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the embers are burning as fewer sweeps through the smokey mountain, dozens burn to the ground, three died in the dolly parton's dollywood, what brought down a brazilian plane that brought down almost every player of a brazilian soccer team. more about president-elect trump's denner with mitt romney. >> i had a wonderful dinner with president-elect trump.
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much. a dangerous pipeline explosion in the kansas city area. the long awaited return of tiger woods. "early today" starts right now. it's good to be with you. i'm frances abama. nbc's bill cairns i this severe outbreak. talk about the threat. is it still over? >> no, it's not over yet. we are dealing with a tornado watch in areas of southern tennessee. the worst of it overnight had been earlier in areas of mississippi. then it shifted into alabama overnight. as far as the reports go, as of now, we have about 85 reports of either wind damage or tornado. so far we're at 27 reports of tornadoes and it looks like the
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in jackson county, located radio it here the extreme northern corner of alabama. also reports of many destroyed buildings there, including a 24 hour-hour day care center they said were destroyed. these numbers of injuries an deaths will fluctuate. these are overnight tornadoes, very little warning in the way of these. most people are asleep. when daybreak comes, whole see a lot more destruction. >> so alarming, so jolding. we will continue to watch it. also overnight, firefighters are battling wildfires that forced the evacuation of 14,000 people in gatlinburg and pigeon storm, tennessee. residence and vacationers thought they were safe until they looked out their windows. >> panic. that's all we had was panic. we could zee feel the right, it was nothing but red. >> this whole someplace on fire. >> how would you describe this? ?
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>> that's scary to see. this is a resort town about an hour from foxville. the flames threatened several popular tourist destination the most visited national park in the country. also an aquarium with 10,000 animals, dollywood was spared, parton who just released a psa about wildfires says she is heart broken and paying for all the families. three people have died so far in the wildfires. some the biggest the state has ever the last 100 years in the state of tennessee. >> tonight, authorities are beginning to assess the damage. entire neighborhoods destroyed. officials are investigating the cause of the fire and have not ruled out arson. this morning, we are learning more about that plane crash in colombia that killed 71 people. investigators retrieved two black boxes from the acre. on the flight were a brazilian
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playoff in medellin. the plane crashed a mile before the airport a. flight attendant who survived said the plane ran out of fume t. death toll from monday night's crash was lowered from 75 on tuesday after it was learned four people didn't board the flight. only six people swieshed members. last night they packed the soccer stadium to remember the players. brazil's president declared three days of national mourning. this morning, we are one step closener finding out who will be the country's top diplomat. president-elect donald trump had a second meeting with mitt romney and in-house chief of staff reince priebus. there are reports a third meeting could take place later
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here is trump shortly after that dinner with trump and priebus. >> i had a wonderful evening with president-elect trump. we had another discussion about affairs throughout the world and he continues with a message in bringing people together. all of those things combine candidate give me increasing hope that president-elect trump is the very man that can lead us to that better future. >> remember during the campaign, there was this message from romney that was very different. fraud. the bullying, the greed, the showing off, the mysogeney t. absurd 3rd grade theatrics. >> and we are also getting word that former goldman sachs executive and hollywood producer stephen menuchin will be tapped for secretary.
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is. wilbur ross and tom byrum price join. simply so much for draining the swamp. this morning, there is one promise trump made will come to fruition. carrier says it will now keep 1,000 jobs in the hoosier state. initially it made the decision to relocate to mexico, something trump had been strongly against. on thursday, to indiana to celebrate the decision. he is expected to visit ohio with mike pence kicking off their thank you tour. overnight, several activists took to trump's newest hotels to burn two-foot long trumps that flag burners should be jailed and their citizenship revoked for thing a. in 19 i don't know, they ruled
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a pipeline to burst into flames. crews were called to the scene tuesday evening after this fire broke out near kansas city airport t. pipeline was carrying ethane and pro pane. the flames which could be seen from miles away didn't affect any flights to and from the international airport. no one was hurt in the incident. police in manchester, england, have released new video of a terrifying road rage incident, in the hop lead them to this man here. police say the truck driver turned violent when he was asked to share his insurance information a. fit broke out. it didn't end with that, the man repeatedly slammed his truck into the vehicle the victim's vehicle, he took a shovel, smashed apart their windshield the two victims were not hurt, after this you can imagine very shaken up. there is a whole lot to celebrity for 20 co-workers from
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the group claimed a $420 million dollar prize, the cash value is $230 million. they will get about 12 million before taxes. just ahead the return of tiger woods, first meteorologist bill cancer joins us on a busy weather day and a whole lot to watch within it comes to severe weather, bill interest i think when we wake up, we will fought like what we see. down to areas of tennessee. the tornado threat will be ending through the rest of the morning. we do have a slight risk of severe weather in pensacola, new orleans, wind damage will be the biggest threat throughout the day today. it shouldn't look anything like what we saw in the deep south. watch out in the northeast a. lot of heavy rain for you. a lot of big travel delays.
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so we'll track those storms this morning as they continue to push through alabama and areas near new orleans, mobile and biloxi. in the east, it will be a period of heavy rain, warm temperatures out there, it could be windy, too, as you go throughout the day. fan, we'll give you updapts and new developments from the tornadoes overnit. >> watching it at nbc news, passing it on to our viewers still to come, you will meet born in the 1,800s. the 898th ranked in theear get out of bed. tiger explains. that's next. more "doing chores for mom" per roll more "doing chores for dad" per roll more "earning something you love" per roll bounty is more absorbent,
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more than 90 italian governments. she is gathered there with her friends and neighbors in her small apartment. she swears secrets to a long life, she says separating from her husband in 1938 and then her diet of two raw eggs a day is what's keeping herhelthy and strong. all right, leading the news this morning, scores of protesters were arrested after the fight for 15 minimum wage demonstrations got under way in from minneapolis to chicago and los angeles, the fast food and airport workers took to the streets, calling for higher pay. they are demanding over the double, the current minimum of $7.75 an hour. opponents say higher costs will force jobs to be cut. >> the defense has rested its case in the trial over a deadly police shooting caught on camera. on tuesday, a former police officer took the stand in his own defense.
