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good morning donald trump rushed off the stage last night. what we are now learn being a gun scare in nevada. >> a child caught in and crimes in south carolina, a man confessing to seven murders. and dozens sharing their stories. how a barber is using haircuts to bring team together. this is 7 news today in new england. realtime closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning. i hope you're having a great day, i'll jonathan hall. >> it is 9:00 on this sunday morning.
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outside, the sun hasn't come out really, a gray day, showers moved in overnight, but somewhat mild start to the day. >> the sun trying to peek out there, you can see we are looking at mostly cloudy skies across the coast. and showers, having moved through very early this morning, bringing in a couple tenths of an inch of rain. and showers will continue to track to our southeast. and as they do, looking at dry conditions moving into the rest of the sunday forecast. temperatures rise more mild than yesterday morning, 48 in fitchburg and worcester at 43. currently in the mid40s, dropping with another five degrees over last hour and a half or so. temperature-wise will not warm up all that much. highs in the low to mid50s and in the going to feel that warm. i will feel cooler than yesterday as we have a strong northerly breeze today that will
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gusts between 20 and 25 miles per hour today. also the chance for a little bit of moisture on the cape and coast but further inland more sunshine and dry skies. john john a car crash on the south coast in west port. a single vehicle turned over, flipped on i-95 eastbound. a total of six people were vor the other five sent to rhode non-life threatening injuries. no word on the possible cause of that crash. >> the election countdown at just two days, and a campaign scare for donald trump. the candidate rushed off the stage during a rally in nevada. and it turns out there was in real danger but agents are investigating. and new concerns about election security. 7's kimberly bookman has details. >> reporter: donald trump rushed
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nevada after reports of a fight in the crowd. he returned moments later. >> we will never be stopped. >> reporter: the election drama doesn't end there, katy perry takes a dig at donald trump. by kicking off her campaign concert for bill clinton with the song nasty girls. trump not phased by these people coming to clinton's >> she has all of these celebrities and failed politicians campaigning for her and she has crowds so much smaller than ours. i just have me and my family. >> reporter: his wife gave him a public kiss hours after report in the "wall street journal" about allegations that her husband had an atheir what play boy model twelve years ago. but it is not the only controversy surrounding the couple. new questions about her
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first came to the united states and she didn't have the propose visa for her modeling work. >> they have to come in legally. >> reporter: her lawyer says report does not reflect our records, including corresponding passport stamps. his schedule includes ten stops in 8 states. this as clinton targets she was in west miami with the hopes of talking to latinos. >> let's vote for what we want or our country and our children and grandchildren. god bless you. >> reporter: both return to new hampshire, clinton on sunday night and trump on election eve.
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had shouted gun but no weapon was found on the 33-year-old man. he was released, reports a hes holding a republicans against trump sign and that angered some of the people at the rally. 7 news has you covered in the race for the white house. election coverage begins at 4 pm on tuesday and 7 news and nbc will have latest throughout the night. check our reports live from new york from pot the trump and clinton headquarters. dan hausle and disthat del camp yupts throughout the day. one person is killed when a building went up in flames and investigators are still trying to figure out how it starts. john cocoa has more. >> once we got outside we saw the big ball of fire. >> reporter: massive flames torching a house in roxbury on george street on saturday morning. >> the house decided to go up quick. very, very fast. >> reporter: one person,
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hospital but later died. >> you know. he departments drop and roll. he just panicked and he was gasping for air and he was probably in there inhaling the smoke. swroot firp department said the fire was so intensed two-story building eventually copiesed into itself. >> going pretty good when the company got here. they couldn't get inside. that is prettied about. >> flames began to spread, neighbors like leslie and her family wered home. in all six adults and five children were displaced. >> they came banging on my door letting us know there was a fire next door. so we got out of the house, evacuated. >> reporter: one man says he knocked on his neighbors know to let them know about the growing fire. >> everybody that came out of the fire were all sleeping. i was just pounding on the doors hard enough to get their attention. >> fire department and neighbors
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squatter house. >> this is an abandoned house. several activities, drug addicts in the house, like they live there. police are searching for suspects after bullets hit this house on bartlett avenue in brockton. a stray bullet blew right through the house and grazed a three-year-old. a young child in the leg. the gunfire happened on saturday afternoon shortly after a nearby peace rally end. heard the shots. >> i was on the second floor next to the window. and i heard ten gunshots. a large postal vehicle parked there. and they had a bullet hole in their >> basically in the hood of the vehicle. police believe they were shooting from inside their vehicles. no arrests have been made. >> the suspect involved assault and battery on a billerica
