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we saw. 20 degrees in norwood this morning. well below our average lows. fet like we were waking up to winter. good news in the rest of the forecast. things moderate for us. temperatures seasonal in the mid to low 50s with a mixture of clouds and sunshine. sunday, we do cool down a little bit further back to the low 50s. little below average, it's going to be breezy as well. well, it does feel cooler than what we've seen earlier. we're pretty close to our average highs which are in the mid we're rebounding back to above average as we head into your tuesday forecast. no excuse not to vote but count on a breezy couple of days. keep a jacket nearby, we even have the chance for a little about the of moisture headed our way. the winds are going to pick up into the afternoon. gusts up to around 15 miles an hour. stronger winds returning tomorrow. more on your sunday forecast coming up right after the break. >> nancy: thank you very much. police in billerica searching for a dangerous
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with a police officer. police say the officer approached the suspicious vehicle on boston road last night and the driver suddenly sped into reverse dragging the officer about 15 feet. police looking for the man from billerica, 28-year-old eric obleisk. he is facing charges of assault and battery with a deadly weapon. police also want to question this man here. they say he is not a suspect but they want to talk to him of the car when all this happened. the officer is expected to be okay. the vehicle involved here was a green dodge caravan with rhode island plates i. y888. anyone with information on the vehicle or the man is asked to call police. now to a developing story, one police officer is dead. another injured after a shooting in the bronx. the officers responding to a home invasion call when the gunfire started. today the city is in mourning and a family coping
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john cuoco has more. >> it is with great anguish that i have to tell you today an nypt sargent was shot and killed while doing his job trying to keep the people of this. >> city safe. >> reporter: new york city police are mourning the loss of a sargent killed in the line of gutt. a second officer was shot in the leg. police say the incidents occurred friday in the bronx. new york city's top cop says two officers found the sp the vehicle, which was stopped at 1575 bronx river avenue, the suspect identified as manuel ross alez, 35-year-old, fired at the officers, with the 45 caliber semi automatic hand gun. >> reporter: officers returned fire. the suspects was killed as well as the sargent. >> the city is in mourning.
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all the men and the women of the 43 precinct in mourning right now for the loss. very good man, a devoted man. a man who committed his life to protecting all of us. >> reporter: john cuoco 7 news, today in new england. >> nancy: the election countdown standing at just three days and during the time weekend of the race, both candidates are campaigning in key battleground states. on the democratic side hillary clinton had a packed day on friday pennsylvania. florida and michigan while donald trump rallied for support in new hampshire. today they both will be in florida. ryan schulteis has a closer look. ? >> reporter: hillary clinton rolling out the star power in cleveland. power couple beyonce and jay z.putting on a concert to support her. ?
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>> i want my daughter to grow up seeing a woman lead our country. [applause] and know that her possibilities are limitless and that is why i'm with her. >> reporter: hillary clinton spent the day trying to rally voters in states that president obama won easily like pennsylvania. >> this is one of those make or break moments in the united states. >> reporter: she is in a fight for michigan and she is counting on big names like the preside w to keep the calm in north carolina psalm. >> i told you to be focused. you are not focused right now. don't boo. vote. >> reporter: it's also a very close race in new hampshire. our 7 news umass local poll shows the two died. this is where her daughter chelsea was telling supporters to not just sit on the sidelines. >> i believe this is the most important presidential election of my lifetime so i'm going to do everything i can to make the case about
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debeat donald trump and elect my mom. >> reporter: clinton trying to stay on message but many are talking about a -- >> cyberbullying was a terrible thing. i thought, yeah, especially if it's done at 3:00 depends a former miss universe, my god run -- >> reporter: ryan schulteis, 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: donald trump making gains in the granite at on friday before heading to pennsylvania where he trails in the polls. kimberly bookman has more on trump's battleground push. >> reporter: in pennsylvania, donald trump works a big crowd. >> i didn't have to bring jay lo. i'm here all by myself. >> reporter: the republican presidential nominee plans to hit ten
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like nevada and michigan. >> we're going to great the great state of new hampshire. we're going to win back the white house. >> reporter: trump campaigned in the granite state friday and will be back again monday. new hampshire's former governor appealing to vote the ticket. >> what happens here will as usual pick the next president of the united states. >> reporter: with just days to go trump continues to bash clinton. >> you a for 35 years, why does she need so much debate prep? how much do you have to learn. >> reporter: and argue that had a hillary clinton presidency would be weighed down with controversy and corruption. >> she is likely to be under investigation for a long time, concluding in a criminal trial. our president. america deserves a government that can go to work on day one. get it done. >> reporter: kimberly bookman, 7 news, today in new england.
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as early voting came to a close on friday. eager voters waited for hours to cast their ballots. boston city election commissioner says he thought early voting would be popular but never imagined this. overall voters were understanding of the long wait. >> we walked up. this is a fine line and we looked -- it goes around city hall. oh, cool i guess we're doing this. >> it's a lot of people but it's encouraging to see how many peoplre >> nancy: more than 900,000 registered voters have taken advantage of early voting. be sure to stay with us for complete coverage on election day. on tuesday, byron barnett, christa del camp and dan hausle will all be live in new york city that. is where both candidates will be holding their parties' election night. our complete live election night coverage on tuesday will begin with 7 news first at 4:00. following more news, a man rushed to the hospital after
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river street in haverhill yesterday afternoon. witnesses say the man was wearing head phones and crossing the street on the crosswalk when a box truck hit him. one man who saw the crash says people nearby ran over to help. >> i rushed over. he had his face gashed in from the lower left side up to the back. it was pretty bad. he was on his stomach at one point. no one knew what to do. we put a couple of shirts on his face to stop the did stop and tried to help the victim who was rushed to the hospital. in boston police releasing this image of a man in connection it an attempted kidnapping, they're asking anyone with information about who he is to contact them right away. police say he is connected to the attempted kidnapping in roxbury near blue hill avenue. the victim was able to get away but also was not hurt in the ins accident. three people rushed to hospital after a school
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officials placed the school on lockdown friday afternoon after a student and a faculty member were stabbed. the suspected attacker had self-inflicted wounds and has been taken into custody. >> i just heard. yelling and, like, sort of a struggle go down. then people started getting up looking frantic and shortly after that, ambulance came up, police came up. i saw her then applying pressure ove aassuming she was' stabbed somewhere in the gut area new hampshire. police haven't released details. 909 and the the verdict is in. two officials found guilty in the bridgegate trial. new jersey governor chris christie taking a major political hilt. >> reporter: we managed to stay dry but we could be looking at the chance of sprinkles in your weekend forecast. >> nancy: a big baseball surprise for a girl from maine.
