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changes to the weekend. flames tear through a mansion in newport. >> a late night for the race for the white house. umplts said you were a liberal. >> let me talk. a team attack, and sparks flying ted cruz and marco rubio go toe with donald trump. >> jadiann: a family's funeral frustration. weeks of aggravation until the family calls solve it 7. the king of new england emerges to reveal a new member of the brady bunch. 7 news at 11:00 starts now. >> adam: breaking news, a deadly workplace shooting spree near wichita, kansas and employee kills at least four people, more than a disothers are injured about. >> jadiann: we are hearing from witnesses. details for us.
the first shots came at 4:57 and 26 minutes later three people in the plant are dead along with the shooter. and this is a man most people describe as pretty calm. >> a gentleman, his name is adam, he got shot. >> reporter: victims loaded to ambulances as first responders rushed to help people in need. it happened at excel industries in kansas. there was a man shot in his truck and another in the street and a scene in the parking lot of excel and in the plant itself a horrible incident. >> i saw people running and i'm assuming fire, and i take a few steps and hear a pop, pop, and i'm thinking paint cans for something. and more people running, pop, pop, pop. the shooter was an employee, and they didn't have nor information about a motive or how long they was working there. police shot and killed him in the plant. for hours the area around excel
state police with the fbi and loved ones reunited grateful to be alive after seeing what they described a terrifying scene of confusion and fear. i have no idea what to do. everybody was running and people were screaming and people railroad crying. >> reporter: the gunman started by randomly shooting out his car and carjacked a victim he shot and drug that car to the plant. and investigators will be working around to clock to piece together that happened. live in the newsroom, susan tran. 7 news nightteam. target, trump. >> he has give than hundreds of thousands to democrats. >> he hired workers and had to pay a million dollars. >> you should be a shamed of yourself. >> fighting for their political life. >> adam: sparks are flying in texas in a critical high stakes debate.
and mountsing pressure leads to a loud and contentious debate. tim caputo joins us with the key moments in texas tonight. >> reporter: it was clear it was to take donald trump down a notch, but as we have soon he doesn't take insults lightly. >> a minute and 15 seconds to air... >> reporter: donald trump on stage in the other candidates' cross theirs. marco rubio was the first to strike. >> if he hadn't inherited $200 million... >> something trump denies. that is so wrong. tonight in texas rubio and fellow senator ted cruz took shots at his proposed border wall and how he says he started the immigration conversation when he was leading the fight against the gang of 8 amnesty bill wrrx was donald?
celebrity apprentice. >> if he build the wall the way he built trump towers he will use immigrant labor to do it. >> this guy is a joke artist and this guy is a liar. >> reporter: he was taking hits from mitt romney says he should release his tax returns and he called romney a dope. >> away aster i will candidate, that is what i criticize him. >> reporter: rubio tried to tear down his past. >> you are the only person who has been fined for hiring people illegally. >> if we got to win the election and we can't do witness a candidate who agrees with hillary clinton and can't take it to her. >> reporter: trump took a hit and swung back. >> i'm beating him awfully badly in the polls. >> you are not beating hillary clinton. if i can't beat her you will
let me ask you this, if you are getting beaten badly, i know you are embarrassed but keep swinging. swing for the fences. >> a heated debate to say the least. delegates in twelve states will be up for grabs on supertuesday, including here in massachusetts. live in the newsroom, tim caputo up if rubio and cruz go after trump tonight, did either of them sway supertuesday voters? political editor andy hiller joinsous his instinct. >> reporter: this was because it had to be, the jump on and dump on donald trump debate. with trump threatening to run away with the republican race his opponents had to curb his momentum and trump him. but tried. trump in a word was himself, so assertive and aggressive he stole jeb bush's exclammation point. how effective was he? the question mark is for it depends on what the meaning of effective is. because he is an asterisk, a
based on past debates he will be the big winner in this one, too. the best of the rest and biggest loser? marco rubio was also a winner. he taked trump again and again, andrew some blood over his plans for health care in the middle east. and he never repeated himself and didn't appear robotic. which made ted cruz the biggest loser. he is in a did the match to become the alternative to trump but this in debate he was weaker. this was the last debate before supertuesday next week, and polls predict it will be another drum thumping. if that is right, then republicans get ready, donald trump will take where you no man has gone before. live in the newsroom, i'm andy hiller. >> adam: sure is getting interesting, and we want to know what you think. head to the 7 news facebook or twitter page to share your instinct on tonight's debate.
