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now at 7:00, tracking showers as they move toward us. the best timing for some strong storms. police are searching for a woman that allegedly stabbed a man on the boston common last night. we are live from the scene this morning with a description of that suspect. putting the brakes on education. why researchers at one of america's top schools says parentsould wait even longer school. this is fox25 morning news. good morning, it is 7:00 on this friday, october 9th, i'm lavanchy. >> i'm sara underwood. clear skies now but we do have some rain on the way. meteorologist shiri spear has a look at the showers that will be put a damper on you're plans.
map right now actually going to slide to the north but already got clouds on the increase and yes, does lead to the own local showers and some heavy ones at that. 57 in boston right now, 55 in beverly, 45 in nashua, 51 in worcester, 54 in plymouth and 54 in chatham. good morning to you. and we do have a couple breaks in the clouds at the same time over southeastern massachusetts here through the morning hours but after 8:00 a.m. here so you're taking look at 8:00 a.m., after 9:00 a.m. risk for showers straight through lunchtime today and then the showers start leaking into massachusetts here and by 5:00 p.m. the drive home from work i have rain in the boston area, possibly heavy rain in the boston area and the risk for some stronger winds to go along with some of the downpoursa evening hours the downpours will slide south of boston. so highs it is going to be a warm day, 66 to 72 be and it is as well and continue to break down the weather threats coming
up in a couple minutes and live drive time traffic and accident update. >> shiri, sky fox is over an earlier accident on 128 northbound at route 129 in reading and see the ramp is blocked off right now as tow truck and tractor-trailer are off to the side. taking look at the map you can see there's a little bit of slowing in that area which is on top of what we typically see during the morning commute. as we shift over to the pike still waiting for that medical emergency to be taken care of. this is on the pike at route 30 right in natick. 13 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnels and 31 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and 31 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. daniel, back to you. 7:02 right now. we continue to follow breaking news right now out of arizona where one person is dead, three others wounded in shooting at northern arizona university. the school tweeted the details saying four people shot and one dead, three wounded during the
6:00 a.m. newscast and shooter is in custody. the school is not locked down at this hour. the school says the shooting took place in a parking lot outside a dorm. there will be a news conference coming up in the 9:00 hour and we expect to learn more about the victims and monitoring this for you all morning. developing right here at home police are trying to find a woman who stabbed a man on boston common. we have been covering the story since it happened in broad daylight during the evening rush shower. fox25 jessica reyes is live at the park street steat stop where jess? >> they did, sara. several that we spoke to said it was pretty disturbing. happened right at the park street "t" stop and this is really one of the biggest stops on the mbta because right where intersects. police had the whole area taped off for several hours yesterday and this morning they are still searching for the suspect. >> just crazy.
turned around and there's a bunch of cops here. >> a disturbing scene on the boston common. witnesses watching the stabbingun fold right in the middle of rash hour. >> people were going up pretty much. >> police say a woman stabbed a man self times right behind the park street "t" stop. >> one was in the torso and extremities and i guess one in the back, so i guess it appears they are nonlife-threatening. >> according to suffolk university police the suspect is described as a woman wearing an animal print shirt carrying a large bag. she was apparently seen with another man who was wearing a dark-colored hoodie and last seen walking toward winter and washington street. people on scene and saw this all unfold tell fox25 the victim was acting erratically right before the attack. >> he already had cut on himself and slinging blood at people and talking a bunch of crud to everybody. he was messing with someone that had a service dog and that's when my friends and i stepped in. >> police were on scene for
witnesses the crew the victim was acting strangely after the attack. >> wearing a white shirt that was completely covered in blood and going nuts on etch. >> police are asking if anybody knows anything to give them a call and there was a stabbing at same location the same time last year. jessica reyes, fox25 news. new this morning fox25 is working to get more information about the crash that happened on cape. this crash happened at the borne rotary. this video sent to us by hyannis news and they report the driver of the suv was trapped and had to be rescued. no word on his injuries or the cause of the crash. the crash remains under investigation. medford police say two men posed as women online and then robbed people who arranged to meet with them. this morning police are searching for a third person. eric cardon and brian newell
accused of beating one alleged victim with the bat last week and police say they are also suspected in at least three other robbers all involve people that met on a site called meetme.com. roxbury man is behind bars this morning for stabbing at a grocery store. fox25 was live at the caen when the owner returned to the store when he kicked somebody out of the store sunday night and he came back-stabbing the owner and another employee before he was knocked unconscious. sodderburg was charged with armed assault and tempt to rob with assault and dangerous weapon. happening today the suspect in a deadly crash in dorchester will be arraigned on manslaughter and other charges. prosecutors say gregory mccoy has been indicted by a suffolk county grand jury. in may he was allegedly driving drunk when he slammed into a vehicle, stopped at red light. both cars then hit a cyclist who was waiting to cross the street.