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11-year-old. >> announcer: monday -- >> in rio local olympian abbey d'agostino became known for her sportsmanship -- >> see who can strength to the finish first in our sneaker making challenge. sneaker making challenge. >> ifat's kelly ayotte costing ? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. 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.
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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." 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 them." vo: just one. vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record.
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and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> nancy: just a reminder before you go to bed. don't forget to set your
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daylight savings time comes to an end at 2:00 so we'll shift back to standard time and best of all, it'll give us one extra hour of sleep this weekend. i think the rest part of this whole thing i never actually changed one of my clocks over back in the spring. so it's always been -- now, it's like my laziness pays off because i don't to change it back. >> reporter: you know what, it's good for us that wake up early but for those of us that want of extra sunshine before you go to bed looking at sunset times around 4:30, today is the day to enjoy a later sunset time. looking at sunset around 530 but today a mixture of clouds and sunshine. going to warm up nicely despite a chilly start for us. temperatures in the mid to low 20's we're looking at a dry weekend as well. stray sprinkles possibles as we head into today. a better chance for that tomorrow. we've already warmed up by
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boston, 41 degrees currently. worcester 36. norwood at 33. while they may be on the chillier said, much better than what they woke up to at 20 degrees. so tarting to feel more like winter. less like fall. we had a couple of flurries here in southern new hampshire, northern mass but that has push offed to the southeast. right now a mixture of sunshine and clouds. that's how we're going to keep it. i do think cloud cover is going to thicken up just a little bit as we head into this event with mostl but you can see breaks in the clout cover even by around lurchtime. as we head into the day, that is pretty much the situation until later tonight. by sunday morning, we're looking at the chance for a couple of showers, just sprinkles, trace amounts of rain at best. most of this is going to stay neither cape, these could push us a little further inland into the later afternoon. ocean effect showers ref up for us depending on how a weak wave of energy tracks
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can get a nice we could see a couple of showers even in middlesex county but we'll see about that. sunday evening looking clear. actually dry skies. as we head into monday. when we talk about the chance for rain here is what we're looking at. a very slight chance, nothing to cancel plans over and nothing to worry about. trace amounts of rain. here is a closer look where i expect to see sprinkle, see most of that staying in eastern massachusetts here. temperaturewise, today will be in the mid to low 50s, similao right around average. lows will not be so cold. looking at lows in the low 40s, seasonable lows for us. the forecast shows temperatures do dip tomorrow back to the low 50s, don't forget to fall back an hour by tomorrow morning and temperatures moderate as you head out on tuesday with mostly sunny skies early in the week. >> nancy: thank you. breaking news in boston. crews on the scene of a huge fire in boston near the south bay shopping center. the fire is in a two and a
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what you are looking at here is a picture send to us by a viewer. you can see the large bluhm of black smoke. no reports of injuries. we do have a crew on the way and will update the story as soon as we have more information. also on 7 it was a sox surprise for jackie bradley junior's biggest fan. he reached out to a girl who was hoping to get a letter from her favorite player but he answering the call support. adam williams has the story. >> this is jackie bradley junior. >> reporter: no, this is not a joke, this is an actual voice mail message a maine girl got from jackie bradley junior. >> i greatly appreciate my letters. >> reporter: it comes after sara of maine wrote him a fanler drawing pictures, then gave him her
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that he would actually call he. >> reporter: her interest started after going to a game in 2015 and seeing how he interacted with his teamits. >> when other people -- [inaudible] >> reporter: she went to a public event where he autographed her poster and baseball but she wanted him to know she is his biggest little fan and reached out with a note. jackie bradley junior responded with the voice personal number so the two could connect. >> it's so good to talk to you. >> it's great talking to you as well. how was your day today? >> it was good. >> reporter: simple words from a larger than life baseball player that shows a young girl kindness and what it means to appreciate one another. >> it's very nice and kind. he seems like he cares about other people. >> reporter: adam williams, 7 news today in
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ahead a daring rescue in michigan after two workers get trapped in a water tower. also ahead another major recall by samsung, why some top-loading washing machines are being pulled from stores. ben hassan is my older brother. he is so funny, and so smart, and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. i'm maggie hassan ? ? even hollywood's latest sweetheart needs to... punish the porcelain occasionally. but to avoid embarrassment... i give every bathroom
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? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education, vote no on question 2. >> nancy: breaking news out of boston, crews on the scene of a huge fire in boston. it's near the south bay shopping center. we're told the fire is in a two and a half story building but where you are
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to us by a viewer. see the large plume of black smoke in the air. we've no reports of injuries but we have a crew on the way. we'll update the story as soon as we have more information. 7 news turning to a dramatic verdict in the bridgegate scandal trial. two former allies of chris christie found guilty to cause a traffic jam. cristy himself was not charged but his bridgegatetr >> there are some delays out there. >> reporter: the four days of traffic at the george washington bridge known as bridgegate created a nightmare. a jury found chris christie's former deputy chief of staff brigitte tulle and director bill baroni guilty of conspiring to deliberately create the chaos. prosecutors alleged it was a form of political retribution against a local
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government can't and shouldn't be trusted. >> reporter: governor cristy was never charged with the crime. >> i had no knowledge of it. and there has been no evidence ever put forward that i did. >> reporter: often felt he was the one on trial with both the prosecution and defense arguing he knew more than he admits. a former port authority official testified that he told cristy about the plot as the scheme unfolded during this conversation at a cristes aa powerful ratings have sunk to historic lows. >> reporter: now he is tying his political future to trump. >> i think it would be hard for him to serve in the trump administration should that ever come to be. >> reporter: bridgegate is not over. cristy will appear in court after a judge ruled that a civilian complaint against him be stone a prosecutor for possible criminal charges.
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statement repeating he had no knowledge of the lane closures. anything said to the contrary he says in simply untrue. cristy was scheduled to campaign for donald trump in new hampshire and pennsylvania but has cancelled. new technology that could saves live. a look at a high-tech breathalyzer and how it works. kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework... she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most.
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hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. 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.
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new tool to track drunk drivers. it's a high-tech breathalyzer, by using smart software it's a deinvitation there a is hard to fool. cheryl fiandaca shows us more. >> i've lost quite a bit. i've four children i haven't seen in over 15 years or spoke to. i've lost a lot. >> reporter: ray is a recovering alcoholic. who stopped from going to jail by agreeing to take a breathalyzer test three times a day. and this -- breathalyzer. >> what the computer system is doing is mapping my eye. >> reporter: the device has a built in facial recognition system and is being used by the massachusetts probation department to monitor low risk offenders like ray. >> it helps me make better choices. >> reporter: once the specific features and photoorbses are up loaded into the system the user will get a text message warning him of an upcoming test time.
