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e key clue burlington police hope will help them catch >> christa: investigators comb through the wreckage of that russian plane crash as the first of the victims is returned home. >> jadiann: and rivals coming together, the republican presidential candidates meet sunday. what has them all cooperating this morning. good morning, everyone we've made it to monday, i'm jadiann thompson. >> christa: i'm christa delcamp. i have the perfect antidote for monday morning, reach into the kids' candy supply. >> jadiann: yes. >> christa: three times just this morning. the mini reese's cups, the best. >> jeremy: we have a stash in the weather office. we brought a lot of extra stuff in from the reiner compound so have at it. boston 55. plymouth 53. fitchburg and orange upper 30s so there are cool pockets of air and clouds. but you have a dry morning
commute and dry day with a mix of clouds and sunshine. temperatures this morning come out of the 40s, a mild afternoon. the numbers this afternoon low 60s. 7:00 this evening, dry. the numbers heading back into the low 50s. dry week ahead. >> jadiann: thank you, j.r. let's get over to rich kirkland and talk about the traffic. >> rich: good morning. save peanut butter cups for me. traffic is clear. easy sailing. easy on route 1, topsfield to the tobin bridge is good. that's downtown, extremely quiet. not on the expressway. that's good too. work crews overnight on route 128 but they're getting out of the way now. the t says we're on time. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: thank you. and moving to our top story, a star student athlete stabbed in everett. this morning he's in the hospital after that vicious attack. >> jadiann: it happened just hours after everett high school's big win in the state playoffs. victoria warren joins us now
from outside that school where classmates and teammates will return in just a few hours, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. everybody just shocked. last check this student is still in the hospital in critical condition. his coach telling us he was stabbed in the back and his coach says it was all because he 16-year-old marvens fedna stepped up to fill in as quarterback bringing a victory to everett high school saturday. >> the coaches put faith in me to help the team and lead them. i did what they asked. >> hours later when he stepped up to help someone in need. >> he was coming home, walking on broadway and somebody yelled for help. >> his coach says he ended up getting attacked instead. >> he was the one trying to help somebody. somebody was being attacked and he went to their aid and ended up getting stabbed.
needing multiple surgeries, his teammates, coach and school in shock. he's described as a great kid, excellent student. >> christa: soft-spoken, gentleman, yes, sir, no, sir. >> everyone played as a team. >> my prayers and thoughts are with him. he'll make a full recovery. >> police are still investigating this attack and there's been no word of any arrests. live in everett, victoria warren, "7 news today in new >> christa: thank you. students at midway high school are heading back to class today for the fourth time since a classmate died in a car crash. 17-year-old matty lambson died friday when she crashed her car into a tree in franklin and was pronounced dead at the scene. the cause is being investigated this morning. grief counselors met with students and staff members at the school as well over the weekend. >> jadiann: right now burlington police are searching for whoever
a mosque. someone spray-painted graffiti all over the walls. jennifer eagan joins us. those who attend the mosque say they do not feel safe now. >> reporter: jadiann, the vandals in this case were bold, spray painting u.s.a. five times on this side of the building. police say they spent about 20 minutes here before taking off. >> they were not afraid of being caught in the cameras. >> two vandals put on masks and run up to the burlington islamic center out of view of the camera, spray painting u.s.a. all over the mosque. eggs were thrown at the building. >> this was a surprise to me. this much they have done and they have that much daring to do this. >> they did it in the early morning hours sunday. one of the members found the graffiti and damage. >> they heard the noise and went out. >> this mosque has been a target before. in 2013 their sign was tagged
>> this is a little concern that they're stepping up their action. >> the islamic center president says they're not angry. this is a place of prayer. >> people do these things. it happens everywhere. we do our part, notified the authority and let them do their job. >> but there's fear. >> what will they do next? >> reporter: police say the car in that surveillance video is a ford crown victoria. they're investigating. live in burlington, jennifer eagan, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: developing this morning, investigators in egypt are trying to determine whether a plane which they say broke up in midair was brought down by an act of terrorism or if it was a tragic accident. kris anderson is with us. >> reporter: good morning, we have new information just in this morning, the airline company metro jet is rejecting a theory a technical fault caused
the crash killing more than 200 people onboard. investigators recovered the black boxes which is key because they could help figure out what caused the jet do break up. the jet crashed 23 minutes after taking off on the way to st. petersburg, russia. the plane broke up at a high altitude. he says this because of the large area the fragments of the plane were scattered across. a former safety engineer says the only events like bad weather, midair collisions or external threats such as an act of terrorism are what could cause that to happen. russia started bringing home the bodies of the victims of the plane. the bodies of 144 passengers arrived at st. petersburg airport in russia. russian news agencies report the government will be sending a second plane to bring back more remains later today. today has also been declared a national day of mourning in the country. all 224 people onboard, including 17 children, were
killed when that plane crashed in the sinai peninsula. live in the control room, kris anderson, "7 news today in new >> jadiann: a possible sign of the missing cargo ship el faro that disappeared in october after coming into contact with hurricane joaquin. the ntsb captured images of the ship on the bottom of the ocean resting upright and in one piece. now, remote operated submarines will dive 15,000 feet to try to find the data recorder. the families of the crew members onboard have mixed feelings. >> my head wants the answers but my heart wants hope, so it's struggling to find that balance. it's just a nightmare. >> several of the families have filed lawsuits claiming the ship had a history of problems. the ship's owner has not commented on the lawsuits. >> christa: now the race for the white house and the republican party putting a new official in charge of debates after the presidential candidates
complained about last week's cnbc debate. campaign staff members met in washington to talk about proposed changes. they agreed to now negotiate with networks before debates asking about time limits and who the moderators will be. >> a couple of us are the ones that are generating the ratings for these debates. so that's -- if we don't come that's a bargaining chip. >> we're not talking about pussycat questions or easy questions, we're talking about questions relevant to what a republican primary voter is trying to decide. >> last week's g.o.p. debate drew criticism from the candidates after they had the questions were biased and they weren't given enough time for opening and closing statements. >> jadiann: actor, politician fred thompson has died. he was a watergate attorney, a tennessee senator and a g.o.p. presidential candidate in 2008. he also starred at arthur branch
he died of lymphoma. he was 73 years old. >> mayor marty walsh wants promoters of the indycar race in boston to finalize plans. the mayor's staff sent an email saying indycar had would weeks to reach the agreements needed to host the race on labor day. the race is scheduled for next year in the seaport district. >> jadiann: kansas city celebrating a world series championship. >> christa: you have excited friends and former fans of yours as well. the royals beat the mets 4-1 to win the world series. game 5 ended early this morning. kc won 7-2. the royals entered the ninth trailing by two but tied it in the 12th. louisthe royals celebrated the win in the visiting clubhouse at city
field. nothing like the champagne bath. jonny gomes is on the roster. of course gomes helped the sox win the 2013 world series so he's now celebrating his second championship. i think those are the same goggles he wore during the champagne bath here. while the team partied in new york, the fans celebrated in kansas city. they poured out into the streets after the game. this is the royals second world series championship. the team won the first title in 1985. >> jadiann: popular area for people to watch the games is called power and light district. you know, it's just tiers of places for people to sit and a big screen and that place is >> christa: i'm assuming some people are sleeping there. >> jadiann: probably. yet. ahead on 7news, a spooky situation for kids trick-or-treating in north >> christa: why health officials expect the number of people sickened by a e. coli outbreak
to grow while they investigate what caused it. >> jadiann: get this. who did it better? run to the big stop. a faceoff with two gold medalists. the challenge, performing circus acts. >> jeremy: you can juggle and do a lot at the same time. sunny skies, clouds. cool this morning then look at the temps, more like september than november. 60s this week. forecast up next. >> rich: we'll be juggling the ride to work but right now traffic is building but no backups or tie-ups yet. we're watching it for you right here on "7 news today in new england." since 1961, pearle vision has been providing expert eye care. today, we make caring for your eyes even easier. right now, buy one pair of glasses, and get another pair free. this is genuine eye care in your neighborhood.
