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>> at 9:00 a.m. we have breaking news. two buses torn apart and six people are killed in this crash in baltimore that involved a school bus. plus hit on halloween. a 44-year-old struck in lowell. police catching up with the driver. and one week now to go. controversy surrounding both political campaigns this morning as they battle for a spot in the white >> if you are waking up from that sugar fog last night prepare for some really chilly temperatures. it's frigid out there today. >> bundle up. let's send it over to chris lambert with that. get the sugar going today. eat more chocolate. 34 in boston. these where the low temperature a lot of frost and had to warm up the car for a few minutes this morning before heading out. we're still close to the
now blairing down on the cars hopefully a little bit of defrost there thanks to mother nature. we have a light wind today. we're not dealing with much of a wind. despite the cold start to the day, it's not all that bad outside. and this afternoon with temperatures low-to-mid 50s it's a nice recovery. light breezes onshore. just a couple of degrees cooler not a huge difference when you kick in the sea breeze this time of year. how about the 60s. they return tomorrow. warm again on thursday. but this time with the rain chance more on that forecast, ahead. time now for fast track traffic. let's send it over to danielle gersh. good morning, everyone. still busy out there on the roads. we have an accident south of town in raynham. exit 13. that's causing backup as you can see. 495 northbound we have an accident at exit 20. the pike from framingham into boston stop and go traffic and
well. route 2 and 3 slow and go traffic. no major delays. 93 still pretty slow back to 128 this morning. and on route one you're slowing down as you head into boston. let's take a look at the drive times if you get ready to head tout door. braintree to boston on the expressway 32 minutes. 27 minutes into town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound 128 to zakim bridge half eastern hour. let's get to breaking news. at least six people are dead after a trans with a school bus in baltimore. this happened around 6:30 this morning. this video of the crash scene reportedly no children onboard the school bus at the time. some roads are closed right now. while that investigation unfolds. no word yet on exactly what caused the crash. right now a 4-year-old boy is recovering after a terrifying scene on halloween. a car hits this young boy in lowell. left him with a cut on the head. the driver took off.
more on what happened. jen? >> good morning. this morning police are iden firing the female driver as 27-year-old carlinas arroya. a neighbor said there were several other children out trick-or-treating. many people rushed to this boy's site. night of trick-or-treating came to abrupt end on this lowell street when this 4-year-old was hit by a car. judy oa mom and 4-year-old child was on the ground. it happened on marshall avenue after 7:00. police say the 4-year-old boy was conscious and alert but had a gash on his head. right here on the side of his head. we didn't want to move him too much but just enough to assess he wasn't bleeding too much. he was crying. like softly. but he knew his name. and he knew his mom. that was positive.
away. talk to witnesses then drive off again. she was stopped by police ten minutes later on broadway. the child was taken to the hospital. >> oh, my goodness. i hope he's okay. what a horrible way to have halloween happen to you. >> and again the 27-year-old female driver has been cited for leaving the scene of the accident. as for the 4-year-old boy he was taken to tufts medical center. expected to be okay morning. jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." crews fighting a house fire on forest street. you can see the flame tear through the home. the floor inside collapsed and that crews were working to battle the flame from the exterior. no word yet on any injuries. >> also breaking overnight. police are investigating a deadly trailer crash this happened in mississippi. three people including two children were killed and several
hit a trailer as a flatbed pulled a group of people for halloween hey ride last night. police say some of the victims have life threatening injuries >> also this morning police investigate a school scare that happened in dorchester. a 12-year-old boy allegedly brought a gun the class. they took the boy into custody after they found a gun and weapon inside his bag. investigator say the gun wasn't loaded at the i'm. in lowell family and friend mourn afte house party last week turning deadly when a 15-year-old was attacked. john cocoa live in tewksbury. the person responsible is another teen? >> that's right. sarah between each side there's discrepancy as to what exactly happened that night. when one teen ended up in cuffs the other eventually dying. he was fun loving. he was smart.