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sends an alert. >> can i hear it go beep. >> reporter: a tiny camera take as high resolution photo. >> it will tell me re. >> reporter: the device maps the location where the test is being taken. >> electronic monitoring, can i help you. >> reporter: all of that information ends up here at the massachusetts electronic monitoring center. >> i have to go to his house, he doesn't have to come to me and i get a printed text result. >> reporter: if the person on probation fails the test his probation officer is alerted. if it's a serious violation the police are alerted, too. but ray hasn't had that experience. >> i've lived 2/3 of my life fighting this. so i want to spend the rest of what i have left healthy and sober. >> reporter: about 700 people who are on probation are currently being
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newsroom. >> nancy: disturbing details in north carolina where a woman was found chained in a storage container. what else police found on the property. we continue to follow breaking news out of boston. crews battling a massive fire at a shopping center. so far, no reports of injuries but make sure you stay with 7 news for the latest putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. 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. you see these incredible looking women.
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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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at's you're paying more forou? prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. 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. >> nancy: a man facing attempted murder charges,
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the detour drivers face this weekend as a section of the highwayious down in needham. in what is cooking heading to boilstop street to try out a festive fall dish. >> announcer: this is 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: thank you for joining us on this saturday morning. i'm nancy chen. looking at that it looks and feels like fall out there. >> reporter: oh, my gosh, i think it felt like we woke up to winter, but you are right of it's g take a look at the morning lows, 40 degrees. excuse me, 20 degrees, half that in norwood. temperatures in boston in the mid 30s but everybody woke up to below average temperatures. 30 degrees in worcester. today we'll look at more moderate temperatures and looking at a slight chance for a stray shower or sprinkle but trace amounts of rain expected with this. don't cancel any weekend plans and the don't count on
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i think a slight chance for that but i can't rule out a spray sprinkle. sunday we stand a better chance of a sprinkle. here is a closer look where i'm expected to see the sprinkle, trace amounts of rain. nothing to cancel plans over. pretty similar to yesterday. just a hair less breezy with highs in the mid to low 50s, by sunday temperatures do drop off for us into the low 40s. n breaking news out of boston. crews on the scene of a massive fire in boston. it's near the south bay shopping center. we're told the fire is in a two and a half story building. now so far, there are no reports of any injuries. but right now, you are taking a live look. we just got a crew on the scene. you can see a lot of crews out there right now. the firefighters working to contain this. if you can zoom out a little bit, i don't know if the photographer can hear us but
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magazine street, george street. it's near the roxbury, dortch line so they've been fighting -- dorchester line. the flames are out but we'll bring you the latest. happening today crews continuing to tear down the highland avenue bridge along route 128 in needham. the work will last all weekend. drivers very concerned about delays out. there tim caputo has a closer look at what you can expect on the road. >> reporter: demolition is under way and so a delays. friday late evening traffic is slow moving on the side routes around 128 in needham as crews start their task of tearing down the old highland avenue bridge. the new bridge that goes over 128 and contact kneeham and newton is already build but the department of transportation needs to tear it down so they decided to us 'the entire weekend for demolition. traffic is already being diverted on to side roads and saturday afternoon, 128 will be closed in both
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backups here this weekend. >> i'm going to avoid it like the plague it's awful. awful disaster having central avenue out. and this brimming out. >> reporter: it's rare to have an entire highway closed down in beth directions but as workers tear down the bridge over the highway it's their only option. most people know this weekend would be a mess over here, so they'll avoid the area. others who have -- >> i have to drop my son off around the corner for don't know how i'm going to get him there. >> reporter: what are you planning for ? >> tons of extra time. probably least 45 minutes to an hour early. >> reporter: tim caputo, 7 news. >> nancy: also on 7 a suspect accused of an alarming crime in falmouth. police say he threw heroin at officers and this morning is facing troubling charges. jonathan hall has details from the cape. >> in the docket --
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attacked two police officers after a drug bust. by tossing hidden heroin at them. >> mr. pina removed an additional bag of narcotics from his anal cavity and i a salted two castities with it. >> reporter: in my years -- >> in my years of 38 years in service i've never heard of a suspect throwing drugs on to an officer. >> reporter: the chief says his officers one a sergeant got no a scuffle with pina as he was being processed. they had taken this mug shot. he was in the hand cuffed. pina pulled a clear plastic baggy from his pants, broke it open and flung it at the officers, one of them hit in the face. >> the officers regained control and we dealt with the situation of the officers' covered in the heche. >> reporter: e.m.t.'s brought the officers and pina to falmouth hospital.
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falmouth p.d.to clean up. the drug bust came at 9:30 a.m.at a parking lot. officers from falmouth and other departments pulled over the vehicle to execute search warrants. they say they found drugs and cash. arrest went wrong. the booking not so much. >> a deliberate act to rip it apart and toss it at you. >> reporter: jonathan hall, 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: more news today. a gruesome discovery in the case of a woman found chained for months in south carolina. police have found a body on the same property. this comes as we learn more about the man accused of holding the woman captive. today crews continue to dig on the property for more clues and kim khazei has details. >> reporter: as investigators swarm the sprawling compound in south carolina, another chilling discovery. >> we did find a body in a shallow grave on this piece of property around 10:00
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she disappeared in august along with her boyfriend. authorities ashe was' chained by her ankle in a padlocked storage container roughly the size of a school bus. the owner of the propertied to kohlhepp charged can kidnapping. prosecutors expect more charges. >> unbelievable how much -- >> reporter: a neighbor says kohlhepp kept to himself and built this fence. >> unusual to be fencing in 95 acres in a quiet neighborhood like this. >> rep survived. >> it's great. just knowing that she is alive and i can go see her and hug her and tell her how much i love her. >> reporter: she says kohlhepp shot her by friend and she believes there are at least four bodies buried on the property. >> something out of a horror film. not something you expect to hear about. >> reporter: the couple had dinner at their apartment before they vanished. after several weeks mysterious posts appeared on the boyfriend's facebook
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fine. their families believe the account was hacked. police were able to track the woman's phone to this property where a search is under way for more victims. kim khazei, 7 news, today in new england. >> nancy: police police wrangling in a suspect. the pig named rolly or nick named rolly. rolly was found and you -- wandering down a highway. he is at the local humane society to see if her owner can be found. if she she will be put up for adoption. numerous cars under a water fall in philadelphia. a 48 inch water main erupted in the parking lot of a large strip mall trapping dozens of cars. firefighters could be seen rescuing shoppers out there. this is the third major flood at the same location since 2014.
