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>> two police officers were shot and killed. what officials say led up to this ambush. plus a train goes off the tracks hazardous materials left sitting in westford. crews working to get it moving again. >> a 70-year-old tied up at home and 3 robbers on the loose. now police in sterling are on alert. good wednesday morning everybody. thanks for joining us. it's can a.m. i'm sarah french. i'm christa delcamp. it's tough not to enjoy today's weather. it's pretty mild out there for november 2nd. lunch outside. why not? temperature from the 50s into the 60s this afternoon. 53 in afternoon. 55 in plymouth. much milder of a start today than what we saw yesterday. no frost on the windshields this
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sunshine mixing on in and look at the numbers this afternoon. mid to even upper 60s out there with the decent deal of sunshine amid some clouds that will occasionally mix on in. not that cold overnight tonight. the forecast features more mild air. however not for all of us. i would suspect across southern new hampshire northern mass the wind more from the north and tough to kick back to south. you may indeed be stuck in you get south of boston again we're taking a round into upper 60. tomorrow we track showers in here. most of them in the afternoon into evening. more on that in the weekend forecast, ahead. coming up. >> new this morning crews have been working through the morning to repair a water main wreak. it happened at middlesex turnpike extension. significant traffic delays. police tell commuter to look for an alternate route. let's send it over to danielle gersh to see how it's affecting the roadways.
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if you take the t yo we have moderate delays on the green line. here's a look at zakim bridge. heading into town from the not. we do ven a accident on 93 southbound at route 62. route one no issue braintree to boston northbound on the expressway half an hour this morning. south of town another accident in foxboro. 59 northbound at mechanic street. that's backing things up. heading into town on the pike you're starting to slow down in framingham and stop and go all the way into boston. also slow o heading up to the pike. let's look at the dry time if you get ready to head out the door. braintree to boston north bound on the expressway 26 minutes. 19 minutes into town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound 128 to zakim bridge 24 minutes this morning. back to you guys? we're following breaking news out of iowa. police are serving for whoever shot two des moines police officers in an ambush style
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after 2:00. and was shot and killed why sitting alone in his patrol car. the second officer came in to assist and was also shot and killed. state officials have launched a man hunt for the suspect or suspects and say police are at risk. we doubled up our officers urbandale is taking the same precautions. there's definitely danger out there right now. police say the suspect 46-year-old michael greene from they don't think the two officers interacted with the gunmen prior to being shot. also breaking right now. police say they've identified the person who was found on the doorstep of an apartment complex in lawrence deceased. she's 62-year-old from lawrence. investigator believe she died yesterday morning and her death is suspicious. breaking overnight one person recovering after a
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the driver flipped over and landed on top of the guardrail earlier this morning. police say good samaritans stopped to try to pull out that driver. it took crews about an hour to make the rescue. also breaking overnight a train going off the tracks. it derailed in westford and it's still there right now. onboard hazardous materials. although officials say luckily nun none of it has spilled. here's victoria vicki? they are still working. they've brought in a heavy crane to try to left the 1 tank in question on that tank some cleaning materials that can be hazardous. the good news is none of it has spilled. freight train trumping the tracks. the rails ripped apart and inside one of the cars chloride
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the fortunate thing was we had no environmental impact at all. the tank that was in question is safe right now. accept for the fact it's off the tracks. >> fire officials watching things closely. pan-am railways in charge of the cleanup. i live a few doors down. westford shrekman said it's scary especially because this is the second derailment in the last two years. >> over the recent years gone over the section of make sure this thing didn't happen again. friends and neighbors constituents would like answers. i would too. they spent six months on this two tracks. some of these spend quite a bit of time on the two tracks too. no one was hurt and the investigation into how this happened continues. meanwhile crews will work to make sure that dangerous chemicals don't spill as they right the train back on to the tracks. that's why we still have personal on scene.
