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chief. >> reporter: campanello reaching national acclaim and honored by the white house after developing the angel program which puts heroin addicts in treatment instead of behind bars. to date, the chief says he has put more than 500 addicts this treatment through his attorney the chief said he will fight for his job. the chief is disappointed by this decision and strongly believes it is without justification. this investigation has been a witch-hunt from the beginning and the reasons given by the city for terminating the the original inquiry they were conducting. >> anchor: now there is another investigation tonight to another police officer also for allegations of inappropriate behavior. the mayor said she will not comment at all on that. as for the chief he has 30 days to appeal his firing. all his attorney would say though is that they held his contract was in violation several times. in gloucester tonight, kelly o'hara, 7 news.
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emergency. right now the powerful storm is a category four hurricane with wind speeds of 140 miles per hour. it's moving north at 6 miles per hour. several i land nations also bringing for impact. bringers is waving myth uand keeping an eye on the track storm. >> anchor: a slow moving storm but a very powerful one and relatively small at least based on real estate covered here but very, very powerful around the eye of that storm. as you mention before moving very slowly to the north at about 6 we have been waving it through the day and not a whole lot of change as we move through the day. her warning posted up through the southern and central bahamas as well as haiti and also eastern cuba. tropical storm warning posted for jamaica. within 35 miles of that eye you can get some hurricane force wind flash-flooding and mud slides expected, haiti could see 15 to 25 inches of rain locally town 40 inches hard to even imagine. storm surge 7 to ten foot waves
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official forecast track from the national hurricane center this was updated at 5:00 p.m. still taking it through haiti, cuba as a category four storm into the bahamas as a category three still a major hurricane and this forecast track the latest update is sliding a little farther to the west. that does include the coastline of florida even up through carolinas as well. this is why we need to watch this storm so very closely within the next few days pass four or five days out all bets are off as far as any we'll update you on more details to come in just a few minutes. >> anchor: we know you will. thank you, bri. right now hurricane matthew is this monster storm causing issues in the islands. water is already knee deep in jamaica. more rain is on the way. haiti, columbia and aruba all feeling the storms effects as well. eastern cuba is likely next. more than half a million people there are bracing for the storm. this i have evacuations under way and then as bri mentioned the concern shifts to the u.s.
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this week and she will keep us posted. there is no definitive tract right now but not too early for preparations from florida up the eastern seaboard. state of emergency in fact has been declared for every county in florida and for 66 counties in north carolina. so stay with 7 as we track hurricane matthew. you can keep up with the storm any time on-line at whdh. com or by usinging our mobile and tablet apps. >> anchor: pats fans have a lot to look forward to because the tom brady is headed back to work after cervix his four game suspension that means tb 12 will be ready to take the field this weekend and his people mates couldn't be more puffed. we're live with more on brady's return. >> anchor: we thought they would be pumped but remember the game that you used to play when you were a kid where in the world is carmen san diego? that's what it was like in the patriots locker room. the reporters playing the role of dietive questioning all of tom brady's teammates asking
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they weren't giving us any clues. . i can't answer that question. >> reporter: well, then, what's it like having brady back? i haven't seen him. i haven't seen him yet. >> reporter: whether his teammates are telling the truth or not one thing is for certain. the future hall of fame quarterback is finally cleared to return to the office. obviously we're thrilled to have him back. we know what type of player he has been for this team. we know what type of leader he has been for have a job to do with him here now so we're excited about the challenge that lie ahead. >> anchor: brady areturning to a three and one patriots team and making his day bought this week this cleveland. i am excited. i know she probably eager to get here and get to work so it will be coming back here tomorrow and starting on wednesday moving on to cleveland. i am excited to get back to work. >> reporter: tom brady not the
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defensive end rob ninkovich will be back with the patriots after serving his four game suspension for violating the league's drug policy. live in foxboro, alex corddry, 7 news. >> anchor: so we know qb jimmy grab will and jack owy brustle held down the for the but for the fans it's in britty we trust. his come back is very welcome. byron barnett live at gillette stadium with more. couldn't come sooner. patriots fans after holding their breath for fourks now finally exhale. the captain of their ship is back on board and the fans are saying that the deflategate is now nothing more than a bad memory. tom brady no doubt itching to get back on to the playing field spotted throwing a few passes in brookline on sunday preparing to rejoin the patriots. i am excited. i am a huge tom brady fan. huge. oh yes. most definitely. i can't way to see him become on the field.