the cyclist student at west roxbury academy was killed. 7:06 right now. a local woman part of a federal lawsuit this morning that claims uber doesn't do enough to protect women. fox25 catherine parrotta jones us live in boston this morning where she has been digging through 52 page lawsuit. good morning, catherine. >> yeah, the lawsuit is very very lengthy but the lawyers for these two women, they say that uber markets itself as providing safe rides to women, especially women who might have been out drinking but the lawsuit does say that uber doesn't do enough to do background checks. inadequate and one of the incidents named in the lawsuit happened right here in boston. according to the boston the lawsuit case happened in february and alleged victim was a woman who was out with friends they got an uber ride from driver. he is now charged with indecent assault and battery after the woman claims he dropped off the friends and went off the route and sexually assaulted her. the second case involves a similar situation with a woman who says she was assaulted by an
carolina. the new york firm filing the lawsuit saying uber negligence, fraud and misleading statements and other unlawful statements caused celts which humiliated, degraded and robbed plaintiffs of dignity and the lawsuit wants uber to make changing including fingerprint based background checks, putting tamper proof cameras in cars and being able to request female drivers. uber made a statement saying our thoughts remain in terrible incidents and worked with law enforcement in massachusetts and south carolina at the time to share information and aid their investigations. both drivers have been platform. as i was digging through filing it does put other incidents that happened similar to these within the lawsuit in 2015 alone and lawsuit says some of those incidents hand in states like new jersey, wisconsin, california and cities like philadelphia, houston, dallas and new york city and, in fact,, the lawsuit says incident
in boston in february actually happened in boston just two months prior and we will have more about that coming up next hour. for now live here in south boston, catherine parrotta, fox 25 news. >> as search continues for el faro off the coast of the bahamas, today the ntsb is getting ready to study the sister ship so investigators are prepared once el faro is located they will tour the one that is almost identical to the missing cargoship and document the layout and exact location of the vessel, data recorder or vdr. ntsb's vice president will help them figure out to get to the vdr once el faro is found. >> vdr is fixed to the bridge so we will have to make that determination and once we understand where the ship is lying and how it is lying on the sea floor. >> el faro is presumed sunk after staring into the eye of the joaquin and two mass maritime grads were among the
keys. they are presumed dead. meanwhile naval search vessels are expected to join the search for el faro. though that's not likely to start this week. police pull 100 pounds of marijuana off the streets thanks to bust at airport. agents and drug sniffing dog were waiting for a california man who was arriving last night from san francisco. they interviewed him when he got off the plane and canine unit took over. officers got warrant to search his two checked bag and found the drugs. woman convicted in one of the worst cases of child abuse is getting out of jail. korean steven was convicted. she spent eight years in prison but the family tells fox25 that's not good enough. >> state to look at the sentence and people for beating kids. >> dawn tell's uncle as they
need to do more to supervise foster home. change was promised in the wake of dawntell's death but nothing is different. most important transportation issues to the city of boston. the city spent a year asking for input for its go boston 2030 plan and globe reports more than 6,000 people responded. they are concerned about three main issues, getting speed limit lowered by 5 miles per hour. expanding train station services to include buses, shuttles and car or bike shares. and people want poor households to spent less of income on transportation. the final action plan will be released in the spring. when a student was in danger, he knew just what to do. how this local custodian saved the life of a little girl during lunch. >> wielding a machete at neighbors.
situation that prompted that violent confrontation. >> taking you to a virtual look right now in woburn. 31 minute drive time on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. sure? >> another morning here 40s and 50s but we will get the up to about 60 at 9:00 a.m., highs in the 70s and in come the afternoon showers and time out who's toughest on spending? fox news did the analysis and jeb bush had the best record. billions in pork, vetoed. eight budgets, balanced. and tax cuts every single year. right to rise usa
driver killed within last hour in washington d.c. and commute expected to be a mess while police continue to investigate. just a few hours president obama will head to oregon to meet with the families of the victims of last week school shooting. the visit isn't welcome news for everyone in roseburg. one of the survivor's father says he will not be attending because of the president's push for gun control. gun rights groups are planning a protest outside of the president's meeting today to rally against any new gun restrictions. former lawmaker is stepping up to put an end to gun convenience. studies show that more than half of all women in the u.s. who are murdered are killed with guns. that prompted gabrielle gifford to form the woman's coalition for common sense. in 2011 she was shot in the head during a campaign event.
awareness and put an end to gun violence against women and families. ominous warning about the nuclear threat posed by north korea. the admiral in charge of the u.s. northern command says north korea's military already has missiles to send nuclear warheads to alaska and washington state and u.s. intelligence also believes north korea will soon be able to fire missiles from submarines and however analysts say success rate for such a launch will be around 10%. police in florida say argument over a pet is what sparked a deadly attack. investigators say a man went after a neighbor with machete because he let his dog go to the bathroom in the yard and woman also hurt by the knife-wielding man and eventually shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy that arrived on scene minutes later. >> danvers store facing fines after employee was hurt in the stockroom. accident happened last week at
boxes full of patio furniture weighing 53 pounds each fell on the employee and more unsafe investigation. osha proposing $56,000 in fine and chain has 15 days to pay up or appeal. this morning officials in maine are trying to figure out if there's anything linking two cases of e. coli. one toddler is dead and another hospitalized in intensive care in dialysis and getting blood transfusions. right now the only connection officials can find is petting zoo at the oxford fair. veterinarian says people need to wash their hands if they are around animals. number of west nile virus case now up to eight and latest is woman in her 80s that lives in middlesex county and being treated in the hospital because of this latest diagnosis. five communities around the state are raising their west
nile virus risk to high. show you live pictures sky fox 128 northbound the entry ramp still closed right at 129 accident. as we shift to the other slow spot remains the expressway from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road and this is what you're going to see as you head past the gas tank bumper-to-bumper and and 15 minutes weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 13 minute on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 35 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. as we head into the columbus-day weekend meteorologist shiri spear forecasting a slightly elevated risk of what you're calling severe weather today. shiri, what to expect. >> i don't expect anything widespread. don't expect a severe weather outbreak, just my job to step in and tell you when there's a risk and there's a slight risk getting into the afternoon and heaviest rain going to develop during the evening commute and
the south and southwest. pretty widespread up to 40 miles per hour and stronger storms that we see there will be lightning stronger than that gust so again, the risk of severe weather is there today. it is just slight and late in the season for us to be talking about that and something you need to be staying away of, big slug of moisture tracking into vermont and going to go just north of concord, new hampshire and continue to slide eastward at home and here at home watching clouds really start to pop up, 51 in worcester and starting out again in the 40s and 50s this morning and temperatures will be -- you know, they will warm up despite the cloud cover today which i suppose sigood thing and boston let's take you to hour-by-hour forecast, we have clouds right now and 67 by 11:00 this morning, 70 by 1:00 p.m. today and you can see 3:00 p.m. at 69 here comes some of the showers and rain is moving in but not until later this afternoon.