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officer with his car, and then dragging him several feet. this happened before 8:00 on friday night. two officers were investigating suspicious activity in a rite-aid parking lot and when one approached the car the driver put it in reverse and hit the officer. he was dragged about five down feet before he fell and treat forward non-life threatening injuries. turning to south carolina now where the man accused of kidnapping a woman a killing at least seven other people. police are searching property after they discovered a woman chained in a storage container last week, and they do expect to find even more bodies. 7 we have a look at the suspect's troubled past. >> reporter: kidnapping suspect brought out of his holding cell and to the scene where he held a south carolina woman against her will. we are also learning chilling new details about what appears
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violence. court documents reveal when kohlhepp was five down he kidnapped and raped a girl in arizona. he said he did it because he was angried a his father. his mother describedle him as does truktive and hostile and said he threatened to kill her if he did not get her way. a terrifying window interest the past of the now 45-year-old man woman in a storage contain ore his 95-acre property. the woman and her boyfriend were missing since august. >> she witnessed the defendant. the remains were discovered in a shallow grave. the woman says she believed after least four others are bury on the land. missing pieces network says she is doing well physically, emotionally she is having good
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7 news, today in new england. >> people are dead after a stabbing in a home in new jersey on saturday neeng newark. two children as well as a drunk women were killed in several other victims are hospitalized this morning. they are said to be in stale condition. police have named a 26-year-old as a person of interest in this case. ep has a warrants out for sexual assault charges. >> we believe there is one person responsible for this investigation at this points. >> police believe he and one person at the home knew each other. a motive is still unknown. no arrests have been made. still ahead honoring a hero. how one community is remembering a serviceman killed in the line of duty. bri eggers what
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of thanksgiving's biggest traditions. the parade, the pal ands that the parade, the pal ands that you will see this year. 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." is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. and governor baker ? at blue cross blue shield of massachusetts, we offer a variety of medicare plans to fit your budget and your lifestyle. with plans starting as low as $0, you'll have zero things stopping you from really doing what you love. so call now to learn more about our plans that offer everything from annual wellness visits
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even a vip needs to v.i.poo. i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask for your vote. >> bri: welcome back, it is november 6th that means thanksgiving is weeks away. and checking out the cart balloons for the thanksgiving day parade. some of the new balloons taking
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recognize a couple, they include charlie brown, diary of a wimpy kid and felix the cat. i'm not too familiar with felix the cat. but it's always a great tradition and i love put willing the turkey in the oven and watching the parade and eating the appetizers. john fun on hang out. it is feeling mild, right? >> cpa significantly more comfortable, feeling more like a september morning than november morning for us. but don't worry we have more seasonable weather headed our way. first a look at today, a chance for some sprinkles on the coast and cape. but further inland is dry and partly sunny skies throughout the best metro. expect cloudy skies today. that is what we are looking at through today. good news we will warm up
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temperatures back in the low 60s. we had a batch of showers push through here early this morning, and that main round of showers having moved through most of massachusetts and we can expect dry conditions for the majority of the viewing area and a chance of showers on the coast and especially the cape. temperatures right now very comfortable, again, actually above our average lows by about 5 to ten degrees. 43 in worcester, orange at 44. and comfortable but our winds will ref up significantly here today. already starting to get here out of the north. and that will bring in cooler air and gusty conditions, wind gusts between 20 and 25 miles per hour, throughout the day today. so look at the overall arching picture, low pressure continues to move from the north to southeast. high pressure pushness from the west, and getting a tight pressure gradient where the
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north as well. by this afternoon, stronger winds and these northerly winds will generate ocean effect showers, and that is where we are seeing the moisture on the the cape as we head to the afghanistan. trace amounts rain up to a an inch at best. and an again, partly sunny skies heading further inland. high pressure continues to push to new england and by monday, we are looking at dry skies and comfortable conditions and monday and tuesday. a quick look at precipitation chances here. a slight chance for showers here in the metro area, a better chance across the cape. and the chance for rain on wednesday, and the next frontal system pushes to new england. partly sunny for us here today and more sunshine heading further inland and temperatures in the low 50s, a couple of us though probably struggling to hit 50 here. lows tonight will be cooler than
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7 on 7 forecast, we rebound back to the low 60s with sunny skies for election day. >> jon: how a community is coming together to keep him alive. >> and how hundreds are coming together to honor an officer 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. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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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,
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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."