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well as our residents as the tank gets uprighted. and that upright work continues we're told it can take hours for them to clear the railcars out of here. then they can investigate what caused derailment. then they will have work ahead of them to fix the rails i'm told that this particular track over here will not effect any type of commuters that it's all freight trains that come through this way. victoria warren 7news today. two people are recovering after being hit by a truck in woburn. they were crossing the street near city hall when they hit. they suffered serious life threatening injury. driver did stay at the scene. there's no word yet if that person will be facing charges. tragic news. official try to figure out how
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by the vehicle. the girl daughter was working on the vehicle. child row knowns dead at the scene. her father taken to the hospital. happening now there are robbers on the run after 70-year-old women was tied up and left in trouble in her home. this happened in sterling and the suspect were able to escape. so for the latest on the search for them. let's head out to jennifer eagan. jen? >> we just got an update from the police chief. he said they got overnight. they are working the needs. noech no arrest at this point. big part of this investigation. big focus is this cadillac you see behind us. police say stolen from the couple's home yesterday. but then ditched by the suspect in a field in another part of town. the chief asking anyone who may have seen anything suspicious. any suspicious activity to contact the police department. they've been going over the cadillac for fingerprints. a 70-year-old women was home
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yesterday around 10:00 a.m. when three men came into the home and bound her feet and hand with duct tape. they were wearing mask and glove. there's a possibility more people could be involved. >> they had tow get to this location somehow. they had to get there. they had to get picked up with the evacuate it it was abandoned. >> are you possibly looking for a fourth suspt. we're looking for the three who did the home invasion. we don't know where the investigation could lead us. there could be more. the police chief said they don't believe this was random robbery. we're live in sterling this morning. jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." six days are left in election countdown. both candidates entering the final stretch. donald trump heading to florida
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and new documents release ready raising questions in the clinton campaign. nancy chin is here now with more. nancy? >> good morning to you. it is bill clinton who is facing controversy the pardoning of wealth husband is now back under the microscope 16 years later. >> the fbi posting 129 pages from it's 2001 investigation of marc rich. he's the former hedge fund trader pardoned by bill clinton on the last day in office. the fbi said the release has nothing to do with politics. it was just response to a freedom of information act request. hillary clinton campaign immediately questioned the release calling it odd. clinton going on the attack against human being ler in florida on tuesday. >> i am sick and tired of the negative dark devisive dangerous
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who support donald trump. privately the clinton campaign see no slide in their poles. however clinton doesn't let the nerves show on the campaign trail. if you know anybody who say they think of voting for trump. i want you stage an intervention. >> and on that note clinton e-mail scandal breathing new life into trumps push toward the presidency. he's trying to democrats who may be outraged by the e-mail investigation. a week before the election. donald trump making an extraordinary perhaps unprecedented appeal to million who have already voted for hillary clinton. >> wisconsin is one of several states where you can change your early ballot. a lot of stuff has come out. in wisconsin and in pennsylvania trump doubts about
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investigation writing a time he has time he has turned against clinton. >> i will ask congress to convene a special session. so we can repeal and replace. and it will be such an honor for me, for you and for everybody in this country. on tuesday the trump campaign announced an adbuy. a message in 13 state. 12 of which barack obama won in 2012 the goal to convince people trump is we have election coming up. you will not have another chance. in four years you can forget it. >> trump has plenty of hurdles here including glaring from paul ryan the leader of the republican party still not campaigning with trump even in his home state of wisconsin last night. ryan did confirm on tuesday he voted for trump. 7news "today in new england." opening statements will be delivered in the retrial of convicted killer gary lee
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massachusetts. in 2001 and one in new hampshire. but the ruling in federal court was thrown out in 2011 because of juror misconduct. >> a shot fired. now that suspect has been locked up. hank investigates with this new type of identity theft that could be costing you big time. >> sunshine and mild air prevailing through the afternoon. take a look at the 7-day and demolition of tolls continues this morning. how much progress crews have
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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...