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being trapped in a water tower. the equipment supporting the workers malfunctioned while painting the inside of the tower. workers were able to rescue the man after about an hour. both men were rushed to hospital. on 7 news now another major recall involving samsung, this time for washing machines that can explode while in use, there have been at least 9 reports of jeers from sudden and now the consumer product safety commission is recall nearly 300,000 washing machines after hundreds of complaints. owners are being warned to use del indicate cycles, also ahead a touching moment at a high school football game after two years of waiting, one player has a chance to shine on the field. ben hassan is my older brother.
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and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. 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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>> nancy: hail pounding the city of el paso in texas, no major damage. reports say the hail ranged from dime sized to baseball sized and led to flooding in the area. portions of the interstate were shut you down. no injuries have been reported at this time. here at home, certainly a chillier start to the morning than usual. wren, you were saying even flurries at one point.
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flurries, snow pellets in mostly southern new hampshire as well as northeastern mass. look at a mixture of sunshine and clouds and a similar to what we saw yesterday, just not quite as breezy. even though we were off to a very cool start we're actually looking at pretty seasonal weather for your saturday. we'll keep things mainly dry but we have a slight chance for a couple of stray sprinkles especially as we head into sunday's forecast. in boston, 36 degrees in worcester. chilly there in norwood but much more comfortable than what we're waking up to a couple of hours ago. most of the showers and even flurries having tracked further to the east right now. again just a mixture of sunshine and clouds. we'll keep it that way throughout the day. we could see cloud cover thicken up into the early evening but this is the scenario that we can expect through the majority of your saturday forecast.
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out. there sunset around 5:30, get ute. enjoy the sunshine bus tomorrow sunset is going to be earlier. more on that. sunday looking at more cloud cover here along the coastline and the cape. even ocean effect showers as we head into your sunday fact but really trace amounts of rain. you can see some of these lighting up in green here along the coast. these could push a little bit inland, but predominantly trace amounts of rain and isolated sprinkles here into sunday. by sunday we' terms of moisture but the slight chance for rain. here is a quick look at what we're looking at in terms of percentages. just a stray sprinkle tomorrow. 20% chance tomorrow. here is where we're looking at seeing the showers, mostly across the cape and coastline. sunday mid morning through the afternoon. temperatures today mid 50s, lows tonight not so chilly. lows in the low 40s right around average for us.
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clock back as we heed into tonight. tomorrow morning daylight savings time does end for us. sunset at 4:30 by tomorrow, by tomorrow evening so much shorter days ahead. your 7 on 7 forecast showing temperatures cooler for sunday. then we rebound into next week. >> nancy: thank you very much. a connecticut high school football player feeling a sense of accomplishment and belonging. the team had the chance t field, and he says it's a moment he will never forget. evan anderson has waited patiently for almost two years for his time on the football field. mostly waiting on the sideline as the team manager of the wolverines. >> we got to stay on task. drive through and tear the defense apart. >> reporter: but the coach decided anderson's time has come and he will play on
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he came to the high school on sunday and practiced all day by himself. >> reporter: practicing had to wait until after a quick stop. >> i went right to church actually. thanked the good lord for the opportunity, and for the guiding from the coaches. >> reporter: prayers answered for both anderson and his mom. >> he was classically autistic, he was nonverbal for several years. >> reporter: on monday. >> i had butter flies. >> reporter: the team scored. >> then after that the moment. down the pipes and never looked back. i started to make more friends around the high school. >> reporter: mom says it gave him more. >> i think it gave him a sense of belonging. he always wanted to be one of the kids. >> are you ready to play? >> reporter: if good things come to those who wait anderson doesn't mind playing at all. >> i'm ready for when my number jersey is called.
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anderson has a few more years to placement anderson this has been a very memorable soft more year. cubs fans packing the streets. a world series celebrates, more than 10 0 years in the making million a local bruinry honoring big papi, a happy hour for a special cause. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. 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.
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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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when you're raised by a single mom, you learn how important it is to live within your means. i'm colin van ostern, and it's how i'll stand up for you as governor. by cutting inefficient spending and using innovation to 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,
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>> announcer: now time for 7 sports. >> reporter: good morning, when mike hayes grabbed the reins in arizona it didn't take a genius to predict who he would pick for his new skipper. he kept things in the fenway family taking tory lab dimebacks. the former sox bench coach will formally be introduced on monday. he was considered to be the fallback to farrell but inside links up with hayes and to try to turn around a team who lost 93 or more games. two of the last three seasons. the team everybody is chasing heading into next season, throwing a party 108
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chicago. the cubs and an estimated 5 million of their closest friends packing the streets of the second city for a world series celebration so massive it had theo epstein thinking back to some of other rolling rallies he experienced. >> it exceeded my wildest expectations by about 10fold and you know, it was way bigger than boston. that was only point of reference i had. so boston was great. i think equal amounts of passion by the s city, this was overwhelming. >> reporter: fresh off their 3-0 road trip the bruins back on home ice at the garden hosting the rangers, i'm chelsy mcdonald. >> nancy: a local brewery honoring david ortiz, sam adams is paying tribute to big papi called big hapi.
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ben hassan is my older brother. he is so funny, and so smart, and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan
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>> nancy: the fall weather calls for a pretty hardydish and sarah french is showing us a healthy option. carrots with a pumpkin cede pesto, it's today what is cooking. >> reporter: fast, fresh and delicious, three words diners search for and many search no longer when they land at dig it on boston's boylston. >> we serve mostly vegetables and we believe good food should be acib last time you craved carrots? >> we start with whole irregular carrockets we're going to peal them. one happying of coriander. >> reporter: add olive oil and mix well. >> we cook them whole because it allows the
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about 15 minutes. while they cook make pesto. >> i'm going to take pumpkin cedes. >> reporter: set aside the seed amend get kale. >> take the leafs off. >> reporter: chop the kale, add to the blender. >> lemon judicial going to add three table spoons. >> reporter: add water and pure while slowly mixing. >> a little bit at a time. >> reporter: once it's blended pour the mix on to the chopped pumpkin seeds now get the carrots out of the oven. cut them if up into spears. >> reporter: transfer to a bowl. spoon on pesto andic. >> see how it looks coarse, that's what you are going off. >> reporter: he adds arugula. >> that's it.
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that is what is cooking, i'm sarah french, 7 news. >> nancy: one of my favorite restaurants. much more ahead including two brothers in milton stepping up to the plate. what they're doing to help those in need in haiti. also back to the breaking news out of boston, flames tearing through a building in roxbury. one person has been hospitalized. we'll have the very latest
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every time a new charter opens, 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 education, vote no on question two.
