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sprinkles out there. a bajd of showers working in early tomorrow morning. look at this. the blue starting to show up. because cold air works in, flipping any rain over to snow and even a couple of snow showers early tomorrow morning out through the worcester hills up into southwestern new hampshire. cold breeze develops tomorrow. that lingers into early next week. more on the forecast ahead. >> nancy: all right, chris. thank you. breaking news this morning. a wareham teenager rushed to the hospital after a serious crash. police say a 17-year-old with a suspended license was speeding early he crashed on county road, hitting several trees. the teenager is now at rhode island hospital, we are told in, serious condition. we will keep you updated on this story as it develops. >> anchor: turning now to the trump transition. the president-elect set to meet mitt romney today. romney is now being added to the short list of contenders to be the next secretary of state. this comes as the trump transition eyes former massachusetts senator scott brown. the president-elect calling the senator about a possible
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in addition to his time as senator, scott brown has also served for over 30 years in the army national guard. >> nancy: now he is being considered for secretary of veterans affairs. amaka ubaka spoke to him at his home in new hampshire. >> reporter: scott brown may have a new job come january. as secretary of veteran's affairs, part of president-elect trump's new cabinet. >> my phone rang. i had his number i said "good evening, mr. president-elect." >> reporter: then they got down to business. >> what is your real passion? >> it is currently veterans. i'm making the highest recommendation to my team that you be strongly considered. >> reporter: scott brown reached the rank of colonel before retiring in 2014 after
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and veterans affairs committees. he would be responsible for managing the benefits and health care of millions of veterans. >> there are some angels at work at the v.a. there is also some real systemic problems. i think you need somebody who understands the issues, which i do. reporth brown says if he gets the job, the first order of business... >> i would set up a 24-7, 365 live hot line for suicide call-ins. for people who feel like they are going to cabinet. people's lives are at stake. they are dying. >> reporter: brown has gotten calls of support from former senate colleagues. he also tells me he expects to hear back from president-elect trump with a final decision sometime next week. in rye, new hampshire, amaka ubaka, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: donald trump's new leadership team starting to become clear. he officially solidified three cabinet choices.
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look. >> reporter: a stunning about-face as donald trump's team tries to tie up loose ends on a legal headache that would not go away. a new settlement in the lawsuit against him from former students of trump university who claimed he defrauded them. the president-elect agreeing to pay $25 million even though during the campaign, he promised that would never happen. >> i don't want to settle cases when we are right. i don't believe in it. when you start settling cases, you know what happens? everybody sues you. settler. people that took the course, many signed report cards saying it was fantastic, it was wonderful, it was beautiful. >> reporter: now he can truly focus on picking his cabinet. he has already made some big decisions on his national security team. for national security advisor, retired three-star general mike flynn. he rose quickly within military intel skrens before being fired by president obama. he is outspoken against rat kalt islam. >> there is a disease inside
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it is like cancer. >> reporter: for alabama senator jeff session, a hardliner on immigration, reject 30 years ago for a federal judgeship after claims he made racist comments. >> i'm not a racist. i'm not insensitive to blacks. >> reporter: mike pompeo is a west point grad, army veteran lawyer and key party republican who went hard against hillary clinton over benghazi. tonight elizabeth warren spoke out against some of picks. >> let's talk about the elephant in the room for a minute. the large orange elephant in the room. trump ran an ugly campaign, a campaign that was filled with bigotry. so let me say this as clearly as i can. there can be no compromise with racism. there can be no negotiation with bigotry. >> reporter: trump will spend the weekend in new jersey at his golf course.
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for his white house team, including mitt romney. ryan schulteis, 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: mike pence got a mixed reaction from the audience and the cast at a performance of hamilton friday night. after the curtain call, an actor thanked pence for coming to the show. he also had a strong message for the vice president-elect. >> we, sir, we are the diverse america who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. we truly hope this show inspires you to uphold our american values and to work on
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>> nancy: pence left the theater before he finished but stood in the hallway and heard the remarks. >> reporter: she almost made it all the way across the street. in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen, you will see it. a 72-year-old woman tries to jump out of the way but is white by a white mini van in chelsea while she was crossing fourth street. the driver doesn't stop, leaving the older woman in the edge of the crosswalk. >> that is horrible. people are horrible. >> reporter: in broad daylight. we saw several police officers and crossing guards out here. around 6:00, there was a serious car wreck a block away. >> that is kind of crazy. this area is congested, honestly, all the time. there is a lot of pedestrians walking around. a lot of cars. >> reporter: the woman probably didn't know what hit her. and neither would police if not for a surveillance camera
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a front right tire is either without a hub cap or it is a spare. on the back there, appears to be a note taped to the window. the woman was eventually helped up off the ground by a good samaritan who walked her to the sidewalk. fvrns. >> at least there is some good people. you know, the driver, i'm not sure. that is definitely a jerk move. >> nancy: day care danger under investigation in hingham: a teacher accused of abusing children. this morning, one teacher is off the job. another is on administrative leave. >> reporter: a serious investigation now under way. involving state and local authorities. the department of children and families, along with the hingham police department, are looking into allegations that children were mistreated at a bright horizons day care center inside this office building. one worker has been fired. and another is on leave pending the investigation. a dcf spokesperson tells 7 news the department of children and families received a report on this situation,
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bright horizons says "our most important responsibility is to ensure all children are safe, well cared-for and treated with respect at all times." as soon as the situation was brought to our attention, we communicated directly with all the families who have children at the center. the teacher involved has been terminated. we are supporting the authorities as they review this situation and will help them in any way we can. >> anchor: an called to court facing felony kidnapping charges. police say john allen attacked a 14-year-old girl in bourne last week while she was walking to a bus stop. prosecutors say he tackled her, choked her and tried putting her into his car. he took off after another girl screamed. he is being held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing. a chemical scare in manchester, new hampshire. firefighters rushed to west high school friday after reports of a strong chemical odor. several students also reported
