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good morning. lashing out. donald trump on the attack against the women who an accusing him of sexual misconduct. >> believe me, she would not be my first choice. >> the number of alleged victims now eight. fame. who knows? >> this as hillary clinton comes under fire again after a new round of e-mails released by wikilea wikileaks. why her campaign squashed a speech by bill clinton. and 12 million people in the pacific northwest preparing for a second round of a storm with
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>> oh, my gosh! dude. look at that. >> and today it will only get worse with stronger category 2 hurricane-force winds and up to a foot of rain. dylan is tracking it all. violent encounter. a chicago police officer recovering after being beaten by a suspect allegedly high on drugs. why these police shootings may have stopped her from drawing gun. and three good samaritans after a woman accidentally backs up into a pond. >> a terrifying scene. luckily the woman in the car is expected to be okay. today, saturday, october 15th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza.
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welcome to "today" on saturday morning. i'm sheinelle jones alongside craig melvin and dylan dreyer and stephanie ruhle. with the election just 24 days away, the state of the race today, donald trump pushing back against allegations of sexual misconduct. he had rallies in new hampshire and maine today. meanwhile, hillary clinton will not be making any public appearances today, but her running mate, tim kaine will be in miami. we have a lot to get to this morning. nbc's jacob rascon is in maine with the latest. good morning, jacob. >> reporter: the candidate finds himself instead defending accusation after accusation that he kissed and groped women without their consent. the candidate and supporters defied as ever.
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vast left wing conspiracy. >> the whole system is rigged. >> reporter: his campaign on the ropes. his teleprompters broken. >> i like my speech better without teleprompters. >> reporter: donald trump lashing out in north carolina. >> false smears for personal fame. who knows? maybe financial. >> reporter: implying his accusers are unattractive. >> she would not be my first choice. that i can tell you. victim he insists. >> the political establishment is trying to stop us because they know we are a threat to their corrupt control. >> reporter: after denying groping and kissing women without sent. >> no i have not. >> reporter: eight women came forward to say yes.
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mar-a-lago in 2003. then summer zervos. >> i pushed his chest. i said come on. get real. he repeated my words back to me. get real. as he began thrusting his genitals. >> reporter: and christian anderson said she met him in the early 1990s. >> the person on my right who unbeknown to me at donald trump put their hand up my skirt. he did touch my vagina through my underwear. >> reporter: nbc news is not confirm any of the allegations. mike pence said the campaign would produce evidence to vindicate the candidate. >> that is coming through in a matter of hours. >> reporter: the evidence?
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said he witnessed jessica leeds coming on to trump. other women have come forward to defend his character. >> we know he is an outstanding man. >> reporter: hillary clinton's campaign on defense after wikileaks released another round of embarrassing e-mails. one from clinton campaign manager robby mook asking bill clinton the speech would be an unforced error before she announced her white house bid. nbc news has not authenticated the documents. minutes ago, donald trump tweeted again and saying these are made up charges which will poison the american voters' minds. donald trump is in new hampshire and maine in a state where we
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back to you. >> jacob rascon. thank you. let's bring in joey reid. and jessica flores. ladies, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> all right. let's get to it. let's start with donald trump yesterday. going after the women who have accused him of misconduct. going after the media. conspiracy. a lot of folks say at times he seemed unhinged. >> ripping apart his teleprompter. there seems to be an emotional breakdown. he seems to be lashing out at the republican party for not standing behind him. he seems to want the republican party to join this bizarre defense of attacking the women. it is not a good look. i feel for his campaign team. put it that way.
