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first up, it is your weekend. you want to know what the weather like. chris lambert joins us with big week in store. we have thanksgiving less than a week away. >> high pressure dominating the skies november 21st feeling like november 21st. outside this morning upper 30s to 40 in the city of boston through the suburbs back to metro west. freezing and 32. these numbers lot colder than it was yesterday morning by about 10 to 20 degrees. more typical for this time of year. average high 50 degrees. it will be close to us this afternoon. how about some patches of mid to high level clouds that have worked on through to mix in with the sunshine. beauty of the sun rise. sending this in from earlier this morning. bright and vivid oranges and reds in the sky line shot there looking east. we do enjoy mix of sun and clouds.
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into the upper 40s to near 50 this afternoon. perfect football weather tonight at fenway park. how many times did you say that fenway park. few showers coming up. breaking news. police confirming a former baby-sitter has been arrested after a 2-year-old girl was taken from her home. police have charged abigail hannah with kidnapping sweulz several other assault charges tpp 2-year-old girl, little girl you saw there on your screen was found hours later miles away on the side of the road. tim caputo with the very latest. >> reporter: in the middle of the night someone snatched 2-year-old from her home. at 7 a.m. police received a frantic phone call from the little girl's mother. within minutes police search dogs searched the neighborhood. >> i could see out my window police cars going up the street.
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the newspaper and found out a 2-year-old girl was missing. >> reporter: a few hours later, nearly ten miles away the toddler was found naked near a road in raleigh. >> i think i just saw a little baby on the side of the road. she told me i was crazy. i said could have been a doll but i'm gonna spin around. >> reporter: they were driving to work when they spotted the toddler sitting in a pile of leaves. >> her head was down and she was shivering. so i took my coat off, put it around her then brought her into the car. >> reporter: the crosby ies said she told them her name. she had a big confusion on her head with a big red mark. and it looked like somebody chopped her hair off or shaved her head. >> reporter: she also had cigarette burns on her body. she was taken to children's hospital in boston as investigators converge on her
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home and the wooded area where she was found to find out who would do this to a toddler. >> we're trying to put the pieces together now. in new england. >> neighbors were shocked that something like this happened in that quiet area where they live. kimberly bookman has more on this disturbing crime. >> reporter: when close to 30 investigators, local police, state troopers and under cover officers extended on raleigh, people living along the heavily wooded street that's usually quiet knew something was up. >> any time something happens out here it's a big deal. >> reporter: bob morris went out for a walk when he saw a couple stop on the side of the road. he thought they were lost. >> they were looking around. they were there for awhile. then all of a sudden everybody came in behind them. >> reporter: but it wouldn't take long for word to spread that the missing child from hamilton was discovered on a pile of leaves in their neck of the woods.
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girl in the street up here. they thought it was a doll at first, it was so small. >> reporter: canines were brought in to look for evidence while police went door to door to ask for security camera footage and to interview neighbors. as the crime tape went up, the sense of calm people living here fell by the way side. >> very upsetting to see it in your own neighborhood. >> reporter: kimberly bookman, 7 news, today in new england. breaking overnight. fire damages a building in hyde park. we have video this morning. happened on river street early today on the porch of that building. red cross is helping out four adults and two children who were living there. no word yet on what caused the fire or if anyone was hurt. right now officials are piecing together what happened in northern african nation of mali after gunmen stormed a hotel there. among those killed was a massachusetts native. her family says they are saddened by what they are calling senseless act of violence. just a week after paris, another
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terrorist attack. this one in mali targeting the radisson blue hotel in the capital. an al qaeda linked group that is not isis is claiming responsibility. we have learned that an american killed was born in western massachusetts. sher family released a short statement. >> we are devastated by the loss of our wonderful daughter. we have no further comment at this time and ask that you respect our privacy. >> reporter: on pride swat teams hotel. inside they found a war zone. at least three gun men armed with grenades and assault rifles holding more than 170 hostages including a dozen americans. the terrorists released anyone who could prove they were muslim by reciting a declaration. killed. moving. upstairs guests barricaded
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finally more troops arrived who got help from two special american forces soldiers who happened to be nearby. the attack lasted all day until the security forces were able to overtake and then kill the gun men freeing the hostages. but for many it was too late. 19 were dead including one american. president obama condemning the attack in mali on friday. he was sleeping at a business meeting in malaysia at the time. he promised to help the people of mali fight terrorism in that country. he wanted to remind everybody that terrorism affects the entire world. >> like the heinous attacks we saw in paris, this is another awful reminder that the scourge of terrorism threatens so many of our nations.
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stiffens our resolve to meet this challenge. >> the president also extended families. we have a developing story belgium's government said at least one suspect in the attacks in paris may be at large somewhere in that country. there is a serious terror threat in brussels. officials are urging everyone there to avoid places where large groups gathered such as stations. the increase in the alert level comes as authorities continue searching for this man they believe he is one of the leaders behind the paris attacks. police say that that the 26-year-old is on the run somewhere in belgium. he is accused of renting a hotel room where the attacks were prepared. police in boston say one person is dead after a shooting near a
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the second victim was taken to the hospital. we have more on this story. >> reporter: this parking lot on center street in jamaica plain the scene of a deadly shooting. >> we heard about six shots. nearby. said he was taking a nap when up. >> heard someone yelling. >> reporter: police say it happened around 6:00 friday evening. they say several people were in a car when somewhere outside of the car opened fire killing one person and injuring another. >> there's a kid outside the apartment on the ground. kid 16-year-old laying on the ground and shot. stomach. you could see a shot in the stomach. there were people on the streets. told us poor kid on this side of the street that shined ahead.
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>> reporter: a scary sight they won't soon forget. >> i was shocked myself just thinking about it. england. trouble on the tarmac for a california flight with new jersey governor chris christie on board. that plane was bound for boston but had to wait a few hours on the ground to take off after a flight. chris christie finally stepped off the plane. >> i didn't see what went on. involved. i was sitting far away from him. >> reporter: new jersey governor chris christie finally landed in boston after a person was kicked off his flight in san francisco for taking cell phone pictures of the flight crew. >> i'm proud of the fact that folks on my staff observed it and let the flight crew know. >> reporter: san francisco police say that passenger was taking cell phone pics of the flight crew.
