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the coldest air of the season heading our way. >> this morning, could leave people stranded without a ride, fox 25 news is finding how it can impact people here. >> and a new political ad causes controversy. >> but mrs. clinton,ya. >> why a local mother tells fox 25 news she wants this ad pulled from the air. >> plus a trooper hospitalized after a tractor trailer plows into his suv. good morning. and thanks for having fox 25 news 6 a.m. this saturday, october 17th. we're glad to have you with us this morning, i'm blair miller. >> good morning everyone i'm julie. let's check in with rob for today's weather. it's already very cold out there, rob.
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>> it's getting colder each morning as we head through the weekend. i already have a freeze warning up for most of the area for tonight into sunday morning. notice, boston into the cape not included in that freeze warning for tonight. however, tomorrow morning will be even colder, already have a freeze watch for boston and the cape for tomorrow night into monday morning. if you don't get the freeze tonight, you will likely get that freeze sunday night into monday morning. >> currently 35 in the vineyard, moderate shower moving east across the convenient jarred at this hour. elsewhere fairly quiet. 38 in foxboro, 48 the temperature in boston. 49 in worcester. on our way mid 50s, again, passing shower possible at time this is morning. otherwise partly sunny skies, getting very cold tonight. show you some of the numbers later on in the broadcast. this morning, an investigation is underway, after a state trooper was heard during a crash on the males pike. we brought you the news last night.
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on the east side of newton, just before 10 o'clock. that trooper was part of a work detail, when a tractor trailer hit his cruiser, no word on the trooper's condition, but we do know he was brought with mass. general last night with possible serious injuries. >> new this morning, new hampshire state police are still investigating an early morning crash but say alcohol and speed were likely causes, happened before 3 a.m., route 16 south in dover, arrested john label for dwi. he couldn't make the curb and ended up overriding it. is due in court next month. >> police in quincy investigating a death of a man struck by a train around 8:30 last night. released. but the mbta says he was trespassing. >> it is now 6:20 02 and
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happening today, uber drivers are demanding change which means drivers may end up waiting for service this weekend. >> that's right. local uber drivers are planning to strike: live in boston. where the strike could create more problems for people plan to go go to an event today. >> reporter: set to start in two hours, 4,000 people expected to show up. traffic pretty light, pretty smooth sailing on the pike, that's going to change in the next few hours. because parking is limited, uber could be a good option. but some uber drivers say you could be out of luck because they're going to be sitting home this weekend. they started protesting yesterday, they're going to sit out through sunday. one driver told me they're making minimum wage, so $9 an
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pay for gas, and car upkeep, some of them are having a hard time supporting their families. >> it's coming to a point where guys are going to have to stop doing this and do something else because they're not making enough. >> reporter: now in a statement, uber boston told fox 25 that they always welcome feedback from drivers and say a lot of their drivers are not taking part in this protest and are very happy with their jobs. i also spoke with an uber spokeswoman about potential price surging because of that protest and coming up in 30 minutes i'll have her response. in boston, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> new this morning, a mother in massachusetts is in state police custody after taking off with her sick baby, tiffany and cavan knee cherry were found after an amber alert issued this morning, you may have gotten that alert on your phone. this all started yesterday
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tiffany took off instead of getting the baby medical help as instructed. again, both have been located. new this morning, narrowly escaped capture yesterday and hurt his face and leg in the process. it's not clear how he was hurt. but officials say it was not from a confrontation with police. el chapo has been on the run when he broke out of a prison in july. >> more on the killing of a teacher, the state lost its bid to evaluate phillip chism. right now he's undergoing mental evaluation at a hospital in worcester. the judge ordered the check on thursday. during jury selection, he was seen banging his head and talking with invisible people. he's accused of killing colleen ritzer in 2013. another high profile case will be in court on monday. katherine greg will be in court
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on contempt charges. she refused to testify before a grand jury, whether anyone else helped bulger while he was on the run for 16 years. >> police in new hampshire, are investigating an armed robbery, it happened early friday morning at a gas station on east hollis street. take a look at the suspect's picture. he's a black man, between five seven and five ten. he's accused of using a knife to rob the gas station. in lynn, police are investigating a bank robbery. there's a picture of the suspect, he's between 30 and 40 years old. over 6 feet tall and more than 30 200 pounds. >> time now 6:06, police in everett on high alert after a string of break ins. most of the cars involved were unlocked with no alarm. it may sound like common sense police want to remind you to lock your doors and don't keep anything valuable inside of
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this morning, the coast guard are working on sea port from hackers, taking too long to improve cyber security from ship and port operations. now the coast guard is outlining its plans to work with port with cyber threats were and also come up with new ways to boost security. the owner cyber attack in a port could disrupt the 1.3 trillion dollar industry. >> certainly this is a possibility. and the threat is real and something that needs to have the immediate attention of court operators and owners. >> the coast guard is also developing a signer risk profiles for ports with hazardous liquid cargo. >> new hampshire police believe they found the body of a missing hiker missing for a week. 64 year old claire is from westwood. she left for a five day, 26 mile hike in the white mountain national forest. whether she didn't show up for work, her brother reported her
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officials say she may have run into bad weather. >> if you attempt that crossing in heavy rains or in heavy flood waters, they're you're apt to get swept down river. >> right now, it's not clear how she died but we're told she's an experienced hiker. clean up continues today in california after heavy rain caused mud slides that trapped nearly 200 cars on a highway in the central part of the state. >> this morning, we're getting a first hand look at what the conditions were like for drivers. >> oh my god, this car is going to hit us. >> oh, we're floating. >> wow, that video, it looks scary out there. the woman in that car, ended up climbing thrutthe window, all of them made it to safety. their car one of the many that floated away in the area. authorities say so far no injuries reported. >> now presidential campaign 2016, in kings borrow, donald
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he spent the night at an elementary school there. voters spilled outside of the building once it was packed. he says the thousands of people, show he could win democratic states like massachusetts. >> you know why? i i think the democrats are so sick and tired of watching our country lose that they're going to vote for a republican. >> has spent the least of any republican candidate. some of the democrat candidates are in new hampshire, hillary clinton held at keen college before head to go nashville for a meet and greet. >> and i think the reason for that, is to me, pretty obvious. you know that our country does better when we have a democrat
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>> martin o'malley was also in the granite state. >> cnn is joe biden is on board for the run of the white house be and the official announcement could come any day. he called strategists to get their take on his winning. big changes at logan airport, being phased out with the merger with american airlines. here are a few helpful times flying either of those airlines out of boston. before you get to the airport, use aa.com. or the american mobile app for check in. the u.s. airways app no longer works. once you get to the airport, only departures of terminal b. three check in locations. and new signs on the curb to off and check in. >> the time, 6:10, a battle being fought in homes around the country.
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time now 6:13. and this morning, bad news for seniors and other retirees, come next year, anyone counting on social security will need to adjust their budgets, because benefits will not automatically increase, this is only the third time in four decades, the cost of living has not been adjusted. jack spoke with one senior sit sent who is worried about what's coming next. >> her mother came from a family of 16. >> larry miles is mad, he's 70 years old, getting month to month social security benefits. next month, his benefits will stay the same, despite a spike in expenses. >> reporter: is your cost of living going down.
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>> reporter: millions of social security recipients, additionaled veterans and retired federal workers and to make matters worse, medicare premiums are set to sore for many. annual increases are based on inflation, so a major reason for no increase next year, fallen gas prices. >> economists say americans should consider how older americans are spending their money. >> most americans aren't driving to work every day, they're worried about things like drugs, prescription drugs and we know that those have been rising faster than legislation. >> calling no rate unfair. >> we made a promise to seniors four years ago, that the cost of living adjustments reflected their cost of living. and we haven't kept that promise. >> reporter: gray son's bill 2016.
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>> and here in massachusetts, the change could affect the lives of people living with alzheimer's alzheimer's. it's called no wrong door and it's backed by federal funding. already being used in a number of other states. massachusetts has 120,000 people diagnosed with alzheimer's. no wrong door will launch in march. >> we weren't quite setting records this weekends but temperatures well below average. most of us will see a freeze. the exceptions will be the immediate downtown area of boston, the cape and the island. but tomorrow night even colder, so downtown, the came and islands, even those areas will likely dip into freezing sunday night into monday morning. on top of that a little on the blustery side, with gusts up to 25, not just this afternoon but tomorrow afternoon as well. here's the question on everyone's mind, how low will it
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get tonight, down to about 34 in boston, no freeze there, 39 in p town, no problem there. get further out, 39 in brockton, 39 in framingham, 27 in worcester overnight tonight. and tomorrow night temperatures a few degrees colder. so if you don't get the freeze tomorrow. currently sitting at 38 in boston, 30 in norwood. 35, the current temperature right now in the vineyard, actually having rain work its way across the area right now. just rain, a very cold rain sitting at 35 degrees. chance for a few spotty showers here or there, very hit and miss through the morning hours, as we head through the afternoon, partly sunny skies a little on the blustery side, check in with the winds right now, 5, 10 miles per hour, many areas less than that. not an issue currently but winds will pick up later this afternoon. up to near 25 being frequent. there's that shower again, brief downpour working its way across the convenient yards. that moving out to the east fairly quickly. that will be in and out of here
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fairly quickment. and elsewhere on the radar not a whole lot going on. i do see these little blips here and there. but that rain very light. that's something we're going to watch through the morning hours. otherwise partly sunny skies. it's all part of an area of low pressure spinning around the canadian border. that indicates snow, a few 10ths of an inch in the white mountains, new hampshire and vermont as we head through the day today. for us, though, that area of low pressure will drag a cold front in here, behind that cold front as you might expect it gets cold so very chilly overnight tonight high temperatures tomorrow only in the upper 40s, that's it. keep in mind, 61 an average high for this time of year.
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night into monday morning. where temperatures, again, monday morning will likely be down into the upper teens and -- excuse me. upper 20s and low 30s. that would be sunday night into monday morning. fortunately, after monday morning, things do warm up nicely and temperatures get back to normal as we head into the middle part of next week. >> it is now 6:19. new this morning, progress being report understand the case of former nba player, lamar odom. he has woken up and said hi to his wife. he has been hospitalized since tuesday. odom's coach says he's using a mask to breathe but seems to be making progress. >> happening today, the annual dj fund will happen in easton. in honor of henry who was shot
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it false on the fifth anniversary of henry's death. registration starts at 9:30 a.m. northeastston. >> a city of new hampshire is barking off plans to enforce a citywide curfew for anyone under the age of 16. now that means, they only have to stick to the curfew issued by their parents. they wanted kids off the streets by 11 o'clock on weekends, but 9 o'clock on week nights. with -- >> a new york woman, won't get a penny after they sued her nephew for actually breaking her arm. this story had everyone buzzing all week long. jennifer said the boy, actually a friend of her cousin, knocked her over, after leaping into her you. >> its happened four years ago. it's not clear why she decided
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at first, she said she was teaching the boy a responsibility. but then, homeowners's insurance to cover medical costs. either way, it doesn't look good, especially since the boy's mom died last year. >> fiasco well put. bizarre on several levels there. >> i don't know if he'll be running and hugging. >> an innocent trip to the store turns into anything but. >> what is going on at target right now? >> after the break, target is now apologizing after one store goes x-rated. this is not the first time it has happened.