on fire. a massive mansion destroyed in an intense inferno. >> jadiann: power flames tear through the huge newport mansion the nightteam's kelly o'hara is live in news port with what investigators know about the cause of the fire. >> reporter: good evening, what tharked this blaze is a mystery and sefr hours after the firefighter-- and several hours after the firefighters got here they are say they will be here all night. a historic home up in flames. >> it is just like it went like that. and the thing started to collapse. i heard a couple of pops. they were like small explosions. and you could hear they will crack and as soon as as something cracked it fell over and went into the house, you con get close to it.
news they got the call about 4:30 this afternoon in, and flames sparking on famous newport's bellevue avenue. the $3.4 million estate was under construction. christian winter runs a website and says these mansions are a parts of local history. >> these huge estates were used for six to 8 weeks a year, which is rate astounding. you have homes here with a hundred bedrooms and they were their summer cottages. >> reporter: no one was in the home at the time and by the time firefighters got here it was too late. >> no bringing this house back. it was gone. >> reporter: back out live, in newport, where you can see the fire is still burning and firefighters say they will be out here all night until they
up this multimillion dollar mansion. the investigation will begin first thing tomorrow morning. >> adam: turning now though damage from last night's high winds a streetlight, phone call and transformer shattered in canton feet about two police officers on a detail. as crews worked to remove other power lines brought down by the storm. both officers are okay. today she shut down part of route 9 and it took crews several hours and to dorchester, a 50-foot tree came crashing down on several cars and neighbor there's thankful no one was injured. so tonight, the storms are behind us, cooling off, though, hit the 60s earlier today. tomorrow, back and forth, back to the 30s. let's check the forecast with meteorologist jeremy reiner. >> jeremy: adam, noticing a couple of rain showers mixing with snowflakes in the berkshires. tonight snow showers with a deck
moves through you will sleep better tonight. 40s in metro boston but move through the berkshires to eastern new york state and temperatures down to the 20s and 30s and that colder air is on the move thanks to the cold front and these west winds which are still up there between 20 and 25, these are not damaging winds and with the become damaging overnight tonight. but the wind will continue to scrape in the colder air and morning commute, features a lot of clouds, no snowflake organization rain drops, mid30s tomorrow morning and as we step through the day, 30s tomorrow afternoon, but with the chilly wind the wind chills tomorrow afternoon only in the 20s to around 30. february. >> jadiann: a deadly accident in plymouth is under investigation. a car is smashed and in the woods on route 3 northbound. two people in the vehicle a passenger a 20-year-old man from providence passed away. the driver was taken to the hospital. state police are trying to
>> adam: attorneys for philip chism making a last-minute request before his sentencing tomorrow. his lawyers went before the judge today, asking him to limit the number of victim impact statements he hears. the judge sided with prosecutors, saying there will be no limit limit. he was convicted of killing his math teacher colleen ritzer. the state wants him to serve at least 50 years in prison. a 3 five-year-old matthew scialdone pled not guilty for drug charges. he headed for treatment after his drug hearing today. funeral frustration, a family's efforts to honor their mother after she passes away taking a troubling turn. they needed help and they called solve it 7.
>> adam: frustration for a local family truck by tragedy. they wanted everything to be perfect to honor their mother at her funeral. >> jadiann: but to the day of the services something went wrong and they turned to solve it 7. hires kris anderson. >> reporter: when handy's mother spased away this fast fall her world was turned upside-down. >> i was emotional. >> reporter: she had to plan her mother's funeral and wanted to make sure it was done right. >> we were worried about the nears, have a proper burial.
decided to ordinary it from a near shop in franklin. >> two arrangements and a wreath, orchids and purples. and we told him the time and he said they would be there. >> reporter: but when she arrived at the funeral home the day of the service tlrgs was a problem. >> there were no flowers. >> reporter: the funeral director said two handle it, and he did but they didn't arrive until there were a few minutes left in the service. in the day of the after the funeral mandy says she and her family said they contacted the company to ask about a refund. she was eventually offered store credit for one arrangement but mandy says that wasn't enough. >> my mom didn't get the proper burial she deserved and i felt like, i deserved an apology and at least half my money back. >> reporter: and she contacted solve it 7.
