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just been given a search warrant to enter the home. they're enter viewing people. chris brown and others are being pinpointed by police right now to start of get any questions sorted out here. police were waiting outside of brown's california home for brown while brown initially refused to speak with officers. police helicopters flew over this big mansion. as police waited to get in and waiting to get their warrant. officers were called to brown's house early this morning when they got a call from a woman also threatened her. brown posted several videos since police got out to his house. back in 2009 he pleaded guilty to assaulting his then girl friend rihanna, police will have more information on the incident once they're done speaking with brown and other witnesses. >> they still have to interview the victim and any
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incident that occurred at mr. brown's house. so until we get, discuss in a incident with the victim or the witnesses, we'll be able to give you better information. >> reporter: we can tell you that as we speak, police are saying they don't plan on making an arrest in the case today. could all change. they want to speak with everyone there at the house. we'll keep you posted. adam williams, 7 news. >> jadiann: more breaking news. isis says its spokesman killed in syria. our government not confirming this just yet. the islamic state run news agency says the man was murdered while serving operations to repel the military campaigns in aleppo. there has been no comment or confirmation from washington about this reported death. >> ryan: the victim in the owen la brie sexual assault speak out in an emotional interview. she is going public for the
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girl appeared on the "today" show talking about the assault and how if impacted her live. kimberly bookman has more. >> reporter: she is voluntary revealing her name and fakes she is hoping to pave the way for other victims to come forward let them know they are not alone. >> i was raped. >> reporter: 17-year-old chessy prout sitting down with savannah guthrie talking about her 2014 encounter with owen la brie and the trial that followed. >> i i would have done anything. >> reporter: la brie was convicted of sexual assault but acquitted on felony rape. >> they didn't believe that he did it knowingly, and that frustrated me a lot because he definitely did do it knowingly and, the fact that he was still able to pull the wool over a group of peoples' eyes bothered me a lot and just disgusted my. >> reporter: chessy wanted to return to the prep but trial made it tough.
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that were boys would talk to me. they didn't even look me in the eyes i guess. they were' uncomfortable or what. i don't know remit chessy left st. pauls and the routes failed a civil lawsuit against the school. >> unfortunately, it seemed like the school's reputation became more important rather than supporting our daughter. >> reporter: st. paul's released a statement saying: >> it has been two years now since the whole ordeal, and i feel ready to stand up and own what happened to me and i'm going to make sure other people, other girls, other boys now they can own it and they don't have to be ashamed either. >> reporter: chessy is entering her senior year at another school at another
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changes about a women's bill of rights that helps women feel empowered to stand up for themselves. >> jadiann: maine's governor leaving on apology for leaving an expletive apology. when asked if he plans on finishing his term lepage hint that had he is considering resigning however he tweeted reports of my political demise are greatly exaggerated. the podium before practice. >> come back to be the best i can be just like every other year, every other offseason, i'm going to do the best i can do other these however many days 30 days or so. >> ryan: he is preparing to serve his four-game suspension. the ban takes place at 3:00 on saturday but t.b. 12 is taking it one day at a time. jonathan hall has more on all that. >> reporter: he is hoping
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game but this is obviously not an ideal starts to the 2016 season for tom brady. a gamer, who can't start the first four games. >> i've always been blessed to love the sport. >> reporter: but tom brady, already a legendary nfl quarterback, loves to play, not to watch. so he is not looking forward to sitting out four games and he wouldn't say whether he will stay at home in brookline. >> it would be tough to watc watch. excited to learn and hopefully when i come back in october, i'll be a better player than i am today. >> reporter: brady, his union and talented lawyers tried to convince the federal courts to overturned the commissioner's four-game deflate-gate suspension by dates back to a controversy over football air pressure at the a.f.c.championship game in january of 2015. ultimately brady failed in the effort. he is the leader of this team, so who will step in to
