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>> sarah: new this morning, a special honor for the doctors credited with saving the lives of two boston police officers who were shot on the job. >> this is 7news "today in new england." ism good friday morning, everybody. welcome. we made it. i'm sarah french. >> kris: and you're smiling extra bryant. >> sarah: because it's friday. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. we want to check in with chris lambert with a peek of the weekend forecast because it's here. we hopefully can get out and >> chris: a lot of smiles on a friday, especially when the weekend forecast works out overall. not as mild as the last couple days. cooler weather working in from the north and west, but you can see there is no brutal cold by early november. so we do expect seasonably cool weather throughout the afternoon. where does that put us? mid-50s this afternoon. the breeze picking up a little bit, as well. once in a while gusting 20 to 25mph. so we'll have that breeze at times through the day. then that wind subsides overnight tonight.
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upper 20s in a lot of the suburbs. close to 50 over the weekend. more on that coming up in a bit. >> sarah: time you for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. happy friday to you. here's a look out at the expressway this morning. let's go to the maps. you're in good shape heading out the door. just ten minutes from braintree to boston. south of town, routes 3, 24 and 95 all looking good. heading into town on the pike, all the way back to framingham, not seeing any issues this morning. route 2 and 3 wide o 93 fine all the way back to 495. and you're looking good if you're headed into town on route 1. let's take a look at those drive times if you're headed out the door. just ten minutes northbound there on the expressway. 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 11 minutes this morning. so not seeing any delays out on the roads. the "t" and commuter rail starting the morning on schedule. back to you, guys. >> kris: happening now, the harvard men's soccer team is in
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set report is exposed. the university decided to cancel the rest of the men's season. >> sarah: the decision comes after the team created their own lewd "scouting report" of the women's soccer team. victoria warren is live now with more. vicki? >> victoria: good morning. the men's soccer team was a near shoo-in for the ncaa tournament. now their season is over and the school says what this team is accused of doing is something they have zero tolerance for. a soccer season cut short. canceling remaining games and any chance of tournament play for the men's team. the players are accused of rating women's soccer players online, making vulgar and explicit sexual comments about them. >> i'm a female athlete here. and i know if that would ever happen to me, i would have felt disrespected. it would have been a problem. >> victoria: in an e-mail to students, the athletic director says players called it a
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initially the school thought it was an isolated incident, but after the schools' lawyers investigated, the athletic director learned it was more widespread and continued this season. harvard's president supports canceling the rest of the season, saying, "the decision to cancel a season is serious and consequential and reflects harvard's view that both the team's behavior and the failure to be forthcoming when initially questioned are completely unacceptable, have no place at harvard and run counter to the mutual respect value of our community." >> it's not what we're about here. something had to be done. >> certainly the people who did it deserve a punishment that extreme. >> victoria: the school says the men's soccer players will also have to undergo education and training from the school's office of sexual assault prevention. live this morning in boston, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: several breaking store list we're following for
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hit by a car on the highway in waltham. police say this victim was walking southbound along route 128 when a car hit him late last night. investigators say several other vehicles then hit this victim, as well. several lanes were closed while police cleared the scene. and police are investigating after two students were injured by a car in dartmouth. investigators say the car hit this 19 and 21 year old at the intersection of old westport road and cross road last night police say the driver stayed on the scene. no word yet on the victim's condition this morning. >> sarah: the race for the white house is down to its final four days. hillary clinton and donald trump's campaigns are both making stops in the granite state to close out their 2016 campaign. the results of our exclusive 7news/umass lowell poll show why. it's a tied race in new hampshire. donald trump and hillary clinton both receiving 44% of likely
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trump has gained five points while clinton lost one. gary johnson has 5% and jill stein has 2%. >> kris: that poll is proving how important the granite state will be in this election. hillary clinton adding a stop on sunday, and donald trump has several events planned for today. 7's jennifer eagan live with us this morning in atkinson, new hampshire, where donald trump is set to appear. jen, good morning. >> jennifer: kris, good morning. trump is starting his day on the at the country club in atkinson. trump with just days to go until the election is firing up his base here in other battleground states. donald trump in north carolina telling medal of honor recipients he's a different kind of brave. >> there's so much more brave than me. i wouldn't have done what they did. i'm brave in other ways. i'm financially brave. >> jennifer: earlier thursday it was his wife melania's turn to take the stage, trying to show the softer side of donald trump. >> he certainly knows how to
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>> jennifer: even trump's daughter ivanka was on the campaign trail in new hampshire. >> there are so many common sense reforms that can take place, and i'm confident in my father to be a great president for this country. that's why i support him. he will be a great president. ? because i'm happy ? >> jennifer: on the democratic side, hillary clinton getting support from pharrell williams from "the voice" and bernie sanders. she's hoping their popularity will get people excited to go to the polls an vote. >> after hearing from these two extraordinary men, i feel all fired up and ready to go for the next five days. >> jennifer: and clinton's top heavyweight surrogate, president obama, also rallying in key battleground states telling crowds in florida clinton is right for the job and donald trump won't be able to cut it. >> this isn't a joke.
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this counts. >> jennifer: trump's event starts at noon today. also in new hampshire today, chelsea clinton will be campaigning on behalf of her mother in keene. we're live in atkinson, new hampshire, jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: today is the last day to cast your ballot for early voting in massachusetts. officials say it was a popular option for voters in its first year. as of thursday afternoon, more than 8 thein',000 massachusetts voters had cas but they won't be counted until election day. >> kris: coming up at 5:30 a.m., we'll have more results from our exclusive umass/ umass/lowell-7news poll. >> sarah: man accused of robbery a bakery in brookline was arrested overnight after investigators say he robbed a bakery on beacon street.
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showed one, and he stole cash from the register as well as money and cell phones from the handful of customers inside. the retrial for convicted murderer gary lee sampson continues this morning. on thursday the jury listened to chilling audio recordings where sampson confessed to killing three people in new hampshire and massachusetts back in 200. 1. >> i slit his throat. why? i do not know. i sprayed him with off so he would think i wouldn't kill him. it was premeditated. i planned on killing him. >> sarah: samson's attorney argue that head injuries he suffered as a child made him more prone to violence. >> andy: new this morning, boston police saying thank you to doctors who saved the lives of two of their officers shot recently in the line of duty. police commissioner william evans presenting a
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king and the rest of mass general's trauma unit on thursday. two veteran police officers, richard sin tolo and matthew morris were shot multiple times. a fellow officers quickly applied a tourniquet which helped save that officer's life. both officers have since been released from the hospital. morris and cintolo were responding to a domestic incident when kirk opened fire. the officers opened fire killing figueroa. and new this morning, julia edman is opening up about a new business venture he's taking on off the field. it's not skateboarding. >> sarah: and this week's class act, what two milton brothers are doing to help one of the world's poorest countries. >> chris: a little rainy in
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45 in worcester. back the outdoor activities this afternoon. kids, outdoor recess. temperatures warming up low to mid-50s this afternoon. weekend forecast looking decent. we'll have cool temperatures around. numbers ahead. >> danielle: and happy friday, everyone. roads looking good if you're getting ready to head out the door. not watching any issues out there. both the "t" and commuter rail starting the morning on schedule. schedule. we'll be right back. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady 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 go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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>> sarah: mbta crews are doing some work along the red line in preparation for winter. they have been working on the tracks between north quincy and j.f.k./umass station since wednesday. >> kris: and the super moon will make an appearance this month. did you see it last year? >> sarah: i can't remember. probably. we probably talked about it. i don't know what happened yesterday.
