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know better sleep. only at a sleep number store. >> now at 7 breaking news a child shot when a gun goes off in abbing ton. >> anchor: a jogger approached by a suspicious man. police with a warning for neighbors in shirley. >> reporter: we track showers overnight tonight as well as tropical storm hermine. >> gentrification is killing cambridge. >> anchor: protesters locking arms on the steps of cambridge city hall. >> anchor: tom brady's hair taking the internet by storm. >> anchor: why his locks are the talk of the town. >> 7 news at 7:00 starts now. >> anchor: an 11-year-old boy rushed to the hospital when he's shot?
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abington. >> anchor: it does appear to be an accident. in abington with breaking details. >> reporter: this is what we know at this hour 211-year-old boys got hands on a gun. one of those boys was shot in the face. the plymouth county da says the shooting happened inside a home and appears to be accidental. the victim was rushed to boston hospital where he is be in stable condition. >> any gun shot wound is dangerous. anything can happen. our thoughts and prayers to that little boy's safety. and the state police working the da's doing a great job. >> reporter: the circumstances of the shooting are under investigation. the gun that was used in this is a legal hand gun. at this point not saying who it belongs to.
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you imagine out here including the police who responded to this young boy shot in the face. kimberly bookman 7 news. ; neighbors in shirley are on alert after a jogger says she was approached by a suspicious man. they are keeping their eye out for a green van. >> anchor: get out to shirley where brandon gunnoe has the latest. >> reporter: kim and adam, the jogger told police that the driver of this van she could see somebody hiding in the back seat. >> the jogger said her heart raced when a green cargo van drove straight at her. a man in his 50s or 60s kept offering her water. >> according to the victim the individual didn't pass the water out to her. she thinks she saw an individual sitting in the back. >> reporter: the mother described the incident in detail
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relaid by the police on their facebook page. the woman told investigators in 20 years of jogging she had never been forced off the road. she was certain the driver was trying to get her to reach in so they could kidnap her. a young jogger was murdered 20 miles away in princeton. state police worked more than a thousand leads in the death of marcotte. >> we're getting to >> reporter: a woman walking her dog aware of the danger didn't want to be identified. she is concerned. >> i read about it last night. it's scary with everything that is going on. >> reporter: now the jogger said the van had massachusetts tags. she only got part of the plate though. she said it was 930. brandon gunnoe 7 news. ; we are tracking tropical storm
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the gulf of mexico. that red blob hermine getting elevated to tropical storm status. chief meteorologist jeremy reiner tracking the system. >> reporter: this is upgraded to a tropical storm this afternoon. winds at 45 miles per hour and further strengthening likely. perhaps getting close to a hurricane status. the hurricane cent miles per hour before making land fall. stralving up the 95 corridor eastern north carolina over land. there will be weakening that happens. into the latter half of the holiday weekend this is where the forecast becomes difficult. there will be an area of high pressure across the u.s. canadian border. so the question is how much television it is blocked to the
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england. this area shaded in gray. that's the cone of uncertainty. she could end up in southern new england or farther south than the hurricane center has here. closer into the weekend we will know how strong the area of high pressure is. rip currents as well as high surf will be churned up. in terms of strong wind or heavy rain not likely at this time. we will be able to fine tune the track of hermine. >> now on 7. >> whole wide world. >> protesters locking arming and sending a message. >> the people of color who live here are disappearing. >> tonight it's a push for change. >> anchor: black lives matter taking to the steps of cambridge city hall. >> anchor: 7's kelly o'hara with a story.
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around their necks and chains binding their arms black lives matter protesting the lack life affordable housing in cambridge. >> what do we want? >> affordable housing. >> reporter: more than 8 hours protesters sang chanted and spoke out for their cause. >> pushing for affordable housing. gentrification is hurting cambridge. the people of color are disappearing. >> reporter: asking in affordable housing. discounted rents for middle class workers and new developments going up. something the city says they're working on. >> we're here for the same reason. >> reporter: affordable housing affects more people than these protesters. >> teachers, fire fighters, nurses, social workers we've lost 49% of that economic group in our city in the past decade. >> reporter: after hours of
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police say they had no choice to arrest these 4 and take the protests to jail. >> this is people's territory. >> reporter: those protesters were charged wife disorderly conduct. 2 of them charged with interfering with a police officer. city council hopes to have a resolution by the end of the year. >> anchor: a deadly drive under investigation in east boston a couple killed when a car slams into a shuttl that ride taking a tragic turn to logan airport to their hotel. steve cooper with details. >> really shocked. i feel bad for the family. >> reporter: tragedy here along route 1 a. a swams scott man plowed into the back of hampton inn courtesy shuttle. >> really sad.
