the overnight hours, midnight tonight, starting to see the cloud cover increase. then tomorrow morning, when you wake up, we will wake up to some patchy fog, low clouds. even some drizzle for some of you. the morning commute, a little icky for tomorrow. and throughout the day, it will stay mostly cloudy.
that we will watch. and this is when we could see the second chance to see some showers, some light showers still for tomorrow. by friday, though, you notice behind that front, we are clearing things out. and the air behind that front is actually cooler. we are going to cool down as well. high pressure staying over us friday into the weekend. and it is looking like a really pleasant weekend. any plans you do have for the weekend should shape up nicely. out in the atlantic, we are watching hurricane nicole. a category two hurricane: bermuda. this is where this hurricane will impact heading into tomorrow. because of the hurricane warnings are in effect. so it will move over bermuda. probably tomorrow morning as a category two storm before it tracks northeast and out to sea. heading into the weekend, looking dry for saturday and friday as well and your sunday. today, 64-68.
there to enjoy as well. bull overnight tonight, we will start to see those changes, the clouds increase. and temperatures overnight into tomorrow morning, going to be much more mild than they have been. because of that cloud cover. and those drizzly conditions. so for tomorrow, even we are close to 70 degrees again. so it is a mild day. mostly cloudy day. with some light scattered showers. by the weekend. and by the pats game on sunday. things looking good. temperatures in the upper 50's. with sunshine tom brady returns to gillette for the first time this season. gusty winds as well. out of the north on friday. 15-20 miles per hour. then saturday, sunday, pleasant. maybe some light showers to take a look at monday into tuesday. >> kris: all right, danielle. thanks so much. new research out and it is raising calcium concerns. half of americans take supplements. there is new evidence that shows that supplements may be bad for your heart. researchers at johns hopkins found people who took calcium
develop plaque in their coronary arteries than those who did not take the supplement. eating calcium-rich foods actually protected the heart. still not clear yet why supplements are linked to heart damage. the body may be unable to process the larger amounts they suggest talking to your doctor to determine the safe dosage. >> nancy: tim tebow racing to the rescue on the baseball diamond. the former can be... quarterback helped a fan who had a seizure. signing autographs. this man collapsed. tebow leaned over, touched the fan, said a prayer and then soon after, witnesses say the man stood up feeling a lot better, actually. >> kris: as if you didn't need another reason to like tim tebow. >> nancy: i know. >> kris: coming up, on the move, traffic gets tied up on the louisiana highway. this had nothing to do with
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>> kris: honoring our veterans. unfortunately, sometimes it takes a little longer than maybe it should. for a colorado air force veteran, it has been more than six decades since he fought in the korean war. >> nancy: thanks to his family and friends, he finally received the recognition that has been long overdue. it was supposed to be a casual family dinner. at least that is what al's daughter told them. i korea. >> nancy: family from all over the country made the trip to colorado for a special ceremony. al is getting a much deserved recognition. the ambassador for peace medal from the republic of korea. >> he was 17 years old when he joined the air force.
little embarrassing for the now 83-year-old. >> someone give you spanking when you get home. that is me in my glory. when i was wild and wicked. >> nancy: he spent his 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. he has always said he would do it again. >> nancy: he spent two decades in the air force. he says he is no hero. st recognition. >> pretty cool, huh? >> that daughter of mine is something else. that is amazing. i don't know if i can eat now. yeah. i'll probably sleep with that. take look at that, man. i never had such a beautiful thing in my life. >> nancy: he seems like a character, doesn't he? he is one of more than a hundred people to receive an ambassador for peace medal in the last six months. >> kris: neat story there. strange sight for drivers in
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hampshire. >> kris: all right. when these guys get in your way, you probably want to get out of there. a louisiana highway. of cows on the move in the middle of the road. five of the cows escaped from a trailer when it overturned. they went racing down the highway right alongside traffic, holding up traffic, in some points. officers teamed up with professional ranglers to reel in the cows. and took them about an hour and a half to track them all down, finally. >> we sat down. the southbound lanes. we tried to keep those cows off the roadway for the safety of the public. we called in people that were
>> kris: good news here. no one was hurt. people, or cows. >> nancy: what is their beef? that is the one you came up with. >> danielle: he is udderly disappointed. they are moovind way too fast. they were moving too fast. clear skies out there today. temperatures pleasant. in the low to mid-60's. another nice day. we will change up the p the morning. and some light showers later on in the afternoon. >> nancy: all right. thanks, danielle. thank you for joining us today. i'm nancy chen. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. 7 news continues first at 4:00. have a great afternoon. see you then. ? ? on social security and
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