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john honoring a her owe after he was killed in iraq. state and local leaders unveiled a memorial his honor. >> hundreds in the community came out to show his support for him and his family. a fitting trib it as a community gathered in dracut on saturday to dedicate a park in an army specialist, the first massachusetts serviceman died in the line of duty during operation iraqi freedom. >> if he got mad at you he would sill have a twinge s&l his eye. >> reporter: he was 22 when he died in april of 2003, his helicopter shot down over iraq. a massachusetts state police chopper flew over the dedication on saturday in his honor.
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army specialist during a lifetime and his family will be able to visit any time and remember him. >> he used to sneak out at night and grab the canoe and get it down here and go fishing. hundreds attended the ceremony including congresswoman nicki tsongas. >> people will remember this place, will be special. >> reporter: the governor noting how important it twoos have a place to remember him. >> this will be a beautiful site, it will be here for years. and people will come.
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visit the memorial park. >> when i saw the plaque i cried. because i expected just a bronze plaque and it is so beautiful, it is like i can reach out and touch him. >> reporter: so touching there during the ceremony. you had people there who were friends of the family and people who knew matt and people from the community who didn't know him and wanted to pay respects. >> jon: so age-old story, the people that give their lives for us. still to come on today in new england, haircuts on the go. great story how one barber is using his cliptories connect with the community. >> and a man ending up in a strange truck and why he is now
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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 - 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. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved
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looking to raise self-esteem by cutting hair. he calls his effort shaving lives. >> jon: bringing tall nts to the streets of new york and touching dozens of lives on his path. >> reporter: this is how he makes a living working wonders with the clippers. but on wednesdays, he makes a life, he packs the tools of his trade to walk the city streets looking for men most of us pretend not to see. the homeless.
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powerful. >> reporter: everywhere he finds a full owe who is down and out he sets up shop to give him a haircut and shave wrapped in tender respect. >> it is my way to show you that i respect you and you are important. >> reporter: he brings his shop on the go to homeless shelters. he spent time on the streets when he was sixteen and unruly, as he describes it. it opened his eyes to t whose love never waivered. and now he's a dad and about to the marry-- and about to be married. and that is just an opening to let them know someone is on their side. >> that was a turning point. >> definitely. it happened. >> reporter: now he falls into a comfortable pather with the men.
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they share their stories of loss and of life. and drink. >> how long have you been drinking? >> since its was sixteen. madd ali had a service to others is the rent we pay for our room on earth. i'm trying to pay for my room here. >> reporter: by the time their barbering is done, the men are reminded their lives do matter. a good man, mike is, and the first haircut he gave was the toughest because he didn't know how to approach it or offer it. he wasn't sure you on it could be received. but it went very well on that first first client is someone he still sees. sometimes you need someone to give you that validation. in between clips he is give than life lessons.
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authentic taste of home,at's ke? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. 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. 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
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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. 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. 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 maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities, why i approve this message... for your vote. >> nancy: drum rushed off the stage after a security scare. >> jon: a man accused of shooting a dog in new hampshire. why he said he opened fire. >> nancy: and bruins hitting the ice at the garden. the highlights from their matchup against the rangers.
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happy sunday. i'm jonathan hall. >> nancy: i'm nancy chen. and now for a check of the forecast. >> you will set your clocks back an hour, daylight saves time has ended for us. sunset is pretty early. looking at sunset at 4:31 and for early birds you will watch more sunshine in the morning, through the next couple of months here. we have started off to a wet start, showers pushing further to main act for most of us today. most will stay try the rest of this sunday forecast. we have a slight chance for a shower or two on the coast and on the cape. bringing really just sprinkles, trace amounts of rain at best. that is what we saw early this morning as well. also off to a warmer start. we have been on a rollercoaster with our morning lows and yesterday was downright chilly and about 10 to 20 degrees warmer compared to yesterday at this time.
