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>> a lewd act right near an elementary school what police say one man did as they searched for a suspect. and a teen tragedy ement barked in high school freshman killed when a car slams into his bike. and the candidates taking the stage together one last time. the controversy surrounding both campaigns just hours before tonight's everybody. i'm christa delcamp. it's a busy day of news. we'll have top stories in a moment. first we have to talk about the crazy warm temperatures for the month of october. here's bri eggers. we give you credit for this next weather. wince segot blame yesterday. we take credit today and warmth across board. yesterday a beach day across the south boston points north. right now closing in on 70 across the board with southwesterly breeze. the brees will die down as we
right now with bigger pictures we have cold front off to northwest that sweeps through. it's a weak cool front and doesn't bring us showers. i think more sunshine in store for the afternoon. 74 to 81 but the taste of summer doesn't stick around. fall is back for the weekend as well as some much-needed rain. more details to come in a bit. bri, let's turn things over to danielle gersh with the traffic. let's head outside. here's a look at the expressway. not moving too fast. before the o'neill tunnel northbound on the expressway at southhampton street. that's slowing things down there. also slow around the braintree split. 24 stop and go back to brockton. symptom and go heading into town on the pike as well. you're slow on route 2. loud 3 not as bad. 93 after you crossover 128 that's when you hit the brakes and stop and go into boston on route one. let's look at the drive times if you get ready to head tout door. half an hour on the expressway.
there. 19 minutes from 128. 93128 to zakim bridge, 27 minutes this morning. the t running on schedule. back to you. the search is on after a school scare in andover. police say a man exposed himself to students near a playground and this was at an elementary school. both students and parents in this community are on edge. and they are certainly on alert. here's victoria warren with the latest from andover. disgust and worry i andover. >> i think it's outrageous. i think it's wrong. >> parents at saint augustobstruction of justice school on the lookout after students say they saw a man pull into a parking lot and then pull down his shorts. he exposed himself away point he kov yerd back up picked up the cell phone pretended he was speaking on it turned around and then exposed himself at least a second time. it was mop kay in front of a small group of student between
happened at lunch time during recess and police say the children told their parents monday night and the parents told that's when police got involve and they know police know what's happening asking them to have tough conversations with their kids >> what do you say there's a bad man. you don't want to scare them. you have to be smart with your words. and unfortunately i feel like i've said things to my daughter that maybe fly parent wouldn't have said to me because we live in the different world andover police promising extra patrols in the area. they are also going to be looking for surveillance video from nearby businesses trying to get a better description of this man. because right now the only description they have the that he's a young slender man who is driving a black or silver car. in andover, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." the election countdown standing at just 20 days now. and tonight another milestone on the campaign trail as the final
there's controversies surrounding both campaign. here's 7 dan hausle with the latest from las vegas. sometimes the crazies bite. sometimes they don't bite. the undercover video produced by discredited james appear to show democratic operative hired violence. honestly it nod hard to get some of these [beep] off. >> the man in the video no longer working on the campaign. the clinton campaign denying the allegations and statement saying while project has been known to offer misleading video out of context some of the language and tactics referenced in the video are troubling even as a theory or proposal never excuted. clinton is also dealing with more fallout from the stolen
on tuesday new messages one where campaign calls bernie sanders a dufus. in another he list potential running mates in what he call food groups dividing them by race and gender. on the list bill and melinda gates and sander in category by himself. despite the e-mails. sanders in arizona going for a win in red states. mr. trump is the least if candidate in the history of the this country. >> donald trump maching hillary clinton the way she prepared for their final showdown. she's home sleeping and i'm working. trump aiming the bulk of attacks on the media and the system. >> you can't believe anything you see. i don't believe the polls. trump claiming the election is rigged. but president obama is fighting back. >> i would invite mr. trump to stop whining and go try to make his case to get votes >> fortunatelier senator scott
he's complaining. i heard what the president says. i don't care what he said. his attitude toward republicans he doesn't like us. he met with me once. doesn't even meet with own party. he has his own agenda. i don't care what he says. debate guest war in full swing this round. hillary clinton bringing in former republican gubernato the ceo of hewlett-packard. donald trump not to be done bringing in president obama half brother. he's a trump supporter. in las vegas, dan hausle. 7news "today in new england." don't forget you the keep it locked on 7 on air and online for coverage of the race for the white house. dan hausle will bring in live reports throughout the day from las vegas. it's a whole new ball game
hampshire. schilling stopped at 3 of donald trump's campaign offices in the granite state yesterday meeting with volunteers and lending sprt. once again showing express interest in running against senator elizabeth warren in 2018. eye made -- i want to do it. i need my family all in or not. and i won't be grudgingly walk. if my family is not in schilling now he said he does need his wife's support before he can make any official announcement. also this morning grief counselors will be on hand at several schools in brockton today after a 14--year-old freshman was killed in a crash. police say he was riding his bike at the time it happened. let's head out to breakton and nicole oliverio. she has more on what we learn