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>> we have a lot of great leaders, i'm very confident so we'll go out there and play with a lot of energy and emotion like we always do. , it will be tough to watch. be fun to watch. >> reporter: brady can practice this week and moneys to play thursday night. but as of saturday, the suspension begins. t.b. 12 won't be back until week five versus the browns. he will be rooting for his understudy jimmy grap blow. >> >> low. >> i enjoyed every gray that we spent with him. i wish him the very best obviously for the team, for him personally, you know, when you see people that it means a lot to you always want them to succeed as well. and you know, it's a, it would be tough to watch. but i'll be excited to watch and excited to learn. hopefully when i come back in oh, i'll be a better player than i am today. >> reporter: brady
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bledsoe got hurt. brady came in the 2001 season, brady came in to win the super bowl. more on those recollections coming up at 5:00, jonathan hall, 7 news. >> ryan: 7 nbc is your home for the pats season opener in arizona. catch the pats and cardinals september 11 at 8:30pm right here. >> jadiann: 7 news tracking trouble in the tropics, hurricane gaston moves out to sea. a different threat is looming just off the coast the outer banks are feeling the effects of the storm bands. mike sidle has more from north carolina. >> reporter: here on the outerbacks of north carolina we're watching tropical depression number 8. it's going to be a brush by. locals are not concerned. >> hopefully it's goes by quick and i can be back at the beach. >> reporter: the worst inform is going to be gusty winds, maybe some locally heavy downpours. later today and tonight. before it makes the turn and heads out to sea on
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the of sand. there is a bit of a burm here but high tide this morning only came up to about here. last night's high tide went up here almost to the life guard stand. this movies out then they're going to watch tropical depression number 9 which is down in the gulf of mexico. this is forecast to track well enough o move shore on friday we don't get any direct impact, but it will be a surf and rip current issue. i'm meteorologist mike sidle, the weather channel >> ryan: here in the northeast. all eyes are on the paths of the tropical depreciation which track will it take? brie has more. >> reporter: we have a lot of eyes on a lot of things in the tropics. this is tropical depression 8 that you just heard about off the coast of north carolina and trying to get itself together. finding that organization, once it does though, expected to increase in strength to a tropical storm
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depressions gets the name. but you see the track not including us in the cone of uncertainty not with this one. hurricane gaston, no direct effect. however, those two things coupled together doing their best to churn up the ocean and that is sending high swells, high waves, the risk for rip current is very high along the north carolina coastline but then up here in new england we do have a moderate risk for rip current. that will continue for the next c something to keep watching if you are headed to the beach. within this week's forecast. now again i mention a lot of eyes on a lot of different things. we still have to talk about tropical depression 9. the track of this a little uncertain at this point and it could actually affect our forecast as we get into the labor day time period. we'll have to talk about that in more detail in a couple of minutes. >> jadiann: dump truck plunges into a pond in lynn. this is cell phone video
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failed. the driver was able to walk out of the pond. the pond was pulled out. >> ryan: troopers say this hot pursuit ended with a wild wreck. steve cooper has all the details here. >> reporter: so this crash carried on for more than 20 miles starting in epping, new hampshire, ending in manchester, new hampshire. here is what is left of the car. this is the suspect's car. while police have the suspect's car impoundedhe suspect himself took off. >> never pulled over. so he was committed to getting away. >> reporter: a police pursuit comes to a crashing end in manchester when the suspect now identified as david cherry, loses control of his for the crown victoria and plows into another car here on bridge street. >> suspect got off at exit 8 which is wellington road in manchester. the bottom of the ramp he