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fire crews evacuating nearly a thousand students and staff members there. they found the fumes from a cleaning product were making people sick. one student and a faculty member were taken to the hospital. the entire school ventilated. that took more than an hour. finally, the toxic gas levels reached a safe level. >> nancy: turning to a bay-area battle for the patriots. the team taking on the 49ers tomorrow. they are going without gronk. an injury sidelining the tight end and keeping him off >> anchor: bill belichick weighing in on the decision. trey daerr has more. any worries about no gronk this weekend? is he snout >> reporter: now we can make it official. rob gronkowski is out against the 49ers. >> that's incomplete. gronkowski gets popped. >> reporter: the chest injury is enough to prevent him from flying to san francisco. bill belichick offering some insight into what the decision-making process might
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>> if we were playing at home, it would be a little bit of a different situation. >> we feel like it is probably a long shot, if you will, do we really want to, you know, put him on the plane for five hours... >> reporter: brady is used to going coast to coast. the northern california native getting the chance to play at the home of his favorite childhood home for the first time in his illustrious career. >> it will be nice to see my parents and my sisters. hopefully, we can go out there and win. >> reporter: even with the pro-brady crowd in the stands, don't expect a homecoming to steer brady away from the task at hand. >> it is easy to compartmentalize my last 17 years. ifl traveled to different places and friends and so forth. everyone knows we are there to play a game. >> nancy: that is incredible. he has never played where he grew up. >> anchor: never san
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the legendary park there. a lot of family there. he is looking forward to it. coming up today, a potential strike could disrupt holiday travel plans. some workers at o'hare international airport are demanding change. >> chris: low to mid-60's yesterday afternoon. gorgeous day with a ton of sunshine. the pattern does change. well transition into cold air
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>> chris: gorgeous day across southern new england. temperatures low to mid-60's. boston, hitting 66 degrees. 66 in fitchburg. today we take a step down. inland,'s mild day ahead of us. we hold on to the most sunshine. 55-60 there. 46 in boston. 49 in plymouth. and the clouds have been backing in, especially down so far this morning. although this map looks like a blank map here. if you take a close look here, you can barely pick it out. you almost have to squint to see it. the gray shading here. this is the blue ocean. that is that cloud cover trying to back on in ever so slowly. fvrbs it will win on out later on this afternoon. as clouds continue to advance in from the east. also advancing in will be this cold front from the west of us. this moves in late overnight tonight. and early tomorrow morning. high pressure does retreat
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notice by 6:00 p.m., more clouds across a lot of southern new england here. although still west of 495. may hold on to that sunshine through most of the day. before the clouds thicken up this evening. not a whole lot of rain this evening. maybe a patch of drizzle or sprinkle out there. better chance for a band of showers to work in between 4:00 and 7:00 tomorrow morning. look what happens. the cold air starts to also work in tomorrow morning. the rain flipping over to snow. could get quite a burst of snow across western massachusetts up through the berkshires. litchfield hills of connecticut and certainly, uninto vermont. seeing snow showers continue into vermont and into the berkshires. for a while, we will get some snow showers into the worcester hills, central massachusetts and eastern massachusetts tomorrow. mild in boston.
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the way of snowflakes tomorrow afternoon. should hold into the mid-40's. the wind cranks on up. we will have wind gusts exceeding 30 miles an hour through tomorrow to. combine with the chilly air. you do feel the changes coming in here as we step toward winter. over the next several days. even out there in the berkshires, again, up to a few inches of snow in the higher terrain. tomorrow, worcester hills, maybe minimal slushy coating. fast couple of heavier snow showers early tomorrow morning. the bulk of the snow will fall back through vermont. here is the develops by tomorrow. winds gusting 25-35 miles an hour. even occasionally seeing a gust to near 40 degrees. so today, the mildest day on the 7-day forecast. low 50's at the coastline. upper 50's inland. we lose the sunshine, the cloud cover throughout the day from east to west. the forecast, good travel weather tuesday and wednesday. a little bit on the cool side. a chance for a couple of showers by thanksgiving and into black friday. guys? >> anchor: well, you have to see this.
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in northern california. a sea of foam. it appears out of nowhere. spreading quickly. like the blob that ate new york. it is foam used to fight aircraft fires at airports. it was accidentally triggered inside a hangar at san jose airport. >> nancy: hazmat crews are trying to keep the potential carcinogen from spilling into the san francisco bay. contractors worked feverishly to avalanche of fire-fighting foam accidentally triggered inside a hangar at san jose airport on friday. >> why the system went off here? i don't know. nobody can go in that building right now. the foam is ten feet deep inside that building. >> nancy: bystanders treated it playfully. especially when the wind picked up. >> i love that part right there. when the waves... the wind blows it. it looks like waves. >> nancy: environmental clean-up crews had to work
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all into the san francisco bay. >> the concentrate is a carcinogen and an irritant. however, diluted like it is right now and filled with air, it is not an irritant to human skin. but again, if it gets in your eyes, it could create a problem. >> nancy: harrington risked it anyway, riding his bike through it. the hangar is operated by signature flight supply. a company spokesperson could not this degree ever before. >> anchor: still ahead, storms intensifying in parts of the midwest. some areas seeing over a foot of snow. >> nancy: also ahead, an emotional day in brockton. dudsenings of kids adopted
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>> nancy: wild a strong storm system bringing in the first blizzard of the season. this here is video from minnesota. you see the trucks and cars there struggling on these incrediblyst slick roads. in some spots, winds were gusting more than 50 miles an hour. >> anchor: in all, nearly 6 million people were under winter weather advisories overnight. jadiann thompson has more. >> jadiann: a deadly blizzard sweeping the upper midwest. here in minnesota, wind gusts of over 70 miles per hour as many get their first dose of
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the light fluffy stuff. we are talking about the back-breaking snow. >> jadiann: road conditions are treacherous. >> i'm expecting a two-hour and 15-minute drive to turn into a five-hour drive. >> jadiann: friday, more than 300 crashes on the roads and two deaths in minnesota are blamed on the storm. cell foj video shows the winds. . >> you get blasted by these strong winds. >> jadiann: people woke up to this sight in sioux falls with warnings tota school was canceled. in colorado, a 20-car pileup thursday shut down part of i-70: two people were killed there. the storm has intensified as it moves east. 5.2 million americans under some sort of warning or advisory with more than a footle of snow in some areas. >> it is payback for last year. a mild winter last year. we had below normal snow. not this season. >> jadiann: the storm is bringing behind it a burst of cold air. a message that winter is on
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thompson, 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: coming up, a car on a terrifying crash course in oregon. >> car barrels into a restaurant. >> anchor: a devastating scene in nevada. a plane crash killing four
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>> anchor: home for the holidays.