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until then use the parking brake and make sure it's in park. >> recalling aseat met fin tablets, 500 milligrams. mislabelled on 325, and overdosing on the pills could lead to liver failure. the pills were sold at drugstores between june and september of this year. medline will refund the cost of the refill bottle. >> actively investigating after pornographic noises blared over the loudspeakers, sending store employees scrambling to figure out the source were and customers say they could not believe what they were hearing. >> what is going on at target right now? >> i was smiling because in hindsight it's funny. if you were in the store then, traumatizing. it lasted for about 15 minutes,
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x rated broadcast and then apologized. then it started again, this time with flaring in the mix. >> to me, that's not okay to have someone experience, especially your regular shoppers. >> target, says they take this issue very seriously. but this is not the first time happened. during that broadcast, the store was evacuated until the audio was turned off. i'm thinking of all the kids inside the store at the time. >> that's the question, what exactly is that? did it lead to the birds and bees conversation, who knows. a dramatic attempt at making a difference, coming you, parents willing to share the best and worst of their child's lives with the world. the latest step against opoid abuse. >> i'll tell you when the temperature will dip below 32 in your area coming up.
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grauert. let's check in with rob for today's weather. >> chilly this morning, even colder tomorrow, monday morning freeze warnings issued for most of the area for today. the exception would be boston, the came, and the island, not under the freeze warning for tonight. but tomorrow night into monday morning will be even colder. already have a freeze watch for the downtown area and for the capes and the island. that will be sunday night into monday morning, if you don't get the freeze tonight, many of us will, you will, as you head into sunday and monday. on the radar, a quick downpour, even a little lightning moving over the convenient yard. moving east, so getting out is east. one other shower headed towards nantucket itself. 46 in the vineyard, 42 brewster, 38 in taunton, 38 in foxboro. little sprinkles here and there on the radar. so light they're not actually hitting the ground.
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two kind of isolated showers this morning. otherwise, partly sunny skies as we head into the noon hours. but temperatures only hit 50s at peak heating later on this afternoon. 29 in framingham, 29 in lowell. so many of you wills will see freezing temperatures tonight and then even colder tomorrow night. we'll talk a little more about that in just a few minutes. >> and, blare, those cool temperatures aren't going to help people in this story. uber customers will be shivering waiting for rides this weekend. >> this is part of the fight for better pay and more tips. it could create even more problems for people planning to attend a big event today stephanie. >> reporter: and some of the drivers telling me they're willing to stay out this
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weekend, willing without pay to make a point. this is a flyer that some of the drivers handed out yesterday, you can see in the upper corner right here, it says united we stand, stands united. and we were actually there yesterday when a handful of drivers were outside the uber headquarters handing out the flyers. this is all as a protest this weekend. now, in a statement, uber boston told fox 25 that a lot of their drivers are not taking part of this protest and they are happy with their jobs, they also told us that they welcomed feedback from drivers, but one driver who is striking at the very strong worlds about how uber treats them. >> how can you say something about guys, family members, driving around helping build your empire and then you are just going to toss them out like they're a trash bag. you just don't do that. >> reporter: i also asked a spokeswoman about price surging
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and whether this protest could impact prices this weekend. she told me that it really shouldn't because they do have striking. she said that any price surge customers would be unrelated. and coming up, the three main reasons drivers say they're striking. otherwise they told me this job simply isn't worth it. in boston, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> happening today, 4 hundred thousand people are expected to line the banks of the charles river to cheer on athletes from around the world. today is 51st running of the head of the charles regatta, compete in 61 roeing races, start at boston university boat house and make their way to artesani park from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. just a few parts of manchester by the sea are without water this morning after a water main break yesterday morning.
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streets broke and for a while water was cut off to the whole town. now only the areas of pine, beach, and central streets are still waiting for water. officials are still working to figure out why the main broke. but part of the line is more than 100 years old. >> time now 6:33 and new this morning, one person dead, another in custody, after a deadly crash in westport. it happened yesterday along route 6. the herald reports a 63 year old man is accused of driving recklessly and suspected of being drunk when he rear-ended another car. the woman in that car was thrown from her vehicle and killed. no word on the names of the people involved. this morning. one of the cars was stolen in walpole and involved in a police towns. it continued until the person driving the car bailed into the person's driveway in brain tree. released from jail after being there from court.
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>> at 7 o'clock, i was getting a ride to the bank and everything got out of control. >> reporter: did you tell your friends to stop? >> everything was going -- i'm just worried about my life. i put on my seatbelt. >> walpole investigators working with several other towns to see if they're all the breaks ins are connected. >> arlington police hoping this sketch will help them capture a bank robber at the winchester savings bank. no one was hurt. area schools were told to shelter in place while police investigated. two people in custody after a shooting outside of a busy t station. it happened yesterday during the morning commute. it started as a fight inside the forest hills in jamaica plain and then spilled outside. no one was hurt and no word on the suspect's name this morning. >> a student in custody after finding a gun in the locker. it happened in pits feeled. the berkshire eagle, the small sal libber pistol and a clib of bullets were found.
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students shelter understand place during the investigation. no word on the student's name and the charges he or she could face. also this morning, the mother of winchester native demanding that a new political ad be pulled from the air. >> dear hillary clinton, i like to ask that you ignore for help in benghazi then four americans were killed. >> that ad aired during the democratic debate. it was paid for by the stop hillary pack and used the victim's likeness without getting permission from their families. barbara doherty told fox 25 not only did she not give her permission, but the ad does not reflect her son's character. >> it is not okay to have my son talking from his grave. he was not political. alive. >> doherty tells us, she wants the ad pulled and plans to send
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a letter to television executives on this very issue. >> a groom of mothers determined to keep a little girl's memory alive. how they're working together to make sure bella bond is never forgotten. >> plus a strange case in a community, how the plan is underway to catch an exotic bird and how he's a nuisance there.
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nantucket time now 6:39 and a health warning out of suffolk county where a person there has west mild virus, bringing the total up to 9 cases for the state. the department of public health says the unidentified patient is in her 30s and likely contracted the virus locally. she did not require treatment in the hospital. >> new this morning, a viewer sent us this picture, saying this is a wolf they spot understand the mount veteran area of lawrence. take a look and it looks like a lot like a wolf. fox 25 has not confirmed with officials what exactly the animal is. but looks like a wolf, maybe a coy quote tee hanging out on the steps. another animal on the loose, programs more odd. the search is on for dine no the cockatoo.
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includes thousands of damage to the house where robert f kennedy was born after the bird tore up the shingles. the bird has been on the lamb since july. >> he was about to go back in the cage and he said no. and he just took off. >> he said no. he's a talking cockatoo. the animal league set traps and tried to coax him on a porch where a homeowner was feeding him but dine know wasn't biting. and is still at large. >> 95 cars including a bmw, will all be auctioned off. all of them have been at the airport for more than a year, some sitting unclaimed since 2009. it's happening at a logan bus garage where the cars are being stored. that auction gets underway at 10 o'clock this morning. anyone who wants a look at the cars first should get there at 8 o'clock.
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who has the plan for jobs? jeb. tax cuts for the middle class. eliminates special loopholes. an explosion in growth and new jobs. jeb: cut taxes. grow america. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. >> welcome back everyone. it's a growing problem around the country. overdoses. in massachusetts, last year died. now parents are fighting back, sharing their heartbreaking stories in an unusual way. fox 25 crystal haines talk with people using obituaries for a powerful message. >> and a kid who is so well loved and liked and intelligent, and it killed him. >> 27 year old adam monthser
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loved adventure, choosing a job on a commercial fishing boat over wall street. but it was his choice to try heroin that ended his life. >> this isn't a weekend joe joy ride, this kills. >> the granite state saw 320 people die in opiate related deaths last year and officials say they'll likely pass that number this year. >> adam's parents say, enough is enough. they wrote this obituary admitting to friends and family that their son made a, quote, bad decision and the monthsers aren't the first to do this. they had inspiration. >> she loved to read, she loved old movies she loved heroin at the ends and that's what killed her. >> when tom park's daughter molly died last winter, her heart breaking and honest obituary went viral. >> we wanted people to know that people are dying of adiksz and
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people. >> did you ever think that it was going to go viral. >> not at all. my intention was to get to addicted. >> the obituary touched more than molly's friends. some were, quote, dying unexpected from complications of a heroin overdose, or succumbing addiction. owner of the one of the largest funeral homes in the middle east they've responded to over 50 heroin death this year alone. >> whether it be on the obituary pages or facebook or twitter, to say, yes, our family member has passed away, it's very sad but he or she was a heroin abuser. >> every time i see one, it tears a piece of my heart out. >> seeing these brave obituaries doesn't making losing his
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daughter easier but it makes -- >> we have to remove the stigma so people can get help because we're losing a whole generation. >> the parents of fox 25, say taking the shame out of adicks, is taking one step of fighting the opoid eppi-mick. >> the state police forensics crime lab is having trouble keeping up with samples sent to the office. the lab currently receives 750 case as month. but only has the resources to process about 500. and many of those samples are coming from two places. >> nash to a of manchester, so we're receiving the vast majority from those two cities. they're working on a grant to help them process more samples. on average, boston wouldn't see the first freeze of the cool
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season until november 8th, that's boston. that's based on data from logan airport. again, that's november 8th. but even that area, downtown boston, logan could actually see temperatures below freezing sunday night into monday morning. which would be the earliest that has happened at boston logan since october 10th, 1979. if you're thinking, it seems a little cool for this time of year. you're right. not quite records breaking, though. 30 in norwood, got 44 in manchester, 45 out on the vineyard, where we've been tracking some showers for most of the morning. winds not so much of an issue at the moment. but will be a little gusty later on this afternoon. gusts over 25 out of the west, northwest, will be frequent. that might be the only issue, for the races, head of the charles race as we head through the day today. otherwise no problems again. a little gusty out there. should get up to 53 in boston this afternoon. but only 47 tomorrow afternoon. meanwhile the vineyard 58
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tomorrow afternoon. but only 48 tomorrow afternoon. today will be cool by october standards. tomorrow will feel more like mid november than mid october. if you're headed up north, the northern parts of vermont and new hampshire, not out of question, could see a bit of snow there. if you look closely on the radar, a couple. strikes of lightning through nantucket sound. one working its way across nantucket. raising east about 15 miles per hours. do see a very light rain across the north shore, working towards worcester, so light probably not even hitting the ground, don't be surprised if you see a sprinkler kel or two, drop or two of rain, random through the morning hours, part sunny skies this afternoon. all part of a low pressure circling around the canadian border, that would indicate the snow across maine and up to the
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canadian border. if you're headed up that way to check out the leaves, notice the decimal point here. .1,.2,.3 inches of rain. just enough to kind of coat and add to the color. 55 this afternoon, 48 tomorrow and. down into the 20s sunday and monday morning. if you can get through that, temperatures rebound to normal through the rest of the week. >> plenty cool out there for the races. anybody racing any kind of race today. tonight people in manchester will mark the birthday with a 5 k. the race starts at 10 o'clock. >> south african oscar pistorius will be released from jail after a year of his five year sentence
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of the death of his girlfriend. he was found guilty of culpable homicide. once he's out of prison, he will spend the rest of his sentence on house arrest. >> patching up problems with the big dig. coming up this morning, how all of those repairs add to up. and what it means for the state to the tunnel. >> time to look at what's happening with all of th we need to disrupt the old order in washington, dc. we can do a lot better by applying conservative principles we should lower rates and simplify the code to allow people to freely decide how they want to spend their money. what we need is leadership to fix a few big things... so that this country takes off and soars where people can dream the biggest possible dreams... and pursue them with a vengeance. (applause) jeb. proven conservative. real results. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. selling 18 homes? easy. building them all in four and a half months?
