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the charges they're facing following the death of the woman's teenage daughter. >> christa: also right now, investigators trying to figure out what led to the death of a teenager whose body washed up on a plymouth beach. >> jadiann: donald trump going on the attack, lashing out at his republican rivals. good friday morning. i'm jadiann thompson. >> christa: it's a busy day, everybody. i'm christa delcamp. friday the 13th. are you superstitious? >> jadiann: not really but i pay attention to what goes on. if anything weird happens, i blame it on that. >> christa: i haven't seen black cats, no one has opened an umbrella. we're good for now. >> the umbrella one i'm superstitious but but i've never walked under a ladder. i will not be doing that. >> a little bit of a wind out of the southwest. it's breezy to windy for
the winds between 10-20 miles an hour at this point. today it gets gusty and winds will build in into tomorrow. we're getting that boost in the temperatures with the southwest flow for this morning but as the winds shift to come out of the west and then finally the northwest as we get into tomorrow, it will be brisk and chilly, feeling more like november but a temperature boost around the corner and the extended forecast coming up. >> jadiann: thank you so much. let's get over to rich kirkland and get a check of the roads. >> rich: good morning, light traffic on the turnpike a look at the expressway, very light traffic on 93 and route 128. no issues anywhere else. the t says just getting going. we're okay. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: let's get to that breaking news. u.s. officials are assessing the results of an air strike in syria targeting the man known as jihadi john. they believe this terrorist was killed in that attack. >> jadiann: the british man is
suspected in several beheadings, including new hampshire journalist james foley. >> reporter: this has not been confirmed but u.s. leaders believe a drone strike did kill mohammed emwazi, the british executioner referred to as jihadi john. the strike took place in syria thursday. u.s. and british officials have been tracking emwazi for months. in july government leaders suspected he had been hiding in syria and officials say emwazi was the masked man who appeared in several videos showing isis hostages being executed. the first appeared on line in august last year, executing james foily. foley was believed to be the first american killed by isis. two weeks later another video appeared showing him beheading steven sotloff. he was kidnapped in august of
she'd be happy if emwazi is dead but it will not bring her son back. officials believe emwazi beheaded at least seven hostages since last year. nancy chen, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: we're following breaking news out of iraq. iraq kurdish fighters are in control of the town of sinjar arrive taking it from isis. the u.s. has been providing air support. witnesseses say the fighters raiseed the kurdish flag. >> christa: a new hampshire mother charged in connection with her daughter's death. the woman and her boyfriend provided the girl with a deadly dose of a powerful drug. just one station is talking to the teen's boyfriend. for more on what he had to say, you see nicole oliverio. >> reporter: this boyfriend said hess girlfriend hardly ever talked about life at home but he
blames in this teen's mother for her death. a new hampshire teenager died from a drug overdose. now the young girl's boyfriend says the people who should have for her death. >> i think the mother introduced her to everything, the mother and the boyfriend. they got her hooked on it. >> emergency crews called to a rochester motel where the teen was living last month. eve tarmey was unresponsive. she accidentally overdosed on the prescription drug fentanyl. now three people are arrested, accused of contributing to her death including her mother, her boyfriend and a friend. the mother and boyfriend were in the room when the teen died. >> it's unfortunate it occurred with a apparent that is on the scene at the time. >> how could they raise their daughter in that kind of environment and provide that to her. >> friends and classmates created a memorial. eve's boyfriend said she wanted to travel the world.
he blames her mother for taking that dream. >> eve was the nicest person you could have ever met. >> reporter: eve's mother, the mother's boyfriend and that friend will all are arraigned today in court later this morning. we're live in rochester, new hampshire, nicole oliverio, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: the essex county district attorney says the jury in philip chism's murder trial is expected to be seated later today. chism, now 16 years old, is accused of killing his high school math teacher two years ago. if the jury is seated before the end of the day opening statements will be made monday. chism is accused of raping and killing 24-year-old colleen ritzer in a bathroom in danvers high in 2013. >> christa: now an just one station, a woman speaking about the loss of her cousin after his body was discovered on a beach in plymouth.
just 18 years old. he was living in malden and hadn't been seen. family members prayed he would be found alive. >> when the detective called and said we have news for you, i was running and i said well, hopefully they found him. he's fine. he was a good guy. very nice boy. and everybody's sad right now. >> police at this point do not suspect foul play. he would have turned 19 years >> jadiann: now the race for the white house. donald trump hitting the campaign trail this morning following a long speech in iowa. the republican presidential candidate saying the gloves are coming off and he means it, going after his rivals. nancy chen back for us and trump minutes. >> he did. donald trump pulling no punches.
carson among other things. this was his first public event with secret service protection. >> i would bomb the -- out of him. >> donald trump giving one of his most bizarre speeches thursday night talking about his plan to take out isis. >> i would bomb those suckers. and that's right, i would blow up the pipes, the refinery, every single inch. they would be nothing left and i would take the oil. >> he included an attack on ben carson accusing him of being a liar and comparing him to a child molester. >> he said he has pathological disease. he said temper they defined it as disease. so he said he has pathological disease. if you're path lol, there's no cure. >> he flipped his belt buck you
will up and down to mock his story about carson trying to stab someone. he challenged the audience to stab him. he told the crowd he can't understand why anyone supports carson who is tied with him in the first voting state. >> how stupid are the people of iowa? how stupid of the people of the country to believe this crap? carson's aides says trump was bitter. >> jadiann: republican presidential candidates jeb bush and rand paul will be in new hampshire today. bush will attend a town hall in frank. paul will file paperwork for the new hampshire primary then hold a town hall in portsmouth. >> christa: tomorrow night the three remaining democrats will meet for their second debate in iowa. a poll finds the democratic
the candidate who can bring real change. 62% of voters think clinton would be effective as passing her agenda and dealing with international crisis compared to 51% for sanders. sanders inspiring college students across the country to protest mounting student loan debt. students in philadelphia took part in thursday's million student march. at home, 50 students from boston area colleges gathered on northeastern's campus for demonstrating. back in june, sanders said republicans would be forced to tackle this issue if a million young people marched on washington. >> jadiann: a secret service agent facing troubling charges after he allegedly sent obscene messages to someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl. police arrested 37-year-old lee robert moore after he thought the girl was underage. turned out to be an undercover police officer. the agent admitted to sending
while on duty at the white house. >> the university of missouri appointed a interim president until a permanent replacement is named. middleton is a retired senior administrator and professor of law. he takes over for tim wolfe to resigned monday as students protests about racial complaints. the chancellor announced he will leave his position at the end of next month and take a new position at the school in january. >> christa: 5:10. we're just getting started. ahead, troubling tweets. who three umass boston soccer players attacked on twitter for supporting the elimination of headers from kids soccer. >> we'll take you on the set of a of a new new film in lawrence. just in time to kick off the weekend, rays of sunshine and a temperature boost but the wind is back. that forecast coming up. >> christa: we're tracking breaking news overnight.