it is going to arrive sooner in areas like nashua, new hampshire and even during the warning hours see spot shower and by early afternoon have rain showers in place and plymouth waking up to a little bit of partial sun, a little more sunshine than the rest of the area over southeastern massachusetts but the showers are coming for you just not until much much later today. you could see him here in the forecast as look toward that 7:00 p.m. timeline. so everybody gets a dose of some warm weather. 66 in worcester this afternoon, 70 in boston, 72 in beverly and plymouth and 67 in nashua and temperaturewise it is going to be good, muggy, turn very wet here, especially after 8:00 this morning, in southern new hampshire and vermont through about noon time, at risk for seeing a few showers up there but it is mostly into the early afternoon that we get the showers sagging down into northeastern massachusetts here as kids are coming home from school, a little bit later in boston where it is about
rain moving in and it will continued into the evening hours across southeastern massachusetts and that's where we will have to watch for the potential of strong to even severe thunderstorms. so that's what we are expecting here for your friday and jump ahead to 7-day forecast and i have better weather, 60 here on saturday, 67 sunday, sundays back on columbus day with range of highs from 70 to 75 and 76 and like the way the weekend is shaping up. help stop the terrorist overseas only to come home and get attacked. still ahead on fox25 morning news, video of violence that left one of the heroes of the fritz train attack in serious condition.
representative from california face criticism for republicans that didn't support the bid following the resignation of john boehner. >> i think it is something to be said for us to unite and need fresh face and i will stay on as majority leader. >> former speaker says he would serve if asked. newt gingrich fox news said he would be open if 218 members of congress agreed to vote for him. he is not currently a congressman and all previous speakers have been active members of congress. joe biden's camp met with the democratic committee this week and sources within the dnc say it was an information session about biden running for president. biden has yet to announce his intentions but political experts are taking the meeting as a sign that he intends to run. 7:25 right now.
evidence to support parents of believed children should wait longer to start school and study out of denmark shows delaying didn'ter garden until age seven reduce it is hyperactivity by 73%. kids in denmark normally start kindergarten during the year they turn six and u.s. 20% of kindergarten students are six but majority start at five. everett third greater taking a stand. john merazi went beyond the call of duty and saved girl from choking after chip got caught in her throat. michaele said thank you and give john a big hug. local bus driver off the job because of video we are about to show you.
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last five minutes police congratulating baby born this morning on mass pike. hear about the things happening and actually they really do and state police say congratulations and god bless to baby girl born on mass pike this morning and her parents mom and baby are healthy taken to the boston hospital. the baby apparently already was born with the dad eases -- dad's help when trooper arrived and born after since 30:00 this morning. congratulations. can you imagine? >> that's the reason to stop traffic i would say. >> wouldn't be frustrated about traffic if it was something like that. >> julie grauert and shiri spear a chance of rain today. >> yeah, rain coming into the mix later on this afternoon so at least if you have anywhere to head out this morning you're actually in fine shape and coming at us from the west and
and still got breaks in the cloud cover, seeing a little bit of sunshine in southeastern massachusetts, temps low to mid-50s, 57 in hull, boston and lynn and 50 in lowell this morning, mostly cloudy for you guys and are going to get occasional gaps in the clouds and those clouds getting thicker and thicker further north you go, 51 in worcester and 42 in londonderry, new hampshire and those will be the first spots to see the rain drops. so at noon time it is southern new hampshire and 3:00 p.m. northern massachusetts, central massachusetts and temp around 7:00 p.m. smack down in boston and take you through it and live drive time traffic and information on new accident. >> shiri spear, new accident is right at furnace brook parkway, accident at miller street so it is going to add to the congestion right around furnace brook parkway as you're heading over to the expressway. speaking of the pike congratulations to the family and new baby girl.
right now through framingham as you approach the weston tolls and live look from sky fox heading over to something in newton right now, we will have more details in a moment and 495 to speen street and weston tolls to the ted williams and 31 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. jessica reyes live on the common with description of suspect police hope will help make an arrest and very soon, jess. >> pretty distinct description they say the suspect is woman she was wearing an animal print shirt wearing a large bag and they say from here she took off running down winter street toward washington street and
searching for her and several hours after the fact that woman stabbed the man several times and people on scene right now and all unfold and fox25 the victim was acting erratically right before the attack. >> he already had a cut and slinging blood on people and service dog and that's when stepped in. >> wearing an animal print shirt and dark-colored hoodie and two of them spotted down winter street toward washington and again, just across the street from the boston common. this morning police are asking anyone who may know more bob mcculloch to give them a call
hour at 8:00 we will hear from the police officers that responded to the scene here. live in boston, jessica reyes, fox25 news. more than 100 potential. >> chism is accused of raping and slashing teacher colleen ritzer inside of a bathroom at the school. he was only 14 years old at the time. former teacher now charged with sexually abusing a student faced allegations last year. he was allowed to resign instead of being fired and school said he had inappropriate communication with former student.
charged with sexual assaulting a 14-year-old boy from the school. prosecutors also claim he had a sexual relationship with teenage roads student. prosecutors in new hampshire are urging a judge to uphold a felony conviction against a graduate against the prestigious st. paul's school. owen labrie is accused of assaulting a underage classmated and using a computer to communicate with the victim should not stand and if it does he will be forced to register for sex offender for life. enough is enough after students at lowell high school are accused of sending racially charged texts. packed meeting last night as meeting rallied around him calling for end to such incidents at the school.
of the messages to fox25. >> good president and can't people english. >> lawyer tells fox25 supporters are planning a rally in the teen's honor this weekend. meantime six students have been suspended for the incident and middlesex district attorney says she considered charges but no laws were broken. >> 7:36 right now. this morning state investigators are working to determine the cause of this huge fire at local marina. the fire took out 11 boats, sucked three of them at captain's cove in quincy. this is breaking yesterday morning during the 7:00 newscast fox25 paying this drone video from brewster ambulance and drone over the fire to see if anyone needing help while firefighters on the docks to battle of flames and one couple says they moved on to their boat. >> sold everything to do this, move on it and live on it.