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bring huge, massive tides to boston. according to the "globe," the moon will appear 14% bigger on the 14th. officials say the tides are expected to be at least 12.5 feet high as a result of this lunar phenomenon. >> sarah: so, chris, does a super moon ever happen around halloween? that would be really cool. >> chris: it changes. it really depends on the orbit and how everything is lining up. but not only are we talking the super moon, guys, this is the super, will be the closest in its orbit to earth since 1968. that means those tides, which have boston at 12.5, that's a high tide. a lot of times it will average around maybe 10 or so, sort of in the middle of the lunar cycle. if it's a regular full moon, maybe it's 12.3. so because it's even closer than your typical full moon and super moon, the tide is a little higher there. so hopefully we won't get a
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mid to upper 40s right now. wind out of the northwest at 12mph. there is a front off to the north of us as this front slides on through. i think the wind will kick up a little more as you go through the rest of the day. i do expect to have an active breeze at times throughout this afternoon. an you look to the north and west. there are some cooler temperatures. now, it takes a little while to shake off the relatively milder air across southern new england. so it's not, you know, out of the question that we im from the upper 40s to the mid to upper 50s in som levels. it's not going to be as warm as the last couple days. many locations close to boston and worcester and south of the mass pike. and overall it will get a little breezier later on this afternoon to add a bit of a chill to the atmosphere. more clouds around at times over the weekend. not expecting much in the way of precipitation. could be a passing sprinkle or two once in a while. tomorrow i'd say mid-morning through mid-afternoon, a good chunk of clouds work in and mix
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the sunshine is away from the coastline, most of the clouds close to the coastline and sunday's sprinkle probably across the cape and the islands, more clouds and a bit of a breeze. so winds at time gusting today around 25mph. not as strong tomorrow, and then you back it up a little bit on sunday. gusts at 20 and at times near 30mph. so it will be an active day with the wind on sunday. breezy and cooler today. returning sunshine. low 50s in the worcester hills. 56, 57 from boston on south with the wind coming out of the rt clear and cold overnight tonight. coldest suburbs back to about 26. we'll call it quits around 36 in boston tonight. forecast for tomorrow cooler clouds. some sun mixed in there. but i do want to say that we'll have a good chunk of clouds once in a while mid-morning to mid-afternoon. mid-40s. 46 in the worcester hills. close to 50 in boston. low 50s down through southeastern mass. daylight saving time, that does end this weekend. this weekend the clock going
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sunday. 4:31. yeah, signs of the changing times ahead of us. as we get into next week, i don't see a lot of cold air. a couple mild days out there both tuesday and thursday. i expect high temperatures in the 60s. guys? >> this morning we're excited to introduce you to two young brothers from milton who are taking it upon themselves to help people in one of the poorest countries in the world. >> kris: hats off to these young when faced with near impossible tasks. here's christa delcamp with today's class act. >> christa: if ever two young menem bodied the spirit of generosity, it's these two brothers. we wanted to recognize two in particular who have done so much to help people less fortunate. what better endeavor is there than that? malik and makai. i'd like to present you with these. [applause] malik and ma kai are two middle
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milton. both were been here in the states and their parents immigrated from haiti. each year their whole family goes back to that country to vacation. as they grew older, the two noticed a big difference in the way some of their haitian friends live and their lives here. >> i would see kids playing soccer with cans. i would see kids with no clothes. >> i saw this poor lady who was trying to make a living trying to sell things, and i felt really bad for her. over the years, like i just kept thinking, i have to do something, i have to do something. >> christa: malik and makai sold lemonade in the summer, hot chocolate in the winter, shoveling driveway, mowing lawns and more. >> we thought we would set up a garage sale and sell the things that we don't need. >> there are so many clothes in the house. we just don't use them at all. they're just sitting there getting old, old toy, little toy
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that my little brothers don't even play with. >> christa: all their work added up. >> we started raising so much money. we raised at least $1,000. >> christa: they went the haiti where $1,000 is worth so much more. they bought things people need. >> we bought soccer balls. we bought sandals. we bought shoe, undershirt, underwear, everything. >> we want to give haiti all the things we can because haiti needs things as much as we do. >> christa: wow. whatnc >> kris: amazing. just amazing hearing their dedication and their drive to help others. they're not also done giving to haiti, because haiti needs so much help. the hurricane devastated that area last month when matthew struck. the two brothers now say they are more determined than ever to try and help out the best that they can. >> sarah: if you know a student or student group between 6th and 12th grade doing something outstanding in school, sports or their community, please nominate them online at whdh.com. >> kris: so many talented
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receiving the class act award. coming up, bruins going for a third straight win on the road, and it would take a ten-round shoot-out to find out who would win. >> sarah: and hue an everyday traffic stop saved a woman's life. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue 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."
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inner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good.
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>> chris: 5:23 on this friday morning. good morning, everyone. 48 in nashua, new hampshire. 45 in norwood. dry times ahead of us. use the windshield wipers today or battle the rain drop, but we don't have mild weather, as well. still okay for the kiddos. relatively mild started this morning. temperatures running into the mid to upper 40s, finishing off in the mid-50s this afternoon. about 56 in boston. 50 in worcester. a little cooler over the
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>> and now time for 7sports with joe amorosino. >> joe: good morning. the bruins with their main man between the pipes going for a third straight win on the road last night. tuukka rask undefeated entering the night after allowing just one goal in his last 58 shots he saw. but the lightning ready to strike in this one. it was tied at three heading into a shoot-out which went ten rounds before jimmy hayes of all people, riding a 25-game scoring drought, puts an a goal. bruins take it 4-3, capping off a perfect three-game road trip. jaylen brown starting against the cavaliers in place of jae crowder who has that sprained ankle. he had 19 points for the cavs. too much star power late in the fourth. lebron james hits kyrie irvin for the lay-in. he goes for 23. lebron finishes with 30 and the celtics fall in cleveland 128-122. for the ninth time in his career, tom brady taking home a.f.c. offensive player of the month honors. the patriots' quarterback
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tossing 12 touchdowns to zero interceptions, leading the pats to a 4-0 record coming off his suspension. and the red sox picking up clay buchholz's $13.5 million option for next season while declining ryan hanigan's, making the veteran catcher a free agent. i'm joe amorosino. that's sports. have a great day. >> kris: happening today, going to be a wild day in the windy city. chicago set to host quite the parade to celebrate the cubbies' first w in 108 years. the team's victory parade will begin at wrigley field later this morning and head downtown before ending with a huge rally at grant park. >> sarah: oh, man, that's going to be a party to remember. >> kris: a lot of fun. >> sarah: coming up at 5:30, potential traffic problems on route 128 this weekend. why traffic will be rerouted. >> kris: also massive layoffs at cvs. workers looking for a new job
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ism now at 5:30, a scare at a lowell school when a student brings a gun to class. the charges his father is facing this morning after the dangerous discovery. >> kris: also all eyes are on new hampshire. the balance of power in washington hangs on the balance of a state senate race. the results of a new 7news-umass lowell >> sarah: we know he can play football, but now we've uncovered julian edelman's other hidden talent. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> kris: taking a selfie? >> sarah: i'm sure the people behind him appreciated that if they got the keep the picture. >> kris: he's doing good things. thanks for waking up with us this morning. i'm kris anderson. >> sarah: and i'm sarah french. chris and i, you have a new baby on the way. we might be interested in this
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book. >> chris: oh, very interested now. i was wondering how this would all tie together. i was like, what, selfies and skateboards? gotcha. 48 in boston. 45 in norwood. sometimes we don't listen, right? tking a look at the forecast for us today, does look dry. some clouds mixed in this morning. favoring more sun than clouds this afternoon, and overall a breeze will develop, at times gusting 20 to 25mph this afternoon. seasonable temperatures right around 55 degrees. cooler tomorrow. i think some more clouds mixing in mid-morning through mid-afternoon. maybe an isolated sprinkle at times over the weekend, but mainly dry weather reveils, not only this weekend but more on that forecast ahead. >> sarah: sorry, i threw you off. >> kris: danielle, did she throw you off, too? >> danielle: no, i thought it was a clothing store.