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welcome back. today's the final day of rokerthon. today show's al roker was in our neck of the woods thursday. this was pretty fun y pete bouchard welcomed him to the boston tea party museum. >> the heck with you ask! >> he gave him some tea and he said i'm going to throw it overboard in pate fashion but then said they had a line to get it back. the back story is he's crisscrossing the country, trying to break a record by states. he was in boston and the money raised will go to local food
i love him in the three corner hat. >> jadiann: i'm a huge fan of al roker. he's so much fun. especially when he lets his hair down like he did yesterday with pete. there were other things said. >> christa: we won't repeat them. >> jadiann: they played them on the 11:00 news. check it out. bri, i'm sorry you missed out >> that's okay. i saw the exchange. a good time there and pete can play along but al needs a nap. we get the sunshine back today. some sun. 50 degrees in boston. the winds out of the southwest winds. that flow out of the southwest helping to finally boost temperatures out of the 40's. we had a temperature climb through last night. not often you see that but the storm system that's rolling through brought us a warm front. the cold front will come through and kick on the winds,
and you can see how the winds change from the southwest to the wested to and eventually into tomorrow, the winds blast out of the northwest. so we will be getting some of this chilly wind into our forecast to kick off the weekend for tomorrow. those temperatures also dropping, feeling very novemberlike as we head into saturday. wind advisory is in effect for cape cod and the island from 1:00 this afternoon to tomorrow. 20 to 30 miles an hour, gusts 40 miles an hour. current temperatures around 50. boston through norwood and mid 40s worcester. we really are struggling with the temperatures yesterday trying to get a touch of a boost but they just weren't moving. today they go up and tomorrow back down. partly cloudy, the winds are back. 54 to 60 for the highs this afternoon. we'll take those rays of sunshine. hopefully it balances out the chill of the wind.
west of us and northwest of us. we get the clearing this morning but it will be on and off again with the clouds today. i mention add cold front that wants to come through. showers through upstate new york. some of that tries to make it through into our backyard this afternoon. mostly in the way of clouds but we can't rule out the chance of a spot pop shower. the best chance will be between 3:00 and 5:00 and early evening hours. even maybe, maybe some flurries overnight tonight. the worcester hills and points northwest of that. very slight chance of those spot showers. dry. a slight chance of showers 39-43 for lows and tomorrow more sun. it will be cool though. look how the temperatures drop, down to 48. i'll tell you with the winds coming out of the northwest it will feel closer to 40. here's a look at my 7on7.
next week and possibly even into the 60s. >> jadiann: thank you. ben affleck is back in the bay state. the action is in town -- or the actor is in town working on his new movie set in the 1920's. >> christa: locals are turning out trying to catch a glimpse of him. 7news cameras were rolling as crews shot a car chase scene complete with model t's. nancy chen is here with the story. >> reporter: a blast from the past. the courthouse transformed into a bank and the streets are lined with vintage cars. it's the roaring 20's in lawrence and ben affleck at center stage. the hollywood star is acting and directing a bank robbery scene for the movie live by night. it has everyone in town psyched. >> they made it look like a butcher. they put all these things. ben affleck was here earlier. >> a restaurant converted into a butcher shop where you can get
old model t's, vintage bikes and a dunkin' donuts turned into a lawrence general store. even the street where it's filmed had to be transformed. >> helping by taking signs down do, removing lines in the street. >> it's based on a novel by dennis lehane, aflac plays a boston police captain's son to turns to a life of crime. fans came to see the movie making process and hoped for a star sighting. >> i hoped to get a little bit closer but my heart floodered. >> there will be plenty more opportunities for fans to see affleck at work as filming continues not only in lawrence but later in boston. >> there's a movie and ben affleck is right there. you know what? god bless america. how many times do you get to see an actor right across from you, somebody as big as ben affleck. >> filming in lawrence will continue today. the next week they head over to the north end. in the control room, nancy chen, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: so they'll be near us.
good morning, happy friday. the eastern half of the state waking up to mostly clear skies. finally getting glimpses of sunshine to prove it's still there but that's not the case through the entire day. clouds will roll through from time to time and a slight chance of a spot shower. only 20% chance. the real theme for the next couple days will be building winds back in the forecast. a boost in temperatures today and then a drop in temps
40s for highs to kick off the weekend. good morning, coming into last night the bruins have seven wins this season and only one win has come at the garden. the b's looking to turn things around against a team they haven't beat at home in 17 years. dennis seidenberg seeing his first action. bruins blew a two goal lead then matt dushane snaps the game-winner. bruins lose 3-2. just one win on garden ice this year. >> it's frustrating, especially at home. you're supposed to be -- it's harder to play at home than on the road. we collapse after we get up early on. we come out hard and then we seem to take it easy and sit back and the teams take advantage. we have to clean that up.
practice all week with an illness. the nfl network reports he has a virus and hasn't been able to eat and is feeling weak. he's being kept away from gillette stadium and his status for the giants game in doubt. david ortiz losing out to a seventh slugger award. bogaerts becomes the youngest player to earn the honor. >> christa: rob gronkowski and for jetblue. he tries to convince his uncle, who is a real pilot for jetblue, to let him fly the plane. the chief pilot. it's a no-brainer. >> rob, you noah let that happen. >> then what am i supposed to do? >> throw the the money in the sky. >> inflight entertainment. jetblue is using the commercial to announce it's now the official airline of the new
england patriots. the company says the ad was the first in a five part series, so more gronking to come. >> jadiann: was that gronk twerking? >> christa: that's what i was trying to call it gronking. >> jadiann: that was good. well, good use of his time there. coming up next at 5:30. with a the color controversy behind them, the mbta reveals the winning paint designs for new trains on three of its lines. >> reporter: some soccer players from umass boston in trouble over controversial tweets. we'll explain coming up. >> christa: amid brewing legal fights, daily fantasy sports sites receive support from a [ female announcer ]
jihadi john. >> christa: you saw it first on 7. hear from the police officer getting a lot of praise for helping defuse a dangerous situation on an mbta bus. >> jadiann: a survey found a jump in the number of children with autism. why researchers say this is probably the most accurate estimate yet. >> christa: good morning, and thanks for waking up with us on this friday, the 13th. i'm christa delcamp. >> jadiann: i'm jadiann thompson. we love it when our viewers wake up with us and get their day started and. >> christa: stretch. >> jadiann: yes. it's a nicer day today in terms of not as much precipitation. >> bri: how about the viewers that stay welcome awake all night then go to bed after the morning show. struggling to get out of the 40s but we made it, boston, norwood, plymouth 50 degrees with a southwest wind. that will be the theme for the
the sunshine is still here as we wake up but clouds intermittently through the day and some showers trying to push through. just a slight chance of that. only 20% chance. a look at the 7on7 forecast, 56. mid to upper 50s for highs this afternoon. we'll get a look at the extended forecast coming up in a bit. >> christa: let's switch things over to rich kirkland. good morning, how are you doing? >> rich: good morning, i'm great, so is the traffic. we're live on route 1 because i want to tell you about a trash truck with a brake fire up the road in lynnfield by the christmas tree shop. you'll get by okay. everything else is pretty good. turnpike. white lights coming off the allston, brighton tolls. the expressway is minding its manners and the t is on time. >> jadiann: thank you. 50 degrees outside. we're following breaking news. u.s. officials believe they have killed the isis executioner known at jihadi john.