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>> nancy: police in billerica looking for this man after they say he dragged a police officer through a parking lot with his car. battle ground blitz, donald trump and hillary clinton trying to round up the votes as the presidential campaign heads to its time weekend. traffic troubles, possibly in needham, construction workers working all weekend where drivers will be facing delays. plus one of the red sox coaches leaving he is getting his own shot at managing. >> announcer: this is 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: 10:00, good morning to you. welcome to today in new england. thank you for joining us, we've those stories and much more but first, starting to warm up a little bit after unseasonably chilly companies. let's go to wren. you are sayingen --en because it was cold. >> reporter: feeling like winter. a little bit of snow, yes,
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new hampshire. northern massachusetts, and the take a look at the temperatures. everybody started out significantly below average. 20 degrees in norwood, mid 30s here in boston. not as far away from our normal lows but below average by about 6 degrees, 24 degrees in bedford. good news it's not going to be as breezy. even though we're looking at temperature as hair cooler than yesterday we're seasonable. near 53 degrees, a mixture of sunshine and some clouds today which is when we'll additional clouds along the cape and coastline. trope temperatures dropping off a bit. we have the chance of sprinkle, trace amounts at best if that ever does reach the ground. we've pretty dry air in the mid levels, at the surface as well so we're being looking at a dry day with a slight chance for a couple of sprinkles tomorrow as well. >> nancy: thank you very much. breaking news ott of boston. crews on the scene of a huge fire in boston. we've been telling you about this. it's at the south bay or
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center. police tell us they responded to a building on george street just after 8:30. when they arrived there were' heavy flames coming from the building. the building collapsed. take a being look. boston fire tweeted out this picture. see how fierce thefire was but firefighters have been able to knock it down. one adult was treated for injuries and taken to the hospital. a utility worker who was working nearby scene. >> person came running out of the house. he was partly on fire, rolling around. disoriented. and next thing you know the house is fully engulfed. >> nancy: live picture of the scene. crews still cleaning up but the fire has been knocked down. the fire department has called for a building inspector to come out to the scene to check it out. we'll stay on top of the story and bring you more information as it comes into our newsroom. also more breaking news,
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police investigating after a man died following reports of shots fired early this morning. around 12:30 police responded to bentham road. shortly after that a man showed up at hospital with gunshot wounds and that man later died. so far no word on any arrests. 7 news turning to billerica where police are searching for a dangerous driver. they say the driver was involved in a hit-and-run with an officer. police say the officer approached a vehicle on boston road last night and the driver suddenly sped into reverse dragging the officer about 15 feet. police are looking for this man from billerica 28-year-old eric oblenis who they say was behind the wheel. they say he is well known to police and is facing charges of assault and battery with a deadly weapon. police also want to question this man here. they say he is not a suspect but they want to talk to him because he was also inside
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happened. the officer is expected to be okay. the vehicle is a green dodge caravan with i. y. 888 rhode island plates. it has a rack on the top of the car. anyone with information on the car or the man is asked to call police. to a developing story out of new york city, one police officer is dead. another injured after a gun battle in the bronx. investigators say the shooter was also killed on friday. the officers were approaching the suspect after a reported home invasion when started shooting and john cuoco has more >> it is with great anguish that i have to tell you today an nypt sargent was shot and killed while doing his job trying to keep the people of this. >> reporter: new york city police are mourning the loss of a sargent killed in the line of gutt. a second officer was shot in the leg. police say the incident occurred friday in the bronx.
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suspect inside a vehicle. >> as officers approached the vehicle, which was stopped at 1575 bronx river avenue, the suspect identified as manuel rosalez, 35-year-old, fired at the officers, with the 45 caliber semi automatic hand gun. >> reporter: officers returned fire. hitting the suspect the suspect was killed as well as the sargent. the other officer is in stable condition >> c the families of the nypd is in mourning and particularly all the men and the women of the 43 precinct in mourning right now for the loss. very good man, a devoted man. a man who committed his life to protecting all of us. >> reporter: john cuoco 7 news, today in new england. >> nancy: according to the police the suspect had a long history of 17 arrests some of them related to domestic disputes. he also served time in prison for possession of stolen property.
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countdown, just three days to go in the campaign heading into the final weekend of the race, both candidates fanning out over as many key battle ground grow states as possible. hillary clinton making stops in pennsylvania, michigan and florida. she heads to new hampshire tomorrow. ryan schulteis has more on the clinton campaign ? >> reporter: hillary clinton rolling out the star power in cleveland. power couple beyonce and jay z.putting on a concert to support her. ? >> reporter: she is trying to fire up clinton supporters. >> i want my daughter to grow up seeing a woman lead our country. [applause] and know that her possibilities are limitless, and that is why i'm with her. >> reporter: hillary clinton spent the day trying to rally voters in states that president obama won easily like pennsylvania. >> this is one of those make
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united states. >> reporter: she is in a fight for michigan, and she is counting on big names like the president who tried to keep the crowd in north carolina as the crowd was going after a trump supporter >> i told you to be focused. you are not focused right now. don't boo. vote. >> reporter: it's also a very close race in new hampshire. our 7 news umass local poll shows the tw supporters to not just sit on the sidelines. >> i believe this is the most important presidential election of my lifetime. so i'm going to do everything i can to make the case about why i think we both have to debeat donald trump and elect my mom. >> reporter: clinton trying to stay on message but many are talking about a comments bill clinton made about melania's speech >> cyberbullying was a terrible thing. i thought, yeah, especially if it's done at 3:00 depends
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universe by a guy running for president >> reporter: ryan schulteis, 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: donald trump started in new hampshire on friday where he continues to make big gains. he will start a three-day blitz over several key battleground states. kimberly bookman has more >> reporter: in pennsylvania, donald trump works a big crowd. >> i didn't have to bring jay lo. or jay z. the only w anybody i'm here all by myself. >> reporter: the republican presidential nominee plans to hit ten states in three days including left-leaning states like nevada and michigan. new hampshire one of the states he considers important and winnable >> we're going to win the hampshire. we're going to win back the white house. >> reporter: trump campaigned in the granite state friday and will be back again monday.
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governor appealing to reluctant republicans to vote the ticket. >> what happens here will as usual pick the next president of the united states. >> reporter: with just days to go trump continues to bash clinton. >> you are doing this stuff for 35 years, why does she need so much debate prep? how much do you have to learn. >> reporter: and argued that a hillary clinton presidency would be weighed down with controversy and corruption. >> she is likely to be under investigation for a long time, concluding in a criminal trial. our president. america deserves a governnt get it done. >> reporter: kimberly bookman, 7 news, today in new england. >> nancy: lines backed up around city hall in boston as early voting came to a close on friday. take a look at this. some voters waited for hours to cast their ballot in boston city election commissioner says he thought early voting would be popular but never imagined this. overall voters were understanding of the wait.