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before for halloween, there's no there. i'm thinking that was the story for a lot of homes. >> jadiann: i bet. i was surprised at how early the sun is setting. oh my goodness, i can't believe that. yesterday? >> jeremy: 4:38 yesterday and we're going to lose more daylight, folks, not just to be a downer on monday morning but the best is yet to come, huh? mild and dry for the week. storms. they don't contain snowflakes because we're talking about mild air. there might be sprinkles thursday evening, friday morning otherwise dry with a fair amount of sunshine and clouds. jet stream will look like this, novembers. the last two novembers were cold in new england but this one, the first week to ten days, looking above normal. normal high is 56. forget that, every day this week that. low 60s today. upper 60s tomorrow. wednesday middle 60s. thursday, despite the risk of
more clouds and sprinkles, temps on thursday close to 70. plymouth 53. there are cool pockets of air southern new hampshire, route 2 corridor, in the 30s. there's a little bit of a breeze, especially along the coastline in the city of boston. although the city almost always have a breeze because of the buildings that stick up in the sky and channel the air through the buildings. we'll have a day that features a mix of clouds and sunshine. high pressure off to the northwest is parked up there today and really for most of the week there will be weather systems to the north and south and i think at least through wednesday, high pressure is with us, acting like big brother. very little weather to be concerned about. skies. at times thin clouds will try to sunshine. best chance of that would be south of the mass pike.
boston around had 64, lakeville 65, dracut, merrimack valley, new hampshire seacoast, cape ann lower 60s. fitchburg 64. keene and jaffrey upper 50s. the cape and the islands, nantucket at 60 and chatham 60 degrees. tonight, mostly clear, cool, lows in the 30s to the middle 40s metro boston. tomorrow, partly to mostly sunny skies. highs tomorrow middle and upper 60s so the city today around 64. i think tomorrow around 68. worcester 63. nashua at 66. your 7on7 forecast, there you go thursday and friday. more clouds around but just a few sprinkles, if that. that's your weather system for the week. peace out. >> jadiann: thanks, j.r. also this morning, a tourist attacked by a shark while vacationing in florida. the woman was standing in the surf off cocoa beach when bitten on her leg.
beachgoers helped bring the woman to shore. >> i looked over at her and she's -- she said somebody help me and i saw the fin come up and slap her in the face and she said it got me. i grabbed her hand and drug her it shore. >> the woman was taken to the hospital but it's unclear how she's doing. chipotle is closing dozens of location in washington state and oregon because of e. coli. 22 cases of e. coli were reported in the two states. eight people needed to go to the hospital. the restaurant chain closing all 43 locations in washington and oregon because of this. according to health officials a food item is likely the cause but they can't pinpoint the exact ingredient involved. >> jadiann: up next on 7news, we're going to the as i circus. this is who did it better. i face off against not one but
>> jeremy: good morning, for the day, mostly sunny skies. cool this morning and a nice, mild afternoon. temperatures heading for the low and mid 60s. dry for the evening commute. business travelers, you need the rain gear in the southeast, there. rainy on the west coast. >> christa: it's monday morning which means it's time for who >> jadiann: that's right. we're excited. today i'm joining the circus and medalists. pay attention because you're going to decide who did it
as the first american ice dance team to win olympic gold, merrill davis and charley white know how to do do it. the challenge, learn three acts with the ringling brothers barnum & bailey circus. >> i'm going to bring my a-game. >> we're all out of our comfort zone. >> i'm bringing only my b game. first,. >> first, a dance routine. >> i get that. while i tried to be competent i was going up against olympic ice dancers. >> charley, are you okay over there? i still don't know how to flip the fan. >> fans are the least of my worries i'm afraid.
>> five, six, seven, eight. oh, no. f next up was the meteor act. >> let's make it happen. >> what if i hurt someone? >> i don't know about this. see? f. >> jadiann: no. >> i'm going one hand. >> jadiann: oh, give him some street credit for that. then it was time for the final act, juggling. >> he was bragging about being able to juggle earlier. >> i was. but then they brought these out. did you like my jugular's stance? one with the juggling tools. i don't know what these are. >> i'm going with one for now. i'll going to start slow, right? then like you toss me another one. >> let's see it. >> i feel like she's going to be really good.
>> cartwheel and i juggle. >> when you can't do something, deflect with something else. >> seriously, guys, great job. >> okay. get my vote for the fan dance. it was really nice. the fan dance. that was your best of the three. >> i just felt like they're gold medalists and they have been taught choreography by the best so i don't know what i was doing but we didn't have a lot of time. what you see is what you get. the cameras are rolling while we learn. >> one take, that's it and you're done. i know you know how to juggle. you juggle a lot. >> figuratively. >> christa: literally. >> jadiann: i gave it my best effort. to decide, head over to whdh.com and vote. we'll have the results tomorrow at 6:00 a.m. let the games begin. >> christa: it's 5:25 and coming your way, communication key on the football field but what if
one of the coaches is deaf? how one massachusetts man is breaking the barriers of communication. >> reporter: we're live in north reading. it wasn't a trick or treat. what one person left out for how do you reimagine "banking"? you start with this... then you make it... nothing like this. you make a capital one caf\. someplace more relaxed. with free wi-fi and banking advice... without all the "double talk." and checking accounts with
>> jadiann: kids trick-or-treating are given cough syrup instead of candy. why north reading police say was a a misunderstanding. >> christa: two women waking up behind bars arrested outside a popular shopping mall. how they could are connected to a major shoplifting ring. >> jadiann: a massachusetts town drug program is leading the way with cities across the country now adopting similar ideas. >> christa: thanks for waking up with us. 5:30 on this monday morning, hopefully you're sleeping off the sugar buzz. i'm christa delcamp. >> jadiann: i'm jadiann thompson. let's get over to j.r. and talk
about the forecast. it's not too spooky out there. >> jeremy: not at all. 40s and 50s. boston 55. plymouth 53. fitchburg and orange cooler as is jaffrey. we have a few clouds south of town and clear skies north of town. right in town it's going back and forth, partly cloudy skies. clouds don't have raindrops so both commutes today are dry and the day itself, a mix of clouds and sunshine. i think more clouds south of the pike, more sun north of town. in boston a mix of clouds and sun. 60s this afternoon, above normal. first week in november looking warm. more about that in 15 minutes. >> christa: traffic, bright and early on a monday morning. here's rich kirkland. >> rich: here we go. we have a rollover, watching route 93 in medford, somerville. it's okay here. not in new hampshire. a rollover in windham, new hampshire, 93 southbound after exit 3. that just came in a moment ago. elsewhere okay. the turnpike is wide open. that's where the storrow drive
situation at the hatch shell by the copley square exit. no delays. the only backup is getting to the expressway in braintree and route 128 southbound, that's typical. the t says it's okay. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: thank you, rich. 5:30. 55 degrees. time for the top stories, an everett high school football player is in critical condition after stabbed hours after leading his team to a playoff win. marvens fedna was walking home when he heard someone screaming and ran to help but the coach says fedna ended up stabbed himself. he has had multiple surgeries at mass general hospital. police are searching for two people behind a possible hate crime at a burlington mosque. the vandals, caught on video, spray-painted u.s.a. all over the walls. they also threw eggs at the building. the same mosque was vandalized in 2013.