they're working to confirm whether he was in a drone strike? syria. u.s. and british officials have been tracking the militant for months and over the summer suspected he was hiding in syria. officials say he's the man who beheaded journalist james foley and steven sotloff last year. videos of the murders were posted on line. it's believed jihadi john since 2014. now the day's other top stories, a new hampshire mother and her boyfriend charged in connection with her daughter's death set to face a judge. they provided the 17-year-old, eve tarmey of rochester, with the powerful prescription drug fetten knoll leading to her overdose. police in plymouth are trying to determine what killed the malden teen whose body was found on a beach. people discovered quispe-almendro's body thursday.
october 17th. >> christa: three players on the u.s. mass boston soccer team face punishment accused of selling troubling tweets. victoria warren, it seems they're taking aim at taylor twellman. >> they are, there was an exchange of tweets that went back and forth and campus leaders are not happy about this and they say these tweets are in no means any indication of how the university feels. a soccer career cut short by head injuries. when taylor twellman, who used to play with the new england revolution took to twitter to applaud new rules, not everyone cheered. several members of the you mass soccer team went on a personal attack telling twellman he should quit life. twellman suffered a series of
new rules, he tweeted: the umass players shot back tweeting: twellman then tweeted: the university came down hard saying three players were responsible for the hateful tweets and the school won't tolerate it. a statement says umass boston applauds taylor for the work he's doing to raise awareness of head injuries in soccer. campus leaders say the three student athletes will face some type of disciplinary action but they did not provide details on what the discipline will be. live from umass boston, victoria warren, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: police issued arrest warrants for three people from plainville in connection with the theft of three puppies from a kennel in hollisston. the suspects are charged with receiving stolen property.
they're investigating who was behind the break in. and a corrections worker arrested for allegedly bringing drugs into a prison in new hampshire. police say charles hanson brought in $67,000 worth of drugs for inmates. the 49-year-old was working as a chef and was released on bail. he'lling back in court next month. more arrests could be made as the investigation continues. >> jadiann: we're following more news. just days after new york's attorney general banned daily fantasy sports massachusetts governor charlie baker says he disagrees. websites such as draftkings and fanduel were deemed illegal because they say it's a form of gambling. governor baker weighed in thursday. >> i don't think it's gam bridge. it's a game of skill. i have played the free game that's available just to get a sense for how it works. >> i don't think it's gambling. >> massachusetts attorney
general maura healey is reviewing the sites to see if they violate laws. draftkings will continue to allow new yorkatories play while they explore all legal possibilities. the mbta revealed the new actual designs for the cars on the red, green and orange lines. people voted on line and the t announced the winners tuesday but the mbta withdraw the designs for the red and green line cars because of a suspected case of ballot stuffing. the green line trolleys will be in boston in 2017. >> christa: just ahead, a judge ordering a couple to give up they're caring for. why he says the girl would be else. >> jadiann: check your pantry, the potential choking hazard leading campbell he is's to recall thousands and thousands of cans of spaghetti owes.
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>> a lesbian couple in utah is fighting for their foster child after a judge decided that the child was better off in a home of a straight couple. the judge ordered the one-year-old be removed from the home after spending three months there saying he had concerns two women. the division of child and family services plans to fight for the couple. >> they know how to parent children. we want to do what's right for the kid. >> the couple has two other children of their own. >> jadiann: a mother in florida is outraged after school administrators threatened to file sexual harassments charges against her young son for giving a love note to his crush. school officials say the fourth grader wrote more than one note and they were unwanted so it boards on harassment. his mother says it was a very sweet note but other students
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>> christa: 5:45. how happy are you that it's friday? >> jadiann: very happy. >> christa: we made it, everybody. time to cheer. starting things off with a little "know and go." >> jadiann: everything you need to know and go first up. bri eggers in for j.r. we love having you here. >> bri: thank you. happy it's friday too. the theme will be wind but not rain like the last couple days. believe it or not it has been a dry month. you wouldn't believe it if you think about the last couple days. precip has been .65, an inch below where we should be. more dry weather the next seven to ten days. there might be a slight exception today but only a 20% chance of showers. waking up to mostly clear skies. clouds will move in interadmit enteredly but the showers to the
northwest of us. some of that tries to work in into the afternoon. the best chance will be between 2:00 and 5:00 this afternoon into the early evening, possibly a spot shower. again, only a 20% chance of that but you can see in points northwest of worcester, there is a chance for even flurries overnight tonight. the temperatures will be cold enough in the higher terrain, worcester hills, possibility for flakes. not snowfall, just few flakes. 20% chance for spot showers then dry through the weekend. current temperatures getting a boost. we moved out of the 40s thanks to the southwesterly flow but it's breezy and blustery out there. the wind will be the theme for the next couple days. wind advisory in effect for cape and the islands this afternoon through tomorrow morning. as well. partly cloudy.
