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>> one last push as election day nears tomorrow. both campaign rallying voters up in new hampshire as america gets ready to choose the president. also coming up this morning breaking news a political ground breaker passes away. more on the life and the career of janet reno. >> and a car plunging into the charles river. how the driver in manages to stay dry. good morning. 9:00 on this monday. thanks so much for making us a part of your day. >> we have a busy week on tap. it's looking like nice election day forecast. >> a little bit chilly today. had to bring out the big boy coats. we did have a chilly start actually much colder than yesterday morning. good news we're looking at gorgeous weather both today as well as you head to polls tomorrow.
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we have a couple of additional clouds. that did help keep them warmer here last night. many saw low 20s orange and 23 this morning. worcester at 33 degrees. we r in mid 30s in boston. you can see temperatures actually still in the mid 40s in hyannis and that's partially due to cloud cover they've seen here pretty much all day yesterday as well as through the overnight hours into this morning. temperature right now are comfortable in the low 40s. 41 in norwood. where did we go from here? i'll have that answer coming up in my main weather segment. we need to get a check of fast track traffic. that doesn't look too bad out there danielle. it's actually really bad. we have quite a few accidents. it doesn't look bad. it's kind of deceiving. let's go to the maps. we have quite a few accidents out there. start in cam bridge. route 2 eastbound we have an
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northbound at exit 30 we have an overturned vehicle that's backing things up. on 93 southbound at route 60 we have crash. braintree to boston northbound on the expressway pretty much crawling the whole way there. that will take you about 31 minutes. south of town not too bad. let's look at the drive time as you get ready to head tout door. also half an hour into town on the pike from 93 southbound 128 to zakim bridge 24 minutes. back to you guys. thank you. and the presidential election just one day away. there's news on hillary clinton's e-mails the fbi once again clearing the candidate of any wrongdoing in her e-mail investigation saying they found many duplicate e-mails and nothing knew. donald trump is speaking out against the fbi conclusion. he spoke in virginia as we get closer to election day now in this final day of campaigning. donald trump is headed to new
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we have team 7 coverage beginning with victoria warren on the campaign trail today. vicki? >> good morning. it's going to be a pick political day in new hampshire. president obama coming to speak at the university of new hampshire on behalf of hillary clinton once again proving just how important this state's four electoral votes are. >> i believe with all my heart that our best days are ahead of us. hillary clin s hampshire. >> this election is a moment of reckoning. it is a choice. between division or unity. >> clinton making no mention of the fbi's investigation into her e-mails or word that the review is over. sunday afternoon fbi director wrote a letter to congress saying that based on our review we have not changed our conclusion that we expressed in july with respect to secretary
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michigan not buying the news. you can't review 650,000 new e-mails in 8 days. clinton's biggest advocate president barack obama back in florida on sunday where hispanic early turnout bumped after his appearance on thursday. >> if we win florida it's an in. ist -- i was one of the kids matter. but it really does. it really, really does. >> and got the crowd rocking in the granite state. ? ? can you see is sunshine ? ? president obama is going to with on unh campus later this afternoon. security will be very tight for this event. then he joins hillary clinton at her final rally in philadelphia this evening. she's bringing out more star power there.
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victoria warren 7news "today in new england." and donald trump will be on the battleground blitz today making stops in five states just hours before the polls open. he will be stopping in north carolina. florida, pennsylvania and new hampshire. then wrapping things up in michigan trying to secure those key last-minute votes. let's go to john cocoa in manchester. one of those five key stops planned for today. it's all about the ground game. mike pence was in he will join donald trump here tonight. continuing a busy stretch for the republican ticket. >> we'll call this the midnight special is speech. midnight madness on the campaign trail. >> this is a marathon today. we're not playing games. hillary is fast asleep. she's sleeping so beautifully. >> trump speaking into the early hours of the morning at an event in virginia.