him as a son. i was proud my daughter had him as a friend. >> her daughter was 15-year-old tewksbury high school at a halloween party. when police say he was thrown to ground. hit his head and died from brain injuries this. she said that's what she keeping hearing over and over again in her mind his head hitting the ground. >> there was a party behind this lowell house friday night. where several teenager including the victim were 18-year-old joseph zegerella went on attack. the defendant responded by picking him up. turning him up and slamming head on to concrete floor. but zagagrela said the victim fell and wasn't throne and who did what wasn't clear. >> they were kicking him in the head. us the suspect aunt and uncle stood by him in court.
involved. i hope there's justice on that side. in the mean time this tewksbury mom has set up a go fund me page for his family. for now making funeral plans. i cry. it's been days. we're eel feeling ethan mother's and father's pain. tewksbury public school offering condolences to victim family and grief counselor to other students. live in tewksbury john cocoa. we're officially in the final week of this election cycle. a week to go now in the latest poll from nbc news in survey monkey has hillary clinton up by six points despite controversy swirling around her e-mails. she wasn't alone as questions swirl over trump concern with russia. the trump campaign facing questions about couple of reports that were released late last night. one from newsweek. one from the "new york times".
to criticize hillary clinton over her e-mails. >> battered by donald trump's critisism about the latest e-mail e-mail. what is in the e-mails is absolutely devastating. hillary clinton looking to get back on offense. >> donald trump should immediately disclose all of his ties and connections to the kremlin and its associa >> after the stop senate democrat accused comby of having double standard for refusing to release explosive information regarding trumps ties to russia nbc news has learned the fbi launched a preliminary probe into former trump campaign manager paul manifort's business connection. according to the new york time handwritten record say he was pay cash for representing pro russian politician in ukraine. none of it is true.
and a trump spokesperson he severed ties many months ago. also attacking the fbi director for a blatant double standard the clinton campaign highlighting a cnbc report quoting a former federal official who said comy didn't want the fbi to be the federal agency disclosing russia's role if recent hacking because he was concerned it could influence the election. donald trump junior defending comby from clinton's new critisism. comby was the greatest guy in the world two or three months ago. now he's terrible and partisan guy. they never handed over the evidence they were supposed to hand over. marching into the democratic stronghold of michigan trump intensified his attack. i have a son named baron. i want to tell you she is a terrible example for my son and
country. that i can tell you. >> today the fbi barely day and a half to analyzing document found lap tock belonging to clinton aid. overnight they released a statement saying she had not been contacted by the fbi but vow i think she remains forthcoming and coupe practicety. in the mean time with just a week until the election. clinton remains defiant. i am sure they will reach the same conclusion theyid for the last year. there is no case here. director comy said he has no plans to update the public until the investigation is over. but the justice department said it will dedicate all needed resources to quickly review all those e-mails in the newsroom. jonathan hall 7news "today in new england." >> bernie sanders will campaign for clinton and new hampshire governor today.
then travel to maine to finish off the day. on the republican side donald trump will hold a rally in wisconsin today. his running mate mike pence and scott walker will join him. house speaker paul ryan will not be alternate theent. statistical ahead this morning calls from a killer. hear more of what the orlando nightclub shooter had to say about one of the boston marathon bombers. and investigators looking into a massive crash when a fire truck slammed into cars in the back bay. cold start this sunshine warmings up. pattern does feature milder air. >> going for it all. can the indians seal the deal in
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>> the champagne could be flowing in cleveland. the indians could win the world series if they beat the cubs in game six. the cubs must win to force the serieses to go to game 7. if the indians win it would be 1948. it hope it goes to another game. i feel like all roads kind of like back to boston here. >> epstein the one that broke it for the sox. him and the crew we'll see if they can put together a couple of games back to back. 39 in chicago. winds dead calm. dewpoint at 32. dry air mass in play. clear skies overnight tonight.