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tried and retried to get any patriots to acknowledge the colts game. but of course we failed. it's just another game, folks. and dionne look wills back at practice on friday. quarterback, troy brown did not participate. he is out with a foot injury. the patsdz did reclaim shawn melvin off of waivers on monday. after missing the previous two games andrew love is set to start on monday versus the patriots. apparently a shoulder is good enough to unseat matt hasselbeck at quarterback. but is question is the colts good enough to get in this game. fox game, rockland, two team that is have a rivalry that used to reserve that game for thanksgiving but now a regular season game. randolph at home, looking to snap a three game losing streak. randolph trailing, marco, pass to paul perkins, look at this
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rockland and blue dogs were still up in the first half mainly because of plays like that. matt dunn, pretty pass. better catch by stephan morris. 22-7 in the half. quarterback, marco durham gets it into the ends zone, in the ends randolph with a win over rockland 24-28. be sure to tune in tonight, i'll have a report from indianapolis but for now, fox 25 sports. >> this is for your lucky charms fans out there. the clock is ticking to enjoy a box of serial that is marshmallow only. after years of requesting, general mills is making dreams come true. >> but only for 10 lucky people win from twitter and instagram.
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pretending to hold a box and upload it. lucky 10 sweep stakes for it to count. a lot of people getting into this already so. >> do you think it comes with a number for dentist. shoor gar, delicious. >> leaks are springing in the big dig, adding millions of dollars in water and millions of dollars in repairs. >> that would make me think, it's going to pop one day. >> how the state is taking care of the problem and what it will cost long term. >> seeing a few clouds across the downtown skyline, tracking some showers, and tracking the coldest care of the season coming up. >> and coming together to honor
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what a group of local mothers >> now, on the fox 25 morning news, the coldest air of the weekend. i'll tell you when to expect temperatures below freezing. >> uber drivers protesting, their main demands and the potential impact to customers this weekend. >> and a new political attack ad. hurting more than the candidate it's targeting. >> i'd like to hear why you tried to silence the benghazi whistle blower. but mrs. clinton, i can't. >> why a local mother fells fox 25 she wants this ad pulled from the air. >> plus a trooper hospitalized
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what he was doing when a tractor trailer plowed into his suv. >> good morning everyone. thanks for watching fox 25 morning news, it is 7 a.m. this saturday, october 17th, good to have you with you will this morning i'm blair miller. >> good morning, everyonely i'm julie grauert. let's check in with meteorologist rob ikekert for the weather. >> just for the record, don't blame the new guy for the weather. just here on the seconds weekend. boston, the cape, the island, not included for the freeze warning for tonight. however, it will be even colder as we head into sunday night into monday morning, already have a freeze watch up for boston and the cape and that's again for tomorrow night into monday morning. so bottom line, if you don't get the freeze tonight, you likely will tomorrow night. so by the ends of the weekend, everyone should have the growing season come to an end. mean while on the radar, tracking some rain, even some lightning, right over nantucket sounds, with downpour, no
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lightning in this particular shower, but do have a heavy downpour heading towards nantucket with lightning out at the cape. 30 right now in boon. 48 in boston. 41 in portsmouth and see on the north shore here, a few sprinkles on the radar. most of that probably not hitting the grounds but do look out for the occasional drop of rain very very random this morning. part skies this afternoon. that peak hitting may be 55 at best, middle of the afternoon in the boston area and then as soon as that sun sets, temperatures will drop, and drop fast, 34 in lowell. so outside of downtown, outside of the cape and the island, most of us will see sub freezing temperatures, tomorrow night even colder, talk about that in a few minutes. >> new this morning, a mother is in police custody after taking off with her sick baby. tiffany and cavicherry were found in boston area after an
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this morning. two month old caviis being treated for severe dehydration, this started in pennsylvania, when tiffany took off instead of getting the baby medical help as instructed. >> investigation is underway after a state trooper was hurt mass. pike. we first brought you this news shortly after it happened around in newton. part of a work detail, when a tractor trailer hitted cruiser. no word on the trooper's condition, we do know he was taken to mass. general last night with possible serious injuries. police in convince see investigating the death of a man struck by a train. on the old colony line around 8 last night. that man's name and age not released but the meteorologist says he was trespassing when he was hit by a commuter rail train. >> happening today, uber drivers are dmafrnldzing change. >> fox 25 told that local uber drivers are plan to go strike,
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higher pay and tips. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is in boston where the strike could create even more problems for people going to a big event today. >> reporter: some of those uber drivers protesting told me they're willing to sit out this weekend and go without pay all to make a point. take a look. this is a flyer that some of them were handing out yesterday, you can actually see that it says stand united. we were actually there yesterday when a handful of drivers stood outside the uber headquarters in boston and they plan to protest through the weekend. in a statement, uber boston told fox 25 a lot of their drivers not taking part in the protests and they're happy with their jobs. they also said they always welcome feedback from drivers. but one driver who is striking had some very strong words about how uber treats them. >> how can you say something about guys, people, family members who are driving around, helping you build your empire
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and then you're just going to toss them out like they're a trash bag, you just don't do that. >> reporter: and i did ask a spokeswoman about price surging and whether this protest could impact prices. she told me it shouldn't because they do have enough drivers who aren't striking. she said any price surge customers do see could be unrelated. meantime, drivers say they need to pay for gas, they need to pay for maintenance, they need to pay for tolls and that is why they're demanding higher rates. in boston, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> new this morning, authorities in mexico are narrowing in on fugitive drug lord el chapo. they tracked him to northeast mexico and said he narrowly escaped their grams hurting his face and leg in the process. it was not from a confrontation from police being hurt. >> more now on the trial of a teenager accused of killing his
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bid to appoint its own expert to evaluate chism. chism is undergoing another mental evaluation in a hospital in worcester. during jury shrek, chism was seen banging his head and talking to invisible people. he's accused of killing dancevers high school math teacher colleen ritzer in 2013. >>. a long time girlfriend of whitey bulger, katherine greg will be in court. refused to testify whether anyone else helped bulger while he was on the run for 17 years. >> it is now 7:05. police in new hampshire are investigating an armed robbery. after midnight on friday at a gas station on east hollis street. he's a black man between five seven and five ten, he's accused of thank yousing a knife to rob
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with any information. >> in lynn, a bank robbery is being investigated. here's a picture of the suspect, between 30 and 40 years old, over six feed tall, call police if you can help. >> police in everett on high alert. after a string of car break ins there. happening around elm street. post most of the cars were unlocked with no alarm. it may sound like common sense, police want you to lock your doors and don't keep anything valuable inside of them. this morning, the coast guard are working on new ways to protect hackers, after a government hacker is taking too long to improve cyber security when it comes to ship and port operations. now the coast guard is outlining its plans to work on portsz that assess cyber threats and also come up with new ways to boost security. the audit says a cyber attack at a port could disrupt the 1.3 trillion dollar industry. >> certainly this is a possibility. and the threat is real.
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and something that needs to have the immediate attention of court operators and owners. >> the coast guard also developing a cyber risk profile for ports with hazardous liquid cargo. >> assad up date for a hiker went missing in the white mountains, they believe they found 64 year old claire's body. her brother reported her missing earlier this week after she didn't show up for work. yesterday a body was found about 2 miles from the trail head. new hampshire officials say she may have run into bad weather. >> if you attempt that crossing in heavy rains or in heavy flood waters, then you're amount to get swept down river. >> right now it's not clear how she died. but we're told she was an experienced hiker. >> clean up continues today in california after 200 cars became trap understand mud slides caused by heavy rains along the highway in if central part of the state. this morning, we're get willing a first hand look at what the conditions were like for drivers. >> oh, my god, this car is going to hit us.
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>> oh, we're floating, we're floating. >> the women in that car ended up climbing through a window and making it to safety. quite scary, though, their car is one of many that floated away in the area. no word of any deaths related to that weather. >> now to election 2016 and the presidential hopefuls spent friday campaigning in new england. gop front-runner donald trump drew quite a crowd. he spent the night at an elementary school there. once it was packed inside, he said the thousands of people attend such events show he could win, democratic strong hold states like massachusetts. >> you know why? i think the democrats are so sick and tired of watching our country lose that they're going to vote for the republican if this is the one. i really believe its. >> and new poll this morning, has spent the less of any republican candidate, is little
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hillary clinton held a town hall meeting at keene state college before head to go nashua for a meet and greet. >> and i think the reason for that is, to me, pretty obvious, you know that our country does better when we have a democrat in the whitehouse. martin o'malley was also there in the granite state, he held a few events in concord. >> another democrat in the race, cnn is reporting vice-president joe biden's family is on board with the run for the whitehouse and the official announcement could come any day. the vice president made calls this week to strategists. >> big changes starting at logan airport. u.s. airlines is being phased out as part of a merger with american airlines, here are a few helpful tips for anyone flying out of those airlines out of boston. before you get to the airport, use aa.com or mobile app for check in.
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the u.s. airways app no longer works. once you get to the airport, only departures of terminal b. three check in locations, take a look at them on the screen, look for new signs on the curb as to where to go for drop off and check ins. ransacked and burglarized, the reason why they think the burglar had inside knowledge. plus. >> children come to have anything for them. >> in the wake of the bella bond tragedy, a group of local mothers banding together with a new goal. next their efforts to make sure other children don't suffer like she did. >> not as intense as yesterday morning, but tracking some downpours, even a couple of
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>> the cause of this fire, that destroyed a historical building accident. it most likely started when a propane ignited during a repair project. an electrical cause of the fire not ruled out as a cause. it was 300 years old and used to be a barn. >> a boston man under arrest after police busted him with an
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illegal gun. for report of a man with a gun thursday night, officers patted down 8 men in the area, 22 year old rashop edwards with a loaded semiautomatic pistol with scratched off serial numbers. edwards now faces several gun charges. >> remembering bella, a groom of mothers have made it their mission to keep the little girl's legacy alive. her body was found this summer on deer island, but her death haunts many of us. now as elizabeth hopkins explains, the group of mothers wants to make sure no other child endures what bella did. >> they have an assembly line going on inside this braintree storefront. gathering donations and packing them up in honor of bella bonds. >> it seems so sad to me, that alive with nothing. >> nickel and her friends wanted to help other children like bella. they decided to collect donations like clothing, tooth brushes and toys, to children
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away from their family in foster care. >> it's very challenging at times whether children come to have anything for them. >> jennifer ashley has been a foster parent for a decade. she told us how sometimes kids come to them in the middle of the night with just the clothes on their back. >> the child, i am mean, they're very self aware that they don't have anything around them that they're used to and that they're not dressed, quote, unquote, appropriately. >> that's what nickel and the group of mothers want to change. they set up 50 drop off locations across massachusetts and pack a bag of goodies for these children. >> some of the children, they come into foster care with just the clothes on their back and they're going from place to place with a garbage bag full of random stuff. and you know, with the backpack, they have something that's truly theirs. >> that was fox 25 elizabeth hopkins reporting.