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bigger this month in honor of national adoption day. parents and children forming a special bond in brockton. >> nancy: nicole oliverio caught up with them and has their story. >> reporter: 20-month-old may not have her daddy's eyes. she sure does have their hearts. christian, joe, and amia officially became family. her adoption finalized. . >> we weren't eligible until thas they thought it was nice to line up national adoption day. >> he is the cherry on the top of our sundae. >> reporter: little justin is the ago child for the mcclouds. they have adopted four children. three from the same family. >> we adopted first. they asked us. we would never say no. it is a gift to keep them together. >> reporter: for new parents,
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>> that terrible two's thing is a real thing. i wouldn't change it for the world. he has been such a blessing to us. >> reporter: 11-year-old joey has waited four years to be adopted. now he is forever connected to his five brothers and sisters. . >> it feels complete. >> reporter: the group adoptions lapping in worcester and in boston today. in total, 125 children are making this one of the largest national adoption days here in massachusetts. in brockton, nicole oliverio, 7 news. >> nancy: congratulations to all of those families. >> anchor: the parents and the kids. >> nancy: absolutely. next up on today in new england, a disappearing diamond causing concern on the cape. how solve it 7 stepped in to help a woman out of a jewelry
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>> anchor: a minivan slamming into a chelsea woman. the search this morning for the driver who took off. >> nancy: a dramatic rescue caught on camera. >> anchor: a concussion concern back in the spotlight. the new approach some are using. >> anchor: thank you for joining us this saturday morning. i'm dan hausle. >> nancy: i'm nancy chen. we were talking about the game.
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harvard versus yale. chris lambert, we are talking about some mild temperatures for it, though. >> chris: battle of the wicked smart kids, right? an enjoyable day to head out anywhere. pretty much to kick back, watch some football. or maybe sneak in one of those last tee times of the season. 46 in boston right now. 36 in norwood. we have more clouds that are going to back in off the ocean as we go through the day. cloudy across southeastern massachusetts. we have seen that already down across plymouth county, bristol county as well as the cape and the islands. this afternoon. even some mid to upper's inland. we hold on to the sunshine the longest. 'mly out near the 495 belt. of course, this time of year, you start thinking christmas as well. tree-lighting this evening in faneuil hall. comfortable temperature-wise. in the low 50's. fading back into the upper 40's. there may be a sprinkle or patch of drizzle early this evening trying to back in off the ocean. a better chance of showers working in tomorrow morning. those showers transition to
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signs of change ahead. we get a gusty wind to develop as well as cold air working in. there is a cold pattern ahead into next week. more on the 7-day forecast coming up. >> nancy: police say a 17-year-old with a suspended license was speeding and driving without lights. around 4:00 this morning. a driver was sideswiped by the vehicle. the the teen's car, reporting his location to police. the teen crashed on county road hitting several trees. he is now at rhode island hospital in serious condition. >> anchor: a former massachusetts senator being eyed for a position in donald trump's cabinet. scott brown running to be secretary of veteran's affairs. president-elect donald trump calling brown and recommending him for the position. brown was a senator from 2010 to 2013. he served in the army national
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police in chelsea trying to track down the driver behind a hit-and-run. police say an elderly woman was hit yesterday in a crosswalk. a good samaritan helped the woman up. she cut her head. a white minivan, the one you see in this picture here fled the scene. anyone with information about that vehicle is asked to call police. >> nancy: lawrence plit issuing a warrant for a mother who overdosed right next to her child. you might remember this video from back in september. investigators are looking for this woman from salem, new hampshire because she out from an apparent heroin overdose at a dollar store in lawrence. her child crying right next to her. that little girl has been taken into state custody. also a norton man facing serious charges after a swat standoff. the 42-year-old was in court on friday. he faces several counts of assault with intent to murder. among other charges. his girlfriend called police last night after he allegedly
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the man barricaded himself inside and fired several shots at officers hitting a krutzer. he surrendered and was arrested. when police went inside, they found weapons, handguns and military-style knives. no one was hurt in the standoff. >> anchor: construction on the pike will be put on hold wednesday. the road crews will get off the pike by 5:00 in the morning. the crews were originally going to be on the road until noon. but officials changed the time to limit the traffic on what day before thanksgiving. crews have been working to demolish the old tollbooths after the launch of all electronic tolling. >> nancy: more news today: a deadly plane crash in nevada killing at least four people. the plane reportedly crashed into a parking lot late last night with the impact causing multiple explosions. it happened while crews were taking a heart patient to the university of utah. also, employees at chicago's o'hare international airport threatening to strike on
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for better wages and union rights. however, the chicago department of aviation says they do not anticipate any disruption. >> anchor: a middle school in michigan undergoing an investigation after a noose was found in a boys rest room. concerned citizens are torn as to how to situation ought to be handled. >> if the noose is there as a practical joke or if it was to do harm, police should be involved. >> police should be involved in that. a noose is pretty well tied to a hate crime. that sends a message. >> anchor: school officials and police are currently investigating the incident. >> nancy: the zika virus is still a problem in pockets of the world, but on an overall global level, the spread of
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there is still no vaccine nor medicine to treat zika. >> anchor: a car caught on camera smashing through the front window of a restaurant in oregon. police say the 23-year-old driver mistakenly pressed the gas pedal instead of the brake when he was trying to park. he was cited for not having insurance or a driver's license. the restaurant was closed at the time of the crash. no injuries were reported. >> nancy: a dramatic rescue in georgia. a handy capped man trapped inside firefighters quickly rushing into action to drag that man to safety. >> anchor: this morning, we are hearing the frantic 911 calls from the man who made that risky save. >> there is a fire in my bedroom! >> okay. how many people are in the house? >> i need somebody to hurry. my bedroom is filling up. >> i need everyone to get out of the house. >> i can't!
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>> anchor: minutes later, help arrived at this georgia home. the dramatic video as the fire department and sheriff's deputies find him, pulling him to safety. disabled forecast and wheelchair-bound, he cannot move. the only way to find him in the thick smoke... >> if you hear them or see them, call to them. okay? >> listen to his weakened pleas. he lay in the hallway. e is exactly what happened. the smoke was 12-14 inches from the floor, just enough room for a human body to lay flat and get a small amount of oxygen. >> for them to be able to get in and get him out, it had to happen at that moment or within the next minute or else the outcome could have been completely different.
