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>> anchor: now at 7 a developing story. conduct concerns at boston latin. an investigation reveals more than a hundred allegations of racism over the last 4 years. >> reporter: mostly clear skies tonight. back into the sunshine tomorrow. >> anchor: a reported shark sighting on the vineyard be on that bike. >> anchor: a teen hit and killed riding his dirt bike in the street. >> reporter: a big bust after a bank robbery in lam ham. this is is no stranger to police. >> anchor: a new mission to raise awareness. >> anchor: it's a bucket of beans for a great cause. >> 7 news at 7 starts now. >> anchor: first at 7 we are following a developing story. a new report uncovering more
at boston latin school. the complaints dating back several years. >> anchor: that school's head master stepped down in june. outside of boston lastin with more details. >> reporter: this new report that came out today reveals it wasn't just merely a handful of isolated incidents at the school behind me. more than 100 claims of racial bias in the last 4 years. a investigated. comes after boston latin's top administrator resigned amid controversy of how the school handled racial incidents. biased based incidents at boston latin over the last few years. included the interviews of 134 staff, students and parents.
reports of racial bias at bls since 2012. of those 6 cases where administrators failed to take appropriate action. 4 cases where teachers failed to follow district policy. and 7 cases where students didn't follow policy. the head of the boston naacp believes this report is vindication. >> now what we're seeing is more incidents. there have been many more that it doesn't matter if it's one serious one or series of incidents that are not as egregious there's a problem at boston latin school. >> reporter: in the cases where the district's "policy was not followed disciplinary action and mandatory training for staff members. marty walsh releasing a
is unacceptable. we have implemented a reporting system that ensures every voice is heard. all students are in an environment where they feel safe to learn. this comes in the middle of summer when no students are at the school. the naacp says this is a step in the right direction. he says there's a long way to go. >> anchor: the mspca at a home where it is believed there are some 100 cats inside. crews responding to that scene in protective gear going into that home. those animals will most likely be taken to a shelter in jamaica plain. give you more information on
category 1 hurricane with winds reaching up to 75 miles an hour. the system blamed for several deaths in the dominican republic. >> reporter: here is earl at this time. upgraded to a hurricane at 5:30 this evening. a healthy storm. it continues to move west. this is mexico belize there. that westerly track should carry into belize after midnight tonight. likely here are the statistics moving west at 14 miles per hour. central pressure has dropped. move across zucha tan peninsula over tonight and early in the morning. if it were to do that it might strengthen back up from a tropical storm. it will find itself in mexico late friday night or saturday morning as a tropical depression. a storm this far south is
we are tracking a risk of showers and storms for saturday. talk about that in a few minutes. ; and beach goers on alert after a reported shark sighting. the sighting happened on the south shore of martha's vineyard. life guards hopped on suv's to warn swimmers about it. officials at the new england aquarium say the shark likely a smooth hammer head shark waters. >> anchor: state police say the suv was driving erratically. the driver refused to stop. crashed into a tractor trailer. the suv driver had to go to the hospital. the crash suspect under investigation. >> anchor: and a frightening crash in woburn. a pole through the wind shield of an suv stopping inches from the driver's face. investigators say that driver
and a chain linked fence. >> anchor: also at 7:00 a dangerous ride leaves a teenager dead in fall river. that collision taking a deadly turn on impact. kelly o'hara spoke with a friend of that teen. kelly has the latest from fall river. >> it's a freak accident. doesn't make sense. the kid accounted ride. >> reporter: friends and family angry and emotiona brother rafael corder corrado. >> 19 years old. birthday next month. >> reporter: what did we want to do ? >> just loved to ride. >> reporter: his dirt bike collided with a police car. the district attorney's office say the officers didn't see corder corrado because the young man didn't have lights on. friends and family disagree. >> i don't believe that's true. i don't. rafael would have seen him and
>> lights were all set. everything was fine. >> reporter: you find it hard to believe. >> i do. >> reporter: several police officers were responding to a 911 call in president area. investigators say the police car slowed down but it was too late. >> beyond sad. that's for sure. >> too young. had his life ahead of him. >> reporter: the officers taken to the hospital were released with minor injury. they were here a il reconstruction. their loved one was wearing a helmet. >> anchor: friends and family members are paying respects to the family of the 7 year old boy who drowned at a summer camp in boston. a wake for kaiser willis was held last night. people gathered to release balloons in his honor. they left candles and toys at a community center. willis went into the water at a
leave while the investigation continues. >> anchor: a new hampshire man under arrest after a bank robbery. liandizenburg flashed tellers a threatening message and demanded cash. we might remember. i know i do. he's no stranger with the law. >> reporter: the man at the center of a bizarre hostage situation at a hillary clinton campaign office in 2007 faces more trouble in that'sliandizen burg robbing a bank. >> she was in fear for life and safety. >> reporter: landed the teller a note which read no alarms no dye packs. i have a gun. fill the bag with cash now. >> i believe it was less than $1,000. >> reporter: the suspect didn't hide behind a mask.
identification from the security camera images. the manchester police arrestedize hen berg at the cemetery. izen berg didn't deny his identity. had 6 and a half grams of crack cocaine. >> in the past the 5 5 years oldizen berg admitted psychiatric troubles. >> the voice of reason on one side and the voice on the other side of your this is what you need to do. >> reporter: in 2007izenberg duct taped road flairs to his waist claiming he had a bomb. among them a small baby. he gave up after nearly 6 hours. a judge in new hampshire arraignedizenberg from a hospital after he requested medical attention.