rejecting the theory a technical issue caused a plane to crash in egypt killing 122 people onboard. investigators have recovered the black boxes from the scene. >> christa: 7news now to trick or treat trouble. kids in north reading coming home with cough syrup instead of candy and police are calling this a misunderstanding while parents are demanding answers. let's go to nicole oliverio live with us now. good morning. >> reporter: while this is why police always remind parents to make sure you go through your children's trick or treat bag to see what was there. in this case, one house of giving out children's medicine. it wasn't a trick or treat but it wasn't candy either. north reading police say someone left samples of children's cough syrup on halloween night for kids. >> medicine is a bad idea, certainly, for any child to self
that is probably not a good idea. >> it also wasn't malicious. officers spoke to the person who left the medicine on old farm lane and said he had a lapse in judgment. he wasn't trying to hurt anyone and it was not a criminal act. >> i wouldn't advise leaving anything outside for kids to take for themself. >> in chicopee, a family claims they found a pin or sewing needle in a piece of candy handed out near gram by road or east street. police are investigating. in auburn, a brief scare after a child told police she found a razor blade under the wrapper of a candy bar but that wasn't true. >> after interviewing the 11-year-old, she made the entire thing up and it was a hoax. >> police here say the man who handed out the cough syrup samples will not be facing charges. auburn.
oliverio, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: we're following more news. a dog is seriously wounded in brockton after stabbed in the street. the injured dog is a pit bull named havoc. witnesses say he and another dog were fighting yesterday when the owner of one dog took matters in his own hands. >> he was trying to get his dog off the other dog and he started stabbing the neck because he was trying to get the dog off. both -- the dog was locked jaw. >> havoc's owner says their dog didn't deserve it and they're hoping he survives. police are hoping microchips can help find three puppies stolen from a kennel in hollisston. the 10-week-old puppy from snatched friday night. the microchips don't have a gps tracker but if someone takes the dog to the vet they should identify them. officials thinker whoever took
them and their health could be in danger. >> christa: four people from brookline are facing charges for allegedly being involved in a shoplifting ring. according to the sun chronicle. officers arrested 22 la nearby mumford and knight at the outlets on saturday. detectives arrested a man and woman and found more than $30,000 of merchandise and gift cards in their vehicles. >> lawyers for owen labrie may file a lawsuit. they say the so-called senior salute at the school allowed the sexual assault to take place. the senior salute is a tradition where older boys seek out younger girls prior to graduation. in august labrie was convicted of statutory rape and sentenced one year in jail and five years probation. the former u con student arrested after demanding mac and
cheese at the student union will appear in court. luke gotti will be arraigned november 23rd. he faces breach of peace and trespassing charges. video shows gatti pushing an employee at the student union after denied service. the 19-year-old was denied food because he had been drinking. >> christa: the glaucester police department says the program designed to battle the heroin epidemic is gaining popularity across the u.s. nearly 40 departments in nine states have similar programs. addicts are able to come to the police station to seek treatment and officers destroy the drugs and needless. according to the chief, crime rates have dropped there since the program began this summer. >> jadiann: all right. straight ahead on 7news, breaking through the barriers of communication. how a massachusetts football coach is inspiring young little athletes. >> christa: when it comes to using coupons in this high-tech world a survey reveals how many americans prefer good
old-fashion paper coupons. >> jeremy: partly to mostly sunny skies. 40s this morning. this afternoon, low and mid 60s. a nice way to ease into the workweek and school week. forecast up next. >> rich: well we've got our first rollover of the morning. it's on 93 southbound just over the border of new hampshire. we check that and more coming up on "7 news today in new england." not getting your best sleep? could be you've got the wrong bed. enter sleep number... she likes the bed soft. he's more hardcore. you can both adjust the bed for the best sleep of your life. right now, save $500 on the veteran's day special edition mattress with sleepiq technology.
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>> jadiann: the hulk. >> jeremy: good morning, boston at 55. plymouth 53. bedford at 47. there's traffic out there and together here. you got a morning commute that does not feature any wet roadways. morning commute will be dry with a mix of clouds and sunshine as will the evening commute. school bell forecast, outdoor recess and it's cool this morning but lunchtime and through the afternoon, temps this afternoon reach the low 60s. >> jadiann: all right. a youth football coach in springfield is showing there are plenty of ways to communicate with players. >> christa: he has to do it differently because he is deaf.
craig bryden can read lips but can't yell from the sidelines to he uses body language to communicate. he has no problem at all getting his message across to the kids. >> i tell them what to do, got to bring your arm up. you move your shoulder. sometimes i have to show them how to move, to communicate. >> he motivates the kids to keep going and teaches them the little things while other quarterback coaches might not. >> many say the coach's way of communicating on the field works fine. you heard his son say he notices stuff other people don't so he uses this to his advantage. >> jadiann: i think it's a wonderful lesson. nothing should slow us down. we have a lot to get to, everything you need to know and go next. halloween is behind us so guess what? time to look forward to
>> christa: good morning, everybody, 5:45. look there, sun's starting to come up here early on your i don't know. does that make up for the fact we see it setting at 4:30? >> jadiann: they say if you like to get up early and go for a run, getting the sunshine back helps but it doesn't do us a lot of good selfishly. >> jeremy: mild and dry through the week. those early sun rises, nice treat now but we'll lose that over the next four to six weeks. late week sprinkles thursday and friday. that's your only storm are a few sprinkles at the end of the week. high pressure starts the week in this fashion here on the eastern seaboard so that prevents cool air from bothering us with the normal high in the middle 50s. today low to mid 60s. tomorrow, upper 60s. wednesday cooler, especially at the can coastline and then thursday, heading close to 70. the city 55. plymouth at 53.