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so we have a link on our website, go to myfoxboston.com. >> a family that lost everything in this boat fire in quincy says their community has rallied around them like they never expected. their maritime neighbors have become like family. adding that in the wake is fire last week, they've given them a place to stay and helped them race $5,000, their insurance company will only cover the cost of the boat. >> more police departments are joining the push to find more beds for opoid addicts, water town police are joining another group that specializes in addiction recovery. the idea started on a program started by police in gloucester. that community helps to find treatment beds for addicts. police in watertown, also declared next week as a race to stigma week. police playing a part in keeping drugs out of schools. pelham high school to hold a fire drill yesterday morning and while students were out of school, several canine teams
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for drugs. reports no drugs or paraphernalia found in the sweep. >> a police officer died months after the shoot out with the marathon bombers honored in a special ceremony. simmons was heard in an explosion during the watertown shoot out. he died last year from a brain aneurysm. officials say the memorial is important not only to the families of the officer but also the community. >> they're permanently on this wall so generations to come won't forget that they gave up their lifes to make sure they're citizens of this great city and their homes. >> governor charlie baker also attended the event and called simmons a hero. >> just about everyone will see the growing season come to an end this weekend. freeze likely for most of the area, overnight tonight into tomorrow morning. the exception will be right in the immediate downtown area.
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colder so even downtown boston, even the cape will likely seeing sub freezing temperatures sunday night into monday morning, that's a lot sooner than you normally would expect to see a freeze in downtown boston. on top of that, a little on the gusty side, both today and tomorrow, with gusts over 25 miles an hour, fairly frequently the north, northwest. that would be the only issue for charles. 42 right now in the vineyard. last hour they were getting breaking out. that's the case this morning. a couple of passing showers. don't be surprised if you see one or two of those. otherwise part sunny skies this afternoon. temperatures mainly in the mid 50s by the afternoon. currentsly sitting at 48 in boston right now. winds currently not all that impressive. more like 15 in worcester, some areas reporting calm winds. we are expecting those winds to pick up a little bit as we head into the afternoon. with the wind gusts over 25 being fairly common. on the radar, this is the shower
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we've been watching the last hour, over nantucket, an hour -- rather martha's vineyard an hour ago, now heading across nantucket found and out to sea. this will be getting out of the area. a couple of lightning strikes mixed in there. elsewhere on the radar, it's not as impressive but do have some light returns ark little bit of green here on the north show, likely so light, probably not even hitting the ground. but don't be surprised if you see a sprinkle or two of rain in parts of the north shore this afternoon. north shore, moving into northern maine, notice the white and the blue, would indicate snow currently falling, here we are mid october and got snow not that samed area of low pressure as it moves eventually out into the connecticut maritimes here, will drag a cold front later on today. it's that cold front that will cause the winds to shift around to the north west, around that
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cold front, as you might expect, it gets cold, awfully chilly later on tonight and very cold when you're out the door tomorrow morning. tomorrow temperatures only in the mid 40s and getting colder from there, sunday night into monday morning. sunday night into monday morning, that will likely be the temperatures, look at this, we've got 34 31 in boston, we've got 30 in providence, 26 in worcester, so very cold temperatures expected monday morning, not quite record breaking but still well below normal for this time of year. if you get through that, it does become a little bit better. 53 by monday afternoon, 64 by tools afternoon. next chance of rain coming wednesday night into thursday morning. courtesy of a cold front, that front likely to bring us a slight cool down for the end of the workweek. >> coming up this morning, the questions of safety over the staggering figures showing how much water is leaks into the big
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. >> one of the most interesting exchanges in this week's democratic debate concerned the subject of socialism, this centered around european countries are considered ahead of the u.s. in certain aspects. bob breaks down the arguments. >> reporter: bernie sanders hawaii has been pushing the in order dick model of social democracy as a cure for america's income inequality. but would it work here. >> i think we should look to countries like denmark, norway and learn what they've accomplished for their working people. >> free market capitalism with crayed tell, free health care, health care and sick days. but it comes a at a price. denmark top individual income tax rate s 55.41 percent. there are value added taxes too, 108 percent added tax on cars. gasoline, is among the highest
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in europe. all of which may help explain hillary clinton's reaction to sanders plan. >> we are not denmark, i love denmark, we are the united states of america, and it's our job to reign in the excesses of capitalism so it doesn't run amock. >> ironically for sanders and clinton, it is free trade and low corporate taxes which allow the in order dick model to work. >> part of their success has been build global companies sell around the world. >> according to the world bank, denmark actually had better business involvement than the united states. >> once. ed for their work ethic, abusing the state's generosity. >> in sweden, researchers have found that people tend to fall sick primarily on friday. >> so many young people in particular not working, being
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it's a clear abuse. and one that has generated a lot of discontent. >> in washington, dug mick kill way, fox news. >> lawmakers are actually prefer talking with their constituents over social media. >> freezing warning over the area most of tonight, if not tomorrow night, when freezing temps will dip in your area.
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_{?w{wo >> uber drivers demanding higher pay. how much you could have to pay for a ride because of their protests this weekend. everyone. it is 7:30 on this saturday, october 17th. >> i'm blair miller. >> and i'm julie grauert. waking up to a brisk morning out. there meteorologist bob ikeker is with us. tomorrow cooling back down. >> if you think it's brisk now, monday morning, the coolest day i've got. already have a freezing warning for tonight, that does not include boston, nor the cape, nor the eye land, however, tomorrow night will be even
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colder, even those usually warmer spots like downtown and the came and martha's vineyard, even those warmer spots will dip below freezing as we head into monday morning. freezing watch for those areas. by the time the weekend is done, just about everyone eventually will have dipped below freezing. a potential downpour passing just south of chatham out into atlantic the next couple of minutes. pea size hail. light rain on the north shore, so light probably not even hitting the ground, don't be surprised if you see a sprinkle or two this morning. a little gusty at times, low temperatures. 34 in boston, 29 in brockton. even colder tomorrow. have those numbers in a few minutes. >> happening today, uber users may end up waiting a while for a
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ride in this weekend. >> fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is in boston this morning where the strike could create even more problems for people going to a big event today. >> reporter: some of those uber drivers who are protesting told me they're willing to sit out this weekend and all without way to make a point. this is the flyer they were handing out yesterday, you can see it says stand united. we were actually there yesterday, when a handsful of drivers stood outside the uber headquarters in boston and they plan to protest through the weekend. in a statement, uber boston told fox 25 a lot of their drivers not taking part of in the protest and they're happy with their jobs. they also said they always welcome feedback from drivers but one driver who is striking had some very strong words about how uber treats them. >> how can you say something about guys, people, family members who are driving around helping you build your empire
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and then you're just going to toss them ought like they're a trash bag? you just don't do that. >> and i did ask a spokeswoman about price surging and whether this could impact prices she told me it shouldn't because they do have enough drivers who aren't striking. she said any price surge customers do see could be unrelated. meantime, drivers say they need to pay for gas, they need to pay for maintenance, they need to pay for tolls, that is why they're demanding higher rates. in boston, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> happening today, 400,000 people are expected to line the banks of the charles river to cheer on athletes from around the world. today is the 51st running of the head of the charles regatta. more than 11,000 people will take to the river to compete in 61 rowing races. the rowers start at boston university's boat house and make their way to artisany park.
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manchester by the sea are without water this morning. a pipe at main and central streets broke and for a while water was cut off to the town. now only areas of pine street are waiting for water. officials still trying to figure out why the main broke but part of it is more than 100 years old. one person dead and another in custody of a deadly crash in westport. the herald is reporting a 63 year old man was driving recklessly and suspected of being drunk when he rear-ended another car. the woman in that car was thrown from her vehicle and killed. no word this morning on the name of the people involved. >> a maine toddler released from the hospital after he contracted e. coli from the petting zoo. another child in maine died last week from e. coli exposure and officials are investigating if they picked up the bacteria at
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county fair last month. >> police are trying to figure out if they're connected to a series of car break ins. one of the cars was stolen before walpole and car chase through several local towns until it crashed in braintree. >> i had school at 7 o'clock. bank. and everything got out of control. >> >> reporter: did you tell your friends to stop? >> everything was going -- i'm just worried about my life. i put on my seatbelt. >> walpole working with several other towns with similar car thefts and break ins to see if they're connected. >> the owner of a bakery that was ran academy and burglarized tells fox 25 that the suspect must have known their way around. says equipment in the bakery was destroyed, $2,000 stolen and all jackson told fox 25 that the suspect avoided getting caught on security cameras but then used bleach to destroy whatever
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else was missed. >> the fact that someone was evil enough to walk around and just poor it everywhere, i'm talking on every piece of equipment that he didn't want to take, was just doused in bleach. >> police are reviewing other surveillance cameras and evidence the suspect left behind. officers say if you noticed anything odd between 8:30 and 9 on tuesday, call the police. >> happened yesterday during the busy commute, police tell fox 25 it started as a fight inside the forest hill section of jamaica plain and then spilled outside. no one there was heard and no word on the suspect's names. police have a student in custody this morning, after finding a gun inside a locker. it happened at the middle school in pittsfield. the berkshire eagle reports a small caliber pistol and clip of bullets were found. students sheltered in place during the investigation. no word on the student's names
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>> this morning, a new political attack ad has the mother of a winchester native demanding that it's pulled from the air. >> dear hillary clinton, i'd like to ask you why you ignored calls for help in benghazi and then four merges were murdered. >> the ad aired during the democratic debate earlier this week. it was paid for by the stop hillary pac and used the victim's likeness without getting permission from their families, barbara doherty tells fox 25 not only did she not give her permission, but the ad doesn't reflect her son's character. >> it's not okay to have my son talking from his grave. he was not political. he would be horrified if he was alive. >> doherty tells us she wants the ad pulled and is sending a letter to executives on the issue. >> commuter rail lost nearly 19 and a half million dollars in
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the first six months of 2015. the boston globe is reporting, according to newly released financial figures from the commuter services. that figure nearly double the loss from the last half of 2014. explains the record breaking snowstorms that hit the region during that time. >> changes come to go social security and they could send seniors scrambling to redo their budget. coming up. >> plus isis is trying to reshape its identity. new propaganda video showing a different side of brutal terrorist group.