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starting out mild and at the present time warm up too much from here. more details on the work week forecast after the break. >> nancy: according to firefighters one car overturned at ex-out 10, eastbound, and a total of six people were involved. the others were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. no word on the possible cause of the crash. >> jon: to the election dounts downtwo days the stage for donald trump. a guy in the crowd in reno in nevada yelled gun. secret service came to the stage and rushed the republican right away. the all-clear was given diana return to the podium saying they will never stop us. no gun was found and the man who yelled gun was questioned and released. trump and his runningmate mike pence will be in new hampshire on monday, making a pitch before
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searching for a suspect involved in a shooting and stabbing in the area, the victim was rushed to the hospital with life threat thanning injuries and that shooting is under investigation. also police investigating after a man is killed after shooting in dorchester early on saturday morning. police responded to shots fire. soon after a man showed up at the hospital with gunshot wounds. he later died. so far in word on any arrests. john general >> jon: a new hampshire man is charged with shooting a dog in mason new hampshire, west of nashua. the dog owner said she heard gunfire and she called her dog inside and he had a gunshot wound his a back. the man turned himself in on saturday. he says he shot the dog because it came running toward his six-year-old son. he says he has had issues with
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and was worried for his son's safety. he will be in court in january. >> nancy: a body was found saturday night headlights way. she was last seen on tuesday after prayer service at her church and an amber alert was issue. in california pass reftded two men with checks with a shooting a injured 8 people on saay gunfire outside a nightclub, they say the victims range if age from 17 to 28 are expected to serve. officials did not identify the suspect or a possible motive. >> jon: a town about 9 miles from mosul, the iraqi army and pro-government forces have attacked positions in the town.
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be cut off from isis controlled areas. >> it is very good. almost from the city. >> jon: the town south of mosul is the last one on the southern fronted between these fighters and isis held city. for a police officer killed while on duty. he was shot and killed in the bronx on friday while trying to arrest a suspect who was holding his family hostage. hundreds gathered to mourn the 19-year veteran, including state officials who spoke. the mayor ordered all flags to fly at afl staff until he is laid to rest.
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that killed six. dan hausle has more. >> reporter: investigators took measurements for maps to better understand the deadly crash, but the grandson of school bus driver glenn shapel says his grandfather's medical records may hold the answers to why the bus went out of control and striking a commuter bus head-on. he said his grandfather had a history of seizures and took medicine to a medical emergency that unfortunately, he last control. and he wasn't able to function properly. >> reporter: a police report shows that he was involved in a crash less than two years ago where he lost consciousness and control of his car. the report says he was on seizure medicine then. >> since this medical condition has him being this way i can't say that i agree with him driving the bus.
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>> no mechanical defects or deficiencys were noted. >> reporter: cameron was in a car behind the bus and he and a s pregnant fiancee helped to rescue victims. >> i don't think he ever put his brakes on. >> motor vehicle administration say his license plate lapsed because he failed to turn in medical certification and the bus company he worked for aa affordable has come under fire as well >> i'm looking for them to terminate aa affordable. if a physical or medical background check was done and they found that this was, that he had a condition like this, they should not have given him the position. dan hausle, 7 news today in new england. thoyns we are hearing from the man in this video seen kicked by a police officer. two are new suspend and the
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apologizing. i'm releasing in video because it's the right thing to do. doing right thing is often not easy it means admitting doing something wrong. the saturday paul police chief, i'm disappointed, and upset by the video. a person who deeply cares about this community, the department, i'm saddened. >> nancy: by excessive use of force on an innocent the scars it left behind. this is what frank baker's leg looks like after four months of healing. >> you can imagine that, while that was occurring, following simple instructions might have difficult. >> reporter: because he couldn't follow instructions, he endured multiple kicks from an officer results in mull by pell broken bones. -- multipeople broken bones.
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hospital. >> reporter: in that meeting baker says the chief promised a full investigation. so during the summer in which the story could have led to more violence he decided to wait for answers. >> there was absolutely no pressure to rush the decision to rush the investigation. uses of force have to be reasonable. necessary. and done with respect. when when that doesn't occur we will take action. >> reporter: now that action has come with an apology. >> i apologized and i believe in my heart that appreciated that. the apology did. he apologized to me. you know for the police force. and i thought that was supercool. >> this is not the st. paul way. i was just happy, man, that he did it like that. >> right thing to do. and i believe in law enforcement we have to do more of that from time to time.
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we have to own it and apologize. >> nancy: even though baker was not the suspect he was looking for he was arrested for disturbing the peace, but after watching the video the charges have been dismissed. >> jon: crews in oregon rushed to help a suspect after he was stuck in a badger hole. two people were inside a stolen vehicle and a man took off. hours later they found the second suspect's dog and police started to dig and eventually pulled that suspect from the hole. taken to the hospital and later released and in to police custody. >> nancy: still ahead, saturday night live takeling politics in a skit taking a new tone. >> more on your sunday information coming up after the break. ?