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britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> welcome back. 9:14. get a coat. within reason we don't tell you to get the flip-flops or
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maybe lunch outside. couldn't be a beach day but i think we can have lunch outside. 53 in boston. low-to-mid 50s across the board. very pleasant air. even at this time temperature running 15 to 20 degrees above where we were yesterday morning at this time. we saw the wind change direction out of the south you noticed the difference right out the door this mornin us. some cloudiness this morning. more sunshine winning out here midmorning into midafternoon. more cloud spilling on in overnight tonight. in terms of any rain i think we're dry throughen thing hours and throughout most of the overnight hours if there's a couple of showers that get-going mainly across northern mass and southern new hampshire. i think mass pike dry during the morning hour. then in the afternoon most of the showers north and west of
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close to the city and down into southeastern mass. it's fairly widespread swinging through by tomorrow. on the other side of the front that comes through some cooler weather. be have some milder times ahead. then you can pretty much push that off to the south as the cool air drains in friday, saturday into sunday. not that far below seasonal levels. mild day mid-to-upper 60s in many the forecast for tonight mild mostly cloudy skies. few degrees either side of 50. the wind may struggle to turn back to the south. when you look at forecasted high dwooif to 60 that's a huge rage. there's a huge rain. merrimack valley southern new hampshire low to mit 50s for a while tomorrow afternoon. men while south of the south pike into southern worcester
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into the 60s. boston close to 60. you made fade back a little bit once showers settle in. taking through the rest of the week into the weekend. we talked about the cooldown here. back in upper 40s and lower 50s into the weekend. friday may sneak in close to low 50s. then back into the 40s in the afternoon. it's dry for the weekend. it's early next week. we have pore news people across the state leaning to get onboard with easy pass. this the line you're about to see tuesday. outside the easy pass center. 40 people waiting to open an easy pass account. so the department of transportation said all 23 locations will be in some stage of demolition at this point as of tuesday the d.o.t. said 58 of
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fully demolished. still ahead at 9:30. a frighten find on halloween. the dangerout bottle one child found in their candy bag. a different form of high-tech identity theft even if you are not the intended target it could still end up costing at's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines.
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ollege loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. evit takes money away from the, regular public schools om students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady
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>> today we take a look at company accused of doing bad business. it's identity theft that could cause you big bucks and make headaches. >> this morning hank investigates. >> reporter: don't joke about dawn shores ga garage gore business having up and down. what is happened with his business -- it makes me mad is not one bit funny. >> off because the business has fallen. it's called business identity theft. we only see the tip of the iceberg. here's how the door of desepgs. when a spring she googled what she thought the company that originally installed it. actualsford garage door and said come fix this. soon after a guy pulled up unmarked truck charged her $400 and can't fix the door.
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he got the original file found the real phone number and complained. but don and theresa we never sent anyone to your house. i don't like being taken. >> the shores show me if internet internet specifically for chumsford all kinds of similar listing show up. expert call them shadow companies. and when unsuspecting customer call the shadow companies >> i called and asked to speak to theresa and they will say she's not in the office today. >> after the shore got dozens of complaint for shoddy work and inflated cost they called police and detective lured a guy to a sting location. when that guy fled they issued a warrant for his arrest. now he's disappeared. >> i find it infuriating. it's another way of stealing. dawn and theresa are
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internet desepgs will cost them their business. >> they know fake garage door bad guys are also targeting other communities. >> i've called an asked if they billerica garage door. they will tell you what you want to hear. >> since they rely on you. don't let them do it. don't be rushed. get multiple estimates. and police say call them if you're suspicious. in the newsroom. hank phillipi ryan. >> just ahead the world series wraps up tonight from managers ahead of tonight decisive game 7 in cleveland. nationwide give away thanks to historic match-up. why president obama seems to be all pumped up and talking about
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ols, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools. but some kids aren't so lucky. where they live, they don't go to a great school, and they have no choice. imagine if your kids were trapped in a failing school. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. but question 2 will change the future for thousands of kids who need your help. please join me and
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joanne: shs 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. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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>> a long chich drought for one franchise will end tonight. as the indian host the cubs in game 7 of the world series. chicago forszing the deciding 6 in cleveland. the cub scored three runs in the first inning. short stop then hit grand slam against chicago a comfortable lead cubs won easily 9-3. >> what it cops down to we have i will go out lemon and asites an important game tomorrow. you know and we'll be really excited to play. >> of course we want to be the group that breaks the string.
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it's just correct and that we would go 7 games. if the cubs win tonight they would become only the sixth team in history to come back from 3-1 deficit to win the world series. before the game starts you can get a free taco at taco bell. thanks to stolen base in game one everybody in the u.s. gets a free taco today. this is part of fast food chain's steal a base steal a taco. even president obamas talking if you can find the time to get a free taco then you can find the time to go vote. you can pick up free doritos local taco from 2:00 to 6:00 if you can find the taco bell near you. >> i was committed in college to taco bell. >> you're not the only one. there was much more ahead 9:30.