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store. here's a look at route 1 in saugus. i almost forgot what i was talking about. for the most part roads looking good. heading into town on route 1, 93 no issues. south of town, braintree to boston, northbound on the expressway just ten minutes. and then route 3, 24 and 95 all looking good. the pike all green, back the framingham this morning. and route 2 and 3 looking good. so let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. just ten minutes braintree to boston northbound on the expressway. 12 minutes enter town on the pike from 128. bridge, 11 minutes. no delays on the roads. the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> kris: breaking story overnight, one person is dead after being hit by a car on route 128 in waltham. a victim was walking southbound when a car hit him late last night. several other vehicles hit this victim, as well. now the day's top stories that we're following. the rest of harvard's men's soccer season has been suspended.
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created a lewd scouting report of the women's team. the scandal began back in 2012, but the athletic director says the practice continued up until this year. the university is continuing to investigate the incident. >> kris: both presidential cs making stop in the granite state today. donald trump will appear in atkinson and chelsea clinton will speak in keene and hanover. hillary clinton plans to visit the battleground state again on sunday. >> sarah: also dad is facing charges after a dangerous discovery in lowell. police say an eight-year-old boy brought handgun to class. nancy chen joins us now with more on this, nancy? >> nancy: sarah, good morning to you. police say this boy thought that the weapon was an airsoft gun, but the fact that a real gun was inside the school behind me has parents rattled. >> he could have came to school and shot everybody. >> nancy: parents and grandparents in lowell on edge
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>> i almost had a heart attack. these are little kids from pre-k to fourth grade. what are they doing with guns? >> nancy: police say the eight-year-old student brought a 25 caliber pistol to green house elementary school last monday. >> pretty scary. it really is. i'm just finding out right now. i'm pretty scared right now. >> nancy: according to police, the young boy had it in his backpack but took it out to show his classmates. one of the students told his parents who told the school the next morning. >> it's crazy. >> nancy: officers say the boy thought the weapon was an air-soft gun. parents tell 7news the school sent a letter home saying the child brought a weapon to school but nothing specifically about a gun. >> i was really scared. i hope they see how it happened and prevent it in the future. >> when i heard it was a gun, i many my heart went right down to the ground. all i could picture was the school being shot up and my
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turned the gun over to police along with two live rounds and a magazine. >> the father should know where the gun is at all times. >> nancy: police say the father will face charges of unlawful possession of firearm as well as improper storage of a firearm. live in lowell, nancy chen, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: we're talking politics. a bit of a shift when it comes to the race for senate in new hampshire. governor maggie hassan is on top new hampshire voters. that is three points higher than last month. current senator kelly ayotte is down one point at 46%. stay with 7news throughout the election day. you can follow the candidates online at whdh.com and using our mobile and tablet apps. >> sarah: new this morning, a police officer on paid leave after investigators say he was tenging and driving. investigators say the off-duty officer was using his phone when
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motor vehicle accident. according to police, the officer then left the scene of the accident. raleigh's police chief says the officer has been with the department since last year. cvs is set to cut 600 jobs, including about 250 in ray rye. the layoffs will be made over the next two months as cvs attempts to streamline its operations. rhode island's governor says many of the affected employees may be able to find other positions within the company. >> we are eliminating these positions but adding o position, so that's why i say many of these people continue to work at cvs but in different jobs. >> sarah: cvs says jobs will also be cut in illinois and arizona. >> kris: patriots are off this weekend, but we're still talking football, sort of. julian edelman is using his time off to add "author" to his already impressive resume. this is what sarah was talking about. the wide receiver opened up a pop-up shop on newbury street.
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greet customers during thursday's grand opening. fans can buy clothing and accessories and edelman's trademark long board, but he also opened up about his latest adventure, which is a children's book. >> i grew up with a great childhood and with a father that pushed me and was able to get a lot out of me. a lot of kids out there don't have that. and what a good way to be able to help most of the youth to have persistence and hard work ethic than to make it in a dr >> kris: julian edelman's book is called "flying high." it's based on his playing career. the pop-up store will be open until sunday. >> sarah: we have to get that book, maybe get it signed. >> kris: marcellus bennett wrote a book. >> sarah: i can't keep up. >> kris: it's all these patriots. >> sarah: a royal pain, ben affleck blaming a famous play date for his son's cold. >> kris: plus cameras
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how a simple traffic stop may have saved a woman's life. >> sarah: and major weekend roadwork on 128 before you need to make plans. >> chris: no major weather implications over the weekend. yes, it will be cool, occasionally maybe even a sprinkle, but overall we feature some dry weather, not only today but through much of next week, as well. kids getting ready for school at the bus stop this morning. just a light jacket. a bit of a breeze this afternoon. temperatures running in the mid-50s on average. we'll a for the weekend when the seven-day forecast comes back. >> danielle: and braintree to boston 12 minutes. the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule.
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who says i shouldn't have a soda everyday? my doctor. my dentist. definitely my wife. wait, i know what i want. make sparkling water at home. and drink 43% more water every day. ter. >> chris: waking up to a dry start on this friday morning. we do have temperatures right now running into the 40s. overall do expect a dry day ahead of us. how about the weekend? after being in the mid-50s this afternoon, we'll hold a couple degrees either side of 50 over the weekend, and at times we'll have some batches of clouds to mix in.
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north and west of boston on saturday. best chance of a sprinkle on sunday. close to the coastline and down across the cape and the islands. more clouds again tomorrow, mid-morning through about mid-afternoon. but overall close to seasonal levels. seven-day forecast ahead. >> sarah: an incredible rescue caught on camera. an officer makes a life-saving stop in oklahoma. a family was rushing a woman who was having a serious heart attack to the hospital. >> kris: the officer noticed they were speeding. the woman's husband is going to jump out of the car, tell the officer what's happening. she was unresponsive, so the officer immediately started performing cpr until this woman started breathing again. >> i was just in panic. her face was purple. >> you don't have a lot of time to get cpr going. >> she's breathing, she's breathing! >> kris: look at him jump into action there. when the woman arrived at the hospital, she was in stable condition.
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doctors were unsure if she would survive. days later she woke up all thanks to the officer who pulled them over and helped save their life. >> sarah: the family still had another 20 minutes to get to the hospital. doctors say she would not have made it that long. all right. everything you need the know and go is coming up next, including the government's biggest election day fear and teffts under way to keep it from happening. >> reporter: and some sexually charged accusations brings an soccer season. we'll explain coming up. >> kris: plus a woman missing since august found alive. but police say this may just be the start of a deadly discovery. 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."
