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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. >> christa: first at noon, hillary clinton will be in north carolina. >> sarah: donald trump will be there, too. his campaign is focusing on new hampshire also. all eyes are on the country's battleground states. >> christa: every last vote will count. with just five days left in the election countdown, we begin coverage with victoria warren. live from manchester, new hampshire. >> reporter: the battle is on in those battleground states. >> in six days, we are going to win the great state of florida. >> reporter: after a day of rallies across florida, donald trump heading to north carolina.
pennsylvania. his daughter ivanka coming back to namplt once again, showing how important the granite state is to trump's campaign. ivanka has three stops scheduled here thursday. as the days before election day run out, trump himself is coming back to court those four crucial electoral votes, promising to stay focused and on script. >> we have to be nice and cool. nice and cool. stay on point, donald. stay on poi no sidetracks, donald. nice and easy. >> reporter: ivanka trump has her first of three stops at this school here in manchester. she should be here shortly. donald trump himself returning to new hampshire tomorrow and then election eve, he has a big rally planned. in manchester. live in manchester, victoria warren, 7 news. >> sarah: hillary clinton's campaign is also making a last-minute push with more
>> reporter: clinton is in north carolina today campaigning with her former rival bernie sanders and singer farrell... faerl pharrell williams. hillary clinton looking to the man she hopes to replace for a last push of support. >> so we've got to work our hearts out this week! we have to work like our future depends on it because it actually depends on it! >> reporter: toy yesterday he rallied a crowd at the university of north carolina, calling for the state's college students and african-americans to vote for clinton. but perhaps his most important campaign stop will be election eve in the all-important swing state of new hampshire. it's there that clinton's daughter, someone who knows the candidate best will travel to tomorrow. today chelsea clinton wearing a let's make her story t-shirt is stumping in wisconsin. >> i'm really biased towards my mom.
i'm deeply, deep lip biased. because i'm so fiercely proud to be her daughter. >> reporter: clinton's camp is focusing on battleground states that could give her a path to victory. klinon stumped in arizona yesterday, trying to appeal to latino voters. >> we now have 200 million americans registered to vote! the biggest number we have ever had. let's make that the story of this election! not the insults! not the not the hateful rhetoric. but that america came together! >> reporter: now, clinton is calling on other big names to campaign for her these last few days. they include her husband, former president bill clinton, senator bernie sanders and her running mate, tim kaine. then famous friends like katie perry, jay z, cher, and stevie wonder will host fund-raisers or get out the vote performances. kimberly bookman, 7 news.
arizona, trump has a five-point lead with less than a week to go. and in florida, clinton is leading by two points. a month ago, it was trump who was up by three points. further out west in nevada, donald trump leads in that battleground state. 49% to 43%. klinon had the lead there two weeks ago. and in pennsylvania, hillary clinton has improved her lead there. she has a four-point lead ahead of donald trump. she was two points up a month ago. >> sarah: a record turnout of early voters yesterday. more than 2,000 people voted at city hall as of 7:30 last night. what officials believe is sa new record. they think the warm weather drew the crowds out. since early voting opened last week, more than 33,000 people have voted. tonight forecast at 11:00, we will have the latest 7 news. >> umass-lowell poll. we are looking up the numbers in new hampshire for the presidential race as well as the senate race that could shift the balance of power in the nation's capital.