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people to deliver the justice >> in pennsylvania -- >> hillary clinton is the most corrupt person to ever seek the presidency of the united states. if she were to win it would create an unprecedented constitutional crisis. is >> do you really want a president who doesn't care enough about your vote that she never shows up. >> in michigan, hillary has bad instincts at his opponent. even taking shots at js and beyonce who performed for clinton over the weekend. without jz and beyonce and all of these people and by the way my language is much, much cleaner as you know than js and beyonce. boy. >> if you noticed donald trump's
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the campaign staff has revoked that privilege. live in new hampshire, 7news "today in new england." thanks for the update. franklin pierce university and the "boston herald"'s last national poll shows that hillary clinton has a lead over donald trump but that it's shrinking. clinton with 48% of likely voters support compared to trumps 44%. that's one-pointless than last months poll. that poll was taken before yesterday's report clearing hillary clinton of any wrong doing. across the nation we've seen cases of political vandalism popping up right here in the baystate. a violent message directed toward supporter of donald trump had to be covered up. here's nicole oliverio with more on what happened. >> reporter: it's been a nasty campaign. but now this latest graffiti really is expressing violence. the good news it has been removed from the side of the
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the side of the building at least 20 feet in length. that message in white letters said kill your local trump supporter. boston police are trying to figure out who spray painted the disturbing message here. it's unclear how long it had been up. but once noticed its then covered up. this is happening across the country as election day nears. three teenager in mississippi facing charges for allegedly spray clinton graffiti. the teens painted killery and other messages on parliaments -- parts of the building. >> it's unclear what any charges the person who did would face. police are investigating. in boston, nicole oliverio. 7news "today in new england." and don't forget 7news has you covered. election coverage begins at 4:00 tuesday. both 7news and nbc will be
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throughout the night. i'll be there in new york joined by dan hausle and byron barnett all throughout the day. breaking story from ornight. a political ground-breaker has passed away. janet reno was not only a former united states attorney general but also the first women to hold that position. 7 sarah french is here this morning with more on her life and her career. sarah? >> janet confirm i think she died this morning from complications from parkinsons. one of the most recognizable figures during the clinton administration facing critisism for the waco, texas compound where 80 people died.
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french. 7news "today in new england." right now let's go to breaking news. police have now made an arrest after the shooting death of a 21-year-old in everett. and now that suspect is set to go before a judge. for the latest. here's jennifer eagan. they've arrested a 27-year-old man. keith herring is headed to court where he will face several charges including murder. sources say it's unclear what led to the shooting. thel happened during a drug deal. officers were called to ferry street around 2:00 yesterday afternoon one witness describes what she heard. the guy that got shot was right over there. he kept saying he couldn't breathe. he couldn't breathe. the girl just stay with us. stay with us. it's sad. it's sad. because it's nonsense that this
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he didn't survive his injuries. police say this was an isolated incident. newsroom jennifer eagan 7news "today in new england." we have breaking story from overnight now. crews wait until you see the video pulling a car out of the charles river in cambridge. we are told two cars were involved in an accident right at memorial drive and river street. one of the cars that one there ended up rolling down that embankment into the water. investigator say the driver managed to hop out of the vehicle before it went into the water. >> right now police in worcester are looking for allegedly dragged a pedestrian. officers say the victim was dragged about 90 to 100 feet. and investigator believe the man was leaving into the car trying to speak with someone. that's when the driver sped away. right now police are investigating a crash in tewksbury where they say a 70-year-old man died after being hit by a pickup truck on
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scene and is cooperating with police. >> new this morning now a suspect is in custody after a shooting that left a georgia deputy dead and another injured. officials say those two officers were responding to a call about a disputed home when the suspect open fire. the other deputy involved is in critical condition this morning. new this morning several people injured after an earthquake hits central oklahoma. this is a magnitude 5.0 quake that damaged a number of building last night. we were minor. it could be felt in missouri and acarc. twitter back on line after brief outage. down for several minutes earlier this morning and in part of europe. it all comes after wiki leaks reported a cyberattack on its e-mail publication server. there's no word yet on how that outage happened. still ahead right here constable changes coming to boston. what they will have to provide
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a bridge taken down literally. back open this morning after major demolition over the weekend. >> we're seeing dry skies as we kick off your work week. will it stick around into election day. those details coming up. it's time for your to decide who did it better. it's our olympians verses our own bri vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose.