talked to them about mandy's problem and he wanted to help. >> we don't want anyone up happy and things happen, you will alleges have that possibility. that is why we stand behind our work. >> reporter: he wrote mandy a check for $138, half the money she paid for the flowers. >> thank you so much. i couldn't have done it without you. i am able to come to closure with the whole situation. if you have a problem you can't death solved on your own, we would love to try and help, give us a call or send us an e mail. in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7 news. >> jadiann: the mbta says they are working on aboard ban, putting the brakes on the use of hoverboards. they confirmed they will be banned from trains and buses and in station, an issue of state
several of the popular devices caught fire and exploded across the country. transits systems in new york and l.a. and chicago have banned those hoverboards. >> adam: to the wild weather now. up the eastern coast, dramatic rescue in new york. the storm causing a coast guard investigate dole capsize. so the crew was trying to help a fishing boat crew, and everything took a terrifying turn. a fishing boat geting into trouble off the coast of new york. some water washing over the rail >> reporter: early this morning the fishermen on board did all they could and couldn't stop the 74-foot boat from running aground. they over time, floated and this is where they ended up grounded. >> coast guard was called in but what started as a row continue rescue turned into more trouble. the rough waters were though match for a ship september to help and its capsized in the waves. first, five coast guard members with tossed in the water but
that left 7 fishermen still stuck on their boat rocking dangerously near the shore. a coast guard helicopter from new jersey flew in and crew members lowered wire baskets below and pulled them up one at a time. and finally five hours after the first call err one was accountsed for. the capsized coast guard boat eventually drifted back to shore. >> jadiann: mostly out of the woods with the storm. really raging last night and we saw some relief today. but i don't know what is coming next. >> adam: this war air, jeremy, 61 this time last night in stoughton and now it is cold. >> jeremy: they were all in the 60s last night at this time. the city right now at 42, worcester at 35, fitchburg 40. mother nature, she has been raging lately. the high today in the city
your high was 61, near record warmth, they stay in the books and reaching the 60 degree mark, going back to the first day of december. again meteorologist were different, we think of winter as december and january and february, the three coldest months of the year. 33 days, where temperatures have reached 50 degrees, 6 twon and last winter only nine days. we are on pace for this to be the third warmest winter on record and we have a couple of warm days left of meteorological winter. al ban is 34 and buffalo at 26 and second cold front coming through tonight. with a couple of snowflakes and showers butting in significant, nothing like last night. showers will fade away, and i'm not worried about snow. and lows tonight, 31-35, they
morning commute, not too bad but a shock to the system going from 60s to 30s the next morning. through the day, a mix of clouds and sunshine and in the much recovery, temperatures tomorrow afternoon only in the 30s to around 40. and normal high is 40, that is close to normal but the chilly breeze makes it feel like 30. and on to the weekend, saturday lots of sunshine and coldner the morning hours, temperatures in the teens but by the afternoon a nice winter day. temperatures on saturday afternoon, running in the 30s, and just like that, here comes another warm front, this will cruise into new england on sunday, with temperatures yet again heading above normal. temperatures on sunday reach the 50s, 7 on 7 forecast will feature mostly sunny skies, and mild, low to mid50s and first week this march, very mild. next chance of any storminess middle of next week but that
peace out. combrady channels his inner, will coming fluffy, he presented him to the world. or to the person who is taking that photo. jade i like the little d at the feet. what about me? julian educateleman and company, part the mug patriot's charitable foundation. trey flowers also flipped some flap jacks, he says he he loves to smut smiles on children's faces. -- he loves to put smiles on children's faces. >> it is fortunate to do this event and good to come back and
on some of the kids' faces. it really touches you. >> jadiann:ing the players always signed autographs and every kid got a patriots themed gift. so everybody walks away with something to remember the day from. awesome, we talked about julian and tom and pat and time to talk about the celtics. >> joe: maybe the most likable team in the city, winning 9 straight at home. they do no have superstars but keep on winning.
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and new time for seth sorts with joe amorosino. >> joe: feeling the sting of that one-point loss in milwaukee earlier this month. the bucks were a tough matchup and celtics were the tough heer opponents tonight winning their ninth straight at the garden. getting it going early on, dropping the j and getting the foul. 14 thirst quarter points. celtics up by ten after one. check out the wrap-around pass from turner, the finish wasn't pretty but counts the same. they led at the half. johnson had 15 on the night, two st up by this nice dish from eye
and more where that came from. they led by 15 after three and chris middleton and growing monroe got into it, and they mount a late rally, middleton finishes with a flush to pull them within four. game high 27, ridiculous behind the back dish to set up the back breaking three. an unbieveable find by the little man, celts keep it interesting and beat the bucks 112-107. >> just trying to be to go out there, and make a difference every time. i'm trying to get them going, and its opens its up for me late in the day. >> joe: nets waving good-bye to joe johnson, could the next stop
him? the celtics are interested, but even if he signs elsewhere his departure from brooklyn helps to improve the first round pick the nets over the celtics this year. four days left before the nhl trade deadline and it is anybody's guess to what happens with louis ericson. the bruins have increased the number of years, but there is no sign that deal is close tonight. he might be the best tradeship out there now that andrew ladd is off the market. black hawks bringing the big forward back to chicago, and marco dano and an additional 2017 pick. and 38 jold sean thornton is not done skreft jet yet, he is getting a one-year contract extension with the florida panthers.
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