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an innocent vehicle. >> reporter: it began around 3:30 this morning when the 28-year-old was pulled over for speeding by police in epping, and handed over his license p. that is when officers realized there was an arrest warrant out for him for second-degree assault. cherry took off and the chase was on. the guy that had no intention of stopping. >> clearly. no he didn't stop until he crashed. >> reporter: cherry led them down route 125 to 101 either to 95 northbound to nearly a half dozen over stop sticks and punctured a tire before crashing his car. >> it wasn't until the successful deemployment of the spike strips we were able to slow him down. >> reporter: two passengers and a passenger in the car childreny slammed into were injure and police are trying to find cherry. >> if you come in contact with him or you see him, call your local police department. whether it's manchester or call the state police. >> reporter: so the three passengers who were injured
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injuries. police are telling us that anyone that may be helping david cherry hide from police, they could be facing charges as well here as this investigation continues. live in bedford, new hampshire, steve cooper, 7 news. >> jadiann: turning to the race for the white house donald trump making a push. new numbers showing he has an edge on hillary clinton. >> ryan: all this as the f.b.i. expects to release a report on clinton e-mail investigation as early as tomorrow. we get more from handelsman. >> reporter: it's still a national lead for hillary clinton. but donald trump is closer in the nbc news survey monkey poll. 6 points back this week. last week it was 8. 4 points back among independents from 12 last creek. credit trump's new focus. >> him being disciplined and actually go, acting like a regular republican presidential cab date. attacking the person you are facing off against is helpful. >> reporter: looking into
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charity bought access to hillary when she was' secretary of state, eamon analyzed clinton's schedule 09 to 2011. >> the billar and celebrity meetings are relatively rare. you see over and over state department minister. >> reporter: no sign clinton lacking stamina as turn charges now. >> the meeting after meeting conference call after conference call even during the snowstorm in 2010. >> reporter: with run trail today the f.b.i. is concerned about tampering with the november vote. after suspected russian hackers breached voter reports in two states. tim kaine questioning trump's ties to moscow. >> don't you think the american voters deserve to get to the bottom of why trump's relationship with russia is so cozy? one state hacked is arizona. how john mccain does in today's primary could show
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senate republicans. >> ryan: a gift for grandfather. a lawrence man getting a special moment with his grandkids. >> jadiann: good time popping up in downtown boston. a closer look at the plaza that has people talking. >> ryan: a terrifying plunge, a 4-year-old thrown off of a bridge. >> jadiann: on 7 news at 5:00 a dangerous drive. a pileup ignites in update new york. the whole thing is caught on camera. >> ryan: we're following the breaking news o angeles. police have surrounded the home of chris brown. there is people outside of the home. we understand they're serving a search warrant. there police say so far no arrests have been made. much more on this throughout the afternoon on 7 news. norman: that's a lot of vitamins there, harold. harold: oh, i'm stocking up before kelly ayotte gets her way on medicare. norman: what do you mean? harold: well, she wants to privatize medicare,
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harold: gotta keep my family strong because ayotte also wants to raise the medicare eligibility age. norman: ohhh... i think maybe i'll pick up a few too. narrator: tell kelly ayotte: oppose medicare privatization.
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narrator: funded by kelly ayotte's special interests backers, the ads attacking maggie hassan on the heroin crisis have been called "despicable," "a vile smear," and "trash." the truth... david dubois: maggie hassan has been hands-on working with local police and community organizations. narrator: working across the aisle to secure millions in emergency funding for treatment and recovery. susan mckeown: maggie hassan. mark mitchell: to governor hassan, i know this is about people and families. mckeown: she's putting the families of new hampshire first. i'm maggie hassan
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>> jadiann: a man in lawrence hearing the sweet sounds of his grandchildren for the first time. thanks to a new hearing aid and >> ryan: this dream came true made possible by a donation we have a closer look. >> reporter: for more than 6 years jacques struggled with profound hearing loss. beginning on his wife to be his ears and his voice. today jacques was fitted with new hearing aids. >> can you a hear me? can you hear me? >> yes, i can, strong. >> reporter: allowing him to listen clearly for the first time in years.
