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strong storms blowing through the area overnight doing some major damage causing trouble for many of you headed off to work and school. >> high school senior killed in a tragic crash. remembering a life lost. and a dog found injured overseas getting a second chance thanks to some special people here in the u.s. everyone. thanks for joining us. serious wind damage for a lot of people. in dorchester this tree blew over on to house. when you consider the wind gust up to 70 miles per hour at least in boston.
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you start getting 50, 60 to close to 70. the peek of the wind generally around 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning including boston. just shy in of it in the city. braintree 64. 83-mile-an-hour wind gust. now winds right now a lot lighter than they were early this morning. only gusting to about 25. we'll see the winds pick back up a little bit throughout the afternoon. there's a wind advisory down through southeastern mass cape and island for gust 40 to 50 this afternoon. thunderstorms over the cape now just to east there and you can see this is some quiet time for the next several hours the best weather we'll have all day long really over the next few hours. then midafternoon late afternoon a couple of these instability showers start to work on in as temperature start to work back down mid 50s to near 60 right now. we'll drop back towards 50 degrees for the afternoon. and anytime midafternoon through
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shot of scattered showers starting to roll back in. not the severe weather we saw early this morning. wet weather especially north and west of boston this afternoon. >> breaking news the strong storms knocking out power to thousands of people in massachusetts. winds sending trees tumbling like this one in cam cambridge that crushed a car. let's go to victoria warren in dorchester where this tree smashed right into this family's home. we have the sound of chain saws in dorchester. they've removed so much of this tree. this family they were home at the time. and this morning they feel very lucky. i hear boom. >> so loud ronald henry said it
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>> i called my wife. tree dropped on the house. the tree towered 50 feet into the air now it's a mess of branches and debris damaging the dorchester home and cars. it came down during the intense storm. >> there was wind and rain. damage not just indorchester in cambridge a tree crushed cars. no one was hurt. in natick downed power lines shutdown part of route 9 and in marshfield a tree blocked the road at one point nearly the entire town was without power. back in dorchester they are thankful cleanup is the only thing they are dealing with. we were lucky, very, very lucky. saying the tree fell in a way to make the damage minimal. god just take away the tree. nobody got hurt. nobody got hurt. >> very thankful for that indeed. now that they've removed the
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assessing the damage to the home itself. live this morning in dorchester. new england." wer outages across the state. more than 11,000 reported. more than 7,000 ever source customers are without power. if you see damage from the storm and safe to do so take a picture or a video and send it to 7 at and we'll put it on air or online. let's go to traffic alert. we have delays on the subway commuter rail as well. here's danielle with that. that's exactly right. if you are taking the t we have delays on the blue and orange line. on the commuter rail several different delays we hear on the newbury rockport, the fitchburg line. check your train ahead of time. let's go to the maps now. we still do have route 9 closed.
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they ask you to take route 30 as an alternate route there. the pike from 128 into boston a very slow drive. 93 southbound from 495 to 128 looks good. 128 into boston you're still crawling route one crawling through summerville as well. the expressway from braintree to boston still half an hour this morning and south of town route 3, 24, 95 all have slowing as you approach 128. let's look at the drive times as you get ready to head tout door. 26 minutes on the expressway. into town from 128, 34 minutes over half an hour there. 93 southbound to zakim bridge that drive over 20 minutes as well. wild weather across the country. dramatic rescue off the coast of new york. coast guard vessel capsized while trying to help a fishing boat that ran aground. five coast guard members had to be pulled from the water. >> thunderstorms causing damage on long island.