wire, our political editor andy hiller and umass-lowell pollster dr. josh will answer some of your questions. e-mail your questions to 7 news at whdh.com. or ask us on twitter, using the hash tag 7 news. they will have some answers tonight right here on channel 7. >> christa: we will take a moment to check out the weather. looking outside, it is one of those gloomy days. certainly, warm. at least for this third day of >> sarah: yeah. there was some rain earlier. danielle has more on. that >> danielle: thanks, sarah. a lot of rain still off to our north and webs. heading into the next couple of hours, we will track that rain moving in. right now, starting to see some showers push across western massachusetts. probably smart to have the umbrella handy. for right now, basically, until this afternoon. now, all of that heavier rain staying well to our north. those of you north of the pike where the heavier rain will
exceed half an inch. then south of the pike, probably going to see about a tenth of an inch. this isn't a huge soaking rain event. and then as we head into the overnight hours, things are clearing out. and tomorrow, the cooler day and windier day. this afternoon, kind of one of those funky days where thition our north are in the 50's. but then south of the pike, down along the cape, temperatures are on the warm side. in the mid to upper 60's. depending on where you are, that really makes a big difference in the temperatures for today. tomorrow, though, we are taking off about ten degrees more on the forecast coming up. back to you guys. >> christa: meantime, a triumphant return to chicago this morning for the new world series champs. hundreds of cubs fans turned out at wrigley field to welcome home the champions. they won game seven in dramatic fashion last night. >> it's over! the cubs have finally won it all! >> reporter: i mean, it had to happen this way. game seven. they clinch it in the tenth inning, doing something that
in that city. they took down the dlindians in a final score of 8-7. >> sarah: this epic match-up took 7 games and had fans in suspense until the very end. kris anderson now with more on the big win. >> kris: that w flag is flying high above the windy city today. if you are going to win a world series after 108-year drought, then why not make sure to do it in dramatic fashion? last night's pivotal game 7 had its fair share of back in the windy city. the world champion cubs back home in chicago. arriving at wrigley in the wee hours of the morning to hundreds of fans cheering them on. world series trophy in hand, delivering the hardware to a city that's been waiting 108 years to wear the crown. thaerng crown wasn't easy. >> the cubs win the world series!
team. winning a thrilling game 7 that will go down as one of the greatest fall classic finales in history. a back-and-forth battle interrupted by mother nature and then went into extra innings. before the cubs klotzed it out, winning 8-7 in the tenth. reversing that 108-year-old curse. >> the curse for me is an excuse, looking for a way out. we just played good baseball. we didn't care about a goat. we cared about each other. we cared about gein we cared about playing good baseball. we did that from day one. >> kris: jon lester had three innings of work on the mound. meantime, fans in chicago elated. celebrating a world sear reez championship they have been waiting for their entire lives. >> the whole game i was like, is this really going to
i don't know what to say, man. >> the entire bar was sitting there like. this. >> i have been a big cubs fan since i was a young man. a young boy. my father worked the grounds crew. so this is a dream come true. >> kris: hey, how about the architect of that world series win? theo epstein. he was able to reverse the curse here in boston. now delivering a title to the world series fans of chicago. the parade, by the way, tentatively scheduled for tomorrow. >> christa: all right. president obama is, of course, from chicago. he is a die-hard white sox fan. he was excited about this win for the cubs. in fact, the tweet from the president's account read this. "it happened. cubs win world series. that's change even a south-sider can believe in." >> sarah: a ground-breaking study that ties football with head injuries that can cause a brain disease. let's head out live to steve
sure. this is being called a breakthrough study by researchers here at boston university. it was all unveiled a little while ago. and kevin turner's father, former n.f.l. player is now speaking out for the first time. >> i don't regret that he played. you know, well, in a sense. >> reporter: raymond turner speaking out following the death of his son earlier this year. former n.f.l. player, kevin turner. turner played for the new england patriots and the philadelphia eagles. he died at the age of 46 in march from complications of als. >> would you pick another sport for your son in. >> absolutely. golf. i like golf. >> reporter: kevin turner's family joined dozens of other family members here at boston university where a post more them study was done on his brain. researchers announced a breakthrough study tying the number of years in football with permanent brain damage. >> years of playing football, 25 years of playing football can result in debilitating, devastating disease.
