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real time closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning company >> anchor: terrifying moments in lowell foaling a home invague, police opening fire at a person pulls out a gun. >> a second person killed in canton after a tree fires crashing down cig a father. >> anchor: we have the latest numbers from our exclusive poll. >> anchor: a deadly fire rushes through a home in month and yore as a man rushes in to try to save his parents. thank you for joining you, i'm brandon gunnoe. >> anchor: i'm nancy chen. we're tracking, can you believe it, more winter weather. >> i can believe it. >> a winter storm watch has
tuesday, for more let's head over to rob for the latest. >> reporter: the national weather service only issues a winter storm watch if they think 6 inches of snow is a possibly. that watch was expanded during the overnight. yesterday evening it was the only plymouth county coastline and under the watch and they expanded that watch to include all the of eastern mass then southern worcester county. that begins at 7:00 and going until 7:00 tuesday. you also have the threat of coastal flooding tor plymouth county coastline and also the cape and nantucket. strong northeasterly winds could lead to coastal flooding around the teem of tide last tomorrow most. most of the area at or belowed freezing mark. do look out for an icy spot. a little warmer than it was yesterday morning and afternoon temperatures will be warmer than they were yesterday afternoon. satellite and radar kauai
highs in the low 40s, big changes coming into the overnight hours, we'll mock more about that and how many snow i think we'll get. >> anchor: two suspects in hospital after police responded to a reports of a home invasion in lowell around 8:00 last night. police say when they got there, they were confronted by a man with a gun. so they opened fire, hit the man twice. a second man was able to initially get away but was away. two people inside the home were assault and tape to the hospital as well -- taken to the hospital as well. police are still investigating. >> anchor: a town already grieving is deeply saddened again. a second person has been killed in can't beon after getting hit by a falling tree branch. the 48-year-old father of dedied yesterday. >> the accident happened hours after a 6-year-old girl was killed by a falling limb during the storm. now police are warning about the dangers. >>
>> last night, obviously everybody knew why we're grieving for the young wild in our community that we lot accident. >> reporter: two tragic comments 24 hours in this community. canton residents already in morning over the last of 6-year-old kayleigh kenyon shocked to learn there was another freak accident involving heavy snow on a tree. this time a 48-year-old life. >> the tree limb was approximately 40-50 feet directly above him. he didn't hear it and had no time to react. struck him on the head causing obviously very traumatic injuries. horrendous, the poor guy bit. >> reporter: neighbors horrified say the aftermath of this storm has been dangerous. >> the branches were falling every 15 minutes. >> reporter: town officials devastated by what has happened. >> it's difficult to understand how and why these
it's so random. and coincidental, it's hard to figure out. i don't know that we will. >> reporter: kelli o'hara, 7 news, today in new england. >> nancy: now there has been a flurry of activity on the new hampshire campaign trail but not much movement in our exclusive poll. so let's take a being look at the latest numbers. westerny sanders is at 57%. hillary clinton is standing at 40 perks undecided votes dropping to 2%. take a look at our tracking poll here. bernie sanders right up, back up on the upswing up to 2 points. as for hillary clinton her momentum has come to a stop. she lost a point. as for the republican trump wept up to 36. rubio staying at 14. ted cross at 13. jeb bush is at 10 and john kasich is at the -- 9%.
karly fee rearo is also at -- fiorina. undecided standing at 7% there. for the poll see trump ray maining far ahead. he picked up another point and then in a crowded field, marco rubio in second, ted cruz in third with bush in 4th and kasich in 5th. don't fer goat your poll continues right up to the northern primary. the latest results for you tomorrow morning on 7 news today in new england. that's going to be at 6:40. >> anchor: new hampshire candidates squaring off. trump was back in the spotlight but he wasn't the most aggressive on stage. this morning, a lot of people are talking about how marco rubio handled the pressure or i should say didn't. this just days before voters head to the polls. dan hausle has more. >> jeb wants to be a tough guy. he wants to be a tough guy. >> when you've never been responsible for that in your entire life.
