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the web site. the days of digging in your pocket to pay a toll are over. at 10:00 tonight, massachusetts goes to an all-electronic tolling system. >> the main thing i'm concerned about is... well, of course, the traffic. it is going to be crazy. and then on the other thing is, the money. >> reporter: as the new system is implemented, thes. possible delays because of changes in traffic patterns. to help people prepare, ez pass customer service centers will have extended hours throughout the weekend. the department of transportation releaving this video of what the changes will eventually look like. the new tolling system will be cheaper for people with transponders. if you don't already have one, there will be a six-month grace period. here is what you need to know. if you don't have a transponder, you will get a
license plate. that bill will include an application for a transponder. if you apply and get one, you will be creditsed with a discounted rate. >> it will be a little more hectic. you probably have to get up earlier. it might be a little built of a problem. >> reporter: some people worried about mass chaos. hopefully, that won't happen today. we will be watching to see. the pans ponders themselves are free. you need $20 set up your account to fund it, and then start paying tolls automatically. today. there are 7 of them from east boston out to lee. you can go to the registry of motor vehicles to set up an ez pass account. jonathan hall, 7 news. >> sarah: there is 11 days left in the election countdown. donald trump will speak in new hampshire this afternoon. polls there have trump and hillary clinton in a tight race. victoria warren live in manchester with more. vicky? >> reporter: new hampshire clearly very important toworth
we are standing by in manchester where donald trump is expected to speak. we have some live pictures from inside as crowds gathered rather early in the morning. in the hopes of hearing him speak. he is now running a little bit late. the event was supposed to start right at noon. it is going to start a little bit after noon. trump, yesterday speaking about lawsuits. meanwhile, hillary clinton reacting to the latest controversy with her. >> the microphone was not supposed to be on. >> reporter: donald trump once again, taking n now infamous access hollywood interview. trump hinting at a possible lawsuit. >> you will see. you will see. report tt republican spending thursday in another battleground state, ohio. >> we should just cancel the election and give it to trump. right? what are we even having it for? her policies are so bad. >> reporter: bill clinton sharing the stage with bon jovi thursday night amid controversy. stolen e-mails posted by
personally profited, receiving millions of dollars in speaking and consulting fees from former clinton foundation donors. the former clinton aide doug band says he secured more than $50 million for the former president. but there is no indication hillary clinton did anything for those donors. trump pouncing. >> mr. band called the arrangement unorthodox. the rest of us call it outright corrupt. >> reporter: hillary clinton hiing the campaign trail with michelle obama on thursday. >> is there anyone more inspiring than michelle obama? >> reporter: the first lady trying to reach out to women and minorities, appealing for them to vote against trump and his tactics. >> when you hear folks talking about a global conspiracy and saying that this election is rigged, understand that they are trying to get you to stay home. they are trying to convince
matter. are you with me? >> reporter: here is another live picture as crowds asemiable to hear donald trump speak here in manchester. again, he was supposed to speak right around noon. we have been told by his campaign that things are running late. he is also supposed to meet at some point today with local leaders from the area and local law enforcement. live in manchester, victoria warren, 7 news. >> christa: a scare at la guardia airport last night. vice presidential candidate mike pence's plane sliding off the runway. thankfully no, one was hurt. it was frightening onboard for the people who were there. jennifer eagan has more. >> reporter: today pence is getting onnew plane to make stops in pennsylvania and north carolina. he talked about what happened last night. pence said he knew they were off the runway when he saw mud splash up on the window. scary moments on the plane of
>> remain seated. >> reporter: pence's campaign jet skidded off the runway at la guardia airport in new york on thursday night around 8:00. >> it was ten seconds of uncertainty. as the plane came down. >> reporter: speaking on the today show this morning, pence described the harrowing landing. saying he and the 30 other people onboard, reporters, his staff, and family could feel the pilot braking hard. >> we felt the plane fish-tailing a little bit. then it slid sideways. and when we saw the mud splash up on the windows, up in e front of the aircraft, we knew we were off the runway. >> reporter: authorities say barriers made of crushable concrete at the end of the runway helped stop the plane and prevent it from reaching a busy highway. >> the arrester beds served their purpose tonight. we are not going to speculate on the cause of the incident. >> reporter: reporters say pence checked the cabin to make sure everyone was safe. the v.p. candidate took it in stride. even stopping to take pictures with firefighters. >> we are so grateful.