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news for donald trump. if you look at the battleground states. he is still holding his own. are there people out there who view this as white noise and don't see the negative? >> hillary clinton has not had a good week. the e-mails continue to drip, drip, drip. it is not helpful to her campaign. in the rock, paper, scissors of politics, sex e-mails. he didn't do that in the debate. he won the debate, but did not expand the electorate. they are not that close and it is not enough. losing by two points still doesn't make you president. >> you mentioned hillary clinton. i want to mention the obamas. you have michelle obama delivering that emotional speech on thursday. saying she was shaken to her
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>> think about it. hillary clinton has the current president of the united states and vice president of the united states sort of a grab bag of all the political stars of the democratic party. donald trump has a guy of questionable morals saying he was on an airplane with him in first class. there is a contrast there in the level of support that hillary clinton has. listen, michelle obama is probably the most effective communicator on the scene right that speech was so impactful and effective because it got to what most people feel when they watch the horrid election that our children are watching this. this is impacting or girls and boys. it is impacting our image around the world. as parents, it is painful to watch our country slide into the abyss that has been revolving around the scandals. it is about the assault and the
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problem with enthusiasm with voters. donald trump had a more enthusiastic base. what i think michelle obama's speech is gin up that enthusiasm. people who watched that were hillary clinton voters, but better hillary clinton voters. >> you said something earlier that piqued my interest. the trump strategy is to his base. the design and conspiracy stuff. this is the same stuff existed in that part of the web for some time. is that what we are seeing? is he trying to drive down support on the other side? >> i don't think it is a strategy. i think donald trump is lashing out. i think he is angry and he's losing. i think he has been losing for some time. the structure of the race has been clear for some time. i think donald trump is sliding into an emotional abyss and
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why you spend your saturday in maine. >> maine. it is not winner take all. part of the strategy is getting a little tenous. >> maine before vegas. >> thank you, guys. you can see more of joy reid this morning on msnbc. it is a pretty good show. now we have to turn to a huge storm system taking place what could be the worst to hit the pacific northwest in over a decade. it has already spawned two tornadoes and brought 100-mile-an-hour winds. today, the storm is expected to go from bad to even worse. nbc's joe fryer is here with the latest. joe, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, stephanie. you could say this is the calm between the storm. the pacific northwest is getting ready for another strong blast with destructive winds later on
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destruction. >> that's a straight-up tornado. >> reporter: the oregon coast is nowhere near the path of tornado alley. yet a water spout sailed across the pacific friday unleashing a twister on land. >> look right there. >> oh, my gosh. >> reporter: the tornado, a rarity in the parts, tore through the beach down damaging houses and businesses. >> this is how i support my family. it's like having your gut torn >> reporter: neighbors are hustling to help each other clean up. >> i did not hear anything. heavy rain. >> reporter: constantly reminded more bad weather is on the way. from british columbia to north carolina, they are ready for a second blast powered for a typhoon. >> this has the possibility to be a fatal storm if you don't take the precautions.
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strongest wind storm in the region bringing massive waves and flooding. waves are raging up and down the coast. >> it is hard to walk around. >> reporter: the coast guard helped rescue 40 kids and 6 adults stranded in a camp with no power. no one was hurt. crews are rushing to repair downed power lines and 9 million hunker down bracing for the possibility of hurricane-force winds without the hurricane. some forecasters are already dubbing today's storm the ides of october. if you want to know how rare tornadoes are in the region. the weather service in portland issued ten tornado warnings in one day yesterday. before that, the record was just three. stephanie. >> that is a wow. joe, thanks. ten tornado warnings. how bad will it get, dylan?
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it is actually the equivalent of a category 2 hurricane. it doesn't develop the same way, but the onshore flow. it will be replaced by torrential downpours. we could see the gusty winds. yesterday, we had the tornadoes, we had wind gusts along the coast up near 100 miles an hour. this includes big seattle and eugene, oregon and crescent city. winds gusting up to 100 miles per hour. that could lead to power outages and downed trees. it is a big storm that will affect the area as early as late this morning and into the afternoon and into the overnight and we start to see the rain taper off as we go into tomorrow morning. it becomes more or less spotty showers. after the big storm moves through, we will see a cold front move in.
