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it's all comes down to this election day. many casting their vote for the next president of the united states. some votes have been counted. the results of a midnight tally from the first vote in the nation today. stepped up security is in place the extra precautions being go smoothly at polling places nationwide. good tuesday morning. thanks for joining us. it's 9:00 a.m. i'm sarah french. i'm kris anderson. it's election day. big day for our country. the polls are open in the baystate. we have plenty of election coverage for you ahead. first a check of your election day forecast. no excuse to get out there and not vote.
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it's quiet throughout the continental u.s. everyone is looking pretty decent weather to get outside and vote today. mostly sunny skies. we warmed up about ten degrees since this morning. some more than that. 53 degrees in fitchburg. orange chilly at 35. here in boston we're in the upper 40s. temperatures are going to warm up actually good deal from here. winds largely calm. much less breezy than the last couple of day. very comfortable day for your fo weather. temperature around the mid 50s in boston by noon with calm winds as we head into the afternoon we'll start to feel a little bit of a sea breeze. that's going to keep our highs closer to around 60 degrees. definitely some of us looking at temperatures up to around 63 degrees today. very pleasant weather. good morning, everyone. let's head outside. here's a look at 93 as you make your way through summerville. let's go to map we're watching a
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way. other than that not seeing any major problems on the roads. throw braintree to boston that drive northbound on the expressway 36 minutes this morning. if you drive to go vote you have time to think about it. stop and go back to weymouth. route 24 not bad. the pike stop and go from framingham into town. 2 and 3 no issues. let's take a look at the drive times. 26 minutes on the expressway braintree to boston. about half an hour the pike from 128. 93 southbound 128 to zakim bridge. 19 minutes we have delays on the green line and the framingham worcester line. back to you guys. >> donald trump looking to close the deal. >> hillary is the face of
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choice. >> polls are opening up across the country. one candidate already casting her vote. here's hillary clinton voting in update new york after 8:00 this morning. her running mate tim kaine also voted in virginia earlier today. voters are are heading out this morning as voting gets under way. this is look in virginia earlier where voter lined up really early this morning. this line stretching the length of that entire building. but the first vote of the and counted in new hampshire. several of the small towns in the againite state going to the poll in midnight. early lead for donald trump. all together the votes of the three hamlets is trump, 32, clinton 25 and gary johnson picking up four. millions of americans are yet to voice their choice. months of polling and campaigning come down tood. now the fate of who our next president is in your hands. we have team 7 coverage of all the big races this morning.
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iran -- byron barnett in new york city following the clinton campaign. >> hillary clinton hoping that momentum from the late night rally at nc state leadings to a historic win in today's election. i got to tell you this is worth staying up. she stressed the important of everyone getting to the polls. bring out your friends your roommates. strangers on the street. just stop and what is at stake in this election. because north carolina is key. >> before heading out to north carolina clinton made stops in two other key states. michigan and pennsylvania. and philly clinton was joined by president obama and the first lady. >> i'm asking you to work as hard as you can this one last day to elect my fellow americans
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in the mean time clinton campaign was busy setting up in new york city. this is where hillary clinton hopes to be addressing the nation as president-elect. clinton hoping that the all-glass building will symbolize her breaking through the glass ceiling once and for all. a symbol that has been prove labt in her campaign. the highest hardest glass ceiling she had said on the campaign trail. tonight she hopes to making her victory speech. in new york city. i'm b byron barnett. 7 all news "today in new england." we're live in manchester,new hampshire with the latest. >> mayor walsh camped outside of this polling location. later on this morning he will go
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and a last-minute push for votes for hillary clinton. >> boston mayor marty walsh heading north of the massachusetts stateline into n new hampshire on election day. i ask them to consider hillary and maggie. campaigning for hillary clinton and maggie hasset running for stat. polls show the races state but walsh said she's confident clinton can win the granite i think it's a close race. i think at the end of the day hillary will pull it out. phone banks and door to door canvas. walsh expects to knock on doors to get out the vote. >> the northeast is important part of the country. we think o new england as region. having a senator from here and with the president that can be good to region is important.
