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>> nancy: another night of dramatic protests in oregon. demonstrators smashing windows and lighting fireworksed. police arresting close to 30 people there. >> sarah: this all comes on the heels of trump's transition to washington. kimberly bookman live in the control room with the latest. >> reporter: well, sar remarks it is clear thattening aer is boiling over. some protests got so violent, so dangerous police called it criminal. another night of protests across what does not seem like the united states.
the streets in at least 25 cities. out west, police declared the demonstration a riot. protesters smashed business windows and car windshields. this man sitting in his car says he felt under attack. >> they were walking by, beating on my window, spitting on us. one of them slashed our tires. >> reporter: some spray-painting "dump-trump." others chanting with the we reject the president-elect." >> they are vandalizi because your candidate didn't win. that is stupid. >> reporter: overnight, donald trump tweeting "just had a very open and presidential election. and now protesting. very unfair." on facebook, groups continue
but it's promoting a peaceful rally. showing citizens care for one another. kimberly bookman, 7 news. >> sarah: today trump's transition team hard at work. they are figuring out who might fill some positions in the new administration. some picks are stirring up controversy. donald trump's white house quickly taking shape. his transition team working fast fast to figure out who goes where. multiple campaign sources tell nbc news high-profile peop like chris christie, newt gingrich, and rudy giuliani. >> i certainly have the energy and there is probably nobody that knows the justice department better than me. >> reporter: former congressman mike rodgers giving a no comment to word he could be c.i.a. chief. all on a special list for a special security clearance. cynthia mcfadden reports exclusively that president-elect's team has
they would like to get access to the most sensitive details of american foreign policy. the list includes current and former members of congress and the military like senator jeff sessions and retired general mike flynn. maybe not outsiders, but some are outspoken. like john bolton, an ambassador of the u.n. under president bush. political insiders hunting for clues in trump's every move. like his decision to bring son-in-law the white house on thursday. walking the south lawn with president obama's chief of staff. kushner won't get that job. he is not allowed. federal law prohibits relatives from taking paid staff positions. that rules out donald trump, jr., ivanka and eric as well. the transition team is putting together a list of up to five options for each cabinet position. aiming for gee graphic diversity, not all from new
trump values loyalty, and that will likely be the reward with steve bannon, his controversial campaign c.e.o. reportedly one option for chief of staff. another, rnc chair, reince priebus. >> it would be an honor to continue to help him in any way that i can. >> sarah: stay with 7 news for the latest on trump's transition to the white house. we will have coverage on air, on-line, and on our mobi >> nancy: now a developing story out of marlborough. still no information on how an infant found dead in a home there lost his life. police found the baby next two two adults who were unconscious. today those two people are in the hospital. byron barnett is live now with the developing details. >> reporter: well, still more questions than answers. neighbors tell us this baby was a two-month-old boy. the d.a. is only releasing very limited information, leaving neighbors here to wojder what happened inside that
state police spent hours taking pictures inside this home in marlborough and of this blue car. while bagging potential evidence at the scene. the district attorney confirms a baby and two adults were found unresponsive inside the two-story home. >> this should never happen. should never happen. a little child like that. >> reporter: police got the call before noon yesterday. and when they arrived, the baby was rushed to the hospital. >> it was really shocking to see. police cruisers on the street. never mind find out that, you know, a young baby had died. >> reporter: the unresponsive adults, a 19-year-old woman and 23-year-old man are still in the hospital. >> kind of a little freaked out. usually, on this street, nothing happens. >> reporter: the woman is peruvian and lived here with her boyfriend and mother. >> i thought they were pretty all set, content, happy family. i don't really know what's going on. >> you don't like to hear anything like. that little kids being hurt. >> reporter: now, in addition to the middlesex district attorney's office, the state department of children and
i'm byron barnett, 7 news. >> sarah: turning now to a wild multi-state police chase. officers say a couple stole two cars and attacked two women as they tried to get away from police. nicole oliverio spoke who one of the alleged car-jacking victims. she joins us live from worcester with the latest. >> reporter: sarah, that woman is now recovering. this wild ride all came to an end in worcester. >> you take a look. the suspect hitting that blue crv that is in that neighbor's driveway. the woman car-jacked tells us she was in connecticut just over the massachusetts border with her mother when she noticed that a couple had crashed their car into a tree. she slowed down, thinking they needed help. that is when they attacked. >> i'm nine staples here. >> reporter: barbie mccoy showing off stab wounds she suffered while being car-jacked. >> he swung the door open. i don't remember him saying anything. i just remember him coming at