>> as you mention he was a 14-year-old. today the mayor told us they have grief counselors at three different schools including the high school as well as the two other schools where his sibling attend. this as police continue to investigate the crash that happens on main street. you can see the marking on the road where investigator were trying to figure out how this happened. a 14-year-old hit and killed by a car rile riding his bike along main street in bookton. the teen was freshman and district for year after immigrating to the u.s. from guinea. >> everything i've heard about the young man this morning that he was a wonderful young man. excellent student. model citizen. the accident happened just before 7:00 last night. the mayor said the boy was on his bike when the driver of the suv somehow hit him. but now investigators are looking to see if someone or something else may have played a role in the deadly accident. >> one of the aspects the investigators are continuing to look at is if there may have
could influenced what happened without making contact. reconstruction teams spent hours at the scene last night. officers say the driver believed to be 18 remained at the scene. he was shaken by what happened but the mayor said she was coupe practicety. right now that driver has not been charged. this morning investigator seek a warrant to remove the black box from the vehicle that struck the young man that would give them document information such as the vehicle was travelling at the time. the mayor also said he plans to visit with the victim's family at some point later today. he said since he become mayor two years ago there's been a high number of pedestrian fatalities. they say that something they are working onnas a city to see with education, what they can do to possibly decrease that number. that's the latest live in brockton. nicole oliverio. 7news "today in new england." right now we will go to breaking newses that we've been
head coach bill belichick taking to match. talking about the match-up with the pittsburgh steelers on the road. talking about them as disciplined team with talent. let's listen in more. >> as they struggle for extra yardage and things like that. they have given up lot of pound. they lot of scheme big play returner big rush team. they put a lot of pressure on it. with the punlt rushes last year. they are good rush team. they put player back there. they can hit the home run and go distance. that's in a hurry. really going to have to get a
great week of preparation. it's tough team prepare for. we haven't seen a lot of this type of blitzing. in a few week so we'll have to do a good job on that. and explosiveness they have offensively pretty much unpair litted on the league along with their protection system. and walking schemes. their quarterback don't get hit much. and they get a those are all big challenges for us. >> what about playing games there seems to create an environment that's hard to match. i don't know. just a record, though you look at it they've won so many game they are records. it's pretty impressive. hard place to go in and win saw
city. i've already seen it this year. >> athletic good afternoon. quick release. doesn't hold the ball. thought he played well last year when he played. arizona and kansas city. some shot in the preseason. knows their system. they have a lot of experience players in their system. a few rookies not on offense. a few on defense. and you know playing davis and hartgrave and burns. but i mean overall they are very experienced team. he fits into that category. they have a number of guys with them, two or three or four years.
people like that, that have been around they get a chance to play. he falls into that category [inaudible] >> oh, my god. tremendous player. great hands. catch the wall. makes people miss. strong, breaks tackles. excellent balance. tough. doesn't run out of balance. fights for extra great player. earlier in the year he got a lot of carried. statistically he's been tremendous. they have a lot of depth at running back.
play. well, i mean it will be game management thing. see what the score is and the situation. that may effect our decision making. it's possible. again they are good at that. they did a lot last year. we were successful in 14. joan [inaudible] i'm wondering what you see. is he is kind of quarterback that will try to push the ball down the field. or is that cash and run plays that they execute as well. >> both, both. he does a good job. he come backs and cuts. deep balls. throws all those well. but the cash and run play if you drop back and take those away. those are problem too. they do a good job of crossing
back. those guys are dangerous. tight ends show up a lot in the red area. he doesn't discriminate. he gets the ball to everybody. that's the tough thing about defending the steelers they get behind you it's all over in one play. if you take that away, they get yardage on catch and run plays. and running game. it's they are hard to defend. very explosive. >> there's no if you are just joining us. you're listening to bill belichick breaking down the game that's coming up 4:25 sunday on heinz field against the pittsburgh steelers. he was talking about some of the challenges of playing at heinz field the fact the steelers are disciplined team with a lot of talent. even speaking highly of two players in particular when asked
quarterback in roethlisberger. tom brady back on the field after serving out his suspension. we'll have more for you on the we'll have more for you on
the day's news and the patriots and. that's new hampshire kelly ayotte. this is washington kelly ayotte. she voted for 20 billion dollars in tax breaks for the big oil companies. but she voted against letting you refinance your student loans. ayotte voted to give a huge tax breaks to millionaires. while 95% of us... got nothing. kelly ayotte. you need to know in washington. she's not working for new hampshire.