last night. temperatures fell off the table. overall an enjoyable one for time of year. thanks to little wind out there. little wind across the area now. 33 in bedford. 34 norwood seeing dead calm in the suburbs including norwood and bedford. only five miles per hour in boston. we don't have much of a breeze to contend with today. couple of patches of clouds southern new hampshire as well as just offshore but ove area. maybe rate in the day few more clouds working in from the west. but any rain you see across the great lakes staying well to the north and west of us. any change in the pattern. yes. not much in the way of precipitation. we will transition into more clouds overnight tonight. milder pattern for wednesday. despite more cloud around temperature make around into the mid-to-upper 60s. then wednesday night into thursday remains mild.
a front here on thursday. most of the rain we get on thursday will feature in the afternoon and into the evening hours and you see some flashes of yellow in here. you could have cracks of thunder with localized downpour maybe half an inch of water for many towns. bulk of activity i expect to be mostly in the afternoon into the evening hours. it was cold start today. with light breeze in the sunshine it's nice recovery back into the 50s. low-to-mid 50s. increasing especially after midnight. once the wind change direction to south in some cloud work in wouldn't be surprised to see temperature creep up a few degrees by say break tomorrow. we'll start off tomorrow in the 40s for a lot of towns. it's an easy launching pad to up into the 60s with any breakings of sun and that southwester i will wind. the trade off, yes, it's milder but we have more clouds around. we get into the weekend. you don't like seeing this.
clocks go back one hour. get the extra hour of sleep if you want to be optimistic. glass half full. sun setting at 4:31. sunrising at 6:24. there's a 7 on 7 forecast. temperature rising then fading back with gusty wind. generally close to seasonal levels over the weekend. also on 17 for the first time since mass shooting we hear the massacre. we're hearing what he sad jose including reference to boston marathon bomber. jonathan hall is here with more. the calls the shooter speaks sharply. he's calculating what hen talks about boston marathon bombing. he refers to tamoxifen -- tamerlan tsarnaev at his home boy. that's the voice of the shooter.
dispatcher when police crisis negotiator. referenced a boston marathon bomber. tamerlan tsarnaev did his thing on the boston marathon. now it's my turn. came in 2:30 in the morning as the rampage under way at pulse nightclub in orlando. >> can you tell me where you are right how now so i can get you help. >> no. because you have to tell america to stop farming syria. they are killing people. >> what when asked for his name. he said islamic soldier and he told police he had been fasting and praying all day. i pledge my allegiance on behalf of the islamic state. he claim cars rigged with bombs were outside. they kept the police on the shooter for an hour. the line went dead several times during the conversation. >> please leaf you message. s.w.a.t. team came in about 5:30
hundreds scrambled to escape the horror. 49 people died. 53 were wounded. and a judge will now decide whether to release 200 other calls that were made during that mass shooting incident. live in the newsroom. jonathan hall 7news "today in new england." thank you. it's 9:19. and just ahead an assault on red line. and police need your help tracking down that masked attacker. >> ahead in your
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suggests that people who use facebook may live longer. that's longer. researcher found those who are on the social media site live 12% than those who didn't use it. people with more face brooke friend and posted more photos lived the longest. it's all about connections >> now. >> kids who have access to cell phone don't get enough sleep. a group of study show children who use their phone in bed get less sleep and feel more sleep throughout the day. >> some concerns from march of dimes. after a decade of declining numbers. premature birth rates on the rise. putting researcher on alert. >> for the first time in 8 years
premature birth rate has risen. the increase last years slight. from 9.57 to 9.63%. still that represents 2000 more babies born too soon. before 37 weeks gestation and before they lungs and brains are fully developed. the rise earned a c grade in the march of dimes premature birth report card. state in purple and blue earned a's and be's respectively. states in yellow received a c. orange and red all in southeast represent d's and f's. locally massachusetts got a b. it's hard work getting the birth rate down. we've always known that. this year shows us with the uptick in preterm bibirth rate. part will require renewed focus. that's where the rise in preterm births was most pronounced. the march of dimes said elective
before 39 weeks gestation. that's the bointd when the brain most likely to be fully developed. >> the only four state to receive an a grade are new hampshire, oregon vermont and washington state. and the three states with failing grades were alabama, louisiana and mississippi. just ahead on "today in new england"
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better. they faced off cafe in the north end. kayla finished 1:55. bri finish with 2:45. but nice and pretty. here's the result you went with quality of speed. bri wins. 89% of the vote. kayla finishes with 11. she was a good sport. she had my laughing. bri's record is 2-and-1. sneaker showdown. who runs away with the win. you'll have to watch and vote. that's right. bri on the assembly line there. >> just ahead in the next half hour. a write-in vote. who a former presidential candidate will be voting for next week. >> frosty start this morning. cold air in southern new england. plenty of mild air ahead of us. will a former statehouse speaker be released.