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>> reporter: bell tone the company that made the $6,000 hearing aids decided to donate them to jacques after reading a letter from his family asking to help the father of six and grandfather of 18 from lawrence. >> this means the world to me because it is so hard. sometime i'm telling him things, he doesn't understand. he doesn't hear. it feels very nervous about it. sometimes he is frustrated. >> when you are are becoming mute. day by day you are losing because you can't speak. you have to hear. >> you see the difference? the smile he is smiling all the time. that makes a big difference in a person's life. >> reporter: a different jacques and his wife look forward to enjoying once again. >> he has his hearing. i think that will make life much more better. >> reporter: jennifer egan, 7 news. >> reporter: coming up in the forecast, yesterday was
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boston, tomorrow could be 21. how long does the heat stick around? all the details next. >> jadiann: at 4:30 a grab and go, thieves raid a jewelry store and start smashing the cases. a closer look coming up. >> ryan: back to school, going shopping with the red sox, a memorable trip at target. >> jadiann: we're staying on top of breaking news for you. los angeles police searching a search warrant at t so far, no arrests have been may. we're going to keep an eye on this and bring
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have a good one. ah, these small new york apartments... protect your belongings. let geico help you with renters insurance. new hampshire college students are packing their backpacks and heading back to school. and thanks to kelly ayotte, along with the textbooks and pencils, many students are carrying more student loan debt. ayotte voted to cut pell grants and to raise student loan interest rates. because she sides with special interests looking out for their own bottom line, not our kids'. for new hampshire students and families, ayotte is a heavy burden we can't afford. nea advocacy fund is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> jadiann: an experimental pop-up plaza opens up in downtown crossing. the space has tables and chairs for visitors to drop by and maybe drink coffee. this is part of a project to
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engineers look at issued that needs to be addressed. city offices can imagine a whole network of new parks and plazas to be added to the area. >> ryan: perfect day to sit in the pop-up plaza and have ice coffee and it was perfect out there. think about life. >> jadiann: think about life. you are right, though. it was a perfect day to so that. see how much longer this could last although we do need rain. >> reporter: that is true. the dry weather is enjoyable if you want coffee outside we we can get. today much cooler than yesterday. yesterday was our 20th 90 degree reading for boston. incredible but a 5-10 degree difference in temperature today. that is thanks to a good healthy sea breeze that is still with us for the city of boston. also up in beverly. keeping our temperatures in the mid 70s for metro boston. we look at the bigger picture. high pressure has been keefeing things nice and --
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attention to the system. the system well up north but it's going to drag this front through our area and hopefully bring us another shot at getting some of the much-needed rainfall. look at the timing of this. tomorrow, the last day of august, the last day of meteorological summer, thursday the first day of september, the first day of meteorological fall so this could actually go down as the number one driest summer on record for boston with 3.92 inches of rainfall. we'll watch the timing of this very closely. if those numbers matter to you p. very warm again for us tomorrow as we get that southwesterly flow. not just with the heat going up but also with the humidity and then here comes the front as we make it to late wednesday overnight into thursday morning as well. hopefully squeezing out a couple of showers, possibly even some thunderstorms out of this. i don't anticipate anything strong or severe but we could get heavy downpours with some of the isolated
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advantage of tapping into some tropical moisture to the east but most of us, we can hope for .10 up to a quarter of be a inch, maybe a half inch in some of the luckier locations. i mention the heat not only getting a boost but as will the humidity. dew points in the mid to upper 60s, starting to feel muggy. you will notice it and back down to the more comfortable range as we wrap up the week. even fall-li partly cloudy tonight. patchy fog with the dunes rising. -- opportunity -- dew point rising. clouds increasing for the afternoon. you recognize the temperatures? very warm to enjoy summer-like conditions but we're back to more seasonable weather as we wrap up this work week. so does it stick around with news is we're watching very closely tropical depression 9 here. while we're not included in the cone of uncertainty,
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some forecast models have been suggesting that it could be a close call as we get into labor day. so at the end of the seven day here it's all a tossup at this point. we'll continue to watch it four. stay tuned. >> ryan: we'll keep in touch about that. let's get a check of the ride home. >> here is a look high above downtown. 93. the zakim bridge, you can see the leverett ramps are jammed up as well both directions. 93 northbound is heavy and slow. southbound you are back befo heavy and slow volume the entire way. let's look at 128. travel times about 28 minimums from route 2 down to route 9. northbound we've been seeing a lot of delays from the mass pike up to 93 and yore. heaviest from route 2 up to andover. looking at almost an hour in the direction. the expressway heavy and slow from the tunnel down to the split. it's a very slow ride throughout the day today. as you can see we're looking at a little over a half hour
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northbound isn't bad. a little bit of volume up to granite avenue. as we look at the mass pike heading out of town right now backs up after the allston tolls then past newton corner. heavy after the weston tolls out to framingham. >> ryan: next here a new school opening eyes, how sean diddy combs is changing lives in new york city the. >> jadiann: school bus service, parents >> ryan: police surrounding the home of chris brown. no reports of any ray rests but we'll continue to
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>> >> ryan: we're following breaking news out of california. southern california outside the home of singer chris brown. we understand police entered the home here of chris brown on a search warrant to investigate a woman's claim that the singer threatened her with a gun. the woman reported that incident to police saying brown pointed the gun at her before she left the home. the gated estate here. in the area of los angeles early this morning. police received this call


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