>> this more like it we had to wait a day in many places. closing in on 70. already there plymouth. 69 boston. and we don't stop warming there. even despite a
cool front that will sweep through throughout the day today. just kind of changing our wind direction, but not knocking the temperatures down this is a taste of summer. in store for us this afternoon. even low 80s in store for us southeastern mass. >> for new bedford. it could feel like a beach day. maybe you want to hit the links. it's a touch muggy outside.
the frizz factor is a factor for today. it's up near frizzy. then as we get into the afternoon cold front sweep through and sweeps out some of the stickiness and will drop the dewpoints into the mid 50s. it does start to creep back as a warm front getting into friday and brings with it tropical moisture. coulden tap into more tropical moisture which could mean some beneficial rainfall as we head into the end of this stick around into early saturday. the main theme for the weekend is the windy conditions and much cooler temperature despite our taste of summer today fall is not left us. thank you. could a english at the gas pump caution you to pay more than you should be coming up we'll show you what hank uncovered in her investigation. >> also ahead at 9:30 goats making an escape and then they are stolen. who is accused of taking them
training initiatives to make sure we have the skills for the 21st century. sue winter: she's fought against workplace discrimination - and for equal pay. claude poisson: she's working for the little guy - i'm the little guy. barb fredette: we need kelly fighting for good new hampshire jobs
so our kids can raise their families here. sue martin: kelly is a powerful voice for new hampshire's working families. kelly ayotte: i'm kelly ayotte and i approved this message. flavor, one hero was on a mi >> story out of new hampshire now where officials say more than a dozen dogs were rescued from this home. where they were justlying in total filth. let's go to john cocoa and he's live right now in pelham with
investigation. police executed a search warrant. what they found inside was disturbing. >> ten dogs, 8 puppies rescued from what authorities are describing as a filthy home in pelham, n 1new hampshire. i don't think anyone should live if a house of that nature. its disgusting. with feces everywhere. when police went into the home tuesday they reported strong smel o >> a lot of urine in the basement. where the dogs were located. there were literally pools of urine on the floor. officers found dogs in rooms throughout the house on jonathan road police believe there could be more dogs out there. >> there's definitely 15 dogs unaccounted for at this point in the department is getting calls from other cities and towns about reports of dogs from this same owner. >> we got a phone call from
department that there were five dogs abandoned and they belong to the same gentlemen. two needed to go to the vet immediately and one had to be put down. shortly after that a dog showed up as stray in salem, new hampshirement. as for neighbors they can't believe there's that in dogs inside this home. >> police don't know how long this has been gng homeowner will face animal cruelty charges. live in pelham, new hampshire. a grocery store scare a mother just terrified when a man tries to pick up her daughter. we have more of this video, coming up. imagine if your child were trapped in a failing school. imagine if your child couldn't read or write at grade level. imagine if your child were stuck on a waiting list.
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>> we're back checking news across country. a mother in texas has a very close call. you're about to see it. she's grocery shopping with her 14-month-old daughter when a man tried to pick up the toddler right there. the security video shows him grabbing the child when the mom's backs turned. fortunately a strap a seat strap kept him from gettingwa and now this mom said she hopes this will serve as a warning to other parents. >> and want to prevent this same thing from happening. it gave me chills thinking this could have happened to my child and it may happen to someone else. i definitely want him to get caught. >> police in houston are investigating the whole thing as an attempted abduction. we'll have much more ahead at 9:30. including a level 3 sex offender
learning what was behind the charges. beautiful fall colors. it does lack like fall. it will feel like summer this afternoon. how long does it last. the forecast is ahead. all right. bri. resident continue to clean up down south. hurricane matthew caused so much damage and why the assistance they are g i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million dollars, just last year. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too. please join me in voting no on question 2. i heard a strange sound coming from my basement, and my hot water heater was leaking.
