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firing on a man after an alleged home invasion in a home. >> a second person has killed been killed by a tree branch weighed down by snow. >> and new information from our new hampshire tracking poll. and did you see bernie sanders turning to snl in his race against hillary clinton. this is 7 news today in new england. realtime closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning. >> that was something. it is fun to watch him populary david, is it bernie? on the left it's david, born to
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>> they sound the same. rob, did have you a chance to see that last night, or was it too late? >> i saw the bits and pieceance his impression is spot on. meantime paying attention to a winter storm, expanded to include all of eastern mass and southern worcester county, at 7:00 dole morning and goes until 7:00 on tuesday morning. we are concerned about the possibility of moderate coastal flooding for the south shore and the cape. painly around the the time of high tide tomorrow morning and early tomorrow afternoon. 31 in boston, 37 in p-town and vineyard, most below the freezing marks, so do look out for a patch or two of ice in the short term. hard lay included in the sky now and sunshine, and light southwesterly winds will help get temperatures up to the low 40s. fairly mild sunny weather, this will be the calm before the
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you may see rain and snow begin very late tonight for the cape than islands and may begin as rain for the nantucket and vin yaird.the rest of us will wait million late morning hourance i will tuck about how much i think we'll get coming up. >> two suspects in the hospital, it happened in lowell. police were on their way to a home invasion when they got there they were confronted bay hand with a gun. they shot the man twice. a second man got away, by was then arrested a few blocks away. neighbor says they were shaken up. >> a bang, so i went out my door and three or four more gunshots and one went over the fence and i came out, and cops aren't police everywhere. k9's. >> not what you want to see. two people were assaulted and taken to the hospital. police are still investigating.
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reeling after another death caused bay fewing tree branch, the volcano is a 48-year-old father of three, after six-year-old girl was hit by a falling tree during friday's storm. >> police and fire responded, be aware of what's above you. kelly o'hara has more. >> last night, we were grieving for a young child in our community that we lost. >> reporter: two tragic accidents in 24 hours, canton residents are in mourning over the loss of kayleigh kenyon and shocked to learn there was another accident, this time a 48-year-old married father of three lost his life. >> the tree limb was approximately 40 to 50 feet above him, directly above him. he did not hear it and had no time to react and it struck him injuries.
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just horrendous. bit. >> reporter: neighbors horrified to hear the news. saying the aftermath that have storm has been dangerous. town officials devastated by what's happened. >> it is difficult to understand how and why these things happen. it is so random, it is hard to figure out. i don't know that we will. kelly o'hara, 7 news today in new england. there has been tlury of activity on the new hampshire campaign trail, but not much movement in our poll taken before last night's debate. bernie goes up two points at 57% and hillary clinton lost a point standing at 40% and undecided dropping two points to 2%. as for our tracking poll, you can see sappedders on the upswing, up two points and clinton, her momentum has come to a stop.
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donald trump went up to point to 36 and marco rubio in 14%, after that ted cruz at 13 and jeb bush in fourth at 10%. john kasich is at 9%. as for the at republicans chris christie at 4% and carly fiorina up a point also at 4%. and ben carson is at 3%, and undecideds are at 7%. you can see trump is far ahead and picked up another point and then a crowded field from there. marco rubio in second, ted cruz in third and bush fourth and kasich in fifth. this was taken before the debate last night and our tracking poll continues up to the new hampshire primary, we will have the latest results for you tomorrow morning right here on 7 news today in new england, and coming up at 10:00, 7's political editor andy hiller
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with analysis from u.s. lowell. -- umass lowell. >> dechls making their final push but republicans squared off in a war of words on the debate stage last night. dan hausle shows us the heated moments. >> you have never been responsible for that. >> reporter: the debate watchers looking for fireworks got them. >> this notion that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing is in and out, he knows what he's doing. >> peoplized 25-second speech. >> reporter: chris christie and senator rube raub tangling over leadership and whether rubio ran from his own immigration reforms. >> i think the experience is not just what did you but how it worked out. under chris christie's governorship they have been downgraded. >> drive-by with incorrect and incomplete information and
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is exactly what... >> reporter: jeb bush took on donald trump about eminent hotel project. >> quiet. let me talk. >> reporter: ohio governor tried to make his mark by playing the nice guy. >> everyone of my town hall meetings in noum were so much more fun than what i saw here today. >> reporter: the debate got off to a rocky start when ben carson was left waiting in the wings when ted cruz staffers counted him out. >> when i wasn't introduced as was the plan i thought maybe i had dropped out. yoo cruz apologized and tried to stay out of the candidate's crossfire. >> did ask about mr. trump and he said he doesn't have the temperament to be chander in chief. >> that is an assessment the voters will make. >> reporter: trump found that
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>> you notice he did not answer the questions. that is what will happen with our than mys. we will win with trump. lois hauske, 7 news today in dug dan hausle. in the meantime help from a few familiar faces during a final day battling for support in the granite state. >> that's why we want hillary clinton as our president. >> reporter: minnesota senator 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 a fight for the future. i need your help on tuesday. >> reporter: she was joined by former secretary of state madeline albright. >> there is a special place in hell for women who don't help each other.