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christie said one of his aides saw the man's phone and told police they saw a picture of it with wires sticking out. the passenger was then taken off the plane and the flight was delayed. >> i did see a lot of commotion. attendants were going back and forth. christie was also in first class. he was just two rows behind me. seemed very calm. it wasn't clear what was happening. >> reporter: christie's campaign released a statement that read in part at no point did governor christie interact with his passenger nor did this passenger pose a verbal or physical threat to the governor. >> the most important thing was, it was a full flight and everybody is safe. during the current atmosphere, you can never be too careful. having the folks we have on board helped it and that's all that really matters. >> reporter: 7 news today in new england.
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45 people in six different states sick with ecoli. most have been in washington state and oregon. now some people in california, minnesota, new york and california have also been affected. investigators say common menu item or ingredient is to blame but they can still not figure out the source of the ecoli contamination. california zoo still searching for this fellow. a red panda that escaped from its enclosure. they found three pandas. a 16-month-old was missing. the zoo is extremely concerned for its safety. this is a creepy story out of tennessee. straight out of an sci-fi story. spiders have invaded a neighborhood and are blanketing the grass and homes with their spider webs. it's bizarre and causing problems for the homeowners. take a look. >> reporter: this isn't frost or
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in this memphis neighborhood. >> i have never seen. never seen nothing like this before. >> reporter: turns out the ground cover is a finely spun home for spiders. >> it's a spider web almost a mile long. full of spieders. >> reporter: not quite a mile long but nearly a half mile filled with thousands of spiders. they aren't home bodies staying in the web, they like to travel. >> they're in the air, they're flying everywhere, they all on windows. when i got up this morning it was like spiders all on my door. they were coming in my house. you can even sit in her house because they're on the wall, on the door. we've been killing spiders for about an hour now. >> reporter: efforts to get rid of the spider byes neighbors is slow going. porch. >> reporter: they're worried this real life creature feature
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the city to fix it. >> clean this area up and spray for these spiders. kids be out here running around, a spider could bite one of the kids or anything. >> reporter: while they wait for help, neighbors are taking spider extermination into their own hands. >> look up there. >> reporter: one spider at a time. >> gives you a little crawling feeling all over. experts say these spiders aren't necessarily a bad thing and there's nothing the neighbors should be worried about. next up on 7 news in new england new york city getting in the holiday spirit a little early. is it ever too early though? find out where you can enjoy these over the top christmas displays that are already in place. friday was national adoption day. this is a story you won't want to miss.
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it's 8:19. the sun shining bright
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traffic moving in and out. lovely to see. it is cold. it is november 21st. it's seasonal. it's what we can expect. >> we expect temperatures close to 50 degrees in the afternoon. this time of year will be near 50. boston 36. 38 in norton. at times it's been filtered out. all in all enjoying a nice quiet start to this november morning. winds fairly light out of the north. it has dragged in some of the cooler air. little breezier down through the cape and the islands. one patch of high level clouds. pretty good day. we'll call it partly to mostly sunny skies. then look west of us what's been going on. how about snow back through portions of the midwest. detroit, chicago. that stretched all the way back through iowa yesterday.
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up over a foot of snow. o'hare airport 5 inches and counting as it continues to snow. if you have a flight out of o'hare check ahead. certainly running delays in that city because of the snow that's been moving through. look at the storm system heading off to the east. it is as of now over the next 24 hours. expecting some additional snow through chicago, back through detroit and lower michigan. however this storm will take a huge turn back to the north and northeast. as that happens, all the snow goes well to the north and west of new england. what we're watching tomorrow is this cold front attached to that area of low pressure that will stretch through southern new england. that will bring us the scattered showers in here. interestingly enough, this front slows down as it closes in on the coast line. there will be a wave of pressure that rides along it. some rain will continue into the
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living south of boston especially from plymouth, cape and islands could be a rainy afternoon tomorrow. whole storm system pulls away on monday. it's monday and tuesday cooler air seeing the mid section of the country will work in. 27 monday afternoon. temperatures hard pressed to get much above 40 monday and tuesday. partly sunny seasonable today. 47 to 51. mid 30s to lower 40s. forecast for tomorrow calling for scattered showers. most north and west will be in the morning hours. we still may see some rain down through southeastern mass. other than that seven day forecast quiet and warming up into thanks giving. it is the holiday season. macy's unveiling its legendary christmas display in new york city yesterday. you know those characters. crowds gathered at the store to watch the peanuts theme display honoring the 50th anniversary of
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brown christmas. what a holiday classic. the annual window display is a tradition and it is a sign that the holiday season is here. >> that it is. still ahead national adoption local. talk about a happy family this holiday season. not so happy at 8:30, startling incident that happened at a local school. some students say they were targeted because of their hair color. and the teen accused of killing his former teacher back in court yesterday as the trial of -- murder trial continues.
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this next story is going to put a smile on your face, i promise. wishes coming true for children all across the nation yesterday including right here in massachusetts. families went out to adopt a child for national adoption day. so family here locally expected to go home with with two children they planned on adopting but that number doubled. we have the very special story from brock ton. >> reporter: a cause to celebrate in brockton. families growing at the commonwealth's 13th annual adoption day festivities. six years ago the sraoe era family adopted a little girl
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she's now 7 years old. since then they fostered two other children who were siblings not related to nicole. jonathan 8 and 5 and planned to adopt them today. but they came to find out that nicole had two siblings of her own, 6 and 5, who were all up for adoption. so now they are adopting four children. >> i encourage everybody to do it. so many kids out there that need homes, forever homes. i encourage people to do it. >> thank you to everyone, social workers, everyone. they don't get enough credit. >> reporter: it's been an family. today tears of joy. >> it touched my heart. i love kids. i love the fact that we have them. tears of joy. >> reporter: right now there are 7,000 children in foster care in massachusetts.