54 to 60 for highs about a cooldown tomorrow and that blustery wind out of the northwest tomorrow will make it the afternoon. you'll want to pack on the layers and then put them away as we get a warmup next week. >> jadiann: let's head out to >> rich: thank you very much. we're live on route 1 because we have a car -- actually a trash truck with a brake fire in lynnfield, route 1 southbound. you know where the christmas tree shop is. they are putting the fire out and it will be gone by the time you get there. everything else in good shape. the turnpike and a look at the expressway, so it's a pretty on time. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: here at 5:45. we have breaking news to pass along from overseas. u.s. officials are assessing the results of this air strike in syria targeting jihadi john. they believe that the terrorist
was killed in that attack. >> jadiann: the british man is suspected in the beheadings of american journalists including james foley. jennifer eagan is live in rochester where foley's family lives now. >> reporter: jadiann, the terrorist known as jihadi john first appeared in a video on line back in august of 2014. it showed the murder of james foley. u.s. officials are working to confirm a u.s. drone strike in syria killed the isis militant, mohammed emwazi. according to reports emwazi was tracked carefully and was riding in a vehicle at the time of the attack. officials say emwazi was the masked man in several videos showing isis hostages executed. the first was the murder of james foley. he grew up in wolfeboro, new hampshire. his parents live here in rochester. he had been captured in syria in november 2012. he was believed to be the first american killed by isis. two weeks later another video
u.s. journalist steven sotloff. officials believe emwazi murdered at least seven hostages since last year including a british aide worker. british prime minister david cameron spoke moments ago. >> he was intent on murdering many more people. so this was an act of self-defense. it was the right thing to do. today i want to thank the united states. the united kingdom has no better friend or ally. >> reporter: right now cameron and u.s. officials are still working to confirm that emwazi was in fact killed in this attack. we're live in rochester, new hampshire, jennifer eagan, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: police are searching for a robber on the run up in exeter, new hampshire. in fact officials say the man you see stole prescription drugs from a walgreen's. he handed the pharmacist a note demanding oxyand took off.
if you have information you are asked to contact police. a man was arrested in dorchester after police seize a gun and drugs from his home. police found nearly $2,000 in cash after searching the home on abbott street. the man has been charged with unlawful possession of a firearm and intent to distribute cocaine. the mother to sparked and amber alert by taking her infant son from pennsylvania to boston to seek medical treatment has been denied custody. a judge declined tiffany cherry's request to regain custody of when her children. the boys will continue to live with relatives until january. cherry says she took her sick infant to boston children's hospital so he could receive better treatment. >> jadiann: now a story you saw first on 7. an mbta bus driver talking about how simple words may have saved a local veterans life. the driver waved down
passenger held a knife to his neck and threatened to kill himself. the officers didn't use their weapons to disarm the man. >> i was pretty much trying to have a conversation with him to keep him at ease and he was telling me all the stuff he's been through. >> the simple words thank you for your service was what it took for him to put the ax down. >> the veteran is facing an assault charge. a judge ordered him to undergo a mental health evaluation. the lead singer of the band great white on stage since the nightclub fires is working on a documentary. he says it will be his way of apologizing to the victims and families. 100 people were killed, 200 injured when pyrotechnics used by the band burned the building down in 2003. >> christa: today in new york, a state prisoner the subject of a three week long manhunt will be
david sweat escaped from the clinton correctional facility along with richard matt. sweat was serving a life sentence without patrol and is now charged with escape and promoting prison contraband. >> agreeing hardy playing defense. transcript of a conversation hearing between the nfl, the florida players association, hardy and his legal team. nancy chen is in the newsroom with the details. >> this 126 page transcript of hardy's meeting with the nfl and the player's association. the meeting led to hardy's reinstatement. his lawyers said the woman tripped and fell ending up with bruises. the transcript shows his lawyers describing the accuser as suicidal. in 2014 hardy was convicted of choking his ex-girlfriend, slamming her into the bathroom wall and throwing her on a bed covered with assault weapons.
that was later overturned on appeal. two weeks after the meeting hardy signed a one-year deal with the dallas cowboys. live in the newsroom, nancy england." >> jadiann: new details in the arrest of ryan jared fogle. prosecutors asked the judge to sentence him to 12.5 years in prison and a lifetime of supervised probation. fogle will be sentenced thursday on possession of child porn and engaging in sex with a minor. >> the surviving victims of a deadly balcony collapse in california filed lawsuits against the building manager. the previous tenants reported seeing mushrooms on the balcony indicating the support beams were rotting about you the manager did not close off the structure. six college students were killed when the balcony collapsed in june. >> jadiann: police fired the florida officer to shot and killed a man whose car was broken down on a highway last month. an attorney for the family of
for a tow truck when a plain closed officer confronted him. officials haven't given a reason for the termination. >> christa: a recent report showing a startling rise in the number of children diagnosed with autism. the national center fortlet statistics says one in 45 kids in the u.s. has been diagnosed with the disorder. this is dramatically different from previous estimates of one in 68. it could be because they changed how they asked parents about the developmental delays in children. >> we're asking questions better and people are aware of the diagnosis and using that label and perhaps this is a label or diagnosis being used instead of other diagnoses used in the past. >> christa: researchers say over the years the definition of what conditions fall under the autism spectrum has infact broaden.
>> jadiann: on 7news, campbells soup announcing a recall of spaghetti owe. they're reallying 355 cans. small pieces of red plastic from the can lining have been found in small numbers. the recall applies to cans with date february 22nd, 2017. stamped right there on the bottom. another recall, this one involving lawn care. a fire hazard prompted steel to recall edgers, trimmers and brush cutters sold from november of last year through this past september. the company says they've received more than 300 reports of fuel leaks. >> christa: in the buzz, david hasselhoff, known as "the hoff." there's word he might have officially changed his name to david hoff. the 63-year-old had been wanting to drop the hassle from his life
the baywatch star has used that nickname, "the hoff," for a long time but there was speculation it might have been a publicity thing. >> jadiann: it's a hassle to change your name. >> christa: very nice. >> jadiann: james taylor may have boston his mind. that's because the grammy winner is returning to fenway. taylor will perform august 3rd. jackson brown will be a special guest. tickets go on sale friday. >> christa: we're going to bri eggers for a check one last time in the 5:00 a.m. hour for your forecast. >> bri: i love that we're looking forward to something happening in august. spring is only 128 days away. partly cloudy skies, wind is back with us, 54 to 60 so a boost in temperatures overnight. falling near 40 degrees for most locations. slight chance of showers, possibly flurries into the higher terrain north and west of worcester. the 7on7, we slowly climb back to 60 next week. >> christa: all right, another
jeb bush: leadership means you've got to be all in. it's not about yappin'. it's not about talking. it's about doing. i know how to do this because i was privileged to serve in florida for eight years. and we turned the systems upside down that weren't working. 1.3 million new jobs were created. we cut taxes every year. income rose in people's pockets. people were lifted out of poverty. children started to learn. as president of the united states, i pledge to you that i will solve problems. announcer: right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. >> christa: breaking news. one of the most wanted men in the world targeted by u.s. air strike but did it kill jihadi john. >> jadiann: a local high school student found dead in a motel
room. why her mother is facing charges. >> i would below up the pipes, the refineries, every single inch. this would be nothing left. >> christa: donald trump goes off talking isis and blasting his closest opponent in an epic speech. >> jadiann: a wild scene at the car wash. a manager caught spinning out of control. >> christa: lights, camera, affleck. we catch up with the actor as he goes back in time in the bay state. exhale. it's friday. i feel like stretching. you've been doing that all >> jadiann: i have to do something to wake up and i'll point out it's pancreatic cancer awareness so we're wearing purple in support of that. >> christa: we want to also bring in meteorologist bri eggers who has been with us this week helping us out while jeremy >> bri: thank you. he'll be back on monday, bringing a warmup so we'll be glad to have him back.