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ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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>> welcome back. it's 9:15. hopefully you enjoy that extra hour of sleep. it's so nice. >> one day of enjoyment. then like okay i wish i could last more days. you get used to it then you have early sunset. sunset 4:30. quick look at what we are seeing
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than what we saw yesterday. actually started tout day yesterday in the low 40s. many of us were even in the low 20s. a chilly start we will warm up nicely today to about seasonable highs. temperature low 50s for most of us. some of us struggling to hit 50 worcester closer to 48. check out tomorrow's high temperatures. we're talking 60s so 64 degrees. bedford. close to 60 in worcester. very mild air as we head into election day. no excuse not to get toll days here as we kick off your work week. winds from the north. not as breezy as yesterday. and those wind are going to be mild as we head into tonight. a quick look at the overarching system. cold front will push in now. we have high pressure set overhead. that will stick around today as well as tomorrow. you can see the cold front pushes through as we head into the middle of work week. that's where we have our best shot at some showers here this week.
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at best. one day of 60 degree weather for us this week. but we'll be back more seasonable temperature by the end of the week. and a look at what we'll see as we head into weekend. a secondary front that will push through this the really going to reinforce some cool air as he head into next week. by saturday flurries temperature in the mid to low 40s. and high pressure squeezes into chillier weather is on the way. i wouldn't get used to this weather we see by tomorrow. breezy conditions by friday as well. otherwise pretty nice conditions over the next couple of day. dry skies monday and tuesday. best chance for moisture will be wednesday. today temperature will be low 50s more most of us. some of us upper fort. wind from the north. winds become calm tonight and we're looking at clear skies as well. some us are will be pretty chilly again by tomorrow morning
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your 7 on 7 forecast. showing temperature will be unbelievably moderate as we head into tomorrow and election day. mid-60s plenty of sunshine but again don't get too used to it. we're back into the 40s by saturday. >> here's some new video we have of the demolition of highland avenue bridge in needham. route 128 back open this morning as crew take apart the bridge sunday. officials say they finished the project ahead of schedule. ri n are open. a big smile for commuters this morning. fire breaking out in connect connect. cars get scorched. a home as well. and now it's investigated as a case of arson. >> ahead 9:30. shots fired. bullets shattering window. bullets shattering window. where this allat's kelly ayotte?
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kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you.
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? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education, vote no on question 2.
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depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. >> right now officials in connect keblth look into case of arson after a home and several cars go up in flames. five of the cars were scorched. investigators are piecing through the damage left behind. let's check in sarah for the latest with that. >> the officials say this fire started inside one of the car and then eventually spread to the other four. there were six people inside the home at the time of the fire.
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flames higher than the rooftops. i heard the first explosion then the second one. i got up and looked out the street. it looked like the bottom of the street was totally ungulfed in flames. it was really high too. . >> the street was closed down for several hours while officials investigated the scene. they say at least two of the vehicles are a total loss. in the newsroom. sarah french. 7news "today in new england." ahead at wild wreck and it was caught on camera. tense moments leading up to this big crash that ended on the west coast. much different note. and it's time to decide who did it better. a sneaker showdown in this week's challenge.