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case of a missing diamond on the cape. solve it 7 working to solve
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city yesterday. the tree is an annual gift from nova scotia to boston. a crowd of folks and santa claus were some of the first to see the tree. the tree-lighting ceremony set for thursday, december 1. >> nancy: you know they mean business when santa claus is there for it. >> anchor: that's right. official suffer the here. no rain deer. reindeer. >> chris: it is hard to believe with the weather that we have had. low to mid-60's. last year, christmas eve december, not going to be like last december. does look colder and stormier in general across the country. you know, what that will mean day to day for us here in new england, we will wait to find out. it does look like a cold pattern overall. 46 in boston right now. north wind at 7 miles an hour. you take a look at some suburbs. we are still down there into the 30's. mid-30's. although a little bit warmer along the immediate coastline. especially the south shore. the clouds have backed on in. the wind is out of the north right now. that will transition back to
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as that happens, we will watch the clouds back in off the ocean. already doing so here. i know it is a little tough to see on the satellite presentation. if you can look real close, you see how this is a gray shading versus some of the blues over the ocean. waters here closer to cape ann. this is the low clouds backing on in. as we go throughout the day. first, along the coastline, it may take a little while to get inland. you can hold on to the sunshine the longest. near 495. points north and west. eventually, by this evening, all of us even a couple of spots of some sprinkles or a patch of drizzle overnight tonight. now, early tomorrow morning, a better chance of a band of showers working on in. with embedded pockets of moderate to heavier rain. by about 3:00 to 7:00 in the morning. you watch what happens across western new england. as the cold air works in. you flip it over to snow. a heavy wet snow at that. can't even rule out by 8:00 or 9:00 in the morning, a
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worcester hills. and there may be minor accumulation, maybe a coating in some hillier terrain of worcester county. up into southwestern new hampshire. several inches will likely fall in the berkshires and the higher terrain of vermont. especially vermont. the highest terrain there, likely over a half a foot. back into upstate new york. winter is coming. not really expecting much snow from worcester points east tomorrow. there may be a snow shower still leftover in worcester county in the afternoon. maybe a sprinkle or two in boston. the morning, there is not a lot of precipitation to talk about on sunday. aside from just the passing rain or snow shower throughout the day. but there is a lot of wind. going to be a gusty wind. gusting 30-40 miles per hour. not only on sunday. but again on monday as the cold air fvns gets delivered to much of southern new england. brightest inland this afternoon. low 50's at the coast. upper 50's inland. not quite as warm as yemd. still not a bad day overall. today is the pick of the week. just thanks to the temperature
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38-46 overnight tonight. clouds, some patches of drizzle. a rage or snow shower leftover tomorrow. after a few showers in the morning. a cool one. mid-40's in the afternoon. gusty wind developing. upper 30's. that is it on monday. good travel weather. cool on tuesday and wednesday. >> nancy: >> kris: they say diamonds are a girl's best friend. but meredith hudson and her precious stone were more than just friends. . >> it was special to me. diamond in the pendant was my mother's diamond. >> kris: when her mother passed away a few years ago, she left they are diamond. the sentimentsal stone was in this pendant that meredith didn't wear very often. she decided to make a change. >> i had the pendant and the
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diamond put in. >> kris: meredith took the pendant to cape cod jewelers in hyannis. >> he said he would call me that night with a price. which he did. >> kris: the price was right. her dicht agreed to have the work done. when she went to pick up her ring about two weeks later... >> they said the ring had been misplaced. >> kris: the store owner had her pendant but couldn't find her diamond ring. >> i didt it. i thought it would be found. >> kris: meredith waited a week, then started calling the store. >> every time i contacted them, they were still looking for it. >> kris: after several months and still no ring, meredith received this letter from the store offering her $2,500 or $3,500 in store credit. which she rejected. >> i felt this stone was worth more than that. >> kris: she tracked down an
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years ago. meredith give a information to a local appraiser who put together a hypothetical appraisal for the ring. a little more than $5,000. >> i sent a letter. enever responded. >> kris: that is when meredith called solve it 7. does a hypothetical appraisal carry any legal weight? >> i think it does. she is entitled to fair market value. the value of the diamond as we speak today, not when she bought it. >> kris: we reached out to the owner of cape cod jewelers over the phone and in person. he felt bad about misplacing the ring. he is still hoping he can find it. he wanted to make sure that she was happy. he significantly increased his offer. >> oh, thank you very much. very good. thank you. >> kris: here is the check you have been waiting for. meredith and the obstruction of justicer agreed only $4,000
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cape cod jewelers is a reputable company and has been making its customers sparkle for more than 30 years. the store's owner is happy he was able to put a smile back on her dicht's face. got a problem? give us a ring. at 617-367-7777. or send us an e-mail. at whdh.com. in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7 news. >> anchor: still ahead, the celtics take on the gde his team. highlights ahead in 7 sports. >> nancy: gronk officially out for tomorrow's big game.
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>> reporter: coming in at 6'6", tipping the scale at about 270 pounds, rob gronkowski about as unstoppable as it gets in the n.f.l. he may have met his match with earl thomas. the safety packing a powerful punch. not enough to hold gronk down on sunday. enough to keep him out of the game this week in san francisco. it is still unknown whether gronkowski suffered a punctured lung from the hit.
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week long and now officially out of the game on sunday. thankfully the, bennett not a bad plan as a back-up. maybe most importantly,... >> he has been so productive for us. i have really enjoyed playing with him. he has fought through a lot of stuff throughout the course of the year. trying to get better and improve. it shows a lot of mental toughness. it is showing up ability to produce on the field. he has been tremendous. >> reporter: on the hardwood, current... durant rolling into the garden as a member of the warriors for the first time. third quarter. all warriors. off the inbond bound. clay thompson. the steal. running the floor. curry getting it back to the big fella. part of the 18-0 run. warriors outscore the celtics 31-9.
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warriors rolling 104-88. boston college honoring matt ryan at halftime in today's game against yukon. retiring his number 12. that is it for sports. have a great day. >> nancy: concussions are a big concern among student athletes. the new technique experts are now using. >> anchor: the cast of hamilton delivering a powerful message to mike pence.
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>> nancy: a closer look at sports-related concussion injuries. according to the cdc, there are more than 8.5 million every year. mostly among people under the age of 25. >> anchor: now doctors are trying a new approach to treat these concussions. >> as a catcher, elijah is used to getting hit by foul balls. when the 16-year-old took a baseball to the head, twice in one game, he couldn't shake the dizziness and headaches. >> were you scared when it happened? >> turns out elijah had a concussion. the type that affects balance. . >> for that type of concussion, the way you get better is by movement. . >> doctors say there are actually six different types of concussions.