we're in for sunshine. if you've been missing that the last couple of days. we needed that rainfall. clouds will be off and on, partly cloudy skies for the most part through today but we may have a slight chance of a pop shower working into the afternoon. best chance will be the more west you get and also near the mass pike. but here you go, between 3:00, 5:00 p.m. this afternoon, it will maybe turn on for a second then turn off. 20% chance. slight chance of failures in the higher terrain. we're not talking about snowfall. we're talking about a warmup later next week. we'll get to that extended forecast in a few minutes. >> jadiann: thank you so much. let's head out to the roads and check in with rich kirkland. >> rich: good morning, we are live on route 1 so you can talk about a brake truck fire in lynnfield by the christmas tree shop. the backup is three miles on route 1 southbound. after that, it looks like that. which is not so bad all the way downtown.
there's the expressway. it's slow end-to-end. about a 25 minute ride already on the expressway. 93, the turnpike, route 128, all in good shape. the t is on time. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: we're tracking breaking news overseas. the pentagon is assessing results of an air strike targeting jihadi john. officials here believe the terrorist was killed in that attack. >> the british man is suspected in several beheadings including that of james foley. jennifer eagan is live for us with foley's family lives with more on this. >> reporter: foley had been captured by terrorists. his family hasn't heard from him in two years when a video murder. the man who killed him is dead. this masked man became known at jihadi john, the mysterious figure appeared in a gruesome video made by isis in 2014 showing the beheading of james
foley, a journalist from new hampshire captured in syria almost two years earlier. in the following months steven sotloff, british and american aide workers, a japanese journal us-ist and other hostages were murdered in similar videos. >> we continue to strike the necks of your people. >> western officials identified him as mohammed emwazi, a british citizen believed to have been born? kuwait. officials now believe he's dead. >> u.s. officials are clear, they believe they got him with a drone strike against the vehicle he was in in syria -- isis's self declared capitol but they're not 100% sure. they're looking for confirmation. >> isis has been known in the west for the pop began da videos. the pentagon announced u.s.
air strike in a mission of persistent surveillance saying the military knew it was emwazi when they fired on him. so the u.s. officials say that emwazi was being tracked carefully but, again, they're working to confirm that he was in fact killed in the attack. we're live in rochester, new hampshire, jennifer eagan, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: thank you. now an emotional interview on just one station. >> it's been hard. i've been trying to deal with it and move on. >> the boyfriend of a teenager who died of a drug overdose talking to 7news. the girl's mother faces charges in her daughter's death. nicole oliverio is live with the interview you'll see on just one station. >> reporter: this boyfriend tells us his girlfriend hardly ever talked about home life or her mother. he blames the mother for his girlfriend's death. a new hampshire teenager died from a drug overdose. now the young girl's boyfriend says the people who have have
>> i think the mother introduced her to everything. the mother and the boyfriend. they just got her hooked on it. >> emergency crews called to a rochester motel where the teen was living last month. 17-year-old eve tarmey was unresponsive. she accidentally overdosed on the powerful prescription drug fentanyl. now three people have before an arrest -- been arrested. the girl's mother, the mother's boyfriend and a friend. the mother and boyfriend were in the room when the teen died. >> it's infortunate it occurred with a parent on the scene. >> how could they raise their daughter in that kind of environment? how could they provide that to her? >> friends and classmates created a memorial. eve's boyfriend said she wanted to travel the world. he blames her mother from taking that dream from her. >> eve is the most selfless person you could meet. notice once did she make fun of
she was the nicest girl you could have met. >> the mother, the mother's boyfriend and the friend will be i rained today in court. live in rochester, new hampshire, nicole oliverio, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: the jury in philip chism's murder trial will be seated later today. chism, now 16 years old, is accused of killing his high school math teacher, colleen ritzer. inside danvers high school two years ago. if the jury is seated, opening statements will be made machine monday. new details on the man accused of waving a gun at a woman in medford. a judge ordered gary peoplen tell without bail. he allegedly punched a customer in the face at mcdonald's where he worked. he pointed the replica gun at the woman on 93 in somerville wednesday. the orange tip was painted black making it look real. he pled not guilty.
>> christa: a family is grieving the loss of an 18-year-old after his body was discovered on the beech. josue quispe was discovered thirst. he lived in malden and hadn't been seen since october 17. the cause of death is unclear but his cousin tells 7news family members prayed he would be found alive. >> when the detective called and said we have news for you, i was running and i said well, hopefully they found him, he's fine. he was a good guy. very nice boy. and everybody's sad right now. >> police do not suspect foul play. he would have turned 19 years old this sunday. >> jadiann: new this morning, donald trump on the attack. >> how stupid are the people of iowa? how stupid are the people of the country to believe this crap?
giving an aggressive speech taking on everything from isis to his closest rival. >> reporter: good morning, donald trump did not pull any punches during his speech. he went on a rabbit about -- rant about ben carson among other things. it was his first public event with secret service protection. >> i would bomb the -- out of them. >> he talked about his plan to take out isis. >> i would just bomb those suckers. and that's right, i would below up the pipes, i would blow up everything single inch. there would be nothing left and i would take the oil. >> he included an attack on ben carson, a rant that included accusing him of being a liar and comparing him to a child molesters. >> he said pathological temper
then defined it as a december so he says he has pathological disease. if you're pathological, there's no cure. >> touch stepped away from the podium and flipped his belt buckle up and down to mark carson's story tried to stab someone but was stopped by a belt buckle. he challenged the audience to try to stab him. he told the crowd he can't understand why anyone supports carson. >> how stupid are the people of iowa? how stupid are the people of the country to believe this crap? >> reporter: carson's top aide fired back saying trump is bitter and rambling and says trump likes carson but resents seeing him on the rise. >> christa: a u.s. secret service agent faces charges after he sent obscene messages to someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl. police arrested 37-year-old lee
robert moore after the girl he thought was underage turned out to be an undercover officer. investigators say the agent even admitted to sending explicit messages while he was on duty at the white house. >> jadiann: still ahead, a soccer scandal at umass boston. some players accused of going out of bounds insulting one of america's most well-known soccer stars. >> christa: ben affleck in the bay state joining the mob for a film. >> jadiann: a car wash manager sucked up into the spin cycle. >> bri: wet weather is moving out which means sunshine back in the forecast but so is the wind. we'll get to those details next. >> christa: just continuing to update you on breaking news overseas. the u.s. air strike targeting
the pentagon believes they andrew: the one thing about soccer that i like the most is when i put my uniform on, the age just leaves me. the ages leave all of us. we simply become kids again. i think all of us play for that very reason. it makes us the child we once were. the years just glide away, and i'm back to where i was. you are that little andy guy
>> christa: besides being friday the 13th. today is the final day of rokerthon. i love the three-quarter hat. the remake of the boston tea party here. he was with pete bouchard and they were at the boston tea party museum. pete gave him tea. al through it over. they got it back. roker has been traveling the country trying to break a record for giving the forecast in all 50 states. he's been supporting community food banks. it ends in new york city this morning. some good laughs if you watched that last night. >> jadiann: that's right. if you watched all of it, pete and al had a good time and there was speculation the night team was trying to get a pete marathon going. >> christa: the bouchardathon but, bri, you covered that during this past winter.