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when you're raised by a single mom, s. i'm colin van ostern, and i took that lesson to my work in business, and it's how i'll stand up for you as governor. by cutting inefficient spending and using innovation to save tax dollars, we'll make new investments without a sales or income tax. to create clean energy jobs, protect affordable health care, and lower college costs and cut student debt. as governor,
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massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker
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>> we love this every monday. get our week started off with smile on your face. you like to laugh. bri makes us laugh because she had so much fun with the segment. she went up against the olympian who inspired the world. pay attention. you're the one that will decide who did it better. she may not have gotten the chance to medal after getting hurt during her first race in rio. gold in our sneaker showdown. this is awesome o have you here. great to be here. thank you. see how fast we can complete the sneaker assembly process at the new balance global flagship store in brighton. >> have you ever done this before? >> witnessed it done by the experts never done it. >> before things kicked off patty explained the process. >> you have to condition it a little bit. that's what it looks like when i take off my bowling shoes.
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marker prime and then paint on rubber cement. you red ready? >> let's do it. >> put it on your block. use your horn. beep, beep. your doing a really good job. >> prepping the sole. this is the glue. don't touch with your bare hands. >> am i done? >> 3, 2, 1, let's go. steam it. got to use the shoe horn. now we draw. i will name this one the air breezy. >> am i doing this right? >> you gave her more help than this. i feel like i'm dripping glue everywhere. this is taking way too long. i think that's it. the first steps were complete but they weren't done
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have 15 seconds to put them together. toe first. >> good. good. how tricky was this, abby? >> it does stick. >> in the end i completed the timed process in four minutes and six seconds with a little bit of the rubber cement showing on the sneaker. abby sprinted through the challenge in just three minutes and 17 seconds. but her excess amount of cement may have stuck her shoe on the sidelines. well done. didn't live up to the name. >> didn't. we'll see who is champion because you get to decide. head to whdh.com. in case you didn't get that you get to decide who did it better in we'll have results tomorrow at 6:00 a.m. i need bri to get me the sneaker adhesive.
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sneakers. they grow out of them before they destroy them. >> those one if you walk with them they may stick to the floor with the extra glue. we want to see who wins. still more ahead on 7news "today in new england." state's attorney general going after gun maker. what court ruled that they now have to turn over. >> we're looking at beautiful start to your work week this monday withen nicer weather headed our way for election day. more on that coming up after the break. the search for victim continues as officials believe they may
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massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents"
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"a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. just one day until election day. headed to granite state one more time. boston officers shot and now changes under way. the new procedures that
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coming to an end with a big wreck. the tense moments that led up to this crash. >> 9:31 on this monday. i'm christa delcamp. a little bit of roller coaster ride with the temperatures. rain and gropple thrown in there. dot. i think they do. it's been a roller coaster in termings of morning lows. temperature yesterday low 40s. this morning started in the low 20s. right now actually mostly sunny skies. a beautiful start to work week. although again a little bit chilly. additional cloud cover as you head along the coast into the cape here today. most of those clouds are actually going to stay along the cape. plenty of sunshine today. cooler start. 33 degrees in worcester. 27 degrees in bedford. take a look at orange.
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varied temperature as we lost cloud cover. couple or more clouds along the coast. temperature will warm up nicely. currently low 40s. and we will look at pretty seasonable temperatures more on the election day forecast after the break. just a day left on election countdown. there's news on hillary clinton e-mails that the fbi cleared the candidate of any wrongdoing. donald trump in the mean time speaking out against the fbi announcement. he spo in virginia as we inch closer to election day. we have team 7 coverage beginning with 7 victoria warren who is on the clinton campaign trail. >> i believe with all my heart that our best days are still ahead of us. hillary clinton sending a message to voters in new hampshire. this election is a moment of
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division or unity. clinton making no mention of the fbi's investigation into her e-mails or word that the review is over. sunday afternoon fbi director james comey wrote a letter to congress saying based on our review we haven't changed our conclusion with respect to secretary clinton. a defiant donald trump in michigan not buying the news. >> you can't e-mails in 8 days. you can't do it. clinton's biggest advocate president obama hayes spannic early turn out. clinton enlisted some added star power on the trail. ist i was one of those kid that was like our vote doesn't matter. it really does. it really, really does. and got the crowd rocking in
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? ? >> president obama will be speaking on the university of new hampshire's campus later this afternoon. then he's travelling to philadelphia for hillary clinton's last rally of this campaign. she's bringing out some other big names as well. bruce springsteen and bon jovi. donald trump is going to be on the battleground blitz making stops in these five states. he carolina, pennsylvania, new hampshire and wrap things up in michigan trying to secure those last key votes. 7's john cocoa with more from manchester where one of those stops will take place later today. >> we'll call this the midnight special speech. midnight madness on the campaign trail. this the marathon today. we're not playing games.