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alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> sarah: all right. it's 5:45. time now for everything you need the start your day off right. >> kris: first up, chris lambert with not only today's forecast but the weekend forecast. >> chris: seven days here. it's good to get the knowledge out of what to expect through the weekend. always all-important. 48 in boston right now. 42 in plymouth. 52 down in hyannis. it's 39 in nashua. you can see the trend this morning. cooler air working from northwest to southeast. so that will be the theme throughout the day today. not as warm as it was the last couple days for a lot of us. the breeze is out of the northwest at 12mph. too expect a lot of dry weather
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days as well. through the weekend into early next week. do expect more sunshine to be around for this afternoon with a bit of a breeze coming in out of the northwest that will gust at times 20 to 25mph. tomorrow morning, you notice how there are more shades of white showing up and even a splash of green once in a while. there will be some clouds that mix in with that sunshine. at times probably going mostly cloudy mid-morning through about mid-afternoon. isolated sprinkle. possibilit much of the time going to be on the dry side. the atmosphere doesn't have that much moisture to work with and force out much of any rain. i think temperatures tomorrow a couple degrees either side of 50. cooler out there. you look back into the midwest. it will be mild. so we'll wait and see. does some of this mild weather get into new england. eventually. it's not going to be this weekend. we're going to have the wait million tuesday. we see temperatures back to near 60 degrees if not just above it because the atmosphere basically pushing in, cool community from
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enter new england. so that's back to the midwest if held up a little bit. as you get into the second half of the weekend, this disturbance slides off to the east of us, much of the rain off shore, more clouds close to the coastline, especially across the cape and the islands, but could even see a sprinkle with a gusty wind at times on sunday afternoon. breezy and cooler today, returning sunshine. low to mid-50s on average. there's the seven-day forecast taking you through the weekend into early next week. the weather looks qui 60s each and every day from monday going right through thursday. guys? >> sarah: time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: happy friday. here's 93 heading enter town. not really seeing any issues. let's go to the map. northbound a bit of a problem. 95 northbound at exit 40 in wilmington. the two right lanes are blocked because of debris in the road, and several cars actually hit that debris.
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vehicles blocking the two right lanes and the shoulder there. so that will slow you down heading out of town. other than, that we're not seeing any major issues on the roads yet this morning. braintree to boston still not a bad drive at 12 minutes. route 3, 24 and 95 all looking good. the pike fine all the way back the framingham, and no issues on route 2 or route 3. take a look at those drive times. 13 minutes on the expressway, braintree to boston. northbound 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 12 minutes this morning. the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> sarah: happening now, the harvard men's soccer season is over after a team's scandal is exposed. the men's team created sexually explicit list about the women's team. >> kris: this morning outrage on the campus. 7's victoria warren is live at the soccer field with more on what happened here. vicki, good morning. >> victoria: good morning to you, chris.
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but now their season is over, and what this team is accused of doing, it is something harvard says it has zero tolerance for. so the school's athletic director made the decision to cancel the remaining games. the players are accused of rating women's soccer players online, making vulgar and explicit sexual comments about them. the athletic director says the players called it a scouting reports and says the pro harvard's president says this is unacceptable and supports the decision to cut the season short. the players are also ordered to undergo training and education from the school's office of sexual assault prevention. live this morning in boston, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: right now police are searching for two inmates who escaped from the lawrence correctional alternative center. manuel perez and he vie monotal slow walked out of the minimum
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both men are from puerto rico and have family connections in lawrence. if you have any information on their whereabouts, please call police. >> kris: happening today, a final farewell for the teenager who was killed at a lowell house party. friends and family will gather to remember ethan costello at a wake. the 15-year-old died after police say he was beaten at a house party in lowell last weekend. he was taken to the hospital by other people at that party where he died two days later. his funeral will be held charged in costello's death. prosecutors say the 18 year old slammed the victim's head enter a concrete floor after he stumbled into im. police say it took a while for the victim to be taken to the hospital because the other party-goers did in the want to get in trouble for drinking. zagarella says other people were involved in that attack, as well. >> sarah: police warning residents to use caution after a car goes up in flames in freetown. officials say the car fire
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road commons in east freetown last night. firefighters say they were able to put out those flames relatively quickly. drivers heading toward needham can expect delays this weekend as demolition begins on the old highway avenue bridge. demolition begins tonight at 8:00 p.m. this means parts of route 128 and i-95 will be closed for most of the weekend. the demolition is expected the last until sunday afternoon. new video this morning shows crews working to remove the rest of the pike. mass dot says most demolition sites are on schedule and there are a few that are ahead of schedule. those sites are expected to finish phase one more than two weeks early. this means it's only phase two which includes demolishing toll plazas on both the right and left of the highways. >> kris: our ecountdown is now four days, four days until we elect our new president. and federal investigators say
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potential hack attack that could cause a disruption on elects l l -- election day. according to nbc news, intelligence agencies, the homeland security department and the military are all working together to try and keep hackers from affecting the election. their focus appears to be on critical infrastructure like power grids. a senior intelligence official tells nbc news, ," "your vote is safe. you just might not have any lights." investigators believe hackers have already tested their attack. >> the 21st of october has definitely been seen by many in cyber security field as potentially a drill associated with a real event. >> the company based in new hampshire, an attack on that company crippled web sites, big ones like amazon and twitter. >> sarah: there are new details about a deadly bus crash in baltimore. the department of transportation says the school bus driver was not authorized to drive a
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certification expired in august and the agency had not received an update once. the driver along with five others were killed when the school bus crash entered a commuter bus on tuesday. a woman reported missing in august has been found alive after being held hostage in south carolina. police say she was discovered in chains inside a storage shed in a sex offender's backyard. according to detectives, she had been there for two months, but this morning her boyfriend is still missing.po owner todd christopher kohlhepp on kidnapping charges. investigators say the women told them there are at least four bodies buried on the property. the sheriff believes the woman and the suspect knew each other. >> kris: checking news from cross country now, and the lights are back on at the paris hotel casino in las vegas. on-strike construction caused a major power outage yesterday morning. the outage lasted nearly 15
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casino, restaurant and hotel. power was restored early this morning. >> sarah: a plane makes a sudden crash landing in florida. the single-engine airplane was flying low over a runway when its engine sputtered. the plane hit the ground, slamming into a nearby fence. no one inside the plane was hurt. >> kris: in the buzz now, beyonc? backlash causing some controversy with the country music association. the surprise collaboration between the pop star and the dixie chicks at the cmas went it wasn't all positive. some beyonc? fans even accused the cmas of taking down references to the performance on social media. but officials deny those allegations, saying they only removed a five-second promotional clip that was not approved to be used online. the performance and photo still appear on social media accounts and on the cma's web site. >> sarah: ben affleck's son getting a royal unexpected play date on the graham norton show. the actor says he was filming in
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son to an inboor play park. he found it odd there was so much security and realized that prince george and princess charlotte were there, too. but affleck joked his kid came out sick, so it was probably the future king's fault. you know, when they all play together, they all give each other their germs. >> kris: bring them home to mom and dad. when one gets sick, the whole family gets sick. chris, you know that too well. >> chris: and that transcends into royalty and famous actors, as well. goo problems we have, right? breezy and cooler out there this afternoon. returning sunshine low to mid-50s. cool overnight tonight, and, in fact, frosty in a lot of the suburbs. mid to upper 20s. 36 in boston. we go through the weekend. there will be more clouds around at times. you'll have your times when it's mostly cloudy, maybe even a in the sprinkle tomorrow north and west of boston. best chance of a sprinkle on sunday. overall temps close to 50. >> kris: coming up next at 6:00, presidential campaigns
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7news umass/lowell poll showing a very tight race in the granite state. we're breaking down the numbers coming up. ism also a special honor for the doctors credited with saving the lives of two boston police officers shot on the job. 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 and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right."
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in voting yes on 2. 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."
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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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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." he's going like "i don't remember!? >> kris: scandal at harvard over a tradition that's been going on for years. all eyes on new hampshire in the race for the white house. our exclusive new poll shows one candidate gaining supporters in
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also confessions from a killer. the chilling recordings from gary lee sampson played in court. >> sarah: plus julian edelman flying high. the pats' star adding retailer and children's author to his resume. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> kris: 6:00 on the dot this friday morning. thanks so much for making us part of your day. i'm kris anderson. >> sarah: and i'm sarah french. let's send it over the chris lambert with a check of you weekend forecast. chris? >> chris: good morning, sarah. good morning, kris. good mor, weekend forecast all in all looking good. cooler out there but a lot of dry weather in place. low to mid-40s now. 48 in boston. front to the north an west of us. once that swings on through, the breeze will pick up more later on this afternoon. gusty wind at times gusting 20, 25mph. temperatures running on average into the mid-50s this afternoon. so, yes, it's cooler than what we've seen in the last couple day, but all in all very close to seasonal levels for this time of year. 50 in worcester this afternoon. 55 in framingham. 56 in boston.