instinctively, i turned. i threw my phone. i had it in my hand. hit him in the face. that is when the knife came out. >> reporter: mccoy, a sixth-degree black-belt says she immediately fought back. >> i kicked him low. kicked him in the chest. kicked him notice fast. it was working. all of a sudden, the car moved. i don't know if he was able to hit the car. f he went in, grabs the steering wheel and turned it towards the guardrail. and then threw me out of the instinctively, i did a break fall, i did a shoulder roll. then i sat there. i was in shock. i realize my mom was still in the car. i was like "get out of the car!" >> reporter: within minutes, troopers in massachusetts spotted the suspects and began chase. part of the pursuit caught on camera. it all came to a clark end. the driver ended up in a worcester cul-de-sac smashing into a car parked in this family's driveway. the suspects christopher harding and his female
three stab wounds. her mother needing surgery for hers. mccoy now recovering from three stab wounds. she knows how extremely lucky she is to be telling her story. >> remember your internal strength. remember who loves you. don't forget how strong you really are. >> reporter: mccoy tells us that her mother tried fighting back also as she was getting out of the car. her mother has to have surgery now to have ligaments reparld in her arm. they will appear in court on monday. >> nancy: nicole, thank you. the friday forecast, many people getting an early start to the weekend. >> reporter: well, we have an important weather update here. the national weather service issued a wind advisory throughout southern new england earlier this morning. this was just for the cape. now this is for most of us here. we have been talking about it being a breezy day. it certainly is going to be.
kind of taking its time here. that aloud us to warm up pretty nicely. wind gusts up to 33 miles per hour here in boston. providence at 29-mile-per-hour wind gusts. these are right around where sustained winds are as well. very breezy conditions. defer nutly capable of taking down some tree limbs. just watch for moving objects blowing around in the streets. i would definitely an disfate possibility for even a few power outages with these winds. further through the state here today. we are actually looking at some nice weather coming up after the break.
sound right. >> we are going to work with our federal partners to conduct an investigation to determine what his motives were. >> sarah: police found the names and personal information of four other employees in the back-pack. police in bourne stepping up patrols after a 14-year-old girl was assaulted while walking to her bus stop. the assault happened on thursday morning. according to officers, the girl was walking along puritan road when she was grabs from behind around the neck in his 20's or early 30's. the girl wasn't hurt in the attack. police are still looking for the suspect. >> nancy: the nation honoring our veterans. this is a look at the annual veteran's day observance at arlington national cemetery. president obama among the speakers there today. each year on november 11, at precisely 11:00 a.m., a wreath is laid at the tomb of the unknown soldier at arlington national cemetery. and for the last time in his
outside the tomb today. earlier, a ceremony at the world war ii memorial in washington, d.c. paid tribute to the 16 million americans who have served. veterans received an american flag and were honored with wreaths. three-time decorated former senate majority leader bob dole among those in attendance there. he gave brief speech and stood when his wreath was presented. >> sarah: there are many veteran's day remembrances being held across massachusetts. the department of veterans services held its annual military families. at the statehouse earlier today. governor charlie baker spoke about how he doesn't see veterans from the perspective of a state official, but rather, from the perspective of a father. >> i think about it through the lens of being a dad. and my wife lauren who is with us here today, she and i have talked on many occasions about the fact that it made us kind of nervous to send our kids off to their first day of
send our kids off to high school. to sejd our kids offer to camp. to send our kids offer to college. >> sarah: veteran's was originally set as a u.s. legal holiday to honor the end of world war i which officially took place on november 11, 1918. a former police station in south boston now a home for veterans. there are 24 new apartments. six of which have been set aside for homeless veterans. the apartments are handy cap-accessible but also affordable. the boston mayor marty walsh spoke today about the importance of boston leading the way when it comes to taking care of our nation's armed forces. >> i don't think there is a better way of celebrating veteran's day by opening this new home here for veterans and their family. and south boston is one of those communities that has
>> nancy: coming up, a driver clips a car in stoneham and then takes off. >> sarah: sad news for the music world. a man known for the very popular song "hallelujah" passing away: dozens honoring his memory now. >> reporter: your veteran's day forecast is about to get pretty windy. more details right after the
>> reporter: welcome back. mother nature is celebrating veteran's day with some windy conditions here. windy throughout the day today. even until this evening. the good news is it is still sunny. we are going to keep things dry and quite beautiful. especially niles for this time of year. even into the weekend. chilly conditions do return for tomorrow.