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landed on a car and caused it to catch fire. 60-mile-an-hour wind bringing down wind in that area. powerful winds are also being blamed for this side. it happened on the george washington bridge in new york. and storm system also leaving a deadly path. crews in pennsylvania searching all night for people who were home. let's go to jennifer eagon with the latest. this spawned dozens of tornadoes. 8 people have been killed since tuesday. one a toddler. tens of thousands of people in the mid atlantic waking up with with out power. powerful storm brought more devastation. heavy rain caused problem in washington, d.c. parking garage flooded with water reaching the curb. the cleanup process is just
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at least four tornadoes tore through that state, roofs were ripped off of homes. while no serious injuries were reported there it was different story in virginia. tornado cut a six-mile wide path of drugtion. officials call it a mass casualty event as more that 20 people suffered critical injury. witnesses saw three twisters. >> we were in the middle of the house when it came through. it just demolished everything. the church is gone. a lot of people hurt down there. >> about 90 miles away. several people died when a tornado hit the town of waverly, a small child. all you could see is all the fire. the victims waverly; 50, 26 and 2-year-old boy. virginia state police say the
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yards from their mobile home. 7news "today in new england." bad weather being claimed for a teen tragedy in barry. the community in mourning as the 17-year-old girl loses control of her car on an icy road. john cocoa live in barry with more. we understand her brother was injured in the car crash as well. >> he was. police say there was black ice and slush out on the roads yesterday morning. causing a number of crashes including the one that killed that 17-year-old girl. >> friends say britney merch outgoing and popular. senior and honor-roll student. where she was also a cross-country runner. >> she was very smart and nice. she was a lot of fun. >> whenever i saw britney she was always smiling and she always looked pretty happy. she was good student. its honest her way to school wednesday after two-hour delay
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she lost control of her car on route 62 and crashed into a tree. police say she was killed. her younger brother a freshman at the high school was seriously hurt. >> there was a two-hour delay dow to weather conditions. and we believe that the roadway was in some spots covered with black ice or slush. >> no one knew at the beginning. toward the end of the day people started to find out and people were just crying and they didn't know what to say. >> right now family and friends say they are all trying to support each other and the merch family as they mourn this tragic loss. she has a lot of friends. i think everyone just needs to come together regardless if you knew her or not. just show their friends and other people you are there for
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and never take anyone for granted. >> the merch has been with their son at the hospital. 7news "today in new england." happening later today relatives of justina will announce they filed a lawsuit against children's hospital. she was placed in dcf care in 2013. tufts medical center said she had mindo con dreeial. doctors believed her problems were psychological. the mother of baby bella is due in court today for a pretrial hearing. rochelle bond pleaded not guilty to accessory to murder charge after being indicted in the death of her daughter. bond's boyfriend killed bella and that she helped hide the toddler's body. the 2-year-old's remain were found washed up on deer island
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she was known as baby doe for months ago investigators searched for her identity. the mother living inside the house of squaller in blackstone due back in court one week after a judge refused to dismiss murder charges against her. erika murray charged in the death of two infants, their bodies found inside the home. the police say the body of a third childs discovered inside. >> the danvers teenager found guilty of girling math teacher will learn his faith. he will find fate. he must be eligible for parole. house. republican presidential candidates facing off in texas tonight. donald trump coming off his win in the nevada caucus. but now fielding criticism from mitt romney. romney questioning why trump isn't releasing his tax returns. the reason i think there's a
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time he asked about his taxes he dodges and delays. last night trump said he will decide in the next few months whether to release those tax returns. but he also fired back at romney of course romney ran for president himself back in 2012 and he tweeted this. endorsement. she was so awkward and goofy that we all should have known >> a happy ending to a very sad story. meet a golden retriever who really has this new lease on life. also an italian dinner turning into a treasure chest. seeing what one women found inside her meal. severe thunderstorms early this morning. now getting back to sunshine before more showers arrive this afternoon. forecast ahead. >> call it a lifesaver after an overdose.
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>> golden retriever mix getting a second chance after being abandoned. this two-year-old dog was badly injured after left in trash bag in south korea. a vet amputated all of her legs. but also fitted her with new prosthetic. now she's learning to walk again as you can see. she's also set to go to new home in arizona. that give you a lot of hope; doesn't it? >> i want to cry. i love the dog rescue in the rescue video, i can watch them like all day. >> see the tail wagging there. take a lack at some rain total. the dog scared last night with the thunderstorm rolling on through shaking the house with a strong wind and the downpours. even gardiner picking up close
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the rain and the wind boston gusting close to 70 miles an hour early this morning. right around 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning. anytime you see a dot on this map these are all the storm reports from wind damage whether it's tree getting knocked down. tree branches getting knocked down or other wind damage. it was widespread here across southern new england. a lot quieter right now. the thunderstorms we had earlier this morning across the cape now offshore. in its wake trying to break out of sunshine across eastern mass. we've had success getting the sunshine back especially west of the city of boston. however the sunshine not shining all day long. you take a look to west of us. there's some scattered showers back through upstate new york. still some instability to swung on through this afternoon. and i think that will provide us some more cloud cover and more scattered showers this afternoon. look at the temperatures though nothing said spring like stepping outside in 60-degree weather.
