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>> anchor: kelli o'hara is live with breaking details. >> reporter: this is the second time in the past few months that someone has reported getting sick while eating at a sweet green restaurant. the city suggested that restaurant shut down. they've done so. the commissioner says he is not happy. a customer called the city yesterday reporting they ate a bad salad and got sick. the commissioner found a number of violations including the manager not knowing basing food safety rules and that is >> the facts speaks for themselves, we've had a number of situations we think are egregious enough we've taken this action. when we see something like this we get concerned so we deal with it immediately. >> reporter: the company is having a meeting right now inside. that is why you see all the people inside. they're going to have another inspection tomorrow. we're waiting a statement from the company. as soon as we get that we'll give it to you.
>> ryan: out of andover police there are looking for a man who exposed himself near a school. a man was parked near st. augustine elementary school yesterday around noon. students were outside for lunch and recess and the mab allegedly stood outside his car and exposed himself. police are asking anyone with information to give them a call. police are expected to speak about this incident any time. you can see they're setting up the podium. crews are getting ready. he is almost ready to begin. we're going to about what happened and we'll come back and check in when this happens. >> anchor: 7 news turning to flooding in boston. this is what is called king tide. the highest tide of the year. check out this video from the long wharf area along boston harbor. the boston so high people had to wade through it. >> ryan: heading back to andover. the press conference is getting under way. >> we had an unfortunate
seen by our st. augustine students in andover exposing himself at least twice that we're aware of. there were approximately 2-3 students that had viewed this. the students went home, advised their parents later on that night and st. augustine school was notified early this morning in which point they notified the andover police department. this is an unfortunate incident that we hate to see within our community. within a concerns us greatly as the safety and security of our children as well as our community at large is very important to us. and unfortunately, this occurred. we are actively investigating this situation right now. we are seeking the public's help in trying to solve this issue. this incident. >> reporter: so for the
not notified until this morning? >> that's correct, the incident occurred during recess which was approximately noontime. they were' notified when the students returned to school at which point in time, the principal contacted our detective division and notified them of the incident. >> reporter: so the kids -- >> ryan: been listening to the update on andover. a live report coming up at 5: to j.for a check of the forecast. >> reporter: yeah, right now, temperatures are in the 60s. 50s and. 70s, a wide range in temperatures with a warm front that i thought would come through but it got stuck and you know that because if you were up north of the mass pike, sea coast, even the city of boston, much cooler than i was advertising yesterday. temperatures i thought would be near record levels. you can see on the satellite picture too, the clouds.
advancement of the clouds to the north. that's the warm front slowly moving north. so again, connecticut, rhode island, portions of south eastern massachusetts, you got into the sunshine early. because of the that temperatures took off but boston north too little too late. so we say good-bye to the warm front. here comes a cool front. as the cool front comes throuh the winds will be out of the west. that will usher in mild air. so tomorrow looks like we're going to have a partly sunny day. for everyone temperatures will be in the 70s tomorrow. more about that minutes. >> anchor: the countdown to the election is 21 days until voters head to the polls. donald trump continuing to come under fire for his comments about women as his wife comes to his defense. protestors across the country including right here in boston gathered to stand against him. byron barnett is here with more on trump's campaign controversy. >> reporter: donald trump is taking a lot of heat from angry women across country. today he tried to cool some
>> thank you, honey, come here. >> reporter: donald trump trying to show his softer side kissing children in wisconsin after days of fending off attacks on his comments about women. then in colorado trump tried to reassure his core backers. >> together we are going to deliver real change that puts america first. you don't hear that term very much. if i win it's going to be america first every single time, that i can tell you. >> reporter: but in chicago, t continued to make their voices heard. >> hey hey, ho ho -- >> reporter: women forming a human chain around trump tower there. denouncing the rubban nominee. >> dump trump! >> reporter: here in boston anti-trump protestors demonstrated as well. these women say trump's statement about womenqualify him for president. >> it's absolutely unacceptable for someone to be blatantly disrespectful
especially when you are goaling is to run this country. >> reporter: trump's wife melania trying to counter the back lash from the release of the 2005 of trump making lewd comments about women. melania called it boy talk and put the blame on billy bush. >> they were kind of a boy talk, and he was led on like egg on from the host to say >> reporter: the trump campaign says trump invited pat smith whose son was killed in the benghazi attack to be trump's guest tomorrow night in las vegas. i am byron barnett, 7 news. >> ryan: the president called trump's claims of a rigged leaks baseless telling him he needs to stop whining and earn votes. >> president obama: whatever things are going badly for you and you lose
