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know better sleep. only at a sleep number store. >> now at 7 the st. paul's prep victim breaks her silence. >> it's been 2 years now since the whole ordeal and i feel ready to stand up. >> anchor: what she thinks about the trial and about owen labrie. >> anchor: a developing story la police search the home of kris for help from inside. >> reporter: we are tracking the tropics. it's busy out there. 3 big systems churning in the atlantic. >> anchor: it's the first day of school. so where are all the school buses in malden. >> anchor: and tom brady facing his 4 game suspension. he's set to sit. >> anchor: hear from tb 12 now on the news station. >> anchor: first at 7 p.m. breaking news out of wakefield a
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broken golf club. the man was loaded into a helicopter to be to a hospital. this happened during a fight at northwest metro tech a vocational school. 7 news crew on the way. we'll bring you more information as we get it. a violent arrest in framingham caught on camera. >> anchor: the suspect in the case a mixed martial arts fighter. video and details from the framingham police department >> reporter: fists flying as 2 framingham police officers wage a ferocious battle with marcus bino inside his girlfriend's apartment early sunday morning. >> we asked you nicely put your hands behind your back. you are under arrest. >> reporter: the officers one man and one woman tried to arrest bino after answering a domestic violence call here. police say bino's girlfriend who was shooting this video called
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beating her up. police say bino is a trained mma fighter. >> when the officers arrive today appeared the man was waiting for them. they tried to apprehend him and a violent struggle ensued. >> reporter: the brawl is said to have lasted 10 minutes with bino appearing to get most of the blows in on the male officer. but the female officer battled back hard. >> let go of him. >> when you're on the force and you're out there. people don't disiinate. doesn't matter if you're a man or woman. you have to hold your own. which she did. >> reporter: able to slow bino down with a stun gun. police say bino kept fighting until he was eventually handcuffed and arrested. >> if you see that video you see our officers used a proportional amount of force and restraint
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situation. and the suspect ended up going to jail. and the officers ended up going home. >> reporter: lieutenant wearham says he's proud of his officers who were treated and released for bumps and bruises. both recuperating at home. as for bino he's charged with numerous offenses including assault and battery on a police officer. he's free on $7500 cash i'm byron barnett 7 news. >> now on 7 a survivor speaks. >> i was raped. >> a sexual assault victim standing strong. >> i feel ready to stand up and own what happened to me. >> what happened to her at a new hampshire prep school. >> anchor: that teenager telling an emotional story for the first time to today show savannah
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her story. >> reporter: jesse proud is voluntarily revealing her name and her face. paving the way for other victims to come forward and let them know they're not alone. >> i was raped. >> reporter: jesse proud sitting down with savannah guthry talking about her 2014 encounter with owen labrie and the trial that followed. >> in the pursuit of justice i would have done anything. >> reporter: labrie was convicted of sexual assault but not rape. >> they said he he did it knowingly. that frustrated me a lot. he definitely did do it knowingly. the fact that he was still able to pull the wool over a group of people's eyes bothered me a lot. just disgusted me. >> reporter: proud left the prestige arious prep that she and labrie were students. graduating boys tried to have sex with younger girls. claiming officials failed to
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protect children entrusted to its care. >> unfortunately it seems like the school's reputation became more important rather than supporting our daughter. >> reporter: st. paul's released a statement stating we deny that there existed at the school a culture or tradition of sexual assault. there's no denying the survivors experience caused us to look anew at the culture and bring about positive ch own what happened to me. and i'm going to make sure that other people other girls other boys can own it too. they don't have to be ashamed either. >> reporter: proud is entering her senior year at another school in another state. a new initiative called a woman's bill of rights that helps women feel empowered to stand up for themselves. >> anchor: a developing story out of southern california los angeles police are searching the
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today stating that brown threatened her. interviewing all of the people inside. including brown. brown's lawyers with him at the home. everyone is cooperating with officers right now. brown posted instagram videos ranting about police being outside his home. he refused to speak to police for hours once they got a warrant. >> they would be interviewed by ascertain their statements as to what occurred earlier this morning. >> anchor: police say brown's lawyer is with them. everyone has been cooperating. no one at this point is arrested. >> anchor: we are tracking hurricane gaston. that hurricane churning out in the atlantic is huge. this is high above out of the international space station. this is one of 3 tropical systems out there now.