responders were literally around the airplane before it came to a rest. we thanked the pilots as well. >> reporter: early this morning, the plane was removed from the runway. the investigation into what happened begins. and today pence, his staff and reporters are using a boeing 737 that is run by a private charter company: it does not have the names pence and donald trump on it. in the control room, jennifer eagan, 7 news. >> sarah: joe biden is being considered state. he served as the chair of the senate foreign relations before serving as vice president. two massachusetts politicians will be going to bat for hillary clinton. congressman seth moulton and maura healey will take part in campaign events in orlando. healey also plans to tour the nightclub where the orlando nightclub massacre happened. stay with 7 news for continuing coverage of the race for the white house. you can get the latest on the
7 news mobile and tablet apps. as well as whdh.com. >> christa: we are going to switch gears and take a live look outside. okay. not the best of days. it's windy. it's cool. kind of nasty-looking outside. some pretty intense rain. let's go to chris lambert. are things definitely drying out now? >> >> chris: we are trying to trend to the better side here. we still have some patches of mist around here. we have had a few dry hours here and there over the last couple of hours. it is cool. it is damp outside. we are not going to renew the chance of heavy rain like we saw mist and light showers to keep it on the wet side. 48 in boston. 41 in worcester. these numbers have dropped down since this morning. thanks to the wind now turning off-shore. a west wind that is gusting at times over 30 miles an hour. currently gusting to 26 in boston. windchill at 41 in town. feels like 31 in worcester. a cool breezy afternoon. temperatures may slide a couple more degrees. especially along the coastline. the gusty wind continues through the afternoon. we see some improvements over
more ahead. >> christa: police and swat teams surrounding a hotel up in hampton, new hampshire. this led to a standoff. police did not return fire. the union leader reports the man was later found dead inside a room at the mary ann motel. no officers hurt here. fire damaging several boats in medford. officials say two boats were badly damaged at this boat yard. and that the plastic covers of six other vessels burned. no injuries are reported. >> sarah: police in con followed a child home from school and took pictures of him. this afternoon, parents are on alert. nicole oliverio has the latest. >> reporter: parents may be chaining their lol day weekend plans in concord after police say a suspicious man followed an elementary school student home on thursday. . >> we are not sure what we are going to do for halloween. whether we will walk with them. some of them are old enough to probably go on their own. reporth a male driver approached a young student
the man reportedly told the child he had candy. the boy ignored the man. but told officers as he was entering his home. the driver got out of the car and began taking pictures with his phone. >> i do work at the high school here in town. and i would say it is a pretty safe place. i don't think anywhere is safe. >> reporter: concord's first concern is student safety and principals and staff will emphasize to students to avoid strangers and to not go near any cars they don't know. happen very often. we kind of let the children enjoy the town without worrying. report t boy told officers he believed the driver was in a newer model sedan. police won't say where this happened or what school that student was coming. from but they are asking the public for help. in concord, 7 news. >> christa: a new hampshire woman allegedly kidnapped by her boyfriend has been found safe now. police in londonderry say that victor rosario forced the
afternoon. then drove over the border here into massachusetts. state police here were able to stop him eventually in worcester. rosario was questioned. he was released. as the investigation unfolds, he could face several charges, including kidnapping. >> there are new details regarding aaron hernandez. his phone conversations were tapped or taped rather by an unknown person while he was being held at the suffolk county house of corrections during the summer of 2014. at that time, he killing of odin lloyd to begin. according to the "herald," defense lawyers and prosecutors never learned about the taped phone calls. hernandez is now serving life in prison for killing a din lloyd. >> christa: coming up on 7. protesters facing off with police in north dakota. dozens were arrested as a months-long conflict turns violent. >> sarah: a masked robber targeting a west roxbury bank. who stepped in to help foil