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van crashing into a jersey barrier. 2 people in the shuttle bus a 59-year-old man and 49-year-old woman from el paso, texas were thrown from the bus and pronounced dead on are the scene. the driver of the van and 2 other passengers another woman from el paso, texas and a man from florida and the driver of the subeur you rushed to area hospitals. a horrifying scene that's rattled hotel guests. >> i'm surprised. i think that would never happen. freak accidents happen. you would never know. >> you know when you're on these shuttles you're safe? >> you think that. obviously not. >> reporter: the driver who caused the crash his name hasn't been released. state police say he hasn't been charged with anything. their investigation is ongoing.
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; following more news today a salem woman pleads guilty in the 2009 in the death of her son. labrie was serving 5 years for the crime and given a new lawyer for the trial. she wanted to plead guilty earlier and is released on probation. >> anchor: an 18-year-old beverly man accused of trying to kill his prosecutors say curtis day impaled his friend with a club yesterday afternoon. police say these 2 guys and another friend were at wakefield's break heart reservation yesterday afternoon. they'd told police they'd taken lsd, marijuana and heroin when a fight broke out ending with a gulf club attack. >> there was a shaft of a gulf
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back area of mr. del's shoulder and exited the the front of his body. >> anchor: curtis day is held without bail. his friend who was hurt is said to be doing okay. a high school student under arrest after making a threat against the school according to police. who said the 17-year-old posted a threat on instagram referencing the first day of school and showing a firearm in his lawrence district court. >> anchor: a fire in austin raising housing concerns. the city wants to meet with the land lord after violating several concerns there. john cocoa now. >> it spread rapidly. >> reporter: flames pouring out of a home. >> it started in the second floor bathroom. >> reporter: the building had 3 apartment units.
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mostly students. >> no one knew what that was when we got there. as the fire department investigated and explored the building they found out it was not what we thought it was. >> reporter: making illegal. >> this building as you saw last night in all appearances is a 2 family house. the way it was operated was a lodging house which puts it into a different classification for fire protection fire e gress. >> reporter: they'll be holdin >> there are a myriad of other violations written up. >> reporter: on wednesday the state proclaims september campus fire safety month. this fire showing what the city doesn't want to see happen. >> this is a prime example of what we're trying to educate people about. >> reporter: 18 people were living. the fire commissioner says students need to be aware. >> the message we need to get to
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understand working smoke detectors 2 ways out and take personal responsibility for their actions. >> reporter: and inspectional services. in austin john cocoa 7 news. ; no swimming at 2 upon beaches on the cape. life guards shutting down nasset beach and coast guard beach after 2 shark sightings conservancy says a shark was on a feeding frenzy. we will keep you post. >> reporter: coming up next here on the news station a new look. is it good will hunting? is it tom brady? is it the 90s? a lot of people are talking about tb 12's new hair do. >> reporter: did you say the 90s adam. forecast for showers tomorrow.
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>> anchor: equals an awesome statue. a closer look at the tribute to big pappy. >> you know the debate. what to take what to leave at home? the advice 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.
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bottom line, not our kids'. for new hampshire students and families, kelly ayotte is a heavy burden we can't afford. nea advocacy fund is responsible
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>> anchor: tom brady's epic flow is going viral. the pats qb showing off a new
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yesterday. compared to matt damons in good will hunting and many more comparisons. >> anchor: people are loving talking about these locks. it's all in the quaff. everyone has an opinion about tom brady's new do. >> i think it's cute. >> it's adorable. >> anchor: the internet blew up with 90s jokes. some seeing a young leo decapio in what's eating gilbert and how about emilio estevez in the mighty ducks. matt damon all he need size his hair cut from good will hunting. >> it does look like the 90s. markie mark maybe. >> dwight from the office. >> anchor: he could be a mirror image of fox noose megan kelly.