>> bri: it's happened. the laughs get funnier and goofier the less sleep we've had. that's the same with pete. that was fun to see that clip. 6:42 for the sunrise. sunset at 4:24. december 13th is our earliest sunset. then -- we're not far off from starting to gain daylight. 38 days. for today, once the sun comes up we'll be able to see it. what a change from the last couple days. mostly clear skies into the eastern half of the state. just really fair weather clouds through the day. puffy cumulus clouds then we'll see possibly a pop-up shower as we get into the afternoon to early evening hours. you can see the clouds every once in a while, intermittent but it takes until 3:00, 5:00, 7:00 for pop showers to show up.
only a 20% chance most of us stay dry. it won't amount to much just like it didn't yesterday. you saw the showers move in and then they were gone before you could stand outside with an umbrella or pop that umbrella open if you were outside. just a 20% chance. we'll take all we can get because it's dry the next 7 to ten days. temperatures around 50. 51 for the city of boston. we'll see warming today. that's also a change from the last couple days. 54 to 60 for highs but the wind is back in the forecast. that's really the main theme through today and into tomorrow. you could see it breezy now. winds between 10 and 20 miles an hour sustained then gusty. through the day today winds come out of the west and then into tomorrow, it's a chilly wind coming out of the northwest. so while our highs tomorrow are even cooler, it will feel like its in the upper 30s with a
wind advisory in effect from this afternoon into tomorrow morning for cape cod and the islands. for gusts up to 40 miles an hour. look how the temperatures drop. we're below normal with highs in the upper 40s but again, pack on the layers because it will feel much chillier then a slow climb next week. >> rich: we have a pretty good ride today. we're live downtown with sky 7. good. what about the expressway? it's slow going end-to-end. it's the only highway with trouble. we had trouble on route 1 lynnfield. traffic is moving better. old number 90, the turnpike, that's a good ride. the t, everything is on time. >> caught on camera, a worker at a louisiana car wash ended up caught in one of the spinning scrubbers.
when the hose on the power washer got sucked into the rotating scrubber. the hose wrapped around the man and he started spinning. he managed to slip out after about 30 seconds and luckily he wasn't hurt but i can expect a lot of wild stories from that 30 seconds. >> christa: a little dizzy after taking that ride. ben affleck is taking on lawrence and taking it back in time because he's going into town and he's working on a new movie set in the 1920's. it was lights, camera and affleck. >> jadiann: locals were turning out to catch a glimpse of the cambridge native. >> reporter: in lawrence, the courthouse has been transformed into a fake. the streets are lined with vintage cars. >> the roaring 20's in lawrence. the hollywood star is acting and
for the movie live by night. town psyched. butcher. they put all these things, ben affleck was here earlier. >> a club restaurant converted into a butcher shop where you get meat for pennies. model t's, vintage bikes and a general store. even the street where it's filmed had to be transformed. >> helping by taking signs down, removing lines that are in the street. >> live by night is based on a novel written by dennis lehane. affleck plays a boston police captain's son who turns to a life of crime. >> i did see ben. >> fans came out not only to see the movie making process but hoped for a star sighting. >> i was hoping to get a little bit closer but my heart floodered a little bit. >> it looks like there will be pleasant more -- plenty more opportunities to see affleck at work. it continues in boston. >> there's a movie going and ben
affleck is right here. god bless america, how many times do you get to see an actor right across from you, somebody as big as ben affleck. >> filming in lawrence will continue today. the next week they they hadh he had over to the north end. in the newsroom, nancy chen, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: so cool to see the old model t's and old cars. >> jadiann: i love it. we've got a couple of cool pictures of him from our reporters here at the newsroom too. neat stuff to see. still ahead, governor charlie baker weighing in on the fantasy sports fight. does he think it's gambling or not? he puts his chips on the table. >> christa: brad marchand taking a hard hit. >> jadiann: rob gronkowski was a tall request.
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>> bri: good morning, happy friday. current temperatures, mid to upper 40s. close to 50 elsewhere. that's a change from the last 24 to 48 hours. partly cloudy skies through the day. the sun will be here also but the wind is back as well. 54 to 60 for highs this afternoon. staying pretty gusty through the weekend. the extended forecast to come in a few minutes. >> christa: the bruins may be without brad marchand for a game as the league may suspend him. he was hit by avalanche captain during the second period of last night's game. the colorado forward received a penalty but marchand sucker punched him. the bruins lost the game 3-2. still don't know in patriots linebacker jamie collins will play against the giants. he has a virus and hasn't been
he's being kept away from gillette stadium and hasn't practiced this week. >> jadiann: bills coach rex ryan returned to metlife stadium to take on his old team, the new york jets. jets fans weren't pleased to see him. some of them burned him in effigy. tailgaters usually burn an opposing injuries but this time -- >> jersey but this time they made it nor specific but rex got the last laugh, beating the jets 22-17. both teams are 5-0, tied for second place in the afc east, 3.5 games behind the patriots. and pats tight end rob gronkowski hand his uncle paul star in a new ad for jetblue. the ad, he tries to convince his uncle, who is a real pilot for jetblue, to let him fly the plane. >> you're my uncle, and you're the chief pilot. it's a no-brainer. >> rob, you noah let that
>> what am i supposed to do? >> throw the money in the sky. >> jadiann: oh dear. jetblue is using the commercial to announce it's the official airline of the patriots. it's the first ad in a five-ad series so there's more. like you called it, gronking to come. >> christa: i guess that's what you call it, twerking, gronking. in flight entertainment. >> jadiann: this is a family show. >> christa: yeah, it is. that's why we cut it right there. 6:26. still ahead, taylor swift is coming out the winner of a lyrical lawsuit. the judge delivering a clever ruling showing she knows her songs well. >> controversial tweets from umass boston soccer players. what they said and who they directed them at. >> jadiann: plus an mbta driver talking to 7news about trying to keep his hatchet wheeling
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breaking news, one of the world's most notorious terrorists presumed dead. why the u.s. is confident an air strike took out jihadi john. >> christa: soccer scandal at umass. the team accused of launching -- >> a local t driver talking about trying to save a veteran in his time of need. >> governor baker weighing in on fantasy sports. >> a user makes it possible to play big papi in a video game. portrayal. >> good morning, it's 630 on this friday the 1st. >> christa: i'm christa delcamp. continues.