temperatures running only in the upper 40's on average this afternoon. we will see somewhat mild air over the weekend. this is where the oil
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>> sarah: edgartown police stumbling upon two horses overnight. it turns out the two decided to go for a midnight stroll. high winds blew their barn door open. and an officer was they were eventually corralled and then taken home. the barn door was open. that is it. >> christa: we are talking about the weather. been a little crazy around here the past 24 hours. snow to our west. lots of rain here. >> chris: a little built of everything. right? typical new england fashion. we had some heavy snow in the western portions of the state. especially higher terrain. several inches of snow falling out that way. springfield picked up an inch
even a little bit of wet snow out in wis western worcester county yesterday. nothing like what we saw five years ago. it's hard to believe it's been five years since we saw this powerful nor'easter late in october. 2011. places in massachusetts, near peru, massachusetts, picking up 32 inches of snow. peru is out there in the western portion of the state. even up into ash burnham, 22 inches of snow. that 20-plus area worked its way into new hampshire with that storm. 15 inches of snow from it in fully leafed out there, we had power outages and huge issues. 1.7 million lost their power back in that nor'easter. up and down not only new england but you have to factor in upstate new york as well as down into new jersey. rainfall totals out of this storm, this is the main theme here. this is the headlining event for us. in terms of the aspect of the storm across eastern massachusetts. it was the rain. one to two inches fell across the area. in its wake, we still have a little bit of wet weather
and done with here in southern new england. once in a while, some patches of drizzle and a couple of light showers. i expect that to be the case through the afternoon and even into the early evening hours around dinnertime. more nuisance-type stuff. you combine the fact that we are not seeing much sun. you combine the fact that they have winds gusting over 30 miles an hour. temperatures only running into the 40's. it is a cool, windy raw feel to the air. to end this workweek. look at the heavy snow across portions of maine. really piling up in portionsle of ski country out that way. you get to sugarloaf and north and east, looks like up near millinocket, maine, points north, some snow there. a cold rain across the down-east coastline. 48 in boston right now. 41 in worcester. a potent storm. we are the strong winds out of the west. gusting to near 30 miles an hour. this is driving down windchill factors down into the 0's and lower 40's.
still a chilly breeze out there. we will continue to see these gusty winds through the rest of the afternoon and into the evening. overnight tonight, the winds slacken off. we begin to see this cloud cover break apart. not expecting much wet weather tomorrow. however, more clouds around in the afternoon. i can't rule out a passing sprinkle or brief light shower in a few towns. i don't him the we will see a whole lot of rain tomorrow. even on sunday, much of the day is dry. at least the first half to two-thirds of it. this wav o fbs it may, indeed, give us a couple more showers sunday afternoon and sunday evening. we will keep an eye on. that what you see is what you get the rest of the day here. mid to upper 40's with spotty drizzle around. high school football tonight. we will hold low to mid-40's. again, some patches of sprinkles still around toward kickoff. the 7 on 7 forecast. all-important halloween forecast for the kids. we are going to be dry. costume-wise on monday. thanks to a mix of sun and
evening. temperatures back in the 40's for the trick or treaters. >> sarah: still ahead, a big night at wrigley field. uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. oh absolutely,
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sip a pipeline protest intensifying in north dakota. police arresting more than a hundred people after a dramatic standoff. protesters set several fires and blocked a highway where an oil pipeline is expected to be built. >> christa: one protesters even opened fire on an officer. overnight, police heading the ground where they clashed with native american protesters in north dakota. an army of 200 officers clearing demonstrators, blocking a highway, used access >> meaning the proest thers would get right in the faces of officers and say nasty things to them. >> what lengths is north dakota willing to go to defend a multibillion-dollar oil corporation? >> christa: the $3.8 billion project is capable of transporting 570,000 barrels of oil per day. construction, though, runs along a standing reservation.