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halloween scare. a young child hit by a car. firefighter rushed to the hospital after this engine crashes. cars totalled and now officials want to know how it all happened. and robber takes a sneaky approach, one clerk speaks out after he jumps down from welcome back on this tuesday morning. >> it looks beautiful out there. it's deceiving. looks can be deceiving as we know. chilly. >> until you walk out the door and see your breath. it's a frosty start. mid-to-upper 30s now. a lot of suburbs cold this morning. down into the mid 20s with thick frost on the windshield. sunshine getting to work. it's a nice turn around this afternoon. expecting highs in the low-to-mid 50s.
the coastline thanks to weak sea breeze. little wind. this is comfortable low-to-mid 50s. not like we're battling wind gust. overnight tonight as the winds turn south and cloud increase. look at the start for tomorrow morning no where close as cold. will put many town starting a off into the mid-to-upper 40s on our way into the low mid-60s even a few upper 60s showing up. some milder air ahead. more on the forecast, coming up. recovering. a car hit this boy in lowell. left him with a cut on his head in the driver took off. let's go to jennifer eagan with more on this frightening night. >> a night of trick-or-treating came to an abrupt end on this lowell street when a 4-year-old boy was hit by a car. judy o'hara saw the commotion. >> mom and 4-year-old was on the ground and she was comforting
was conscious and alert but had a gash on his head. it was right here on this side of his head. we didn't want to move him too much but just enough to assess that he wasn't bleeding too much. he was crying. like softly. but he knew his name and mom. that was the positive. investigator say the driver kept going only to stop a block away get out talk to witnesses then drive off again. she was stopped by the child was taken to the hospital. >> oh, my goodness. i hope he's okay. what a horrible way to have halloween happen to you. and this morning police are identifying the female driver as 27-year-old carlinas. she's silented for leeing the scene of the accident. as for the 4-year-old taken to tuft's medical center. expected to be okay. jennifer eagan # news "today in new england." hearing set in federal court
to be released from prison early. according to the herald prosecutors say they can't eat solid foods and has lost 45 pounds as he continues to battle cancer behind bars. demeecs sent to prison for corruption. has served five years of the sentence. >> 11 men will face a judge today after a police officer was hit by a dirt bike in new bedford. the officer was released last night and is now recovering alternate home. police say one of the menit chasing them for riding recklessly on monday night. police searching for the masked man who attacked an mbta operator while wearing a chilling disguise. they say he appeared to have a mask on from the horror movie halloween. they want to track him down. tim caputo has more. like in horror film a villain suddenly appears on-screen seemingly out of nowhere. but this is no movie in the man in the michael meyers halloween
assaulting mbta trolly operator late saturday night. that's disturbing. it really is. >> transit plates say after midnight at the cedar grove stop one past ash month in dorchester. the costumed man told the trolly operator he couldn't pay the fair. the man punched that worker dragged him out of the trolly and continued to attack him on the street. two passengers on the trolly called 911 but man took off before police arrived. for a 1 1/2 taken to the hospital after the attack. those living in the neighborhood hope this is just an isolated incident. i've lived around here all my life. it's getting kind of tough. police release this video hoping someone recognizes the man in costume even though he's fully covered up. people riding the trolly said the entire attack the troubling but they still feel safe here. >> scary. i talked to driver this morning. i guess the guy basically tried