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option of staying in an airbnb. airbnb is bringing business to the local small businesses. we send our guests to the local restaurants and the local businesses. it's a symbiosis between the hosts and the small businesses here and we help each other. >> the whole election has been so mean. don't you feel gross all the time? >> two days to go before america decides whether it will be president clinton or president trump. the team had more fun spoofing
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the bickering and headed out to the street of new york in costume to get hugs and spread the love. if only the real campaign could be like that. >> nancy: if only. i know a lot of people are excited for tuesday to come and for this to be over. whichever side you fall, you will miss the skits. they always made my day. he did such a great job, and i love her. >> a fantastic job, every temperatures in the mid40s and much more mild start especially compared to yesterday morning that felt downright winter like, and we are back in september this morning. many of news the mid40s, already 50 in new bedford and in terms of what to expect, today, probably not as nice here in the boston area. we will anticipate a couple of additional clouds and a delight chance for sprinkles and most should stay across the cape and that is where most of the cloud
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partly sunny as you head further inland and to tomorrow things shape us nicely as high pressure moves to new england. we will be laing at mostly sunny skies on monday and tuesday. and by tuesday heading to the polls you are in luck, dry skies and temperatures in the 60s. very nice weather headed our way. currently most of showers we thought have tracked out of the region for the southeast, praes impressive precipitation rates in the middle cape up through here. and must of us had a couple of hundreths of an inch of rain. the weekend shaping up out of the north as low pressure skirts to the southeast. high pressure moves in wind ands will be blustery, looking at wind gusts between 20 and 25 miles per hour, currently sustained winds in boston at 18. 20 mile per hour winds in providence. weekends from the north is what
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low pressure moves from the north to our southeast and high pressure pushes to new england we will see breezier positions. by this afternoon, breezey, a little cooler than yesterday and we can see the showers in coast and cape. high pressure continues to smooth out in here and we do dry out as we head to tonight and the monday forecast. lots of high pressure, for monday and tuesday, and it is isn't until wednesday that our next frontal system greets us bringing wednesday. again a better chance by the cape and dry skies for tomorrow as well to tuesday. if you head out to the polls. a little cooler than than yesterday but close to average and low tonight significantly cooler than that we woke imto this morning. most of us waking up to temperatures in the low 30s. 7 on 7 forecast, low 50s and we are back to the 60s with a chance for rain and breezey conditions returning by wednesday. thank you, wrrx ren.
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line. would they web able to secure a win over the new york range sners highlights and more next in sports. >> nancy: and at ten a three-year-old grazed by bullets. police want to know who opened
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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 i took that lesson to my work in business, and it's how i'll stand up for you as governor. by cutting inefficient spending and using innovation to save tax dollars, we'll make new investments without a sales or income tax. to create clean energy jobs, protect affordable health care, and lower college costs and cut student debt. as governor, i'll stand up for you. ? 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,
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time for 7 sports. >> reporter: good morning two of the hottest teams in the nhl going at it on causeway street. bruins and rangers entering on a three-game win streak but the blue shirts left with a win. b's special teams anything but special, on the wrong end of two shorthanded goalance power play score. returning to the lup missing five games following a procedure to his elbow. brad marchand forces a turnover and winning behind the net, and for the goal. his first since october 20th, 1-0 bruins. but the rangers respond. two goals in a three-minute span, second a shorty, it trickles off his skate and in. 2-1 flu shirts. second period bruins on another
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that will capitalize. kevin hayes beating tuukka rask. and in the third the bruins special team twos continue. on the power play, scoring his first nhl goal and rangers win 5-2 and b's three-game win streak is over. when the celtics host the nugget tonight at the garden, still recovering from acu i'm chelsea mcdonald, have a great day. >> nancy: a place where they cook up a homemade family meal the way it used to be, grandma's kitchen. >> jon: and disturbing details about a crime spree in south carolina. carolina. one man 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...
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grand ma in the kitchen, this story is for you. john qun do you have a favorite grand ma meal? >> nancy: there are so many. >> jon: there is a place where you can go and grand mothers are there cooking up home cooking. they say you can't go home again. but on new york staten's island, this comes close. >> it is good to be back childhood days. a restaurant where grandma is in the kip en, main not yours, but someone's. after losing his grand mother the owner longed for the good old days. >> to go back in time to those days when my grandmother was in the kitchen and cooking. he placed an ad in an i tall kwan newspaper and italian grandmothers were soon ruling the kitchen.
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not everyone speaks english and the nona's each number one in their own families can be competitive. but the end result is people coming from all over. the italian mothers were such a hit he opened it up to grandmas from around the world, pakistan, syria, algeria and turkey among more than a dozen nationalities. she hits the russian shops for authentic ingredients. and is one of the grandmas giving cooking lessons. she says the secret is cooking from the heart. >> did you think you would be a chef? >> it is in my genes. a dream come true onto the sides of the burner. delicious, wonderful.