the protesters say the pipeline threatens to pollute the missouri river which provides water to millions of people. after six months of protest, this has turned into a movement. the largest gathering of mod earn-day native-americans with celebrities and activists joining in. and authorities have called this a mass arrest operation. after those clashes overnight. it is unclear what they will see today. so far no, comment from the oil company that owns that pipeline. >> sarah: up next, a smoky scare in ohio. what triggered an explosion at a mobile home. >> christa: bull evidents flying in arizona. a violent kathy: it goes by so fast. kate: one day you're
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>> christa: he lights up many lives. he is this afternoon's class act. this week, melodies of a viola and the gift of music. is what this week's class act is all about. music as therapy. >> i thought he was really good. i liked what he did. >> i think it's great. i loved his tone. it is beautiful. and very skilled. >> reporter: this is only part of his of purpose. because they are reminded of all the great things they have done in their life. they have all these great memories. >> reporter: he is also studying nursing at blue hill technical regional high school in canton which is where we surprised him. >> we wanted to present an honor to a student with some outstanding musical abilities who is making people feel like they are being healed. noah sims, come to the front
>> christa: noah has been playing since age four. his skills in such demand that he started a small business as a therapeutic vie owe list... vie owe list. he knows they like it. he will play more. it really means a lot to noah to be able to help them. >> noah is time he comes. he gets into their passion is. >> we talk about a lot of the memory that is they have had. i think they kind of get the sense that it's impacting me because i'm so young. that gives him a huge sense of purpose. >> christa: i feel like he should go to any stressful office and just play for people. >> sarah: wouldn't that be nice? >> christa: he hopes to play with the london symphony one
much more to come in the next half hour. forget the christmas lights. one home is getting into the spooky spirit of halloween. i think this is funny. >> chris: we take a look at the forecast. details ahead. in massachusetts. what you need to know before a major electronic switch-over. >> christa: the decision a judge made about a wildlife refuge standoff. >> a boston marathon survivor reliving painful memories. the this is where the oil billionaire koch brothers hosted a fundraiser for kelly ayotte...
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>> christa: well, drivers are getting ready for a big toll change. tollbooths will be demolished, making way for the all-electronic system. that is tonight. that means that traffic patterns will change. as you might guess, come monday morning, and for the commute, there might be some significant delays. >> sarah: a little built of a headache. jonathan hall has a closer look on how the roads will be impacted. report tt days of di your pocket to pay a toll are over: at 10:00 tonight, massachusetts goes to an all-electronic tolling system. >> the main thing i'm concerned about is... well, of course, the traffic. it is going to be crazy. and then on the other thing... the money. >> reporter: as the new system is implemented, massd.o. st. warning drivers about possible delays because of changes in traffic patterns. to help people prepare, ez pass customer service centers will have extended hours throughout the weekend. the department of transportation releasing this
eventually look like. the new tolling system will be cheaper for people with transponders. if you don't already have one, there will be a six-month grace period. if you don't have a transponder, you will get a bill in the mail based on your license plate. that bill will include an application for a transponder. if you apply and get one, you will be credited with a discounted rate. >> going to be a little more hectic. you probably have to get up a little earlier. you know, built of a problem. >> reporter: signs are warning kmoorters that mass d.o.t. will start demolishes these booths tonight there. could be some dayous on the roads as all this happens. hopefully, it won't be too bad. the transponders are free. you have to fund them with $20 to start paying tolls automatically. jonathan hall, 7 news. >> sarah: the friday forecast. some leftover rain lingering today: windy, cooler temperatures sticking around for a little bit.