police say right now looks to be just an accident. officials say huge fire that destroyed oxford wood mill is accidental and broke out on old webster road yesterday evening and yesterday morning investigators combed through rubble and kept hot spots down and likely started at makeshift kiln and and operate and town. >> local school bus driver has lost her license this morning for not wearing her seatbelt. this is from worcester public schools and closed the driver losing control of bus during a crash last month and starts to make a turn but then she lanes to the right and falls out of seat. that's because the seatbelt was not buckled and bus hit two parked cars, no students were on board. >> crews are going to be demolishing the pedestrian
washington street and here is look at busy roadway and crews will start tearing it down and won't be finished until monday morning. here are suggested detours from the town westbound traffic and detour at brookline ave. eastbound traffic and detour at high, washington and boylston. once suggested alternate route to use beacon street and julie grauert will let us know if there are any complications during the commute monday morning. that was a new road i just gave. >> so new this morning senator elizabeth warren is leaving today for a six day congressional trip to europe. the globe reports she has found for greece, ukraine and germany to talk the economy and syrian refugee crisis and this is the second time warner has gone overseas as senator and set to return on wednesday.
middle school students picketing over firing of social studies teacher. larry chin was for speaking during a group of high school students and students are banding together saying he is too valuable for the education to lose. >> he is engaging, connected with students in one way or another and he is the only one that these high schoolers come to visit and only one that i know a lot of us will come back to visit and he has made such a difference in everyone's life that we can't say no. >> fox25 spoke to school board committee members looking into the whole situation but wouldn't comment further. food fight of sorts has broken out over dumplings at two local businesses. dumpling daughter opened one year ago in weston and not long after two employees opened a
and now the owner is dumpling daughter said they copy her menu and stole secret family recipes. the woman that filed the lawsuit is daughter of woman that owned several high-end chinese restaurants in the boston area and she says many of the recipes came from her mother. >> very grateful for everything that our family created in the 80s. rescues all come from the home and mother and i tweaking at it. >> they employees that left deny they copied anything. >> move comes with catch. why it will be harder for attraction. auction items left behind and how you can get them for cheap. >> taking look at live drive time on the expressway, up to 30 minute commute on braintree
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national dialogue quartets and this is video of the news conference and quartets is coalition of civil society organization that helped bring democracy to the country and 2011 and during the revolution the nation's president was ousted and replaced by free and fair elections. >> recovering in a hospital after a new attack in california surveillance video captured the fight on streets of sacramento that appears to show air man spencer stone fighting two
during the fight one of the men stabbed stone in the chest several times. police are still looking for the attackers this morning. family members for the unarmed black man shot in the back by a police officer in charleston, south carolina will get six and a half million dollars from the city. the entire confrontation caught on camera officers had just pulled over walter scott for a nonfunctioning brake light when he took off running from the car michael schlager drew his service weapon and shot him in the back and now facing a murder charge. today bill cosby expected to be questioned underoath about the sexual allegations against him. gloria alred represents woman who claims the comedian molested her in 1974 when the woman was 50 years old and more than 50 women say they were sexually assaulted by cosby and star says he is innocent and not been charged with any crimes. boston based fantasy sports
company now the target of a class action lawsuit. a kentucky man is suing draft king and rival website fan dual for fraud. he claims employees had insider information to make money by playing the other companies fantasy games. ethan haskell of southborough says he won $350,000 on fan dual last week and that information is troubling to local fantasy sports players. >> playing against other people that are playing for fun and assume you're operating under the same pretenses and doesn't seem right at all. >> the attorneys general of massachusetts and new york are reviewing the operations of draft king. looking for used car? massport selling off dozens of cars that have been abandoned at logan airport and 9595 cars and mini cooper will be auctioned off next weekend and sale will take place on october 17th october 17th where cars have
been stored and all at the airport for over a year and some had been there since 2009. >> unique project taking off at john f. kennedy airport. jetblue workers created a farm in secure area of one terminal and they have planted 1,000 blue potato plans and workers say the plants will produce 1,000 pounds of spuds each season. potatoes will be used in some airport snacks and donated to local food banks. >> following breaking news right now a report of a carbon monoxide incident at a school. sky fox is over the frank lynn elementary school they were on scene at derby street and incident started in the boiler room of the school. we are working to confirm what the school of classes are in session today or not and we do have a crew at the scene gathering the latest.
morning at fox25 and fox25 news app. >> i want to start with those live sky fox pictures because it is affecting the traffic pattern in the area because of carbon monoxide leak at elementary and restricted flow on derby street and partially blocked at howard street and saw emergency crews at the scene. as we shift north new accident to tell you about on 128 northbound it is right at route 3, 1 more to mention, this is 128 southbound, accident between endicott street and 114. here are live drive times as you head outdoors, 20 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and half hour on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and 33 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now with look at today's forecast and you can expect some rain drops to fall
>> rain comes with some other things and rain biggest concern and strong gusty winds and these in the medium category because it is going to be scattered and none of these will be widespread and nonetheless deeper shading across much of massachusetts that's where we have the best risk albeit a small risk of some severe weather later on this afternoon as whole system trudges eastward a lot of the heavy morning rain is going to slide toward the north here but as cold front comes through that's what's going to stir up our own locally heavy showers and gusty winds as well and warm and humid air this afternoon with wind coming up from the south and southwest and see the gusts on the order of 30, if not 40 miles per hour across the coastline where it is going to be strongest but even worcester with 30 miles per hour wind gusts this afternoon. so just be ready for it, guys, we got the wind, we got the wet weather all on the way for the afternoon and right now 57. this is as dry as it is going to
going to get where you have some cracks in the clouds this morning. noon time 68 and showers spreading into southern new hampshire and 3:00 p.m. the showers are going to be on the propose to 495. so let's take you through it hour-by-hour and future cast up right now and noon time again southern new hampshire at risk and central and northern new england and 3:00 p.m. got showers around 495 and then sinking into boston in time for the evening commute, so 5:00 p.m. here, folks. there will be some locally heavy rain, some of those gusts that i was mentioning and then the rain is going to start sliding south of boston into the evening hours here but we still have yellows, oranges, reds on the map so there's still that chance for downpours, for some thunder and lightning and possibly a severe thunderstorm and showers out by midnight tonight and temperatures really aren't going to vary that much this afternoon
71 in brookline, 73 in watertown, i got temperatures up toward the merrimac and 67 in nashua, 71 in ipswich and down into southeastern massachusetts same deal there. so you're going to find a lot of those lower 70s blanketing the area from wareham to scituate at 72 to waltham and 74 and tomorrow cool but it comes with the sunshine here and 7-day forecast rain and win to sun sunday and each day saturday sunday morning will see a temperature increase so columbus day upper 60s and columbus day north shore and sea coast lower 70s, even lakes region getting warmer readings by tuesday and
rain redevelops again. back to you guys. >> give you update on breaking news out of newton. sky fox over the scene of franklin elementary school we have just learned two people are now in the hospital after a carbon monoxide leak. also the school has called off classes for the day. we will continue to follow the breaking news out of newton and bring you any new developments on air and online at myfoxboston.com. 7:52 right now. the outer reaches of solar system aren't so different from planet earth after all. coming up why scientists say parts of pluto may look a lot like home and stuffing out smoke next local employer that will fire workers caught lighting up. >> hub week in fox25 proud sponsor series of events and experiences where art, science and technology collide. today there are more than a dozen events around the city and at harvard starting at 10:00 this morning on topics like future of privacy, closing the gender gap and sports concussions.