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for labor day weekend. on the latest on the tracks of the storms and what can we expect? >> reporter: it's a ways out. labor day weekend is almost a week away. hurricane gaston a beauty and a beast headed away from the u.s. 8 is off the coast of north carolina. not a tropical storm yet. going to make a sharp turn away from the coastline and head off out to sea southeast. this is not a concern for us. it is churning up the waves as well as the power from hurricane gaston. a moderate risk for rip current as you get near td 8. up here at home it is a mod risk risk -- high excuse me. that will be something to keep in mind for beach goers through the coming days. td 9 we're watching closely.
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-- excuse me hurricane watch and a tropical storm watch for the gulf coast of florida as this tracks to the southeast and heads out to sea. we are included in this cone of uncertainty getting close to labor day here. talk about this in detail what will it mean for our forecast come in a few minutes. >> anchor: all right, bri. you can keep an eye on the tropics at home and on the go by using our >> anchor: all right. now let's talk patriots and tom brady sitting out soon getting ready to serve his 4 game suspension. officially it starts saturday. >> anchor: brady met the media probably for the last time before the suspection begins. >> reporter: yeah, i, tom brady not talk about specifics when it comes to what he's going to be doing in his time off.
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in good hands. it's no secret tom brady loves playing football. he'll be a spectator for the first 4 games of the season. >> it will be tough to watch. i'll be excited to watch and learn. hopefully in october i'll be a better player than i am today. >> reporter: brady tried to get the federal courts to over turn the ruling by roger goodell. season he's confident other leaders will step up. >> we've got a lot of great leaders. i'm confident in that. we'll play with a lot of energy and emotion like we always do. it will be tough to watch. it will be fun to watch in ways. >> reporter: filling in for brady jimmy garoppolo a younger understudy like brady was with drew bled so.
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he was a leader. so tough disciplined. >> reporter: the hall of famer will be rooting for his young back up. >> i've loved being with jimmy. i've enjoyed every day we spent with him. i wish him the best obviously for our team for him personally. when you see people that it means a lot to you always want them to succeed as well. >> reporter: now brady will be allowed back on the field we his first game where he will rejoin the team will be against the cleveland browns. >> anchor: as we look forward don't forget the first game of the season a few weeks away. when the patriots take the field you can catch it here on 7. >> anchor: back to school time including for students in malden. some are looking for rides because the school district is cutting bus routes in order to
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this move has parents searching for a way for kids to get to school. victoria warren talked to students in malden. >> reporter: first day school jitters in over drive after budget cuts eliminated bus in malden. >> they were told a week or 2 ahead of time. >> reporter: sind i deangelo is one of those parents. her kids were enrolled in a different scramble for a school within walking distance to her home. >> 2 of them getting bussed to the ferry way. one of them has autism. he was affected this year. if they couldn't put them in this school they were going to have to are take the regular bus. how can i put them on a bus. >> reporter: city buses are exactly what some parents are counting on. the mbta giving them bus passes.