>> chris: what you see is pretty much what you get, sarah: a lot of clouds in place. a gusty wind out of the west. occasionally, some papsle of mist and a few light showers out there. the heavy rain is over and done with. temperatures are stuck in the 4's for a lot of us. through the afternoon. still some low 50's down across the cape. the wind is active. we have a wind place. it will be a windy day overall with temperatures steady as we come in and out of the lighter showers. how about the weekend forecast? salem, probably not too popular of a place this weekend. right? yeah, right. i bet you. going to be packed with lots of crowds. 'tis the season. temperatures running mid-50's there on saturday. maybe an afternoon sprinkle. a better chance for a couple of showers on sunday afternoon. >> christa: an emotional story from the boston marathon womanning.
a survivor getting back some of her belongings. >> reporter: at first, erica branic didn't know if she wanted to see her things from that day. she decided to go ahead and get them back. and a cell phone filled with messages from that day. for erica branic, every step is a reminder of the deadly attack near the boston marathon finish line. she has undergone multiple surge ris and is now living with a prosthetic leg. nothing has brought back the me seeing the clothes she was wearing and where the pieces of shrapnel pierced her body. >> at first, i wasn't sure if i wanted to see my clothes. when i was there, i decided i do want to see them. i had a ravens shirt on that i loved. i remember being so upset that they cut it. i had... i saw my jeans. i saw how shredded and torn apart they were. and oddly enough, my left shoe
and now that i'm an amputee on my left side, it was very emotional seeing my shoe. report tt f.b.i. held the items as evidence and then sent them off to be decontaminated. >> i charged my phone: it still had everything on there. i had 67 text messages that... over ten voice mails. from that day. >> reporter: she doesn't know what she is going to do with the items. she is not ready to see them destroyed. >> it was very emotional. but it was also healing. at the same time to. kind of come full circle wit. >> reporter: bran sick helping the f.b.i. with a new on-line tool that educates teens about violent extremism. >> sarah: police asking for help with connecting some crimes. officers are asking the public to help identify this man. they say he is connected to several break-ins in town.
commercial businesses during the past month. a man is killed in a fiery crash in milford. investigators say the driver was speeding. when he lost control of the car. and hit a fire hydrant before flipping the car over in front of the car dealership. the car then burst into flames. people nearby raced to try to help that driver, but it was just too late. >> he thought that we should probably try to smash out the window. so jerry took the extinguisher, smashed it into the back smashed, smoke started coming on out. the car was popping. it sounded like it was going to blow up. we had to make the decision to back away from the vehicle. >> sarah: right now police are looking into whether the driver had a medical emergency prior to the crash. >> christa: an officer working a detail at a west roxbury credit union. this attempted robbery happened.
she ran after the suspect and tracked them down. >> reporter: the boston police officer was working a detail inside the boston credit union in west roxbury. >> i actually saw her when i walked past. there was a lady right in the front. she was sitting at a booth or something. >> reporter: man with a mask came through the doors. the officer ordered the man to take off the mask. the man wouldn't comply and told the officer to hand over her gun. she refused and chased the man out of the credit union. the bold robbery attempt has stunned employees. police say the man took off at a small red car fbs. a police captain who was in the area heard the call on the radio and picked up the police officer. they chased the man down. here outside an italian restaurant called tony's place, 51-year-old richard casano was
>> sarah: boston police say an uber driver won't face any charges for crashing into a home in beacon hill. the driver has been involved in numerous accidents over the years. his record includes several license suspensions since 1985. uber says the driver does meet state standards to drive for them. >> christa: two people arrested after this crash that was caught on camera. in lebanon, new hampshire. police say the suspects were drunk when as you see, they went off the road and then slammed into a utility pole. wow. officers found prescription drugs in the car, they say. they have been charged with driving under the influence and drug possession. >> sarah: we are following more news today. the 7 people involved in an armed standoff in oregon cleared of all charges. the group drew national attention when they occupied a federal wildlife refuge earlier this year. a verdict not sitting well