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your sight, cause ongoing headaches, nausea, and even affect your mood. the type of concussion dictates the type of recovery. >> having some form of activity is going to be important and probably at least four out of five of those different type of injuries. >> one study found children who exercised within a week of getting a concussion reported later. compared with those who rested. >> the stuff we did with you... >> when dr. collins prescribed active recovery for six weeks, his mother was initially skeptical. >> it is going to work. >> i thought just the opposite. i said, i wanted him to rest and, you know, get his strength. . >> vision exercises helped the teen's eyes and head work in sync again. as well as physical exercises.
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approach to treating young athletes. >> good luck, okay? take care. >> nbc news, pittsburgh. >> nancy: >> nancy: much more ahead on today in new england. a former massachusetts senator could have a new job next year. the position trump's transition team is considering scott brown for. >> anchor: breaking news in wareham. a teen rushed to the hospital after a teen is in a crash. details
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>> nancy: what police say led to a crash in wareham. >> anchor: president-elect donald trump still filling out his cabinet. now considering scott brown for a position. >> nancy: a white minivan barreling into a woman in chelsea. police now looking for the car. >> anchor: heavy snow and high winds whipping through the midwest. >> nancy: good morning to you. i'm nancy chen. >> anchor: i'm dan hausle. those stories and much more straight ahead on today in new england. first, we will take a look at the weather with chris lambert. >> chris: we have another dry day ahead of us. although the sunshine loses out to cloud cover across the coastline. eventually, inland as well. it will take some time. we start off with a quite a bit of sunshine, boston points west.
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backing in. that will continue to work its way westbound. so today, still fairly mild. into the 50's. then we deal with a couple of rain showers tomorrow morning. and even a snow shower or two in the worcester hills. tomorrow. and then a gusty wind develops. the cold air pours in. a cold pattern ahead of us. especially early next week. a good ten degrees colder tomorrow afternoon. versus what we see this afternoon with those winds gusting 30-40 miles an hour. you will note the chill out there. coolest at the cli upper 50's inland. again, more clouds close to the coastline as well. more on the 7-day forecast including the thanksgiving day forecast coming up. >> anchor: breaking news. a wareham teen rushed to the hospital after a chase ending in a serious crash. police say a 17-year-old with a suspended license was speeding and driving without lights at around 4:00 this morning. they say he sideswiped another vehicle. that motorist then remained behind the teen's vehicle and reported his location to police. the teen then crashed on
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trees. he is now at rhode island hospital in serious condition. >> nancy: also breaking that the hour. a pedestrian rushed to the hospital after being hit by a car. police say... are not releasing many details at this point. this happened just aftermidnight. on quincy street in dorchester. the victim's injuries are said to be lifer-threatening. we will continue to follow these stories and bring you updates throughout the morning. >> anchor: now to the latest on the trump transition. president-elect donald trump scheduled to meet with former romney in new york. at the very least, the move considered an attempt by trump to bury the hatchet with romney. one of his fiercest critics during the campaign. reports are circulating that romney could be a candidate for secretary of state. meanwhile, the former massachusetts senator scott brown has already spoke within president-elect donald trump about a possible cabinet position. in addition to his time as senator, scott has also served
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>> nancy: amaka ubaka spoke with the former senator at his home in new hampshire. >> reporter: former massachusetts senator scott brown may have a new job come january. secretary of veteran's affairs. part of president-elect trump's new cabinet. >> my phone rang. i have his number locked. in i said good evening, mr. president-elect. how are you? he said "i want to congratulate you, sir." >> reporter: then trump got down to business. >> passion?" i'm making a strong recommendation that you be considered. >> reporter: he reached the rank of colonel before retiring in 2014. after serving almost 35 years. he has also served on the senate armed services and veterans affairs committees. as secretary of veterans affairs, he would be responsible for managing the benefits and health care of millions of veterans. >> some angels at work at the
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systemic problems. i think you need somebody who understands the issues. which i do. >> reporter: brown says if he gets the job, the first order of business. >> i would set up a 24-7 live hot line for suicide call-s in. people who feel like they are going to kill themselves. i think it is the toughest job in the cabinet. you know, because people's lives are at stake. they are dying. rorpt brown has gotten calls of support from snowstormer senate colleagues. he expects to hear back from final decision sometime next week. in rye, new hampshire, amaka ubaka, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: just this morning, brown tells me that it would be the toughest job, but one that needs to be done. he calls it high-risk. high-reward. >> nancy: presidents-elect trump tapping lieutenant-general michael flynn, senator jeff sessions and representative mike pompeo for key roles. the presidential picks coming as trump also agrees to settle
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details. >> reporter: stunning about-face. as donald trump's team tries to tie up loose ends on a legal headache that would not go away. a new settlement in the lawsuit against him from former students of trump university who claimed he defrauded them. the president-elect agreeing to pay $25 million, even though during the campaign, he promised that would never happen. >> i don't want to settle cases when we are right. i don't believe in it. when you start settling cases, you know what happens? y because you get known as the settler. >> reporter: people that took the course all signed... many signed report cards. saying it was fantastic. it was wonderful. it was beautiful. >> reporter: now he has already made some big decisions on his national security team. retired three-star general mike flynn rose quickly within military intelligence before being fired by president
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islamic body. it is like cancer. >> reporter: for attorney general, alabama senator jeff sessions, a hard-liner on immigration. rejected for a federal judgeship 30 years ago after claims he made racist comments. >> i'm not a racist. i'm not insensitive to blacks. >> reporter: mike pompeo is a west boyfriend grad, army veteran lawyer and key party republican who went hard against hillary clinton over benghazi. tonight senator elizabeth warren speg some of trump's picks. >> let's talk for a minute about the elephant in the room. the large orange elephant in the room. trump ran an ugly campaign. a campaign that was filled with bigotry. so let me say this as clearly as i can. there can be no compromise with racism. there can be no negotiation with bigotry. >> reporter: trump will spend
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in new jersey. he will meet with candidates for his white house team, including mitt romney. ryan schulteis, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: mike pence attended a broadway hit hamilton friday night. that goted a mixed reaction from the audience and the cast. after a curtain call, one actor had a strong message for the v.p.-elect. telling him that the cast administration. >> we, sir, we are the diverse america who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. we truly hope that this show inspired you to uphold our american values and to work on
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>> anchor: pence left the theater before dixon finished. he did stand in the hallway and apparently, heard those full remarks. donald trump back on twitter this morning just a short time ago responding. the president-elect tweeting "our wonderful future v.p. mike pence was harassed last night at the theater by the cast of hamilton. cameras blazing. this should not happen." trump also tweeted the theater must always be a safe and special place. the cast of hamilton was very rude last night to a very good man. mike pence. >> nancy: a scary scene in chelsea. an elderly woman, the victim of a hit-and-run. caught on camera. you see that. white minivan there hit her in the crosswalk. it then drove away. tim caputo has more now. >> reporter: she almost made it all the way across the street. in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen, you will see it. the 72-year-old woman tries to jump out of the way, but is hit by a minivan while she was crossing fourth street in
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leaving the older woman injured on the ground at the edge oferts crosswalk. >> that is horrible. people are horrible. >> in broad daylight along broadway. an incredibly busy road for cars and pedestrians. we saw several police officers and crossing guards outs here. around 6:00, there was a serious car wreck a block away. >> kind of crazy. this area is really congested, honestly, all the time. there is a lot of pedestrians walking around. a lot of cars. captured the entire thing. in the video, you can't make out the license plate. there are distinct features on the minivan. including the front right tire that is either without a hub cap or it is a spare. on the back, there appears to be a note taped to the window. the woman was eventually helped up off the ground by a good samaritan who walked her to the sidewalk. >> at least there is some good people. the driver, i'm not sure. that is a jerk move. >> anchor: ahead on today in new england, alarming allegations against a day care in hingham.