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we look around the corner. oh, cool i guess we're doing this today. >> a lot of people. but it's encouraging to see how many people are voting. i think it's a good sign. >> nancy: more than 900,000 registered voters have taken advantage of early voting. make sure you stay with 7 news for complete coverage. on tuesday byron barnett, christa del camp and dan hausle will all be live in new york city. that is where both donald trump and hillary clinton will be spending election night. our live election night begin with 7 news first at 4:00. still ahead, potential traffic troubles in needham. crews working to take down the old highland avenue bridge. how long drivers could see delays for. >> reporter: after a cold start, we could be looking at a bit of moisture heading our way as well. i'll have a closer look at that as well coming up after the break. >> nancy: firefighters on the scene of a fire. there one person taken to the hospital. we'll keep following the
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>> announcer: monday -- >> in rio local pimpian abbey d'agostino became known for he is great show of sportsmanship but she if she is as kind to me. >> she who can sprint to the
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>> nancy: welcome back, thanks for staying with you, 10:13 on this saturday
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into charlestown, we've wren standing by with a check of the forecast, starting to warm up a tad. >> reporter: you saw still water there. that is because we're not dealing with breezy of conditions as yesterday. despite a cooler start it's a mild day. temperatures going to end up being around average for, right now a mix you are too of some sunshine and cloud out there as well. we saw a little about the of snow this morning in southern new hampshire. northeastern pellets as well. temperatures struggling to warm up but we'll see these continue to rise, closer to average but compared to yesterday we're still significantly cooler, bedford about 15 degrees cooler than yesterday. that is where nashua is as well. here in boston just about 10 degrees cooler. temperatures mid 40s for many of us, 43 degrees in boston. 34 degrees in bedford. worcester in the upper 30s, so they warmed up close to 20 degrees since this morning. some morning lows dipped
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chilly start. a mixture of skin and clouds for -- sun and clouds for you, not a ton of cloud cover. that's going to transition into sunday. expect more clouds today compared to yesterday an even more clouds tomorrow compared to today if you can follow that. saturday evening, still a mixture of sun and clouds. the cloud cover thickens up. by sunday we do have the chance for stray showers as well as sprinkles, we have the chance for that today as well pu a better chance into sunday. over us that could touch off moisture into the late morning and afternoon in particular. you can see this is reel guilted to the coast and the cape. still the slight chance for that as we head into the late afternoon hours and even the early evening hours tomorrow but not a washout. i wouldn't cancel any plans. in terms of rainfall totals, looking minor. trace amounts. so not helpful with the rain deficit we've had.
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sprinkle. not a washout. still sunshine for us as well. tomorrow, that is where we stand a better chance for sprinkles, that is along the coast as well as the cape. temperatures today are going to be mild. mid 50s, wind out of the west not as breezy as the last couple of days. lows tonight temperatures low 40s, with winds out of the northwest. we're breezier tomorrow with wind gusts up to around 20 miles an hour. don't forget to fall back late tonight. we end daylight sav in terms of our sunset time. sunset tomorrow at 4:30, enjoy today's sunshine. you have a little more time to do so. your forecast, showing temperatures dropping to the low 50s into sunday. then temperatures moderate a bit into next week. >> nancy: thank you very much. coming up on today in new england, first it was a smart phones. now there is another samsung recall over another product that has been exploding. up first hoping to stop drunk driving.
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we'll show you how it works when we come back. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner'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. 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. 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.
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vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte.
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kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework... she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. >> nancy: the state with a new tool to track drunk drivers it's a high-tech breathalyzer, by using smart software so it's harder to fool. cheryl fiandaca shows us how it's being used >> i've lost quite a bit. i've four children i haven't seen in over 15 years or spoke to.
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recovering alcoholic who was stopped from going to jail by agreeing to take a breathalyzer test three times a day. and this -- is no ordinary breathalyzer. >> what the computer system is doing is mapping my eye. >> reporter: the device has a built in facial recognition system and is now being used by the massachusetts probation department to monitor low risk offenders like ray. >> it helps me make better choices. >> it works once the specific features and photos are up loaded into the system the user will get a text message warning him of an upcoming test time. minutes later the device sends an alert. >> i can hear it go beep. >> reporter: a tiny camera take as high resolution photo. >> it will tell me retest. >> reporter: the device maps the location where the test is being taken. >> electronic monitoring, can i help you. >> reporter: all of that
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the massachusetts electronic monitoring center. >> i don't have to go to his house. he doesn't have to come to me and i get a printed text result. >> reporter: if the person >> reporter: if the person on probation fails the test, his probation officer is alerted. if it's a serious violation the police are alerted, too. but ray hasn't had that experience. >> i've lived 2/3 of my life fighting this. so i want to spend the rest of what i have left healthy and sober. >> reporter: about 700 people who are on probation are currently being monitored using this unique breathizer. i'm cheryl fiandaca in the newsroom. >> nancy: cubs fan scramble to secure their spots in the world series celebration, chili has more. two students determined to make a difference no matter what. in the lives of people who
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marriage time for this week's class act. today we're meeting two brothers who go to school in milton and they're not discouraged when facing near impossible tasks. they're determined to help people who need it the most. her is christa del camp with this week's class act. >> reporter: if ever there were two young men who embodied the spirit of generosity it's these two brothers.
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two in particular who have done so much to help people who are less fortunate and what a bert endeavor is there than that. malik and makai. i would like to present you with these. they are two middle schoolers at delphi academy in milton. both were born here in the states and their parents emigrated from haiti. each year their whole family goes back to that country to vacation and as they grew older the two noticed a big difference in the way some live and their lives here. >> i would say little kids playing soccer with cans and i see kids with no clothes. >> i saw this poor lady trying to make a living trying to sew things and felt bad. >> it came to my mind over the years i had to do something. >> i have to do something about it. >> reporter: they did do something. they not to work selling
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driveway, mows lawns and more. >> we set up a garage sale. >> there are so many things we don't use. they're sitting there getting old. old toys. you know. little toy remote car, things my little brothers don't even play with. >> reporter: all their work added up. >> we started raising so much money, we got to at least $1,000. >> reporter: they went to haiti where $1,000 is worth so much more and the things people need. >> we bought soccer balls. we bought sandals, shoe, shirts, underwears, everything. >> we want to give haiti all the things we can because haiti needs things as much as we do. >> reporter: they're not done giving to haiti. last month hurricane matthew struck and the two are more determined than ever to help out. i'm christa del camp, 7 news. >> nancy: if you know a student between 6-12th
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or in their community nominate them on-line at whdh.com. still plenty of news ahead including two former aides to new jersey governor chris christie found guilty in the bridgegate. what one of the aides and his attorney are saying about the ruling. >> reporter: we woke up to a frosty start. will the cool air stick around throughout your weekend? i'll have the answer coming up. >> nancy: one person taken to the hospita fire. we'll have the very latest after the break. ? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse.