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southeastern mass. 5 degrees cooler over the weekend. more on that seven-day forecast ahead. >> sarah: time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. hey, danielle. >> danielle: happy friday, everyone. this is 93 in somerville. southbound not too bad. we're watching an issue northbound. this is in wilmington. five or six cars hit debris on the roadblocking the right two lanes. so the shoulder is blocked northbound there. that's route 1 not seeing any issues heading into boston. braintree to boston northbound on the expressway about 15 minutes. route 3 looking good. 24 slow and go back the brockton. 95 not seeing any problems. and the pike problem-free all the way back the framingham this morning. let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. 20 minutes braintree to boston northbound on the expressway. 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 13 minutes. the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule.
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>> kris: now to a scandal surrounding the harvard soccer team. the entire men's team suspended now over sexually explicit rankings they made of women players. the university making the call to now cancel the rest of that season. >> sarah: harvard's president calling the actions appalling and says it's been going on for years. 7's victoria warren is live now with more. vicki? >> victoria: good morning, sarah. the men's soccer team was a near shoo-in for now their season is over, and what this team is accused of doing is something the university sayings it has zero tolerance for. a soccer season cut short, harvard's own athletic director canceling remaining games and any chance of tournament play for the men's team. the players are accused of rating women's soccer players online, making vulgar and explicit sexual comments about them. >> i'm a female athlete here, and i know if that would ever
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have felt disrespected, you know, it would have been a problem. >> victoria: in an e-mail to students, the athletic director says players called it a scouting report and says the problems date back to 2012. initially the school thought it was an isolated incident, but after the schools' lawyers investigated, the athletic director learned it was more widespread and continued this season. harvard's president supports canceling the rest of the season, saying, "the decision to cancel a season is serious and consequential and reflects harvard's view that both the to be forthcoming when initially questioned are completely unacceptable, have no place at harvard and run counter to the mutual respect that is a core value of our community." >> it's not what we're about here. something had to be done. >> certainly the people who did it deserve a punishment that extreme. >> victoria: the players are also ordered to undergo training and education from the school's
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live this morning in boston, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: breaking overnight, one person is dead after being hit by a car on route 128 in waltham. police say the victim was walking southbound when a car hit him late last night. investigators say several other vehicles then hit the victim, as well. also breaking, police are investigating after two students were hit by a car in dartmouth. investigators say the car struck two women near the entrance to the night. police say the driver stayed at the scene. no word yet on the victim's condition. >> kris: the presidential election now just four days away. it is a big day in new hampshire. donald trump making a stop in the granite state while hillary clinton is sending daughter chelsea on her behalf. the race couldn't be closer there. our exclusive 7news-umass lowell poll finds it is a dead heat. donald trump and hillary clinton tied at 44% among likely new hampshire voters. since our survey last month,
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gains when it comes to male voters. and for more on the battle for the state of new hampshire, we want to go live to 7's jennifer eagan who is in atkinson this morning where there are some events planned. jen? >> jennifer: kris, good morning. trump begins his way on the campaign trail in atkinson, new hampshire, at the country club. trump is trying to fire up his base here and in other battleground states. donald trump in north carolina telling medal of honor recipients he's a different kind of brave. >> they're so much more brave than me. i wouldn't have done what they did. i'm brave in other ways. i'm financially brave. >> jennifer: earlier thursday it was his wife melania's turn to take the stage, trying to show the softer side of donald trump. >> he certainly knows how to shake things up. >> jennifer: even trump's daughter ivanka was on the campaign trail in new hampshire. >> there are so many common sense reforms that can take place, and i'm confident in my father to be a great president for this country.
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he will be a great chief executive. ? because i'm happy ? >> jennifer: on the democratic side, hillary clinton getting some star power in north carolina with farrell williams from "the voice" and bernie sanders. the democratic nominee hoping their popularity will get people in this battleground state state excited to go to the polls and vote. >> after hearing from these two extraordinary men, i feel all fired up and ready to go for the xt >> jennifer: and clinton's top heavyweight surrogate, president obama, also rallying in key battleground states, telling crowds in florida clinton is right for the job and donald trump won't be able to cut it. >> this isn't a joke. this isn't "survivor." this is "the bachelorette." this counts. >> jennifer: trump's event here in new hampshire begins at
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same time, chelsea clinton will be campaigning on behalf of her mother in keene. we're live in atkinson, new hampshire, jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: jen, thanks for that update. today is the last day to cast your ballot for early voting. officials say the first year that voters could vote early turned out to be pretty popular. in fact, this is the long line form yesterday at boston's city hall. people ega gar to cast their ballot. as of thursday afternoon, more than 800,000 massachusetts voters have voted. they will be counted on election day, in the voters' precincts. coming up at 6:30, we'll have more results from our 7news exhibition slope collusive umass lowell poll. how the new hampshire senate race is shaping up. >> sarah: on just one station, a man accused of robbing a bakery in brookline is due in court today. that man, moan to police, was arrested overnight after investigators say he robbed athens bakery on beacon street. police say that suspect told
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from the register as well as money and cell phones from the customers inside. the retrial for convicted murderer gary lee sampson continues in south boston today. on thursday the jury listened to chilling confession of how he took the lives of three men inch a 90-minute audio record, sampson described in detail how he killed three people in new hampshire and massachusetts back in 2001. it's the first time that recording has been released. >> why? i do not know. i sprayed him with off to make him think that i wasn't going to kill him. it was premeditated. i planned on killing him. >> sarah: testimony continues today. sampson's attorney argues that head injuries his client suffered as a child made him more prone to the violence. >> kris: new this morning, boston police saying thank you to the doctors who saved the lives of two of their police officers shot in the line of duty.
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evans presented a commissioner's commendation to dr. george velmahos and dr. david king. they also presented it to the rest of mass general's trauma unit thursday. big thanks for their help. the two veteran police officers, richard cintolo and matthew morris, were shot multiple times during the incident. one of the bullets hit a main artery in morris' leg. it was a follow officer's quick action when he applied a tourniquet to morris that helped save that man's life. th released from the hospital and continue with their recovery. morris and cintolo were responding to a domestic incident in easts be when kirk figueroa, the suspect, opened fire. officers returned fire, killing figueroa. >> sarah: still ahead, a student just eight years old brings a gun to school in lowell. a live report at 6:30 on who is now facing charges. >> kris: and you'll want to pay attention to this story. major concern for commuters for this weekend. parts of route 128 closing down because of a bridge demolition.
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>> sarah: and today's class act, an encouraging story of two brothers who are doing all they can to help people in one of the world's poorest countries. >> chris: a lot of dry times ahead of us. occasionally a brief passing sprinkle or shower in the forecast. but none of that this evening. after reaching the mid-50s this afternoon, high school football weather this evening, low the mid-40s, a chilly night tonight. take a look at the weekend forecast. >> danielle: behind me you'r we're in the seeing any issues, but northbound several issues. we have several cars disabled on the side of the road in wilmington. so 93 southbound, the two right lanes there are blocked. we have a fuel spill northbound on 93 also in wilmington.