the westwood location has more than 122,000 square feet and will include cafe and plenty of prepared foods. the grocery store will also have a wine and beer shop plus a pharmacy. >> current employees will not be affected by the ban. >> one of the nation's most popular theme parks. california coastal commission says sea world can double the size of habitat for killer whales in san diego and protest 100 million-dollar plan and commission did plan sea world from breeding more killer whales in captivity and park cannot wild.
breaking news coming in from arizona. >> plus a woman clad in animal print now wanted by police for a stabbing on boston common where they say she was last seen after the 76 attack. >> former crew members of the cargoship that sank are speaking out this morning. >> what the navy is looking for today as they search the seas. >> sexually assaulted by drivers, one incident happened in boston. details from that lawsuit coming up. >> this is fox25 morning news. >> good morning, it is 8:00 on friday october 9th, i'm daniel miller in for gene lavanchy. >> i'm sara underwood. we are updating breaking news where a carbon monoxide scare
and in the weather this friday rain is heading our way. meteorologist shiri spear looking at heavy downpours later on. >> friday night plans here you have to have indoor alternative because all the junk planted overhead. for now we are in good shape, clouds really watching, even up into keene, new hampshire, latest observation there is just of cloud cover so 46 in nashua, 53 in worcester, 56 in beverly, upper 50s boston to plymouth at 56 and chatham at 57 and we do have even a couple breaks in the clouds that we have in place now. they get thicker and thicker as they travel through the morning and by late this morning and early this afternoon the spot to watch in southern new hampshire, southern vermont for a few of those showers, most likely afternoon when we start seeing the showers move in. you see temperatures as well upper 60s, lower 70s, mild day on the way, boston really starts getting into the thick of it around 5:00 this afternoon
and continues through the evening commute and by 8:00 p.m. most the at this time is boston southward and risk for severe thunderstorm, the whole mix. 66 to 72 range of highs and walk you through some of the wind concerns coming up and now sended over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic. julie what are trouble spots now. >> restricted flow on derby street because of the breaking news and partially blocked at how wart street and we head over to 93 is slowing on 93 through the medford area and brand-new accident and details on this it is on the zakim bridge in the northbound lanes you can see and slow things down and live look on the zakim very backed up on the leverett connector. here are live drive times eight
minutes 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and braintree split to the exit for the pike. sara, back to you. now to the breaking news out of newton where a carbon monoxide incident at franklin elementary school just happened within the last ten minutes. we learned that all classes there have been canceled. the fire department tweeting out just before our 7:00 newscast began that they were on the scene here at derby street and incident started in the boiler room of the school. two people were found there and check of the building was all clear and crew at the scene gathering the latest information for you and more details as we get them all morning here and on the fox25 news app. >> also following breaking news this morning in arizona where three person dead and others wounded at shooting at northern
the campus is in flagstaff and school officials in about an hour and it is scheduled for 9:00 our time and school's official tweeter feed is the shooter is in custody and campus not locked down. the shooting happened less than four hours ago in parking lot near a dorm and continue to follow developments closely and bring you more as soon as we get it. within the next 90 minutes president obama will head to oregon to meet with the families of the victims of last week's school shooting. the visit isn't welcomed news for everyone in roseburg, oregon one of the survivor's father says we not be attending because of the president's push for gun control and gun rights groups planning protest out of the meeting rally against any new gun restrictions. and we continue to follow develops this morning out of boston where police are searching for the woman they believe stabbed the man on boston common. it was a bloody attack yesterday outside a busy t station and
is back at "t" stop where there were dozen of witnesses to this, jess. >> there were. time right in the middle of rush hour and police had the whole area taped off near the park street station and they say the suspect took off toward winter street with a man toward washington street and this morning police are still trying to track her down. >> it was just crazy and next thing i turn around and bunch of cops here. >> disturbing scene on the boston common. witnesses watching the stabbing unfold right in the middle of rush hour. >> people were going up pretty much. >> police say a woman stabbed a man several times right behind the park street "t" stop. >> one was in the torso and extremities and in the back and appears they are nonlife-threatening. >> according to suffolk university police the suspect is described as a woman wearing an animal print shirt carrying a large bag. she was apparently seen with another man who was wearing a dark-colored hoodie and they
winter and washington street. people that were on scene and saw this all unfold tell fox25 the victim was acting erratically right before the attack. >> he already had a cut, slinging blood at people, he was just talking a bunch of crud to everybody and service dog and that's when friend stepped in. >> police were on scene for several hours last night and witnesses telling our crews the victim was still acting strangely after the attack. >> wearing a white shirt and completely covered in blood and still going nuts on everyone. >> this morning boston police are asking anyone that may know more about this to give them a call and coming up the next half hour we are talking about a stabbing that happened in the same area at this same time last year. jessica reyes, fox25 news. happening today suspect in deadly crash in dorchester will be arraigned on manslaughter and other charges. prosecutors say gregory mccoy has been indicted by suffolk county grand jury.