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maybe. nbc news, new york. noise oh my gosh a great concept. i want to go and hold their hands and eat the food. john you can't say it tastes terrible, it is someone's grandmother. you have to like it. >> nancy: much more ahead, including a car flipping over in westport. an update straight >> jon: a a check of the sunday forecast scumming up with wren clair when we come back. at's ke? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs.
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ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. 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." join leading newspapers and governor baker
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joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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>> jon: drum rushed off the stage in a rally, why the man at the center of it all says he feared for a life. >> nancy: the man accused of chaining a woman in a shed confessing to several murders. >> jon: and caught in the crossfire a three-year-old boy recovering after he was grazed by a bullet in brockton. this is 7 news today in new england. realtime closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning. >> nancy: good sunday morning, thank you for joining us, i'm nancy chen. >> jon: and i'm jonathan hall. we will check the weather right now with wren clair.
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daylight saving time has ended here. a little more sunshine in the morning and less in the evening hours. sunset at 4:30 tonight. a bit more clouds compared to what we saw yesterday in boston. cloudy skies and chance for showers. we have woken up to that but the main batch pushed through and further to the southeast. most of this still at the cape, and pretty impressive precipitation rates and middle rainfall, rainfall upwards of an inch. definitely need it but most of are not getting a whole lot in terms of moisture associates wad disturbance that moved through early in the morning. temperatures are very mild for us, mid40s in worcester, 46 in bedford and where do we go from here and can we expect above average today, temperature-wise? the answer coming up. >> nancy: one person is dead
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firefighters say one car overturned on route 195 eastbound at exit 10. a testimony six people were involved. others were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. no word on the possible cause. election two days to go, new poll numbers at this hour, the very latest breaks the race down nationally, bill clinton standing at 44% and donald trump at 40%. about for donald trump. the candidate rushed off the stage by secret service agents during a rally in nevada. there was in real danger but agents are investigating while both campaigns are headed back to the key battleground state of new hampshire. >> jon: hillary clinton and mike pence are coming to the dpran it state tonight. kimberly bookman has more on the campaign.
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off the stage in a rally in nevada after reports a fight broke out in the crowd. he returned moments later. >> we will never be stopped. the election drama doesn't end there, katy perry takes a dig at donald trump. by kicking off her campaign concert for hillary clinton to the sopg nasty girls a remps to when he called his rival a nasty woman during a debate. trump not phased by the list coming to her aid the days. >> she has all of the celebrities and failed politicians out campaigninging for her. and she has crowds so much smaller than ours. i have me and my family. >> reporter: among them, his wife, giving him this public kiss after a report about allegations that her husband had an affair what playby model ten years ago, an accusation the team called totally untrue. but not the only controversy
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first came to the united states, the ap report shed didn't have the proper visa for her modeling work. >> we want people to come into our country but they have to come in through a process and legally. her lawyers says the report does not reflect our records including corresponding passport stamps. his schedule includes ten stops in 8 states with a big push for white working class voters and minutellials. and whiler event in florida was cut short by rain she didn't allow to it drown out her message. frltsz let's vote for what we want or our country and our children, god bless you. cot boyds return to new hampshire in the final days and clinton on sunday night and trump on election eve. kimberly bookman.