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all our kids to a quality education,
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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 go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. them." vo: just one. >> nancy: breaking news, fires crews still on the scene of a huge fire in roxbury. one person taken to the hospital after a building collapses. possible traffic woes this weekend. the major construction in needham that could slow down drivers in the area. police back out at the scene where a woman was found
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finding a body. why they believe there could be even more victims. >> announcer: this is 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: welcome back, thanks for staying with you, we'll have those stories and much more in the next half hour but let's turn things over to the newest member of our 7 news team. so glad you are here. >> reporter: i'm glad to be here. things are going to warm up nicely for you, i've been talking about the we've seen. temperatures at 20 degrees in norwood this morning, typical cool spots. feeling like the dead of winter here this morning. mid 30s in boston, a little more mild but everybody starting out the day below average lows. good news we're going to warm up nicely. we're already seeing a nice warm-up. 40 degrees in fitchburg. worcester 39 degrees. mid 30s bedford and nashua at 35 as well. highs today will be on point with our average highs in
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off a little bit back to the low 50s, monday we see the temperatures rebound. our main concern here through today is really just the slight chance for a sprinkle but our best shot at a sprinkle is going to be tomorrow. a slight chance for that. don't cancel weekend plans. get ready for a breezy day on sunday. more on the forecast in a moment. >> nancy: thank you very much. breaking news, crews remain on the scene after huge fire near the south bay shoppin telling us they responded to a building on george street just after 8:30 this when this morning. when they got there there were' heavy flames coming from the building. this is a mixture boston fire tweeted out. you can see how fierce the flames were, but firefighters were able to knock it down. we're told one adult was taken to the hospital for injuries. a utility worker working nearby described the thing.
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rolling around. disoriented. and next thing you know the house is fully engulfed. >> nancy: this is a photo tweeted out. it's all left of the building in the aftermath of the fire. no other injuries have been reported. 7 news, turning to needham. some major construction going on along route 128. crews are tearing down the old highland avenue bridge and drivers are concerned mass dot giving app an up date that the northbound detours will be ending soon but southbound detours will start tonight and tim caputo has the latest >> reporter: demolition is under way and so are the delays. friday late evening traffic is slow moving on the side routes around 128 in needham as crews start their task of tearing down the old highland avenue bridge.
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over 128 and connects needham and newton is already build but the department of transportation needs to tear it down so they decided to us 'the entire weekend for demolition. traffic is already being diverted on to side roads and saturday afternoon, 128 will be closed in both directions for several hours. that could cause huge backups here this weekend. >> i'm going to avoid it like the plague. it's awful. awful disaster having central avenue out. and this bridge out. closed down in beth directions, but as workers tear down the bridge over the highway it's their only option. most people know this weekend would be a mess over here, so they'll avoid the area. others who have -- >> i have to drop my son off work. i don't know with this i don't know how i'm going to get him there. >> reporter: what are you planning for ? >> tons of extra time. probably least 45 minutes to an hour early. >> reporter: tim caputo, 7 news. >> nancy: a man riched to hospital after he was hit by car.
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haverhill yesterday afternoon. witnesses say the man was wearing head phones crossing a street through the crosswalk when a box truck hit him. one man who saw the crash says people nearby ran over to help. >> i rushed over. he had his face gashed in from the lower left side up to the back. it was pretty bad. he was on his stomach at one point. no one knew what to do. we put a couple of shirts on his face to stop the bleeding. >> nancy: the truck driver did stop and tried to help the victim o in boston police releasing this image of a man in connection to an attempted kidnapping. they're asking anyone with information about who he is to contact them right away. police say he is connected to the attempted quid knapping last month -- kidnapped in roxbury last month. the victim,a woman, was able to get away and was not hurt in the ins accident. happening today, police back out at the scene in south carolina after another gruesome discovery there.
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chained inside a storage shed and now they have found a body on the same property. the woman had been missing for two months before investigators found her and police are scared there are even more victims. kim khazei has more. >> reporter: as investigators swarm the sprawling come-pound in north carolina another chilling discovery >> we did find a body in a shallow grave on this piece of property around 10:00 this morning. >> reportehi woman alive. she disappeared in august along with her boyfriend. authorities she was' chained by her ankle in a padlocked storage container roughly the size of a school bus. the owner of the property to registered sex offend todd koll hope charges with kidnapping prosecutors expect more charges. >> unbelievable how much -- >> reporter: a neighbor says kohlhepp kept to himself and built this fence. >> unusual to be fencing in
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neighborhood like this. >> reporter: friends of the woman so grateful she survived. >> it's great. just knowing that she is alive, and i can go see her and hug her and tell her how much i love her. >> reporter: she says kohlhepp shot her boyfriend and she believes there are at least four bodies buried on the property. >> something out of a horror film. not something you expect to hear about. >> reporter: the couple had dinner at their apartment before they vanished. after several weeks mysterious posts appeared on the boyfriend's facebook page suggesting the two were fine. their families believed the account was hacked. police were able to track the woman's phone to this massive property where a search is under way for more victims. kim khazei, 7 news, today in new england. >> nancy: police say the suspect has a violent past. he has a previous conviction for kidnapping in arizona. two former officials linked to chris christie's office found guilty for their involvement in bridgegate
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connection to the 2013 lane closures in the george washington bridge in what was called an act of political retribution. one of the people convicted mainstains his innocence. >> this case was and is a disgrace. >> i'm innocent of these charges. i am very, very looking forward to this appeal. >> nancy: both facing maximum sentences of 86 years but federal prosecutors don't expec seek the maximum penalty. a jury finds rolling stone magazine and one of its journal liable with malysz. they found the magazine defamed a university of virginia fraternity in a since discreatessed story about a gang rape. the magazine apologized to the administrator and anyone else impacted by the story. the university's dean is
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damages. also another major recall involving sam sun this time for washing machines can explode while in use, there have been at least nine reports of injuries from the sudden explosions. now the consumer product safety commissioner is rolling nearly 3 million -- recalling nearly 3 million washing machines after hundreds of complaints. those machines are dangerous. >> the top, the lid, the barrel head had came off its hinges. like it. it's like it was a bomb went off inside of the washing machine. >> i'm concern somebody is going to be near when the top blows off and they're going to get killed by it. >> reporter: customers can get a repair kit or get a rebait. >> owners are encouraged to use delicate or water proof cycle, ahead, a homecoming team giving up -- teen giving up his crown to the
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emotional tribute. >> reporter: we could be looking at a little bit of moisture heading our way. more on that coming up. massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. 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." join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. and governor baker fios is not cable. we're wired differently.