going to trend cooler than what we have seen for quite some time. we are back to highs in the mid to upper 40's. as we head into the rest of the weekend, we keep things dry. it will be a really nice weekend. even dry into the start of next week. current temperatures are quite balmy, actually. this cold front taking its time moving through the state of massachusetts. you can see the cape in the low 60's. even 63 degrees in new bedford. here in boston, we have a shot at hitting 60 degrees. you can already see to our north west, that cool air pushing into the state. that is headed our way. here. right now not much going on on satellite and radar. we started out with mostly sunny skies. cloud cover will thicken up a little as we head into the rest of the day. we will actually gradually clear out as well. we are seen a couple of pesky showers trying to push through. at best, this is really just sprinkles. most of it not even reaching the ground.
has extended this to all of southern new england. this morning, this is just for the cape. this is all for southern new england: that was in effect starting about 45 minutes ago. that is going to be in effect until late tonight. we are looking at sustained winds up to even 0-34 miles per hour. some wind gusts up to around 40, even 50 miles per hour. >> we head out to these veteran's day parades, i would add on some extra layers. temperatures falling into the afternoon, forecast it will get pretty chilly quickly. in the afternoon, temperatures start to fall. late afternoon, i do anticipate temperatures notice mid-40's for us. some of us potentially in the low 40's. cool conditions as we head into the rest of today. we keep things cool into tomorrow as well. the forecast showing temperatures tomorrow in the mid to upper 40's for highs. but still dry skies through monday.
a passer-by reported this video of a deer rushing through an american eagle clothing store. this is on thursday. the animal jumped straight through that glas. it is not known how badly the deer was injured or how he managed to enter the store in the first place. >> nancy: in florida, two eagles make a great escape. both were trapped in a drain cover. this all started with a fight over territory. >> sarah: it ended with both birds in a pretty tight spot. >> reporter: it was a startling sight. two symbols of america, bald eagles, stuck in a florida storm drain. roads were shut down during rush hour as crews worked to rescue them. at first, some thought the eagle on top was protecting the other one. experts say that is not even close to what happened. they say it is nesting season. they think the eagles got into a fight when one of them got into the other bird's territory. >> they can get into a territory fight. they lock.
>> reporter: after about an hour, one of the eagles was finally able to fly away. the other eagle fell into the storm drain. crews had to work hard to pull that symbol of freedom out of the drain. everyone cheered. once it was free, rescuers covered the bird with a blanket and put it in a box so it could be transported. ryan schulteis, 7 news. >> sarah: coming up next, red carpet excitement in providence. the true story of a
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"bleed for this" is the true story of world champion boxer vinnie paz. after a car accident, he told he would never walk again. however, he returned to the ring one year later. and once again, became a champion. thursday night, paz walked the red carpet in providence. >> my girlfriend that you see here tonight was wiping tears out of my eyes. and ben was looking at me like, he thinks he talks like me. it is not funny. >> nancy: miles teller plays paz notice movie. >> vinnie meant so much to the state of rhode island and these fans. for him to have this moment while he still has kind of got it together, you know, it's great. very few people get a movie made about their life. vinnie had a dream of being a world champion after he broke his neck. he had screws in his skull. against the advice of his doctors, his family, his trainer, and yet he did it.