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hear what the governor and mayor have to say on legalizing marijuana. how warm the air gets and when we will see rain ahead. robbed in when you're raised by a single mom, you learn how important it is to live within your means. i'm colin van ostern, and i took that lesson to my work in business, and it's how i'll stand up for you as governor. by cutting inefficient spending and using innovation to save tax dollars,
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to create clean energy jobs, protect affordable health care, and lower college costs and cut student debt. as governor, i'll stand up for you. evit takes money away from the, regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes,
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ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? >> wreaking overnight a train derails in westford. crews are figuring how to get it moving again with hazardous materials onboard. and shot fired inside a hear from the clerk who comes face to face with that armed robber. >> and pope francis speaking out. what he has to say about the possibility of female priests in the catholic church. welcome back on this wednesday morning everybody. >> so you got used to that puffy coat. you can shed that today. >> thank goodness. you have more on the forecast. don't put it too deep into the closet.
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later on this afternoon. good morning, everyone. family in boston. 54 norward. there's the wind out of the south-southwest ever important wind direction for us as it usually drags in the milder air. we certainly saw that overnight and continue to see that throughout the day today. quite a bit of sunshine in southern new england. all and all it's steller afternoon with temperature surging into the mid-to-upper 60s. you can see the mild air stretching back into the cleveland. warm world series game last night. courtesy of ohio valley and midwest sending the mild air in here. how about the tee time. the golf course the greening up. we haven't had the hard freeze on the ground frozen over yet. 67 to 68 in a lot of suburbs. a little bit cooler across merrimack valley and southern new hampshire tomorrow.
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for more on that tomorrow afternoon. >> train going off the tracks and now that train is still stuck in place. luckily, though the hazardous materials onboard didn't spill. >> crew trying to figure how to get it going once again. victoria warren has more now from westford. a freight train jumping the tracks the railed ripped apart and inside one of the cars chloride solution. >> neighbors told ty to evacuate but then good news. >> the fortunate thing we had no environmental impact at all. the tank in question is safe now accept for the fact it's off the tracks. >> fire officials watching things closely. pan am railways in charge of the cleanup. >> i just live a few doors down. westford selectman said it's scary especially because this is the second derailment in the last two years. >> over the recent years gone
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happen again. . >> know my friends, neighbors constituents would like answers. i would too. they spent six months on these two tracks. this summer they spent time on the track as to. no ones hurt. the investigation into how this happened continues. meanwhile crews will work to make sure that dangerous chemicals don't spill as they right the train back on to the tracks. that's why we have personal on scene. well as our resident as the tank get uprighted. it will take time to clear the railcars o out. they need to investigate what caused derailment and then there's going to be a lot of work to fix these tracks. the good news it's only freight trains that go through here. no commuter trains are effected. in westford. victoria warren 7news "today in new england." right now police are searching for the man who robbed
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two masked men held up at knife point. they ran off with $500 worth of cash and cigarettes. i looked up because i heard the door open. and this guy in a black nylon mask. black hoody, with a switch out in his hands looks at me and says don't move. >> the clerk wasn't hurt during that robbery. >> and this morning we have learned the driver responsible for salem, new hampshire will face a number of charges. a 69-year-old was killed when it clipped her car sending into oncoming. he was drunk and had drugs in the car. he's been charged with dwi and drug possession. >> police are trying to figure out who handed a mini vodka build to a child on halloween. they found this green apple
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trick-or-treating. >> a pair of trick-or-treaters in didn't leaf treats at all. they the homeowner simply want their bowl to be returned. >> also this morning an armed robber behind bars after allegedly firing a shot inside a market in hyannis. this morning the clerk the talking about his thought process when he saw the gun. let's go to nancy chin with nor. >> that cash year now talking about what happened.
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it's from the willow tree market. saturday you see the robber there dressed in black. he's threatening with a gun then firing a shot there at first they thought its all a joke. then realized the robber wasn't laughing. i laughed at him because of the halloween type of thing. i thought he was trying to scare me. he said give me the money whatever you have in there. the man with the gun 19-year-old homeless man also recoed from another store in the end police wound up arresting three people in connection with the robbery. in the newsroom. nancy chin, 7 news "today in new england." election countdown. just six days away now. ballot ballot under way in massachusetts over question four. mayor marty walsh and governor charlie baker asking voter to say no legalizing marijuana. no matter what i say or the city
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people who don't want the shops would say. it doesn't matter. in terms of soda and drinks and food and desserts and candies. we've never seen anything like that. in the market we live in now. >> and yesterday, yes on four released this statement reading in part this is not a marijuana issue. this is a social justice issue. let's legalize tax and regulate marijuana to tack it will epidemic and end mass incarceration. we must vote yes on four. >> protestor in wheelchair fill the lobby in boston. in fact they blocked the entrance police say about 100 protestor turned out for to advocate for disability right. one person was arrested. new dethey'll in the wreck in the back bay involving a boston fire engine. bft police have cited the driver
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emergency vehicle. arthe vehicle was hit by the fire truck monday. investigator say the driver blocked the fire truck at an intersection. the truck collided with that suv and then crashed into several other parked cars. one civilian and four firefighters were treat. it's been a kouchl tape since deadly pipeline explosion in alabama. the effects are still being felt across the south. some area experiencing a gasoline shortage and price increases and we're learnin safety record. what i feel. i felt bad. i still feel bad. emotion running high for colonial pipeline leader tuesday after one person was killed in an explosion on monday. >> this is something that is not a routine thing for us. it's not happen all the time kind of thing. it's just a tragic accident. >> colonial has had problems over the past decade.