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>> chris: beautiful day yesterday. highs in the 60's. back in the 50's today. clouds increasing from east to west. a much colder pattern ahead. the forecast coming up. >> nancy: all right. plus the first blizzard of the season making it tough on drivers in the midwest.
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>> anchor: a beautiful day out
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there and enjoy it. things may be changing. >> nancy: we have had some mild temperatures. yepd was beautiful out there. that foliage still hanging on. i was walking through the public garden. i could not stop taking pictures. >> chris: temperatures in the low to mid-60's. you thought it was more like early october than the middle part of november. those leaves may have trouble holding on here over the next several days. a gusty wind will develop by tomorrow. and continue early next week. 48 right now in boston. n the ocean. most prevalent down through southeastern massachusetts. they will continues to advance in from the east to the west. although, it may take, you know, most of the day to get west of 128 or out to 495. temperatures running into the 50's today. with the on-shore wind developing. we get into the late afternoon hours. early evening hours. clouds thicken up for all of us. even this evening, a spot sprinkle or a brief period of drizzle. along the coastline. i think the chance for some scattered showers and drizzle
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the late overnight hours tonight. and in terms of any pockets of heavier showers, we will likely see a band come through. anywhere between about 4:00 and 6:00 or 7:00 tomorrow morning. temperatures overnight and early tomorrow generally into the 40's. so it doesn't start off all that cold. as cold air starts to work on in, the rain changes to snow. some heavier snow at. that across the high terrain of vermont. back into the berkshires. across the litchfield hills. now, we get into 8:00 or 9:00 in the morning, i do think it the worcester hills. to transition any rain showers over to some snow showers. maybe a spot coating or two. not expecting accumulation from worcester on eastbound into the city of boston. in fact, we will hold into the mid-40's in boston. this tells half the story. yes, it is a colder day. we have a gusty wind that develops. at times, gusting 30-40 miles an hour on sunday afternoon: a couple of snow showers. still a possibilities tomorrow afternoon. especially the higher terrain
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accumulation there. hoof a foot of snow... half a foot of snow in the higher terrain of vermont. green mountains, white mountains, doing well with this picking up the snow. wind will be active. gusting 30-40 miles an hour at times. we hold on to a gusty wind. monday into early on tuesday. that is why that are still left on the trees, may have trouble holding on as we get into early next week. i know. knock them down so you can clean up the yard for good. right? not a good clean-up day on sunday. but if you have some piles of leaves to rake up for today, a good afternoon to get out and do it. gusty wind developing. holding on into early next week. we have the wind. and we have much colder temperatures. look at that on monday. highs into the upper 30's. can't rule out a passing flurry or snow shower on monday. good travel wept tuesday and
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some wild weather in the midwest. a strong storm system there bringing the first blizzard of the season. tough to see there: this is video from minnesota. trucks and cars struggling on those slick roads. winds, actually gusting up to 50 miles an hour in some locations. >> anchor: jadan thompson has more. >> jadiann: a deadly blizzard sweeping the upper midwest. here in mn mb, wind gusts of over 70 many get their first dose of winter weather. >> we are not talking about the light fluffy stuff. we are talking about the back-breaking snow. >> jadiann: road conditions are treacherous. >> i'm expecting a two-hour drive turn into about a fooich drive. >> jadiann: friday, 300 crashes on the roads and two deaths are blamed on the storm. cell phone video shows the winds. >> in sioux falls, south dakota, people woke up to this sight.
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indoors as long as possible. schools were canceled. in colorado, a 20-car pile-up thursday shut down part of i-70. two people were killed there. the storm has intensified as it moves east. 5.2 million americans under some sort of warning or advisory with more than a foot of snow in some areas. >> it is payback for last year. it was a very mild winter last year. we had below normal snow. not this season. >> jadiann: in the newsroom, 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: coming up, as we near the holiday, workers at chicago's o'hare threatening to walk off the job. the week of thanksgiving. >> anchor: but first, some smiles that go all around. the numb berlg of children finding their forever families
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>> she joined 32 other children at the brockton courthouse who found their forever family. >> it is cherry on the top of our sundae. >> little justin is the eighth child for the mcclouds. they ever adopted four children. three from the same family. >> we adopted first. justin was born. they asked us. we would never say no. so yeah. it is a simple gift to give. keep them together. >> and for the new parents, they quickly learn what life is like with the toddler. >> the terrible twos thing is a real thing. so i wouldn't change it for the world. he has been such a blessing to us. >> 11-year-old joey has waited
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family. i'm always mom. this really puts that clincher on it. >> now he is forever connected to his five brothers and sisters. >> it feels complete. >> the group adoptions also happening in worcester and in boston today. in total, 125 children are adopted into 95 families. making this one of the largest national adoption days here in massachusetts. in brockton, nicole oliverio, 7 news. >> ar: major announcement regarding the zika virus. why the world health organization no longer considers it a global threat. >> nancy: plus, a group of students really going above and beyond to make their new classmates feel welcome. meet this week's class act
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>> nancy: a group of teenagers from haverhill making new friends and making a big difference. reach out to some classmates just learning english. they started a special group to make sure everyone was included. today's class act. >> christa: these students are make it work. reaching across cultural divides. today all three of you are the class acts for this week. (applause) veronica lewis, morgan johnson,
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haverhill area. they founded the group, value for all over a year ago. it is a spanish-english club where students play games, make friends, and learn from each other. >> we have made so many new friends. i have learned so much in spanish. and my conversational skills have advanced so far. >> it is like we are not even volunteering. we are both getting something in return. >> the group meets two or three times a month in haverhill. while it is care-free and say it wasn't like that at first. >> it was kind of awkward sometimes. some of the meetings. >> it was a little bit tricky. we didn't really know people. i could tell from them that they were a little bit nervous. >> jumping out of their comfort zone, their determination paid off. >> they want to learn more about us. and that makes me feel like they care about spanish. >> we are learning both. we talk english.
