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7 news. >> ryan: new developments out of shallow north carolina, after a second night of unret the state of emergency is in effect. charlotte's police chief saying he is not release darb cam video but the man's family will be able to see it. >> reporter: the man's family hasn't seen the video but they want to as soon as possible. video of the deadly police shooting of 43-year-old keith lamont scott will be shown to his family but opportunity to see it. >> as i said before our practice has been not to release but to allow for 9 party who feels they've been mistreated to see that. >> reporter: the video does not show scott pointing a gun at police, officers say he ignored commands to drop his weapon. witnesses say you this never saw a gun. protests last night in charlotte, north carolina, turned violent including one person shot by another
and the national guard is in place. u.s. attorney general who is from north carolina called for the protests to stop. >> i know these are difficult times and know the events of recent days are painfulfully unclear and they call out for answers. but i also know that the answer will not be found in the violence of recent days let us all seek a peaceful way play. >> reporter: the police officer was not wearing a boat camera because he was in civilian clothes. brandon gunnoe, 7 news. >> kim: following breaking news out of stouton. witnesses say there was a shooting at that c.v.s. police tape is blocking the entrance to the store. >> ryan: it was' frightening for shoppers there. jonathan hall joins us live from the scene. >> reporter: the shots rang out here at the c.v.s.over an hour and a half ago on route 138 in stouton. we'll zoom in live. the police are still in there. they have a been going in
gathering evidence. reports say one teenager was shot. the store is closed. the police and state police search for more suspects. we understand a canine unit has been involved. it appears an argument involving three teens led to the violence, we spoke to a woman who was' shopping inside and heard commotion. >> i was down over by the cereal aisle and i heard a couple of guys come in and argue. anything of it. and then i heard a couple of pops. one of the guys was holding their shoulder. seemed okay. he was conscious. >> reporter: she says the victim did seem to be all right. he made his way over to the minute clinic which is inside the c.v.s.to get initial treatment. then the e.m.t.'s took over. the c.v.s.is closed however the dry through pharmacy is
>> kim: also breaking, millions of yahoo! accounts hit by hackers. as many as 500 million accounts are affected. the company believes the person acting on behalf of a government is responsible for the hack which happened in 2014. yahoo! recommending people change their pass words. >> ryan: turning to the patriots and they're ready to play. we're two hours away from a rocky q.b.starting his first nfl game at gillette. jakoby brissett not tonight. >> kim: we have attempt coverage. let's get to joe amorosino live at gillette. >> reporter: patriots set to start brissett, the rookie here but the big news right now is that rob gronkowski will play tonight. we know that because here is gronk arriving at the stadium minutes ago. if he was not playing he would be leaving the stadium right now but he is indeed arriving at the time.
now think about it. he missed is the -- he goes back to that nagging injury he had back in august. now he will play a human security blanket for jakoby brissett as he prepares to make his first year start. gronk's status is the only positive thing on the medical front for bill belichick this week. >> i coach the team. medical people handle the injuries. they don't call plays. i don't do surgery. >> deflecting with a classic response when pressed about the status of garoppolo's injured right shoulder, but he was a bit more forth coming when asked about the rookie quarterback, brissett. >> he improved everyday. he is a hard-working kid. in her early, stays late. studies the game. he improved steadily since he has been here. >> reporter: brissett improving so much that the patriots didn't feel the need to sign another quarterback this week. paving the way for the first round pick out of north
first career start. a scenario that seems to have the support of the patriots lockerroom. >> he is a smart young kid. i know he hasn't been in the nfl for a long time, but he seems, you know, to really grasp what the offense is trying to do. he learns well from the coaches. >> i think he is like every other young player that has come in here, been eager to learn and excited about being here. just trying to get better. >> reporter: so after four days of what seemed like the condition of jimmy garoppolo's shoulder and will he play, it's brissett and the big news though rob gronkowski making his season debut. maybe that is the biggest news of all. joe amorosino, 7 news. >> kim: the houston texas -- texans familiar foe. both teams are 2-0.