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california. winds through the day will be on average around 50 miles per hour. right along the immediate coastline and beaches, wind gusts in excess of 100. we are looking at 10 to 15 inches of rain. especially in crescent city, california. that could lead to flash flooding as well. the combination of wind and rain. a nasty weekend in the northwest. >> thanks, dylan. wildfires burning in nevada destroyed at least 22 homes and forced hundreds of evacuations near lake tahoe and hundreds of structures are in danger this morning. in north carolina, a slow motion disaster. rivers still rising today a week after hurricane matthew pounded the carolinas. the death toll in north carolina has risen to 24. starting at noon today, you will no longer take a galaxy note 7 aboard a flight in the
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spontaneously burst into flames. samsung stopped making the note 7s. passengers who tried to take one on the plane could face a fine. this is not good. police all over the state of ohio are on the lookout for a man they believe to be a serial child kidnapper. willing to abduct kids from their homes. the fbi is offering a $20,000 reward for anyone with information. here is s more. >> reporter: a mother's plea for the return of her 6-year-old daughter. >> my life. >> reporter: snatched from her home in cleveland in may. found 17 hours later after being assaulted. >> he made her ride in the floorboard of the car. >> reporter: now the fbi says it fears a serial child abductor may be on the prowl and
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months earlier, just miles away, another ohio girl age 10 managed to escape her attacker. >> worst feeling in the world having your daughter scream at you at 3:00 in the morning. >> reporter: forensic evidence in each case matches and are intensifying their search for the driver of the chevy malibu. it has a different front color fend fender. they have contact through precautions. >> it is important to know who your kids are talking to and know the information. we lock our doors at night, but we put a lot of information on the computer. >> reporter: soliciting the public's help for a predator before another child is harmed. for "today" kevin tibbles, nbc news, chicago. dash cam shows a chicago police officer under attack, but holding her fire to avoid scrutiny.
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high on pcp this month and found themselves in a wrestling match on the street. the suspect slammed her to the pavement and she said she declined to shoot the man because she was worried about the scrutiny her family could face in the police shootings nationwide. outrage after a doctor who is black posted on facebook she was discriminated against while on a recent flight on delta. the woman says when she tried had a medical emergency, a flight attendant did not believe she was a real doctor. nbc's sarah dallof has more. >> reporter: a fire storm online after a houston area doctor posted an open letter to facebook accusing a flight attendant of discrimination. the doctor says on a recent flight to minneapolis, the attendant asked if there was a
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passenger. when dr. cross volunteered, she said she was turned away. >> she immediately applied saying oh, no, sweetie, put your hand down. we have an emergency right now. we don't have time. >> reporter: after a plea for assistance, cross rang her call button and explained she was a doctor. she said the flight attendant questioned her credentials. as another male, examined the sick passenger. the post prompted a full investigation on delta. they said they are troubled by accusations of discrimination and take them seriously. they added three medical professionals identified themselves. only one was able to produce documentation. that was the doctor asked to assist. meanwhile, a show of support for dr. cross on social media.
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tweeting #whatadoctorlookslike. the flight attendant apologized offering frequent flyer miles. she said that will not be enough. >> she could benefit from sensitivity training to ensure that her inate bias doesn't get in the way. >> reporter: for "today" sara a 68-year-old woman accidentally backed her car into a pond. three bystanders jumped in to help. they could not pull her out. as the car sunk under water, the woman did reach the surface and she was treated for hypothermia and is expected to be fine. great americans right there. dylan is back with the check of the country's forecast. >> besides the storm in the pacific northwest, things are
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country. we are looking at possible record-breaking heat across the plains and midwest too. we have crystal clear blue skies across the northeast. a couple of clouds in the mid-atlantic. we are going to really focus on the heavy rain and strong winds. especially in the pacific northwest. we could see gusts near category 2 hurricane strength >> reporter: it is quiet in this that will help it get to the upper 60s and low 70s. we will hold off until the end of the weekend we squeeze a nice weekend. sunny and cool. temperatures today at our below average but nice. lighter winds. clear over night with a full moon. no frost or freeze warnings it will be
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with halloween two weeks away, police are keeping an extra eye peeled for scary clowns popping up all over the country. it is not just a problem here in the united states. nbc's matt bradley reports the creepy clown craze has gone global. >> reporter: the clowns are coming. the creepy clown epidemic which has terrorized americans for mont sightings in britain and europe and now australia. most turn out to be stunts. a man frightening people on a campus. that clown later apologized. acclaimed to be filming a movie. even batman got in on the act. >> why not try scaring me. >> reporter: that was a stunt by a costume company.