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says someone in front of the stage yelled gun at the trump rally, but no weapon was found. the man said he had the sign republicans against trump and he says that is when the supporters started to beat him up. >> people were kicking me, grabbing my arms and twisting them. i'm thankful for law enforcement who came in. had they not been there it is possible these people could have strangled me and killed me on the spot. for the white house, election coverage starts at 4 pm on tuesday and 7 news and nbc will bring you the latest and be sure to check out our reports live from new york city from trump and clinton's headquarters. byron barnett and dan hausle will be there. john new developments in south carolina. investigators found a woman chained inside a storage container last week. now, they say the man charged in
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killing at least seven other people. todd kohlhepp is due in court for a bond hearing. police confirmed he is linked to five murders and they say he pointed out two more grave sites on the property. investigators brought him to the site on saturday, they identified a body found last week as that of the boyfriend of the woman who was found in the storage shed. they also say kohlhepp confessed to killing four people at a motor sports shop back in 2003. >> i'm happy to report to you, my god answered preparers. we had four warrant what a kwon fegs. john general investigators are searching the other grave sites pointed out by kohlhepp but have yet to find a body. police say this investigation is far from over. >> nancy: a deadly fire in rocks rx, a home going up in flames,
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killed in that fire in roxbury. investigators trying to figure out how it started. john cuoco has details. >> once we gut outside we saw a big ball of fire. >> reporter: torching a home in roxbury on saturday morning. the house went up quick. it was very fast. >> reporter: one person seriously burned. he was taken to the hospital, but later died. his clothes were charred. you know. he didn't drop and roll, he he was probably in there inhaling all the smoke. swroot fire department said it became to intense that the two-story building collapsed into itself. it was going pretty good, and they couldn't get inside. flames began to spread and neighbors like leslie gonzalez and her family were told to leave their home. in all six adults and five children were displaced. >> they came banging on my door
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next door. so we got out of the house and evacuated. rafael says away knocking on his neighbors' doors to let them know about the fire. >> everybody that came out of the houses were all sleeping. i was just pounding on the doors hard must have to get their attention. fire department and neighbors say this is a known squatter house. >> an abandoned house and several activities, drug addicts in the house, in and out like cocoa, 7 news today in new england. >> jon: bullet fly in a husband in brockton is caught in the crossfire. police are searching for suspects at bullets hit this home on bartlett avenue. one family member says the stray bullet flew through their home and dpraized a three-year-old's leg. officers say the gunfire happened yesterday afternoon shortly after a nearby peace rally that ended. a man who lives mere by said he heard multiple shots.
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next to the window and i heard gunshots, a large postal vehicle there and they had a bullet hole in their basically in the hood of the vehicle. so it appears to be a gun fight. police believe two men were shotting at each other from cars. no arrests have been made. >> nancy: police in reading searching for a bank robbery suspect. he robbed a bank on main street after six on saturday night. he ran away with a amount of cash. anyone with information is asked to call police. >> jon: you are watching 7 news today in new england. an emotional memorial for an army specialist killed in the line of cuts i. how one community is coming together to keep his legacy alive. >> wren: we have moisture to contend with today. the timing on that right after a break. >> nancy: and a woman and two
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>> jon: good morning if you are just waking up, good for you. you really slept well. we have been up for a few hours. and the weather is not too bad. >> wren: one extra hour of sleep.
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that we never switched over in the springtime, and it has been one hour behind but now it is following up at the right time. and the laziness is paying off. that keeps us on our toes here. temperature-wise starting out warm, a nice start here. yesterday starting off with flurries, further to the north, starting out to rain and a lot of us are more comfortable talking about showers at this time. hold off on some of the colderwe so very mild conditions, not feeling like a 1/2 morning for us. 47 in boston and 46 in bedford. a look at what to expect, and into the start of next week, we are looking at a better shot for moisture compared to yesterday and main round of that, already came through early this morning as a disturbance pushed through new england. we are looking at more cloud cover throughout boston and coastline, and the cape, and
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further inland and partly sunny skies for most of massachusetts and dry skies as well. that main band pulled through. we stay dry to tomorrow and tuesday, high pressure dominates our weather pattern and good news, warming back up to the 60s for election day, no excuse not to get out to the polls. a quick look at what we are seeing, most of the showers are pushing to the southwest and we have seen impressive precipitation rights across the cape. and precipitation rights upwards of annc moisture. for most of us we grab a couple of hundreths of an inch of rain, not a huge rain make are but we can use every bit that we can get. winds from the northwest april out of the west and winds are ending up out of the north and they will carry a bite. wind gusts between 20 and 25 miles an hour and weather winds a nice set-up for oaks effect showers in the cape, potentially pushing inland and this will be for the cape.
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low pressure to the north tracks further to the southeast, making your way to the afternoon and our winds become more northerly today. high pressure off to our west pushes in to new england and thats could continue to build today to tonight, as it does we push away the moisture and welcome sunshine into your monday forecast and it will and beautiful day. brisk but very comfortable, and actually very beautiful. plenty of sunshine on monday and tuesday, warmer weather headed our way. rain a delight chance for most of us. our next best shot at moisture will web the frontal system approaching next week. some of us in the upper 40s with lows in the low 30s. typical cool spots, norwood could nbt 20s tonight. temperatures in the low 50s tomorrow, with plenty of sunshine on monday and tuesday and more cloud cover and the
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honoring a real hero after he was killed in iraq. state and local leaders come together to unveil a memorial in his honor. >> and hundreds in the community came out to show their support for him and his family. a fitting tribute as the community gathered in dracut on saturday to dedicate a park in honor of army specialist matthew, the first massachusetts service man k of duty in operation iraqi freedom. >> if he got mad at you he would still have a twinkle in his eye. >> reporter: he was 22 when he died in april of 2003, his helicopter shot down over iraq. a massachusetts chopper flew over the dedication in his honor on saturday. this land was favorite for him during his lifetime and his family will be able to visit any
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>> matt used to sneak out at night as teen and grab canoe and go fishing. >> reporter: hundreds attended the ceremony, including congresswoman nicki tsongas. >> people will come and remember this place i it will be the governor noting how important it was to have a place to remember article i specialist matthew. >> it will be a beautiful place. people will come, because people appreciate an opportunity to come and recognize an appreciate the service and sacrifice people in the military make. >> reporter: and the community will always be able to visit the army specialist memorial park.