northwest of town, there are cooler pockets of air because the air is dry. there have been clouds filtering in south of the mass pike overnight as well as leftover wind but all in all it's a decent fall day. certainly by november standards. high pressure will ward off storminess to the north and south so we'll have a fair amount of sunshine to start the week. another batch of clouds which are just beginning to show itself wednesday afternoon in virginia. this comes into new england thursday and friday with clouds. today partly sunny skies. should help you to fight off the monday's. boston 64 this afternoon. attleboro 64, dracut 62. worcester hills upper 50s and low 60s. the cape and the islands, mashpee 60. edge gartown 61. tonight, 40s. downtown boston 49. through the day tomorrow mostly sunny skies. warm day tomorrow. temps tomorrow heading for the upper 60s.
today the city around 64, i think tomorrow around 68. jaffrey tomorrow 61. and provincetown 62. your 7on7 forecast, thursday and friday more clouds but despite that, temps close to 70 each day. >> jadiann: not bad. let's talk about the roads with rich kirkland. good morning to you, sir. >> rich: good morning, jadiann. we're live in braintree as traffic could cues up for the expressway. bumper-to-bumper but not busy yet. route 1 southbound is okay. 93 not so much. we hav a rollover in new hampshire on 93 southbound in windham by exit 3. a backup in the methuen, lawrence, andover area on 93 southbound crossing 495. the t says it's okay. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: thank you. let's get to our top story. a star student athlete stabbed in everett this morning. he's in the hospital following this attack where he was just trying to help out. >> jadiann: sounds like it.
it happened hours after everett high school scored an upset in the state playoffs. victoria warren joins us live with more. >> reporter: good morning, last check this young man was still listed in critical condition after he was stabbed over the weekend. his coach telling us he was just trying to help someone. all this happening just hours after he helped win the game for everett high school, stepping up and playing quarter, a position he doesn't normally play. medvedev just 16 years old led his team to victory. hours later while walking home he was attacked and stabbed. his coach telling us that when he was walking home he heard somebody calling for help. he went to help that person and that's when these suspects turned on him. the young man was rushed to the hospital and underwent two surgeries and last check, he was still listed in critical condition. everyone here in the school community absolutely stunned by this. everett police are continuing
there have been no arrests. live in everett, victoria england." >> christa: also right now, police in burlington, vermont are investigating after two women say a threatening message from the ku klux klan appeared in their mailboxes. police are trying to figure out if the women who are african-american were specifically targeted. dozens of people in the community are calling for an end to racism and hate speech and one of the women is comforted by the support but remains on edge. >> once i found out another person was targeted, it felt not safe. it's stalking in a sense. >> christa: some activists say the officers should have been involved sooner saying a dispatcher dismissed the original complaint. crews plan to bury human remains back in a cemetery in ludlow after realizing they were ago.
last week dpw workers accidentally dug up and hampton tate leg. the leg belonged to harold piper who lives in ludlow. he lost his leg following an accident at work that happened nearly 50 years ago. >> then i went to mercy hospital. i was there for about 3.5 months and my mother, after two weeks, had to get a gravesite because it was mercy hospital, athletic, and you can't cremate. it never bothered me from that day on. i could care less. >> it's unclear why piper's site was not clearly marked. >> jadiann: a connecting man accused of killing his mother and father is set to face a judge. police say the 27-year-old buried his parents remains in a yard not far from their home in weston. investigators say the son's text messages reveal he was upset his parents cut them out of the will. the man's girlfriend is facing charges in connection to this case. classes are resuming at a university in north carolina
while police search for a shooter who opened fire on campus. a 19-year-old student at winston same university was killed and another wounded. right now police are not identifying a suspect or motive. a candlelight vigil was held last night to remember the victim. >> christa: across the country, investigators are trying to figure out what caused and explosion that led this house in michigan. it was a powerful blast that shattered windows and sent debris flying into neighboring homes. one man was injured. he was severely burned. officials say the blast may have been due to a gas leak but they're investigating. >> jadiann: a small town in indiana mourning the death of a teenager after a car crashed into his home. the 16-year-old was watching television friday night when an alleged drunk driver slammed into the house. hundreds gathered yesterday for a candlelight vigil and balloon release. the driver is facing charges. >> christa: and president obama traveling to newark, energy, a
push to reform the criminal justice system. the white house says he'll join local leaders and visit a drug rehab facility. last month the president signed and order to release about 6,000 inmates from federal prisons. about 4,000 of them will enter halfway houses. today former president jimmy carter will be in memphis, tennessee working for habitat for humanity. president carter was set to volunteer for a week in nepal but the charity canceled the trip because of supply shortages and civil unrest. the 91-year-old announced in august that he's being treated for cancer that has spread to his brain. >> jadiann: the new speaker of the house, paul ryan, weighing in on the race for the white house but he's not endorsing a candidate. >> i'm going to be completely neutral in this presidential election because i'm speaker of the house. if you're asking can any one of those people on the stage be a better president than hillary clinton? the answer is yes.