and when the driver called him on it he attacked the driver. but basically i think it's safe. it's a safe neighborhood. tim caputo, 7news "today in new england." anning right now investigators are still looking into that chain reaction crash that happened yesterday in the back bay. fire truck collided with a car. and then smashed into several more on the side of the street. sending five people including firefighters to the hospital. here's 7 jonathan hall once again with story. >> reporter: good morning. what a mess that was. and com avenue as the fire truck responded to a call yesterday. started when a vehicle may have crossed into the intersection as the truck was trying to get through. >> i just heard a bang. >> the sound of the crash echoed through the back bay. moments before engine 7 lights and sirens on sped west on coma on the way to call. i saw the fire engine coming down com avenue. as the fire engine crossed dartmouth and crashed into suv
cascading down the sidewalk crushing two suv and eight other cars. the next thing we heard -- not an explosion but very loud bang. >> four firefighters aboard the engine were injured. witness katelyn and her mom rushed to help the driver in car. he was unresponsive. eventually he came back. i think he got knocked out pretty bad. boston fire commissioner said investigator will video video from this camera at the intersection to determine what it appeared the driver came out into the intersection with the engine hit them and then careened move and hit the parked cars. commissioner fin said it's lucky thing that nobody was walking in the crosswalks and nobody was parking their cars when the accident happened. we're live in the control room. jonathan hall 7news "today in new england." researcher say drivers for ride sharing services in boston
national study broken down by city published the national bureau of economic research says uber driver in boston are more likely to cancel a ride if the passenger has an african american sounding name. also suggest ride sharing driver in boston take female passengers on longer and more expensive rides. the study also found no affect on cancelations for african-american customer whose use lyft. that may be because of the way driver a see the name of the customer before accepting so they can make a decision without cancelling. uber x driver can only see the name after driver after accepting which believes to high rate of cancellation. uber said we believe uber help reduce transportation. we are proud of the positive
cholesterolor. because of lyft people in under served area can offer convenient affordable right. >> the globe is reporting that the transit company wants to run late night on demand absolute l service for the mbta. once it loses its late night hours in march. so with the plan rider would request a ride using bridges app and then it will send a bus to pick up site for nearby passengers then drop central location. >> there's new details in last week's school bus accident in quincy. the bus driver has been cited. police say the driver is being cited for negligent operation and marked lanes violations. he could face several fines up to two years in jail. >> he went off the road and hit a house last tuesday. the accident happened on quarry street right near the intersection of kidder street. several children were taken to the hospital. but everyone is okay. >> caught on camera.
a clerk at this check cashing store getting quite the fright when he decides to take a sneaky approach there. she didn't see this man coming at all until it was too late. here's brian entian with the frightening detail. this women working that store hearing something and backs away and then boom. a robber ups down from the ceiling. >> i hear something. boom. when i look up he already on top of me. give me all the money. this brazen robber comes in like a ninja. bad boy points a gun and demands the cash on friday from the diva multiservices store northwest second avenue. >> he drags the clerk around stuffed cash into a wag and thenen after she does what he says he hits her. she was cooperative. and she had this gun pointed at
cooperating. somebody never, ever slapped me in my face. that's the first time someone slapped me. in that moment she was thinking of 6-year-old son praying she would survive she hands him more cash and just one minute later it was over. the robber leaving the same way he came. jumping over the wall and getting away. i'm scared. i don't want to go out. i don't want the do nothing. you can pull the trigger. you can turn from robbery to homicide the individual. we need you to come forward. once again that is bryan entin reporting. the employee plans to quit her job at the store. we also have scary scene caught on camera in china when a little boy rides his toy car right into the middle of traffic. cars are swerving o out of the way. trying to avoid this 3-year-old. even a bus here. police officer eventually picks up the boy carrying him right off the roadway.