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manchester campaigning for votes and stopped in with a diner where she chatted with diners one-on-one. clinton also got help from across the the the border. a delegation of massachusetts elected officials came north to canvas for her. thmplts will decide whether the most powerful person in america and the world and hillary clinton is best prepared. >> hillary should be our next president. hands down no question for me. >> reporter: and clinton's democratic rival still leading in the polls focused on his face, which includes young voters by campaigning in franklin pierce 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. byron barnett, 7 news today in new england. >> democratic presidential
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special appearance to saturday night live. did you catch it? he perform nad skit with a dople ganger comedian larry david. he argued with him about who should be allowed on a life boat. >> my life is worth more than all of yours put together. one percent getting this preferential treatment. >> i have to take second to think which one is which. even so, dade is known for impersonating sanders, and he had joked in the week and gave his best impression as the real larry david. stay with us through primary night and you can follow the candidates on whdh.com and the 7 news mobile and tablet app.
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north korea launched along range rocket, moving through the sky yesterday morning, north consideria says it is only carrying a satellite but its neighbors and the the white house denounce the launch as a missile test. the u.s. says north korea conducted it against u.n. sanctions and weeks after it claimed it tested a nuclear bomb. an investigation is underway. in taiwan crews rescued many who were this that high rise building. hundreds were hurt and 200 were killed during an earthquake. es are coors are trying to find people who may still be buried in the rubble. >> chipotle will be closed on monday, the restaurants will be closed for half day using the time to hold a company wide
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that is in response to several outbreaks of noro virus, including one this cleveland circle. ahead on today in new england a she of force, all eyes on super bowl 50, we will breakdown what is done to take on potential security threats. >> and all eyes on the storm system brewing in the carolinas. i will show you how much snow we are expecting. >> and taking the plunge, how nearly two dozen cars fell into a lake.