>> the greatest thing about it, the movie is really good. that is the greatest thing about it. >> nancy: "bleed for this" opens next friday across the country. >> sarah: a local most cycle club showing support for one little boy in their community. the boy and his mom have been the recent targets of racial slurs and vandalism at their home in derry, new hampshire. the bikers are making a grand gesture by giving that second-grader a special ride. a 7-year-old now has 17 new friends manchester motorcycle club. on thursday, he got a surprise at school when he was picked up by the club and taken to get some frozen yogurt. >> my mother-in-law called me and told me, that is going to happen on your street. i said, no it's not going to. i knocked on the door and said "i want to do something." >> sarah: the club wants the second-grader to know his
to know the world is filled with good people. i love this story. >> nancy: all right. much more to come on the next half hour of 7 news. paying tribute here in boston honoring our veterans. >> reporter: a breezy day forecast. we are look at plenty of sunshine. a quick peek at your weekend forecast after the break. >> sarah: an infant discovered dead inside a marlborough home. what else
aer is boiling over. some protests got so dangerous, police called it criminal. another night of protests across what does not seem like united states. tens of thousands spill into the streets of at least 25 cities. out west in portland, oregon, police declared the demonstration a riot. as protesters smashed business windows and car windshields. this man sitting in his car says he felt under attack. >> they were walking by, beating on them slashed my tires. and tried to break the window. >> reporter: some spray-painting "dump trump." other chanting "we reject the president-elect." >> you are sitting there. they are liking trashes can on fire. breaking fuse boxes. vandalizing everything they can because you are pissed off because your candidate didn't win. that's just stupid. needs to end. >> reporter: overnight trump
presidential election and now protesters incited by the media are protesting. very unfair." trump tweeted "love the fact small groups of protesters last night have passion for our great country. we will all come together and be proud." on facebook, grouns continue to mobilize protests. there is another scheduled here in boston this afternoon. but it is promoting a peaceful rally that shows that citizens care for each other. >> sarah: today trump's transition team hard at work. they are figuring out who positions in the new administration. some picks are stirring up controversy. donald trump's white house quickly taking shape. his transition team working fast to figure out who goes where. multiple campaign sources tell nbc news high-profile people are in the mix for high-profile positions. like chris christie, newt gingrich, and rudy giuliani who did not rule out attorney general rumors. >> i certainly have the energy and there is probably nobody
>> reporter: former congressman mike rodgers giving a no comment to word he could be c.i.a. chief. all on a special list for a special security clearance. nbc's cynthia mcfadden reports exclusively that president-elect's team has named nearly 30 people to whom they would like to give access to the most sensitive details of american foreign policy. the list includes current and former members of congress and the military, like senator jeff sessions and retired general mike flynn. maybe not outsiders but some are outspoken. like john bolton, an ambassador of the u.n. under president bush. political insiders hunting for clues in trump's every move. like his decision to bring son-in-law jared kushner to the white house on thursday. walking the south lawn with president obama's chief of staff. kushner won't get that job. he is not allowed. federal law prohibits relatives from taking paid staff positions.
trump, jr., and eric as well. bull overnight, trump staffers submitting ideas for other names as the transition team puts together a list of up to five options for each cabinet position. aiming for geographic diversity, not all from new york or d.c. trump values loyalty and that will likely be the reward with steve bannon, his controversial campaign c.e.o. reportedly one option for chief of staff. another? rnc chair reincie >> it would be an honor to continue to help him in any way that i can. >> sarah: the trump transition team has an official government transition web site. greatagain.goif. >> reporter: windy weather out there. over all a sunny start to the weekend. you nailed it, nancy.
we have a wind advisory in effect throughout southern new england. earlier today, this was just for the cape. the national weather has extended this. we are all in it together here. when it comes to breezy conditions. wind guferss up to 40-50 miles per hour. those 50-mile-per-hour wind guferss are more likely to peak around there near the cape. but we are still looking at breezy conditions. this advisory is in effect this afternoon until late tonight. right now, wind guferss in the upper 20's. even 32-mile-per-hour wind gusts in worcester. this is right around where our sustained winds are as well now. very breezy conditions. as a cold front moves in from the northwest. that is pushing through massachusetts right now. that cold air is going to move in. you can see jaffrey down to 48 degrees already. it has taken its time moving through. that has allowed us to warm up pretty nicely. do expect some cool weather into the afternoon. as you head out to these veteran's day parades. temperatures are going to continue to fall. we will stay breezy. layers are a perfect idea today.