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stop at the clinton campaign headquarters here in manchester. live in manchester, 7news "today in new england." donald trump making some waves on final day of campaigning as well. the candidate made stops in five different stop trying to rally as many supporters in those key battleground states as he can. >> ever think youou in the morning. are we crazy? >> donald trump ending campaign with a midnight rally in michigan. boy do we have energy and life. [cheering and applause] wow. >> the g.o.p. nominee amping up attack with ten stops in two days. hoping his mad dash to the finish line will get him the big win today. we're going to have a great relationship with mexico. but right now it's a one-way street. we can't have that. we can't have that.
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>> earlier they stopped by new hampshire. we said we finish off in new hampshire because of the incredible relationship i have but who would have expected this. >> signs of security and enthusiasm outside the manhattan hotel where the trump campaign will gather to wait for election results. trump with a final message to voters early this morning. i pledge to you one more time together we will make america wealt we will make america great again. go to bed. go to bed right now. get up and vote. donald trump busy day ahead starting with vote here in new york that he hits the road hitting five states including once again north carolina, pennsylvania and new hampshire. then he's back here to midtown manhattan for his celebration. we're in new york city. dan hausle. 7news "today in new england." and the last leg of this
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trump. the republican stopping in five states monday. victoria warren live in manchester, new hampshire the site of one of those rallies. >> new hampshire has been an important state for donald trump even though there's only four electoral votes. he's spent a lot of time here. before heading to rally in michigan he hosted a huge crowd here in manchester. >> reporter: donald trump amping up att the election. the g.o.p. nominee is confident. they say we're tied in pennsylvania. i don't think so. i don't think so. in one day we are going to win the great state of florida and we are going to take back the white house. >> trump's family joining his only stage. i can't believe i'm staying
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then a sprint. but get out and vote. we're just hours away from the change you've been waiting for your entire life. >> and as dan hausle reporting from new york. donald trump is starting his day with his vote in new york and he's ending his day there with his rally and party this evening. but he will be travelling throughout the day and we are told that he may be making yet again another trip here to new hampshire. live in warren 7news "today in new england." former massachusetts governor bill wells campaigning in boston. he's a vice presidential candidate on the ticket with libertarian gary johnson. when asked to choose between clinton or trump he said it's a no brainer. calling trump quote massively unfit to be president. >> new hampshire voters could help determine a balance of power in the u.s. senate today. voter will decide between
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hassit. a recent poll found things let locked >> this morning security will be tight at polls all across the country. the justice department is even stepping up operation senting 500 staffer. nicole oliverio live in quincy with more on this. nicole? >> really they want to make sure when voter go to the polls there's no fraud of intimidation. all voters right are the department of justice is sending poll monitors here to quincy. it's the only town in massachusetts where those pollers will be. we spoke with quincy city clerk. they never had issue in town. they believe their town was chosen at random. the u.s. department of justice is doing this as a national effort to make sure that voters rights are protected. they announced yesterday that more than 500 people are going to 67 different polls places to monitor during the general election.