absence. >> jadiann: he didn't ask us. >> christa: he's gone and we have bri helping us out. >> jadiann: but we love having bri here. worried. >> christa: no. >> bri: we have the sunshine back with us today so there's good news. rise and shine photos. we would love to see them. send them to us on twitter. it's breezy to windy in some locations this morning and that looks to be the theme today and tomorrow as well. wind advisory in effect for cape cod and the islands this afternoon through tomorrow morning. for wind gusts up to 40 miles an hour. that's a possibility. here's a look at your 7 to 7 forecast. breezy now but the wind will build. while we see sunshine today and also a boost in temperatures, slight chance of a spot shower. we'll run through the timeline and show where it's likely coming up in a just a bit. >> jadiann: thank you so much. let's head out to the roads and check with rich kirkland. >> rich: jadiann, what do you think?
northbound in randolph with sky 7. it's a crash involving two trucks and a car delaying traffic four miles on route 24 northbound. that's just before route 128 so we'll keep a watch of that situation closely. the expressway is not stopping and going all that much as it's slow end-to-end. 20, 25 minutes one end to the other. the turnpike is okay and most of 128, beverly south shore, braintree north is okay. the t says mbta on time. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: let's get you up to speed on breaking news from overseas. a u.s. official says they believe they have killed the isis executioner known at jihadi john. they're working to confirm whether he was in a drone strike in syria. u.s. and british officials have been tracking the militant for months and over the summer they suspected he was hiding out in syria. of course we'll have the latest that as well. officials say he's in fact
the man who beheaded journalist james foley and steven sotloff last year. videos of the murders were posted on line. it's believed he beheaded at least seven hostages since 2014. the other top stories out, a new hampshire mother and her boyfriend charged in connection with her daughter's death will face a judge. they provided 17-year-old evangelique tarmey of rochester with a prescription drug, fentanyl, leading to her overdose. also, police in plymouth are trying to figure out what killed a malden teen whose body was found on a beach. police discovered the body of josue quispe thursday. he hadn't been seen since october 17. investigators don't suspect foul play. >> jadiann: a soccer scandal at umass boston. some players on the team facing discipline accused of sending troubling tweets to a soccer star. victoria warren is live for us at umass boston with the details.
campus leaders are not happy about this at all and they say this is by no means any indication on how the university feels. a soccer career cut short by head injuries. when taylor twellman, who used to play are for the u.s. national team and new england revolution took to twitter to applaud rules in soccer not everyone cheered. several members of the umass soccer team told twellman i should quit life. twellman suffered a series of concussions and on learning of the new rules for youth soccer he tweeted: the umass players shot back tweeting: , twellman then tweeted: f. the university came down
responsible for the hateful tweets and the school won't tolerate it. a statement says: campus leaders say the three student athletes will face some type of disciplinary action but they did not provide details exactly on what the discipline will be. live from umass boston, victoria warren, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: now a story you saw first on 7. an mbta bus driver talking about how a few simple words may have saved a local veterans life on veterans day. he waved down two police officers working a construction detail. after the passenger held a hatchet to his neck and threatened to kill himself. the officers didn't use their weapons to disarm the man. >> i was pretty much trying to have a conversation to keep him at ease and he was telling me all the stuff he's been through.
>> the simple words thank you for your service was what it took for him to put the ax down. >> a judge ordered the man to now undergo a mental health evaluation. >> days after new york's attorney general banned daily fantasy sports, massachusetts governor charlie baker says he disagrees. new york's attorney general announced draftkings and fanduel are illegal because regulators say it's a form of gambling. governor banker weighed in on. >> i don't think it's gambling. it's a game of skill. i do not. i have played the free game that's available just to get a sense for how it works. >> i don't know. >> massachusetts attorney general maura healey says she's reviewing the sites to see if they violate any laws. >> christa: still ahead, new this morning, alarming information about autism rates in the country. a survey finds a jump in the number of children on the spectrum.
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>> jadiann: the new video game fallout 4 allows people to play in a post apocalyptic boston and you can play at big papi. a independent developer created it putting david ortiz in the game. he appears in his sox uniform but major league baseball is objecting. officials say it infringeses on the league and team trademarks. football fans watching last night's bills, jets game couldn't tell the two teams apart. they wore all red or green. those who are colorblind couldn't differentiate. reporters say 8% of men or 13 million americans are
colorblind and red, green color blindness is the most common type. >> christa: for the rest of us it was like christmas came early. >> jadiann: that too. >> christa: a judge in california issuing a rocken ruling in a lawsuit against taylor swift. another singer accused swift of stealing his lyrics for her song shake it off so a judge used swift's lyrics to dismiss the case. here's how she did it. she wrote the complaint has a, quote blank space. the plaintiff may discover mirror pleading band-aids won't fix the bullet holes but for the moment defendants have shaken off the lawsuit. >> jadiann: well played. very clever. the day's top stories, donald trump under leashed. he goes off on everything in an epic rant on stage. >> we're live in rochester, new hampshire. a teenager dice dies from a drug overdose, her mother is in court
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u.s. air strike targeting the terrorist. >> a teenager found dead of a drug overdose in a new hampshire hotel. hear why her boyfriend says the girl's mother is to blame. >> donald trump going off during a bizarre iowa campaign stop. plus a former soccer star receives troubling tweets. why the blame is put on some umass boston soccer players. >> here we go. we made it to friday officially. it's time for your top stories. >> jadiann: everything you need to know and go. starting with traffic and weather. >> bri: so excited the sunshine is back today after a couple of sort of dreary days. we needed the rainfall. we start out bright today. we will not be without clouds today. you can see the storm system that's well to the north of us is still churning things around and it could make some energy pushing our way. that could cause us to have spot showers into the afternoon. early evening hours. i think best chance between 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. and also
best chance south of the mass pike. again, these showers, if we see them, won't amount to much and they're quick movers. only a 20% chance. overnight tonight, as you get to points into the northwest, berkshires, possibly even the worcester hills, can't rule out the possibility of a flurry. that's just some snowflakes, tyne. >> snowflakes. current temperatures mid to upper 40s. close to 50. finally moving out of the 40s today. winds out of the southwest blustery for this morning and the winds will only strength as the days goes on. wind advisory for the cape and the islands starts at 1:00 and continues tomorrow morning. the wind is back and stays into tomorrow. while the temperatures get a boost today, they drop tomorrow to the upper 40s making is feel closer to 40 more highs. a look at the 7on7 forecast, the warmup is in store. just takes a while to get into. >> christa: we'll wait patiently. thank you.