in may he was allegedly driving drunk when he slammed into a vehicle stopped at red light. both cars then hit a cyclist who was waiting to cross the street. the cyclist student at west roxbury academy was killed. teenager accused of killing his math teacher. philip chism is on trial for the 2013 murder at danvers high school. jury selection started wednesday but the judge is already running into problems. at least one potential juror was excused for discussing facts in the courthouse and prosecutors will decide if that man will face contempt of court charges. chism is accused of raping and slashing teacher colleen ritzer inside a bathroom at the school. he was only 14 at the time. two women say company didn't do enough to ensure the safety.
in boston this morning. catherine, one of those attacks mentioned in the suit happened here. >> this is the lawsuit right here, 52 pages long and lawyers safe rides to women and lawsuit does say that that hasn't happened, security check uber has in place are inadequate and one of the incidents outline in this lawsuit said to have happened right here in boston. according to the lawsuit the boston case happened in february and alleged victim was woman and got require and now charged with indecent assault and battery after the woman claims he dropped off the friends and went off the route and sexually assaulted her. the second case involves similar situation with woman says she was assaulted by uber driver in charleston, south carolina examine new york firm filing the lawsuit stated uber's message, fraud and misleading statements and other unlawful actions
caused plaintiff's sexual assault which humillated, degraded, violated and robbed of dignity. changes including fingerprint background checks and being able to request female drivers. uber issued a statement in response to the lawsuit saying thoughts remain victim of two terrible incidents and proactively worked with law enforcement in massachusetts and south carolina at the time to share information and aid their investigations. both drivers have been permanently removed from the platform. lawyers state in the lawsuit that mentioned in the lawsuit, happened february 2015 they say it is not the first incident of its kind to happen here. they say just two months prior another very similar incident happened here and man in december 2014 was charged with setting a passenger and continue to look through the lawsuit now and tell you more about some of the details in this including
what the lawyers want to see changed coming up next hour. for now live in south boston, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> a local man brutely attacked on the streets with a bat. still ahead this morning how the attackers managed to lure that victim out of his house. plus an entertainment magazine is talking gun control in the wake of another mass shooting. what people magazine is asking readers to do this morning. virtual look at 128 in woburn, 20 minute commute in peabody to the weston tolls. >> ride share today in boston and heavy rain and wind moving
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deck on second level rust to death, rust everywhere. >> chris cash calls it a rust bucket and never should have been on the water. >> only thing we do is mask the problem but so much rust. >> another former crew member on the ship as recently as august compared the 40-year-old boat to a 40-year-old car. he said the cook's room leaked water and everything on the ship was old but he said everyone felt safe. totes maritime which operated the ship says el faro regardless of its age met all standards and certifications. the coast guard says that's true the ntsb is now looking into how and why the ship sank and investigators will examine the el faro's sister ship. >> nearly identical to el faro.
we will thoroughly document the vessel, system and equipment and includes documenting the exact location of the vdr. >> voyage data recorder what many refer to as black box once recovered could be instrumental in finding out what happened last week. the coast guard believes the el faro sank 15,000 feet off the coast of the bahamas. >> happening today nurse that survived ebola speaking in massachusetts this morning. nina famm will address in hyannis and became infected with ebola while treating a man from liberia at hospital in dallas and her patient died in nurse's association says famm still experiencing side eastern seaboard from the experimental drugs used to save her life. >> this morning officials in maine are trying to figure out if there's anything linking two cases of e. coli. one toddler is dead, another hospitalized in incentive care
on dialysis and getting blood transfusions. right now the only connection they can find is petting zoo at oxford fair. veterinarian says people need to wash their hands if they are around animals but this is a >> >> wouldn't have petting zoos and extremely rare event. investigation. samples from that petting zoo are now being tested. >> could support life and study published yesterday scientists say the mars rover has discovered ancient lake beds and only craters now but experts say at one point they held water that was capable of rising. scientists say the water likely came from rain or snow. all of which points to strong signs of life. we are also getting new look at pluto thanks to nasa's new horizon spacecraft and area of
also gives closer look at blue atmosphere case surrounding pluto. new horizon first spacecraft to visit pluto. quite cool, julie. >> yes, very cool. i would say almost as cool as volume on roads right now where used to things being bright red and jammed all over town but spots i'm seeing are just on 93 and on the expressway. average speed about 12 miles per hour and head through medford and somerville and over on the expressway typical volume from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. see a little bit of space and big gas tank on the expressway. here are live drive times, 24 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel, 28 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and 35 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. shiri, i guess some people might be getting a jump start on their columbus-day weekend. >> you know what, that is a possibility and look like that on monday as well, julie but we are going with forecast that's
at least easy to get you into work this morning, things get complicated with heavy rain moving in for the evening commute. also winds are going to start gusting up around 40 miles per hour at times this afternoon and just add kind of another layer of inconvenience to today's forecast and even slight risk of severe thunderstorm if we get it it is going to be isolated. no widespread at least severe weather is expected today but we are going to get into the warm and humid air, kind of primed here for some downpours. so far almost all the heavy rain off to the north and west so you can see got the batch of rain that is going to pass across keene, new hampshire and if it holds together it is actually going to move toward manchester, eventually. i will be watching that one but otherwise it is simply the clouds that we are watching increase this morning, 57 in boston right now and we do have mostly cloudy skies here, don't be surprised if you see a couple break of blue morning hours and mostly cloudy here and not until 4:00, check out high 70 in boston and one of the dryer