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there are 600 children looking for adoptive parents. outside the brockton district courthouse, nick edmonds 7 news. >> what a special story. coming up here on 7 news today in new england, protests continue over syrian refugees. there was one last night in boston. and the story of a young refugee that he is sending a message to the president. we will share that with you. seasonable start and dry weather to kick off the weekend tomorrow we'll talk showers. also the latest on a breaking story just developing this morning. former baby-sitter arrested now after police say she is the one who kidnapped the 2-year-old
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breaking news. police arresting a former baby-sitter after a 2-year-old hamilton girl disappeared early friday morning. a startling school attack after some students say they were targeted just because of the color of their hair. protests in boston. this over the refugee debate, syrian refugees. the story of a young refugee sending a message to the commander in chief. just after 8:30 this saturday morning. thanks for joining us. so it is the weekend. we know you may have some plans outdoors. let's get right over to chris lambert with a peek of the weekend forecast.
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>> sun is shining. we expect to it be seasonal. it's been warm through much of the fall and even into november. 40 right now. wind out of the north at 8 miles an hour. dew point 24. dryer air mass in place. temperatures responding to that sunshine have risen up so far into the mid 30s to 40s through much of the area. look at the cape. upper 40s. good deal colder than it was this time yesterday by almost 20 degrees. close to 60 in the morning. held there throughout much of the day yesterday. beautiful afternoon across the area once we shook off the rain. patches of clouds at times. partly to mostly sunny skies. seasonable this afternoon. we'll track some showers in here. timing on that in the seven day forecast ahead. breaking news now. police confirming that a former baby-sitter has been arrested after a 2-year-old girl was taken from her home in hamilton on friday.
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police charged 21-year-old abigail with kidnapping as well as several assault charges. toddler was found alive hours later miles away on the side of the road. now a story you'll see only on one station. students at a middle school say why? all because they say of their red hair. their hair color. they say they were targeted because of their red hair. we have more on this story. >> reporter: ginger kids are evil. this episode of south park was schoolers. >> they kick someone. >> reporter: he spent the day running from kids who tried to attack him, his friends and a dozen others. the seventh graders say it was a mob mentality like the snow no child with red hair was spared.
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bleeds, had marks even on their face. >> reporter: by the time the mom got to school for pickup, alex was pretty beaten up. >> he was literally limping out the school door. >> i go instantly to keep that out of my mind. >> reporter: kicking someone is considered assault and said it was, quote, a thoughtless act that was clearly meant to marginalize a group of students. cindy said she can't believe the school never called her directly. >> to specifically pick somebody with a certain hair color it's like picking somebody with a different skin color. >> reporter: the bumps and bruises will heal but what is more concerning the pain that the child is not able to show. >> my child is not happy. i don't want my child harmed. some of these things can do long term damage. >> reporter: susan trend, 7 news today in new england. more news today on the trial of a teen accused of killing his teacher.
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what you see here according to prosecutors was philip chism wearing a mask as he rolls out a bin out of the women's bathroom. investigator says that's where he killed his math teacher and how he moved his body from the bathroom to the woods behind a school. they talked about the aqued killer's movements and seemingly unaffected demeanor his teacher died. she was killed in 2013. investigators found her body in a wooded area. he was chism's math teacher. large crowds protesting outside of the state house calling on governor charlie baker to allow syrian refugees into the state of massachusetts. this comes days after the
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governor wants to know more before he agrees to let any more come into the state of massachusetts. right here in the state there is a 9-year-old boy who lost both of his arms in syrian air strikes. he's sending a message to president obama after the house of representative approved a bill that would stop syrian refugees from coming to the united states. byron barnett has this inspiring story. >> reporter: clutching a pen in his mouth, 9-year-old ahmed signs a letter he's sending to president obama asking for help for his family and for other syrian refugees like him. >> we need help. >> i want to see my family again and for the people wounded and who have no options. >> reporter: ahmed lost both of his arms and three siblings in a syrian air strike. several months ago he came with his dad while his mother and
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refugee camp in turkey. ahmed hopes his letter will convince authorities to allow his family members and other syrian refugees into the u.s. despite what he's been through, ahmed continues to smile. >> if i'm not happy, it will not bring back my brother and sister so i might as well be happy. >> reporter: what does he like most about america? >> the people are so kind and so lovely. >> reporter: the islamic center is assisting him and helping him raised money for advanced medical care. the third grader is attending school and has learned english. >> thank you very much, guys. >> reporter: so amid all the political back and forth about what to do with the refugees, this 9-year-old boy is hoping that through his letter, his voice will be heard and will make a difference. in sharon, i'm byron barnett, 7 news today in new england.
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also on 7, one expecting father finds himself in a bit of trouble after trying to delay his wife's delivery. michael warlang was indicted for calling in bomb threats to a utah hospital. he was trying to buy enough time to make it to the hospital before his wife's c-section delivery. all patients and workers were forced toe vac wait causing obvious problems for scheduled operations. >> it was a major problem for the whole community. we had one that was already under anesthesia. we hadn't started the procedure yet. so that one we stopped. we interrupted. >> that new father is facing multiple charges could be put behind bars for up to ten years. caught on camera now surveillance video catching robbers driving a car right into a gun store in tennessee. the video shows three people driving into that gun shop,
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the whole robbery took about 30 seconds to burglarize that store. robbers took mostly pistols. they were able to get their hands on semiautomatic weapons. police are worried where these guns could eventually end up. >> they're not using it for criminal use, they're selling it or giving it to someone else who will be using that in a criminal act. >> pretty frightening thoughts. police are still looking for the suspects. they are offering a $6,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. still up, we are bringing back class act. chris ta dell camp surprised a young lady in school who is putting others before herself. then in sports, patriots are without some of their key pieces this weekend. you know who they do have? this guy. he'll be suiting it up. can they get it done against the bills. plus take on one of the worst teams in the nba last night.