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>> new this morning, migrants arriving in hungry are being diverted to slow vein i can't after it closed its border with croatia. thousands of people have poured into hungry. they will cross the border if they have the legal right to do so. isis is trying to change its image to track recruits, less emphasis on brutality. beautiful landscapes and setting suns. a stark contrast to the terrorist usual there. >> the fact that it's got an economy, the fact that it's got
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these are all very heavily refined and idealized lands. but what it's trying to sell is its utopia far more than the brutality. >> isis still seeks to attack the u.s., but this shift by some as a sign of growing confidence in light of the ineffective bombing campaign against them. >> more tough news for the state -- slot machine revenue has slipped for the second straight month. according to the gaming commission, it generated $12.6 million in september. when the casino opened in july, it brought in $18 million. the parent company says the trend is consistent with other casino openings. >> fall river is the latest in bringing the paw sox to town. tells the herald news, they're poking around to see if there's interest. a deal to build the stadium in providence fell through, officials in worcester and springfield are also considering
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bids for the team. everyone knows you need a pass port if you're flying out of the country, for millions of americans, including those right here in new england,s forked to use pass ports on domestic flights are a reality. >> through the tunnels every daying -- >> millions of water leaking into the big tunnel and millions
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we'll have more on >> millions of dollars spent every year and patching and repairing holes inside big dig tunnel. this week, the state confirmed more than 16 million gallons of water leaked into the tunnels this year alone. the state says because of the
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bad winter. >> fox 25 went through the numbers to find out how much they're really spend to go patch holes inside leaky tunnels. >> you see it happening year after year, leaks springing inside tunnels. even when ice dams formed. >> is it safe in your opinion. >> i drive through the tunnels every single day. and i do believe the tunnels are safe. >> reporter: new documents from mass dot show this year until august more than 16 million gallons of water leaked in the done knells, also show the state is so far paying the contractor hired to repair those leaks between 5 and 7 million $, but mass dot told us most of the leaks happened between april and february of this year, the time. when it had record topping snowfall. >> it makes me comfortable that they're taking care of it. >> i would say that the leaks are within the federal guidelines. >> governor baker said he'd like to get to the point where the state is not just been federal
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guidelines and isn't spending this money to just patch holes. it all raises questions about who the state would expect to sit to the expected cost, for 12 and a half million dollars by march of 2017. >> when you're talking about tunnels they either run along the bottom of body of water or underneath the body of water. in our case, a little bit of both here. it's not that unusual to have leaks. >> reporter: in south boston, far minfox 25 news. >> the mass department of transportation, also says those tunnels are safe and list of inspections are performed on a regular basis. >> forget the phone, pen and apartment. if you want to get your local lawmakers attention, you should be only twitter and facebook. 70 percent of capital hill staffers say lawmakers are more able to speak to constituents because of the social media. more meaningful interactions with constituents.
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>> scaling back obamacare act. that's about a million more than signed up this year, but well below a congressional budget office projected of 20 million sign ups. open enrollment starts on november 1st. >> believe it or not, the first sub freezing temperature in boston generally doesn't happen until november 8th. you're probably thinking that sounds a little bit late. but, again, that's for boston. that's based on the thermometer at boston logan. i'm expecting the thermometer there at boston logan to dip below the freezing mark sunday night into monday morning, which means that can be the earliest that has happened since october 10th, 1979. 48 with the temperature in boston. 44 in lawyer en, 35 in norwood and 45 currently in hyannis, where they've had a bit of rain here recently tracking rain across nantucket sound. currently watching the winds as well. calm in plymouth but a little
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more breezy in worcester. see those numbers pick up a bit as we head into the afternoon hours. and gusts over 25 will be fairly common. a little blustery today and even so tomorrow afternoon. high temperatures today generally in the mid 50s, but look at the numbers for tomorrow, holding 45 in chatham, 48 in plymouth. 47, that's the high temperature, as warm as it gets, tomorrow after in boston. little north, burlington, con cord, temperatures well blows -- well above freezing during the daytime. but higher elevationses, green mountains, white mountains, seeing a bit of snow and will likely continue to see a bit of snow as we head through out the day, but closer to home, too warm for that, just a shower and occasionally some lightning, working across nantucket, even pea size hail on vineyard haven a little bit earlier, that's thankfully working its way out into the atlantic now. showers north shore, down to providence heading east towards
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grounds. but don't be surprised if we do see a sprinkle or two, kind of morning. afternoon. all part of an area of low pressure spinning around the canadian border, head through northern maine and eventually out into the canadian maritime look at the white and blue, and the snow actually falling. heading up in that direction, maybe check out the leaves, don't worry, notice the decimal point here, not 1.2 inches of snow,.1,.2, only in the highest elevations, in the green mountains of new hampshire and vermont. for us 55, breezy both days, the big story will be monday morning, early monday morning, look at some of these temperatures, here, 31 in boston, 26 in worcester, 28 in plymouth, the record low temperature in boston area is 28. won't quite hit record lows, but we'll be in that ballpark.
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so, again, unusually cool weather for this time of year. get through that, a little bit of a warm up, back to 64 by tuesday. >> it is now 7:50. parents taking a stand against an epidemic. >> the terrifying moments that
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attacked last week off the north shore of owahu, he lost most of his left leg and suffered injuries to his hand as the shark bit him as he waited to catch a wave. he said it felt like a truck had just slammed into him. >> he came, dragged me under water. and it took me a second to know it was a massive shark. he had my leg, i kind of had to push him off this edge, lost fingers and stuff, and kind of had to punch him and stuff with my mother. >> can you imagine any of that, cook says he is recovering and for now taking it one day at a time. >> right to breed killer whales in california recently a approved the plan to expand the habitat giving the animals more room. as part of the deal, the state banned the park from breeding in california. that decision is not up to the state to make, has taken a major hit since the release of the documentary black fish.
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the study defined binge drinking for at least five drinks for men and four for women over the course of two hours. >> parents trying to use tragedy to save lives, hopes to take the stigma out of drug addiction through obituaries. >> 48 degrees and cloudy skies right now. tracking sprinkles across the area at the moment. also tracking the coldest air of the season. i'll explain who has got the freeze warning and why coming up.
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>> now on the fox 25 morning news, the coldest air of the season, i'll tell you when to expect temperatures below freezing. >> uber drivers demanding changes, fox 25 is finding out how it can impact people here. >> and a new political attack ad hurting more than the candidate it's targeting. >> i'd like to hear why you tried to silence the benghazi whistle blower, but mrs. clinton, i can't. >> why a local mother tells fox 25 she wants this ad pulled from the air. >> plus a trooper hospitalized after a crash on the highway, what he was doing after a tractor trailer plowed into his suv. >> this is fox 25 morning news. >> good morning everyone.
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thanks for watching fox 25 morning news. it is 8 a.m. this saturday october 17th. so good to have you with us this morning. i'm blair miller. >> i'm julie grauert. let's check in with rob eicher now for today's weather. hi rob. >> good morning everyone. you think it's chilly now, wait until you see tomorrow morning, all of the blue shaded in blue with a freeze warning. you might be thinking to yourself, why is it the usual cold spots, north of west and worcester. they tell me that freeze warnings are only issued during the growing season, their belief because there's already been freezing conditions in areas like worcester county and southern vermont. there probably aren't any freezing issues there. boston not in the freezing warning tonight. but under a freeze watch tomorrow night. because tomorrow night will be
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42 in brewster, 54 right now in nantucket. tracking some showers, don't be surprised a sprinkle or shower out there this morning. rest of the forecast's coming up in a just few minutes. >> a state trooper was hurt on the mass. pike. shortly after it happened on the eastbound side, newton before 10 o'clock, we brought you that story. that trooper was part of a work detail when a tractor trailer hit his cruiser. no word on the trooper's condition this morning. but we do know he was taken to mass. general last night with possible serious injuries. >> new this morning, new hampshire police investigating an early morning crash that say alcohol and speed were likely causes. it happened before 3 a.m. along route 16 south in dover. arrested 27 year old john la bow of marshfield massachusetts for dwi and other charges, couldn't make the curb and ended up rolling over it. he was treated at the hospital for non-life threatening injuries and due in court later
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this month. new this morning, a mother is in massachusetts state police custody after taking off with her sick baby. >> they were found in the boston area after an amber alert was issued early this morning and fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live in boston with more on how -- >> and i actually believe we just lost audio. but what i can tell you is that the two and a half month old baby is now at a boston hospital under emergency care after police say that he was found severely dehydrated. and, again, the mother, tiffany cherry, now in police custody. this all started friday afternoon at around 4:30 in wilkes-barre pennsylvania. officials told tiffany to take her child to the hospital, because he was severely dehydrated. instead she drove off in a dodge intrepid like this one around 2 this morning, massachusetts
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state police issued an amber alert after getting information cherry could be in the waltham area about an hour after that, they cancelled the alert after finding cherry and her son. we are asking exactly what hospital the two and a half month old son is at. how he was doing and any charges that cherry herself might face. in boston, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> happening today uber using may ends up waiting a while for a ride this weekend. fox 25 is told local uber drivers were planning to strike. it's part of a nationwide push for higher pay. one worker tells us, some of his coworkers have having a tough time supporting their families. >> it's coming a point where guys are having to stop doing this to do something else because they're just not making enough. >> uber boston sent fox 25 a statement, writing did she company always welcome feedback from drivers. the company says many of the drivers will not be taking part in the protest. no word when the protest will wrap up but around the country,
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drivers are pushing to copy it going until tomorrow night. coming up in the next half hour, the main issues drivers are pushing for. also new this morning, fugitive drug lord, el chapo guzman narrowly escaped catture yesterday and heard his leg and face in the process. el chapo has been on the run since tunnelling out of prison in july. >> more now on the trial of a teenager accused of killing his teacher. the state lost its bid to appoint its own expert to evaluate chism. chism is undergoing another mental evaluation at a hospital in worcester. the judge ordered the check on thursday because during the jury selection, chism was seen banging his head and talking to invisible people. chism is accused of killing danvers high school math teacher colleen ritzer in 2013. another high profile case will be in court on monday.
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greg refused to testify before a grand jury about whether anyone else hurt bulger while he was on the run for 16 years. bulger serves two life sentences for his role in 11 murders. >> it is now 8:046789 police in hollis new hampshire are investigating an armed robbery. it happened friday morning at a gas station on east hollis street. police say he's a black man between five seven and five ten. he's accused of using a knife to rob the gas station. in lynn, police are investigating a bank robbery, happened tuesday, in market square. this is a picture of the suspect. he's between 30 and 40 years old. over 6 feet tall and more than 200 pounds. >> time now 8:05 and police in everett on high alert after a string of car break ins, happening around elm street. most of the cars involved were unlocked with no alarm and may sounds like common sense here this morning. but police want to remind you to lock your doors and don keep anything valuable inside of them. this morning, the coast guard working on new way to frequent sea ports from hackers,
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the move comesly of a government audit found the guard is taking too long to improve cyber security when it comes to ship and operations. now outlining plans to work with ports to address cyber threats and come up with new ways to boost security. the audit says the cyber attack although a port could disrupt the 1.3 trillion dollar industry. >> certainly this is a possibility. and the threat is real and something that needs to have the immediate attention of court operators and owners. >> the coast guard is also developing a cyber risk profile for port it was hazardous liquid cargo. >> new hampshire officials believe they found a body of a hiker who has been missing for a week. 64 year old claire is from westwood on october 5th, she left for a five day, 26 mile hike in the white mountain national forest. when she doesn't show up for work this week, her brother reported her missing. a body was found two miles from a trail head. officials say she may have run into bad weather.