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178 spills that released 193,000 gallon of hazardous liquid. in 2003 the eopa fined colonial 34 million for gross negligence after it spilled almost a million gallon of diesel fuel in south carolina. one firefighter saw the explosion up close. the hole in the pipeline. the flames 300 feet in the air. one of the first on the scene said the fire was relatively easy to contain compared the victims? >> we had contractor coming out that were just hurt and telling us you know there's # or nine people out there. it was just hectic. expect live say they want to restart the project as early as this weekend. new this morning pope francis said women cannot become catholic priest. this comes after he met with members of the let iran church
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letter. by pope john pauk the ii bid say the church doesn't have the authority to allow women to become priest. a new report on the final moment of doomed malaysia airlines flight suggest no one was controlling the plane when it plunged into the ocean. the plane itself has still not be found. but part of it have been washing up on island in the indian ocean. the technical report supports the theory that plane ran out of fuel and crashed with no one at thetr one of the wing flaps was extended. >> turning to fight against isis. iraqi special forces are making some key advances as they fight the terror group near mozul. military officials say troops have taken control of a state television building in the embattled city. forces took control of a village just outside of mozul. officials believe that freeing that village opens the door to entering the city itself. still ahead on "today in new
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flames. now officials are scrambling to replace these gifts from military families. and a hostage note of all things brought to school and how one mother used her child to alert the authorities. >> fantastic afternoon ahead of us. temperature well into the 60s with sunshine. how long that last, and the
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>> muppets, miss piggy, kermit the frog. the parade airs on thanksgiving day. roast the turkey. watch the parade. eat, drink and be merry. >> how about the forecast? >> you can't leave out the nap. we have to take the afternoon nap between the taking a look at the forecast going ahead for us. we have mild air in place feeling more like mid-to-late september. of course that all important macy's day forecast. you can't have too much wind for those huge snoopies running the street there. 53 in redding right now. 55 in melrose. 55 and 56 in swampscott. and breakfield and sturbridge. mild air all around southern new
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taunton to bridgewater. we're closing in on 60 across the vineyard up into sandwich at 58. a lot of sunshine across southern necessarily new england. this is quiet pattern for us through the rest of the day. clouds will increase overnight tonight and a couple of showers by early tomorrow morning across northern mass and southern new hampshire. it's in the afternoon they are more widespread and closing in the city of boston by theim hours. eventually into southeastern mass. south of boston the most likely chance not until late in the day. and then behind the front we will usher in cooler weather and gusty wind on friday as temperature back closer to 50 degrees verses the mid-to-upper 60s that we'll get this afternoon. 66 in boston. it's certainly a mild day ahead.
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the trick to forecast tomorrow figuring out whether does norther i will wind kick back to south. if it doesn't kick back to south you remain on the cooler side and i do expect that to be the case here in southern new hampshire and merrimack valley of northern mass here. that we may struggle temperature wise tomorrow. close to 60 in boston. where you have breaks of sun and still that souther i will wind southern worcester county. southeastern mass temperature well into the0 this weekend too does mark the end of daylight saving. we watch that. fall back one hour. you get the extra hour of sleep on sunday. but you also watch the sunset at now 4:31 on sunday afternoon. it is the time of year we're into solar winter from noer, december and january. some of the shortest days of the year. 7 on 7 forecast through the weekend into early next week. you start to warm it up by election day back in the low 60s
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up the flame destroying donations for military family. electrical fire destroyed the building. inside bar donated toys for the kid of military families. the program organizer says that even with the fire he will do whatever it takes to give the kids a special christmas again. >> come hell or high water there will be a party and toys in the gym nauz >> if you are interested in helping the charity replenish their supply you can find donations boxes coop practicetive bank of cape cod. he took that note to class and then authorities were able to rescue her from there. take a look. at middle school in louisiana it was a note an 11-year-old passed to teacher that sent this man donald ray guy to jail.