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feels like it's here. wind out of south at 15. steady breeze out of the south still. we will cool down later today. i can't complete leigh rule out some showers. especially this afternoon. through lunch we're fine. 2:00 or 3:00 in the afternoon through 4:00 or 5:00 some scattered showers start to break back out. and that will continue this evening. especially north and west of boston i think you are more prone the further north and west you go to catch showers. temperature falling into the upper 20s to lower 30 thanks to great lakes. that cool air with us as we start off the weekend. 60 to 50 today as temperatures slowly slide back down. couple of scattered showers this afternoon. isolated even shower mostly cloudy and cooler tonight in cooler and breezy day overall tomorrow. and for more on this forecast and how cold it gets. now over to danielle.
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big impact on bringing that cold air in. we do still have wind advisory. this in effect until 7:00 tonight. we could still see strong wind gust getting up to 50 miles per hour as we head into this afternoon heading into 5:00 or 6:00 when we see that second round of showers possibly move in. that's when we see strong wind peek again. not as strong as overnight. we could see gust up to 50 miles per hour. as wehead into overnight hours. notice the winds shift. now they are out of the west. they are starting to calmdown. they are breezy throughout the day tomorrow. what this will do. it will help bring in the cooler air as we head into the next couple day. by tomorrow the temperature around freezing. this is much cooler than it's been. and then by saturday morning we're talking about temperatures waking up to temperatures in the teens. the cooler air is moving in. and the wind will start to die down over the next couple of day. back to you. that cold air is short-lived. we're talking about weekend warm up.
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i expect saturday afternoon generally to run into the upper 30s. nice rye kovry off the morning low if by sunday we get the wind out of the southwest. and temperature back in the 50s sunday and into monday. taking a look at 7-day forecast. you can see a nice quiet weekend well deserved. hopefully you can catch up on sleep after using sleep last night with thunderstorms rattling the house and rattling through. better chance of rain by next wednesday. still to come an astronaut spends almost a year in space see what he misses most about earth. we'll introduce you to newest member of the brady family.
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>> reporter: administered narcan. for this man last june marcan met the difference between life and death. the officer who administered on this day call it a lifesaver. >> now 7news learned first responder aren't the only one using the drug to bring addicts back to life. our this is a bystander class. it's open to anyone who wants to learn how to administer narcan. you will put on the nasal atomizer. it's dedicated to helping family dealing with drug addiction. >> cathy day is not just an instructor. she used narcan to save someone she lowed >> i had to use it in quaking shaking cryingen though i do this all the time. so far in massachusetts nearly 40,000 people who are not first responders have taken the class. and the program is getting
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according to the massachusetts department of health these trained bystanders have saved 6,000 people. you have a loved one that overdosed. it's awful. you just -- this is something you have to deal. frank knows what he's talking about the firefighter considered himself a bystander at home. his son is recovering heroin addict. he's my son. i love him. i have this in my house because god forbid if i need to use it, i have. instructor explain the sign of overdose and how it reverses potentially deadly effects. and the bystander get some practice putting narcan spray together. it takes approximately 3 to 5 minutes to work. if you don't get any response from that person in 3 to 5 minutes you can give another dose. you will not hurt them. narcan relatively easy to
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>> preparations under way for awards in hollywood sunday. the 500 foot long red carpet had been rolled out for the star studdedent. the new poll finds most moviegoer predict the refusenant will win best picture. >> surveyed 1,000 who said they saw all eight pictures. the ravenante with 33%. cambridge native mat damon the martian was second and the action flick mad max rounded out the top three. one of the other best picture front runner the boston based film spotlight didn't fair so well. placing eighth on this list.