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8:42. live look outside. this is the sky line. it is a little chilly. it's november 21st. one thing we don't typically expect is to see football at fenway. we're talking about that. >> fenway park this evening. weather looks dry for that. not used to the cool weather so far in november. one of the orange squares here. that's a day. 17 out of 20 days in november above the average temperature. we have really had a strong first half of the month in terms of warm weather. 5.5 degrees above the average. cold front coming in monday and tuesday. it still looks like there's enough warmth that would have in november that this month may
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finish off the top ten warmest novembers in record. 40 boston. 35 worcester. seasonal day. temperatures close to 50 degrees this afternoon. mid to high level clouds filter on in. that will be the case for the rest of the afternoon into the early evening hours. look into the midwest. snow, detroit, out through chicago. close to half a foot in chicago. there have been some locations in illinois back over to iowa and southeastern south dakota that picked up close to a foot of snow, if not more. first glance looks like the system is moving east. watch what happens. makes a turn off to the northeast and north. at least for tomorrow, goes north and west of us into canada. trailing front will throw scattered showers in here through the morning hours. in the afternoon there will be a front that gets hung up just off shore. this may be close to provide more rain across southeastern mass.
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least a chance of rain across afternoon. i think boston north and west in the afternoon we tend to dry things out. 95. jet stream pattern is monday and tuesday. temperatures only close to 40 degrees for high temperatures. then mid to late week going into thanks giving it's friday. dry and mild weather working back in. stormy weather thanksgiving as far as that big wednesday travel day back into the middle part of the country. seasonal weather upper 40s to 50s. scattered showers rolling through here tomorrow. scattered showers. most of the shower activity is in the morning hours across southeastern mass we have some rain lingering into the afternoon especially down through the islands. dry. cold start to the week. moderating by thanksgiving. >> thank you very much. we are excited to bring back
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we've been out asking you to e-mail us about a student or group of students who goes above and beyond the call of typical duty. it could be academics, athletics, something that helps out their community. we've received lots of nominations. a student went out of her way to help another competitor. she is a class act. here's krista dell camp. how's it going? >> reporter: the reason i'm here today is because we do a segment called class act. i'd love to have erika anderson come to the front of the classroom, please. erika, come on over. congratulations. erika anderson runs cross country. she may not be the fastest on the team, but many say she has the most heart. >> she's like a great friend. she helps a lot of people. >> reporter: during one meet, erika noticed a runner from another team who was lost. >> i know she was getting lost. i was on the trail. she went the other way.
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>> reporter: the lost runner also had a developmental disability and erika knew she needed help. >> okay. i'll stay with you. >> reporter: she said it was hard to stay focused on the finish line. >> she was like, can you stay with me? she was holding on to my arm. i was like okay. >> we were waiting for her towards the end. she wasn't coming out. finally we saw her come around the corner. there was another girl with her. i said erika, what's going on? she said well this girl was lost in the woods. >> reporter: erika put the other girl's needs in front of her own. >> i had to help her because she would have got lost. >> reporter: and those who know her say that is just erika being erika. >> i think it was great that she did that. >> she put compassion before competitiveness on that day. >> reporter: that act of sportsmanship definitely made her a class act. >> i definitely didn't know that was coming so i was glad.
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cross country is wrapped up for the season. she can hardly wait for spring to play her favorite sport, softball. do you know a student between 6 and 12th grades doing something amazing, outstanding in school, sports or in the community? we want to hear about it. nominate them online at whdh.com. still ahead celtics didn't have any problem scoring last night. they were all up against the worst team in the league. you may not be able to tell from the look on my face, but i'm very, very hungry. i need something that satiates my tum tum something with just enough
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and now time for 7 sports. >> good morning. rex ryan's mouth may put him in a vulnerable spot at times. it's safe to say no one wants to beat the patriots as bad as rex. it's border line obsessive. you must first knock tom brady off his game. believe it or not the bills may have a quarterback who can go blow for blow with brady. tyrod taylor leads the nfl in completion percentage.
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have come on the ground. >> we see him running for a touchdown or a big 20 yard gain an see him throwing the ball deep. everybody has to be sound. >> even when they scramble, it's a huge problem. we got to go out there and just mask it a little bit. >> celtics hosting the nets at the garden last night. celtics have hope for the future if the nets are this bad. jarrett jack air mailing a pass to the middle of nowhere. boston on the breakout. crowder going for a season high 19 in the game. moved to the second quarter. david lee behind the back pass to thomas. thomas with the three. part of a 13-4 run. celtics up 66-42 at the break. move to the second half boston pouring it on.
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david bradley, he connects from long range. 21 for bradley. boston shooting a season best 58% in route to a 120-95 win. and notre dame hosting boston college tonight at fenway park. irish will be the home team. that's it for sports. it >> will be pretty neat to see that game at fenway. seth meyers has been on saturday night live. now he is a late night host. plus, huge weekend at the box office. preview of the movies that you
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>> tv host seth meyers will have a new late night job. a father. u.s. weekly confirming my kwrers and his wife expecting their first child together. the two got married on martha's vineyard back in 2013. magazine said a source told the couple they are excited to be parents. huge premiere weekend. j. law returning in the final installment of the hunger games. tom hardy doubles his fun in legend playing dual roles. julia roberts seeks revenge in secret in their eyes.
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and of course some comedy. seth ro began, anthony mack ky and joseph gordon levitt in "the night before." lot of action in theaters this weekend. next up on 7 news today at 9:00 we get serious. we have the latest from belgium. the nation is on high alert. we'll tell you why. plus the latest on a terror attack in mali where a massachusetts native was killed. we continue following breaking news here locally. an arrest made after a 2-year-old was kidnapped in hamilton yesterday.