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in heavy rain or heavy flood waters you're at to get swept down river. >> right now it's not clear how she died. but we're told she's an experienced hiker. clean up continues today in california after heavy rain caused mud slides that trapped two cars on a highway in central part of the state. this morning, getting first hand look at what the conditions were like for drivers. >> oh, my god, this car is going to hit us, oh, my god. >> we're floating, we're floating. >> the dramatic video from inside the car there. the women in that car ended up driving through the window and maked it to safety. their car one of many that floated away in the area. authorities say so far no injuries reported. >> now to election 2016. the hopefuls spent friday campaigning in new england. donald trump drew quite a crowd there, spent friday night at an elementary schools, supporters spilled outside the building once it was packed inside. the thousands of people who
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show he could win strong hold democratic states like massachusetts. >> you know why? i think the democrats are so sick and tired of watching our country lose that they're going to vote for the republican if this is the one. i really believe it. >> this morning, new polls show trump has spent the least of any republican candidate, a little more than $4 million. some of the democratic hampshire. hillary clinton held a town hall meeting in keene state college before heading to nashua for a meet and greet. clinton says she's happy of the wide range of people showing up to support her. >> and i think the reason for that is to me, pretty obvious. you know that our country does better when we have a democrat in the white house. >> martin o'malley was also there in granite state. he held a few campaign event unless concord. >> there could soon be another democrat in the race. cnn is reporting vice-president joe biden's family is on board with the run for the whitehouse. and the official announcement
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this week, called democratic strategists to get their take at chances at winning. >> big changes happening at logan airport, u.s. airlines being phased out as part of its merge merger with american airlines, a few helpful tips flies any of those airlines out of boston, before you get to the airport, use aa.com or the mobile app for check in. the u.s. airways app no longer works, only departures out of terminal b. three check in locations, take a look at them on your screen, new signs on the curb to figure out where to go for crop off and check in. >> it's 8.09 right now. battle being fought in homes around the country. >> so well loved and liked and intelligent and it killed him. >> coming up this morning, why parents are now turning to the obituary section in a desperate generation. >> plus people who rely on social security may need to reevaluate their budget.
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seniors and other retirees, come next year, anyone counting on social security need to adjust their budget because benefits will not automatically increase. this is only the fourth time in four decades the cost of living has not adjusted. jack spoke with one senior citizen who is worried about what's next. >> my mother came from a family of 16. >> reporter: larry miles is mad. he's 77 years old. getting by month to month thanks to social security benefits. next yeared benefits will stay the same despite the hike in expenses. >> is your cost of living going down? >> no. no no no no. it's not going down, it's going up. >> reporter: there will be no benefit bump next year for millions of social security recipients, disabled veterans and retired federal workers and to make matters worse, medicare premium really set to sore for many. annual increases are set on
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no increase next year, fallen gas prices. economists say americans should invest how americans spend their money. >> they're dealing with drugs, health care costs and we know those have been rising faster than inflation. >> congressman alan grace, introduced legislation that would calculate it on senior spending habits. >> we made a promise four years ago, that the cost of living adjustments they received reflected their cost of living. and we haven't kept that promise. >> grace son's bill would increase benefit unless 2016. in washington, jack cline bell, >> here in massachusetts. the change could impact the lives of people, people. it's called no wrong door. backed by federal funding. it's already being used in a number of other states. massachusetts has 120,000 people
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diagnose distributioned with alzheimers. no wrong door launch in march. >> coldest air of the season, headed our way, as we head through the course of the weekend. here's what we need to know. if you have plans outside, those sensitive ones need to come indoors. freezing line everywhere except downtown and the came. tomorrow night, into monday morning, will be even colder. even the usual warmer spots like downtown and the cape, even those areas will dip down below freezing, by the end of the weekend, everyone is below freezing, also on the gusty sides. wind gusts up around 25 will be very common, that will be about the only issue for the races ahead of the charles, those rowers will have to dig deeper, depending what direction they're going, you're wondering the most, how low it will go tonight, down to 34 tonight in, 28 in brockton, 44 in vineyard, downtown, the cape, the island, no freeze, but yet a little bit further inland and a freeze is
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and, again subtract a couple of degrees from those numbers to get to tomorrow night's temperatures, so by then, everyone is down below freezing, currently got 48 in boston, 39 in norwood, 48 in the vineyard, a little bit earlier this morning, did have heavy rain, even pea sized hail reported there. that shower, unfortunately, has moved out of the area. here are those winds, at one point, most of these numbers are down around calm. now seeing the numbers pick up a little bit. and gusts up around 25 miles per hour common as we head into the afternoon hours. finally getting rid of this thunderstorm, not produced a pea size hail, convenient yard haven about 6 a.m., produced lightning over nantucket sound, that's moving out into the atlantic ocean. behind that lighter rain, across i 59 stoughton area. these areas light. don't be surprised if you see a few sprinkles along the south
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shore in the next few minutes. but behind that skies start to climb out. partly sunny skies in the evening hours. low pressure spreading around the canadian border, just past north of bangor and eventually the canadian maritime, as it does, it will help to drag that cold front, it's that cold front that will help to switch around the winds and create those gusty winds later on this afternoon. and as you might expect with a cold front, it gets cold. so even colder weather expected tonight into tomorrow morning. high temperatures tomorrow afternoon only in the mid to upper 40s. keep in mind, 61 would be normal for this time of year. we're not going to get out of the 40s tomorrow afternoon. despite a decent amount of sunshine be and overnight sunday night into monday morning, that's when things really start to get chilly. so here are low temperatures for monday morning. boston. 28 won't quite get there, down to about 31 to still below freezing, 39 in providence, 26
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in lowell, 26 in worcester, a lot of mid 20s on that map. if you can get through that, it does warm up a little bit. 64 by tuesday afternoon. >> new this morning, progress being report understand the case odom. cnn lamar has woken up and said hi to his wife. he has been hospitalized since tuesday. odom's coach says odom is using a mask to breathe but seems to be making progress. >> the annual dj dream fund will happen today in northeastston. in honor of daniel henry junior. when she was shot and killed by police outside a bar in new york. his family is hoping more than 200 people will turn out to remember him. registration starts at 9:30 a.m. at the park view school in northeastston. >> officer dennis simmons name
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was added to the memorial for massachusetts state police officers. simmons was hurt in the explosion during the water town shoot out. he died last year from a brain aneurysm. the memorial is important for not only the families and other officers but also our community. >> they are permanently on this wall, so generations to come won't forget that they gave up their lives to make sure they're citizens of this great city and across the state are safe in their homes. >> governor charlie baker attended the event and spoke there and called simmons a hero. a city of new hampshire is backing off plans to end force a citywide curfew for anyone under the age of 16. now they only have to worry about the curfew set by their parents. fox 25 reported earlier this week, the city wanted them off the streets by 9 o'clock on weekdays and 11 o'clock on weekends. the city decided not to enforce it. >> a jury says a new york woman
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her young nephew for actually breaking her arm. this story had everyone buzzing all week long. jennifer says the boy, son of her cousin, leaped into her arms, after shouting auntie, i love you. >> it happened four years ago, and it's not clear why she decided to sue now. at first she said she was teaching the boy in a responsibility. then told in cnn it was a homeowners insurance case to cover medical costs. either way it doesn't look good. >> that's what they're saying and they won't get a dime. >> an innocent trip to the store turns into anything but. >> what is going on at target right now? >> what is going on is right. after the break, target is apologizing after one store goes x-rayed. and this is not the first time it has happened.
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of serial that is marshmallows only. after years of begging from customers, general mills is making dreams come true. but only for lucky winners on an instagram contest. take a picture of yourself and upload it to social media app, use the hashtag, lucky charles sweep stakes for it to count. the time ends tomorrow. >> kia sorento suvs made between 2011 and 2013, having braking issues that could shift the transmission out of park without the brake being pressed. best thing to do here, call your dealership if you think your suv is on that list. until then, use the parking brake and make sure the gear shift is securely in park. >> and double check that medicine cabinet, medline is recalling aseat men fin tablets because of misdoses. overdosing on the pills could
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lead to liver failure. they were sold at drugstores between june and september of this year. >> target is actively investigating after pornographic noises blared over the loudspeakers at a store out in california. this happened wednesday morning, sending store employees source. >> have you heard this audio yet? customers say they couldn't believe what they were hearing. >> what is going on at target right now? >> i think that's what a lot of shoppers were asking themselves. it lasted about 15 minutes before the store turned off the 15 minutes? flip the switch he people. target apologized over the intercom. then it started intend again, this time with swearing added to the mix. >> to me, that's not enough. too egregious of an event, to have people experience its, especially your regular shoppers. >> target is saying they take
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situation very seriousliful is not the first it happened, back in july, a similar situation at another targets store in california, during that time, the store was evacuated until the audio was turned off. apparently, the shoppers in this case, thought it was some type of halloween prank, i'm not sure what kind of prank that would be. >> yeah, a prank for a different kind of store. moving on, a last and dramatic attempt to make a difference. parents willing to do just about anything to help save the lives of kids. >> freeze warnings issued for most of the area. coming up, when to expect temperatures below freezing in your area.
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>> you're watching fox 25 morning news. a strike happening around the country today. and it could have a big impact on your weekend plans in boston. why uber drivers are walking off the job. welcome back everyone, it is 8:30 on saturday october 17th, i'm blair miller. >> i'm julie grauert. let's check in with meteorologist rob iker and you were saying don't take it out on the new guy, with regard to these temperatures. >> give me credit for the better weather before blaming me for this.
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freezing warnings for everybody shaded in blue. temperatures widespread in the areas shade understand blue. not included in that, downtown boston. the cape and eye land. so they won't get the freeze warning. however, tomorrow morning, will be even colder, freezing will be possible even warmer spots like downtown boston, sunday night into monday morning. 48 at the vineyard, 52 in p town, 48 in boston. very very light showers showing up on the radar here, on the other side of brockton, headed towards the south shore, areas like scituate, might see a sprinkle or two this morning. a lot of that rain still not even hitting the ground. yet further west and the skies start to break up a little bit. still calling for part to even mostly sunny sky this is afternoon. peak heating at best might hit mid 50s, as soon as that sunsets, temperatures drop quick willing down to about 34 in boston, 28 in boston.
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29 in framingham. bring those plans in and if you don't get the freeze tonight, will you tomorrow night. show you those numbers coming up in a few minutes. >> new this morning, a mother is in police custody after taking off with her sick baby. >> tiffany and cavicherry were found in boston earlier this morning. stephanie coueignoux is live in boston with more on how all of this played out this morning. >> before i get to that, i have called massachusetts state police and boston police for more information. i am expecting calls back very shortly. i asked them where exactly the two were found. how the child of course is dng. and any charges the mother could be facing. but police say tiffany cherry and two and a half month old son left pennsylvania yesterday afternoon. police say cherry refused to take her son to the hospital, even though he was severely dehydrated. and that's when police issued
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she was last seen driving a dodge intrepid with new hampshire license plates. then around 2 this morning, massachusetts state police became involved after getting information that she could be in the waltham area. they issued an amber alert. they eventually found cherry and her son around 3 a.m. this morning and cancelled that alert shortly thereafter. again, we are still reaching out, trying to get more information. i am expecting some calls back very shortly. and we'll have another live update for you in 30 minutes. in boston, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 morning news. >> happening today, uber drivers, across the nation, plan on striking, they won't log onto tp a than a pick you have thousands of drivers everywhere. boston drivers are planning to join this push. some of the demand are planning to use higher rates for rides. they also wants passengers to tip drivers one of the popular features about uber, no tipping the driver. finally other fees like tolls to go up as well.
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uber driver sent fox 25 a statement, welcoming the company always welcomes feedback from drivers, no word on when it will wrap up, but drivers are said to keep it going until tomorrow night. >> happening today, 400,000 people are expected to line the sidelines of the charles river. the head of the charles, will compete in 60 rows races. start at the university of boston boat house and make their way to artesani park. a few parts of manchester by the sea are without water this morning, after a water main break yesterday morning. and for a while, water was cut off for the whole town, now areas of pine, beach and central street are still waiting for water. officials are still working to find out why the main break but part of the line is more than 100 years old. >> new this morning, one person dead, another in custody, after a deadly crash in westport.