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weather. >> reporter: after a chilly start we're actually starting to see a couple of peeks of sunshine but the sun is going to struggle to make it through the clouds. still mild. especially compared to what we woke up to this morning. a little cooler than yesterday at this time but we're going to warm up to the 50s, topping off in the mid to low 50s, 43 degrees currently in boston p. 39 degrees in worcester. fitchburg 40 and nashua mid than what we woke up with temperatures as low as 20 degrees in norwood. waking up to winter. but we'll work our way into fall-like temperatures again today. winds won't be as breezy as yesterday. those are going to be out of the west. gusting up to around 15 miles an hour. 17 miles an hour at we head into your sunday forecast looking at another breezy day. by sunday we keep the breezy conditions as we do head into your monday forecast.
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add in the winter factor it's going to feel brisk over the next couple of days. looking at a mixture of sun and clouds. leaning on the cloudy end as we head through today. you can see future cast showing that nicely. still seeing peeks of sunshine, we do have the light chance for a shower or springle but most of us are going to stay dry. i don't think much is going to make it to the dry. we still have a slight chance for showers but it's a better chance than across the cape and the coast. we're just talking trace amounts of rain. that's not going to do a whole lot. you can see by 2:00 tomorrow we could be looking at a up koll of showers, sprinkle as i cross the coast. ocean effect showers pushing inland into the early evening hours. we dry out into sunday night. we'll have dry skies and quiet conditions to start out next week. here is a look at the chances for precipitation they're low. very slight chance for today.
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sprinkles into tomorrow's forecast. highs today are going to be in the mid to low 50s right on point. mostly cloudy skies with much more comfortable lows in the low 40s so that's going to be more seasonal for you, tomorrow is going to be a more pleasant morning and expect a mixture of sun and clouds into tomorrow as well. dilate saving time ends into tonight. don't forget to fall back, looking at in terms of sunset. sunset by tomorrow at 4:30, so get ooh enjoy a longer day here today with sunset at 5:30, your forecast showing temperatures in the low 50s by tomorrow. take a look, tuesday we rebound back to the low 60s. >> nancy: thank you very much. this sounds like the typical high school story. the quarterback of the football team located home coming king but he had another idea. he believed a good friend
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passed the crown to him in front of the whole school. >> from their inside jokes -- >> no, yes. [applause] >> reporter: to their love for football -- >> better than -- >> yes. >> reporter: dom and anthony are the best of friends in new mexico. they first met last semester in the best buddies group. and any in special ed. >> you have fun? >> a lot >> last year dom decided to run for home coming king to surprise his friend. >> he makes my day. it's beautiful a beautiful high or a cool hug. >> reporter: in front of the entire school. >> i don't deserve all that. the i ask anthony to come up. >> reporter: he gave his crown to anthony. >> i was nervous because you are like royalty. >> reporter: the student he believes has the
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so generous. >> reporter: by giving the glory away anthony gave him so much more. >> i learned it's not all about me. that it's okay to not be in the spotlight all the time. >> reporter: he made anthony one more promise, going to win tonight teaching everyone behind the best players on the field -- is an incredible fan on the sidelines. >> we'll win by a lot. i we'll score at least 17 points. >> nancy: i love that so much. dom kept the promise. he and the team won the homecoming game scoring 54 points. it may have taken more than a century but cubs fans finally got the chance to let loose in a huge celebration of their world series win. a valuable member of the red
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>> reporter: good morning, when mike hayes bolted to grab the reins in arizona it didn't take a genous to predict who he would pick for his new skipper. the former general manager keeping things in the fenway family taking tory lavala with him to manage the diamondbacks. he gets a three-year deal with the snakes and will be he was considered by many to be the fallback to john farrell if dave dom browseski wanted to make a managerial move byfuglien up with hayes to try to turn around a team who lost 93 or more games two of the last three seasons. the team everybody is chasing heading into next season throwing a party 108 years in the making in chicago. the cubs and an estimated 5 million of their closest
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world series so massive it had theo epstein thinking back to some other rolling rallies he experienced. >> it exceeded my wildest expectations by about 10fold and you know, it was way bigger than boston. that was the only point of reference i had. i think equal amounts of passion but the dies of the city that' overwhelming. >> reporter: fresh off their 3-0 road trip the bruins tonight at the garden hosting the rangers, is that sports, have a great day. >> nancy: a local brewery honoring david ortiz, sam adams paying tribute to big papi with their new brew called big hapi. fans lined up to get a bottle. only 541 bottles were made. itself same number of home runs in papish's career.
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the day of the ortiz children's fund. up next wren will be back for a final check of your forecast. we'll be right back. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it.
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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. 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.
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>> nancy: just one final reminder before you go to bed tonight. don't forget to set your clocks back one hour, day light saving time comes to an end 2:00 sunday morning, we'll officially shift back
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of sleep. so that means it is time to party. wren. >> reporter: it is, perfect for early birds like us but you want a little bit of extra day light, unfortunately now sunset is going to be at 4:30 tomorrow afternoon. so do expect shorter days ahead but we grab an extra hour of sleep. looking ahead at this weekend, a mixture of sun and clouds leaning on the cloudier end. we do have a couple of weak waves of energy pushing through. the first one potentially a couple of flurries here and we do have another moving through this afternoon. so i can't rule out a spray shower for us but trace amounts if we see that and about a 10% chance of seeing any moist usual. a better chance for showers into tomorrow. that is really isolated to the cape and the coast. ocean effect showers possible for us by tomorrow morning through the early evening. so you can see some of that here on future cast. here temperaturewise going to be in the mid 50s again today with winds not as breezy as yesterday out of
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weekend temperatures cool off. 7 on 7 seven-day forecast showing that temperatures do rebound as you head out to the polls. a nice dry stretch of weather ahead. a bit more sunshine by the start of next week. >> nancy: thank you very much. that's our time for 7 news today in new england. thank you for joining us, i'm nancy chen. for all the day's top stories check out whdh.com. see you back here again tomorrow morning. real time closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning company putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner'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..
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ome as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. 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.
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