spots today end up being plymouth at 56 and a little bit of partial sun. you're going to hang on to sun cloud combination through the morning hours, get the up to 70 as well but rain does not get to you until the evening hours versus somewhere like nashua at 46 where the clouds have already set up camp we will see temperatures only reach the upper 60s, a little stalled out because of the clouds and rival of the rain much earlier most definitely by early this afternoon by 2:00 p.m. and i think watch for isolated activity and upper 60s and 70 in boston and 66 in chatham and it is coming in from the north and we all do eventually see those showers, future cast taking you through it hour-by-hour by noon time today spots to watch southern new hampshire. bus stop dropoff here so this is 3:00 p.m. kids coming home from school, it is a long and outside 495 where we have the best
cannot rule out something isolated through boston and main rain moving in at 5:00 p.m. we got downpours and some of the gusts that i was mentioning through the morning commute and into your friday night. sarah wroblewski is going to be tracking this starting at 5:00 p.m. and it is going to be active in spots because of those downpours because of the potential for a strong to perhaps severe thunderstorm in this timeframe here from late afternoon into the evening. those showers are out of here by the time we hit midnight tonight and into tomorrow we brighten up and it turns cool, no more of the 70s like we are going to see today, temperatures tomorrow get stuck for a lot of you in the 50s in the afternoon but man, it is going to be good-looking and even into sunday we pull in more clouds but going to be warm, it is going to be dry and we will continue to see things warm up as we track our way through the columbus-day weekend. so for today 70 with rain and wind and for tomorrow 60 and if you're looking to do some leave peeping shall we say, 1349 best
be north and west of boston especially into the green mountains of vermont and columbus day, maybe the best bet because it is going to be back into the 70s. back to you guys. >> two different restaurants one similar menu and why local family says it has proof their recipe was stolen. >> plus the gop in crisis mode after the man they wanted as house speaker says no coming up
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representatives for the vice president camp reportedly met with the committee this week and sources within the dnc says it was information session about biden running for president. biden has yet to announce intentions but political experts are taking meeting as sign that he intends to run. gop front runner donald trump claims he is popular with hispanic voters despite the comments about mexico and immigration and yesterday at his rally in las vegas one very excited supporter took the stage. >> where are you from?
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contact information on people.com. >> may never have an actual cause for all of this damage. shiri? >> risk of rain going up as we go through the day so slight chance this morning, mostly far north of boston this afternoon and soak and her wind comes into play coming up. >> local community rallying around a high school student who was targeted by hate. coming up why so many neighbors are changing their weekend plans not getting your best sleep? could be you've got the wrong bed. enter sleep number... she likes the bed soft. he's more hardcore. you can both adjust the bed for the best sleep of your life. save $600 on the #1 rated bed, plus 24-month financing
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only at a sleep number store. now at 8:30 uptating breaking news in newton. classes are canceled here at the frank lynn elementary school because of a co scare and incident started in the boiler room and learned at least two people found there and taken to the hospital and we have a crew at the scene and, of course, have a live report coming up. happy friday. >> forecast isn't very happy as we get into the afternoon and friday night, friday afternoon
plans and better listen up because chance of rain only getting up as we go through date and see it is coming at us here from the west, from the north and central and northern new england getting blasted with showers but the ones we have locally only reaching about keene, new hampshire and going to skim past new ipswich. i think we will have to watch new manchester for a few of the early showers and as whole morning end up running dry, 48 in boston and 51 in brockton and thin spots and some of you especially southeastern massachusetts actually get a little bit of sunshine this morning including plymouth at 56 and chatham 57 and day planner for today involves mostly cloudy skies right now at 57 , we go up to the upper 60s by noon time today, southwestern new hampshire northern mass and central mass at 3:00 p.m. and by 7:00 p.m. you better have your eye on the rain drops and radar in the boston area and areas south. actually going to cover how severe weather can play into the showers today coming up in a couple minutes.
now let's get you back over to julie with live drive time traffic. what do you have? >> so far been a pretty happy friday as far as the traffic is concerned. i'm watching two slow spots which are pretty typical expressway average speed about 14 miles per hour from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. the other slow spot 93 south right around medford as you approach somerville. live look at the zakim bridge where you can still see pretty slow going on the leverett connector and over the bridge itself. here are live drive times. 25 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel. 25 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 32 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. daniel, back to you. >> 8:32. updating breaking news in newton where elementary school is closed this morning for a gas
that said they have to clear the school and some teachers had arrived and ended up getting cleared out of the building, they were not hurt. no students were at franklin and elementary just yet this morning when this incident happened and the boiler was first turned on and causing this mishap here in this incident and fortunately nobody else was hurt. all the firefighters had masked on and entered the building and take time to clear out this building and make sure the carbon monoxide buildings get to safe point and so the chief says that franklin elementary school principal made the call to error on the side of caution and cancel school for the day. >> follow developments out of boston this morning where police are searching for the woman that
they believe stabbed a man on boston common. fox25 park street "t" stop with the description of that woman. good morning, jess. >> good morning, sara and busy "t" stop one of the busiest on the mbta because it is right where the red line and green line meet and where this happened is actually just steps away from where few park rangers stabbed on the common last year. video scene here less than an hour and yesterday afternoon and right in the middle of rush hour and woman stabbed a man here several times and people that were on scene and erratically before it happened. >> slinging blood at people and he was just talking a bunch of cram to everybody. he was messing with somebody
that's when my friends and i stepped in. >> according to suffolk university police the suspect is described as woman wearing an animal print shirt carrying a large bag. she was last seen with man wearing a dark-colored hoodie walking toward washington street on winter street which is right across from the boston common. now, police they are still searching for that woman this morning and asking anyone who may go more about this and saw something yesterday and police officer responded at the scene here yesterday. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> new this morning fox25 is working to get more information about this crash happened at the borne rotary and had to be rescued and no word on injuries and cause of the crash. crash does remain under investigation.