7 days now. and a transit strike philadelphia may impact voting. more than 4500 worker walked off the job at midnight shutting down buses trolly and the city subway system. officials are worry this could keep more than 9,000 people from reaching the polls if the worker don't reach an agreement before next tuesday. former republican presidential candidate john kasich casting his vote for president and not for donald trump. the ohio governor writing in he wouldn't vote for trump after 2005 audiotapes release showing the republican nominee making sexually aggressive comments aboutwomen. and the lights went out at mike pence rally in florida. pence walked off the stage. grabbed a megaphone and flash light and continued talking. talk about improvising. >> exactly. >> just ahead.
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above average temperature wise by a degree. wet weatherwise we had a month above average since february. in fact, the 5 and a half inch of rain in boston was the most precipitation that we've seen in almost two years for one month. back to december of 2014 for a month that was wetter than what we had. precipitation since january 1st. we made some inroads and a little bit of progress with the drought but made up inch and a ha still 9 inches behind for the year. flash flood into worcester county. we weren't talking about rain but cold and frosty start. 23 the low. 25 bedford. 34 in boston. you give that sunshine some time to do its thing. we have warmed up into the mid upper 30s. we'll continue to warm up nicely. light sea breeze kick in overall
prevailing throughout the day. predawn hour friday. lit dry out on friday the mild spurts of air don't last that long in new england this time of year. we'll get mild air. we'll see that wednesday into thursday. more likely mid-to-upper 60s being widespread. close. but also what gets close thursday afternoon and thursday night the front off to the west of us starts press in toward new england and that will deliver surround of showers and embedded thundzer as that front slides on through. 51 to 56 this afternoon. sunny to partly cloudy sky. light breeze. not as cold tonight. down tip into upper 30. most of us closer to that 46. by daybreak tomorrow.
cold. not any frost on the windshield. that's for sure. then we reach the mid 60s in the afternoon clouds and sun. there's more clouds into the mix. that's the trade off. we'll take the milder air and then we drop the temperature back friday. gusty wind upper 40s. consistently cool in the afternoon. coolest over the weekend. not that far off-seasonal levels and the clocks go back one hour this weekend as well. okay. thank you. also this morning alleged jackpot malfu casino crash. one women claims she won 43 million. but when she went to collect her prize she was met with a lot of disapoint. the casino said it's a glitch. she's outraged. call 42.9 million selfie. she flashed her multimillion smile behind her on her slot machine screen evidence of her mega win.
disappointment. raised in foster care. struggle hard for me to cope. the jackpot hit in late august at resort world casino. it was casino chaos in this video shot by buchman's partner after she reported her huge winnings. she was surrounded by customer and casino personal and security. escorted off the casino floor she was told to come back tomorrow for the decision. i sai only winning the casino offered. >> he's all from the estate dinner. they win and now the house doesn't want to pay out. to me that's unfair. attorney allen ripka said at the least she should win the maximum amount allowed on the machine. the casino said 6500. >> the machine takes the money when you lose. it ought to pay when you win. >> state gaming commission said
stated on all machines malfunctions void all pays and plays. as for buchman she thinks at the minimum she should be awarded the max payout on that slot machine. >> i should win the max. i feel like i should treat him to estate dinner. buchman plans to sue the casino. gaming commission said the casino can't give her the max payout by law. the only wayne she's is $2.25 cents. seems like rather vague statement. if it malfunctions. who is to determine what the malfunction really is. it seems like they are responsible for their machines >> i agree. wow. what a raw deal. a couple of patriots getting into disguise who decided to get creative in this big foot costume coming up. a star player traded away. hear what coach bill belichick has to say about jamie collins
at's you're paying more forou? prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower
rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. sts and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. interviewer: what would stop you from voting this november? woman 1: working late. man 1: lines -- i hate long lines. woman 2: no babysitter. william f. galvin: for the first time ever we have early voting. if you're registered, you can vote any day between october 24th and november 4th. avoid election day lines -- vote on your schedule. man 1: wow, that helps! william f galvin: early voting is easy voting.