>> reporter: debate watchers looking for fireworks got them. >> the meetings barack obama don't know -- >> the member miced 25-second speech. >> chris crity and marco rubio tangling over leadership and whether rubio ran from his own emigration reforms. >> i think the experience is not just what you did but how it worked under. his chris christie's governorship of new jersey -- >> that's whatway. c. d. does. the drive-by shot at the begin with increate and the memorized 25-second speech that is exactly what advisors gave him. >> reporter: jeb bush took on trump over eminent domain and how trump used it for a private project. >> a lot of times -- >> how tough is it to take a -- >> let me talk, quiet. >> reporter: john causic tried to make his mark playing the noise guy. >> i have to say after being here every one of my 100 town hall meetings in new
fun than what i saw here today or so much more positive. >> reporter: the debate got off to a rocky start when ben carson was left waiting in the wings thinking back to iowa. >> when i wasn't introduced number two as was the plan i thought maybe he already thought i dropped out. >> reporter: cruz apologize and try to stay out of the candidate cruz fire. >> you said mr. trump don't have the temperament. >> i think that is an amessments the voters are going to make. >> if you noticed he didn't answer your question. that is what is going to happen with the people we compete against. trump. we're going to win. >> reporter: dan hausle, 7 news today in new england. >> candidates hitting the campaign trail and some getting a little help from a few familiar faces. byron barnett has a closer look how the democrats are spending their final few
>> that is why we want hillary clinton as our mrs. . >> al franken with hillary clinton trying to keep her supporters fired up and ready to go as primary day draws near. >> i hope you will believe that we can wage and win the fight for the future because i sure do. and i need your help on tuesday. >> reporter: clinton was joined by mad lynn albright who spoke to women without mincing words. >> just remember there is a special place in hell for other. >> reporter: clinton went door to door in manchester campaigning for votes. she stopped in at adorner where she chatted with voters one on one. the border. >> you can make the difference in this election. >> reporter: a delegation of massachusetts elected canvas for her. >> we have to be here to fight because this is going to decide who the most powerful person in america
and hillary clinton is the best prepared. >> because hillary should be our next president. hand down there, is no question for prevention clinton's democratic rival bernie sanders still leading in the polls focused on his base which includes young voter campaigning at franklin piers college. >> if we can win here in new hampshire, the eyes of the world will know that this country is about to move in a new direction. >> reporter: byron barnett, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: bernie sanders making a special appearance on "saturday night live." this is him, the vermont senator performed in a skit with larry david. sanders portrayed there that is david, played a passenger who argued about who should be allowed on a life boat.
worth more than all of ours put together. >> hold on, holds on, wait a second. [applause] >> i'm so sick of the 1% getting appreciatings. >> he joke that had he is larry dade. >> they look the same. >> don't forget make sure you stay with 7 news on-air and on-line through primary night. follow candidates on their tours through new hampshire on whdh.com as well as the 7 news mobile and tablet apps. >> anchor: to a tragic fire in north andover home. a woman was trapped as flames tore through this house. one man jumped jumped in to rescue people living inside. john cuke ox has the latest. >> i came out to fix the snowman and i heard the alarm going off. >> reporter: bill kelly
mother and father. >> the fire, when i opened the door the friar carb rushing out. >> reporter: he walked down the stairs. >> all i know is that it caught fire upstairs. that is all i know. >> reporter: his parents had a tenant renting the second floor. bill went for her as well but couldn't get there. >> i ran up the back door but it was too much smoke and everything. >> the smoke alarm went off in the hallways upstay, he got them out. he couldn't get upstairs. >> reporter: once firefighters pulled up they tried to save the woman inside but she -- >> she did subbum to the injuries of the -- succumb to the injuries of the fire. >> reporter: thanks to the quick thinking of their son bill's parents are ok and his family is thankful. >> my inlaws are alive and they're safe. >> my brother got them out. >> reporter: john cuoco, 7 news today in new england. >> anchor: they're trying
the fire, but sources say it smoking. >> anchor: police making a deadly discovery. police found a body near a construction site near beacon street yesterday. police continue to investigate. >> anchor: ahead on today in new england a bob shred race taking a deadly turn for two teens. what police are now saying about the tajic. >> the deputy going above and beyond the call of document how he is pitching in
to help out those in need. >> winter storm watch issued for most of the area for tomorrow.
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periods of snow beginning tomorrow into thursday. it now looks like tomorrow's tomorrow will be by far the more significant one. we're likely only to get flurries, little to no additional accumulation beyond tomorrow. the other concern is strong winds could kick up the high tide and lead to coastal flooding possibly along the plymouth county coastline. temperatures 5-10 degrees warmer than yesterday morning but most of us at or below the freezing mark. we should warm up quickly into the low 40s this afternoon. thanks in part to plenty of sunshine. hardly a cloud in the sky out there right now. getting some great sunrise pictures, thank you, that is what we're looking for. storm number one developing off of the carolina coastline bringing snow to parts of south carolina. there is storm number two. that is in minnesota right now. then off the screen we've storm 3 and storm 4 heading
of days but first one works up the coastline. likely to see rain and snow combining in the pre-dawn hours for the cape and the islands. that will change over to all snow then spread further inland and further north as we head to the late morning hours. as more the morning commute we're likely to see a little bit of light accumulation south of the pike, could be tricky in the morning south of the pike but the snow just getting going. becoming more wide spread as we head to the lunchtime hour on monday. then the ride home will likely be tricky for just about everyone coming home from work tomorrow evening. the storm number 1 starts moving off of the coastline into tomorrow afternoon. storm number 2 will pass by to the south over night monday into tuesday keeping the chance of snow going into tuesday morning. so that will be our best chance for accumulating snow. monday morning into tuesday morning. after that it starts to taper off. we have the new hampshire primaries on tuesday.