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launchers will gather information on whether voters are be insubjected to different voting qualifications. we spoke with several voters today who say they didn't see any problems. >> i think the asian community much more higher and the shying away. i think maybe the language barrier. >> because of the large population of chinese here that's the ballot also in chinese. so in a way that's -- communicate to them they do have their right to have their vs understand what they are doing. >> we spoke with city clerk she said in quincy they have more than 59,000 registered voters. so far today no problems. she said it's been busy. she also said they are welcoming those poll monitors from the department of justice. she said they will only be here observing. there will be no interaction with voters. they may notten realize that they are there. that's the latest live in quincy. nicole oliverio. 7newsod today. here in massachusetts
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up for debate. nancy chen joining us with details on those. >> good morning to you. hot topic issues up for debate in the baystate including schools and gambling. so let's take a look at ballot question number one. a yes vote would allow the commission to issue an additional slots parlor license. they are aiming to open up with at the suffolk downs racetrack. question two is highly controversial. it proposes up to 12 new chart inrolement by up to 1% every year. those schools would have to undergo annual performance review. if it passes the new law will go into effect at the beginning of next year. we'll have look at other two ballot questions in the next half hour. nancy chin. 7news "today in new england." massachusetts governor charlie baker hitting the polls to voice his choice in election day. he didn't vote for anyone for
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ballot. baker said even though he didn't vote for president people still need to get out and vote. >> i have lots of friend whose are voting for hillary clinton. lots who are voting for donald trump. i respect their decision and opinion and the most important thing is the people need to come out and exercise their right. and make sure they vote up and down the ballot. this is first time baker has not voted for anyone for president. >> 7news has your covered in the race for the white house. we will have team coverage for o from new york city as well. election coverage on 7news beginning at 4:00 p.m. and our live report from new york city continue tomorrow morning at well. dan and byron are stationed alternate trump and clinton headquarters and christa delcamp will join them tomorrow as well for updates throughout the day. there's still much more ahead on "today in new england." including other news going on. crowd chaos breaking out in cambridge. when a wrapper and celtics star show up.
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police officer injured after a crash in raleigh. >> so far we're off to chilly start. we do have some fair weather headed our way. more on election day forecast right after the break. >> there's much more on this election day coming up. a live look here at polling place in cincinnati. our coverage continues when we
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>> 9:17. beautiful day out there. didn't need the ice scraper. but just the credit card. main headline it's an absolutely fantastic election day like sarah said. there's no excuse not to get to polls. as we head into tomorrow it's a difference in the area. chance for showers does return
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of the week brief cooldown. right now we're warming up. 49 in boston. jaffrey, 41. still struggling to warm up here. 53 in fitchburg. we look at mostly sunny skies throughout the day. that's what we see now. nothing but sunshine. the most we will see cloud coverwise. temperature are going to sore unseasonably warm temperatures and in addition to that what's making things feel more they are really calm today. the last couple of day we've had blustery condition. today pretty mellow out there. we have a sea breeze that will set up for us as we head into the afternoon. that's going to help moderate temperature in boston. highs around 60. 59 degrees as you head into the launch hour temperatures in the mid 50s. temperature further inland actually up to around 63 degrees. again a look what we're
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tomorrow a different scenario. late tonight around 1:00. midnight tonight cloud cover thicken from the west. and mostly cloudy skies tomorrow as a front starts to pull through new england. this is going to bring the chance for showersen by 7:00 in the morning. the front continues to track eastward. we look at the chance for rain in boston. starting to dry out in western mass. as we head into the late afternoon this really does shift further bulk of that wet weather. later tomorrow night we dry out with dry skies for thursday and dry skies for friday as well. quick look at rainfall totals. they will not be terribly impressive. i think there's a better chance for around quarter inch of rain as you head into the cape. here's throughout boston i think most of us seeing around tenth of an inch if not under that. highs today pretty comfortable in the upper 50s for some. even 63 degrees for some of us. really wonderful weather to get
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temperature won't be as cold and we'll wake up to temps in the mid to low 40s here in the boston area. your 7 on 7 forecast. temperatures do drop as we head into the middle of work week with chance for showers wednesday. then dry into the weekend. thanks. >> still ahead this morning. rear ended and sent to the
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>> also this morning crowd chaos in cambridge. police using pepper spray outside wrapper and celtics player were appearing. nancy chin in the control room with details on this story. nancy? >> six teen are facing charge after special appearance at cambridge side galleria got completely out of hand. >> reporter: police say a crowd of more than 1,000 got out of hand. this video taken by a viewer over filled the cambridge galleria mall. you see people rushing and kicking chair and running. >> a huge crowd for appearance at champs store by jalen brown and wrapper named designer. people started rushing anyway. they started pepper spraying -- little kids. i'm not kidding.