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>> wild weather overnight trees
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a mother who vanished on monday found safe and sound in connecticut and how social media helped to locate her. >> and fight over a plan to resort casino in everett hit another snag at the neighboring mayor files an appeal. >> welcome back on this thursday morning everybody. thanks for staying with us. i'm sarah french. i'm christa delcamp. i kind of felt like we had a rain blizzard. usually you have a blizzard in february. instead we have the rain here. >> not only do we have that rain. the thunder lightning and strong wind gust sort of shaking the house. what a night it was. extra cup of coffee this morning. look at that gust in the city of boston close to 70 miles per hour. wind advisory until 7:00 p.m. do expect some wind gust to pick back up this afternoon to early this evening.
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per hour from plymouth to hyannis to new bedford. we expect 40 to 50 later on this afternoon into this evening. right now between two pieces of the system here. one with severe storm that were off to the east of us now diminishing that staying to east of us. one piece of energy to the west of us. this still has to swing on through so despite getting into sunshine now through early afternoon midafternoon on i think the cloud will arave back in. especially north and west of boston risk for couple of more showers. not severe this go around. temperature right now mid 50s to near 60. they will slide back down into the lower 40s by dinner time tonight. we'll watch the trend down temperature wise as we increase the chance for shower or two again mid-to-late afternoon. even into this evening. colder weather friday into saturday morning. overall the weekend is quiet and the cold air doesn't last long. we're back to near 50 sunday. more on that forecast, ahead. >> breaking news. the strong storm knocking out
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winds sending tree tumbling like this one in cambridge that crushed this car. trees all across the area. let's go to victoria warren in dorchester. this case the tree came crashing into a family's home behind you. >> into the home and into some cars. but nobody got hurt. and they are making short order of the cleanup. they've got crews out here for a little bit more than an hour now. they've already removed most of the tree. the family they were inside the home overnight and this morning they feel very lucky. >> so loud ronald henry said it scared him right out of his skin. >> i called my wife. the tree towered 50 feet into the air and now it's a mess of branches and debris damaging the dorchester home and cars. it came down during the intense storm. >> there was wind and rain.
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and cambridge a tree crushed cars no one was hurt. in natick downed power line shutdown parliament of route 9. and in marshfield a tree blocked the road at one point nearly the entire town was without power. back in dorchester they are thankful cleanup is the only thing they are dealing with. >> very lucky. very, very lucky. >> saying the tree fell in a way to make the damage minimal. >> god just take away the tree. and drop it in the middle. and nobody got hurt. >> nobody got hurt. very, very thankful for that this morning. and now they've got the tree removed the next step is going to be to have the damage to the home. but this family said all of that is something they can handle. live this morning in dorchester. victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." you heard vicki mention power outages here. closer look. there were thousands of them across the state this morning.
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people had lost power and more than 7,000 ever worth customers without power as well. if you see damage from the storm take video or a picture and show it if you can do this safely and we will put on-air or online. dramatic rescue off the coast of new york. coast guard vessel capsized while trying to help a fishing boat that ran aground. five coast guard members had to be pulled from the water. this storm system left a deadly path. jennifer eagan joining with us the latest. cleanup under way for tens of thousands of people. at least 8 people have been killed by this storm since tuesday. one of those a toddler. >> a powerful storm system brought more devastation as it moved up east coast wed. a parking garage flooded wednesday with water reaching the curb. the storm brought hail and strong winds which knocked out
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the cleanup process beginning in north carolina. at least four tornadoes tore through that state roofs were ripped off of home and trees knocked down. while no serious injury were reported there a different story. tornadoes cut a 6-mile path of drug snun. official call a mass casualty as more than 20 people suffered critical injury. witnesses say they saw at least three twisters. >> we were sitting in the middle of the house when it came through. it just demolished everything. couple of houses that are gone. completely the church is gone. about 90 miles away. several people died when a tornado hit the town of waverly, virginia. one victim was a small child. >> all you can do the kind of look away. all that fire. >> the 2-year-old boy was killed there. in the northeast 100,000 homes
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many of those in new jersey and new york. in the news ram. jennifer eagan. 7news "today in new england." also on 7 we're hearing from two women who have tracked down a missing mother from holbrooke. judy was found alive and well in waterford connecticut on wednesday. one of her high school friend saw a facebook post that her cell phone was last tracked to connecticut. she shared the post, asked her friendings to keep an eye out and one of those friends did just that. >> i will drive around and go look at see if i can spot her car or see her. the last place i went was the mall. there was her car. i look as devine intervention coupled with the power of social media and friendship. sales was taken to hospital to be checked out. they haven't said why she was in connecticut. police officer cited for taking a dangerous drive.