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grew it out. by 2012 he buzz today off. this cut above is keeping folks talking. >> as long as he can play football. >> anchor: assuming gisele approves of tom's new do. neither of them have commented on all this attention that his hair is getting. nice to be off deflate gate for a minute. >> anchor: if no other reason talking about a football player's this. >> anchor: it's always something to talk about. ger, how's your lid tonight. >> reporter: some days it's going out faster than the tides. a few showers possible tonight. through the day tomorrow more so tomorrow morning than afternoon. south of town on the cape those showers may linger through the afternoon hours tomorrow. most of the holiday weekend we
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hermine. it's not locked that track. the first half is because it's here. we know it's going to move into the panhandle in 24 hours. it will strengthen before making land fall in the panhandle late tomorrow night into friday. as a strong tropical storm. moving up through georgia, south carolina, north carolina. becoming a rain maker more than anything else. there be to 65 miles per hour. as it comes off the del marsha peninsula further weakening. television goes to the right that's the challenge of the forecast. this cone of uncertainty does now include new england. it did not a few days ago. the challenge is there with blocking high pressure to the north. does it stall the storm's north ward movement or allow it to
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england? we won't know those questions until sometime friday perhaps as late as saturday. so the best advice now keep your plans for the holiday weekend and keep tuning back in. i know you're thinking that's a hallow statement. it's a will challenging forecast. because of the high pressure blocking and wobbling the storm around. in this position here there may be the chance of fringe effects sunday night and through the day perhaps wind. wind talking 25 maybe 35 miles an hour wind gusts on the islands and the cape. that's a stretch at this point. there will be rough surf and rip currents. we've seen that this week because of hurricane gaston. and again some rain is possible late sunday night and monday. we do also have a few showers moving out of new york and pennsylvania this evening. they will be with us overnight
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the reason for that an unnamed cool front. no name here. just a cool front that will move through new england during the day tomorrow. 6:00 tomorrow morning if you have a morning commute a lot of clouds. few isolated showers. bursts of downpours and steadier showers tomorrow morning south of the mass turnpike. there are showers south of the pike versus north. that shower threat lingers through the day south of boston in the morning than the afternoon. friday and saturday awesome. little hint of fall on saturday. lows in the 50s and highs in the 70s. if hermine is going to bother us that would be sometime sunday night into monday. >> anchor: coming up building it bigger lego honor list david ortiz.
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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, turn it into a voucher program that'll cost families big time. norman: uhhh... the vitamins? harold: gotta keep my family strong because ayotte maybe i'll pick up a few too. narrator: tell kelly ayotte: oppose medicare privatization.
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>> anchor: fenway honoring big poppy today with a life sized statue. >> anchor: this one is made of legos. the red sox slugger and his son got to preview the statue today. on display at fenway now in the kid's concourse. 6' tall actually 6'7".
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figures not going to melt. >> anchor: love the legos. >> anchor: good stuff. 7 news at 7 will be back right after this. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 100 meg internet.
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12 seconds. that's the power of fiber optics. and right now, get our best offer ever. super fast 100 meg internet, tv and phone for just $69.99 per month online, cable can't offer internet speeds this fast at a price this good. only fios can. kelly ayotte: thanks, buddy. kelly (voiceover): i'm kelly ayotte. and when i take the plate for new hampshire... i'm up against a political machine that plays dirty -- i'm out here knocking down every lie... because new hampshire deserves better. that's why i'm batting for good-paying jobs, to protect social security and medicare... ...and help families pay for college... i approved this message because no matter what they're throwing at me...
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mexico donald trump going face to face with the mexican president. >> anchor: trump is back in the united states talking immigration and security after his trip over the border. >> anchor: more on that ahead at 11:00. updated track of the tropical storm hermine. >> anchor: hermine. it should be hermine. i thought we had a theme going. >> anchor: thanks for watching
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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 mckeown: she's putting the families of new hampshire first. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. i'm maggie hassan dear fellow citizen, i know what it's like to live a full life. but living for today doesn't mean forgetting about tomorrow. most people spend more time planning their vacation than they do for retirement. but i like to think of retirement like it's a 30-year vacation. so how are you going to get there? don't worry. it just takes some planning. and i can help.
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sincerely, bernard tynes fellow vacationer and fellow citizen. the big bachelor shocker. how nick viall went from -- >> the most hated man in the bachelor franchise. >> to fan obsession. >> now on "extra.? ? ? ? former villain nick viall's first interview after he's revealed as the new bachelor. >> nobody saw this coming! >> why they picked him over luke and the bombshell bedroom confession's nick's making only on "extra.? >> say you're really into this girl, but you find out she's hooked up with a few of your friends. >> my friends? the standoff. the arrest.


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