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spray. leaving many people shaken up. >> they shutdown the street. absolutely chaos. jalen brown said he will reschedule the event. the teens have been charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. in the control room, nancy chin. 7news "today in new england." a georgetown police officer had to be rushed to hospital after being injured in the crash in raleigh. police say the officer was rear ended on the highway. happened monday night on the northbound of 195 near exit 54. we're told his injuries are life threatening. officials say the officer was pulled over on the side of the highway while a detailing a construction site. that's when he was apparently hit. the driver of the car taken to the hospital right now investigators do not suspect drugs or alcohol were involved in this crash. >> coming up next sneaker showdown. we have to tell you about. >> bri eggers lacing them up. >> bri eggers lacing them up. we'll find out who i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice:
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with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask for your vote. when you're raised by a single mom, you learn how important it is to live within your means. i'm colin van ostern, and i took that lesson to my work in business, and it's how i'll stand up for you as governor. by cutting inefficient spending and using innovation to save tax dollars, we'll make new investments
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protect affordable health care, and lower college costs and cut student debt. as governor, i'll stand up for you. as governor, ? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education,
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>> now we get to find out who did it better. the challenge here to see who will be faster in creating part of sneaker at the new balan brighton. bri finish 4:06. abby done in 3:17. bri did a better job of keeping the rubber cement off. appearan appearance matters. abby got 56%. bri 44%. bri's record even two and two. with thanksgiving a few weeks
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white getting to sprint into the cranberry boggs. you can catch that next monday at 6:00 a.m. i can't wait to see this one. james white and bri the marathon runner. >> she does do marathon. just at disney doing the half marathon. coming up next, much more ahead at 9:30. including full election coverage. what you need to know about the questions you will see on your ll september like temperature our
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to
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them." vo: just one. >> voter lining up to voice their choice. one of the fiercest fights in presidential history winding down with just hours to go. we're taking a look at two other ballot questions right
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soccer team coming together to remember one of their own. how they remembered one girl's life. welcome back on this tuesday morning everybody. thanks for staying with us. i'm sarah french. i'm kris anderson. eelection day. i vote for 60-degree temperatures. i don't think he will get that wish. he is. >> apparently he is. put away the coats. it was cold this morning. it was cold. temperature a we ditch that and now this what we're looking at. not much of anything. mostly sunny skies throughout the state of massachusetts. actually throughout new england. high-level clouds will move through. a beautiful day to get out to polls. again you're right chilly this morning. 25 degrees in bedford. worcester close to 40. a little bit warmer due to elevation change that cold air pooling in the lower elevations. norwood in the low 20. here in boston upper 30s. here's where we are headed for
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temperature mid 50s by the time you head out for lunch. temperatures warming into the low 60s later in the afternoon. >> american heading out to voice their choice. here's a live look in cleveland where voters are showing up this morning to cast their vote. we've seen long lines across the country with so many battleground state up for grabs. the first vote have been cast and counted. several small going it look like fortrum p. all together the vote trump 32 votes hillary clinton 25 and independence candidate gary johnson picking up four votes. and with race winding down. both candidate made a last-minute push before they both appear in stock city to to watch results roll in. our team 7 coverage continues with dan hausle in new york with the trump campaign. did you ever think you would
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the morning? are we crazy. ending with a midnight rally in michigan. boy, do we have energy and life. g.o.p. nominee amping up his attack with ten stops in three days. we will have a great relationship with mexico. but right now it's a one way-street we can't have that. we can't have that. they have to pay for the wall. earlier in the nightru we wanted to finish off in new hampshire because of the incredible relationship we have. signs of secure and enthusiasm outside the manhattan hotel where the trump campaign will gather to wait for election results >> i pledge to you one more time together we will make america wealthy again.