>> reporter: findings show a direct correlation now between brain inflammation brought on by football-related head injuries and cte. or chronic traumatic encephalopathy. >> thank you. on behalf of the family. all the dock torsion. dr. stern, thank you all. i'm so sorry. >> reporter: turner is thankful the issue being talked about and recognized. >> i'm not mad. i'm more sad than anything. i love football. you know, as much as probably anybody. but i just want to see if it can be made safer. >> reporter: so turner is now urging parents not to let their kids play football until they get into high school. he is also hoping in the wake of this study that was released today, that the n.f.l. will do more to address the issue. we are live from boston, steve
coming up next, at noon, tom brady using the bye week to enjoy a night out where he and gisele were spotted in boston. >> sarah: mark wahlberg talking about his new movie based on the boston marathon bombing. why he said the entire crew was focused on getting it right. >> danielle: showers moving across western massachusetts. how long the rain sticks around and what to expect for friday and the weekend coming up. >> sarah: a car going up in flames. hitting a tree. what the driver was trying to avoid. >> sarah: if you see breaking news or have a story idea, we want to hear from you. call us on the 7 news
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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 charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. interviewer: what would stop you from voting this november? woman 1: working late. man 1: lines -- i hate long lines. woman 2: no babysitter. william f. galvin: for the first time ever we have early voting. if you're registered, you can vote any day between october 24th and november 4th. avoid election day lines -- vote on your schedule. man 1: wow, that helps!
woman 2: it' a timesaver. i love it. william f. galvin: it's easier than ever for you to vote. learn more at massearlyvote.com kathy: it goes by so fast. kate: one
day you're a kid - and the next... kelly: ...you're raising your own little girl. kelly: growing up, i watched my mom work so hard. through challenges and struggles, she made our lives better. she's my inspiration in the senate - whether strengthening social security or medicare, protecting our environment, or helping make college more affordable... she taught me that with hard work... kathy: anything. kate: my mom taught me that too. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, and i approved that message. >> sarah: all right. a little rain out there this morning. >> christa: don't be deceived. kind of gray and yucky out there.
57 degrees under mostly cloudy skies. so depending on where you are today, up across southern new hampshire, that is where temperatures are in the low 50's. and then down along the cape, in the upper 50's. new bedford sitting at 65 right now. today is one of those days where we have a big spread in the temperatures. depending on, you know, where you are. we are also watching a lot of that shower activity. right now, a lot of it is off to our north and offer to our west. it will move in as we head into this afternoon. in the next couple of hours here. probably smart to have the scattered showers will be light in nature, though. not expecting downpours. see all that heavier rain. staying to our north across vermont and new hampshire. where you see the yellow and the orange, that is the heavier stuff. north of the pike, is where i think we will see the most rain. south of the pike, i do think the rain will be more isolated in nature. as we head into this evening, you could see a stray isolated
things clear out. tomorrow, we wake up to cloud cover. by lunchtime tomorrow, the sunshine is back. tomorrow is also a cooler day. all said and done, rain totals, not looking too impressive with. this although we do still need all the rain we can get. as i mentioned, tomorrow's breezy and a cooler day. that northwest wind going to gust anywhere from 20-30 miles per hour. throughout the day tomorrow. so it will be a little blustery out there. by saturday morning, that is finally when those winds will start to let up. so the christa was mentioning, temperatures today on the warm side. in the low 60's. but tomorrow, we are taking off about ten degrees, staying there saturday and as we head into your sunday as well. and normal highs for this time of year, mid-50's. we will be below that for the next couple of days. also, a note for the weekend. daylight savings time ends as we head into saturday and sunday. so what that means, sunday's sunset going to be at 4:30 and the sunrise going to be right
the temperatures. those low's to our north. and then the cape, southern massachusetts, seeing some 6's. for tonight, we are drying out. as we head into the weekend, your 7 on 7 forecast. things looking pretty good. sunshine returns tomorrow. but we cool those temperatures down into the low 50's. saturday and sunday, though, looking pretty good. by tuesday, election day, back to the 60's. >> christa: okay. thank you. tom brady enjoying some time off with gisele bundchen. >> sarah: the two made a rare public appearance to open a new store in the prudential center. >> nancy: tom brady and gisele bundchen posing with jordan spieth and the founder of underarmour. the patriots power couple attended the opening of the underarmour store on boylston street. the night on the town meant brady was missing some of the world series. >> who is playing? >> nancy: brady wouldn't pick a side in the series, he did open up about the trade that sent jamie collins to
and it's a challenging part of it. i think, you know, the older you get, the more you see, that is the way it has to go. >> nancy: brady says it is a change that no player is above. >> it could happen to anybody. you can't be around this long and not realize that the world will
keep spinning. the sun will come up tomorrow without you. that is the way it goes. >> nancy: nancy chen, 7 news. >> christa: just ahead on 7: the celtics take home a win. they lost a key player.