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in wisconsin, in people took the plunge, nearly two dozen cars fell through the ice on lake geneva. they were parked on a frozen lake as an overflow lot for an event. emergency crews worked for hours to get them out. no one was hurt. it seems to me, isn't this asking for it? >> where y are you parking po oh a froze than lake. the issue is a lot of times in boston, when things get cool people start to what walk on the ponds and the rivers and everything. and rob, i'm always nervous for them. there is an inch of water, it should be fine. >> rob: i would be nervous,
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half of the winter was, records through december. and the return of winter, four different systems will be headed our way through thursday. looking more likely that tomorrow will be by far the most significant and not expecting any additional accumulation on tuesday, wednesday and thursday. concerned about strong northeasterly winds, wind gusts tomorrow and that could lady to coastal flooding for the shout south shore and cape. 37 in p-town and 4 in nantucket. look out for a patch or two of ice, what melted yesterday may have refroze during the overnight hours. temperatures will quickly get up to loathe 40s here and satellite and radar quiet in this area, should be a good bit of sunshine and enjoy it. this what is we are watching heading toed overnight hours and into tomorrow. coastal storms bringing a little
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that will zip up the coastline and system number two is up here in minnesota a that will dive south of us on monday night and tuesday. probably beginning at rain, in nantucket the vineyard and parts of the cape during the predawn hours tomorrow morning. and that will quickly change the area. the morning commute will probably be okay. especially north of the pike, where the snow will take a little longtory get to, as you head to the afternoon hours, it becomes widespread over most of the southern new england and the the commute home to be trick career than the commute to work tomorrow. system number 2 begins to dive south in the overnight hours, in other words as one gets out of the way the other one moves in and that will keep the snow going monday night to tuesday. i do think it will taper off early on tuesday morning, nye we have the primaries in new hampshire, on tuesday. and in the too concerned about it because we look at the
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areas would be snow and notice how few and far between they are on tuesday. again the bulk of the snow coming to an end, predawn on tuesday morning and tuesday during the day will probably be okay. how much are we talk about? widespread pur-6 inches in the immediate boston area, more like 6-8, though for parts of plymouth county to the cape and more on 2-4 in northern worcester county up to southern vermont. the other story is the temperatures will be pretty cold, all the way through the 7-day forecast after today and weekend. so any snow that we do get will likely be around, highs not out of the 20s on friday and saturday. >> coming up today a dream come true for a teen fighting for his life. the special gift that sent him literally soaring to new heights. >> and it is already a good day for quarterback cam newton, the award he's receiving as he gets
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there are those who say a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision and look
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can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time a nation that defends but no longer carries i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message,
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football biggest night means big challenges for law enforcement. >> that is why california police are stepping up security for the super bowl tonight. extra patrols on the street by lee i have stadium. bomb sniffing dogs will be searching people before they
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pilots will be roaming the skies to shoot down any potential threats. people say they feel safer with the extra security. >> safe. what you expect tp rather be safe than sorry. i like that the police presence. >> if you were watching the debate, recognizing the season's best players and coaches and carolina panthers quarterback cam newton won his first career most valuable player award. newton led his team to a record this season while passing for over 3,000 yards and 35 touchdowns was named the offensive player of the year. a little bit of an over achiever. >> one to watch. are you excited? >> they are playing hot. a lot of people are rooting for denver. we will "t" what happens. >> can't wait to watch it. new england rushing to the rescue, hear from a man whether
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that swept through this home. and a special moment for a down dealing with hardship. how a group of pilots helped to
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he is fighting for his life but for one day he had a dream come true. >> he became a pilot, at andrews military base in maryland. he had the chance to fly a helicopter simulator and got fitted with his own g-suit and helmet. he was diagnosed with a rare and terminal disease two years ago, and he says whether there is a cure or the not he will enjoy his time with those he loves. >> i'm fighting for a cure the last two years. >> also michael's mother and sister and two brothers joined in to take in the moment. >> very nice to see. next on today in new england, hailed a hero, fire sweeping think an andover home, hear from the man whether rescued his parents from the flames. >> rob: a beautiful day on tap, a winter torm watch issued for tomorrow.
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>> things were heated up during the republican debate, our political analyst breaks down
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and losers. >> and hillary clinton and bernie sanders bringing in familiar faces in the hope hopes of gain new england support. this is 7 news today in new england. realtime closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning. >> i'm brandon gunnoe. welcome back. >> i'm nancy chen. it is february, rob, and i guess we have to expect it. >> rob: well below average for snowfall. for the winter as a whole. so a little more is certainly not out of the question this time of year. when you went to bed, just the south shore and came under a winter stormwatch. that was it and while you were sleeping the national weather service expanded it to all of the eastern massachusetts and northern worcester county beginning tomorrow morning april 7:00 and until 7:00 on tuesday morning and concerned about the possibility of moderate flooding due to strong onshore winds around the time of high tide late tomorrow morning and early tomorrow afternoon. temperatures this horning about 5-10 degrees warmer than
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a couple of spots below freezing and look out, and satellite and radar all quiet hardly a cloud in the sky. plenty of sunshine through the day combined with southwesterly winds up to the low 40s and very mild. clouds roll in tonight and we are likely to see the rain and snow beginning late tonight for the cape and islands and spreading across the rest of the area tomorrow. show you what we can expect snowfall-wise coming up in a few minutes. two suspects injured after home invasion in lowell. police they were confronted bay suspect with a handgun and they opened fire and hit the suspect twice. a second suspect got away but was taken into custody a short time later. toe people inside the home were attacked and had to be taken to the hospital, and police are still investigating. >> a canton man the tech person killed bay falling tree branch in the past two days.