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again. go to bed right now. get up and vote. >>trum busy day ahead starting with vote here in new york that he hits the road hitting five state including once again north carolina, pennsylvania and new hampshire. then he's back here to midtown manhattan for his celebration. we're in new york city. dan hausle. 7news "today in new england." trump is claiming that he has the backing of two prominent new england sports bill belichick told him that they voted for him this morning. mrs. tom brady is responding as well. victoria warren is live with more on this story. vicki? >> some mixed messages from the brady household. donald trump making this announcement when he was
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according to trump he now has brady's political backing. and that's not all the patriots nation. trump said coach belichick is also on his side. trump said he received a letter from belichick and a call from brady. he called today and he said donald i support you, you're pry friend and i voted for you. he writes coach belichick congratulations on a tremend campaign. i have always had tremendous respect for you. but the toughness and perseverance you have displaced over the last year is remarkable. hopefully tomorrow's election results will give the opportunity to make america great again. >> brady's wife may not be onboard. she posted this picture to instagram. then shes if they were backing trump. she responded no.
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publicly say who he is voting for until after the election day is over. he's on the radio yesterday and on the radio he was saying he hadn't voted yet. live this morning in manchester. victoria warren 7news "today in new england." across the aisle hillary clinton wrapping up her late rally last night in returning to new york early this morning. and later today she'll head to manhattan where she will watch results come in. that's whereyr >> hillary clinton hoping momentum from late-night rally at nc state leads to a historic win in today's election. >> well, i got to tell you this is sure worth staying up for. >> she's stressed the importance of everyone getting out to polls. bring out your friends, roommates and stranger on the street. stop and talk to them about what's at stake in this
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carolina clinton made stops in two other key states. michigan and pennsylvania. in philly clinton was joined by president obama and the first lady. >> i'm asking you to work as hard as you can this one last day to elect my fellow americans this fighter, this states women, this mother, this grandmother, this patriot. >> the clinton campaign was busy setting up election night headquarters at the javitz center in new york city. this is where hillary clinton hopes to address the nation as president-elect. >> clinton hoping the all-glad building will symbolize her breaking through the glass ceiling once and for all. a symbol that has been prevalent in her campaign. >> the highest hardest glass ceiling hillary clinton has often said on the campaign trail tonight she hopes to be standing here making her victory speech. in new york city.
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in new england." stars were out in force. showing support for the candidate including bruce springsteen, lady gaga and bon jovi. hillary clinton has the celebilities on her side and music art figures in manchester. boston mayor was out campaigning trying to get support as people head to the polls. in the final day before the election some of the biggest names in the music world did what they could to back hillary clinton. madonna held a surprise concert to show her support for clinton. bruce springsteen and john bon jovi performed. bon jovi travelled to north
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gaga in north carolina. hillary clinton said she appreciated the support. >> i want to thank gaga. she has always stood for fundamental respect. and you know our long-time friend john bon jovi. because now and the time the poll closes tomorrow we are going to >> hillary clinton voted near her home at chappaqua, new york. she holds election night party in new york city tonight. live in manchester, n 1/2, 7news "today in new england." >> the presidential election is isn't the only issue. massachusetts voter will see on their ballot. they are also deciding several highly debated questions.
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sold as well as whether people could use marijuana. that proposes to prevent farm owners from confining animal to small spaces. we talk about question three. and stop business owners from selling food from an animal contained in a space where it could not move freely. let's move to question four. may be the most hotly contested proposal. yes vote would legalize recreation recreational marijuana use for people up to 21. they could have 77 to one ounce and up to ten ounce inside. if passed question four would take effect by december 15th. in the newsroom. nancy chin. 7news "today in new england." 7news has you covered for tonight. we will bring you live reports all night long. our election coverage begins at 4:00 p.m. this evening and live reports from new york city continue into the evening hours and this morning.