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>> sarah: the super moon will be making an appearance this month, and it's expected to be the largest super moon in 70 years. the moon will appear up to 14% bigger and 30% brighter than an average full moon, so set your calendar for november 14th, because a similar super moon won't happen again until 2034. >> kris: can you set a reminder in your phone that far advance? >> sarah: i don't know. phone. i still put everything in a little planner. >> kris: remember "brush almighty" brought the moon in closer. >> chris: if you set the calendar for 2033, what will that be, the iphone 742 at that point? we've gone through many upgrades, right? 48 in boston. 41 in norwood. 41 in plymouth right now. yes, the moon's orbit to earth the closest since 1968. it's like the super moon of
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november 14th. it also means there will be higher than average tides, higher than normal tides, the high tides, too. there may be minor splash-over, even if we don't have any on shore winds or storms nearby. hopefully we don't have any storms to add to that higher tide. okay. west wind coming in at 9mph in boston right now. 3mph in norwood. so very light winds now. but as this front crosses from southern new england through mid-day and into the afternoon, i think behind it the winds will kick up a little bit. at times gusting 20, temperatures running into the mid-50s, we'll give you that cooler feel to the air. we don't have to battle any rain develops today. look at the rest of the country. how kwai set that stretching from detroit to chicago to minneapolis all the way out through the rockies there across denver and up into the high plains, as well. so eventually some of this warmer air and quieter weather will start to work on in on tuesday. right now at least in the short-term period, a lot of our weather coming in from southern
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so, yes, a lot of mild to dry weather that resides to the west of us. although our weather coming in from the north the next couple days. as a disturbance swings on through, i do expect more clouds around tomorrow, mid-morning to mid-afternoon, maybe an isolated sprinkle. not much moisture to work with. very limited in terms of rainfall over the weekend, although once in a while we get back to the clouds and kind of block out the sunlight. on sunday, i do expect more sunshine away from the coastline, more clouds near the coastline, and breeze and a couple ocean effect sprinkles and light rain showers. it will be a chilly day on sunday. winds gusting to 25mph this afternoon. tomorrow afternoon, not as gusty, maybe about 50 to 20, then on sunday we'll likely see those winds pick up once again, gusting 25 to 30mph. so breezy and cooler today, returning sunshine. overall, though, a nice fall day here. very close to seasonal levels, but closer to the mid-50s. over the weekend, cooler there. a couple degrees either side of 50. cooler on sunday versus
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milder weather from the midwest on tuesday. that means low 60s across the area. guys? ism fast track traffic. we have an alert now. let's send it over to danielle gersh with the latest on this. >> this is 93 northbound in wilmington. sky7 over the scene here. what happened is this truck spilled about over 150 gallons of fuel on the roads. so it looks like two lanes are getting by. it looks like the right lane is belonged here because of this. let's go to the maps. this is concord street. but also if you keep driving we're also watching several disabled vehicles. that is at exit 40. there was debris on the roads some the two right lanes are blocked because of this, and before you get there, you will encounter that fuel spill on 93 northbound. that's at concord street. we're watching an accident. this is in the median in billerica, route 3 southbound at exit 28. south of town, braintree to boston northbound on the expressway, about 23 minutes. this morning route 24 stop and go, back to brockton. route 3 looking good.
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pike, you're in pretty good shape back the framingham. let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. 20, 25 minutes on the expressway braintree to boston. just 12 minutes enter town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound, 28 to the zakim bridge. just 12 minutes. the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> kris: this morning we're excited to introduce you to two young brothers from milton. they're taking it upon thlv wonderful, helping people in one of the poorest countries in the world. >> the sixth and eighth graders are not discouraged when faced with near impossible tasks. christa delcamp has this morning's class act. >> christa: if ever two young men embodied the spirit of
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particular who have done so much to help people less fortunate. what better endeavor is there than that? malik and makai. i'd like to present you with these. [applause] malik and makai are two middle schoolers at delphi academy in milton. both were born here in the states and their parents immigrated from haiti. each year their whole family goes back to that country to vacation. as they grew older, the two noticed a big difference in the way some of their haitian friends live and their lives here. >> i would see kids playing soccer with cans. i would see kids with no clothes. >> i saw this poor lady who was to sell things, and i felt really bad for her. >> it just came to my mind, like over the years, like i just kept thinking, i have to do something, i have to do something. >> christa: malik and makai did do something. they went to work selling lemonade in the summer, hot chocolate in the winter, shoveling driveways, mowing lawns, and more. >> we thought we would set up a garage sale or yard sale and
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>> there are so many clothes in in the house we don't use at all. they're just sitting there getting old. old toy, little toy remote car, you know, things that my little brothers don't play with. >> christa: all their work added up. >> we started raising so much money. we raised at least $1,000. >> christa: they went to haiti where $1,000 is worth so much more. they bought things people need. >> we bought soccer balls. we bought sandals. underwear, everything. >> we want to give haiti all the things we can because haiti needs things as much as we do. >> christa: christa delcamp, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: aren't they amazing? >> kris: it's tough to even talk after that to hear how dedicated they are. >> sarah: only in sixth and eighth grade. they're not done yet, last month hurricane matthew struck. these two brothers now say they're more determined than ever to go back the haiti and continue to help the people there. >> kris: so you see these two
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what we're looking for. if you know a student between 6th and 12th grade doing something outstanding, whether it's in school, sports, in their community, maybe, please nominate them online gsm to whdh.com because we'd love to hear about the talented kids out here. >> sarah: coming up, the feds secretly working to protect next week's election from hackers. the work being done to prevent cyber chaos on tuesday. >> kris: also, interesting new information coming out in the death of a former new england patriot caused by there's a new report from boston university that is bad news for the nfl. >> sarah: plus the bruins enter a ten-round shoot-out against the lightning. who got the game-deciding goal? >> ?oo a fuel spill on 93 northbound in wilmington. live pictures. it is slowing up traffic. you need to make a note of this before you head out this morning. we're told about 150 gallons of fuel have spilled. we'll keep you updated on not only the spill but how it's
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>> and now time for 7sports with joe amorosino. >> joe: good morning. the bruins with their main man between the pipes going for a third straight win on the road last night. tuukka rask undefeated entering the night after allowing just one goal in his last 58 shots he saw. but the lightning ready to strike in this one. it was tied at three heading people, riding a 25-game scoring drought, puts an end to it with a goal. bruins take it 4-3, capping off a perfect three-game road trip. jaylen brown starting against the cavaliers in place of jae crowder, who has that sprained ankle. he had 19 points for the cavs. too much star power late in the fourth. lebron james hits kyrie irvin for the lay-in. he goes for 23. lebron finishes with 30 and the celtics fall in cleveland 128-122. for the ninth time in his
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month honors. the patriots' quarterback completing 73% of his passes, tossing 12 touchdowns to zero interceptions, leading the pats to a 4-0 record coming off his suspension. and the red sox picking up clay buchholz's $13.5 million option for next season while declining ryan hanigan's, making the veteran catcher a free agent. i'm joe amorosino. that's sports. have a great day. >> sarah: nat candidates battling it out in new coming up, results from our exclusive poll. one candidate with a new lead this morning. >> reporter: and parents rattled in lowell after an eight-year-old boy brings a gun to school. we're live with the latest. >> kris: also ahead, you know who that is. julian edelman. he is branching out into some new endeavors. he's got a new store and a new children's book.
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massachusetts has many great public schools, 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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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! 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."
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>> sarah: a scare at an elementary school. >> these are kids from pre-k to fourth grade. >> sarah: a third grader brings a gun to classes whom is facing charges. >> christa: a shift in the new hampshire senate race. one candidate taking over the lead. >> sarah: protecting election day from a cyber attack. the government with deep concerns over plans to create chaos on tuesday. >> kris: aom months is found alive, held captive in a con tanner. how observant deputies likely saved her life. >> sarah: julian edelman opening a store on newbury street. >> thanks for coming. >> sarah: the personal inspiration behind his new book. >> this is 7news "today in new england." good friday morning, everybody. thanks for staying with us. it's 6:30. i'm sarah french. >> and i'm kris anderson.