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backyard, he was taken to boston medical center where he later died. kayleigh ken kron was also killed on friday night when a falling tree branch struck her as well. a flurry of activity on the new hampshire campaign trail. not much movement in our polls. bernie sanders went up two points and hillary clinton standing at 40%, undecideds dropping 2 points to 2%. and our tracking poll, sand errs on the upswing, up two points as for clinton her momentum has come to a stop, she last a point as for the republicans, donald trump going up a point to 36% and marco rubio staying at 14% in second place and jeb bush in fourth and 10%, john kasich lost a point and is at 9%.
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conservative staying at tur% and atmosphere for up a point and also at 4% and ben carson is at 3 percent. as for the tracking poll there, you can see trump is far helped n fact he picked up another point and then it is a crowded field from there. marco rubio in second and ted cruz in third and bush is in fourth and kasich in fifth. this was taken before the debate last night. and our tracking poll continues up to the new hampshire primary, we will have the latest results for you tomorrow morning on 7 news today in new england at 6. 45. and coming up at ten this morning, andy hill lower be live in new hampshire with analysis from umass lowell's dr. josh dick. >> drum wasn't most aggressive on stage. a lot of people are talking
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the pressure or say didn't. -- should i say didn't. when you have never been responsible for that in your life. >> this notion of barack obama doesn't know what he's doing is... >> there it is. the memorized 25-second speech. >> and look at the i ranny of this, people are talking about ben carson's confusion, the republican candidate didn't hear his name get called and let ted cruz of all people go before him. but he laughed it off. >> i wasn't introduced number two, as was the plan i thought maybe they thought i had dropped out. >> reporter: a lot of people talking about the heats exchange between job bush and donald trump when bush confronted him over his support for eminent domaine. trump shushed him, literally and told him to be quiet while he responded. political editor and eye hiller
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winners and losers and joins us from manchester with his instinct. >> reporter: republicans on the stage but i thought this was the three d's debate, desperate demolition derby and when it was finished a few looked ready to rumble some more but others were totalled. donald trump was the biggest win are, you like the donald, you got him. a lot of him. he may have increased his support, thanks to a strong defensive, and his harshest criticism of president obama. another winner, chris christie. had a persian gulf debate performance, and he is always loud but he was more, he found his voice. he was tough, aggressive and clear and compelling. you know this, there war some big losers too. given the stakes, there had to be. the biggest was marco rubio. this was his worst debate.
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confident, he repeated himself and when he was directly attacked by chris christie he withered. ted cruz, lost, too. give ann chance to challenge trump, he stood down. and he could only apologize to ben carson as suggesting wrongly that he was quitting the race after iowa. and if you have a picture of all the republicans who debated last night, save it. because i don't think think will be together again. new hampshire voters are about to do what they always do. turbo charge some candidates on the road to the white house and leave others as road kill. this new hampshire, i'm andy hiller. and that's any instinct. john kasich proving to be an iron-man after a poor showing in iowa the ohio governor is taking thum by storm w more than a hundred stops before tuesday's vote, and i got a chance to go one-on-one with him to talk
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as the ground shifts in new hampshire, john kasich criss-crossed state trying to pick up votes one by one. i joined him on board the campaign buzz as he went from atkinson to hollis on friday. new hampshire a key state for kasich as a republican race continues to narrow. >> we are not think being it. i'm thinking about when i get home between south carolina and nevada. >> nancy: >> nancy: he is focusing on the great state, holding his 100th new hampshire town hall meeting on try. despite a remarkably race, kasich says the important thing to him is to stay above the fray, focusing on the issues instead of attacks. >> the animosity between ted cruz and donald trump and uglyness on the trail right now, does that benefits you in in way that they have that with each