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happened along route 6. the herald is reporting a 63 year old man is accused of driving recklessly and suspected another car. the woman in that car it was thrown from her vehicle and killed. people involved. four teenager unless custody this morning and officers trying to figure out if they're connected to a series of car thefts and break ins. one of the cars was stolen in walpole and involved in a police chase through several local towns. it continued until the personal driving the car be barrelled into this man's car in braintree. was released from jail after being here in court. >> i had school at 7 o'clock, i was getting a ride to the bank and everything got out of control. >> did you tell your friends to stop? >> everything was going -- i'm just worried about my life. i put on my seatbelt. >> walpole investigators working with several towns now, with similar car thefts and break ins to see if they're all connected. >> arlington police are hoping
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armed bank robber. it happened friday at winchester savings bank, the man also caught only surveillance camera, no one was heard. call police with any information. two people hurt after a shooting outside a busy t station. it happened yesterday morning. it started as a fight inside the forest hill at jamaica plains and then spilled outside, no word on the suspects names this morning. >> a student in custody after finding a gun in a locker in pittsfield. the berkshire eagle report as small caliber pistol and clip of bullets were found. students shelter understand place during the investigation. no words of the student's name or the charges he or she could face. >> new this morning, reports ocoming out of the middle east of three shooting deaths inger rules legal. right now the facts of the case are confusing because israel is reporting they were shot after
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while palestines says the shootings were unprovoked. it's not even clear if they're talking about the same incident. the latest of many incidents in the month. fox 25 is keeping an eye on this story, more to update you as the information becomes available. >> this morning, the mother of a winchester native is demanding a new politicaled attack ad be pulled from the air. >> dear hillary clinton, i'd like to is ask you why you ignored calls for help in benghazi and then four americans were murdered. >> have you seen that ad, it first aired earlier this week, during the democratic debate. question hillary clinton. it was paid for the stop hillary pac and used the victim's likeness, without getting permission from their fathers. barbara doherty tells them she did not give her permission and does not reflect her son's character. >> it is not okay to have my son talking from his grave.
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he would be horrified if he was alive. >> doherty also tells us she wants that ad pulled and planning to send a letter to television executives on this very issue. >> a group of mothers determined to keep a little girl's memory alive. how bella bond will never be forgotten. >> efforts to catch this exotic bird and how he's become such a nuisance.
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>> we do have an update to breaking news, fox 25 has confirmed that that baby that was involved in the amber alert was located at children's hospital in boston. stephanie coueignoux will have a live report coming up in a few minutes. >> also a health warning out of suffolk county where a person there has west nile virus, now bringing the total of the state up to nine cases the department of health says the unidentified patient is in her 30s and likely contracted the virus locally. the report reportedly did not require treatment in the hospital. >> new this morning, a viewer sent us this picture saying this is a wolf that they spot understand the mount vernon area of lawrence, fox 25 not confirmed with officials what exactly the animal is. sure does look like a wolf or coy quote tee hanging out on
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those steps. >> another animal on the loose, the search on for dine know the cockatoo. terrorizing the historic district, thousands of dollars in damage to the house are robert f ken tee was born after the bird tore up the shingles. the bird has been on the lam since july. >> i asked him to go back in the cage. he was about to go back in the cage and then he said no. and he just took off. >> the animal rescue league of boston set traps and tried to coax dine know onto a porch where a homeowner had been feeding him. but he wasn't biting and remains at large. >> mass port auctioning off dozens of cars abandoned at logan airport, a bmw, a the airport. some sitting unclaimed since 2009. happening at a logan bus garage, where the cars are being stored that auction gets underway at 10
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>> it's a growing problem around the country. people dying from opiate related overdoses. in massachusetts, last year alone, more than a thousand people died. now parents are fighting back, sharing their heartbreaking stories in unusual way.
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people who are using obituaries to send a powerful mess sarg. >> a kid so well loved and liked and intelligent and it killed him. 27 year old adam monthser loved adventure, choosing a job over a fishing boat, over wall street. but it was his choice to try heroin that ended his life. >> this isn't a weekend joy ride. this kills. >> adam's death was one of four in a single week in new hampshire last month. the granite state saw 320 people die in open yoid related deaths last year. they'll likely surpass that number this year. >> parents say enough is enough. they wrote this blunt obituary admit to go friends and family that their son, quote, made a bad decision. and this months ierss weren't the first to do this, they had inspiration. >> they shoved to lead, old
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>> that's what killed her. >> when his daughter mom died last november, her heartbreaking and honest obituary went viral, it started with what some are calling a movement. >> we wanted people to know that people are dying of addiction and it's killing a lot of young people. >> did you ever think that it was going to go viral? >> not at all. my intention was to get to addicted. >> some were simple, loved ones dying unexpectedly from complications of a heroin overdose, or, quote, succumbing to her battle with heroin addiction. bunny finn is owner of one of the largest funeral homes in the northeast tells me they've responded to over 50 heroin deaths this year alone. >> whether it will be our online obituary pages or facebook or twitter or or other avenues to say, yes, our family member has
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but he or she was a heroin abuser. >> every time i see one, it tears a little piece of my heart out. >> its doesn't make losing his daughter easier but makes her legacy one he can be proud of. >> we have to remove the stigma so that people can get help because we're losing a whole generation. >> crystal haynes, fox 25 news. >> the parents fox 25 spoke with, say taking shame out of addiction is one more step this fighting the opiate epidemic, more on their mission, myfoxboston.com under the specials tab. >> as the epidemic grows in new england, the massachusetts state police crime lab, having trouble keeping up with the samples sent to the office. receives about 750 case as month but only has the veries ors to process about 500 and many of those samples are coming from two places. >> nashua of man chest are, so we're seeing a vast majority of heroin be and federal submissions from those two cities. the lab is working towards
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60,000 dollar grant to hem them process more samples, right now, one lab will never be able to camp up, they say, due to the high number of requests. >> sends it over to meteorologist rob eicher for the weather. take a look at this picture send to us by the national weather service, over the long island sound. quite a contrast in those clouds and beautiful bright sky. is this what we have to expect for the weekends, rob. >> no, actually, skies are already clearing out. in fact, i'll show you that sky here on the radar. did produce pea sized hail, around 6:05 a.m. take you back to that time. racing off to the east, about 15 miles per hours. and then crossed over nantucket sound, saw that picture there, watch the radar loop, fair number of lightning strikes here, water temperatures dealing with the upper 50s but on land, temperatures only in the mid to upper 30 30s here, that contrast giving that storm a little bit
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that storm is moved out. moving off to the east, much of it not even hitting the ground. don't be surprised if you see a few sprinkles here on the south shore and bind that skies start to break up and actually start to clear out were and expecting a decent amount of sunshine here for the rest of the day as we clear out those showers. the other story is the temperatures. only average, the first freeze of the year, would be around november 8th. that's a little late. we've already had a few freezes, that's boston on the thermometer that logan airport that tends to read on the low side. even there, the temperature night. which would be the earliest that 1979. 54 in nantucket and 45 in lawrence and this is the other issue as we head through the day, winds right now on the orders of 10 to 15 sustained but
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so that could be an issue for the folks heading out to the regatta, the head of the charles, especially for the folks rowing, if they have to go against the wind, a little gusty at times, not just this afternoon but tomorrow and and then look at the difference in temperatures, generally mid 80s today but high temperatures in the mid to upper 40s tomorrow afternoon. get further north, burlington, con cords, they should stay above freezing at least during the day, but some of the higher elevations, some of the green mountains, white mountains, fact, our primary weather maker today, what's driving all of this, area of low pressure spinning around near canada, pass near bangor maine and canadian maritime, has that draws down, help to spin around that cooler weather and kick off those showers we've seen earlier today. if you're heading north to check out the leaves, don't worry, i'll show you the snowfalls total here, notice the decimal
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not 2, 3 inches, it's.3,.2. 48 for a high on sunday. that's it. that's as warm as it gets. monday, that will be the cold time. monday morning is temperatures really chilly, about 31 in boston. down to about 26 in worcester, not quite a record low. but still well below average for this time of year. getting better by tuesday. you can look forward to 64 tuesday afternoon. >> and today, runners will lace up their sneakers in rochester new hampshire, kill about i an ma, killed by isis last year. it is marking the journalists birthday with a 5 k registration started at 7:45. that race starts at 10 o'clock this morning. >> south african olympian oscar pistorius is set to become a free man this week. he will walk out of jail on friday, he was found guilty of
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valentine's shooting death of reeveva steenkamp. once he's out of prison, he will spends the rest of the sentence on house arrest. >> time and money, spending each year papering up problems with the big dig, how much all of those repairs add up to and what it means for the safety of these tunnels. >> plus, time to look at what's happening with all of those pone of the cool perks of this place pis you can eat as much cereal as you want. m going to work to get some.
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year agreement. get out of the past. get fios. >> welcome to saturday morning sports. you know folks we tried and we tried and we tried to get any paid trots to just acknowledge the colts game is begging but of course we failed.
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it's just another game, folks, the quarterback, dionne lewis back at practice on friday but still nursing an abdominal injury by troy brown did not participate. he is out with a foot injury. the paths did reclaim shawn melvin off of waivers on wednesday. after missing the two games, andrew is set to start on saturday. versus the patriots. it's good enough to unseat matt hasselbeck at quarterback, is the question is are the colt colts good enough to get within 20 points of this game. >> randolph and rockland two teams that have a rivalry that used to store that game for thanksgiving. but now a regular season game. first half randolph trailing to marco durham. nice pass, look at this catch, gets drug down by shoulder pass. take down, rockland and bulldogs still up in the first half.
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that matt dunn, pretty pass. but the blue devils out scored the blue dogs 22-7 in the second half. great effort by brendan half. marco durham gets it into the end zone and in the end, it's randolph with the come from behind win, 34-28. be sure to tune in tonight, for fox 25 sports wrap and i'll have a report from indianapolis, for now, bryan salmond, fox 25 sports. >> it is 8:56 leaks springing up in the big dig, adding up to millions dollars of water, and millions of dollars repairs. >> that would make me think it's going to pop some day. >> how the state is taking care of the problem and what it's doing to control costs long term. >> 48 degrees right now boston skies, cleared out, kind of a mix today and big cool down how low it will go in your town coming up. >> and coming together to honor
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what a group of local mothers is does this $20 family fill up meal have eight pieces of original recipe chicken? yes. [ding] two large mashed potatoes and gravy? yes. [ding] and are you the real colonel sanders? yes... [buzzing]
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. >> this morning, strikes around the country, could leave people stranded without a ride. uber drivers and inning changes. fox 25 is finding out how it
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>> and a new political attack ad, hurting more than the candidate it's targeting. >> i'd like to hear why you tried to silence the benghazi whistle blower, but mrs. clinton, i can't. >> why a local mother tells fox 25 she wants this ad pulled from the air. plus a trooper hospitalized after a crash on the highway. what he was doing when a tractor trailer plowed into his suv. morning news. >> good morning, everyone, thanks for watching fox 25 morning news, it is now 9 a.m. on this saturday, october 17th. glad to have you with us, i'm blair miller. >> good morning everyone. i'm julie grauert. let's check in with meteorologist robert ikekert and the possibility of some snow; is that what you're giving us. >> yeah. cooler weather, won't snow here, but cold enough to snow in northern new england. here cold enough for a freeze, a frost and the areas stated in blue.