found unresponsive inside a marlborough home on thursday. right now, those two people are still in the hospital. byron barnett has more. >> reporter: state police spent hours taking pictures inside this home in marlborough and of this blue car. while bagging potential evidence at the scene. the district attorney confirms a baby and two adults were found unresponsive inside the two-story home. >> this should never happen. should never happen. a little child like that. >> reporter: police got the ll when they arrived, the baby was rushed to the hospital. >> it was really shocking to see them. police cruisers on the street. never mind find out that, you know, a young baby had died. >> reporter: the unresponsive adults, a 19-year-old woman and 19-year-old man are still in the hospital. >> kind of a little freaked out. >> reporter: neighbors say the woman is peruvian and lived here with her boyfriend and mother. >> i thought they were pretty all set, content families. >> you don't like to hear
being hurt or anything like that. >> reporter: the state department of children and families says it too is involved in this case. >> sarah: right now a bus driver under investigation. he was involved in an accident with passengers onboard, then just took off. 7's victoria warren has a closer look. passengers on this m.b.t.a. bus calling 911 after police say the driver crashed into a parked car and just kept going. that crash happened in melrose. in this surveillance video, you can see when police caught up to the bus in stoneham. police now investigating to see if the driver was under the influence of prescription drugs. sky 7 over the scene. the 12 people who were on the bus safely got off. none of them were hurt. they got on another waiting bus while transit police continued investigating. the m.b.t.a. says the drivers worked for them for 12 years. he is now accused of leaving the scene of an accident. the damage to the parked car in melrose described as minor.
this man will not be driving a bus. he will be summonsed to court. in melrose, 7 news. >> nancy: a judge ruling that statements a woman made to police can be used in her manslaughter trial. michelle carter encouraged her friend to commit suicide. also the couple who filed a wrongful death lat the death of their one-year-old baby being awarded $4 million. they say their irish nanny is responsible for the child's death back in 2013. a murder charge was dropped against ashley brady mccarthy last year aftera medical examiner ruled the baby's cause of depth as undetermined. the couple's lawyer says the nanny doesn't have that money but they don't want her to profit from a possible book or movie deal. >> sarah: happening now: veterans being honored for their service.
and military families at the statehouse earlier. veterans day was originally set as a u.s. legal holiday to honor the end of world war i which officially took place on november 11, 1918. and a former police station in south boston now a home for veterans. there are 24 new apartments. six of which have been set aside for homeless veterans. the apartments are not only handy cap-accessible but also affordable. the boston mayor marty walsh importance of boston leading the way when it comes to taking care of our nation's armed forces. >> i don't think there is a better way of celebrating veteran's day by opening this new home here for veterans and their family. and south boston is one of those communities that has never forgotten their veterans. >> reporter: south boston has one of the highest populations of veterans in the city of boston. mayor walsh also said the apartment complex is a satellite for the south boston
video being released from the pulse nightclub massacre. you can see officers entering the orlando nightclub wearing latex gloves to protect against splattered blood all with their guns drawn. the mass shooting in june left 49 victims dead and 53 wounded at the hands of a gunman. also, the music world mourning the loss of a legend. leonard cohen has passed away. the musician best known for his hit song "hall you la," covered hundreds of times. he was indikted and roll hall of fame in 2008. he was 82 years old. hundreds gathered thursday night outside his home in montreal. the vigil started small and grew as the night went on. cohen released his final album "you want it darker" weeks ago. >> nancy: antarctica has a high-profile guest today. secretary of state john kerry is there for a two-day trip.
about the impact of climate change on the frozen continent. he is the highest ranking american official to visit antarctica. firefighters battling a blaze along a california highway. a track or the-trailer caught fire and the flames then spread to nearby trees and brush. the fire has spread about an acre. and about a dozen firefighters are currently working to put it out. so far no, injuries have been reported. >> nancy: still ahead, famous artwork selling for big bucks. a look at items david bowie auction. >> sarah: an emotional tribute to a lost friend. why he waited 14 years to make it happen. >> reporter: your veteran's day looks dry. will those dry conditions stick around for the weekend? i'll take a look after the
>> sarah: the auction was the first of three to be held over the next few days of bowie's personal collection of around 400 works. a lot of artwork, isn't it? >> nancy: absolutely. the cleveland cavaliers make the most of their trip to the white house. >> sarah: michelle obama joined the team in participating in the man kin challenge. we had a lot of fun doing that today. >> reporter: nancy and sarah did a great job wit. i had the twitching mouth, blinking eyes. not quite as good with the mannequin challenge. it is windy. the main headline for the veteran's day forecast. dropping temperatures into the afternoon in combination with
jacket handy today. especially by the time you are headed home from work. hopefully, you brought it from work. if you are headed to these parades, you will want some warm clothes with you. really we are dry into the weekend. we have been lucky, actually: this cold front has been quite pokey. we have some clouds that are moving in right now. yo our way. we have a shot at hitting 60 degrees in boston here. if that cold air doesn't reach us first, though. you can see new bedford in the mid-60's. mild temperatures this morning. mild through the morning hours into the early afternoon. but this front is knocking on our door-step and actually tracking through massachusetts. that is going to cause cloud cover to thicken up. we will still see some sunshine even into the afternoon. again, we keep things dry. not a bad veteran's day forecast. our main concern are these
a wind advisory in effect throughout southern new england. f earlier today, this was just for the cape. this has been extended. count on breezy conditions through the afternoon. as well as through the evening. this advisory wrapping up late tonight. but we are still going to be pretty breezy into tomorrow. if you are heading out to the parade here in boston, temperatures will start to fall through the parade. we will still see some sunshine. a mix which you have of sun and clouds. as that front pulls through. the winds hold strong throughout the day today. but it could be worse. here is a quick look at your
10-17 inches of snow. from washington to... from d.c. to boston. rates of around three to four inches per hour. i'll take the winds over the snow any day. by the time you head home from work, we are looking at temperatures in the mid to low 40's for us. on the cape, mid to uer by the time you head home from work. lows tonight in the up 20er's to low 0's. that is what we will see here in boston. temperatures reaching around 32 degrees. a brief cool spell. we are right back to almost 60 by sunday and monday. >> nancy: all right. thank you very much. coming up, a world war ii veteran fulfilling a promise to his fallen friend.