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asleep. she's sleeping show beautifully. trump speaking into the early hours of the morning at an event in virginia. five stops in five swing states. it's up to american people to deliver the justice. >> hillary clinton the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency of the united states. >> if she were to win it would create unpress dented constitutional crisis. >>o doesn't care enough about your vote that she never shows up. >> in michigan hillary has bad instincts staying on script taking aim at his opponent. even taking shots at jz and beyonce who performed for clinton over the weekend. without jz and beyonce and all of these people and by the way my language is much, much
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beyonce. >> if you noticed that trump's twitter account has been more tame. according to the "new york times" that's because his campaign staff has revoked that privelege. in manchester, new hampshire, on-cocoa. 7news "today in new england." >> election coverage begins at 4:00 p.m. on tuesday 7news and nbc will bring the latest throughout the night and check out our reports live from new york city from trump and clinton hausle and byron barnett with updates throughout the day. >> police are investigating after shots were fired in boston. officers say the bullet shat yerd several window at home last night. no one was hurt. and so far police haven't made any arrests? and police are searching for suspects after a man is shot and killed in dorchester. happened on benthem road. investigators say the victim admitted himself to the hospital but was later pronounced dead. and new this morning changes
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after a former constable opened fire on two police officers. let's go to sarah french. and sarah this has to do with background checks. >> that's right the bpd is notifying the city's 300 constables they must be fingerprinted so authorities can run out of state background checks on them. this move comes a month after 33-year-old constable kirk figueroa shot two mrli but officials say that they didn't know he had a criminal history out of state. officers respond to domestic incident at figueroa's apartment when he began shooting at them. more officers stepped in and returned fire on figueroa. eventually killing him. two officers matthew morris and richardson were shot multiple times. both have since been released from the hospital. and are continuing to recover at home. constables now have until february to get fingerprinted or
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boston may be suspended. in the newsroom. sarah french. 7news "today in new england." some new details on gun control in massachusetts. a superior court ruling that the gun manufacturer grock had to send records to moira healy. she requested the document into the safety issue with gloc firearms. the gun company said it shouldn't have to provide the documents because it doesn't sell guns directly to massachusetts buyers. and looking for witnesses in a rocksbury fire that killed one person severely burned another. right now they are trying to figure out what started this fire at a condemned home. the flames broke out saturday morning eventually causing that house to collapse. authorities also say that some homeless people were living inside that home. happening today the driver accused of hitting and dragging a billerica police officer is due in court. according to the globe 28-year-old eric oblinis turned
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after the alleged assault and battery. two officers were investigating suspicious activity at a rite aid parking lot friday. one officer saw the suspect throwing a needle on the floor before putting the car in reverse. that officer dragged about 15 feet but is expected to recover. happening now. investigator heading back to the scene of a deadly discovery in south carolina. authorities uncovering another body that was buried at that property where a william was found chained in a medal container. jennifer eagan following this story. she's j latest. jen? >> so far two bodies have been found. authority say he led investigator to those gravesite. he has become a suspect in 7 murders since a womens found alive chained inside a medal container on his property. the body found on the site on friday has been identified as that women's boyfriend. the couple had reportedly gone to the property to clean his home back in august.