tears of joy. >> we came to the county seeking justice. and we found it. >> reporter: the jury found the brothers, along with five other defendants not guilty on all counts connected to an armed standoff with federal agents back in february. >> it's overwhelming. it is all we hope for. but didn't know we would get. report t trial coming after an occupation at a wildlifer refuge in oregon that lasted six weeks. a group of at least 19 occupiers said they were protesting for rangers' rights and opposing government overreach. prosecutors in the trial argue that the defendants kept federal employ easy from doing their jobs during their occupation of the refuge. some defendants also faced felony charges of theft of government property and possession of firearms at a federal facility. during the leader's arrest, a
showdown with federal agents and police. the leader remains in police custody. they are facing charges from a 2014 standoff with federal agents in nevada. >> i have to go to nevada. that is the next step. go to nevada and fight. to win it there, too. that is goingk to enough... that is going to be a tough nut to crack. we will do it. >> reporter: day of celebration. for some supporters, the fight is just beginning. an attorney was taken intoius marshall's custody but was since released. >> christa: two freight trains collide head-on today south of philadelphia. one was car rig empty cars. the other was carrying consumer goods. two people were hurt. we don't know their conditions at this moment. it is unclear what caused the trains to be on the same track. >> sarah: two officers were
one officer was grazed by a bullet and fell to the ground. while he was on the ground, he opened fire. as you can hear there, there was heavy gunfire. the officers' partner shot the suspect several times. wounded officer has been relesioned from the hospital. the suspect is in stable condition. >> get bk! >> christa: a woman recovering after being burned in this explosion that happened at a mobile home in ohio. an officer's body camera, as you see here, captured the footage wednesday. investigators say that an oxygen tank erupted. that is what caused the blast. all right, chocoholics. this is your lucky day.
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americans spend on average nearly $60 on chocolate products in 2015. so go ahead and treat yourself. i bet a lot of chocolate will be consumed this weekend and on monday. >> christa: nine pounds. that is it? >> sarah: no. the whole drawer that we have like that. hr in boston, june, july, and august, combined, less than four inches of water. rainfall so in the month of october, over five. we are seen more rain in october in boston than we picked up all summer long. this is the first month we have been above average since february. have we made any progress on the drought situation? a little bit over the last couple of weeks here. it takes a while, you know, if it takes a while to get into
yes, we had flash flooding a week ago through worcester county. there was short-term beneficial rain. in fact, too much too fast. in quite a few cases out there into worcester county. we will slowly chisel away at this. slight improvements next week. when we look at the next weekly update that comes out on thursday. overall, though, we picked up another one to two inches of water last night and early this morning. we still see some patches of drizzle and some light showers around. but this potent storm is into southern maine, and then you get across the interior. it is snowing. especially across the higher terrain of the western and northwestern mountains in maine. 48 in boston. 41 in worcester. we actually lost several degrees in the city. we were 55 this morning. the reason for that was when the area of low pressure was over us or just west of us, it was a strong on-shore wind coming offer those relatively warm ocean waters. and also out of the east, southeast.
us, it is a west wind. that west wind is dragging in some cool air that was in the worcester hills and throwing it east toward the coastline. 26-mile-per-hour gusts in boston. over 30 in worcester. the windchill factor in worcester is 1. feeling more like 41 in boston right now. we have a wind advisory in place. again, some patches of drills and spotty light showers around. as you get into the afternoon. 44-50. that is where we stay. kind of what you see is what you get. drying out tonight. partly cloudy skies. 34-42. halloween for the trick or treaters does look dry. in fact, monday looking like we will see quite a bit of sunshine. it will get cool in the evening. we will fade back in the afternoon to low 40's just after dinnertime. keep that in mind, guys. >> christa: okay. a look at chicago right now. it is breezy there outside wrigley field. gray and cloudy. you know world series fever is
of course, the series returns to the stadium tonight after a very long absence. decades and decades and heartache. right? so fans are fired up as they battle for a championship. >> sarah: emotions, of course, will be running high. chicago has been planning this party for 71 years. cubs fans are finally getting their chance to host the world series. >> oh, it is absolutely about time. it's been about time for a long time. the indians haven't won a championship in 68 years. and for the cubs, it's been 108 years. >> powerful number for the cubs. >> sarah: some fans are looking at the signs. there are 108 stitches in a baseball. the last two cubs to enter