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the deflate-triotsp it's exciting to have them back. >> reporter: fans predict with deflategate finally bee hundred him the hyper competitive brady will come back stronger than ever. it's fuel. it's going to be fuel for his rage. he is going to be fired up. he will be excited. he will be ready to rock. i won't say revenge but a lot of payback. it will be great to see him out there. >> reporter: but fans also say they were pleasantly surprised by the way backups jimmy garappolo and jacoby brissett took care of business the reins back to brady with a three and one record. we'll take it. we'll take it. it's better than what i expected. i expected two and two and i told everybody that off the bat as long as we go two and two we have a chance to go all the way. >> reporter: while most pats fans never want to hear the word deflategate again, they say brady's absence did teach them some important lessons about this team. i think that no matter what with tom brady or not tom brady it's a great team all together. i think with him back i think
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and fans will be very happy. >> anchor: still no word on any sightings of tom brady here at gillette but we should see him at the patriots next practice which will be on wednesday. that's the latest live from foxboro, byron barnett, 7 news. >> anchor: thank you. stay with 7 for coverage of tom brady's return as the pats get ready to take on the browns. trey daerr will be live in cleveland this weekend and you can catch his live reports starting on saturday. >> anchor: investigators looking into a deadly police involved shooting in lynn. police shot and kill a man threatened them with a gun. sky 7 hd over the building on lynn shore drive. police were executing a search warrant for a suspect in an armed robbery. when they got to department the 57-year-old man inside reportedly pointed a gun at them which is when police opened fire. investigators say the man was wanted in connection with an armed robbery that happen last month. >> reporter: a salem, new hampshire mother facing child endangerment mother. woman's mother accidentally ran over her two yearly sister while starting the family car.
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herself into police last night. she admits she gave her mother permission to start the car just to warm it up and the car went into reverse. the two-year-old luckily should be okay. >> anchor: crews in lawrence left cleaning up after this huge mess after organizers of a weekend festival left the high school football field a literally trashed. you can see cans of beer, garbage covering the whole field there. the mayor of lawrence said the city tones are filing a lawsuit against the organizers. on the attack with only 36 da taxes still a hot topic. >> anchor: hillary clinton is fired up blasting trump a day before the vp candidates go head to head on the debate stage. 7's live in richmond with more. john? >> reporter: kim, some people unsatisfied with the number ones on the ticket so how about those number twos? they are debating about an hour from here. we're in richmond. the debate is in farmville about an hour away.
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kaine. one of the things they will be talking about is taxes. today in ohio hillary clinton blasted donald trump for decades of apparently paying no federal income tax. he abuses his power, it's trump first and everyone else last. >> anchor: the bombshell is as the developer declared a billion dollar loss in 1995 that could have exempted him from paying federal income tax "new york times" reporter suzanne craig says a source sent her the pages. we were able to separately verify them on the record via the accountant who signed them. >> reporter: supporters say what trump did was legal. but at the same time he gets the fact that in the end our country isn't going to be able to get itself become on track unless it has in this case tax reform. but trump seas new plan keeps tax loopholes he used in the 90's. it mother move that could hurt him with women vote trump today
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say the obama pentagon allowing women in combat hurts readiness. we're going to get away from political correctness. we are going to have to do that. >> reporter: what the g.o.p. nominee cannot do as of today is solace you contributions to his controversial charity. the new york attorney general issued an order saying the trump foundation is not properly registered. american politics not all pretty. trump denying of his behavior behind the scenes on the hit nbc show the apprentice and celebrity apprentice. the news agency spoke to more than 20 former staffers and contestants. many said donald trump was crude behind the scenes and rated women based on their bodies. live in richmond, virginia, jonathan hall, 7 news. >> anchor: coming up on 7 news at 6:00 it's a beautiful bloom but most people hold their nose when they see it.
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>> anchor: check out that rare flower magazining a stink at the franklin park zoo. so have you ever her of the corpse flower? it rarely blooms. >> anchor: when it does, your nose will definitely know. if the looks don't grab you the smell surely will.
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i'm so glad i came all the way from california to see this. that is awesome. >> reporter: it'sical a corpse flower and blooms once every several years and only stays open like this from 24 to 48 hours. it's so named because when it opens it smells like rotting flesh and attracts flies. i think people are fascinated by its species that blooms, that reproduces so infrequently. >> anchor: right now the flower is just a little stinky. there maybe is a little bit of a smell. the zoo has its own smell so i haven't really smelled the >> anchor: when the through remember first opened sunday a much different story. yesterday morning i heard a pretty pungent and it's much more pungent early in the bloom. it was much bigger, much more open. >> reporter: frankly park is home to five of these plants all nicknamed by the staff. this one is pugly and the open one to bloom this year some say it's one of their prettiest. the color something nice. >> reporter: while others don't think it's real. i usually see them in cartoons, like that kind of flour. >> reporter: if you want it take a whiff head down to the
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see it in full bloom. by wednesday experts say it will be all closed up. >> anchor: ahead in the forecast we talk about sunshine that we get to enjoy for the rest of the work week and then all eyes on matthew. well will he have any impact on new kelly: you know me. not from thousands of false, negative ads- but as your first female attorney general- appointed by republican and democratic governors. as your senator, i'm fighting for equal pay and against workplace discrimination, to expand access to birth control, strengthen and preserve medicare, and i reached across the aisle to protect access to mammograms. i approve this message because after all the false, negative ads, i'm still the kelly ayotte you know-
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special interests that oppose question 2 claim district schools lose money to charter schools. that's "absurd," says the boston herald. "outright lies," reports the lowell sun. charter schools "don't siphon off state dollars" from traditional schools, says the boston globe. in fact, public schools get more money. the truth is question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. please vote yes on question 2.