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in control room, jennifer eagan 7news "today in new england." now to story caught on camera in a wild chase in los angeles where police chase down a driver and their stolen car sunday night. oh, no he crashed into the divider there. what happened? unbelievable. that chase coming to an end when he slammed into divider. police tk custody. police are called now to respond to some turkey trouble in a california neighborhood. just in time for thanksgiving; right? police were called when the bird circled people's car trapping them inside the vehicles over the weekend. investigators say they also had received multiple reports of turkeys chasing people down the street. 911 discuss patchers were unindated by calls.
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running around chasing after people. >> i can't question anywhere. i'm literally stuck between two. they won't lee. it's just sitting here. i got to get somewhere. >> you here the gobbling in the background. officials say they are working on a plan to try and control those pesky turkeys. >> the dispatcher might you have drought of the story. had it not been for the sound effects. e still ahead. after thanks giving black friday that's still a few weeks away. find out how retailer are already kicking off holiday shopping in a big way. >> what is your election forecast look like?
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at's kelly ayotte costing you? kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire.
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restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. ben hassan is my older brother. is so funny, and so smart, and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan
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>> a little mixed bag of weather over the weekend. we were talking to ren she exploring forest restaurant. your first full weekend in boston. it was really nice saturday. we stayed dry. it was great day to get out and explore. sunday trace amounts. today we'll we've started out dry. couple of sprinkles across the cape. we will keep things dry. temperatures still cooler than yesterday morning lows. we been on a temperature roller coaster here. 37 in worcester. 41 in bedford. 41 in norwood as well.
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struggle to reach into the low 50s. they are pretty seasonable actually. 48 degrees as high in worcester. that's where jaffrey will sit today as well. about 50 degrees in boston. about 53 in new bedford. take a look at tomorrow. it's going to feel like september. temperatures mid-60s low sicks for some of us. potentially struggling to reach 60 degrees in worcester. very comfortable conditions. not terribly breezy. don't get lulled into this weather pattern. we have cooler weather h closer look at election day forecast. looking great. temperature cool in the morning. mid 30s for some of us anden upper 20s as you head further inland. school spots will cool down nicely. for boston mid 30s. by noon close to 60 degrees. i tomorrow low 50s. very comfortable weather headed our way. high pressure in command of weather pattern today and tomorrow. as we head into the middle of your work week. we have a cold front that bring a chance for showers throughout
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potentially into thursday morning. this also brings some cooler weather as we head into your thursday forecast. temperature back into 50s for us. quick look at rain chances here. we're dry today and tomorrow. just a slight chance for showers by thursday. but as we head into your weekend unfortunately we're talking about cooler air working its way in. secondary front pushes through new england and this is going to even bring the flurry. cool air sets in for saturday. low-to-mid 40s. also pretty breezy by the end of the week. expect some cooler weather headed our way. enjoy tomorrow's sunshine and temperatures in the mid to low 60s. today temperatures struggle to reach the 60s. as we see clear skies calm wind some of us will drop mid-to-upper 20s for those typical cool spots here in boston we should be closer to the upper 30s.
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mild air for tomorrow. your election day looking beautiful. expect the chance for showers midweek with again that cool down headed our way into next weekend. ren thank you. 7news turning to major change at disney. theme parks now have permission to fly is drones in orlando and anaheim. they are allowed to be flown during the day and night. the waiver is good for four years. kit be cancelled though at anytime. disney wants to fly drones for it's that time of the year when store start launching their holiday sales and even though black friday a few weeks away. many people have already started their holiday soming. 7's sarah friend french with more. >> i need to. if you hope to get an early start on holiday shopping. there's no better time as kris said than to start now before the good deals are gone. the world's large. retailer amazon is among those
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day shopping bonanza black friday and trending toward black november. they are taking advantage of this trend. wanting to make sure they engage the consumer that's eager to shop for the holiday season. several survey agree consumers are eager with over 40% well under way with their christmas shopping. stretching purchases over several paychecks instead of just one. they are demanding to do their shopping earlier than ever so when it's december they actually have time to enjoy it with their black friday sale last friday and more expected through the month. they expect other retailers to join in long before the day after thanksgiving. >> go visit wal-mart.cam and target.com. skipping crowd and less stress and bigger bargains. >> so amazon actually launched
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and in addition to they are offering lightning deals that pop up between now and december 22nd. in the newsroom. sarah french 7news "today in new england." so not into shopping. >> oh, please. i see one of the major retailer up there now. >> some black friday ads are out. we have to get a jump on it. >> you always are too. coming up in sports. the celtics taking on denver. was there offense enough to put them over the top with the
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massachusetts has many great public schools, lic schools. but some kids aren't so lucky. where they live, they don't go to a great school, and they have no choice. imagine if your kids were trapped in a failing school. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. but question 2 will change the future for thousands of kids who need your help. please join me and vote yes on question 2. who says i shouldn't have a soda everyday?