else. then you don't have what it takes to be in this job. i would advise mr. trump to stop whining and go try to make his case to get votes. >> ryan: today hillary clinton is preparing for tomorrow's debate against donald trump. she is facing a controversy after more of her hacked e-mails is released. we have more. >> reporter: as hillary clinton prepares for the final debate in las vegas, she is once again under attack for e. f.b.i. agent who accused a stop state department official of proposing a quid proquo situation. the alleged deal was to resolve a dispute over whether they should lower the classification of a clinton e-mail sent from her private server in change for allowing f.b.i. agents in countries where they're presently forbidden. >> this shows corruption at the highest level. we can't let it happen. >> reporter: but the
state department both say it never happened. >> any really assertion this was somehow tit for tat is insulting. >> reporter: both agencies say an f.b.i. official raised the issue of more agents overseas but the discussion was separate. while trump is blasting clinton for the alleged proposed deal political experts don't think this will be enough towa voters. >> if she was' running against someone who has the capacity for any sustained disciplined campaign against her they could have proven fatal but because he is running from someone -- i don't think this will ever dominate the news. >> >> ryan: stay with us for coverage. dan hausle is in las vegas for tomorrow's final debate. his live reports begin tonight at 11:00. rear' following more news
a pedestrian killed. another hurt after they were hit by a car. the accident happened. the victim is a 65-year-old woman. john cuoco has the latest. >> reporter: a damaged car sits in the street after a deadly wreck in waltham. two men were in a crosswalk but they were hit by a car before 7:00 tuesday morning. >> one male was face down on the rhode island. >> reporter: police say the man on the road was dead. 7 news learned he years old and getting off the bus. other man was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. heart breaking news for people in the areas. >> i would see them almost every morning on their way to the gym. if i'm running a little late i won't see them but most portion i would see them crossing the street. horrible. >> reporter: police believe both men work in the area. >> the area with a lot of office parks. we're trying to determine which direction they were going in the roadway. as far as why they were in
sunday investigation. >> reporter: police and people that live here say this street is known to be busy. >> we asked for a couple of times to have a light put down in here. >> it's a heavily travelled road. pets, cars, and so on. but we have not had major ins accidents as far as accidents go. >> reporter: so i just got on update. the man hit in the crosswalk that was taken to the hospital, he is 70 years old. we're told his condition has been upgraded to serious. as far as the driver we're told he is 60 years old. was impaired and charges are still possible. live in waltham, john cuoco 7 news. >> ryan: police in roxbury are looking for a person of interest after a child is shot. police are asking for the public's help finding the suspected shooter seen here in the pictures. the 2-year-old girl was shot in the back of her father's car and is expected to be ok police say her father was the tart and he is not cooperating. the governor hopes the father will talk to police.
tragedy, but when you are talking about a 2-year-old, and in this particular case the child of the gentleman who was there, having his participation in trying to figure out what happened would be helpful. >> ryan: police say the shooting was gang relate and are asking anyone with information to please come forward. >> anchor: the arredondo family foundation getting a new home. karlos arredondo is the boston marathon bombing who ran to help at the finish line in 2013. the gold star family's nonprofit works to prevent suicide from military veterans and families. a ribbon cutting was held today. >> i've been blessed with the opportunity actually to do what i request in my community in different ways but i learned through the process. >> anchor: the new
25 beach street. >> ryan: a special delivery. a pregnant man thai is headed to florida. she was' staying at the mystic aquarium but is on its way to sea world after it was rescued near falmouth. she is described as a calm endangered species. the international fund for animal welfare had been tracking this manatee for about a month. >> this is outside her normal home range so it was important to get to her before the temperature in the water dropped to below hits about 68 she is compromised. >> reporter: animal welfare personnel decided to taylor to the mystic aquarium for care. there she was' fed 140 pounds of lettuce a day and checked on regularly by a veterinarian. >> she is a chill animal. she doesn't move around too fast. she is melo. so very different than working with a the seems that we have in the rehab. clinic. >> reporter: preparing her for the journey to warmer
>> it was like a two for one. we saved two animals, so it was that much sweeter. >> reporter: offices are trying to complete their mission to get her down south. together the u.s. coast guard worked with sea world to get her a one-way ticket to florida. wash burn will stay at sea world before being released into the mild. she will become a mother in the spring. >> anchor: why one of the most deck rated athletes of all time stopped by the hub. >> ryan: a custody after a standoff with police in new hampshire. >> anchor: at 5:00 ready to run, a former red sox pitcher making a big announcement about his future in politics. that is all coming up on 7
s. >> ryan: the city of boston getting the gold medal treatment. olympic gold medalist michael phelps mobbed by a crowd. he led hundreds on a run >> anchor: they're in town for the forbes under 30 summit. victoria warren has details from boston. >> the man you came to see michael phelps, -- >> reporter: a crowd so thick it was more a race to take selfies than run with him. >> let's make sure no one gets hurt. >> reporter: hundreds showed up on the esplanade to try to keep up with the greatest olympian of all time. >> i got to touch him and take a picture of him. it was cool.