a twist to this particular matchup. let's go to trey daerr who continues our live team coverage. >> reporter: interesting matchup here for the patriots tonight. a lot of familiar faces on the opposite sideline. vince wilfork
making his return to foxboro here for the first time as an opposing player. bill o'brian, a belichick understudy making a homecoming of sorts for the first time as a head coach. but don't expect this to about anything other than than getting down to business. >> this is not, you know field trip to massachusetts to see family and friends. you know what i mean? this is going to be a very challenging football game. that is what it's all about. >> reporter: houston text apps head coach bill o'brian attended st. john's prep in danvers, was a member of bill belichick's coaching staff for five seasons serving his final year as the team's former offensive coordinator. >> the patriots are in for a
i've been impressed looking at the texans. i think they'll done a good job with the football team. much improved from last year -- >> really good on defense, got good in the kicking game. very well
coached. >> reporter: o'brian is not the only familiar face, vince will fork will take the field as an opposing player at gillette stadium for the first time in his 13-year career. big vince says now is not the time to take a stroll do different getting dressed in a different uniform. but as far as the game goes, game is played between the lines. >> reporter: boat teams enter tonight's showdown a perfect 2-0 to start the season. count will fork among those not surprised his former team is finding success without tom brady. >> a lot of people wrote him off early in the year and i guess they shocked a lot of people but i'm sure they didn't shock nobody into
>> reporter:s vince wilfork important is letting some other guys on the defense make plays. j.j.watts, whitney merciless, the biggest player makers tonight on the texans defense. trey daerr, 7 news. >> ryan: from trey we go to dan hausle and fans told you how they're feeling about tonight's big matchup. >> reporter: they're confident with the team. they're confident with their coach but a lot of them are not sure what to expect from expect plenty of brissett on the field tonight but don't go looking for tonight's starting quarterback's jersey in the proshop. lots of brady, some garoppolo and plenty of stuff for the emergency quarterback edelman. >> not often you see a third round or third string quarterback play, start in a game. >> reporter: we found fans young and old lowering their expectations for the rookie. >> i think he can run and think he could pass maybe
long, but short. >> reporter: others insist they like what they see. >> he can move around, no worry. he has the skills to do it. >> reporter: fans say the possible return of rob gronkowski could be a big boost. >> he makes a huge difference. >> >> it may not be a bad thing to turn to idleman. you might see him a little trickery here and there, a little wild k know what you are coming into tonight. so we'll see what they're made of. >> reporter: look 2-0, fans are feeling like they're playing with house money here and hoping to just bide their time until tom brady gets back in game five. dan hausle, 7 news. >> kim: much more to come here on 7 news including honoring a saint. >> ryan: the relic making history and drawing huge crowds in massachusetts. >> anchor: story of
has the story. >> reporter: the dog last few lives as well. she survived a train accident and is now taking advantage of her new lease on life. >> this is charlie. she is a one-year-old sit zhu mix. >> reporter: she is a fighter. >> she was hit by a train and had her leg dramatically amputated. >> reporter: she went up against a train between the roslindale and forest hills stop. she was' rushed to the medical center by a who found her on the tracks. a move that saved her life. >> the most important thing is to get them right to a vet and right to an emergency facility because shock sets in really quickly. and shock can basically cause them to die. >> reporter: the mspca is not sure how charlie ended up on the tracks but believes she was' someone's pet. >> i do think she was' probably owned by somebody. i'm not sure of the circumstances on how she got to the tracks but her face was shaved.
she wasn't excessively matted. >> reporter: since no one came her those taking care of her give her her name. >> the staff when she first came in nick named her charlie. i would assume it's because of the charlie card. >> reporter: in the past week she has steadily improved. >> she is doing well with learning how to walk again. she is not stumbling. >> reporter: refusing to let anything hold her back. >> every time i see an animal go through something like that i'm awed once are and how stoic and how lucky i am to be art part of that. >> reporter: she will be put up for adoption after she recovered. the mspca is taking donations to help pay for charlie's medical bills, jadiann thompson, 7 news. >> ryan: thousands of catholics in new england flocking to see the heart of a saint. >> kim: this is first time
italy. st. padre tio was a mong. the glass encased heart of the celebrated saint is on display in massachusetts this week. hundreds of people are lining up at saint lennard's church in the north end. if you would like to see the relic it's at boston cathedral of the holy cross tonight then again tomorrow. >> reporter: for tomorrow, anot w then fall will show up this weekend.