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will join them. >> two teens put a rivalry on hold to honor a local high school soccer player. >> we'll why enjoy pleasant weather for election day forecast. things change abruptly into tomorrow. burn,
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>> welcome back. big jacket this morning. it was a little bit chilly. i'm hearing ren it will get like to 60 today. >> that's what we look at. some seeing temperature close to 62. topping off around 63 throughout the state of massachusetts. really nice weather you can ditch that coat that you had this morning. again fantastic election day forecast. by tomorrow our situation does change pretty quickly. we have the chance for showers returning. really light showers off and on throughout the day. that wraps up pretty quickly for en by the earliening tomorrow. and then by the end of your work week we talk about brief cooldown. again enjoy the warmer temperature. here's where we sit now. 42 in worcester. 53 in fitchberg. and boston we're in the upper 40s. and we're going to look at temperatures unseasonably warm today. what's making things feel nicer are calm winds. we really had a breezy stretch. friday, saturday, sunday. yesterday, all very breezy.
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that. election day forecast pleasant as we head into launch hour. temperature mid 50s. we're topping off in upper 50s low 60s here in boston. sea breeze kicking in by the afternoon. that will help moderate temperature a little bit here across the coast. by tomorrow we're looking at very different weather. wednesday as we head into the early morning hour cloud cover start to thicken up ahead of frontal system into new england. and by early tomorrow morning we look at chance for showers in massachusetts. especially as you head further westward. this does throughout the day. i count on wet weather here in boston and actually throughout much of the state. we're going to look at chance for showers throughout the day. this starts to wrap up quickly by the early evening hours you can see the showers staying to the southeast. i think that will be the trend. the cape looking at better chance of grabbing around quarter of an inch. i think most look tenth of an in. some will see just a couple hundreds around 500 possible. maxing out about quarter of an
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back into the low skiblths. and upper 50s here in boston. with light wester i will winds. and temperature tonight will be more comfortable than what we woke up to this morning. temperatures low 40s for most of us. we'll see that cloud cover thicken up late tonight ahead of that front. mostly cloudy skies tomorrow. and chance for showers but again that looks to be light rain for us. your 7 on 7 day forecast showing temperature drop off by the end of the work week. we have secondary front pull through with the slight chance for light showers friday into friday night and by saturday there. ren thanks so much. there's more news today. and it's a touching tribute to a life that was lost too soon. high school soccer players from hull honoring a teammate who suddenly passed away. monday's match up play off game. everyone knew its so much more than just a game. >> we made it here. it's awesome.
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their teammate emma ryan. died suddenly from natural causes in her sleep just one week ago. >> we were all more than team. we were family. seeing all the people from like the town come together was really nice >> monday night the they played their rivals in play off game. emma sister katelyn helped lead them here. and while she didn't want to talk about her sister she did want to talk about the team. >> we're league champions for girls soccer. we got eliminated the first round. but it was great season. they had the support of the entire crowd which didn't go unnoticed. >> seeing the community come out today unbelievable. and meanted so much to all of us. as the team continues to grieve emma's memory and the number she wore number 20 lives on as the community near and far come together. >> she's definitely a good
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but i think the fact that since our team was so close that we all were coping with each other. the girl show what courage is about. i want to say thank you to town and the community for sticking by us. 7news "today in new england." new this morning the nbta has named a new manager for green line edge tennion project. the globe reporting john daulton will lead the project. he used to serve as the manager for the chicago transit project has been delayed for sometime. state leader voted move ahead with the scale-down version of it in may. prince harry releasing an angry statement regarding the press and new girlfriend. attacking what he is calling racial undertones of the press coverage surrounding his american girlfriend megan markal. he's not worried about her safety. they started dating two months ago. the two are moving quickly.
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father. prince harry worried about her safety and deeply disappointed that he is not been able to protect her. it's not right that a few months into a relationship with him that she should be subjected to such a storm. he knows commentators say that this price she has to pay. and that this is all part of the game. coming up the bruins battling it out at home. the team finally find a rhythm on its own on power play. >> a voting story out of world. how the only american astronaut
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>> good morning. bruins entered last night just 3 of 38 on the power play. that's 7.9%%.