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we're following breaking news for you. investigators charging a former baby-sitter with kidnapping a 2-year-old girl found on the side of the road in raleigh. terror attacks in mali. one american from massachusetts among those killed. high alert now. a european country that shares a border with france placing its capital city on lockdown after a terror threat. plus trouble on the tarmac. chris christie. why his boston bound flight had to turn around before even taking off. captions provided by u.s. captioning company it's 9:00. us. i'm chris anderson. we'll have details on those
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stories plus so much more. first let's get a live look outside. it's a saturday morning. the sun is shining bright. it is november. and there's no rain today. i say today because there could be some on the way. >> we'll be tracking a few showers in here for tomorrow. other than that the seven day forecast looks good. 41 boston. 38 bedford. 50 this afternoon. seasonable day. not much going on here in southern new england. storm system off to the west of us dragging a front through here. kicking off a couple of showers. near 50 this afternoon. no issues at fenway tonight. it will be a cool kickoff. don't see a lot of football at fenway park. end zones painted for the fighting irish as well as notre dame out there. there. good weather. we'll call it seasonable.
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few showers tomorrow. most of the shower activity will be in the morning hours. in the afternoon north and west of boston drying out. especially down through the cape and the islands there may be a steadier rain in the afternoon. that's it. it is dry next week. we start cold then warm up toward thanks giving. we'll talk more about the seven day forecast. we begin with breaking story we have been following. an arrest made in the case of this 2-year-old girl who was taken from her home in hamilton. now abigail hannah of tops field has been arrested and charged with kidnapping. she is also facing multiple assault charges. police say hannah is the child's former baby-sitter and was fired by that family. the little 2-year-old is alive. she is in the hospital as police continue their investigation. tim caputo had a chance to talk with the couple who found this little girl and called police. >> reporter: in the middle of
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the night someone snatched a 2-year-old from her south hamilton home. at 7 a.m. police received a frantic phone call from the little girl's mother. within minutes police search dogs scrolled the neighborhood. >> i could see out my window police cars going up the street. i went across the street to get the newspaper. i found out a girl was missing from lincoln avenue. >> reporter: a few hours later and nearly ten miles away the toddler was found naked and on the side of the road. >> i said i just saw a baby on the side of the road. she told me i was crazy. i said it could be a doll but i'm gonna spin around. >> reporter: the couple was driving to work when they spotted the toddler sitting in a pile of leaves. >> her head was down an she was shivering. so i took my coat off, put it around her and brought her into the car. >> reporter: the crosbies say linden told her her name but
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>> she was alert but had a big contusion on her head. big red mark. and it looked like somebody had chopped her hair off or shaved her head. >> reporter: linden also had cigarette burns on her body tpp 2-year-old was taken to children's hospital in boston as investigators converged on her home and the wooded area where she was found to try to find out who would do this to a toddler. tim caputo 7 news in new england. neighbors from that quiet community are shocked, saddened by this disturbing crime. kimberly bookman has the latest from raleigh where that little girl was found. >> reporter: when close to 30 investigators, state troopers and under cover officers descended friday morning police living along the heavily wooded street that's usually quiet knew something was up. >> any time something happens out here it's a big deal. >> reporter: he saw a couple
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he thought they were lost. >> they were looking around. they were there for awhile. then all of a sudden everybody came in behind them. >> reporter: it wouldn't take long for word to spread that the missing toddler was discovered on a pile of leaves in their next of the woods. tkpwhr someone found a little girl on the street. they thought it was a doll at first it was so small. >> reporter: canines were brought in to look for evidence while police went door to door to ask for security footage. the sense of calm people living here have fell by the way side. >> it's very upsetting to see it in your own neighborhood. >> reporter: kimberly bookman, 7 news today in new england. breaking overnight fire damaging the building in hyde park. we have video of that fire. it happened on river street. you see the charred remains. helping four adults and two children who were in the building at the time. no word on what caused the fire
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also this morning we have learned an american woman who was killed in the recent terror attacks at a hotel in mali is from massachusetts. her family is angry and saddened by the news that she was killed during the attack. they are calling it a senseless act of violence. >> reporter: with a week after pair reurbs another terrorist attack, this one in mali targeting the radisson blue hotel. responsibility. we learned the american killed was born in massachusetts. statement. >> we are devastate # by the loss of our wonderful daughter loves. we have no further comment at the time and ask that you respect our privacy. >> reporter: swat teams made their way to the hotel. three gun men holding more than 170 hostages including a dozen americans.
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the terrorists released anyone who could prove they were muslim by reciting the declaration. those who couldn't were executed. those jihadists killed everyone, anyone that was moving, said the hotel staff. guests barricaded themselves in their rooms. finally more troops arrived that got help from two american special force soldiers that happened to be nearby. the attack lasted hours. but for many, it was too late. 19 were dead including one american. this might not have been isis but now islamic militants are flying the flag of global jihad. 7 news today new england. officials have in mali declared a ten day state of emergency. president obama condemning these attacks, says the u.s. is working to account for all the americans who are in the hotel at that time. we're following another developing story. this one out of belgium. it has ties to terror.
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the highest terror alert. the government said one suspect in the attacks in paris may be at large somewhere in that country and there is a serious terror threat in brussels. they're urging everyone there to avoid places where large people gather. the increase in the alert level comes as letters still search for one of the leaders behind the paris attacks. police believe this man is on the run somewhere in belgium. he is accused of renting hotel rooms where the attacks were allegedly prepared and officials believe he's the one who rented three cars s s used in those attacks. french officials announcing a third body has been found. it is a woman's body. investigators are still trying to figure out who she was. officials also say another woman they already identified as one of the dead didn't blow herself up as previously thought. instead, investigators believe someone else detonated that suicide vest she was wearing.
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police in boston say one person is dead after a shooting near a busy t-stop. jamaica plain. a second victim is still in the hospital. >> reporter: this parking lot on center street in jamaica plains the center of a deadly shooting. >> just heard six shots. one after another. bam, bam, bam. >> reporter: george ortiz was taking a nap when the sound of gunshots woke him up. yelling. friday evening. several people were in a car when somewhere outside of the car opened fire, killing one another. >> some kid outside the apartment on the ground. so we went across the street, seen a young kid, about 16 years old, just laying on the ground and shot. he obviously got shot in the stomach.