>> ryan spoke about illegal immigration and said he doesn't think the president can be trusted on the issues so he's not planning on pursuing legislation. fresh off a september visit to the united states, pope francis is planning a return trip to north america. visiting mexico in february. he originally wanted to go to mexico before coming to america but the timing didn't work out. the mostly catholic nation is ready to give the pope a very warm welcome. >> christa: moving to health cast here on this monday. tv trouble for adults. researchers say too much television can cause death from chronic diseases. those who watch three to four hours of tv per day were more likely to die from conditions like heart disease, cancer or diabetes. doctors say watching too much tv is a sign of overall physical inactivity. >> jadiann: a new survey finds about three in four children
the time they turn four. the small survey was done in philadelphia but experts say they believe the findings are probably similar nationwide. the survey found many kids use their survives unsupervised. the american academy of pediatrics recommends limiting screen time for kids. >> americans still prefer paper coupons. 85% of americans use them occasionally. most cut them out of a newspaper or mailing. the site says mostly older people use paper coupons however 18-24-year-olds use them twice as much as other methods. >> butterball's turkey talk line opens today. call the hot line through christmas eve if you need help preparing and cooking. the talk line has helped nearly 50 million people since it
started in 1981. they say one of the most humorous calls was someone saying she thought she used too much soap while watching the turkey. nice and clean. >> jadiann: i mean i don't think i've ever used soap at all but i could use that hot line. >> christa: my mom used to cook her turkey in a paper bag. >> jadiann: paper? >> christa: paper bag, greased, of course. you don't want to start a fire. >> jeremy: i was going to say, how did that turn out? boston 55. bedford 47, nashua 49. we always have takeoff. hyannis 53. yes, november, here we are with a mix of clouds and sunshine. and a nice warm start to the month. in fact this week certainly is going to be warmer than normal and perhaps next week as well. this afternoon, low 60s with sunshine. >> christa: still another hour of 7news to go. next here at 6:00, search times
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>> christa: how a good deed landed him in the hospital. >> jadiann: a russian plane blows apart in the sky. >> christa: malicious vandalism at a local mosque. police say two suspects are caught on camera. >> jadiann: a royal finish to the world series. celebrations new overnight. >> christa: and we head to the big top for who did it better at the circus. i'm telling you, someone's going to get an eye poked out. >> jadiann: it was scary. that's why we weren't doing a great job. the thing can hit you in the face. >> christa: it's fun watching. know one's hurt. we know you want to dig into your candy your kids got. leftover. >> christa: quite a bit. some of it is going in the freezer but i did dive into the mini reese's, the reese's cups. they were really good. >> jadiann: personal favorite. that and kitkat. >> jeremy: that's huge at our
house as well. now, back to work, back to school, it's warm for the first part of neave november. the city 54. plymouth 52. fitchburg and orange, middle and upper 30s. we have a little of work to do to get into the milder air but it will happen. there are a few clouds but they'll have a tendency to thin out. other times clouds will win the battle so a mix of clouds and sun. normal highs should reach the mid 50s. 2:00 this afternoon, low to mid 60s. boston this afternoon around 64. 7:00 this evening, dry evening commute. temperatures reach the -- begin to settle into the 50s. some, mostly sunny skies. warmer for tomorrow. upper 60s to around 70. let you know how long the warm air plans on sticking around in 15 minutes. >> jadiann: let's go over to rich kirkland. >> rich: good morning, we're live on route 93 because we have
southbound. in andover, a crash on 93 southbound before 495 so a tough go there but it stretches close to medford and boston. the expressway pretty much slow like this end-to-end. here. it is a bit slow, natick and framingham. the t says on time. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> we just did our jobs. everybody was focused. >> christa: that's a star football player from everett high school who is now in critical condition this morning after being stabbed hours after winning a big game. 16 years old and he helped to lead his team to victory in the playoffs on saturday night. >> jadiann: his coach tells 7news on the way home, the teen stopped to help someone in trouble and that's when he was attacked. victoria warren is live for us with more on this. >> reporter: good morning, jadiann. his coach telling us this teenager was stabbed in the back
the coach tells us it was all because the teen was trying to help someone. 16-year-old marvens fedna stepped up to fill in as quarterback, bringing a big victory to everett high school. >> the coaches put faith in me to help the team and lead them. i just did what they asked. >> hours later when he stepped up to help someone in need. >> he was coming home, walking on broadway and somebody yelled for help. >> his coach says he ended up getting attacked instead. >> he was doing the -- trying to help somebody. somebody was being attacked and he went to their aid and he ended up getting stabbed. >> fedna rushed to the hospital needing multisurgeries. his teammates, coach and school in shock. the junior is described as a great kid and excellent student. >> very soft-spoken, gentleman, yes, sir, no, sir. >> everyone played as a team and that brought us to the end zone and that's why we won.
>> the same team is hoping the strength fedna showed on the football field helps him get better. >> my prayers and thoughts are with him. >> everett police are investigating this. so far there have been no arrests. live this morning in everett, victoria warren, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: crime on camera in burlington. police say these men vandalize add mosque then made a quick get away. police are trying to track down those men and mosque officials say this isn't the first time they've been targeted. jennifer eagan is live in burlington with the story. >> reporter: jadiann, the vandals in this case were pretty bold, they spray-painted u.s.a. on the side of the building five times. police say they spent about 20 minutes here before taking off. >> they were not afraiding being caught in the cameras. >> two vandals put on masks and
center and spray paint u.s.a. all over the mosque. eggs were also thrown. >> it's a surprise this much they had done. >> the two covered the building in the early morning hours on sunday. one of the center members founded graffiti and damage. >> they heard the noise so then they went out. the kids ran away. before. u.s.a. >> this is a little concerned that they're stepping up their action. >> the islamic center president says they're not angry. this is a place of prayer. >> people do these things. it happens everywhere and all we need to do is our part, notify the authority and let them do their job. >> but there's fear. >> what will they do next? reporter: police say the car in that surveillance video is a ford crown victoria and they're investigating. live in burlington, jennifer eagan, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: students at midway
high school are heading back to class today for the first time since a classmate died in a car crash. 17-year-old matty lambson died friday after she crashed her car into a tree. police are investigating the cause. grief counselors met with students and staff at the school over the weekend. several new developments this morning in that deadly crash of a passenger plane from russia. airline officials say the disaster in egypt was caused by a, quote, external influence, not by a technical problem or human error. the plane broke apart at high altitude leading to speculation explosives played a role. >> reporter: and official from metro jet says the plane lost speed moments before it broke up and crashed into the egypt sinai peninsula saturday killing all 224 people onboard. investigators are still trying
to happen but officials say with the airline, they believe it was caused by external influence. investigators recovered the black boxes which they say are in good shape and they're hoping they can help figure out what happened. >> they're going to look at the flight controls, the fuel system and also looking at maintenance issues that may have induce add technical failure. one of the things you can't rule out at this time is whether or not there was an explosive device of some sort on the aircraft. >> reporter: russia has started the heartbreaking task of bringing home bodies of the victims from the deadly plane crash in egypt. most of the people killed were russian and there were 17 children onboard. that is the latest live in the control room, kris anderson, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: a possible sign of the missing cargo ship el faro that disappeared in october after coming into contact with hurricane joaquin. the ntsb says they have captured images of the ship on the bottom
of the ocean resting upright and in one piece. now remote operated submarines will dive 15,000 feet and try to find the data recorder. actor politician fred thompson passed away. he had an extensive capitol career, a watergate attorney, he was a tennessee senator, and a g.o.p. presidential candidate in 2008. he also starred at arthur branch on six seasons of law and order. >> thompson died of lymphoma at 73 years old. >> christa: the proposed indycar race in boston. mayor marty walsh wants promoters of the plan to finalize what they're thinking soon. according to the heard the mayor's staff sent an email saying the indycar race had two weeks to reach the necessary agreements to host the weekend race the weekend of labor day. the race is set to be held next year in the seaport district.
>> kansas city celebrating a world series championship as the royals bet the mets 4-1 to win the series. >> the 1-2 again. inside corner! the royals, 2015 world champions. >> game five ended early this morning. kc won 7-2 in 1-2-3 innings. the royals entered the 9th 9th trailing by two then tied it up. salvador perez earned the mvp award. the royals celebrated in the visiting clubhouse at city field. jonny gomes, on the royals roster. he helped the sox win the 2013 world series and is celebrating with goggles. his second championship. this is always fun to watch want while the team partied in new york, the fans celebrated in kansas city, pouring into the streets following the game. this is the royals second world series championship. they won in 1985.