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shut out the sabres 4-0 # at the garden. julian already the winningest coach in history owned 400th win. up 1-0 in the second. bees have two man advantage. blast a one-timer for his girl goal of season. 2-1 bees on two power play goals. the third bruins had another power play goal. 4-0 making stand stopping all 32 shots for his second shutout of this season and 30-second of career passing tim thomas for third on the bruins all-time list. bees win it 4-0 the final. mookie betts finally a finalist. that's sports i'm joe amorosino. have a great day. trending today of course the election many people wearing their i voted stickers really as
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getting creative with those stickers. they place them on the grave of susan b. anthony. she died 14 years before women were given the right to vote. it turns out you can vote just about anywhere. even outer space. shane kempro the only american in space voted 250 miles above earth. nasa confirmed monday successfully voted secure eltr there. >> check this bird out. some say he resembles a republican nominee. they call him trump bird because of the feathers on his head. hillary clinton getting in on the mannequin challenge. you can see the mom board their airplane her husband bill clinton there along with uma
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>> we need to do one of those at 7news. local star freezing a lot of people with her live performance on "the voice." >> could courtney move into the top 12? >> after the break i'll take another look at your election another look at your election forecast in just a moment. c'mon in, pop pop! another happy birthday!ection forecast in just a moment. i survived a heart attack. i'm doing all i can to and i'm taking brilinta. for people who've been hospitalized for a heart attack. i take brilinta with a baby aspirin. no more than one hundred milligrams as it affects how well it works. brilinta helps keep my platelets from sticking together and forming a clot. brilinta reduced the chance of another heart attack. or dying from one. it worked better than plavix. >>don't stop taking brilinta without talking to your doctor since stopping it too soon increases your risk of clots in your stent, heart attack, stroke, and even death.
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serious, sometimes fatal bleeding. don't take brilinta if you have bleeding, like stomach ulcers, a history of bleeding in the brain, or severe liver problems. tell your doctor about bleeding, new or unexpected shortness of breath, any planned surgery, and all medicines you take. >>talk to your doctor about brilinta. i'm doing all i can. that includes brilinta. if you can't afford your medication, astra zeneca may be able to help. kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what -
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mom helps with homework... she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. >> the first live episode of "the vote" heating things up. >> el she just made the cut thanks to a lucky save. take a look. ? ? it must have been but i lost you somehow ? ? performing in the first night of the live shows. she was just about to be
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shelton decided to save her. you know it's literally i'm going to move courtney forward. [cheering and applause] >> you can see courtney and her family very emotional after that decision. she'll be back on stage next week. she is phenomenal. i hope she makes it way through to the end. congratulations to her. awesome. awesome weather after chilly start. it's shaping up to be >> it's pretty much perfect when it comes to your election day forecast. we were all over the place. we have clear skies light winds. worcester upper 30s due to higher elevation. you can see where the cool air pool. norwood lower at 23. so pretty winter like as we head into the rest of your forecast it's going to be beautiful. already mostly sunny skies. we'll keep it that way throughout day. with temperature very nicely into the mid 50s by noon and 60 degrees as we head into the afternoon.
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there's more today show straight ahead. thanks for joining us. i'm kris anderson. i'm sarah french.
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[ roars ] [ up tempo music ] dinner! may i be excused? get the new xfinity tv app ever stream live tv, watch on demand, and download your dvr shows anywhere. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy.
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't remember!? his girlfriend, meghan markle. find out what he's saying that's got everybody talking. then we'll catch up with steve martin. and tips and tricks to save you time on thanksgiving coming up right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take," live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. well, good morning! tuesday morning. anything going on today? november 8th? no? >> only something we've waited 20 months for. >> but it just seems like yesterday. election day! i'm al, along with tamron and dylan. it is decision 2016. >> it is indeed.


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