and 8. others say a chicago win is in the stars. >> well, the sign is 108... the sun is 108 times larger than the earth. the distance between the moon and earth, 108 times the diameter of the moon. >> sarah: for those that watched their team struggle, a world series game at wrigley is overwhelming. >> it is something to be emotional about. >> sarah: it turns out there is crying in baseball. tears of joy for fans and two teams. taking a swing at history. the world series is currently tied one to one. that will soon change. game three is tonight in chicago. >> christa: coming up, we are headed to the kitchen to find
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fundraiser for billikelly ayotte...thers this is where ayotte voted with the koch brothers 90% of the time. ayotte's campaigns collected millions from corporate interests. and voted for them, not you. she voted wall street banks billions in write offs for executive bonuses. voted big oil billions in tax breaks. but kelly ayotte voted against letting families refinance student loans. and against lowering the cost of prescription drugs. kelly ayotte's not working for new hampshire. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself. seiu cope is responsible
>> christa: all eyes on salem this week. not
just because we are creeping up on halloween. >> sarah: an amazing recipe for witch flounder. in today's recipe of what's cooking. check it out. with halloween right around the corner, we couldn't think of a better place to visit than salem. so we headed to turner's seafood which has a historic location. >> originally, the grounds were owned by bridget bishop who was the first witch burned in the trial. it is supposedly haunted. >> sarah: hopefully, with a little help from bridget herself, chef woodson will show us how to make a delicious corn bread and crab-stuffed witch flounder. >> it is commonly referred to... during the month of october,
soughtay diced onions and celery. >> just enough to soften them up a little bit. add a little built of sherry. it helps enhance the sweetness. >> sarah: then crumble up some corn bread. sometimes it is best to use day-old corn bread. bring over the onion and celery mixture and butter. pour that in together. all right. then just start mixing together by hand. this is where i like to get my kids involved. >> sarah: now fold in the crab meat. take the fillet, wrap it around the stuffing. that is it. >> mine came apart more than yours did. that is okay. >> the cookie sheet. a pyrex pan. in the oven. 350, 37 5. 10-15 minutes. ready to go. >> sarah: a beautifully plated cornbread and crab-stuffed
well so, delicious. i had some... they said "do you make these things for your snuz" i'm like, "no, but i make good reservations." >> chris: we will take a look at the halloween forecast and the 7-day coming up. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo:
kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics.
children's hospital. they dressed up as their favorite characters from teenage mutant ninja turtles. >> sarah: california putting on an impressive spectacular light it took two weeks to prepare. the 30-minute light show will happen every night through halloween. >> christa: i have a headache just watching. that i can't imagine how the neighbors feel. halloween came a little early up in portland, maine. a flash mob dancing to michael jackson's "thriller." dozens of people putting oen a spooky show. organizers say it took about
we have to do the ghoul dance. awesome. i like that video. >> chris: i was going to say three weeks. i have been trying for 0 years. still hasn't worked out for me. the halloween forecast looking good. it is going to be dry out there. lower 50's for high temperatures. we will fade back, though into the 40's for trick or treaters. you get to about 7:00 p.m. i think, on halloween. back to 43 on average. there is the forecast. the weekend mainly dry, ou sunday afternoon, we have a chance for some showers early on. >> sarah: thanks, chris. thank you for joining us. >> christa: we are all just a little tired here at the end of the week. come back first at 4:00. blessedly, we won't be here. have a great afternoon and great weekend. 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.
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that thinks that finding a dead body that's been removed from our morgue should be a top priority? oh. oh. oh, you think? [scoffs] yeah. oh--oh, you don't want me being sarcastic? well, i don't really appreciate the challenge of keeping track of dead bodies that are leaving our morgue. thank you. our head of security thinks that maybe somebody or he had the gall just a zombiethat maybe it was and it walked out on its own. >> steve: oh, well, that sounds reasonable. >> kayla: [groans] that body better turn up before seth burns finds out about this. i-i'm just gonna-- i'm just gonna hope that it's a bureaucratic mix-up. >> steve: well, maybe not. gotta remember it is halloween. >> kayla: you're saying you think maybe it's a prank? >> steve: well, when we were kids, we used to egg cars and tp houses, but that might be too tame for kids these days.