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walter scott, an unarmed african-american man in april of last year. gabe gutierrez has the details. >> reporter: this bystander's dramatic cell phone video appears to show walter scott shot in the back multiple times. in a charleston, south carolina courtroom the former officer accused of scott's murder gave his first detailed public account of what happened. >> i fired, t >> reporter: mikal slager says he pulled scott over for a broken taillight in april, 2015 and was preparing to give him a warning but scott bolted from his car. >> it was in my mind that people don't want to see that. >> prosecutors say he fled because he was behind on child payments and he hit him three times with a stun gun.
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scott didn't stop. >> reporter: the cell phone video he says picks up the encounter seconds later as scott breaks away from the struggle t. prosecutor pressed him why he moved the taser closer to his body? >> you don't leave a weapon in a field like that. >> reporter: he says in hindsight he wouldn't claims on foot and called for backup. >> his entire testimony was what he would have done different and things he's remembering now that was just shocking. >> the jury made up of 11 white people and one black man is expected to begin deliberations later this week. gabe gutierrez, nbc news. tiger woods believed the most famous golfer in the world has a simple request for his 7-year-old son, he said, don't touch these putters, one he used to win 13 of 14 majors and the other to win the '97 masters.
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time in 15 months. he will play in the baum's world challenge, he is currently ranked 898th in the world. listen to how he says he felt a year ago. >> i just couldn't get out of bed. i needed help. it was a tough, tough time. and, yeah, you asked me then, could i play? no, how am i supposed to swing a club at 120 miles a that's just two different worlds. >> we will see if he does, if his rankings move up as well. still ahead, some companies are pushing back against donald trump's advisers. you are watching "early today." (tea kettle whistling)
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including josh groben, dolly parton and the famous radio city rockettes. christmas in rockefeller center hosted by matt lauer, savannah guthrie, al roker begins tonight right here on nbc. donald trump making waves as another company pulls advertising from breit interest and a new treasury on in the market, nancy, good morning to you. >> good morning to you. right now, investors are keeping an eye on oil, that's because confident news out of the opec meeting in any, the opec secretary general saying with le have a deal today this as ministers went into formal talks of an official decision on that
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>> this is 7news now. >> nicole: good morning, 7news "today in new england" starts in just a few minutes. >> sarah: here are some stories we're working on for you. medford police voicing their frustration. they protested outside city hall to complain about the poor conditions inside their police arrest man in connection with an assault on the "t." a suspect hit an elderly man in the face when he complained about him smoking on the platform. >> sarah: then a christmas problem in exeter. city officials say there won't be as many lights in the downtown area this year because of issues with the electric company. >> nicole: and country music fans can now see more of kenny chesney. the country star has added a
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i'm a country music fan. >> nicole: people flock to that show. >> sarah: it's always crazy out there, wren. >> wren: i'm surprised he's coming all this way the play. we're dealing with another round of rain today. fog is definitely going to be a concern for your morning commute, and into tonight, we're still dealing with rain and fog. most of this rain will pull through into the afternoon. you'll see rain already by the mid to late morning hours, especially west into worcester county. we'll dry out as we head into so far this morning is this fog. we have reduced visibility and a dense fog advisory in southern new hampshire, southern vermont, as well as west of worcester county. that doesn't mean we're not seeing that fog here, as well, in boston. we're looking at reduced visible. >> the bedford also down to under two miles of visibility. beverly getting close to seeing some pretty dense fog, as well. it will take a while for this to work out. count on reduced visibility through your morning commute and into the morning hours.
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temperature-wise, pretty mild. 45 in bedford, 42 in boston. much warmer across the cape and the islands, mid-50s there. we grabbed half inch of rain in boston yesterday. we have more rain head our way. you can see we're dry right now. even some breaks in cloud cover. i think we'll see a couple peeks of sunshine today, but we'll see that cloud cover thicken up again as we head into the afternoon. here's our second system headed our way that. will bring us moisture into the afternoon in particular. it will make for a more difficult commute, home from work again today. we're also dealing overnight hours. temperature-wise, right around the low 40s into the low 50s. >> sarah: breaking news, a deadly tornado tears through the south. a day care and church among the dozens of buildings detroit. >> nicole: a local fire chief under fire. the clothing controversy that could cost him his job. >> sarah: the search for the
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two people injured, including a firefighter. >> nicole: learning more about the man shot and killed by lynn police, his long criminal past including this viral video. >> sarah: and meeting again. what president-elect donald trump and former governor mitt romney discussed over dinner. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good wednesday morning, everybody. thanks for waking up with us. i'm sarah french. >> nicole: and i'm nicole oliverio in for christa. dare i say it was warm when i walked out of the it wasn't as cold as usual, even though it was so rainy and gross. >> nicole: are we going to see more of, that wren? >> wren: our highs were late last night. we reached 58 degrees, but that was closer to around 8:00, 9:00 last night. since then temperatures have fallen for us. we won't be that warm today, but we are looking at seasonable temperatures back into the upper 40s. our main concern is visibility. we have a dense fog advisory to our north, southern new hampshire and vermont as well as to our west, west of worcester


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