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october. it's always nice when you add the wonderful temperatures it's like summer and fall just mixed together. it's awesome. i think you asked for this for your birthday. happy birthday. we'll wrap it in a fall-like package with a vibrant ribbon. it does look like fall outside. the temperatures reading a summer morning. and we will warm up further getting into this afternoon. there's a cold front that will sweep through but it's a weak cool front. the frontal passage will be dry. notxp skies this afternoon. 74 to 81. fall makes a comeback plus some much needed rainfall on the way. we'll get to all of those details coming up in a bit. let's go election countdown. standing at 20 days. tonight the final of three debates for the candidates. they will be coming face to face in vegas before millions of viewers. just hours before they take to the stage both of these campaigns are dealing with controversy including some new
violence at trump rally. here's dan hausle who is in las vegas with more. >> sometimes the crazies bite. sometimes the crazy don't bite. the undercover video produced by discredited james o'keefe appear to show that democratic operative hired political activist to instigate violence and insight reactions and trump rally. p honestly it's not hard to get some of these [beep]. the man in video no longer working on the allegation and statement saying while project has been known to offer misleading video out of context some of the language and t tactics are troubling as a theory or proposal never excuted. clintons dealing with fallout from the e-mails. on tuesday new messages one where campaign chairman john podesto where he call bernie
on the list apple tim cook bill and melinda gates and sander in a category by himself. sanders was in aar going for win in red states >> mr. trump is the least qualified, the lease qualified candidate in the history of this country. >> on the republican side of things donald trump maching hillary clinton the way she prepared for their final showdown. as she's home sleeping and i'm working. trump a the media and the system. >> you can't believe anything you see. i don't believe the polls. trump claiming the election is rigged. president obama is fighting back. president obama: i would advice mr. drum top stop wine inand make his case to get vote. scott brown arriving in las vegas for the debate said the president is wrong. some people say it's a loser's complaint. i heard what the president had to say. i don't care what he said his condescending attitude toward
there. he met with me once. called me a couple of time. he doesn't even mean with his own party. he has his own agenda. i don't care what he says. the debate guest war is in full swing again this round. hillary clinton bringing in former republican gubernatorial candidate california meg whitman the ceo of hewlett-packard. donald trump not to be outdone bringing president obama's half brother all the way from kenya to the debate. he's a trump dan hausle. 7news "today in new england." you can keep it right here on 7 on air and online for coverage of the race for the white house. dan hausle will have live reports all throughout the day from las vegas. more news now. and a man recovering after the coast guard rescued him from the water in ibisiwitch. the man and son-in-law were swimming and they were swept out by rip current. when they didn't return
shore. coast guard found the father-in-law struggling to stay afloat and then they made the save. it's a moon tide. the tide are running high and low. there's a lot of tidal change. which means the current run strong. when that's happening. the current was running strong and the visibility like i said was pretty much zero. crews say the father in raw was in the water for nearly 4 hours. and was taken to the hospital both men are expected to be okay. there's new details now in the overdosed in heroin in springfield. they will not be facing charges due the 911 good samaritan law. now according to this law drug possession charges will not be filed or aren't filed when an overdose victim or a witness seeks medical attention. police say the women overdosed in front of their children and a 12-year-old girl eventually called 911. we're learning new details about the level three sex offender arrested in whitman.
charles lovejoy met the girl on social media app drove her to cemetery and raped her. officers arrested this 31-year-old monday. he's being held on 1 million bail. the teen has been placed on the massachusetts most-wanted list in connection with deadly shooting in fall river. investigators say that 16-year-old jayden smith and another man shot and killed a 29-year-old on plain street back in july. smith is considered to be armed and dangerous. and right offering a $1,000 reward for any information leading to his arrest. authorities are also offering a $5,000 reward for information about a series of fires that happened in kings baro. investigators say 11 vehicles in one home were all damaged by these fires that happened earlier this month. the fire marshall in kings baro fire department are investigating what happened. right now police on the hunt for two get stolen in milford. officers believe two men in a
after neighbors rounded them up. the men claimed the gettings were there's but they belong to women who raised them from birth happen today a popular rest restauranted will be inspected for food safety violation. sweet green restaurant closed yesterday. that's after someone reported getting sick from eating there. and special services checked it out. they found several violations here including problems with food temperatures. cleanliness and insects. and officials say they take action. >> the fact kind of speak for themselves that we we've had a number of situations we think egregious enough we've taken the action. i'm done. i'm not going anymore. if they couldn't have gotten a handle on this before. that's awful. >> back in august inspectional services shutdown a different sweet cream for similar violations. >> new this morning people in revere voted against a slots parlor near suffolk downs.