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where a clown stabbed a young man late thursday night. scary clowns are not new. they figure into pop culture ever since stephen king's hit. the u.s. has seen clown pranks before. so has europe. an evil clown craze in 2014 led to the arrest of a dozen armed teenagers. among the victims? real life >> putting a lot of children off a real clown. >> reporter: there is no evidence of coordinated clowning, but police in britain are not laughing. >> the perception of a clown in a circus tent is not applied here at all. on the level of threat that is exhibited is not something you would see in a circus. >> reporter: police throughout the world are expecting the clown craze to increase over the next two weeks in the run-up to halloween.
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news, london. >> are you scared of clowns to begin with? >> yes. >> my dentist office growing up was decked out in clowns. you lay back with clowns on swings and clowns on the wall. >> and the dentist with the needle. >> too much. >> so many people are afraid anyway. this takes it to another level. >> halloween is going to be a hard night. still to come, our look at the stories everyone is talking about this week. including the moment cow. and bringing back coach brickma hoping to help the cubbies.
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still ahead, important information for women during breast cancer awareness month. what you need to know when you hear conflicting advice.
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went for millions of views on youtube to starring in her own show on netflix. i know my kids won't want to miss this. but first these me >> reporter: on this gorgeous saturday morning. fall peeking out. we have a check of the forecast. >> frosty in spots 28 in norwood. 29 in bedford. temperature temperatures are
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near 60 this afternoon. near 70 on sunday and 80 on tuesday and wednesday. >> reporter: a heroic rescue as 2 pull a woman out of a pond. woman mixed up her gas and brake peddles and plunged into the water. 2 men's act saved her life. ism a vigil for officers the two involved in the east boston shoot out wednesday night. injuries they have had additional surgeries and remain critical. officers were shot by a 3 year old kwhofs killed by other officers. donald trump bringing his campaign to new hampshire. he is denying allegations from women that he groped them after two more came forward with claims that he is the victim. his rally is at noon and tickets
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new england. hope you will join us then interviewer: what would you do with five minutes to kill and a smartphone? man: check the scores. woman 1 : uh, probably post a pic. woman 2: text a friend. galvin: you can. five minutes online and a massachusetts driver's license is all it takes to register so you can vote for our next president. go to register to vote m-a dot com. it's that easy. woman 2: done. i just registered. man: that was easy. galvin: register by october 19th. it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands.
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my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered.
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i have these moments where i say to my husband, you know, what if i don't like the way my life changes? what if we are so different and we don't have this down time together? >> dylan dreyer. opening up a very posting on about her fears of becoming a parent. so far it's gotten nearly 800,000 views. it is obviously a topic that resonates with a lot of new parents and a lot of folks who have been parenting for a while as well. coming up in trending. we will talk more about something every parent experiences. meanwhile, we are back on this saturday morning, october 15th, 2016.