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it 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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kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest 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. 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, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
>> sarah: the celtics winning at home but losing a star
player. the c's won the game 107-100. they take on the cavaliers in cleveland tonight. >> christa: hard to believe. this we are more than halfway through the football season already. it is time to set your fantasy lineups for another week nine of action. here is trey daerr and jadiann thompson with today's fantasy fixer. >> jadiann: hey there, pats fans. we are on week nine of jadiann thompson here with our in-house expert. i have to talk about something. we can't talk about the patriots. they are in a bye week. the only 7-win team going into it. >> the seattle seahawks one week from now. big match-up on sunday night
another match-up i like fantasy-wise, the chiefs and jaguars. chiefs playing at home. really tough team to beat at home. they have some problems at running back. spencer ware and jamal charles probably not going play. west will be a huge pick-up. crushed it last year. jacksonville, 27th against the run. west starts. >> jadiann: a little bit of a surprise in the league right now, the falcons. just coming off the big win. >> i'm feeling the energy there. you have to like the energy you are seeing from the you want to hitch your wagton matt ryan. unbelievable year. 19-4 touchdown-interception ratio. >> broncos, raiders. >> hard to say that the oakland raiders have a chance to be in first place in the asu west.
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>> sarah: we are getting a new look at mark wahlberg's movie patriot's day. based on the marathon bombing. the makers of the movie are taking people behind the scenes. the new trailer features interviews with cast members and some of the actual people
who were there during the bombings and manhunt. it also provides a look at some of the sets used during filming. including sean collier's house in somerville. >> it is such a sensitive subject matter. boston is such a small place. everybody knows somebody who
lot of it. i don't want to see a lot of stuff in the movie that didn't happen. that kind of stuff belittles the real heroes of the bombing. the victims. >> sarah: patriot's day comes out next month. >> christa: much more to come in the next half hour right here on 7. another check on the top stories. >> sarah: a lock at where the candidates are stuffing for votes today. ... stumping for votes today. >> danielle: we are tracking some showers in the western part of the state. when the sunshine returns coming up. >> danielle: new details tabts man who shot and killed two police officers in iowa. it is all coming up next. massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools
vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. i'm maggie hassan, and
new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask
hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than
the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. >> christa: all right. just five days away from the presidential election. the candidates, you could say, colliding in north carolina today. hillary clinton hoping for a big voter turnout.
predicting victory there. both sides headed our way. new hampshire really becoming a key swing state as well. ivanka trump is there right now gearing up for a couplele of events today. >> reporter: the battle is on in those battleground states. >> in six days, we are going to win the great state of florida. >> reporter: after a day of rallies across florida, donald trump heading to north carolina. his wife melania goes to pennsylvania ivanka comes back to new hampshire once again, showing how important the granite state is to trump's campaign. ivanka has three stops scheduled here thursday. and as the days before election day run out, trump himself is coming back to court those four crucial electoral votes. promising to stay focused and on script. >> we have to be nice and cool. nice and cool. right?