on to traffic now. rich, there's trouble in randolph, right? >> rich: you're right. we're here with sky 7. you doesn't take much. it's a fender-bender near route 128 but the backup almost three miles, a little bit more on route 23 northbound. that's the story there. here's the expressway. it's nasty just getting word of a three-car crash northbound on mass avenue. just happened. traffic is solid to braintree. also, route 1 very heavy. the reason for this, that bright low sun this morning in revere backing traffic up into saugus. route 1, i should say the turnpike, is all right. 28 is okay and the t is all right too. >> jadiann: we're following breaking news. officials at the pentagon believe they've killed isis executioner jihadi john. they say they're waiting to get official confirmation. >> the british man is suspected in several beheadings including
let's go to jennifer eagan in rochester, new hampshire, where the family lives. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. jihadi john's real name is mohammed emwazi. he first appeared in a video on line in august of 2014 showing the murder of james foley, from new hampshire. right now officials are working to determine if a u.s. drone strike in syria killed the isis militant. according to reports mohammed emwazi was tracked carefully and was riding in a vehicle at the time. officials aemwazi was the masked man who appeared in videos showing isis hostages being executed. the first august 2014 showed the murder of james foley. rochester. 2012. he was believed to be the first american killed by isis. two weeks later another video appeared showing the killing of steven sotloff. officials believe emwazi
since last year including a british aid worker. britain's prime minister spoke a short time ago. >> he was intent on murdering many more people so this was an act of self-defense. it was the right thing to do. today i want to thank the united states. the united kingdom has no better friend or ally. >> reporter: to be clear, david cameron and u.s. officials are waiting to confirm that emwazi was in fact killed in the attack. we are live in rochester, new hampshire, jennifer eagan, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: now an emotional interview on just one station. >> it's been hard. i've been trying to deal with it all and move on. >> the boyfriend of a teenager who died of a drug overdose is talking to 7news about how the teen's mother is charged in connection with her death. let's go to nicole oliverio. you have much more of this interview for us now.
>> reporter: a sad story. this boyfriend says his girlfriend rarely spoke about her mother and didn't realize how serious the problem is. now he says the mother is responsible for his girlfriend's death. the 17-year-old's mother, her boyfriend and their friend were are arrested and charged with contributing to the death of 17-year-old eve tarmey. last month emergency officials were called to a rochester, new hampshire, motel where the teen was living with her mother and her boyfriend. she was unresponsive. tarmey died from an accidental drug overdose from the prescription drug fentanyl. eve's boyfriend says she wanted to travel the world and he blames her mother for taking that dream away. >> i think the mother introduced her to everything. the mother and the boyfriend. they just got her hooked on it and kind of kept her prisoner there. >> reporter: all three people are expected to be arraigned
later this morning in district court. live from rochester, new hampshire, nicole oliverio, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: the jury in philip chism's murder trial is expected to be seated today. chism, now 16 years old, is accused of killing his high school math teacher colleen ritzer two years ago. if the jury is seated before the end of the day opening statements in the case will be made monday. >> christa: police in plymouth trying to figure out what killed a malden teen whose body was found on a beach. they found josue quispe's body thursday. right now investigators don't suspect foul play. the mother who sparked an amber alert last month by taking her infant son from pennsylvania here to boston's children's hospital has been denied custody. according to the globe, active i didn't cherry's two boys will continue to live with relatives until at least january but she can visit. she says she took her child here
donald trump going off. the g.o.p. candidate unloading on presidential rival ben carson in quite a speech. here's nancy chen. i guess he talked about an hour and a half. >> he did. donald trump did not hold back in iowa last night. he went on a ten-minute rant specifically about isis and his closest rival in the polls, ben carson. he called carson's path pathological temper incurrable similar to a child molester. >> he said he went after his mother with a hammer. he wanted to hit her on the head or he hit her in the head or wanted to hit her in the head. so he's a pathological, damaged, temper, a problem. i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me.
i would bomb those suckers and blow up the pipes. every single inch. >> at one point he flipped his belt buckle up and down mocking carson's story he once tried to stab someone but was stopped by a belt buckle. he says that wasn't even possible and challenged the audience to try stabbing him. the top aide for carson says trump was bitter and rambling. >> jadiann: a secret service agent faces charges after he allegedly sent obscene messages to someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl. police arrested 37-year-old lee robert moore after the girl he thought was under age turned out to be a police officer. the agent even admitted to sending explicit messages while on duty at the white house. >> christa: a soccer scandal at umass boston. players on the team face discipline, accused of sending star. let's go to victoria warren live
this for us. >> reporter. campus leaders definitely not happy about this and they want to make it clear this is by no means an indication of how the university feels. so these three soccer players for umass boston are accused of taking to twitter to tell soccer star taylor twellman he should quit life. it comes after twellman praised new youth soccer rules banning headers. twellman once played for the u.s. national team and new england revolution but a series of concussions cut his career short. twellman called the players amateurs and their behavior disgusting. university officials have promised disciplinary action against the three student athletes. from umass boston, victoria warren, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: a recent report showing a startling rise in the autism. one in 45 kids in the u.s. has been diagnosed with the
that's different from previous estimates of 1 in 68. researchers say it could be because they changed how they ask parents but developmental delays. >> christa: anger in utah where a judge has taken custody of a foster child from a lesbian couple deciding the 1-year-old was better off in a home of a straight couple. social workers say they'll fight for the couple who have two children of their own. >> campbell's soup recalling spaghetti yos. it applies to cans with date february 22, 2017. stamped on the bottom of the can. disappointing news from a teenager from easton. we reported this before. brian hartman's mother wrote on facebook he did not win the trip to paris to join the band on stage tomorrow. brian, who was pulled up on stage at the garden over the
summer was one of 85 fans up for the prize. experience. >> christa: once a lifetime thing. filming for ben affleck's new movie continues today. locals came to catch a glimpse of the cambridge native thursday. they shot a bank robbery and car chase scene with the vintage cars. filming moves to the north end next week so they had to bring out the umbrellas today their affleck gazing. >> jadiann: the weather fit the scene. >> bri: it did. the dreary days were neat for all of us. we were waiting for the rainfall and needed it. didn't get out of deficit but we have time. partly cloudy skies, the wind is back but the sunshine is too. 54 to 60. we get a dip in the temperatures tomorrow. pay attention to that because it will be windy tomorrow as well making 48 as a high feel more like 40. but the warmup is in store for next week.