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there were people on the street. said a poor kid got shot in the head. >> reporter: a scary sight the people of this community won't forget. >> i'm in shock myself. >> reporter: 7 news today in new england. ahead on 7 news today in new england, sending a powerful message. what a syrian refugee living right here in mass chew sets is now telling lawmakers. colder air back in place but more seasonable dry today. we do track the rain chance in here tomorrow. we continue following breaking news. an arrest made in the case of this 2-year-old girl taken from her home in hamilton. the former baby-sitter abigail hannah charged with kidnapping as well as multiple asaul charges. police say hannah was recently fired by the family. the 2-year-old is recovering this morning at boston
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be glad you're not in iowa. winner starting earlier there. 12 inches of snow have fallen in some parts of that state. forecasters say more snow will continue to fall over the weekend adding a few more inches of the white powder. state officials are asking drivers to proceed with caution when out on the road ways. here locally, no snow to speak of. we have sunshine. little cold.
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little bit of rain on the way. i remember last thanksgiving we had some snow. >> we did. especially the farther inland you went the more snow you picked up. i 95 did have a big old bag of messy mix of that last thanksgiving. this thanksgiving 50s on thursday, wednesday as well. 38 degrees was the low in boston. upper 20s in a lot of the suburbs. sunshine with mid to high level clouds working in. temperatures started to warm up. upper 30s, 40s. even some upper 40s to near 50 down across the cape and the islands this morning. big change since yesterday morning. mid 50s near 60 throughout much of yesterday. today running a good 15 degrees colder than this time yesterday morning. wind back out of the north. it's that northerly wind that's brought in some of the cooler weather. becoming more east this afternoon. we'll hold temperatures close to
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no rain expected today. tomorrow, different story as we do track this system moving through the midwest. yes, snow from chicago through detroit. this will be on going throughout the day an even into tonight across lower michigan. this storm looks like it's moving off to the east. eventually takes more a turn to the northeast and north. that means the snow stays well to the north and west of new england back through canada. however, this area of low pressure has a front attached to it. i do expect scattered showers. front itself gets hung up close to the coast line. it may keep some of the rain around tomorrow afternoon across southeastern mass. i do expect more rain farther south and east you go down through southeastern mass for tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night. some of it may get as close as boston. gonna keep an eye on that. cooler weather and dryer weather prevailing monday into tuesday
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in the middle of the country to work on it. we won't be holding high temperatures in the 20s and 30s but barely cracking the 30 degree mark despite some sunshine. 50 degrees mostly cloudy tonight 34 to 43 degrees. temperatures above freezing. then a few showers tomorrow across southeastern mass. cold. "monday night football" out there at gillette. 29 degrees at kickoff. we do have the core of cold air monday into tuesday. then moderating temperature wise wednesday to thursday. temperatures close to 60 by the end of the week. chris? also on 7 republican presidential candidate chris christie landing safety in boston last night though it was five hours later than he was expected to be here because there was a security scare on board his aircraft. his flight from san francisco was headed to logan.
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be taken off of the plane and he was questioned. >> i didn't see what went on. i never made contact with the guy who was involved. i was sitting far away from him. >> reporter: new jersey governor and republican candidate chris christie finally landed in boston after a person was kicked off his flight in san francisco for taking cell phone pictures of the flight crew. >> i'm crowd of the fact that folks on my staff observed it. let the flight crew know. >> reporter: san francisco police say that passenger was taking cell phone pics of the flight crew. christie said one of his aides saw the man's phone and told police they saw a picture on it of a cell phone with wires sticking out. the passenger was then taken off the plane and the flight was delayed. >> i did see a lot of commotion. attendants were going back and forth. christie also was in first class.
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he was two roads behind me. seemed very calm. it wasn't clear what was happening. >> reporter: christie's campaign released a statement that read in part at no point did governor christie interact with his passenger nor did the passenger pose a verbal or physical threat to the governor. >> it was a full flight. everybody's safe. everybody landed here. got home. in this current atmosphere, you can never be too careful. having the folks we have on board helped it and that's all that really matters. >> reporter: 7 news, today in new england. coming up on 7 news today in new england, he lost his wife in the paris attacks, but now a facebook post he wrote in her memory is giving people strength in the face of terror. plus, a local boy with a message for president obama. he made it out of syria alive. now he is asking world leaders
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>> large crowd protesting outside the state house in boston calling on governor charlie maker to allow syrian refugees into the state. wants to know more about the federal government's vetting process before any more syrian refugees will be welcomed into massachusetts. this morning a 9-year-old syrian
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boy living here in the state is sending a message to president obama. he lost both of his arms in air strikes in syria. his words coming just a day after the house of representative approved a new bill that would virtually stop all syrian refugees from coming into the united states. byron barnett has this little boy's inspiring story. >> reporter: clutching a pen in his mouth, 9-year-old ahmed signs a letter he's sending to president obama, asking for help for his family and for other syrian refugees like him. >> i want to see my family again and for the people who are wounded and who are refugees to have another chance. >> reporter: ahmed lost both of his arms and three siblings in a syrian air strike. three months ago he came to sharon with his dad. ahmed hopes his letter will
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convince authorities to allow his family members and other syrian refugees into the u.s. despite what he's been through, ahmed continues to smile. >> i know being unhappy won't bring back my family so i am going to be happy. >> reporter: what does he know about america? >> people are so kind. god bless them. >> reporter: the islamic center is helping ahmed. the third grader is attending school and has learned some english. >> thank you so much, guys. >> reporter: so amid all the political back and forth about what to do with the refugees, this 9-year-old boy is hoping that through his letter, his voice will be heard and will make a difference. in sharon, byron barnett. ahead at 6:30 on "today in new england" teens targeted. why they were singled out and
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bullied at a local school. talking sports. pretty bright. could be thanks to the people they played last night the brooklyn nets. having a rough year. working out. first up, though, opening their hearts and homes. some new families right here in massachusetts marking national
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wishes coming true for children across the country on friday including here in massachusetts. families coming out to adopt a new child. it was part of national adoption day. one local family expected to go home with two children they planned to adopt. there was a bit of a twist. that number doubled to four. nick evans has this very special story from brockton. >> reporter: a cause to celebrate in brockton. families growing at the commonwealth's 13th annual adoption day festivities. six years ago the viera family adopted a little girl named nicole. she's now 7 years old. since then, they fostered two other children who were siblings, not related to nicole, jonathan 8 and jonalice 5 and planned to adopt them today. but they came to fine out that nicole had two siblings of her own, 6 and 5, who were also up
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so now they are adopting four children. >> i encourage everybody to do it. there's so many kids out there that need homes. forever homes. so i definitely encourage people to do it. >> thank you to everybody. social workers, everyone. they don't get enough credit. >> reporter: it's been an emotional journey for the viera family. today tears of joy. >> it's touched my heart. i love kids. >> reporter: right now there are 7,000 children in foster care in massachusetts. most of those children will be parents. there are still 600 children looking for adoptive parents. outside the brockton district courthouse, nick evans 7 news. next up, she's back and in a big way. adele making her way to late night in the u.s. and she's also promoting her hot new album. dry and seasonable start to the weekend tracking some
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we're following breaking news now. terrible turn in the case of a child abduction in hamilton. a former baby-sitter is now the one charged with kidnapping this 2-year-old child. disturbing case of bullying at a local school. why some students say they were targeting. and a man's open letter to a terror group going viral. he is taking to the internet sending a powerful message to 9:32. thanks for joining us. it is november 21st. itself's your weekend. sun is shining. >> moderating temperatures through the weekend. we'll see that at least for the first half of the week.