>> anchor: coming up on the news station taking on a new challenge a man dowsed with baked beans for a great cause. >> reporter: and more sunshine for tomorrow. forecast up next. >> anchor: and 7 news is getting you ready for the olympic games. you ready for the olympic games. stay with us. at longhorn, steak is all you need. its not all you get. longhorn's great american steak dinner for $12.99. perfectly seasoned sirloin with your choice of side. plus an appetizer or a dessert. all with fresh salad and unlimited bread. the great american steak dinner, for 12.99. tonight, only at longhorn steakhouse. you can't fake steak. and for lunch try our steakhouse burger
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>> anchor: a pennsylvania man pouring it on right here in boston. dumping buckets of baked beans for a great cause at nathaniel hall. part of a new challenge to knock out als. >> anchor: putting his own twist on the ice bucket challenge we've heard of. taking across the country. >> and aye aye aye. all right guys. >> reporter: the ice bucket challenge with a twist. substituting cold water and ice for boston's baked beans. als volunteer larry capland decided to spice things up to each and every state in the u.s. rimpt driving through 48 states and alaska and hawaii. >> reporter: 50 states in 30 days. boston was his 5th stop at duringin park in nathaniel hall.
blueberries. >> oh, boy. >> reporter: in delaware it was water melon. in rhode island coffee milk. and connecticut nutmeg. >> i'm in boston massachusetts and i did baked beans. we have everything from maple syrup to salmon with salmon row. orange juice in florida. interesting month to say the least. >> reporter: interesting but worth while. the challeng raise awareness and fund research for als. >> i took off one month from my business and wife and children to do this. inconvenience myself for a month and go back to normal life. if you have als you wake up one day and don't get to go back to normal life. >> reporter: so it's unclear if in any of those of stops he's going to be pouring water or ice
he's 500 miles into a 13,000 mile trek. nicole oliverio 7 news. >> anchor: frathe e challenge from a few years ago they were able to discover a gene recently from the money that was raised from that to end that finding of a cure for als. all those things add up. >> anchor: go to work. kudos to him. and best of luck with them beans. get a check of the fore. sunshine in the 7 day. you're holding out for us, jeremy. it's looking good. >> reporter: sunshine rolling on. there will be one more chance of some rain but it's going to be scattered showers and storms possible on saturday. and then back into the dry conditions for the end of the weekend early next week. dry all day today. gorgeous day. low humidity.
martha's vineyard and nantucket upper 60s. these dew point temperatures normally in august of the 3 summer months when you find a lot of the humidity because your nights are lengthening and day time are shortening. less evaporation. dew point in the 40s and the 50s. high pressure doesn't move. hold on to the clear sky. into the 50s. this is where we were this morning. do it again tomorrow. downtown boston around 64. and for tomorrow mostly sunny skies warmer tomorrow. the key here that the humidity remains low. tomorrow afternoon boston around 81. norwood 86. plymouth at 81. beverly at 81.
barry at 82. cape and the islands edgar town temperatures this afternoon in the middle and upper 70s. that will be the case again tomorrow. great beach weather tomorrow. lots of sunshine. sea breezes through the afternoon hours. use that sun screen even though the temps are not overwhelmingly hot or humid. low tide at 6:50 in the morning. that takes care of tomorrow. friday's message similar to tomorrow. more humidity on friday. it's not off the charts humid. temps on friday mid 80s. saturday is a humid day. that combined with the cool front crashing into new england mid to late afternoon. pop up a few scattered showers and storms. not wide spread. there is going to be the threat of scattered showers and storms object wide spread. 40% chance that you see a shower
sunday back into the dry conditions. what that front will do will shove the humidity out of new england. back in and back out like the tide. temps on sunday low eithers r. have a great eveng. ; anchor: jr, you too. getting into the olympic zone a sure sign the opening ceremony is around the corner. >> anchor: the flame held strong to the long journey to brazil. it will pass through the the end of this week. >> anchor: who better to be team usa's flag bearer than the most decorated olympian of all time. michael phelps the gold medalist saying joining team usa is an honor. >> and then to have my teammates select me to carry the flag into
tremendous honor. for knowing what the flag stands for to be able to lead our country and it's a dream come true. >> anchor: so phelps will be the second swimmer ever to be team usa's flag bearer. nancy chen she is there. she will be covering all of the excitement. stay tuned on 7 news for all of her live reports. ; better believe it. da a birthday bash. how some of tom brady's family,
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>> anchor: the patriots back at practice and wishing tom braidingy a happy birthday. as training camp rolls on in foxborough. brady turning wait for it. >> anchor: drum roll. >> anchor: 39 today. proving that age is number. >> anchor: gisele bundchen sending a message while she's away in rio for the olympics. happy birthday my love we miss you. >> anchor: is that her voice. >> anchor: yeah. >> anchor: they have a lot going on. and happy birthday. before practice. coach bill belichick having fun with brady's birthday.
>> first of all i think we don't want to miss kris barker's birthday either. as long as we're celebrating. no question tom works hard, works very hard at all phases of the game. i think you have to do play as long as he has. >> anchor: did i see a smile? >> anchor: you did a couple of them. >> anchor: 7 news is your home for the pats season opener. >> anchor: there's one few pieces of video i kept over my career in broadcasting. in miami i interviewed gisele bundchen. she was a victoria secret model. such rosy cheeks. ; surprised you washed your face. >> anchor: i want to see that video later. >> anchor: we'll be right back
was nearly impaled by a pole. >> anchor: they're saying inches from the face there. >> anchor: that will do it for tonight on 7 news at 7. a.m. jadiann for kim khazei tonight. >> anchor: we hope to see you back here for 7 news at 11. or for a full hour of news 1 hour earlier at cw 56 at 10. until creamy swirls of pure indulgence. tempting accents of sheer pleasure. introducing "unicorn whispers." this should be the name. or something more like "golden gold." or maybe, "mmmmmm mmhmm." but, with 20% of your daily fiber, its actually fiber one.
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