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definitely my wife. wait, i know what i want. make sparkling water at home. and drink 43% more water every day. sodastream. love your water. >> good morning. the celtics booed at the garden after allowing the nugget to score 77 points in the first
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like last year squad. not even close. this is what happened last night. emanuel making a name for himself. 7th overall pick in the 2015 draft. he out ors dropping 24 points. including three of four from long range. nuggets up 42-23 after one-quarter. celtics down 25 at the half. isiah thomas steps back they were still down 17. fourth quarter denver puts it away. tying career high with 30 points as the celtics get blown out 123-107. >> i thought looking at film this could be bad for us. and the reason i thought that is nicest way i can say this i think we play like a finesse team and they play physical.
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gate. >> former patriots janie collin making clevelan debut. collins matched up against jason whitman and the dallas tight-in wins the battle. en route the brown fall to 0-and-9. collin end 8 total tackle and qb hit. bruins back on the ice. trying to bounce back on saturday 5-2 loss to the ranger. that's sports. i'm j have a great day. while the padz patriots had a bi week. deafen mccordy and matthew slater and bob craft met with commissioner evans. they went to dorchester teen center to watch a basketball team between police officers and the kids from area. >> good way to spend the off weekend. local star makes a big impression on the voice. >> and she needs your help as >> and she needs your help as the hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this
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massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker
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>> contestant on the voice gearing up for the first live show this season. it's tonight up to view the viewer and local star needs your help. this is really excited. courtney horel wowed the judges in the first three rounds. tonight the stakes are so much higher. she's worked as mustic teacher from the boston school district. and then she moved out to california to work as the songwriter for some industry's biggest stars. >> i'm most excited about growing einvolving like i'm excited about learning what else is inside of me learning what else i'm able to do. how else i'll be able to express myself musically. there's a lot happening because of the election tomorrow night it really is an all or nothing night tonight. 20 artist will sing all of them and the top 12 will be revealed before the end of the show. you can catch all the excitement
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8:00. then catch a special all-new saturday night election special at 10:00. should be interesting followed by all the days new on 7news at 11:00. you didn't see snl over the weekend. i didn't. but you've been telling me. after the newscast we have to catch up on that. >> here's ren with the forecast mostly sunny skies. couple of additional clouds as head to cape. low-to-mid temperatures today will put into the low 50s some of us seeing upper 40. not quite as breezy as yesterday. wind from the north up to 15 miles per hour. still a bit breezy. but not as blustery as yesterday. boston a little bit warmer in the mid-to-upper 30s. as you head to polls temperature close to 60 degrees. and our highs tomorrow will actually be closer to 63 degrees. very mild weather for tomorrow.
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i guess so. >> thanks for joining us. i'm christa delcamp. >> i'm kris anderson. have a great morning. we'll s kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what -
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and double the pleasure as we countdown to coming up next. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take," live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today." it's monday morning, november 7th, 2016. a lot of folks out there who ran the new york city marathon yesterday. we offered them our congratulations it was a little brisk but a perfect day after running yesterday. we are so thrilled, speaking of

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