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>> reporter: another warm day tomorrow. temperatures will run up to the 80s with showers approaching late in the afternoon tomorrow evening, that is because a cold front will come blasting through southern new england and jet stream looks like this and tomorrow is moving day. where we move the warm air out late in the day. the jet stream taking on this look for the weekend. saturday and sunday. normalally highs should be around 70 degrees. today they were in the 80s, city of boston had a high of 79. tomorrow mid 80s, there you go. saturday, sunday, monday temperatures running below normal.
away and all the warm air will rush to the coastline. we call that the 5:00 bump. sometimes it's the 6:00 or 7:00 bump in boston. watch for that. now as we look elsewhere we do have a few clouds up across southern canada. that is the cool front. but it's not going to bore us tonight. tonight mostly clear, mild, temperatures upper 50s and lower 60s tomorrow a mix of clouds and sunshine. and a few late-day showers as front gets closer to us. probably new hampshire, mid afternoon. metro boston early evening. then working down in those locations mid evening. with temperatures tomorrow in the mid 80s turning cooler tomorrow evening and the weekend is cool with a mix of clouds and sunshine saturday and sunday. temperatures will be running in the upper 60s on saturday. sunday lots of sunshine. a great weekend for picking them apples, lots of sun. breezy in the orchards but comfortable. temperatures around 65 or so and your 7 on 7 forecast, we do have the chance of a few
amount of rain we picked up on monday but a few hit-and-miss showers possible but we're dry and behaving like fall. see you at 7:00. >> definitely going to be a coach's dirks welcome together but just doing everything i can right now to be as healthy as i can be, improvement every single day and basically just day by day and taking one and day by day. >> reporter: the we're coming to you live once again from gillette stadium where today is the today for rob gronkowski. he will play tonight. he arrived minute ago at gillette stadium. about two and a half hours before the game which is his normal game day routine when he is playing. he had told friends and teammates that he plan opened playing. we saw him try to come out in a walk through to get used to wearing pads again.
two games while he recovered from a nagging ham string injury that bothered him all season he will provide a big time security blanket that the pats will need given their quarterback situation. garoppolo is not playing tonight. he don't even dress for the game. that will leave edelman as the back up why and it's hard to not see this coming since grab low was litted as doubtful with the springed joint in his throwing shoulder. pat hoped he would be healthy enougho will be inactive tonight. that means just three games into his nfl career it's all on brissett's shoulders in his first career start. he out of north carolina state looked poised coming in releaf last sunday completng six of nine passes for 92 yards after garoppolo was injured. now if you were a big believer in momentum heading into the play-offs you have
red sox. winners of 7 straight they're in baltimore with a chance to sweep their second straight a.l.east opponent here in the final stretch of the regular season. they got a shot in the arm last night from the rookie benintendi who stepped in and did what he has been doing all along. how about you been dancing if you play the way he is with his second year home run, a three-run shot to break the game wide open. rookie has had a hit in every game he played since coming off the dab ben tendy is back in the line-up tonight batting 9th against tillman. curtains up for bruins. first day of training camp. they got their off ice testing in today. tomorrow they'll do it for real at 9:00 am at their warrior ice arena in brighton. for the players that is the day. it never gets old. >> you work hard all summer to be prepared. you know, you are a little nervous going to testing to show what you did but at the
hoke. >> everyone is excited. it has been a long summer, too long. so today is great to get this day done with but i can't wait to get on the ice with everyone tomorrow. >> reporter: is in the end of the line for garnett? the big tickets and the timberwolves are working towards a buyout of the 40-year-old's contract and k.g.is leaning towards retime. 159-time all star came to the celt nix 2007 and one title green but the big story brissett starting at quarterback for the patriots on national tv tonight against the houston texans. big number 87 rob gronkowski is back in the line-up for the first time this season, joe amorosino, 7 sports. >> kim: i don't know if he is nervous but i am. >> ryan: we need him back. >> kim: i'm not talking about gronk, i'm talking
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breaking news tonight. charges filed against the oklahoma police officer involved in a deadly shooting caught on camera. and tonight, charlotte, north carolina, under a state of emergency as violent protests erupt over a separate shooting there. hack attack. the largest data breach in history. plus, stolen e-mails rocking the white house. the first lady's own passport apparently leaked. terror tape. exclusive new video showing the suspect placing a bomb in new york, and what nbc news has learned about how much the government may have known about him before the attack. and the letter to the president from a 6-year-old, striking a chord across the country.