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bicyclist and then drove off. here's 7 brandon gunnoe where the reaction from cambridge. a cambridge police officers has now been cited for hit-and-run. that's sent a women to the hospital. it's devastating. ryan is by all accounts a decorated police officer. for the short time he's been with us. an air force veteran has been with the force since 2011. sunday night while off duty he hit a women riding a bicycle and didn't stop. investigator say the 32-year-old woman didn't do anything wrong. as far as we know she was doing everything she could do. she had lighting. reflective clothing. and she had her arm out. witnesses took down the license plate and that's what left police. he's cited with leaving the seen of personal injure and operating to endanger a misdemeanor. the department quick to say it's a fair and balanced investigation.
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hit-and-run accident for us. even if this wasn't ryan we would follow the same course. that officer is on paid administrative leave until an investigation is complete. the victim has since been released from the hospital. in cambridge, brandon gunnoe. 7news "today in new england." officials are stopping construction on the wynn casino in everett. the company said the city of summerville forced the decision. summerville's mayor is appealing and environmental permit for the new 1.7 billion casino. he said traffic and pollution issues are his major concern. wheneverrit's president use a deal has been signed. >> there's massive development going on right across the river and why is it okay on that side of the river when it's not okay on this side of the river. the mayor said he's not going to back down because this
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and no amount of political theater and public harassment for wynn will keep me from doing my job and advocating for the health and well-being of the resident of our community. >> the appeal could stall the casino opening at least six months. when we return the brady bunch getting a little bit bigger. tom brady and family welcoming a four-legged friend to their home and hearts. plus making his final round astronauts scott kelly talks about his time on the international space station
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meet the new edition to tom brady's family. this fluffy. gazelle post thing picture. they got fluffy from rescue shelter. fluffy is there third dog. i can't stand it. there's too much good looking in that family. one place. not that we're jealous or anything. >> we will be waiting for that updated photo on facebook to show up with complete family there with all three dogs. tom, gazelle and the kids. worcester near 2.
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not only did we have the rain we have thunder lightning and powerful wind gust come with the thunderstorms. boston gusting close to 70 miles an hour. drake at braintree chest session nut hill all over 60. right now between two parts of that storm. one that brought the severe weather last night. that's now to the east of us. to the west of us. this will create severe weather. it will spark off a couple of more showers. especially mid-to-late afternoon. most will be north and west of boston especially after worcester county. we have several dry hours ahead of us through lunch tame. a bit of good news here. and good weather to go through the next few hours. but you can tell us this warm weather will not last that long because look tot west of us. temperatures back into the upper 20s and lower 30s. not brutally cold for this time of year. but more like seasonal levels
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into is it day. back to near 50 by late afternoon. again a couple of showers working back in. not as severe windy at time especially through southeastern mass. isolated evening showers otherwise mostly cloudy sky. turning colder overnight. temperature couple of degrees colder. starting off tomorrow and holding into 30s to near 40 for tomorrow afternoon. despite all the sunshine. bit of breeze out there. for more on the wind and the temperatures over the next couple of day. over to danielle. the wind not quite over yet. because that we still have this wind advisory. this is in effect until 7:00. we could continue to see gust close to 50 miles per hour. especially heading into this evening. we could see another round of some strong winds not as strong as they were overnight last night. but still with gust up to fwiflt miles per hour. we could see more downed trees from the winds. heading into the overnight hours look what happened though they are starting to quiet down a little bit. and they are also shifting to become more westerly.