tuesday. nearly two-thirds rejected it. it doesn't carry legal authority. the group fighting to build the parlor is expected to continue to push to build it. in november there will be statewide ballot question if approved would allow the state gaming commission to grant another slot parlor license anywhere in the state. . >> also this morning the cleanup down south conditions after hurricane matthew slams into the east coast. several states there experienced severe flooding, lots of including north carolina where residents are trying to put their lives back together. >> cleanup crews down south from apartment to apartment removing specialnal belongings destroyed by hurricane matthew. there's 9 apartment in this complex alone and that means all of these families have just been turned upside down. toya meadows is one of them. i don't have any clothes. furniture i gave away. a lot of it got messed up.
first floor apartment. like many in the hardest hit areas she had no flood insurance and money from government agencies will not be enough to start over. even with fema helping it's still not going to be enough to me put down deposit and get started to do it myself. it's a scene played out across several places where homes were under water. the city uses large trucks to take debris to the dump. once the cleanup stop. where were all the people go to people getting enough resources when they don't have enough all right to be able to start over again. thank god that some people have friends and relatives that they can lean on during this time. but it's going to be a difficult process. no doubt for people. and they will be hurting for a while. >> hurricane matthew is blamed for more than 1,000 deaths and 43 of those were right inside the u.s. now to little boy who comes
caught on camera. security footage capturing the suspect trying to rop the home monday. you can see him walking around. then in the left-hand side of your screen, you see the boy walking in. he's coming home from school. and apparently notices this man. the 11-year-old then bolts out of the house and calls police. my heart immediately started pounding. i didn't know what to do besides just run out. >> police eventually caught the suspects and they took him into custody. a problem at the pump. that could have you paying more than you should. and more than you expect. and find out where you can check out this giant ball display right here in boston. this is the official pumpkin of boston, bri. there needs to be an official pumpkin. may have to get a photograph with that later. it will be a beautiful day. feeling more like summer than fall. much-needed rain on the way.
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hundred. >> it's like so nice we have our official pumpkin vegetable, fruit whatever. it's a ghourd. you confirmed that. >> not a fruit or a vegetable. fantastic. it's the official one. you have to see that later. mild late week showers in store for us. we have cooldown coming. albeit brief. we will enjoy it. did you see this yesterday. this picture from longwharf. this is your king tide which will happen today. it's basically the highest of the high tides the earth is closest to the sun and the moon is closest to earth and elliptical orbits. it's not an exact circle. gives us high tide. a lot of people enjoying
yesterday. high tide around 2:15. and of course rises for about an hour before and an hour after that peek high tide time. current temperature right around 70 degrees. we couldn't get there yesterday. boston points north but today it's all across the board for us. we have a few cloud to start. cool front it's weak but sweeping through the area. throughout the day today. not really knocking the temperatures down get a nice west breeze in here. and that's going to help for those temperatures to this afternoon. 78 for high in boston. 81 in norwood. 80 in plymouth is what we're headed for. and it's just a touch sticky outside as well with dewpoint running in the low-to-mid 60s. i say anything dewpoint over 60 degrees is humidity you will notice. that's knocked down later this afternoon. here's a bigger picture for us. our front sags to the south and then through tomorrow we have some cooler temperatures at least closer to seasonable
we get into the end of the week. i think late thursday throughout friday and possibly even lingering into early saturday we're in for scattered showers and we mayen be able to take advantage of some tropical moisture. it looks that way. tapping into it. so downpours are possible. now this is the area that we've been watching for the last couple of days. and it has a 60% chance of development within the next 48 hours. that could very easily become a tropical storm or trol that. that would be some of the tropical moisture that pay phase into our rainfall for the end of the week. enjoy the foliage now. absolutely beautiful taking a drive down to foxboro yesterday. it was noticing all around as the colors are so vibrant. today the day to soak it up. if the rain doesn't take it down. some of those leaves as we get into thursday and friday then the wind might for the weekend. and you see the temperatures yeah taking it back to reality. we're talking mid-to-upper 50s.