(laughter) no sidetracks, donald. nice and easy. >> reporter: ivanka trump's first stop of the day at a school here in manchester. donald trump himself coming back to new hampshire tomorrow and then he has got a big rally planned in manchester on election eve. reporting in manchester, victoria warren, 7 news. >> sarah: on the democratic side, hillary clinton trying to motivate people to go to the polls in the final days of the campaign. 7's kimberly bookman joins room. >> reporter: well, sarah, clinton is in north carolina today campaigning with bernie sanders and singer pharrell williams. her camp knows new hampshire is an important race and plans to send the commander in chief to take care of business there. hillary clinton looking to the man she hopes to replace for a last push of support. >> so we've got to work our hearts out this week! we have to work like our future depends on it because it actually depends on it! >> reporter: today president
yesterday, he rallied a crowd at the university of north carolina, calling for the state's college students and african-americans to vote for clinton. but perhaps his most important campaign stop will be election eve in the all-important swing state of new hampshire. it's there that clinton's daughter, someone who knows the candidate best will travel to tomorrow. today chelsea clinton wearing a let's make her story t-shirt is stumping in wisconsin. a. >> i'm really biased towards my mom. and i make no claim to the contrary i'm deeply, deeply biased. i'm so fiercely proud to be her daughter. >> reporter: with days to go until the election, clinton's camp is focusing on battleground states that could give her a path to victory. clinton stumped in arizona yesterday, trying to appeal to latino voters. >> we mow have 200 million americans registered to vote. the biggest number we have ever had! let's make that the story of this election! not the insults, not the bigotry, not the hateful
>> reporter: now, clinton is calling on many other big names to campaign for her these last few days. they include her husband, former president bill clinton, vice president joe biden, bernie sanders and her running mate, tim kaine. famous friends like cher, jay z, stevie wonder, and katie perry will host fund-raisers or get out the vote performances. >> christa: all right, kimberly. thank you. tonight at 11:00, we will have the latest 7 news-um we are looking at the numbers in new hampshire for the presidential race. as well as the senate race that could shift balance of power in congress. so as the race comes dune to the wire, our political editor andy hiller and dr. josh will answer some of your questions. e-mail them to 7 news at whdh.com. or ask us on twitter, using the hash tag 7 news. and they will have some of those answers tonight here on 7. >> sarah: a beautiful warm day yesterday. today, a bit of a different story. danielle gersh is here.
the rest of the day? >> danielle: you know, it is cloudier out there today. and we are also tracking some showers. now, a lot of that heavier rain associated with this system is to our north. that is where it will stay. i think heading into 1:00, pretty much until about 4:00 today, if you are heading out, have the umbrella handy. we are watching these showers. tracking across the western portion of the state right now. moving into worcester county. over the next couple of hours, we will start to see some of the steadier rain moving through boston. then as we head into 4:00 p.m., clearing out for the most part. isolated showers. a lot of rain moving on out. tomorrow looking like a pretty nice day but a cooler one. today, temperature-wise, one of those days where north of the pike, temperatures are in the upper 50's. to our south, mid-6's and pretty mild. the farther north you are, the cooler it is for today. tomorrow, though, quite a bit cooler for everyone. we will take off ten degrees. temperatures closer to average
coming up. back to you guys. >> christa: all right. happening today: the retrial of gary lee sampson continues in boston today. kris anderson has more on what's happening. kris? >> kris: jurors heard a confession made by gary lee sampson in which he stated he tried to turn himself in and hated the things he had done. defense lawyers say the convicted killer suffered at least a dozen head injuries throughout his life. arguing those could have played a part inhe killing three men, including two massachusetts men in 2001. he was sentenced to death two years later. the ruling was thrown out back in 2011 due to juror misconduct. these court proceedings, though, have reopened old wounds for some victims' family members. . >> the flood of memories coming back. we are going through this again. i still don't understand why. it is just hard. for all of us. we have been through this already. it's been 13 years now. since he has been convicted.