expected. >> anchor: and a lot faster even out of the water it's part of the forbes under 30 summit and he took at harvard business school about about his drive and success. >> being able to finish in 2016 with 28 not sure if i'll ever be able to wrap my head around that -- >> reporter: a marching band and college swimmers turning out excited to be a part of it. >> been amazing, so many awesome people. inspiring people. >> reporter: the forbes under 30 summit has been bringing in several high profile names. been taking place throughout boston throughout the week. it wraps up tomorrow. victoria warren, 7 news. >> ryan: coming up here, teaming up to help students, the patriots and the united way working togethers for a great cause. >> reporter: clearing skies this evening. a mild day tomorrow. forecast for mid week up next. >> anchor: a race to the
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anchor: the patriots teaming up with united way for the hometown huddle. matthew slater and richard took time to make over the outdoor areas at sara greenwood elementary school in dorchester. they joined kids in an event to keep them active as part of the nfl's play 60 fitness initiative. he hopes kids follow their dreams. >> i want the kids definitely to have hope in their future and have a vision for themselves as they go throughout school and they work towards something. just be working towards
big to dream. i hope they understand that and young people the future is theirs. >> anchor: the patriots charitable foundation presented the school with a check for $5,000 to buy equipment for its physical education programs. >> ryan: it was a gloomy start but things are slowly changing. this is the view, we're socked in by the clouds, but further south, what are we talking about? braintree, the sun this is what we've been dealing with. >> reporter: it has been one ever those days where south ever town the warm front lived up to its hype. we made it to the 70s to around 80 but boston north, a lot of sundays now back into the clouds with an east wind at 9 miles-an-hour, norwood 76. plymouth at 76. north and west of town the clouds you own them for the rest of the afternoon that. is you why are not going to
white coloring on the screen. those were the low clouds. again slowly retreating to the north. that's the warm front slowly moving north. i thought that would have come through a little quicker. in october it can be challenging to push a warm front through new england. i thought that would come through with greater ease than what it did. because of that, temperatures came up well short of that near record high that i thought would happen. here is the warm front right here. then weo front on the map. another band of clouds and sprinkles. so this cool front will come through late tonight and tomorrow morning. blind that cool front there is not a lot of cool air. so i do think tomorrow we're going for some of you especially north of boston going to be a warmer day. for others just as warm. plymouth. new bedford, into the 70s tomorrow. mild, temperatures north of town hold in the upper 50s, south of town upper 50s to the low 60s.
front but it's a day where i think we see clearing skies happen by midday w. a west wind developing tomorrow, that is the difference. there will be a stronger westerly wind tomorrow. so on a west wind it's easier to warm up. boston tomorrow afternoon 78. norwood 79. lakeville 78. merrimack valley to the upper 70s tomorrow. worcester hills, partly sunny, fitchburg 76. kean, jaffrey low 70s, on the cape and the islands upper 60s to the mid 70s. have records. records tomorrow are in the 80's we're talking about mid to upper 70s, it's a breezy mild day tomorrow. less humid as well. thursday back into the clouds. that's another cold day. with a scattering of showers, low 60s another round of showers on friday. perhaps even a couple of downpours and we'll keep our fringers crossed for the drought we need to get out of but possibility is there we pick up a half inch to an inch of beneficial rain
temperatures only in the 50s. see you at 4:30. >> ryan: a check of the ride home with matt with a check of the traffic. >> reporter: tough going on the leverett connector both directions this afternoon. overon the zakim bridge you are moving well north although further up you will be slow from assembly square up past commerce way. southbound need you are moving okay across the zakim. further back you are heavy on the lower deck. route 1 north jammed through saugus, you past route 60 then approaching lynn fells parkway. southbound side of route 1 is moving okay. expressway south, you won't know it. you will be heavy on the expressway out of the o'neil tunnel down by the south bay shopping center then you will hit it again by the neponset circle. you will be on the brakes further up to the tunnel. check the dry on the expressway from the o'neil tunnel to the split pap 30 minute dry. past that from the split to
>> ryan: today we find out who did it better. >> anchor: could bri eggers come out on top. brie took on brad in a pedestriani cab driving challenge, they had to drive through an obstacle course. here are the results. brie winning in convincing fashion, she finished with 73% of the brad received just 27%. and next week brie is taking care of a baby. baby doll. she goes one on one with celtics star jay crowder for a baby boot camp challenge. we'll see who leaves crying for their mommy. >> ryan: that's going to be good. brie is awesome. tense hours after reports of gunfire. police swarm and secure -- surround a home. >> anchor: stealing
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news at 4:30. >> in candia, new hampshire, ends with a suspect sur renterring to police. the suspect is a woman. >> anchor: a 12-year-old girl was also inside at the time. steve cooper has more on what happened. >> i heard that there was a 12-year-old child in the house, i knew that it was my brother's house. >> reporter: tense moments at home here on north ride in candia, new hampshire just after 38 --le with there morning.