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throughout your day tomorrow. what this will do is help bring in that caller air as we head into the next couple of days. for tomorrow morning temperature will be right around freezing when you head tout door tomorrow morning. then by saturday morning we'll deal with temperature dropping down until the teens so with that wind we are bringing in the cooler air but not sticking around for too long. for more on that back to you. start off with teen saturday into the 50 by sunday. cooler air heads in for day and day and a half. and the 50s not only sunday you can see that on the 7-day forecast 54 sunday afternoon. 56 monday afternoon. could be late-day shower monday. better chance of rain next week. sometime around next wednesday with temperature into mid 40s. well deserved quiet weather for the next few day after the rain and thunder we had last night. a woman in washington state makes a rare find while eating
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she said she bit into something hard in the clam. looked like a pearl. she took it to local gemologist. he eventually came to conclusion it was a rare purple pearl worth about $600. he thought i was joking. he thoughted it looked so round and perfect someone was playing a joke on me. she said she plans on keeping the pearl and maybe making a necklace out of it. glad it didn't dislodge in the dental work or something. break a tooth, seriously. >> otherwise she would have to use the $600 on that. 7 sports is up next. contender. one young player just on fire on the ice coming up. other. astronaut scott kelly takes us
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,,% good morning. finally the bruins claim control their home ice and they do in meaningful gain against the pittsburgh penguins a team they position. this was impressive win last night. it was david posternock and he put on a show. 19-year-old suing speed in first to draw penalty shot which he buried five holes. he added another goal off turn over in the second and thanks to season high 41 saves the bruin made it stand up in a commanding 5-1 win. >> as long as we have two points it doesn't really matter. because you know the standing is tight.
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we played well. we kept getting better. that's what we have to learn. how to be here at home. and definitely big force. red sox holding their first full squad workout in fort meyer. john henry saying that pablo sandoval checked in at 17% body fat down from 23% last year. henry also saying that the sox will rely less on and littics going forward. the "boston herald" reporting that the -- i'm joe amorosino, that's sports. have a great day. tom brady posting this picture on facebook as well. and he is all smiles riding around on a new snow bike. he wrote that he's preparing for the best buddies charity race which takes place coming up in june. >> he's getting an early jump on that.
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true new englander. >> that's a cool bike, by the way. we takeout out of this world. astronaut school kelly talking space. >> powerful wind gust earlier this morning. those storms now offshore. afternoon. we'll have a look at that 7-day forecast, ahead. they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's riggedt by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy
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switch to fios. >> this has been a journey out of world. scott kelly spent the last year family. he never lost sight of home. now he's more down to earth with less than a week to go. >> he's opening up about time in space before the big homecoming in 7 adam williams has more. stretch. >> i started counting down when we got to ten days left which was a few days ago. kelly one of two participants in nasa mission.
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he has orbited earth 5,344 time. >> you definitely have a different perspective on earth and things that happen down there. i'm actually looking at it now. the window is open. i follow the new very closely have it on during the workday and evening. i keep more in touch with what's going on, on earth when i'm in space than when i'm actually on earth. >> kelly has been posting photo on social media throughout his mission. his awe inspiring picture of home planet have become a huge hit. it's something i will mit. time. when kelly wraps up mission he will travel more than 143 million miles in space and the one thing he's looking forward
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the people you low on earth. your family, your friends people you miss. >> i'm adam williams. 7news "today in new england." >> scott kelly comes from quite the cosmic family. you can say his identical twin brother also an astronaut and married to cathy gifford. we love when he look forward to sitting down for meal. some awesome picture get send out. some gusty winds. scattered showers moving back in. this afternoon. temperature going from near 60 this morning back to near 50 this afternoon. following back into the low 30s. take a look at 7-day forecast. how is the weeked. we start off cold side. but it's quiet and we'll warm back up.
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on sunday afternoon. new england weather got to love it; right? >> i love learning more about you. you are big fan of astronauts. >> all right. have a good day, everybody. the world a president has to grapple with. sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's the one who's proven she can get it done. ...securing a massive reduction in nuclear weapons... ...standing up against the abuse of women... ...protecting social security... ...expanding benefits for the national guard... ...and winning health care for 8 million children... the presidency is the toughest job in the world and she's the one who'll make a real difference for you. i'm hillary clinton and i
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