william f. galvin: it's easier than ever for you to vote. learn more at massearlyvote.com [ roars ] [ up tempo music ] dinner! may i be excused? and for the first time ever stream live tv, watch on demand, and download your dvr shows anywhere. andrew crossley: new hampshire has a senator who works just as hard as we do. gerardine ferlins: kelly ayotte believes in the potential of new hampshire, and wants to unleash that potential. ron goguen: she's out there fighting for good-paying jobs. andrew crossley:
kelly introduced bipartisan training initiatives to make sure we have the skills for the 21st century. sue winter: she's fought against workplace discrimination - and for equal pay. claude poisson: she's working for the little guy - i'm the little guy.
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>> good morning. it takes gut to trade 27-year-old pro bowl linebacker in the middle of season when you're the run away favorite to reach the super bowl. this bill belichick we're talking about in thecation of jamie collins n cleveland. it's business as usual for belichick. the pats collect a compensatory third round pick for collin whose talent in athletic ability are unquestioned. he's a top ten linebacker in the nfl but something is not right when he plays just 48 of 70 snaps in buffalo over the weekend. apparently the patriots were not interested in giving the impending free-agent is big contract extension with dante hightower also in need of new
the move. i think he could bring up a lot of things. they all probably play into the conversation at some point. a lot of things to take into consideration. we a lot of point to talk about in the end that's the bottom line. i there this is just the player and his situation. and the team and the seemsation and what's best. >> two day of work for patriots this week. then off for the bi week and game six of the world serieses to night in to close out the cubs. i'm joe amorosino. have a great day. two patriots showing off halloween costume. look at julian edelman dressed up robert craft. last year edelman you may remember dressed up as bill belichick. there he is. he's dressed up in his big foot costume carrying around their little dog fluffy.
this year. >> gisell operated super mario themed she posted this photo on instagram with the caption when you're son wants to be super mario but no one want to be louige. it's for the kids. i saw one mom picking up her daughter at school dressed in wonderwomen. >> shy is wonderwomen probably. >> to her daughter. absolutely. up next a spooky halloween at the white house. >> the obama celebrating halloween with a trick-or-treating. one young's boy funny costume at the president's expense. kids on sugar high. get them outside. we'll have the weather for next we'll have the weather for next few massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools. but some kids aren't so lucky. where they live, they don't go to a great school, and they have no choice. imagine if your kids were trapped in a failing school. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success
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costumes that the kids came up with. one of them went as a lame duck. get it? in honor of -- in honor of president obama last couple of months in office. duck with a bandage around his head. it was fun yesterday seeing the creative halloween costumes? it was great. the weather worked out fine. we stayed dry. kids had none. everyone including parent with tons of left overs the next day. 7 on 7 forecast. taking you through the week. milder air the next couple of day. wednesday into thursday. wednesday the better of two days. thursday afternoon and thursday night. it does turn colder by friday. weekend looking dry. >> sarah promising to make us a candy corn smoothy. >> you said it. >> we saw it on tv. it don't know how good it looks.
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if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. this morning on today's take comedy legend jay leno gets us revved up for a super charged hour of fun. then how to turn your leftover halloween candy into delicious new desserts. plus taye diggs our celebrity guest co-host. can you dig it? yes, you can. from nbc news, this is today's take, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to the "today" show on a tuesday morning, 1st day of november, 2016. it's hard to believe it is november 1st. >> it is. >> crazy stuff. >> thanksgiving will be here then christmas and then new year's -- >> then it's arbor day. forget about it.