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they help us. we are confident in learning. because they don't judge us. >> we can teach them different american traditions. they can teach us spanish songs. . >> and in the end, success that knows no end. >> hoping that i can keep more friendships. learn more spanish. and stay connected with the people. so you can help other people in the community. and also strengthen relationships. and improve other people's lives. >> what a great lesson to learn at such a young age, too. both sides benefiting from this. >> anchor: both side. everybody getting something out of it. >> nancy: coming up, the patriots heading west without rock gronkowski. ... rob gronkowski. >> chris: beautiful day yesterday. not bad either today. by tomorrow, a whole lot of cold air moving in with the gusty winds.
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>> anchor: alarming allegations at a day care in hingham. what officials are saying about some serious charges. >> nancy: a teenager charged with fires shots at a neighbor's house. streaming it live on facebook. >> anchor: a plane transporting a heart patient crashes in utah. >> this is 7 news today in new an >> nancy: just after 9:30 on this saturday morning. welcome back. thanks for staying with us. i'm nancy chen. >> anchor: i'm dan hausle. first, some changes in store for the forecast. let's go live to chris lambert for the latest. >> chris: downhill as we go through the next couple of days. in terms of the cold air moving in, it has some staying power, too. a cold pattern settling in across much of new england. we take a look at the upper 20's earlier this morning in
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today will be the warmest of the 7-day forecast ahead. 48 in boston. 49 in plymouth. clouds back in off the coast here. off the ocean. and right along the immediate coastline, we see the most cloud cover. down into southeastern massachusetts, including interior southeastern massachusetts. the clouds eventually moving their way from east to west throughout the day. this afternoon, temperatures holding in the low 50's along the coastline. mid-50's to even near 60 deeper inland. we hold on to more sunshine. the farther west you go. a couple of rain s for a few hours, it will be raining. then that will transition over to scattered snow showers by later tomorrow into tomorrow night. we will talk more on that and that cold pattern coming in to follow on the 7-day forecast. >> anchor: breaking news. a chase ends in a serious crash. a 78-year-old with a suspended license was speeding and driving without lights about 4:00 this morning. they say he sideswiped another vehicle. that motorist then stayed behind the teen's car and
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the teen then crashed on county road, hitting several trees. he is now at rhode island hospital in serious condition. >> nancy: also breaking at this hour, a pedestrian rushed to the hospital after being hit by a car. now, that the point, police have not released many details. we are told this happened just after midnight in dorchester on quincy street. the victim's injuries are said to be life-threatening. we will continue to follow these stories and bring you any updates on 7 news. >> anchor: now to some alarming allegations at a c police in hingham are investigating after allegations of abuse. so far, we know of at least one teacher off the job. another is on administrative leave. >> reporter: a serious investigation involving state and local authorities. the departmentle of children and families, along with the hingham police department are looking into allegations that children were mistreated at a bright horizons day care center inside this office building.
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pending the investigation. dcf spokesperson tells 7 news the department of children and families received a report on this situation, and we are investigating. in a statement of their own, bright horizons says "our most important responsibility is to ensure that all children are safe, well cared-for, and treated with respect at all times. as soon as the situation was brought to our attention, we communicated directly with all the families who have children at the center. the teacher involved has been authorities as they review this situation and will help them in any way we can." >> nancy: boston university police searching for a suspect aftera disturbing phone call turned out to be a bogus threat. officials got a call early friday morning from someone claiming they shot a hostage and also booby-trapped a room inside the library on campus. police say they have no choice but to take threats like this seriously. >> it was very methodical.
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you know, without checking them out thoroughly. >> yes. it is horrifying. i mean, there is all kinds of things happening we have never seen before. friends have been hassled on the street for their race in boston in the last few days. like, you never know. >> nancy: the call was determined to be a hoax after the police searched all six floors of the building. >> anchor: a 15-year-old boy fired shots into his neighbor's home and broadcast the whole thing live on facebook. no one was hurt. >> nancy: that teenager faces multiple charges. investigators are trying to figure out how he got his hands on those guns. adam williams has more. >> reporter: this 15-year-old boy waves around a rifle and a nine-millimeter handgun. points both toward an open
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then the handgun. pulling that trigger, knocks him off his feet. it was no laughing matter to tania watts. >> i heard the shot. and i hopped up. if you just sit in your home and you are watching television, you hear something like. that that was... that scares you. that would freak you out. i'm not used to hearing that. >> the fact that the teen recorded the shooting on facebook live, she says, is outrageous and callous. >> it is awful. that is being an idiot. report tt boy was arrested on weapons charges. >> the serial number will be
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they will be charged with receiving stolen properties. >> it is scary. you can't be in your own home and relax. >> police are trying to figure out where the teen got those guns. in the hoouz room, adam williams, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: a deadly plane crash in nevada kills at least four people. according to the reports, the plane crashed into a parking lot late last night. the impact regarding the zika virus outbreak. it is no longer considered an international public health emergency. that is according to the world health organization. officials say zika is still a problem in pockets. but on a global level, the spread of the virus is under control. >> nancy: police threatening to strike the week of thanksgiving at o'hare international airport. the workers have been fighting for better wages and union
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ofiviation, however, says they do not anticipate any disruption. caught on camera: fast dramatic rescue in georgia. a handicapped man trapped inside a burning home. firefighters quickly rushed into action to drag that man to safety. >> anchor: this morning, we are hearing the frantic calls from the man who made a risky save. i need everyone to get out of the house. >> i can't. >> oh, man. >> minutes later, help arrived at this georgia home. here is the dramatic video. the fire department and sheriff's deputies find him, pulling him to safety. disabled and wheelchair-bound, he cannot move. the only way to find him in the thick smoke... >> if you hear them or see them, calling to them. okay?