years old and battling several health problems. including liver disease, hepatitis c, and diabetes. his defense attorneys are hoping that the jury will repeal his original death sentence and... instead of sentencing him to life in prison. >> sarah: a woman and a dog hit by a car in newton this morning while crossing commonwealth avenue. the driver did remain on the scene for questioning. and is cooperating with police. it is crash now under investigation. >> christa: now to some messages of hate. keyed on to a derry, new hampshire's woman's car. now, police are investigating. here is jennifer eagan with more. >> reporter: disturbing messages left at this home in derry, new hampshire. where a woman lives with her biracial son. >> they are hate crimes. somebody has been vandalizing my car. and throwing things in my yard. that are racist.
asleep, jackie stimpson says the words "n-lover" were etched into her car. >> i'm disappointed. i didn't know this still existed. >> reporter: jackie says her second-grade son began to ask questions. >> he is 7. he asked me, what he did wrong and why people may not like him. i just, you know, how do you answer that? >> reporter: they got surveillance cameras. jackie believes she spotsed a car slow down when passing the house. >> clearly, they have a message for me. but they threw eggs on my car. and watermelon. and also fried chicken. into my yard. >> reporter: jackie doesn't know who is behind all of. this she has a message for them. >> somebody has a problem. you know, if we have offended somebody in a meaningful way, i wish they would use words and come have an intelligent discussion with us. >> reporter: sqak jackie is
started. so are police. they are asking anyone with any information to contact the department. s in derry, new hampshire, 7 news. >> sarah: a car going up in flames after a wild wreck on the road. the driver says he was trying to swerve around a deer before slamming right into a tree. nicole oliverio has the story from lester. >> reporter: an s.u.v. bursts into flames after the driver swerves to avoid hitting a deer and ends up smashing into a tree. >> this gentleman, you know, he was himself. he made a spur of the moment decision. and he is alive. >> reporter: that happened on baldwin street yesterday afternoon in leicester. a deer ran into the road, causing the driver to lose control and hit the tree. the car immediately burst into flames. but the man behind the wheel managed to escape. a witness driving by called 911. >> very calm. very come posed. told us immediately that the car was on fire and the gentleman had gotten out already. >> now only the shell of the
replaced. that driver, fortunately, walked away with a couple of bruises and only a broken bone. in leicester, nicole oliverio, 7 news. >> christa: people gathering in boston to call for justice after a deadly police shooting that happened in the south end. boston police officers shot and killed terence coleman sunday after they say he attacked officers ande.'s with a knife. now, coleman's mother says he didn't have a knife on him. she originally called police to take her mentally ill son to the hospital. hundreds of people gathered for the vigil wednesday night to honor him. people wanted to show support for his family and to speak out against police shootings happening across the country. >> they killed this man unnecessarily. and that's at the heart of it. that is what we have been fighting for in the city. and around the country. it is horrible that we have to be out here. we want to make sure the
involved were not wearing body cameras at the time. >> sarah: authorities say two men were gunned down in iowa in ambush-style attacks. now we are learning the alleged shooter has a history of racially charged confrontations. investigators continue searching for answers after two iowa police officers were found forecast fatally shot in their vehicles at separate intersections in the des moines area early on wednesday. the first was discovered just after 1:00 a.m. about 20 minutes later, a intersection less than two miles away. he died a short time later at a nearby hospital. >> it doesn't appear that either officer had an opportunity to interact with the suspect. fns it doesn't look like there was an exchange of conversation. both officers were seated in their cars. f and were shot while they were sitting. >> reporter: 46-year-old scott michael greene was taken into custody after a 7-hour manhunt. >> he was just walking down the road. flagged down a dnr employee.