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thing? >> you know i don't really know what is going on because i don't turn on television. i'm in the really aware, i know it is negative out there. you have a campaign plan and you have campaign it. that is, i'm the not looking around at anybody else. with two days to go until new hampshire heads to the voting booth they are looking for a task coach. no panicking and none of that, do our job. and kasich told me he has though regrets about his campaign and that was the ground he is saving and he feels he's running a second-place finish. >> bernie sandaries peered on so the night live. he performed in a skit with
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he played a passenger on an endanger trip who argued about who should be allowed on a lifeboat. and hillary clinton in new hampshire went door-to-door campaigning and had one-on-one meet wgs voters. some familiar faces also joined her on the campaign stage, including senators al franken and ed marquee and boston mayor marty walsh and former secretary of state madeline albright. stay with us through primary night and you can follow the candidates on their tour through new hampshire on whdh.com and the 7 news mobile and tablet apps. investigators trying to figure out what caused a deadly fast moving fire in north andover on park street yesterday afternoon. officials say a woman living in on the second floor was killed and one man was able to rescue his parents who lived on the first floor. >> the fire, bhn i opened the door the fire came out at me, i
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help her too,. but there was too much smoke. >> the smoke alarm went up in the hallways, he con gets upstairs. >> nancy: the cause is under investigation. >> investigator says they found a body near a construction site on beacon street. police have not determined whether happened and the investigation is still ongoing. and a carjacking lands a man behind bars in carlisle. investigators say mike sullivan stole a car with a a woman still inside. that woman was not hurt. sullivan has been charged with theft and kidnapping. >> nancy: a deadly shooting in alabama a three-year-old accidentally shot and killed his 9-year-old sister, this happened at their grandparents' home. a by found a ledded weapon on a nato stand and accidentally fired the gun. the girl was taken to the
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>> brandon: good morning a nice morning outside. but this may be about to change. >> nancy: the temperatures are not so bad right now but it seems like, rob, it seems like everything is starting to melgt. we may have another system bringing on more. rob remember we should do a fair amount of melting and helpfully get some of the snow off the trees today before the next storm system arrives. a brand new model run in a few minutes ago slowing the timing down, i think the morning commute will be okay. especially north of the pike, really only expecting anything to develop south of the pike, around dawn tomorrow. the rest of us will have to wait until the morning hours. the commute home may be a
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have trouble to work or school but you may consider coming home early in that's an option. strong onshore winds, coming in out of the northeast and high tide in plymouth before 11 am a new moon tomorrow and you get slightly higher than normal tides, and we are getting high are than normal tides and combine that with strong gusts, out at the cape, than will be a concern. so frequent gusts over 40 and 50 miles an hour and parts of the south shore and cape and rest of us looking at gusts over 30, either way still a very windy and gusty day. currently got 30 in boston and 31 in beverly and temperatures will quickly start to climb up to the low 40s thanks this part to plenty of sunshine. this is the storm system watching in to tomorrow and right on its heels another one that will washing its way into the area tomorrow night.
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tuesday. really just the first of a series of storms, heading our way over the course of the next couple of day ofs. the latest timeline, you watched a half hour ago, model indicated rain and snow for the cape and islands around 5:00 and now it's more like 8:00 and timing slowed down a little bit but still looks like rain beginning for the cape and nantucket and martha's vineyard and changing over to snow early and becoming snow just about all over the south shore by noon and spreadsing across the west of northern new england as we head to the afternoon hours. all that snow tapers off by tuesday morning, and tuesday afternoon, we are only looking at maybe a spotty flurry or two. not expecting a huge problem for the primaries. widespread 4-6 across most the immediate metro area, like like 6-8 for parts of plymouth county and the cape, snow will be
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not expecting much additional snow showers here and there on tuesday, wednesday and thursday, temperatures like that and not getting out the 20s for friday and saturday, whatever we get tomorrow will be around next weekend. >> brandon: ahead today on new england... buff low wings, you have to have the bones. so much better than that way? how many americans are expected to eat for super bowl. highlights from the bruins game next.