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weekend washout of we had a great time at the making aevent yesterday with some mist of we were able to pick up some beneficial rainfall especially in eastern massachusetts orleans on the cape, three and a half inches or more of nantucket with close to three and a half. boston with almost an inch. so that sets us up for a good start to object. i know we have only been through a couple days through this month so far but we are already above average. it's been a while since we had it that way. there is still a long way to go throw that drought t drought conditions. this will be updated on thursday morning and of course we'll keep you posted. highs today as warm as they have been in almost a week. we saw 68 for a high in boston with the sunshine out, low 70's, nashua, bedford, down through norwood, plymouth, even coming in at 70 for a high this afternoon. current temperatures are still a little cool as the sun goes down but still enjoyable. 5 for boston, 62 for worcester. we did stay dry inside of 495
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have proof the sunshine still existed but you can see the clouds and the showers that are working through central and western massachusetts and some of these cells have been able to drop some pretty significant rainfall. we've even seen report reports from warren of 1.7 inches just as the quick little blip drops on by. they are all tracking from the northeast to the southwest and that leaves all of us inside of 495 dry for the rest of this evening of that's where those showers will stay moving to west of worcester county. so running through the time line here you can see that line departing, clouds moving in for the overnight hours and then into tomorrow morning you might think it's a rinse and repeat we're back with the drizzle. we're back with the gloom but it does break away as we get into tomorrow afternoon, we get the sunshine back and we keep it around for the rest of the workweek. tonight mostly cloudy, not all that cool, 50 to 54. then into tomorrow while we start out with early fog and drizzle we get the sunshine in the afternoon, 59 to 64.
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high pressure will be in control but it's also going to bring that on shore flow so a wind out of the northeast will keep temperatures a touch cooler especially along the coastline. hurricane matthew still a category four storm, major hurricane, expected to make its way through haiti, cuba as we make it into tomorrow. wednesday, thursday, tracking through the bahamas. this is a slow moving storm but here is the most recent update from the national hurricane center and you can see that cone of uncertainty has slid a little course any storms that passes through the bahamas it does put the entire east bound on alert. will we see any impact from matthew. if we do it will happen next weekend so of course that's why we have watching matthew there and we will keep you posted but for now still some big question marks there. >> anchor: the rest of the ac had four games to get a leg up on the patriots without tom
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pats weathering the storm going three and one during quarterback's deflategate suspension and now the future hall of famer is back on the clock. brady eligible to return from his four game banishment today and start preparing for sunday's meeting with the browns and as alex corddry reports from foxboro, brady's teammates haven't been given the green light to talk about his return just yet. tom brady's back. the patriots quarterback finally able to get back to business after serving his four game deflategat locker room today and asking them what it's like to have him back, well, they don't know because apparently they haven't seen him yet. have you seen tom yet today? no. i haven't seen him yet. >> reporter: i haven't seen him. we're obviously thrilled to have him back. we know what type of player he has been for this team. we know what type of leader he has been for this team. but all that being said we still is a job to do with him here now so we're excited about the challenges that lie ahead.
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defensive end rob ninkovich back after cervix a four-game suspension for violating the league's drug policy. in foxboro, alex corddry, 7 sports. >> anchor: 162 games in the books for the red sox and now the fun really begins for the first time in three years we're talking playoff baseball here in boston. and today the sox and indians getting their marching orders for the alds. it will be an 8:08 start thursday night in cleveland for game one. game two set for friday at 4: and the ear series shift to boston with game 3:00 in boston. sox manager john farrell sounds like he is ready to get it going. we laid some very good baseball the last particularly the last six weeks. we feel like we generated some momentum in our favor. we feel like we have a balanced team, one ready to take on the challenge ahead. it's good that everything is already done so now we can go become to normal and i can go
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best once the layoffs get in. a welcome site at bruins practice today patrice bergeron, brad marchand and zdeno chara back from the world cup of hockey they already had a taste of high intensity hockey this year and marchand says it will give them a nice head start on the n.h.l. season. it's going to benefit it. personally it always takes me five or six games, sometimes ten when you are 30 to get into things and so i thin the year off. it's just about trying to keep the ball rolling i guess and get it with the new guys and try to get to know them a little bit but otherwise just feels great to be back here with everyone and just excited to be back again. >> reporter: hooping it overseas and any language this
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>> anchor: that you soap for joining us i'm ryan schulteis. >> anchor: i'm kim khazei a great evening.
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