north of town not moving all that badly. 128 just heavy at 93. >>> attorney general maura healey headed to a different kind of court today, the basketball court. >> healey joined kids in a stoughton basketball camp teaching the lessons she says she learned from the game. she spoke to the middle school students about the roles forbes and discipline have led in her life and she got out on the court to run some drills. >> for me sports was always a way to learn things about work ethic and discipline and team work and that's what i hope to talk to the kids about today. basketball professionally for two years before going to law school. >>> we'll introduce you to an inspirational teammate from north eastern whose making a big impact on and off the courts. >>> how low can you go? how a gas glitch in ohio led to some super savings for drivers. >>> laid to rest, family and friends say good-bye to an elementary school art teacher killed by a flying manhole cover on interstate 93. >>> and a teenager sidelined after a freak accident. how she got hurt on the basketball court. with heart failure, da
up to the gun lobby. [ applause ] >> and a local familiar face, massachusetts attorney general maura healey who as the start where the campaign rally was held. hillary's tough. hampton's tougher, let's pour it out, let's giver it all we've got i want your playing to final buzzer scramble for every loose ball. how about basketball meta force. now new hampshire voters will get a chance to see clinton and sanders clash face to face one more time when they debate later this week. that's story line from hampton, new hampshire i'm byron barnet. collin top campaign we head to manchester where bernie sanders is feeling confident holding ton strong lead in granite state here's 7's kimberly bookman. >> reporter: yeah, adam you know bernie sanders is 74 years old voters. he's talking about things like paying off college tuition and getting jobs that pay a good wage. now he just has to get young voters to the polls on primary tuesday. >> back in new hampshire after losing iowa to hillary clinton by less than 1 percent, democratic presidential anything but down. he knows he's getting through to voters.
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