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halloween decorations. >> sarah: you had a lot of inflatable things. >> kris: the problem is the rain came down and now i have to leave them out for a couple more days to dry. >> chris: you think he has a lot of halloween decoration, check out his front yard during christmas. that takes days of dedication. 41 in norwood. 48 in boston. front to the north and west of us is going to swing on through through the day, kicking up a bit of throwing in a few clouds at times. mostly sunny, a bit breezy. numbers at 55. it's cooler than the last couple days for many towns, but all in all it's pretty close for seasonable levels. how about the weekend? at times some clouds mix on in, especially tomorrow from mid-morning through about mid-afternoon. maybe an isolated sprinkle at times, but overall, mainly dry forecast, not only this weekend, but even much of next week. we'll talk more on those numbers coming up in a bit.
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we have a traffic alert this morning. danielle, there's a bit of a situation developing here on the highway. >> sarah: sky7 is over the scene. this truck, you can see here, it did spill about 150 gallons of fuel on the roads. so the right lane is blocked. it looks like only two lanes are getting by here. let's go to the maps. this isn't the only issue we're watching on 93 northbound in wilmington. just ahead of that at exit 40, we have several disabled roads. so there the two right lanes are blocked. and then that oil spill is just before you hit that on 93 northbound at concord street. also in bill rick cash we have a crash in the median. this is route 3 southbound at exit 28. braintree to boston, northbound there on the expressway, 24 minutes. route 3 looks good. 24 slow and go become to brockton. and then 95, you're hitting the breaks there as you approach 128. the pike looking pretty good. problem-free all the way back
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if you're getting ready to head out the door. 20 to 25 minutes on the expressway northbound. braintree to boston, just 12 minutes enter town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound, 28 stot zakim bridge, 14 minutes. the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> sarah: breaking overnight, one person is dead after being hit by a car on route 128 in waltham. police say the victim was walking sex when a didn't walking southbound when a car hit him late last night. police say several other vehicles then hit the victim, as well. university men's soccer season has been suspended. administrators canceled the rest of the games after a lewd scouting report. the athletic director says the practice continued up to this year. the university is continuing to investigate the incident. both presidential campaigns making granite state stops today. donald trump will appear in atkinson for a rally. chelsea clinton will speak in keene and hanover.
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>> kris: a scare at a school landing a parent in some serious trouble. lowell police say a boy just eight years old brought his father's gun to school. 7's nancy chen is following this story for us. she's live in lowell with all the details. nancy, good morning. >> andy:>> nancy: chris, good m. the boy says he thought this was an air-soft gun, but the fac rattled. >> he could have come to school and shot everybody. >> nancy: parents on edge after they found out a third grader brought a gun to school. >> i almost had a heart attack. these are little kids from pre-k to fourth grade. what are they doing with guns? >> nancy: police say the eight-year-old student brought a 25 caliber pistol to green house elementary school last monday. >> pretty scary. it really is. i'm just finding out right now. i'm pretty scared right now. >> nancy: according to police, the young boy had it in his backpack but took it out to show his classmates.
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parents who told the school the next morning. >> it's crazy. where are his parents? >> nancy: officers say the boy thought the weapon was an air-soft gun. parents tell 7news the school sent a letter home saying the child brought a weapon to school but nothing specifically about a gun. >> i was really scared. i'm hoping that i do something to see how it happened and to prevent it in the future. >> when i heard it was a gun, i many my heart went right down to the ground. school being shot up and my grand babies in here. >> nancy: the boy's father turned the gun over to police along with two live rounds and a magazine. >> the father should know where the gun is at all times. >> nancy: the boy's father will be facing charges of unlawful possession of firearm as well as improper storage of firearm. in lowell, nancy chen, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: our 7news/umass lowell poll showing a shift in
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by the slightest margin. she has 47% of the support of likely new hampshire voters. that's three points higher than last month. and current senator kelly ayotte is down one point at 46%. >> kris: a bit of a cyber scare on election day, and it's causing some deep concern, not only here but all across the country. according to nbc news, federal investigators say they are working to stop a potential hack attack that could cause a disruption on election day. security department and the military all working together to keep these hackers from affecting the election. the focus appears to be on critical infrastructure like power grids. senior intelligence officials tell nbc news, "your vote is safe, you just might not have any lights." investigators believe hackers have already tested their attack. >> the activity that occurred on the 21st of october has definitely been seen be many in
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potentially a drill associated with a real event. >> kris: the dine company is based in new hampshire and the attack on that company last month crippled web sites like am accident and twitter. >> sarah: b.u. researchers say the death of a former patriots' player earlier this year was caused by cte and not als. kevin tubber passed away in march at the age of 46. initially it was believed he died following a battle with als. but researc thursday that turner had a "extraordinary and unprecedented case of cte due to concussions suffered during his playing career." >> kris: drivers, if you're heading toward needham, you can expect delays this weekend. demolition begins on the ole highland avenue bridge, and it could cause some traffic problems. demolition begins tonight at 8:00, and this means parts of route 128 and i-95 will be closed for most of the weekend for the public's safety. demolition is expected the last
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try to keep that in the back of your mind when you're planning your getaways for the weekend. >> sarah: still ahead, an incredible find. a woman missing for months is discovered, held captive in a container. why police say she may not be the only one. >> kris: also ahead, a surprise in one woman's change purse. she finds a donald trump quarter. >> sarah: a royal pain. ben affleck blaming a famous
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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. >> sarah: it was a nearly candy-free halloween kids. the supermodel says their children only ate one piece of candy they got while trick-or-treating. tom and gisele stay away from sugar, they say, so their kids gave away the treats to kids who didn't get any. >> kris: one that they know of. >> sarah: i have hard time believing that. >> kris: we had one family who gave out green beans. >> sarah: stop it. >> kris: it was different. my kids didn't take 'em. >> sarah: are you serious? this is not a joke. >> christa: no, no, i'm serious. and this is serious, too, donald
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people's money. a woman in texas found a quarter with the republican nominee's face on it. the inscription makes fun of signature catchphrases. similar coins have also appeared in san francisco and in new york. >> sarah: ben affleck's son getting a royal unexpected play date. the actor said in an interview while he was filming in london, he took his youngest son to an indoor play park. he says it was odd there was so much security and then realized prince george and princess charlotte were there, too. out sick, so it was probably the future king's fault, right? >> kris: there goes his invitation to buckingham palace coming up. >> sarah: one gets sick, they all get sick. >> kris: they do, they do. we're following some breaking news this morning. drivers, if you're headed through wilmington today, you really need to pay attention to this story. expect additional delays. a fuel spill on 93 northbound in concord street is backing up
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you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> it's 6:45, time the know and go. >> reporter: a soccer season cut short. the sexually explicit report forcing harvard to make that difficult decision. >> kris: plus breaking overnight, a deadly crash in waltham. a pedestrian killed while walking down a busy highway. >> and with just four days left until the election it's a mad dash in new hampshire. who is headed to the granite state with polls tighter than ever? >> sarah: it's time to know and go. we have all your day's top
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traffic and with weather. the forecast is here for the weekend. what's in store??>> chris: looks pretty good overall, chris. cooler compared to the last couple days but also mainly dry outside. 43 in boston. 48 in boston i should say. 43 in bedford. 40 in plymouth. take that look at the wind speeds coming in at 9mph in boston. 6 in bedford. out of the northwest. wind direction is important to us because it is bringing in some cooler weather from canada through new england and into southern new england here. so across northern new england, also a secondary frontha to swing on through. i think with that front an behind that front that's when we get into some gustier winds. honestly, we're just close to the average this time of year. average is mid-50s in boston, low 50s out into worcester. breezy day today. the surf is working in tomorrow. more of a cloud producer than a rain producer, but can't rule out a passing sprinkle or two, especially north and west of boston. the best chance of a passing sprinkle or even an ocean effect shower would be across the cape on sunday.