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? >> sarah: a world war ii veteran has finally kept a promise he made to a fallen comrade. >> nancy: he promised he would visit his grave and play taps. ? tom sitter says it has been more than 70 years since he has played as the years went on, following his friend ready's death, he said the promise he made eddie kept eating away at him. >> in a way, i felt a little guilty about not doing it. i knew eddie, wherever he is, would understand. the more i thought about it, i thought, i'm going to do it. >> nancy: he bought this off the internet. he spent five months practicing.
he is laughing at me for hitting a couple of frogs. >> they came back to the united states right before the war ended. >> they were preparing for the invasion of japan at that time. o thank god they weren't. >> he would be happy. he really would be happy. >> nancy: he doesn't know exactly why his friend wanted him to play taps. but that was important to him to keep his promise and just a really wonderful story to share with everyone on veteran's day. and to salute everyone who
england twist. you have today's what's cooking. if you are in the mood for modern american cuisine with traditional new england fare, puritan and company in cambridge is where you need to be. . >> really we try make sure when you come here, you feel like you are dining at someone's house. >> sarah: the restaurant got its name from its predecessor, the puritan cake company that stood in the same spot back in the 30's. >> they told me i was coming to puritan and co. i dressed appropriate re. first, tell me what we are going to be making. >> we are going to make the suffer thed quahogs. aka, stuffies. i like the smaller-size clam. we start with chopped clam meat right here. we will add in some tariso. spanish. the paprika is a little bit stronger. we will mix this.
incorporated here. it is important that your butter is room temperature while you are doing this. >> sarah: chef will adds in chopped onions, parmesan cheese. add lemon zest, lemon juice, and chopped garlic. >> you can make a bunch of them and then freeze them. i always do this right at the end. i mix in the bread crumbs. you want this to be flavorful and buttery and rich. until everything comes together. from this point, we take our filling, put it right inside these. then you pack it down. >> sarah: fantastic. >> just spicy enough. not too crazy. cheers. this was so good. i could have eaten, like, ten more of these. >> nancy: these are fantastic. especially this time of year. things are getting a little chilly out there. you want that food that stuffs
>> lots of dishes to try. today our main concern with the veteran's day forecast, i have been talking about it all day are these winds. we have a wind advisory in effect throughout southern new england. that is startsing, actually, about an hour ago at this point. or 45 minutes ago. we will continue to see this advisory in effect even into the evening hours. count on breezy conditions. temperatures close to 60 degrees. we are starting to drop, though, here in boston already. we have reached 56. count on some breezy conditions. falling temperatures as you head out to our boston veteran's day parade. still some sunshine, though. >> nancy: all right.
>> brady: i don't understand. what do you mean it's time i knew the truth? >> kimberly: oh, well, brady, i know how hard this is on you. >> brady: but it doesn't make any sense. theresa, she's regressing, kimberly. she's getting angry. she's getting belligerent. she's getting rebellious. you should hear the things that are coming out of her mouth.>> >> brady: so i'm gonna ask you this. if you know something about your daughter, please tell me right now. >> theresa: [crying] well, i guess it's true what they say.