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we have a great crowd joining us on a crisp fall morning. a bit chilly out there. in here, we are looking at headlines today. more accusers step forward alleging sexual misconduct against donald trump. trump denying those accusations at a rally on friday night. donald trump called the accusations false smears for personal fame. meantime, hillary clinton is also on the defense after new e-mails released from wild weather in the pacific northwest after a rare tornado touched down on the oregon coast. the storm is expected to bring high winds and lots of rain today is from the remnants of a typhoon. and the successful surgery separated conjoined twin boys here in new york. the brothers joined at the head, underwent a 20-hour surgery on friday. mom posting on facebook said they are not completely out of
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now to our recap of the biggest stories from the past week we have been covering. >> both candidates had a tough week on the campaign trail. investigators are trying to figure out why a pilot intentionally crashed a small plane and samsung forces more fallout over the galaxy note 7. those are some of the stories in the weekly "downl" accusing donald trump of sexual assault. >> i was wearing a skirt and his hands started going toward my knee. >> trump lashing out at accusers and opponent. >> another ridiculous tale. no witnesses. no nothing. >> but to trump. >> these attacks are orchestrated by the clinton campaign and allies.
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in a way i did not predict. >> he, every time he talks, proves himself unqualified for the office. >> meantime, clinton is dealing with her challenges. >> wikileaks releasing 1,700 new hacked e-mails on wednesday. one from a jennifer palmieri. writing about plane crash on a busy street and the flight instructor on board says it was no accident. >> it happened right on main street in east hartford. a twin engine ungulfed in flames. >> new fallout over samsung's troubled smartphone.
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rid of them fast enough. >> you expect a glitch with this and this is ridiculous. >> the world's largest smartphone maker is giving up. users say they burst into flames and the replacements have the same problem. al roker gave us a look at his knee replacement surgery at new york's hospital. >> the following morning, it is tough to get out of bed and the hard work is just beginning. my first put me that much closer to recovery. a real life rabbit and tortoise race captured in thailand. just like esops fables. and blake shelton instructing jimmy fallon how to milk a cow. >> i'll get my bowl.
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what are you doing? of course, of course, oreo, i know. >> more adventure. >> yes, sir. how is it? >> warm. >> i love how blake also said, you know, this is a stereotype. you are insulting us. >> did you see the overalls and hat and bandana? >> you milked a cow? kansas state fair. 4-h. >> have you ever tipped a cow? >> no, i haven't. >> that's a violent act. >> you two have milked a cow? >> yes. >> i have fed a cow. not milk a cow. >> we should probably get a check of the forecast. i think we should segue to
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we are looking at the jet stream staying to the north for this weekend. we are looking at possible record-breaking high temperatures as we go through the day today. look at north platte, nebraska. 81 degrees. 18 degrees above average. kansas city above average. st. louis should hit 80. chicago on sunday, 72. cincinnati, 80 degrees. erie, pennsylvania, 13 above average. boston up we are looking at highs about 20 to 25 degrees above average. all the way up to wisconsin and into michigan as well as we go into next week. it will be a warm one. more like what you expect at the end of august. this cold front will bring a couple spotty showers this afternoon in the great lakes. the big story is the high wind and heavy rain in the pacific northwest. that will start moving in within
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corninger of the country. that will help it get to the upper 60s and low 70s. we will hold off until the end of the weekend we squeeze a nice weekend. sunny and cool. temperatures today at our below average but nice. lighter winds. clear over night with a full moon. no frost or freeze warnings it will be and i'm back. that's the forecast. >> i can't believe you haven't milked a cow. still to come, billboard revealing its woman of the year and it may surprise you. and new updates on women getting mammograms and changes about sel i have asthma... of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back
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away, what you need to know about breast cancer. october is breast cancer awareness month. there is no better time to go over the guidelines, especially when they seem to always be changing. dr. natalie azar is here with more. why do the guidelines keep changing? >> it seems like they do. it is important to understand there is no dispute whether or not all organizations say they decrease breast cancer. where they differ is when the mammogram is started and how frequently it should be done and when they should end. >> let's talk about the guidelines. are there two schools of thought if you will? >> two major groups we are always talking about. one is the united states preventive services task force. an independent body of experts who have since 2009 made the