told him to call 911. from there, the responding deputies took him into custody without incident. >> reporter: greene was known to authorities and had been in an altercation after holding the confederate flag during a high school football game. >> he was waving it during the anthem. he picked some people of color to wave it in front of. there was people in the crowd that felt that was offensive and that he should be removed from the stadium. police say greene does have a history of mental of support for the wakefield police department following the iowa police shootings. someone sent pizza to the station as a kind gesture and a way to say thank you. each box had the message "sorry for iowa" written on the front. >> christa: violence erupting in new orleans at the u.s. senate debate. police forced to pepper . >> spray this krould of protesters at this college. they were there to speak out against david duke, a former kkk leader. he is one of the candidates
officials in mississippi think someone deliberately set a church on fire and vandalized it with pro-donald trump graffiti. police say someone spray-painted vote trump on this historically african-american church in greenville and then set it on fire. investigators say they have a person of intrefs in the case. and the former congressman anthony weiner is reportedly in rehab for sex addiction. according to the "new york post," his treatment prohibits cell phones patients by gender. he will likely face one on one therapy. weiner has had several controversies. at least one of them involving a minor. >> sarah: now a major recall involving the huh mid fires. fire concerns are forcing companies to pull the devices off store shelves. the u.s. consumer product safety commission is recalling almost 3.5 million mu hid fires. they can overheat and catch on fire. they have been sold under
kenmore, and frigidaire. for more details, log on to whdh.com. reebok is moving to boston. according to the "globe," the athletic apparel company is expected to move its headquarters to boston by september of next year. 700 employees will be moved from their current headquarters in canton. reebok officials say they haven't decided exactly where they will put their offices. still ahead on 7 news, pint-sized c.e.o.'s. thirsty for success. the healthy idea behind their business. >> christa: big papi i.p.a..
the new beer david ortiz can enjoy in his retirement. >> danielle: tracking some light showers for this afternoon. may be smart to have the
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and it's how i'll stand up for you as governor. by cutting inefficient spending and using innovation save tax dollars, we'll make new investments without a sales or income tax. 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. 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
>> sarah: 12:45 right now. kind of an interesting day out there today. tough to forecast. there was a huge range in temperatures for some people. some people were getting rain. others weren't. a lot of variability. >> danielle: yeah. some light showers this morning. now more moving. in basically, boston and points north are in the low to mid-50's. and then down towards the cape, upper 50's into the 60's. one of those days, where we have a wide is spread in temperatures. kind of an exciting day. probably smart to have the umbrella handy for the next couple of hours.
north. across vermont and new hampshire. then you can see those light showers starting to track across the western part of our state. moving in at 1:00 p.m. and staying with us until 3:00 this afternoon, you see isolated showers there. then as we head into dinnertime, we are starting to clear out. especially as we head into the overnight hours. by tomorrow, by lunchtime, the sunshine is back with us. tomorrow is a ready nice day. but a cooler all said and done, it doesn't look like rain totals from there will be great. probably going to stay around a quarter of an inch. most of that will fall north of the pike. this isn't a huge rain event for us. heading into tomorrow, though, it is going to be a breezy day as well. that northwest wind is going to gust anywhere from 20-0 miles per hour. for most of the day, actually, not really starting to diminish until we head into the overnight hours and into your saturday. tomorrow, going feel cooler out there. average highs for this time of
the 60's. but tomorrow, we will take off about ten degrees. drop to below normal. stay there as we head into saturday and then even as we head into sunday. but the weekend is mostly dry. the weekend actually looks pretty good. also, a reminder, daylight savings time ends as we head into the weekend. so saturday into sunday, going to want to set the clocks back for an hour. what that means, we are losing a lot of daylight. the sunrise, going to be earlier. then the sunset sunday going a sign that winter is coming. for today, again that, big spread in temperatures. the low to mid-50's to our north. and then 60's to our south. overnight tonight, drying out. cooler. 40's. and then for tomorrow, again, a cooler day. upper 40's into the low 50's. clouds turning into sunshine: and it is a breezy day as well. here is the 7 on 7 forecast. so some showers for this afternoon. clearing out overnight.