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41 boston. 38 bedford. nice day. light breeze out of the north turning in more to the east. it was a beautiful sun rise. this one coming in from earlier this morning. mid to high level clouds filtering on in allowing for plenty of the vivid oranges and reds you saw on the sky line shot. we'll continue to see high level clouds mixed on in. partly to mostly sunny skies. snow chicago to detroit. this storm system moving east. then to the north/northeast. us. trailing cool front with it will spot some showers for the second half of the weekend. seasonable this afternoon. temperatures 40 to near 50. showers for all of us sunday. we are dry next week. starts off cool but nice weather by thanksgiving. we'll talk ab that more. >> all right chris. thanks. we begin with breaking news.
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case of this 2-year-old girl who was taken from her home in hamilton early friday morning. now 21-year-old abigail hannah of tops field is charged with kidnapping as well as multiple assault charges. police say hannah is this child's former baby-sitter. was recently fired by the family. linden albert is at boston children's hospital. she was found on the side of the road. naked with a shaved head. now a story you'll see. students say they were beaten and left bruised all because of the color of their hair. they say they were targeted because they all have red hair. susan tran reports with more on their story. >> reporter: this episode of south park was no joke for some melrose middle schoolers. >> someone would say kick a ginger day and kick someone. >> reporter: he spent the day running from kids who tried to
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attack him, his friend and a dozen others. >> it's a little bit swollen. >> reporter: the seventh graders say it was a mob mentality. >> can't eat in the cafeteria. ginger kids eat in the holloway. >> reporter: no child with red hair was spared. >> some kids were bleeding, had nose bleeds, had marks even on their face. >> reporter: by the time mom cindy constantineo got to school, alex was pretty beaten up. >> he was limping out the school door. >> i go to keep that out of my mind. >> reporter: school sent home a note telling parents kicking someone was an assault. cindy said she can believe the school never called her directly. >> to specifically pick somebody with a certain hair color is the same to me as picking somebody with a certain skin color. >> reporter: the bumps and bruises will heal but what's more concerning, the pain the
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>> my child's not happy. that's the most upsetting part. i don't want my child harmed. some of these things can do long term damage. >> reporter: 7 news today in new england. >> jurors seeing more video evidence yesterday in the trial of a teen accused of killing his teacher in danverse. surveillance video shows philip chism rolling out a recycling bin from the bathroom. investigators say that's where he killed his math teacher. he also moved her body from that bathroom to the woods behind the school using that recycling bin. a state trooper testified chism's finrprints were found on that bin. some of chism's classmates talked about the accused killer's movements and seemingly unaffected demeaner the day his teacher died. she was killed back in october of 2013. investigators found her body in the wooded area covered in leaves. she was chism's math teacher. testimony in this trial
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we have new details on the terror in paris investigation. officials in turkey say they have taken three people into custody who may be linked to the paris attacks. officials in france finding a third body at the scene. that's where they killed the suspected master mind behind the attacks. new video shows the moment a suicide bomber detonated at the apartment earlier this week. but now here's that video. police are saying the woman killed in that raid was not the thought and that someone else detonated that vest she was wearing. man who lost his life in the paris attacks sending a powerful message. he is taking a stand against isis. he wrote a strongly written letter. that message is now going viral. adam williams has the story. >> reporter: while paris mourned this week lighting candles and laying flowers one facebook post expressed the grief and defiance of a nation.
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it was a letter from a person whose wife was killed. >> she was the most fiery brunette in the world. >> reporter: i will not grant you the gift of my hatred. you want me to be scared. you lost. these words instantly shared around the world. >> it's because we all want to be helpful for the world. >> reporter: a message that was also a love letter to his wife written the day he identified her body. i saw her this morning, he wrote. she was just as beautiful as when she left friday night. just as beautiful as when i fell hopelessly in love 12 years ago. he said he is like any father, now trying to comfort his 17-month-old son. >> i feel the pain, the missing, missing his mother. >> reporter: we are just two, my son and me, but we are stronger than all the armies in the world. for his whole life, this little boy will threaten you by being happy and free. he has a message for all of us.