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trying to help coordinate car pools. some of parents welcome the cuts. only a small percentage of students were bussed. >> the money is better in the classroom. definitely. there's no need for the money to be spent on bussing. >> reporter: some parents say what worries them the most the money that school district is saving on bussing won't come close to help with future budget problems. >> anchor: measures put in place restaurant. safety squares up in front of buildings in chest nut and washington streets. a driver earlier went through the intersection without stopping crashing into the sweet tomatoes restaurant. when this happened 2 people were killed 7 others were hurt. the city of newton held community meetings. it's not known if any charges will be filed against the
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massive fire in a vacate mill suspicious. they are offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. >> anchor: coming up next on 7 news at 7:00 from the baseball field to the corn field. david ortiz checks out the maze that you can solve soon. >> anchor: a life changing moment for a lawrence man who gets to hear his grandchildren for >> warm again tomorrow even muggy and a chance of rain on
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>> it's a unique honor for david ortiz how about this a poppy puzzle. davis farmland in sterling creating a big poppy themed corn maze. part of the maze says thanks big poppy. >> anchor: in addition to it has his farewell tour logo. >> reporter: an amazing tribute for red sox slugger david ortiz. >> this is something very special to something that i -- it's hard to put together. >> reporter: the apparel brand 47 teaming up with davis megamaze in sterling massachusetts to create a corn maze. >> you don't get to see things
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>> reporter: and even helped officially open the maze with the signature swing. [cheering] >> reporter: the tribute may be corny. something big poppy says he appreciates. >> i loved corn right away. >> reporter: he wouldn't be where he is without his fans. >> i thank you guys for pushing me every day to try to do something on that field. not only on that field off the field too. i try to do things so we can set and a new generation of player coming up. >> anchor: how about that? >> anchor: it will be ready for you to explore soon. fun place. i think he said in the years past petting zoo. >> anchor: they get a petting zoo across the street when the kids are little. there's always a theme. the big poppy you got to love. >> reporter: you get to take home a pumpkin right. getting ready for that.
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we have so much to talk about in the tropics. hurricane gaston a category 2 hurricane. but it is sending hefty waves in our direction. you couple that with td 8 both of those churning up the ocean. big waves to be expected at the beach for the next few days. here is td 8 off the coast of north carolina expected to strengthen into a tropical storm sometime tomorrow. that's as it tracks away from that cone of uncertainty is well to our southeast. not a concern for us. we might tap into that tropical moisture come thursday. tapping into some of it. beaches tomorrow. it is a good beach day. pay attention to the moderate risk for rip currents. seen incredible pictures on social media of all of that wave action. maybe the beach best enjoy it on the warm sand.
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we've been talking about this for what seems like forever at this point. the track expected to strengthen into a tropical storm and be named tonight or early tomorrow. and then up the eastern seaboard. the most recent forecast issued has that cone of uncertainty curling back in to include parts of new england. the bigger the cone of uncertainty there is. this isn't a swath that this storm will effect but rather a tract that the storm could end up. it still could be a completely miss. don't go changing your plans for labor day weekend just yet. back to the here and now. low 70s. mid to upper 70s away from the coastline. partly cloudy tonight. and the humidity increases. patchy fog. mild temperatures in the 60s.
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85 to 90. cloud has increasing due to the front that's going to swing through and could bring us showers and thunderstorms overnight wednesday into thursday. it does not look like the wash out or tropical moisture we need. we'll look for that. it isushering in a cooler air mass for the end of the week and into the weekend. 7 on 7 forecast not a whole lot of certainty past saturday week might be refreshing for some. >> anchor: coming up a sound he'll cherrish for the rest of his days.
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>> anchor: a lawrence man has a whole new take on the world. >> anchor: he was given new hearing aids today after spending 6 years struggling to hear anything at all. the first time in years because of hearing aids. the company that makes the hearing aids bell tone donated them to the resident. the man says he's glad to hear again because of the freedom it gives him for one. >> can you hear me. >> yes i can. strong. when you are deaf, you are becoming mute day by day you are
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hear. >> anchor: the lawrence man and his wife say the new hearing aids will make a huge difference in their lives and family's too. >> anchor: based on the way he
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>> anchor: coming up tonight on 7 news at 11:00 a rude awakening for families in plymouth.
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in homes while people aring sleeping inside. >> anchor: someone's in custody. and we're hearing from investigators and witnesses all tonight at 11:00. >> anchor: that is our time for 7 news at 7:00. we appreciate you being with us. i'm adam williams. ; i'm kim khazei. see you back here for 7 news at see you back here for 7 news at 11:00 have a great night. see you back here for 7 news a? 11:00 have a great night. amazing sleep stays with you all day and all night. sleep number beds with sleepiq technology give you the knowledge to adjust for the best sleep ever. the time is now for the biggest sale of the year, where all beds are on sale! save 50% on the labor day limited edition bed.
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