saturday and sunday, sunshine staying with us. by election day, back to low 60's. >> christa: okay. these are two second-graders. they are on a task that is kind of beyond their years. >> sarah: yes. exactly. they started their own company to make a special project marketed just for kids. >> who are the c.e.o.'s of the company? >> me and him. >> wait. you guys are c.e.o.s? >> yes. >> reporter: brazil and princeton are twins. these sd- between classwork, homework, and play dates, they decided to build a business based on a subject they know well. what kids like. at the agele of 7, these siblings started their own bottled water company. called water to kids. it is currently on sale in 17 small stores. >> we made this because kids don't drink a lot of water. they don't see it in the store just for them. >> sarah: so far, the success
time you walked into the store and you see water for kids? >> i was happy. >> sarah: eli that was the chief operating officer, distributor, and mom. she says there is quite a process to get the water in the stores. >> we have a bottler. our bottler is the one in upstate new york. it comes from the natural springs of the mountains. and it gets bodled and shipped. we distribute it to the source. >> we want the kids to change their habit a little bit. get the water. instead of the soda. >> eight years old. c.e.o. your own water. what are you going to do? >> we are going to do more things. we will be in a lot of stores. >> sarah: the first store to stock watt for kids, they say business is great. >> christa: coming up, a lot
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cma awards. >> sarah: beyonce performed her song daddy lessons with the dixy chicks who covered t of the year. veteran garth brooks took home entertainer of the year. the big award of the night. pretty exciting. this is his fifth time winning the high honor in 18 years. since the last time he won. taylor swift went back to her roots to present the award to him. a local songwriter also
laurie mckenna won the award for sock of the year for "humble and kind." lover that song. ... love that song. she writes a lot of songs for big-time stars. >> christa: up next on 7:st it is the most wonderful time of the year. a faneuil hall fixture making its way here to boston. >> danielle: light showers moving in for the afternoon. we are clearing things out overnight. sunshine returns tomorrow. more on the forecast coming up. at's kelly ayotte costing you?
you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates.
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>> christa: well, the faneuil hall christmas tree will be arriving in boston today. a norwegian spruce. about 85 feet tall. decorated with 30,000 blinking lights and a thousand strobes. you are looking at the video from a previous tree. it is beautiful. >> sarah: tim adams... sam adams coming out with a david ortiz-themed beer. can't wait for this, right? they are only releasing 541 bottles exclues ily at their brewery in jamaica plain. all proceeds go to david ortiz children's fund. i like that it is kind of citrusy infused. >> christa: all right, danielle. you have the latest on some showers moving in. >> danielle: yeah. all the heavy rain will stay to our north. the showers are going to be light. they will move in into the next hour. you can see a lot of them tracking through worcester
smart to have the umbrella handy. and again, all this rain not going to amount to much. high temperatures today, again, north of the pike, staying in the 50's. but then south of the pike, that is where you will see those warmer temperatures: in the 6's. tomorrow, though, a much cooler day. we will take off about ten degrees. high temperatures below average for many of you. if the low to mid-50's. tomorrow is also a windier day as well. sunshine is back with us. it is staying with us as we head into the weekend. don't forget to set your clocks back on saturday saturday into sunday. >> sarah: all right. thanks, danielle. that will do it for 7 news today at noon. thank you for joining us. >> christa: don't forget to come back for 7 news first at 4:00. have a wonderful day.
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>> jennifer: adrienne. oh, you're back so soon. i thought that-- oh. the negotiation didn't go as well as we thought? i'm so sorry. come on in. oh, adrienne, listen, look. look, we had a dream. we wanted to buy "the spectator" and revive it and make it great and we gave it a shot, and it just didn't pan out that's all. it's okay. >> adrienne: do you know what he did right off the bat? >> jennifer: did he insult you? why do they always have to start a negotiation with an insult? why? >> adrienne: it was stunning. i mean, first he rattled off ten reasons why newspapers were dying, why the only thing an investor should do is run the other way... >> jennifer: right, yeah. >> adrienne: [sighs] and then he sold it to us for a song. we are the owners of "the spectator"!