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deputies for quite sometime had been wanted by authority. he was already facing domestic violence charges and accused of skipping court dates. well it was very concerning at first understanding that we had a hostage situation. that middle school student at school tuesday morning shared a note from mom saying she was in trouble. the note was apparently dated for last friday. quickly getting the sheriff's attention. >> its always a chill that goes through you when you understand that maybe the child was going through some very bad environment and the mother may what we actually found. after talking to the 11-year-old and with some quick detective work they narrowed it down. they knew the suspects known for running. the sheriff called in tracking team and extra officers then armed with a search warrant went to the home. we found him hiding in the closet. now he's facing new charges including false imprisonment. deputies also found a stolen atv. so that man will also be facing a judge in two cities
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deputies are waiting for him where yet another warrant ready. caught on camera a thief stealing a necklace from a consignment shop in new mexico. police didn't have to look hard to find matthew crowder because he left business card behind. he also posted on facebook. >> this guy is goof ball. i can't believe it. i can believe it. these guys are dumb. business. know that he's not there to purchase stuff but there to rip you off. police department said the three has three warrants for his arrests in other jurisdictions. >> craving a little bit of extra attention as well. >> it's 9:49. and up next in sports a bruins goalie looking to stay undefeatedment. could he keep the streak alive and lead the bees past the pathers. who decided to dress up as
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at's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines.
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est rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. at stop & shop, shoppers are discovering low prices by the thousands, plus even more that just dropped. all these low prices! what are you trying to do, no. just trying to save you a whole lot of ?bread.? [ laughter ] thousands of blue tags, thousands of low prices. my stop & shop. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests.
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$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. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> good morning. the bees goaltender remains undefeated this season. not showing any signs of the injury that forced him to miss three straight game. bees five and o and o and 4 without him. despite a game time decision with an undisclosed injury suffered after practice monday. and burjuron make impact four
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smithed. that's a penalty shot and watch mershon take advantage. he will undress with the four hand to back hand move. given the bruins 1-0 lead. under two minutes to go. pathers on the power play with extra attacker on tuka stands tall coming through one of 33-saves the bruins 7 for 7 on the penalty kill and they win it 2-1 the final. celtics hosting the bulls to night at thede loss out in chicago. that's sports. i'm joe amorosino, have a great day. >> excuse me. who are you? >> patriots defensive end chris long getting in on halloween fun. he dressed up as julian edelman.
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wearing edelman house. >> not at all creepy at all. >> like the tom brady mask; right? >> what do they say invitation is sincerest form of flattery. up next maybe a royal has fallen in low. the american actress that prince harry is coying up with. >> november imtating september here this afternoon. temperature well into the 60s. the forecast, ahead. joanne: she's not fooling me. he'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. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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evit takes money away from the, regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public
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>> could there be another royal wedding in the near future? >> a friend of prince harry said he's serious about his new american girlfriend. harry and actress started dating two months ago. the two are moving quickly and that she has already met prince
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the street of new york city. a copy cat spotted on this new york city sidewalk. mick jagger posted this video to face book of this bear performing rolling stones "start me up." >> he would make a good bass player too. i only saw $1 he's impressive. take a look at the forecast for tomorrow. still mild especially south of the mass pike. low call year to north and especially across the merrimack valley into southern new hampshire. we'll track showers tomorrow as well. most widespread in the afternoon and early evening. get on the other side of the front. gusty wind on friday. cool heading into the weekend. not particularly overwhelmingly cold. a bit below seasonal levels. it looks like it starts to warm up by tuesday. enjoy the rest of your morning.
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have a great morning and hopefully we will see you back here for 7news at noon. kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework... she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. at ikea, we believe that everything you need should be within reach. that anything that matches your taste can match your budget. that green living doesn't have to cost much green. we believe that you should always have room for the little things.
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this morning on "today's take" harry connick jr. is co-hosting and your roundup of the hottest movie, tv and books for thanksgiving weekend. plus helpful hacks to make your meal time quick, simple and deli now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on this wednesday morning, the 2nd day of november. can you believe it? 2016. we are in november, guys. i'm tamron along with dylan and our very special guest co-host this morning, harry connick jr.

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