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to 74. every other year. >> this says 45. >> that is the american cancer society. those are the two major competing groups, if you will. the american cancer society states the mammogram should be done every year between 45 and 54. every year or two years after. while the task force has maintained since 2009 they think the benefit versus outweighs mammography in your 40s. >> what would change the protocols? >> that is important to say. the recommendations have to do with women considered at average risk. what increases your risk? the two things you can't change are your age or gender. women are 100 times more likely to get breast cancer. there is also if you have a
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lesion or family history. we talk about brca 1 and brca 2. there are other factors that we understand that are involved. >> we talk about screenings. what are the common factors? >> the thing about breast cancer, it could be asymptomatic. basically, if you have a lump in that is painless, hard with irregular borders. nipple discharge or skin changes, you want to alert your health care provider. sheinelle, it is important to reiterate that while the groups may differ on when the recommendation is to start, all the groups absolutely assert and
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mammography for screening for breast cancer. i cannot emphasize that enough. >> growing up, really quickly. my mom in her shower. she had a card in the shower with the self exam and how to do it. we always thought that is what you were supposed do. that has changed for some organizations. >> a year ago, the american cancer society came out with a statement that said there was no enough evidence for or against the clinical breast exam performed by a or self breast exam that increases detection of cancer. now that is their statement. that does not mean that you should not know your breasts. >> right. for sure. >> most of us would say who knows your body better than you? if you do a breast self exam, you will be the first one who will notice a change. while in the big picture, there may not be a reduction in the detection of cancer to actually
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>> kris: almost 8:00. thank you for joining us. i'm kris anderson. naents i'm nancy chen. ahead, frantic moments in arlington. good samaritans racing to the rescue after an s.u.v. plunged into a pond. >> kris: a community in weymouth breathing easier
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back behind bars. >> nancy: more surgery for two police officers shot in the line of duty. an emotional tribute in the city. >> kris: two more women claiming donald trump made unwanted advances. >> nancy: the patriots and their fans gearing up for tom brady's return to gillette
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>> nancy: racing to the strangers rushing to help a woman after her s.u.v. plunged into a pond in arlington. >> kris: coming together: a community honoring the two police officers who are still recovering after they were shot in the line of duty. >> nancy: donald trump trying to keep his campaign on track after two more women accused him of inappropriate touching. >> kris: grounded: samsung's galaxy note 7 banned from flights in the u.s. >> this is 7 news today in new england. >> nancy: good morning to you.
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i'm nancy chen. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. all those stories and much more straight ahead. first, we take a live look outside. some look sleeves. it is chilly out. >> nancy: i know. it is chilly out. there was frost out there this morning. look at the fall foliage. >> reporter: i had to do a little scraping this morning. i know many others did as well. you get further west, along and west of 128, we have 31 in norwood. 32 in bedford: 28 inaf not a cloud in the sky. that sunshine will help warm things up very nicely. and the next weather-maker will hold off just long enough that we will squeeze out a very nice weekend. sunny and seasonably cool. in other words, temperatures today near or just ever so slightly below average. then tonight, clear skies, full moon. patchy fog late. otherwise, not bad. a little warmer tonight. no freeze warnings. no frost advisories. nothing like that tonight. then tomorrow, we warm up to
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we talked about how warm it gets in the 7-day forecast coming up in a few minutes. >> nancy: all right. thank you. a wild rescue in arlington. good samaritans racing into the water to pull a driver from a sinking s.u.v. police say that driver stepped on the gas by mistake and went right into that pond. >> kris: some scary moments, as you can imagine. thanks to those rescuers this morning, that woman is safe and she is recovering. we have a closer look at what happened here. screams filled the air in arlington as the ford s.u.v. dipped below the water. >> i lost her. i lost her. report tt man who swam to the driver's aid feared hope was last until miraculously, her head appeared before the surface. >> there she is! >> another man got into the pond. the 68-year-old woman did not know how to swim. .


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