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>> brandon: it was loud and heated and at times awkward. all the highlights from the debate. >> nancy: and latest numbers from our exclusive tracking poll, which candidates are pick up support and who is losing ground. >> brandon: and falling free branches proving to be fatal again. 9 and what sparked a deadly fire in north andover. this is 7 news today in new england. >> brandon: it is february 7th pm i'm brandon gunnoe. >> nancy: i'm nancy chen.
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a stormwatch expanded for much of the state. for latest on that let's head to the weather. >> rob: when you went to bed, the national weather service expanded that to cover all of eastern massachusetts and southern half of worcester county. starts at 7:00 tomorrow and goes until 7:00 on tuesday morning, lots of concerned about the possibility of minor flooding, on the south shore and cape around the time of high tide, which in plymouth is before 11:00 tomorrow morning, due to strong onshore winds, employeeing that time short. at 32 this boston and 35 in norwood and temperatures start to go up to freezing and low 40s this afternoon, thanks in part to a good bit of sunshine, hardly a cloud in the sky and nothing showing up on the satellite and radar, and mostly sunny skies through the day,
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overnight hours and low 40s this tonight. rain and snow possible in the islands, very low, gone tomorrow, and we will talk about the new timing store the storm and how much we might get coming up. >> nancy: we have our exclusive polling in the race for the white house. >> brandon: we have been tracking the ups and downs on both sides of the race. we go to andy hiller with the breakdown of the numbers. >> reporter: i'm in our new hampshire headquarters, and there was a lot of action at nift's debate but among new hampshire voters, not so much. let's tart with the democrats. bernie sappedders is beating hillary clinton 57 to 40%, widening his lead after he picked up two points overnight and she last one.
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of 2 since yesterday. the tracking polls shows sanders solidifying his lead and stopping hillary clinton's bust of momentum and in longer looks like she can catch up before tuesday. dr. josh, it's the bern. that is it, he led every day of our poll and now he's going up. >> reporter: the republicans had a debate but the democrats had one on thursday but what is state-away from that? >> two days post-debate and what we saw the iowa bounce, hillary clinton gained 16% in the track, no gain since the debate, and bernie sanders has gone up. there is no debate bounce for hillary. >> reporter: among the republicans very little movement overnight. donald trump stays on top with since yesterday. and in change for marco rubio and his 0 four% keeps him in
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ted cruz had 13 and maintains his support and says in third and job bush gained no points but his 10% puts him in fourth because john kasich dropped a point to 9, and fell back to fifth. and changes in the bottom tier, chris christie at 4, tied with carly fiorina after she gained a point. ben carson stayed steady at three and a good number of undecided voters left, 7%, 2% less than yesterday. tracking poll shows trump maintaining his big lead and increasing the distance between himself and the rest of the field and now it is a battle for second and third place. rube raub, ted cruz and jeb bush and john kasich all have a shot. so, can trump lose? >> i don't see how. he has been up double digits every day of our poll and more importantly it is becoming less and less clear who is the
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>> reporter: what is the commitment like? what are the voters, how committed are they? >> trump voters are most committed but the number i'm looking at today is 54% the number of marco rubio voters who say they could change their minds and if they are as critical of his debate performances a pundits were, they should be worried. >> reporter: eye of those, he was exposed at the worst possible time with respect of the new hampshire primary. i'm andy hiller, 7 news. >> brandon: the latest results for you tomorrow morning, right here on 7 news today in new england at 6. 45. >> nancy: candidates squared off in the final gop debate. a lot of people are talking about how the candidates did or
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the pressure two days before voters head to the polls. dan hausle has more. >> you have never been responsible for that in your entire life. the debate watchers looking for wire works got them. >> this notion that bam bomb doesn't know what he's doing is... >> there it is a memorized 25 second speech. >> reporter: marco rubio and chris christie tangling over leadership and what rubio ran from his own immigration reforms. >> experience is how things worked out. under chris christie's leadership in new jersey, they have internet downgraded on their credit rightings. that is what washington does, the memorized 20-second speech. >> reporter: describe bush took on donald trump about eminent company main. and how trump used it for a
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>> let me talk, quiet. ohio governor john kasich tried to make his mark by playing the nice guy. >> after being here everyone of my hundred town hall meetings in new hampshire were so much more fun than what i saw here today. >> reporter: ben carson was left in the wings and thinking back to iowa when ted cruz staffers counted him out. >> when i wasn't introduced number two, i thought maybe they thought i dropped out. >> reporter: cruz apologized to carson and generally tried to stay out of the candidate crossfire. >> you said he doesn't have the temperament to be chander in chief. that is an assessment the voters will make. >> you notice he didn't answer your question. that what happens about our enemies, we will win with trump. >> reporter: 7 news today in new england.