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>> this house was at the point where we had to get in and get him out right then and there. >> the shift chander says that is exactly what happened. the smoke was 12-14 inches from the floor, just enough room for a human body to lay flat and get a small amount of oxygen. >> for them to be able to gets in and get them out, it had to happen at that moment or within the next minute or else the outcome could have been completely different. >> he is expected to be okay. >> nancy: also this morning, crews in california working some pretty long hours there. fighting waves of foam that spilled out on to the streets. foam that is usually used to fight aircraft fires was accidentally released from inside a hangar at san jose airport. the foam covering cars and blocking businesses for hours. >> why the system went off here, i don't know. nobody can go in that billing right now. the foam is ten feet deep inside that building.
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however, diluted like it is right now and filled with air, it is not an irritant to human skin. but again, if it gets in your eyes, it could create a problem. >> nancy: almost all of the foam is gone now. a serious situation there. people having fun with it. >> nancy: looks like suds. another sign of the season. the infamous holiday displays unveilt city. >> chris: confetti falling from the sky there. how about some snowflakes? will we see some in i think so.
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>> chris: what a day yesterday. boston hitting 63 degrees. we are not going to be quite as mild today. although you get out to fitchburg. still near 60 later on this afternoon. upper 50's in a lot of suburbs. holding low 50's along the coastline. a combination of an on-shore wind kicking. in as well as more clouds backing in off the ocean. we have already seen those clouds very close to the coastline. and down through much of southeastern massachusetts. wind is turning on-shore. we will hold that throughout
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and enough moisture gets in where we get a couple of patches of drills. and a few sprinkles out there. otherwise, it looks quiet across new england right now. you can barely see the back edge. it is there. it is going to slowly edge its way westbound through the afternoon. i do expect by this afternoon, to see a lot of us, flip over to mainly cloudy skies. especially late in the afternoon. last location to see that will be inland communities. you get west of 495, enjoying quite a bit of sunshine for a while. at here is a front offer to the west of us. potent area of low pressure that brought blizzard conditions across minnesota and back into south dakota yesterday. that continues its journey through the great lakes. the area of low pressure itself will move north and west of us. initially, we drag in some mild air overnight tonight. on the flip side of the front, the temperatures come down and come down quite a bit. we will watch that transition tomorrow. especially across western new england. overnight tonight, the clouds fill in. here are some of the spotty areas of drizzle. as well as some light showers
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best chance of soaking band of showers to come on through will be early tomorrow morning. 4:00 and 7:00. temperatures in the 40's at 5:00 in the morning. you look across western massachusetts and up into vermont. it is snowing. we see the transition over to wet snow. and even across the higher terrain of worcester county, by 8:00 or 9:00 in the morning. any leftover rain showers transition over to snow showers. fbs indeed, even in worcester county, we see some snowflakes out there. not expecting much massachusetts. maybe a spotted coating. in a few towns where we get some heavier snow showers ongoing. from worcester east to boston, it is above freezing. in fact, it is above 45 in boston tomorrow afternoon. at 46 degrees. gusty wind develops. then by tomorrow night, into early monday, there may be a snow shower that can get into the boston area or at least across eastern massachusetts. in terms of the accumulating snow, though, this is mostly residing across western new england. at least in massachusetts and
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hampshire, the higher terrain. seeing several inches of wet snow. so enjoy the mild air today. well into the 50's. then we have a down-trend here. we stay down throughout much of next week. a lot of 40's across the board. i will say this. tuss and wednesday do look good for travel weather. >> nancy: are we dancing? the holiday season has kicked off at macy's on 34th street the famous holiday windows were unveiled outside the department store friday night. the theme for this year, is believing the magic. the store estimates that some 15,000 people walked past those windows every single hour. it is always such a tradition of mine to go to new york, though. all the lights come on. all the storefronts have their displays out. it is fun to see. holiday season. >> anchor: still ahead, kevin
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boston with his new team. highlights coming up in sports. >> nancy: more on the pats' plans to take on the 49ers without rob gronkowski who is
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>> reporter: coming in at 6'6", tipping the s pounds, rob gronkowski, about as unstoppable as it gets in the n.f.l. he may have met his match with the seahawks' earl thomas. the safety pabing a powerful punch. not enough to hold gronk down back on sunday. enough to keep him out of the game this weekend with san francisco. it is still unknown whether or not he suffered a punctured lung from the hit. the injury is severe enough to keep him out of practice all week long. now officially out of the game on sunday. gronk's absence leaves bennett
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roster. thankfully, though, bennett not a bad plan fz a back-up. most, importantly, the respect of one tom brady. >> he has been so productive for us. you know, i really enjoyed playing with them. he has fought through a lot of stuff over the course of the year, to be out there trying to get better and improve. it shows a lot of mental toughness. it is showing up with his ability to produce on the field. he has been tremendous. >> reporter: durant the warriors for the first time. c's within 7 at the break. thirds quarter. all warriors. off the inbound. clay thompson. curry getting it back to the big fella. warriors outscore the celtics 31-9. that is a beatdown. warriors rolling 104-88. boston college honoring matt ryan at halftime in today's
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h,z/ >> anchor: a woman invites a complete stranger to her thanksgiving dinner. it all started with a wrong
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>> nancy: wanda, aka thanksgiving grand ma is trying to process how she became a twitter sensation. it started with a group text to her grandson. >> i said basically, "thanksgiving, my house, this date, time. let me know if you are going to come." i got a text from... who is this? i said "it's grandma." >> nancy: jamal o receiving ends of the text. he thought it might be his grandma. but to confirm. i asked for a picture. >> i was thinking, that is strange. i took a selfie at work. i texted him the picture. i waited for a response. and i got a text back from somebody i don't know. who says "you are not my grandma." "can i still have a plate?" >> nancy: once the embarrassments of texting a complete stranger subsided,
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grand mass feed everybody." >> he posted the exchanges on twitter on monday. and that was that. so he thought. it has exploded. finally, she had a chance to meet him. thanks to the help of other other grandson. >> i'm jamal. >> how are you? >> offered to get a plate? well, it still stands. >> nancy: he is expected to be t grand mass feed everyone. >> anchor: i hope she unlisted. everybody will be showing up at her door. >> chris: you are going to need a bigger turkey for this thanksgiving, right? coolest along the coastline. still another nice day ahead of us. some rain showers early tomorrow morning. consistent. flipping over to snow showers by 8:00 or 9:00 tomorrow morning in the worcester hills. mail see a passing flurry or
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tomorrow night. early on monday. the theme is colder with a gusty wind. into monday. tuesday, wednesday, good travel days. guys? >> nancy: thank you for joining us. i'm nancy chen. >> anchor: i'm dan hausle.
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