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developing on sunday, too. high pressure tries to build in from the west, but it's also competing with low pressure off to the east of us. so over the weekend, occasionally a spot sprinkle here and there, but mainly dry weather, not only continuing this weekend into early next week, but throughout much of next week. in fact, on the seven-day forecast, i left out the raindrops. it will turn cooler over the weekend with highs near 50. 60s by tuesday. >> sarah: we're following breaking news now on the roads. a fuel spill on 93 north in wilmington is traffic. so let's send it over to danielle gersh now with the latest on this. danielle? >> danielle: thanks, sarah. this is what 93 northbound in wilmington looks like at concord street. you see that truck on the side of the road. that spilled about 150 gallons of fuel on to the road there. the two left lanes are getting by as you can see, but the right lane is blocked. so again, this is northbound going against the morning commute. so going to slow you down this morning there. also in billerica, we have an accident in the median. this is route 3 southbound at
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boston northbound on the expressway, about half an hour this morning. also slow on 24. back to about brockton, 95 back the sharon. route 3 not seeing any issues, though. the pike slow after you make you way through framingham and then to 128. but other than that, not seeing any major delays on the pike this morning. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. 20 to 30 minutes on the expressway northbound. braintree to boston. 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim the "t" running on schedule. on the commuter rail, though, we are seeing some delays on the fairmont line. back to you, guys. >> kris: candle at harvard university, the entire men's soccer team suggestion spedded now over some sexually explicit rankings of the women players. the university making the call to cancel now the rest of the season. >> sarah: harvard's president calling the actions appalling and says it's been going on for years. 7's victoria warren now is live
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thestein was a near shoo-in for the ncaa tournament. but now their season is over. what this team is accused of doing is something the university says it has zero tolerance for. it was the athletic director who made the decision to cancel the remaining games of the season. the players are accused of rating women's soccer players online and making vulgar and explicit sexual comments about them. the athletic director says the problem dates back to 2012. harvard's president says this is unacceptable and supports the decision to cut the season short. some student-athletes are equally upset. >> i'm a female athlete here, and i know if that would ever happen to me, i would have felt disrespected, you know, it would have been a problem. >> the players are ordered to
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live this morning in boston, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: breaking story from overnight. one person is dead after being hit by a car on route 128 in waltham. police say this victim was walking southbound when a car hit him late last night. investigators say several of the vehicles hit that victim, as well. another breaking story and police are investigating after two students were hit by a car in dartmouth. investigators say that car hit two women right near the entrance to umass dartmouth's campus last night? police say the driver the victim's condition this morning. >> sarah: the race for the white house is now down to its final four days. it's a big day in new hampshire. donald trump making a stop in the granite state today while hillary clinton is sending daughter chelsea on her behalf. the race there couldn't be any closer. our exclusive 7news/umass lowell poll finds a dead heat. trump and clinton tied at 44% among likely new hampshire voters. since our survey last month, trump has gained five points and
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for more on the battle for new hampshire, let's go live to 7's jennifer eagan. jen? >> jennifer: sarah, good morning. trump has events in ohio and pennsylvania today, and he begins his day on the campaign trail here at new hampshire at the atkinson country club. trump is trying to fire up his base, especially in those battleground states. yesterday in north carolina, he told the crowd that if hillary clinton wins the election it will cripple the operations of our government. >> she's likely to be under investigation for many years, and also it will probably end up, in my opinion, in a criminal trial. >> so both campaigns have been sending out their surrogates to rally their base of supporters. later today here in new hampshire, chelsea clinton will be campaigning on behalf of her mother in keene, new hampshire, that event happening at 12:30. hillary clinton also campaigning in north carolina yesterday.
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>> you got to ask yourself: do any of us, any of us who believe in our constitution, who believe in the rule of law, who believe that we are stronger together, who believe that we want to keep moving positively toward a ?vision of freedom and equality set forth by our founders, do any of us have a place in trump's america? >> trump is expected here in a few hours. his event is expected to get under way at noon today. we're live in atkinson, new hampshire, jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: officials say first year voters could vote early turned out to be pretty popular. as of thursday afternoon, more than 800,000 massachusetts voters cast their ballot. >> kris: on just one station now, the man accused of robbing a bakery in brookline is due in court today. that man, who is known to police, was arrested overnight
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robbed athen's bakery on beacon street. the suspect told workers he had a gun but never showed one. he took cash from the register as well as money and cell phones from customers inside the bakery at the time. the retrial of killer gary lee sampson continuing in south boston today. thursday the jury listened to chilling confessions of how he took the lives of three men inch a 90-minute audio recording, sampson described in massachusetts and new hampshire in 2001. it is first time that recording has been released. >> i slit his throat. why? i do not know. i sprayed him with off to make him think i wasn't going to kill him. it was premeditated. i planned on killing him. >> kris: sampson's attorney is arguing that head injuries his client suffered a as child is what made him more prone to
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missing in august has been found alive. she was being held captive in a cage in south carolina. police say she was discovered in chains inside a storage shed in a sex offender's backyard. according to detectives, she had been there for two months acting on a trip deputies searched the property and heard the woman banging from inside a crate. police arresting the property owner, todd christopher kohlhepp on kidnapping charges. investigators say the woman told them there were at least four property. this morning the woman's boyfriend who was with her when she disappeared is still missing. >> kris: an officer makes a lifesaving stop in oklahoma when a husband was rushing his wife to the hospital because she was having a heart attack. this officer noticed they were speed, pulled them over, but once he realized what was happening, he started performing cpr. the woman was taken to a hospital where she is now recovering. it took a while, but the bruins did get a third straight
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they went to a shoot-out. ten rounds before jimmy hayes scored to end the game. b's ended up winning this close one 4-3 the final. and the c's didn't find the same success in their road task, taking on the tough cavs last night. jaylen brown made the start last night. 19 points for the iraqi. not bad but lebron james and tyree irving proved too much for boston and the c's ended up losing this one, pretty close, 128-122 against the defending champs. >> sarah: for named the n.f.c. offensive player of the month. he received the honor for his performance in october. he threw 12 touchdowns and led the pats to a 4-0 record. brady has yet to throw an interception this season. julian edelman's pop-up shop on newbury street is open for business. edelman stopped by j.e. 11 during thursday's opening. fans can buy clothing and accessories including edelman's
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latest adventure, a children's book. he says the book is especially important now since he's about to become a dad. >> i grew up with a great childhood and a father that pushed me and was able to get a lot out of me. and there's a lot of kids out there that don't have that. what a good way to be able to help mold the youth to have persistence and hard work ethic and to make it in a children's book. >> sarah: edelman's book is called flying high. it's based on h through sunday. >> kris: add that to our collection. >> sarah: it would be good for you. new little boy on the way. >> kris: chris lambert's new little girl. babies everywhere. >> chris: yeah, 50 to 56 this afternoon. breezy, cooler, and it turns windier this afternoon. overnight tonight temperatures dropping off. frosty start tomorrow. cool over the weekend. >> kris: all right. chris, thanks. "today show" straight ahead.
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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 and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents"
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question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. 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
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them." vo: just one. 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 these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask for your vote. 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.
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if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. good morning. the end is near. four days to go and "time's" cover captures the mood of the nation as a new poll shows 8 in 10 americans say the campaign has left them repulsed. now nbc news has learned there arri cyber attack on election day. this morning, what security officials are doing to protect the vote. in the dark. a popular las vegas hotel and casino forced to close overnight after workers damaged its main power line. thousands of guests evacuated. repeated advances? fox news anchor megyn kelly levels stunning new accusations against her former boss, roger ailes. this morning, her claims and

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