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don't let them win. >> go play. drink some beer. let's go and play. >> reporter: tonight in paris, people are strolling the streets, shopping, drinking wine, just as he hoped. bringing back life to the city of lights. i'm adam williams, 7 news today in new england. >> we're following more knew today. robbers driving a car right into a gun store in tennessee. they smash right through the front. three people, look at that, literally driving right into the gun shop, getting away with 16 weapons in just 30 seconds. robbers took mostly pistols. police are still searching for those suspects and are obviously concerned about where those guns could eventually end up. >> not using it for criminal use, they are certainly selling it to or giving it to someone criminal act.
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>> those suspects are still on the run. police are offering a $6,000 reward for information leading up to an arrest. now a story in tennessee straight out of an sci-fi movie. spiders invading a neighborhood in north memphis, blanketing the grass and homes with their spider webs. homeowners. >> reporter: this isn't frost or morning dew covering the grass. >> i have never seen anything. it's like a horror movie. >> i never saw this. never seen nothing like this before. >> reporter: turns out, the ground cover is a finely spun home for spiders. it >>'s just a spider web. i mean, almost a mile long. >> yeah. >> full of spiders. >> reporter: not quite a mile long, but nearly a half mile. filled with thousands of spiders. and they aren't home bodies staying in the web. they like to travel. >> they just in the air, they
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windows. when i got up this morning, it was like spiders all on my door. they were coming in my house. you can even sit down in her house because they on the wall and on the door. we've been killing spiders for about an hour now. >> reporter: efforts to get rid of the spiders by neighbors is slow going. >> i have seen about 20 on my porch. >> reporter: they're worried this real life creature feature could be dangerous and they want the city to fix it. >> clean this area up and spray for these spiders. just be safe. kids be out here running around. a spider could bite one of the kids or anything. >> reporter: while they wait for help, neighbors are taking spider extermination into their own hands. one spider at a time. >> those shoes work better than
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bug spray. experts say the spiders aren't necessarily a bad thing and there's nothing the neighbors should be worried about. coming up on 7 news in new england, seth meyers is going to have another reason to stay up late. something that i know about and i know you know about, chris. staying up way too late and getting up way too early. ahead. dry and seasonal today.
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quarter of 10:00 on this saturday morning. temperature 41 in boston. that wind out of the north, that north wind becoming more east later on this afternoon.
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to 50 in boston through metro west. mid to upper 40s down across the cape. few towns sneaking into the lower 50s this afternoon. all in all a seasonable day. 50 degrees. we'll be right on top of that this afternoon. mid to high level clouds to mix in with that sunshine. that will be the case throughout the day. so partly to mostly sunny skies. that milky paoerpbs to the sky at times. we don't dip out too much. er is fainely not as much as you're seeing from detroit back to chicago. clouds and big snowfalling down city of chicago over toward snowfall here. throughout the morning hours in chicago and really throughout the day across lower michigan. looks like that storm system is heading off to the east. northeast. still several inches to go in northern illinois and through lower michigan there. they'll continue to track that
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chicago downtown chicago not a lot of snow but you get just outside the city including the airports out there midway through o'hare. they've had several inches of snow. north and west of o'hare they had close to a foot of snow. this storm heading north and east of us. snow remaining across canada. there's going to be a trailing cold front moving through. showers. this phod dill far off to the east. maybe a front that gets hung up closer to the coast line. keeps some rain across the cape. down through southeastern mass for tomorrow afternoon. that's something we'll keep an eye on. monday, tuesday, dry days barely above 40 degrees. then we moderate into mid to late week. high and dry across hung. look at that travel weather. >> chris, thank you very much. still ahead this morning on 7 news in new england.
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patriots are down some of their key weapon bus they are not without this guy, tom brady. tv 12 firing on all cylinders. that may be all they need to take down the bills.
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time for 7 sports. >> rex ryan's mouth may put him if a vulnerable spot at times. no one in the nfl wants to beat the patriots as bad as rex. to take down the pats you must first knock tom brady off his game. that's something no one has been able to do in the last 12 months. they may have a quarterback that can go blow for blow with brady. tyrod taylor leads the league in completion percentage. ground.
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their biggest threat monday. >> you see him running for touchdowns, see him throwing the ball deep. everyone has to be in their spots. >> can just take off. it's a huge problem. just try to go out there and mask it a little bit. >> reporter: celtics hosting the nets. at least the celtics have hope for the future if the nets are this bad. jarrett jack air mailing pass to the middle of nowhere. boston on the breakout. crowder going for a season high 19 in the game. second quarter. david lee. behind the back pass to isiah thomas. nets looking more like the washington generals. thomas with the three. celtics up 66-42 at the break. move to the second half. boston pouring it on. smart kicking it out. david bradley connects. team high 21 for bradley.
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boston shooting a season best 58% in route to a 120-95 win. and notre dame hosting boston college tonight at fenway park. irish will be the home team in first football game played shadow of the green monster since 1968.
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>> topping the buzz now. fans of adele won't be able to stream her new album. 25 was released friday.
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the new york times reports the singer decided not to release that album to streaming websites. her label said it's trying to prevent illegal downloads. first single from the album "hello" is all over the radio. became the first song to sell more than 1 million u.s. downloads in a week. adele is expected to be on "saturday night live" tonight. matthew mcconahey will be your host. sophia vierga tying the knot with joe maganola. wedding is tomorrow set to happen in palm beach, florida. we don't know much about what's in store for the ceremony but the "modern family" star said the wedding cake will be very special. the couple got engaged last christmas. big congratulations to seth meyers. he will have a new late night job. a father. u.s. weekly confirming my kwrers and his wife are expecting their first child together. the two got married back in 2013.
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magazine said the couple is very excited to be parents. they say that now. let's wait until the crying in the middle of the night. we love it though. you have a little girl. 20 months now. >> 20 months now. >> sleeping through the night now. that's the good news. months. partly mostly sunny skies out there near 50. few showers today. steadiest rain across southeast mass. 50 in the boston area. quiet weather next week right into thanksgiving. >> thanks so much. very big week with the holidays coming up. that's our time for this morning. thank you very much for making
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