chill to the air. plus cooler temperatures for the beginning of next week and mayen only top out in the upper 40s on tuesday. oh, my goodness. thank you. this is problem at the gas pump. and it could have your wallet running on empty. it turns out some of these pumps have a gas glitch. if you are not paying attention it could cost all you. this morning hank investigates. >> reporter: look at this. >> i'm not pumping the gas. >> the meter at the this running. the amount is going up on my car. but no gas coming out. >> this is weird. the guy who sent us this video is paying for gas he didn't get. what can you see happening here? >> we showed the video to braintree inspector michael mcgordie. >> i think that consumers should be aware this can happen. expert call this gas pump creep. and it can happen when you start
creep. >> no i haven't. >> it may cost you too. what if you saw it? >> it would be upset. he opened properly working gas pump. here's the pain to show us its usually mechanical. a broken hose or a nozzle malfunction or faulty valve but it can also be cold weather that means it's unpredictable and inconsistent. >> if it wants to do it okay. you know it will do it. >> here in inspector said creep is the number one complaint about gas stations. >> are people angry when they call you when they complain? >> it's not conspiracy to rip you off. >> you cannot make any pump do a creep. >> but these videos we found on you tube >> pump in my hand. show it could happen anywhere. you move it. how do you protect your
for all zeros. and when you stop pumping make sure the meter stops too. or else >> you're paying for gas you didn't get. correct. >> if this happens to you tell the gas station immediately. and local inspectors need to know too. check our web site for information on how to report it. in the newsroom. hank phillipi ryan. >> up next in sports major loss for the steelers. their star qb out for sunday match-up with the patriots. how much new england is now oed by. also ahead bill belichick voicing his frustration about tablets and technology. we'll be right back. who says i shouldn't have a soda everyday? my doctor. my dentist. definitely my wife. wait, i know what i want. make sparkling water at home.
sodastream. love your water. andrew crossley: new hampshire has a senator who works just as hard as we do. gerardine ferlins: kelly ayotte believes in the potential of new hampshire, and wants to unleash that potential. ron goguen: she's out there fighting for good-paying jobs. andrew crossley: kelly introduced bipartisan training initiatives to make sure we have the skills for the 21st century. sue winter: she's fought
against workplace discrimination - and for equal pay. claude poisson: she's working for the little guy - i'm the little guy. barb fredette: we need kelly fighting for good new hampshire jobs so our kids can raise their families here. sue martin: kelly is a powerful voice
ruled out this sunday. he had surgery monday. it will be landry jones making his third career start at quarterback for pittsburgh. taking that into consideration the patriots have gone from underdogs to 7-point favorites playing in pittsburgh this sunday at heinz field where tom brady has career record of 4-and-2 against some strong steelers teams through the years. the patriots not quite ready to start the clock on deon lewis. back probably won't return to practice this week. lewis is eligible to come off the physically unable to perform after undergoing a second knee surgery in august. al celtic on monday night. in the team's second to last free season game win over the nets. last night they ditched the high tops for wing tips. helping the celtics organization raise over $1 million at the
he loves what he says from his new teammates and not just in the fashion department. >> we have a group of guys here. they are committed to doing things the right way. to working hard each and every single day to try to be the best we can be. we have we're excite ford the season. we know there's a lot of challenges ahead. we're looking forward to it. celtics play their final preseason game tonight at the garden when they h knicks. bill belichick spoke out about a half hour ago about the talent on the field. you will not be seeing him using a microsoft tablet on the sidelines come sunday. that's because he took out his frustration on tablet during the loss to bills earlier this month. he said he will not be using this technology on the sidelines anymore. instead he will go retro.
he went on five-minute rant on the topic during tuesday conference call. >> as you probably know there's something with tablets. i gave them as much time as i can give them. they are too independable. i will stick with pictures which several of our other coaches. there's not enough consistency in the performance of the tablets. i can't take it anymore. >> he was so close to the garage can. he c too. he may not like tablet. you bet he lows new addition to family. he's a grandfather. they welcome blakely rose and this is couple's first child. he's the safety coach for the pats. con grats to them. >> saving a piece of hollywood history. how you can pitch in to preserve how you can pitch in to preserve an iconic piece from t how you can pitch in to preserve an iconic piece from t follow your own sense of style... because, you want to be confident.
you know what they say. there's no place like home. and now the smith sewnian is raising money dedicated to saving a famous pair of ruby slippers. the home wants to restore the famous sequinned shoes. they are 80 years old. and right now on display in the national museum of american history. look at them. donor can give online to kick interested. >> bri,ist wondering who would say you are not in kansas too. and you're little dog too. 73 in boston. 75 fitchburg. we don't stop warming there. flirting with 80 today. that's for everyone and much needed rainfall on the way starting late tomorrow continuing through friday on again off again and possibly lingering to early saturday. but it's not a washout for the
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