>> jadiann: and almost last year. made it all the why. >> christa: you you had friends texting you this morning. >> jadiann: until early in the morning. everyone is still up. the fountains are painted blue and everyone will get a free pass at work today. bosses and workers alike are tired. >> republican rivals banding together. the changes the g.o.p. candidates secured for the next debate. >> christa: troubling treats handed out to children. police are reminding parents to check their kids' candy. >> jadiann: illness tied to a restaurant chain is expected to spike today. >> jeremy: for the day a mix of clouds and sunshine. cool for a couple of hours this morning. and then temps are heading for the 60s this afternoon. great day on the way. >> rich: we're live with sky 7 right now on 93 in woburn,
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>> christa: good morning, 6:14. it's monday, time to rise and shine. j.r., you're going to love this costume. this is 12-year-old david from northboro, a storm cloud. he says he and his mom put to together with battery operated lights for the lightning. this is really advanced. nicely done and creative. i like the rain slicker. >> jadiann: that's great. i love that. very creative. we want to know what you're doing to start your day, everyone. send your photos of rise and shine. it's at rise and shine @whdh.com. you can tweet those. but include the hash tag.
costumes in the neighborhood, washing machine with the clothes, laundry detergent on >> jadiann: that's cute. i love halloween costumes that are created or fun. >> christa: do it yourself. >> do it yourself. >> christa: anything you can do with a box. i hadn't thought about that. we did a rubik's cube one year. costumes. weather cooperated as well. that's key. if you have all these awesome costumes like david's picture. thank you for that picture. you got to have a weekend like we had where you have no wind and mild conditions. that was the case saturday night and i think that continues to be the case for a few days. mild and dry week. no big storms. the only thing i see, perhaps a few sprinkles thursday evening, friday morning but nothing significant. high pressure is going to make the jet stream look like this. perhaps next week as well there may be one blip sunday, monday where temps take a dive but otherwise, i think the first week to two weeks looking warmer
than normal. our normal high 65. this afternoon, 61 -- 56. 60s. wednesday the numbers back off but still above normal. thursday and friday, you'll see in the seven-day forecast upper 60s to around 70. it's been a while since we've had warmer than normal november. you have to go back to 2011. that might be the case this month so stay tuned. right now 40s and low 50s. the city 54. plymouth 52. cooler pockets of air as well. orange and fitchburg in the upper 30s and a breeze at the coastline and the cape. that breeze sometimes can mask that mild feel to the air but overall, high pressure is with us today. there are going to be clouds in our sky but they do not contain raindrops and i don't think they'll block the sun. call it a mix of clouds and sunshine. high pressure is slow moving and moves across new england the next few days so we hold on to
the dry conditions. this weather system in virginia is wednesday. that works into new england thursday and friday with sprinkles thursday evening but nothing significant. today, partly sunny skies. mild. temperatures between 60 and 65. tonight mostly clear, cool, not cold, bitter or frigid. 40s. tomorrow mostly sunny skies. numbers more like october than november with temps today between 60 and 65. tomorrow upper 60s. close to 70. bedford tomorrow afternoon 67. plymouth 66. the forecast, thursday and friday a lot of clouds, upper 60s. saturday near 60. then a little stepback on sunday, the upcoming weekend but a it will warm up again next week. >> christa: mild. thank you. how about "fast track traffic." rich kirkland with us right now. >> rich: here we are live on route 93. this is not good. there's a fender-bender in woburn on 128 southbound after route 128 on 93 southbound.
traffic is backed up on 93 into andover, into methuen because of that. that's also affecting traffic on route 128 which is already bumper-to-bumper starting by 95 in peabody to this crash scene and the backup on route 93. other backups, route 1 is one. the expressway, that's heavy as well. the t says no delays. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: let's go to the latest on the race for the white house this morning. and the republican party putting a new official in charge of debates after the presidential candidates complained about last week's cnbc debate. campaign staff members met in washington yesterday to talk about a list of proposed changes. they all agreed to negotiating with networks before debates asking about time limits and who the moderators will be. >> we're not talking about pussycat questions, we're not talking about easy questions, we're talking about questions that are relevant to what a republican primary voter is trying to decide.
>> last week's g.o.p. debate drew criticism from the candidates after they said the questions were biased and they weren't given enough time for opening and closing statements. >> chipotle closing all 43 locations in washington state and oregon due to an e. coli outbreak expected to grow. 22 case of e. coli were reported in the two states with eight people needing to go to the hospital. as more people hear about the outbreak and experience symptoms they'll probably go to the hospital and that could increase the numbers. it's suspect add food item is to blame but officials are not sure which one. still ahead, a kennel caper. three puppies stolen and this morning local police need your help. >> christa: the patriots sharing the standings with fewer undefeated teams this morning. >> jadiann: and it's your time to choose. who did it better, we're under the big top. i face off with two gold
>> jeremy: good morning, mostly sunny skies with a few clouds through the day. cool for a couple hours but it becomes a mild day. low 60s this afternoon. traveling across the nation, some scattered showers and storms charlotte, atlanta. otherwise dry for most of the eastern two-thirds of the u.s. but there will be rain showers los angeles, san francisco, as well as seattle this afternoon. >> christa: it's monday morning and sometimes that can be difficult. we like to -- exactly. jadiann is doing this feature called who did it better. >> jadiann: what better way to lighten it up than watch me do ridiculous things and fail on live tv so i'm joining the circus and not alone. i'm with two gold medalists. >> christa: i have faith in you. >> jadiann: it's tough. we're joining the circus and it's time for you to decide who did it better. as the first american ice dance
team to win olympic gold, meryl davis andharley white know how to put on a performance but today we're switching their ice skates for clown shoes as we head to the circus. >> that is amazing. >> the challenge, learn three acts with ringling brothers and barnum & bailey. >> you're gold medalist, i'm not but i'm bringing my a-game. >> we're all out of our comfort zone. >> i'm only bringing my b game so you should be okay. >> i got that. i totally got that. >> while i tried to be confident, i was going against olympic ice dancers. >> charley, are you doing okay? >> i'm so focused. >> i still don't know how to flip the fan. >> fan are the least of my worries, i'm afraid.
>> five, six, seven, eight. >> five, six, seven, eight. >> oh, no. next up was the meteor act. >> let's make it happen. >> what if i hurt someone? >> doan about this. see ... >> no. >> i'm going one hand. that. >> it was time for the final act, juggling. >> he was bragging about being able to juggle earlier. >> i was but then they brought these out. you like my jug letter stance? >> yes, intense. >> you have to be one with the juggling tools. i don't know what these are. oh, nope. >> i'm going with just one for now. i'm just going to start -- like you start slow, right? then like you toss me another one. >> it's your turn. let's see it. >> i feel like she's going to be really good at this.