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the campaign trail, and some getting help from familiar faces. how the dells are spending their final few days in the granite state. >> that's why we want hillary clinton as our president. minnesota senator al frank enwith 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 former secretary of state madeline albright who spoke to women. >> there is a special place in hell for women who don't help each other. >> reporter: door-to-door this manchester campaigning for votes and stopped in at a diner where she chatted with diners one-on-one. and she got help from across the border.
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in this election. we have to be here to fight, this will decide who the most powerful person in america and the world will be, and hillary clinton is the bet prepared. >> because hillary should be our next president. there is no question for me. >> reporter: and clinton's democratic rival bernie sanders leading in the polls focused on his base which includes young voters by campaigning at frank lynn pierce college. >> if we can win here in museum, the eyes of the world will know that this country is about to move in a new direction. byron barnett, 7 news today in new england. sanders making a special appearance on saturday night live. look here, she is the one on left, vermont senator performed in a skit with his dopleganger
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he portrayed a passenger on a endangered ship who argued with david about who should be allowed on a lifeboat. >> my life is worth more than all of yours put together. wait a second! of the 1% getting this preferential treatment. >> david is known for impersonating sanders, the presidential candidate joked that he gave his best impressions as the real larry david. make sure you stay with us on air and on-line through primary night. ug follow him on the tours through new hampshire and whdh.com and 7 news mobile and tablet apps. two suspects in the hospital after police responded to reports of a home invasion in lowell. police say when they got there around 8:00 they were con fronted by a hand with a gun and
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a second hand was able to get away but was arrested a few blocks away. two people in the home were also attacked, and taken to the hospital. police are still investigating. >> nancy: another death caused bay falling tree brain much, this time the victim is a 48-year-old father of three. >> we are grieving, a drunk child in our community that we lost. we had another tragic accident. >> reporter: two tragic accidents, canton residents in mourning over the loss of six-year-old kayleigh kenyon and another treek accident a four 8-year-old father of three lost his life. >> the tree limp was four toy to
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he did not hear it, had no time to react. it struck him on the head causing very tramatic injuries. >> awful. just horrible. the poor guy comes tout clean up a little bit. >> reporter: neighbors say the aftermath that have storm has been dangerous. >> falling every 15 minutes. >> reporter: town officials devastated. >> it is difficult to understand how and why these things happen. it is so random, it is hard to figure out. i don't know that we will. today in new england. >> brandon: north andover home up in flames and investigators are trying to figure out what caused a deadly fast moving fire on park street yesterday afternoon. official says a woman living on the second floor was killed in this fire. the cause is still under investigation. >> nancy: a dangerous drive in baltimore. the driver crashing into cars
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footage caught on camera. >> rob: a winter stormwatch from the weather service. they are debating upgrading that to a warning or a blizzard warning. i will be back with an update of the forecast. >> brandon: and planning to eat at chipotle tomorrow, the doors are locked. we will tell you why the restaurant chain is closing its
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>> nancy: welcome back, 10:15 on sunday morning. i have these pictures, my way of putting this out on newscast. i went for a ride yesterday, and mild temperatures even though there was that snow. that runner did in the know i was taking a picture of her. i have to admit sneak owe on my part. >> brandon: a lot of big changes coming? >> rob: if you thought yesterday was mild you enjoyed today and all downhill after that, 20 degrees by this time next weekend. three different systems of different varieties heading our way in the next couple day ofs bringing us multiple rounds of snow and it looks like tomorrow will be most significant, not expecting much additional accumulation beyond tomorrow night.