>> former teacher now charged with sexually abuseing and road school in concord tells the concord monitor that don lavesk after inappropriate communication with student and sexually charging 14-year-old boy from the school. prosecutors also claim he had a sexual relationship with a teenage girl who was a former shaker roads students. 8:37 right now. prosecutors in new hampshire are urging a judge to uphold the felony conviction against' graduate prestigious st. paul school. in august owen labrie found guilty of setting underage classmate and lawyers say a separate conviction for using a computer to communicate with the victims should not stand. if it does labrie will be forced to register as sex offender for life. medford police say two men posed as online and then robbed people who arranged to meet with them. this morning police are
eric darden and brian newell charged with armed robbery and assault and accused of beating one alleged victim with bat last week. police say they also -- also suspected in at least three other robberies and all involve people that met on-site called meetme.com. west roxbury man behind bars for stabbing at grocery store. owner returned to the store police say he kicked the suspect out of the store sunday night and he came back-stabbing the owner and another employee before he was knocked unconscious. sodderburg was arraigned from his hospital bed charged with armed assault and intent to rob an assault with dangerous weapon. u.s. marshall now say a fugitive from hawaii may be in massachusetts. luke warner is supposed to be serving a ten year sentence for trafficking but instead of reporting the federal prison he chose to run and u.s. marshall
massachusetts and three other states and should be armed and dangerous and $10,000 award is being offered. >> man was target of messages after elected president of class last week. he was at a packed meeting last night as community rallied around him calling for an end to such incidents at the school. he didn't want to talk then but last week described some of the messages to fox25. >> black people he will never be a good president, he can't speak english. >> lawyer tells fox25 supporters are planning a rally in the teen's honor this weekend. meantime six students had been suspended for the incident and middlesex district attorney says
and congrats to all of them. >> bill cosby will have to answer under oath about sexual assault charges against him. >> happened live this morning during the 5:00 a.m. newscast. what this woman said who has been awarded the nobel peace prize. >> we are keeping a close eye on morning drive times right now 25 minutes on the pike eastbound from the weston tolls into boston. shiri? >> and heaviest rain up across the mass new hampshire border here through 5:00 p.m. over a quarter inch of rain in nashua but look what happened once we hit the evening hours we get the over quarter inch of rain in boston as well as and timing out the downpours coming up before i go though it is firehouse friday and founded by mother of fallen firefighter michael kennedy and last fall foundation is improving firefighters.
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crane and germany to talk the economy and syrian refugee crisis and organized by new hampshire senator gene ha sheen. >> new report shows the most important transportation issues for the city of boston. the city spent a year asking for input for its go boston 2030 plan and globe reports that more than 6,000 people responded. they are concerned about issues getting the speed limit lowered by 5 miles per hour and expanding train station services
car or bike shares and people want more poorer households to spend less on transportation and final action plan will be released in the spring. food fight of sorts has broken out over dumplings in two local businesses. dumpling daughter opened one year ago in weston and not long after two employees left to open their own dumpling girl. she is suing they copied menu and stole secret family recipes. the woman that filed the lawsuit is daughter that owned several high-end chinese restaurants in the boston area. she says many of the recipes
came from her mom. live look at zakim bridge where you can see making it over bridge at decent pace, a little backed up on leverett connector right now. here are live drive times 24 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 21 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike and 32 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. shiri, i feel like the traffic god smiled on us this morning and then this afternoon and evening it is going to be tough. >> a little bit of sunshine that
today and heavy rain, wind, thunderstorms, reason in the medium category not high we will get them just going to be scattered and here is deal. best chance for severe weather where you can see the deep shading, severe weather outbreak is not expected today, any kind of severe weather we get going to be isolated, risk is there and have to let you know the exceptions are going to be the cape, north shore and southern new hampshire where it is a little less likely we are going to see some of the worst of the winds, in fact, but warm and humid air moving into town and this is really what's priming us for the downpours, downpours right now, sliding across central and northern new england but cold front that's attached to that storm system that brings us our own gusts and showers later on today. so winds gusting up from the south and southwest between about 30 and 40 miles per hour later today that is going to be a noticeable wind, going to be a wind whipped later here and right now 57 with break if the clouds, mostly cloudy here and 68 at noon time and about 70 at
3:00 p.m. and showers just north and west of boston still, so through the morning spots to watch southern new hampshire, southern vermont, most of massachusetts dry, further south and east you go more sunshine you will get this morning and head to about 3:00 p.m. i say 495 and outside of that we got showers and this is the time i know a lot of kids coming home from school and folks headed home from work from boston northward we got some pretty juicy showers out there including some downpours you can see the oranges, the reds, yellows on the map that continue and spill southward here through the evening commute and friday night and this is why i'm saying friday night plans definitely going to get messy here. we got the pops of heavy rain and within some of the stronger storms we are going to get some wind gusts and there comes the threat for severe thunderstorms again isolated that's it, these storm out of here by midnight and clear out by the time you wake up tomorrow it is going to be completely clear and it is going to be a gorgeous weekend. for high temperature today though with the clouds moving in, rain moving in you're not
going to find much variation from 70 in boston and malden to 72 in milton and 73 in brookline today and central massachusetts and rise into the upper 60s and lower 70s and got 66 in worcester today as well as northborough 69 in fitchburg, 70 if bellingham and let's go down to the cape, in fact, because temperatures there as well pretty even with what we see elsewhere, 66 in eastham and 68 in dennis, 70 in bourne this afternoon and shot getting up to 70 in most spots and tomorrow going to be upper 50s and look at how we warm up across the
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speaking to group of high school students. now students are banding together saying two bound to education to lose. >> he is engaging, devoted, connected to all the students in one way or another and only one that these high schoolers have come to voice and it only one that i know that a lot of us will come back to visit and he has made such a difference in everyone's life that we can't say no. >> fox25 spoke to school board members looking into the whole further. parents told about when kids should start school. coming up at nine why doctors should be the age of kindergarten. >> i have temperatures today 70 and rain and wind moving down, looks like cooldown tomorrow and going to break down a pretty great weekend warm-up next. plus uber slapped with a federal lawsuit.