>> cartwheel and i juggle. >> when you can't do something, deflect with something else. >> seriously, guys. great job. >> you know when you're there, and they give you a task, you're like you know what? this isn't so bad. then you try today it and you realize how talented those people are. >> it looks -- they make it look easy but where is the clown bike? the tiny -- >> jadiann: that was the outtakes. you told them they could use it at my expense and they didn't. >> they were like this is too embarrassing. >> maybe i'll post it on facebook or twitter. there was a tiny clown bicycle. i'm good at riding that. >> nice job on the fan dance. >> jadiann: thank you. looking for the viewers' votes. >> christa: here's how you can decide who did it better. head to whdh.com and vote and we'll have your results tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m. >> jadiann: still ahead, patriots coach bill belichick responding to questions that the new york jets asked that their
for listening devices before thursday's game. >> we're live in north reading. what one home was handing out on halloween night that had police knocking on their door. >> christa: we have breaking news just in to our newsroom. new information about that deadly plane crash, the russian plane. officials say the flight crew was incapacitated after something from outside the plane caused to break up. it's our breaking story. we'll be following the latest
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>> referees in trouble. >> ball's still alive. >> why this wild play by miami got the crew suspended. >> all right, everyone, good morning to you, i'm i'm jadiann thompson into i'm christa >> christa: i'm christa delcamp. hope you enjoyed that extra hour of sleep. maybe the 4:30 sunset not so much. >> jadiann: you win some, you lose some. >> christa: you take the good with the bad i guess. the facts of life. >> jadiann: some people are probably laying if bed still eating halloween candy. >> christa: i'm with you. i didn't bring it in but i started my day with it. >> jeremy: candy corn in the bed. what happened here? boston -- other issues if that's the case. plymouth 52. boston 54. fitchburg 38. cool pockets of air but set yourself up for a mild day, more like a october wardrobe versus november with partly sunny skies. there are a few high, thin clouds but developing sunshine.
afternoon, heading for the low 60s. normal high is 55. by 7:00 this evening, we dip back into the low 50s but tomorrow even warmer. more about that in 15 minutes. >> jadiann: time for "fast track traffic." let's get over to rich kirkland. good morning. >> rich: good morning, we're live in woburn on 93 southbound right after 128. they're clearing out a crash in the breakdown lane but the damage is done. traffic is backed up on 93 into methuen from woburn and 128 southbound is bumper-to-bumper before 95 in peabody down to the crash scene by 93. other highways backed up, you bet. route 1 going nowhere out of lynnfield. the turnpike is fine by the allston, brighton tolls but not at 495 to route 128. very slow. the t says on time. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: thank you. let's get to that breaking news about the plane crash in egypt. officials say the crew of a
crashed over the weekend was incapacitated in the moments the jet broke apart in the sky. that's why there was no attempt from the crew to contact air-traffic control. earlier this morning, airline officials said they have ruled out technical or human error as the cause of the crash. they also believe it was caused by a, quote, external impact on the plane. they'll be following this on the "today" show. an everett high school football player is in critical condition after he was stabbed trying to help a person being attacked. marvens fedna's coach says the 16-year-old heard someone yelling for help just before midnight on saturday when he went to help. he was stabbed in the back and hand. fedna just led his team to an upset win in the playoffs. police searching for two people behind a possible hate crime as a burlington mosque. they spray-painted u.s.a. all over the walls and threw eggs at the building.
the same mosque was vandalized in 2013. >> jadiann: also this morning, parents concerned about troubling treats handed out in two bay state communities. one case, a needle was apparently found in candy and in another, cough syrup was left for kids to take. nicole oliverio is live in north reading with more this morning. >> reporter: this is why police always stress to parents, after your kids come home from trick treats, you have to go through the bag. >> it wasn't a trick or treat but it wasn't candy either. north reading police say someone left out samples of children's cough syrup on halloween night for kids to take. >> medicine is a bad idea, certainly. for any child to self medicate or an adult that -- that isn't -- probably not a good idea. >> it also wasn't malicious, according to police. officers spoke to the person who left out the medicine on old farm lane and said he had a
he was wasn't trying to hurt anyone and it was not a criminal act. >> i wouldn't leave anything outside for kids to take by themself. >> then in chicopee, a family claims they found a pin or sewing needle in a piece of candy handed out near gram before by road. >> in auburn, a child told police she found a razor blade under the wrapper of a candy bar but the story was not true. >> it's been determined after interviewing the 11-year-old who reported it to her mother that she made the entire thing up and it was a hoax. >> neither the person here in north reading nor the 11-year-old in auburn will be in trouble, according to police. we're live in north reading, nicole oliverio, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: police are hoping microchips can help them find three puppies stolen from a
kennel in hollis to at some point. the 10-week-old puppies were stolen. if someone takes the dogs to the vet they should be able to identify them. officials think whoever took the animals is trying to sell them. general electric is set to close its plan in avon next year. the closure of the valve factory will cut more than 300 jobs. the layoffs will begin in a couple weeks. ge will move the operation to florida. >> christa: this probably doesn't surprise anyone but patriots coach bill belichick is remaining tight-lipped, refusing to comment on reports that the jets had their locker room checked for listening devices prior to last week's game. during the conference call he said the issue is a league matter. the "herald" reported the jets asked the league to sweep the visiting locker room for bugs. the pats won the game, 30-23. the denver broncos are still
undefeated after handing the packer theirs first loss. the broncos running backs accounted for three scores. denver won. the broncos host the pats this month. >> jadiann: we are continue to follow breaking news on this plane crash in egypt. something outside the plane caused it to blow apart at high attitude. >> a bay state football coach changing the game despite being deaf. how he's inspiring young athletes still ahead. >> rich: with traffic, it doesn't take much to jam it up. a fender-bender in woburn on 93 southbound, that backup is bad but 128 is worse. we'll check it all right here on
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menzel but it didn't end there. >> let it go, let it go, i don't care what they're going to say. >> menzel was dressed as her character, queen elsa, in a long blue dress but the duo made a costume change to finish out the song. >> christa: a youth football coach in springfield is showing there are plenty of ways to communicate with his players and he has to do it a little differently because he's deaf. craig bryden can read lips but can't yell from the sidelines so he uses body language to communicate with his players. he says he has no problem getting his message across to the kids. >> i tell them what to do. you got to bring your arm up. sometimes you move your shoulder, sometimes i have to show them how to move to refine and communicate.
>> he motivates the kids to keep going and teaches them the little things while other quarterback coaches might not. >> many players say coach bryden's way of communicating works fine and he notices stuff others don't and can use that to his advantage or teach his players a few things. >> it goes to show, everybody's different and we need to embrace those things. >> christa: we all have hurdles and challenges. >> good for them. "know and go" is next with the day's top stories. police searching for the masked men in this surveillance video wanted for vandalizing a local mosque. >> reporter: an everett high school football player in critical condition, stabbed. why his coach says he was only trying to help someone into referees in trouble by this wild
>> christa: a star student athlete stabbed just hours after a big win in the state playoffs. a mosque vandalized again. mow police are looking for the people who tagged this building. >> plus halloween concerns. where police are investigating a possible needle found in some candy. supreme. the royals take the throne.