very spotty flurries, snow showers, that is it. i don't think it'll have a huge impact on the primaries. in terms of how much we're expecting most of the air boston metro area inside 495 about 4-6 inches of snow monday morning no tuesday morning with a big winner plymouth county down to the south shore, parts of the cape where we've ocean effect snows due to the strong wind. the other story is look at the temperatures through the seven-day forecast. highs only in the 20s for friday and saturday. not much melting of the snow all wait into next weekend. >> 20s? thank you. a deputy is lending a helping hand to the homeless in florida. he visits about a dozen homeless caverns in the area several times a year. he hands out food, clothing and hygiene products all of it coming out of his own pocket. it ise a a great way to develop trust with community and the help people in need. >> with some catastrophic
>> they understand that i'm not out there to be an adversary, i'm there to make sure they're okay. >> he says he will keep making charitable visits as long as he can still afford to do it. >> that is nice to see him that. >> >> nancy: a colorado couple taking their fandom to new heights. why today's big game holds extra special meaning for them. >> speaking of the super bowl how many wings do you think americans are going to scarf down today? the numbers might shock from postal workers to nurses... he's been endorsed for real change: bernie sanders. endorsed by friends of the earth action as "a bold, fearless voice for the planet." the nation endorses bernie saying, "you can trust sanders because he doesn't owe his
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a fight inside the club may have caused the shooting. witnesses say they were shaken up. >> people were stepping over each other, some people had to go to the hospital for injuries of just being stomped. 150, it's not that big of a crowd. it's not always busy on a friday night but this
happened to be one of those nights somebody went crazy. >> nancy: police are going through cell phone video taken inside of the club. no word yet on any arrests. >> bob sled ray takes a deadly turn. two teenage brothers were killed when their bod sled slammed into a larger gate. the teens broke into the race track after it closed for the night and investigators are trying to figure out how the young men were able to get in. >> investigators are working to determine how the teens entered the property and what led to their decision
>> anchor: six others were injured but are expected to be okay. >> nancy: deadly shooting in alabama. police say a 3-year-old boy accidentally shot and the killed his nine-year-old sister. this happened yesterday afternoon at their grandparents' house. the boy found a loaded pistol on a night stand and excellently fired the gun -- accidentally fired the gun. >> anchor: police on high alert ahead of tonight's matchup against the broncos and panthers. >> what is the super bowl without the feed? the staggering amounts of wings americans will eat tonight.
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>> anchor: everybody is talking about the big game, it's finally here, super bowl 50. kickoff tonight. california police are stepping up security for the games. >> nancy: there are extra patrols on the street. bomb sniffing dogs are searching people before they enter the stadium. sharpshooters will be position and fighter pilots will be roaming the skies to shoot down any threats. >> it's what you. >> rather be safe than sorry so i like the police presence. >> nancy: the f.b.i. says there are no credible threats. >> anchor: going to the super bowl would make the day special for any fan, but it's extra special for one
dennis and judy have been denver bronco ticket solders since 1970. >> that is our anniversary on february 7. >> the day of the super bowl. >> peyton manning and we're hoping for the cinderella story for him because it has been one for us. >> anchor: the couping is going to celebrate their 46th wedding anniversary tomorrow. they say it will be a special day no matter who wins. good attitude. >> nancy: what would the super bowl be without the chicken wings? americans will consume 1.3 billion wings by the end of this weekend. that is another to feed four chicken wings to every mon, woman and child in this country so god bless america for that. >> anchor: american chicken wings. >> reporter: mid 60s in san francisco. sound good especially when
another look at the forecast, about 2-4 inches from fitchburg north to jaffrey. 4-6 inches down through boston down to foxboro. 6-8 for parts of plymouth county tomorrow into tuesday morning. >> anchor: that's going to do it for you, i'm brandon gunnoe. >> nancy: i'm nancy chen. the "today" show is next. we'll see you back what would you do with five minutes to kill, and a smart phone? check the scores. probably post a pic. how about register to vote? really? you can. five minutes online and a massachusetts drivers license is all it takes to register so you can vote go to registertovotema.com.
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