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considered a strong northeasterly wind and leading to coastal flooding in high tide, early tomorrow afternoon, our wind gusts forecast showing frequent gusts over 40 to 50 miles an hour for the south shore and cape. national weather service is starting to consider the possibility of upgrading a winter stormwatch for a blizzard warning for parts of this area. blizzard conditions mean frequent wind gusts, for a period of three hours or longer and that could be the case for parts of the area. and at least for the south shore and cape. not surprising to see the winter stormwatch upgraded to appliesard warning as we head to the afternoon hour pps for now 32 in boston and 36 in nashua, and just about everybody above the the freezing mark and satellite and radar quiet, hoardly a cloud in the sky. a good bit of sunshine up to the low 40s. clouds increase tonight and that storm system thumb one bringing
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and even south carolina. zipping up the coastline tonight and storm number 2 will dip south of the great lakes and past south and east of us overnight tomorrow night and keep the chance of snow going in to tuesday morning. but the timing slowed down as you watch the early part of the newscast, looked like we would see rain across a good bit of the south coast and cape and islands, tomorrow morning, and now it looks like it might not happen until 7:00 with snow spreading across most of the rest of the southern new england by noon. and across just about all of new england as we head to the evening hours tomorrow. number one, that one begins to zip out as the other one rolls in here, a chance of snow going overnight monday might to tuesday morning. if you look at tuesday afternoon, the blue and white indicate area likely to see snow. in terms of primaries i'm not
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expecting much additional accumulation beyond monday night. a big swat of 4-6 inches from the seacoast of new hampshire through boston and down to foxboro and more like 6-8 for parts of plymouth county including the cape and maybe even martha's vineyard as well. that is our first guess, so we will have latest updates for later on this evening and the other story is look at the temperatures, at or below treesing, almost the entire 7-day forecast, with highs in the 20s by next weekend, so whatever shouldn't we get tomorrow likely stick around for several more days. >> brandon: and ahead, crews searching for missing following a mass you have earthquake. >> nancy: and what the n i do everything on the internet. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in
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>> brandon: police in baltimore say the driver of this van crashed into several cars before he backed up on to a sidewalk and ran over a woman. it happened after the driver got into a fight at a bar. police caught am few blocks away. officials say the woman was taken to a local hospital but did not suffer any life threatening injuries. >> nancy: crews rescued more than 150 people in a toppled
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saturday's huge earthquake killed nearly two dozen people and hundreds were hurt, including children. rescuers have working to find on the victims who may be buried in the rubble. >> brandon: north korea launched a long-range rocket. they say it is only carrying a satellite, but it's neighbors and the white house denounced it as a missile test. so now the u.s. is saying north korea conducted this against u.s. sanctions and weeks after it claimed it tested a nuclear bomb. an investigation is underway. >> nancy: chipotle will be closed for a half day tomorrow to hold a company wide meeting to talk aboutified safety. the meeting is in response to several outbreaks of noro virus and e coli that shut down restaurants across the country including in chipotle in
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>> brandon: a few will stop by on "meet the press" and chuck todd join us now with what's coming up next. >> good morning, it's sunday and the critical new hampshire primary is two days away, after yesterday's incredibly bitter republican debate, we still have big questions that need to be answered. can donald trump rebound from his disappointing iowa finish and can bush, kasich or chris christie survive tuesday's voting? and the democrats, they are going at each other hard as well. can hillary clinton hold a comeback kid style new hampshire moment or will sanders turn iowa into a international campaign and number blowout. all of that coming upright here on "meet the press". >> brandon: >> brandon: that will do it for us this sunday morning oom i'm brandon gunnoe.
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we will be back here next weekend. enjoy the super bowl. realtime closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning. one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. ri want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life
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and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton, and i have always approved this message. here's the truth -- some have proposed to cut social security for the elderly and disabled vets. i disagree. in fact, not only should we not cut benefits -- we should expand them. my plan for social security increases benefits and cost of living adjustments and raises minimum payments for low-income seniors.
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with dignity and respect. i'm bernie sanders,
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