>> christa: i want to see the champagne bath and goggles. time to know and go. >> jadiann: we start with traffic and weather right now and jeremy's going to get us kicked off this morning. >> jeremy: boston 54. bedford 44. norwood 43. 30s and 40s this morning. high pressure with us much of the week. a couple of clouds in southern new england do not have rain. the rainmaker is well to the south. because high pressure is so close by, it will kick low pressure and rain clouds away from us. so we'll have the blue h with us a few days, eventually by the end of the week, there's another weather system, very weak, moving into new england thursday and friday with sprinkles. that is it for this week's serious weather. some sprinkles. we'll be all right. for the day a mix of clouds and sunshine. a mild day. more like october. temps between 60 and 65. clear and cool but not cold or bitter. 40s. tomorrow, mostly sunny skies.
today boston around 64. worcester 61. and through the day tomorrow, generally 65 to 70 degrees. we're not done there. i think we'll hold on to the warmth for the remainder of the week, even with clouds and sprinkles thursday evening and friday morning, still way above normal, flirting with 70. good luck with monday. >> jadiann: all right. rich kirkland, good morning to you, how are we looking? >> rich: not good. 93 is here. we're live with sky 7. 93 is bumper-to-bumper practically boston to methuen because of accidents we've had. also affected is route 128 out of the north shore. it's slow going and i mean stop and go from centennial drive past route 93. the turnpike, it's slow here in brighton. real slow coming past 495 to route 128 and bumper-to-bumper on the expressway and then some end-to-end. the t says we're doing okay. rich kirkland, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: thank you. our top story now, a star high
school football player in critical condition this morning after he was stabbed just trying to help somebody who was being attacked. this happened hours after the 16-year-old helped lead his team to an upset win in the state playoffs. >> now he's in the hospital and his coach is talking about the establishing. victoria warren is live for us with more on this story. >> reporter: his coach telling us he was stabbed in the back and at last check he was listed in critical condition. his coach says this student got hurt because he was just trying to help someone else. all this happening just hours after everett high school had a big win and this student, marvens fedna, 16 years old, stepped up to the plate and played as quarterback, a position he doesn't normally have, and helped lead the team to victory. it was later saturday night when this student was walking home when he tried to help someone else and that's when the attack happened. >> trying to help somebody. somebody was being attacked and
ended up getting stabbed. he was coming home, walking on broadway and somebody yelled for help and he went to help them. and they set upon him. >> reporter: the coach describes him as a great kid a great student and as far as anyone knows, he didn't know any of people personally involved in that original attack. est just trying to help out. the coach tells us he's had two surgeries and remains in the hospital. everyone at the school is hoping for his recovery. everett police continue their investigation. so far there have been no arrests. live in everett, victoria warren, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: breaking news regarding the deadly crash of a passenger plane from russia. airline officials now say the crew was incapacitated during the crash and could not call for help. kris anderson following that story. >> a lot of developments this morning. this newest development came
down in the past half hour. metro jet officials say there wasn't a single attempt by the crew to call air-traffic control and that the crew was incapacitated in the moments the flight took the tragic turn. those officials also ruled out technical or human errors for the crash saying that it had been to be an external influence that caused the crash. that fuels speculation the plane was either blown out of the air or shot down. the black boxes have been recovered. they're in good shape so hopefully they can provide more clues as to what happened. russia has started a heartbreaking task of bringing home the bodies of t ose victims in the plane that crashed in egypt. the bodies of 144 passengers arrived at st. petersburg airport in russia. russian news agencies report the government will send a second plane to bring back more remains later today. all 224 people onboard, including 17 children, were killed when that plane crashed
live in the newsroom, kris anderson, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: all right. thank you. crime on camera in burlington now. police say these men vandalize add mosque and then made a quick get away. let's go to jennifer eagan live in burlington. this is not the first time that mosque has been targeted, is that right. >> it's not. this time the two spent 20 minutes here spray painting u.s.a. all over the side of the building and threw eggs at the mosque. a surveillance camera captured the two as they drove up and parked their car, a ford crown victoria. the pair put on masks and pulled the hoods of their sweaters up. this happened around 1:45 sunday morning. a member of the mosque was here and called police. the mosque president says something like this happened before back in 2013. >> this is a surprise that they
actually did all this while inside and they were not afraid of being caught in the cameras. >> reporter: the two were gone before police arrived here. they are investigating right now. we're live in burlington this morning, jennifer eagan, "7 news today in new england." >> jadiann: students at medway high school are heading back to class for the first time since a classmate died in a car accident. matty lambson died friday after she crashed her car into a tree in franklin. she was pronounced dead at the scene. the cause is being investigated. grief counselors met with students and staff at the school over the weekend. actor and politician fred thompson passed away. he had an extensive political career, he was a washington gate -- watergate attorney and g.o.p. presidential candidate. he starred in six seasons of law and order. he was 73 years old.
about danger on doorsteps on halloween night. disturbing cases. let's go to nicole oliverio with more on them. >> reporter: of course christa this is why police always remind parents to make sure to check your children's bags once they get home from trick-or-treating. there were complaints after parents say their children were given children's cough syrup samples by one home in north reading near old farm lane. not a good idea but police say it was not malicious. officers spoke to the person who left out the medicine and that person had a lapse in judgment but wasn't trying to hurt anyone and this is not a criminal act. in chicopee, a family claims they found a pin or sewing needle in a piece of candy handed out near gramby road. police are trying to figure out if it was purposely placed there and possibly why. live in north reading, in this
case flick, "7 news today in new england." >> christa: new details about the proposed indycar race in boston. mayor marty walsh wants promoters to finalize the plans soon. the mayor's staff sent an email saying indycar had two weeks to reach the necessary agreements to host the race. some voiced concerns taxpayers will have to pay for road improvements for the race. >> jadiann: new this morning ... >> the one, two again. inside corner! the royals 2015 world champions. >> the kansas city royals are world series champions. game 5 ended this morning. kc won 7-2. the royals entered the 9th trailing by 2 but tied it in the 12. the royals celebrated the win inside the visiting clubhouse at city field.
players on the royals roster. gomes helped the sox when the 2013 world series so he's celebrating his second championship. while the team partied in new york, fans celebrated in kansas city, pouring into the streets following the game. this is the royals second world series championship. the team won the first title in 1985. >> christa: the celtics could not beat the san antonio spurs at home. la marx aldridge scored 27 points. the celtics lost 95-87 and hit season. boston taking on the pacers in indiana wednesday night. a collegiate football officiating crew has been suspended for missing a call in duke. officials say the replay official was wrong in not declaring a miami player down during the kickoff return. laterals.
according to the rules, even the replay now shows the player was down. the result of the game can't be overturned so -- yikes, that's got to hurt for the other team. >> jadiann: a lot of controversy over that. >> christa: monday's can be bad >> jeremy: exactly. 40's and 50s. boston 54. plymouth 51. fitchburg 37. mix of clouds and sunshine through the day and we have sat ourselves up a mild pattern. not only today but for several days. low to mid 60s this afternoon. upper 60s for tomorrow. wednesday mostly sunny skies. our only storminess this week will be thursday and friday and, again, storminess, quotation. just some sprinkles thursday and friday. >> christa: the air quotes. nice effect. nice mild week. >> jadiann: really nice. >> christa: enjoy the "today" show straight ahead and enjoy your morning. i'm christa delcamp. >> jadiann: i'm jadiann
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