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and it is so beautiful, it is like i can reach out and touch him. and it's matt. very beautiful. and right next to the river there. and it was a george ceremony because it was so cloudy and gray and the count came out and a beautiful ceremony and beautiful park. john general a great tribute. still ahead on an community in the bronx remember a police officer shot and killed in the line of duty. >> nancy: closing arguments in
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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, se. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education,
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three people including two children killed in a stabbing in new jersey. this happened in a gnome in newark on saturday evening, killing two children and a young woman. three others were hospitalized and said to be in condition. police say a 26-year-old is a person of interest, they believe he knew one person in the home at the time of the attack. but the exact relationship is unclear. john long island community is holding a candlelight vigil for a police officer killed while on duty. he was shot and killed in the bronx while trying to arrest a suspect who was holding his family hostage. he is the fifth new yorkity police officer to be shot and killed in the line of duty in
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city buildings to fly at half staff until the officer is laid to rest. closing arguments set to begin today, or monday, in a hot car death trial in georgia. justin ross harris accused of leaving his toddler son in a hot vehicle to die if 2014. last week his ex-wife and properties testified. his ex-wife said he would never deliberately harm their son and the death was tragic accident. >> nancy: up next, chuck todd will have a preview of what's coming up on "meet the press". john general and wren clair will john general and wren clair will be back at a look of your 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."
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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 ? ? even hollywood's latest sweetheart needs to... punish the porcelain occasionally. but to avoid embarrassment... i give every bathroom spray generously before taking your seat and v.i.poo forms a protective layer trapping the icky smell of your devil's donuts. so, no red faces in front of your boss, hollywood's hottest director. even a vip needs to v.i.poo. ? at blue cross blue shield of massachusetts, we offer a variety of medicare plans to fit your budget and your lifestyle.
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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. >> nancy: two days before election day, both campaigning going all battleground states, including new hampshire. >> jon: both candidates are hoping to find a road map to win. chuck todd with what is next on "meet the press". >> the final count downa mad scramble for both candidates. hillary clinton is targetsing her check mate states and trump is searching for another blue state to try and flip. we will get the latest from the correspondents on the trail and
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gingrich. -- newt gingrich. >> jon: we are all anxious for this election to happen. 9 counting down the days. it is tuesday. >> wren: election day will be fantastic, temperatures in the 60s and really not feeling like november. this morning not feeling like november, eithnd know what if you are at the cape you could be looking at snow showers mixed, which could lay across the grass but it will melt quickly. showers will continue throughout the day off and on in the cape, potentially the coasts a most of the showers have wrapped up for us here throughout massachusetts. and we'll see even sunshine as we head further inland. and barnstable seeing moderate rainfall. and looking at temperatures
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breezy one, winds gusts up to 20, and defendant wanl to have a vacate with highs in the midto low 50s. >> nancy: that will data for this sunday morning. i'm nancy chen. >> jon: i'm jonathan hall. 7 news coming back at 6:00
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tom doesn't have much, but he still has his health. next year, a cancer diagnosis will change that. as ceo, chris sununu cut hours to deny his employees health insurance. and on the executive council cut funding for cancer screenings at new hampshire clinics. that may not mean much to chris sununu, but to tom, it means everything. chris sununu has no business being governor. by put new hampshire first and has not been authorized by any candidate. 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. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you.
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this sunday, the final days before the election. and a mad scramble by both candidates. hillary clinton targeting her check mate states. >> tonight, i want to hear you roar. >> donald trump, still searching for >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. never, ever be stopped. >> we'll get the latest from our correspondents on the campaign trail. i will talk to former speaker of the house newt gingrich. and the chairman of the clinton campaign, john podesta. plus, where the race stands this morning, the results from our final nbc news/wall street journal election poll. inside analysis from the

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