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downtown boston, the cape, islands, not included in that, not for tonight, but, however, tomorrow night, will be even colder, cold enough that even the usual warmer spots like downtown, the cape, islands, even those areas could see freezing temperatures, so freeze watch issued there for overnight into monday. right now 52 at the vineyard. working its way into south shore, those will move out and the rest of the day will see partly sunny skies, mid 50s this afternoon and cooling off to about 40 in boston today. the rest of the forecast coming up in a few minutes. >> new this morning, a mother in police custody after taking off with her sick baby. >> tiffany and cavicherry were found after an amber alert. stephanie coueignoux is in boston. she just got an update on this story, stephanie. >> reporter: yes in the last 20 minutes, boston police have confirmed the baby and tiffany cherry were found here at boston children's hospital.
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we're also being told the child is now getting emergency medical attention. police say when they found the two and a half month old baby he was severely dehydrated. they also say this all started yesterday afternoon in will,bury pennsylvania. she refused to take her son to the hospital there for treatment and instead drove away with him. that is when pennsylvania state police issued an am we were alert. then at around 2 this morning, information came in, cherry and her son could be here in massachusetts. state police here became involved and issued an amber alert. they did find the two at 3 in the morning again here at boston children's hospital. cherry now in police custody. i also just spoke with massachusetts state police who told me time of course always a factor but especially in this case, because they didn't have photos of cherry or her son. they weren't available. all they had was information about the car they were last seen in, but of course at any point, cherry could've ditched that car.
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and we're also digging deemer into the mother's history. we'll have that information coming for you at 9:30. for now in boston, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 morning news. >> a state trooper was hurt at the mass. pike. we brought it to you breaking news last night shortly after it happened on 10 o'clock on the eastbound side in newton. trooper part of a work detail when a tractor trailer hit his cruiser. no order on how that cruiser is doing this morning. but we do know he was taken to mass. general last night with possible serious injuries. >> new this morning, new hampshire state police still investigating an early morning crash that say alcohol and speed were likely causes. happened just before 3 a.m. along route 16 south in dover. police arrested 27 year old don la bow of marshfield massachusetts for dwi and other charges. say la bow couldn't make the curb and hit a guardrail and rolled over it. treated at the hospital for
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and due in court next month. >> police in quincy investigating a man struck by a train on the old colony line last night. the man's name and age not released but mbtaed says he was trespassing when he was hit by a commuter rail train. >> uber commuters may end up waiting for a ride this weekend. local uber drivers are plan to go strike part of a push for higher pay. some of the drivers told us, they're having a hard time supporting their families. >> it's come to go a points, where guys are having to stop doing this to do something else because they're just not making enough. >> uber boston sent fox 25 a statement, writing the company always welcomes feedback from drivers. the company says many of the drivers will not be taking part of in the protest. no word when the protest will wrap up. but around the country, drivers are pushing to keep it going until tomorrow night. coming up in the next half hour. pushing for.
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in mexico are narrowing in on fugitive drug lord el chapo guzman. just yesterday they he narrowly escaped their grasp, hurting his face and leg in the process. it's not clear how he was hurt, but officials say it was not from a confrontation with police. he's been on the run since tunnelling out of prison in july. >> more now on the trial of a person accused of killing his teacher. chism is undergoing another mental evaluation at a hospital in worcester. the judge ordered the check on thursday because during jury selection, chidz simple was banging his head and talking to himself. the mental evaluation will last 20 days. chism is accused of murdering colleen ritzer in 2013. >> another high pro tile case in court on monday, katherine greg, whitey bulger long time girlfriend, refuses to testify
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about if anyone else helped bulger while he was on the run for 17 years. >> police in new hampshire investigating an armed robbery, happened before midnight on friday at a gas station. take a look at the picture. a black man, between five seven and five ten accused of using a knife to rob a gas station, call police if you have any information. >> in lynn, it happened tuesday, at market square, a here's a picture of the suspect, between 30 and 40 years old, over 6 feed tall an more than 200 pounds. call police if you can helpful. >> 9:06 police in everett on high alert. happening around elm street, most of the scars involved were unlocked with no alarm. it may sound like common sense here, but police want to remind you to lock your doors and do not keep anything valuable inside of them. >> this morning, the coast guard is working on new ways to protects sea ports from hackers the move comes after a government audit is finding the guard is taking too long cyber
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security ship and port operations. now the coast guard is outlining its plans to work with port cyber threats and also come up with new ways to boost security. the audit says the cyber attack in a port could disrupt 1.3 trillion dollar industry. >> certainly this is a possibility. and a threat is real and something that needs to have the immediate attention of court operators and owners. >> also developing a cyber risk profiles for those that hazardous liquid cargo. >> new hampshire fish and game says it believes it found 54 year old claire body. her brother reported her missing this week after she didn't show up for work. new hampshire officials say she may have run into bad weather. >> if you attempt that crossing in heavy rains or heavy flood waters you're apt to get swept
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>> right now it's not clear how codeuce so died but we're told she's an experienced hiker. >> 200 cars trapped in mud slides caused by heavy rains on a highway on the central part of the state. this morning, we're getting first hand video of what drivers. >> oh, my god, this car is going to hit us, oh, my god. >> oh, we're fleeting. >> the women in that car, ended up climbing through the window and making it to safety. their car was one of many that floated away in in the area. no word on any deaths related to that weather. >> campaigning in new england, front-runner gop donald trump drew quite a crowd. supporters spilled outside the building. once it was packed on the inside. show yous of people who attend such events show he could win strong democratic states like massachusetts.
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>> you know why? i think the democrats are so sick and tired watching our country lose, that they're going to vote for the republican, if this is the one. rely believe it. >> shows trump is has spent the least of any republican candidate. is little more than 4 million dollars. >> hillary clinton held a town hall meeting at keen state college before head to go nashua for a meet and group the. clinton says she's happy about the wide range of people showing up to support her. >> and i think the reason for that, is to me, pretty observe. you know that our country does better when we have a democrat in the whitehouse. >> martin o'malley was in the granite state, he held a few campaign events in concord. >> and there continues to be another democrat in the race. cnn reports joe biden's family is on board for the run for the whitehouse and the announcement could come any day. he's making calls to
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strategists. >> big changes at logan airport, u.s. airlines is being phased out as part of its merger with american airlines, a few helpful tips for anyone flying either of those airlines out of boston. before you get to the airport, use aa.com or the american mobile app for check in. the u.s. airways app no longer works. once you get to the environment a, american will only have departures out of terminal b. three check in locations and you can find those on your screen. look for new signs on the curb as well to figure out where to go for drop off and check in. >> a local bakery grown broken into and ransacked. the reason why the baker thinks the burglar had inside knowledge here. plus in the wake of bella bond's tragedy, a group of local mothers banning together with a new goal. next their efforts to make sure other children don't suffer like she did. >> radar tracking light showers
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>> the cause of this fire, that
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in canton ruled an accident. an electrical fire has also not been ruled out as the cause. that building was nearly 300 years old and used to be a barn. >> a boston man under arrest this morning, after police arrested him with an illegal gun. called to cedar street for a report of a man with a gun thursday night. officers patted down 8 men in the care. found 22 year rashop ed wards with a loaded semiautomatic pistol with scratched off serial numbers. edwards faces gun charges. >> remembering bella, a group of south shore mothers made it their mission to keep her legacy alive. her body was found on dear island but her death still haunts many of us. now as fox 25 elizabeth hopkins wants to make sure that no other child endures what well la did. >> they have an assembly line inside this braintree storefront.
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>> it seems to sad to me, that there are how many other bellas alive with nothing. >> nicole and her friends knew they wanted to help other children like bellas, they collected clothing, tooth brushes amount toys to children who suddenly find themselves away from their family and foster care. >> i like to bring a smile to their face, even for a moment, a little bit of hope that it's mine. >> it's very challenging when children come to have anything for them. >> jennifer ashley has been a foster parents for a decade, she told us how sometimes kids come to them in the middle of the night with just the clothes on their back. >> the child they're very self aware that they don't have anything around them that they're used to. and that they're not dressed, quote unquote appropriately. >> that's what a group of south shore mothers want to change. they set up nearly 50 drop off locations across massachusetts where they collect, sort, and then pack a backpack of goodies just for that child. >> some of these children, like nicole mentioned they come into foster care with just the clothes off their back and
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place with a garbage bag full of random stuff. and you know, with the backpacks they have something that's truly theirs. >> reporter: that was fox 25's elizabeth hop kins reporting, we know you may want to help, so we have a link of drop off locations on our website, go to myfoxboston.com. >> a family that lost everything in their boat fire in convince see, their family has rallied around them unlike they expected. their maritime neighbors have become like family. adding that in the wake of the fire last week, they have given them a place to stay and helped raise 5,000 dollars, their insurance company will only cover the cost of the boat. >> more police departments are joining the push to find more beds openjat add dick dicts, watertown police are joining with local grooms that specialize in addiction recovery. that community works to find treatment beds for addicts who voluntarily reach out for
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declared next week as erase the stigma week. the department worked with pelham high school to hold a fire drill, while students were out of the school, several cane neen teams searched the halls for drugs. no drug or paraphernalia found in the sweep. >> a police officer who died months after the shoot out with the marathon bombers was honored. simmons was heard in the explosion during the watertown shoot out. he died last year from a brain aneurysm. the officials say the memorial is important not only to the family and the officers but also our community. >> they're permanently on this wall so generations to come won't forget that they gave up their lives to make sure the citizens of this great city and across the state are safe in their homes. >> governor charlie baker also attended the event speaking
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>> here's what you need to know as we head through the weekend. two opportunities likely to see a freeze. most of us will see a freeze tonight. the exception will be downtown, the immediate downtown boston area and the cape and the island. but tomorrow night will be even colder, cold enough that even those unusually warm spots will get. there. freeze everywhere. bottom line, anything you have outside that might be sensitive to the cold, those plans need to be brought inside. other issue, winds, a little on the gugssty side, with winds today and tomorrow. 49 current until boston, 47 in portsmouth, 48 in lawyer wednesday, 44 the current temperature right now in worcester. and it's a little bit on the breezy side, so 44 actually feels like 37 in worcester right now. and there's not going to be much of a warm up. highs there only in the upper 40s. that's about it. so you factor in the wind, it will feel even cooler than that. so bottom line kind of a cool day and getting even colder by the time we get to tomorrow. there are the current sustained winds right now. in general, about 10 to 15 miles
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per hour. but gusts up to about 25 will be fairly common. on the radar, watching for showers, fairly strong ones earlier this morning. right around martha's vineyard, now a little bit of light rain approaching plymouth bay. that will cross cape cod bay and might see a sprinkle at p town later on this morning. but that would be about it. behind these showers, if you look at the radar, satellite and radar, gray area watch the cloud cover, clouds start to break up a little built. those move out, clouds break up and get partly even mostly sunny skies through the remainder of the day. now all of this is being driven by a big area of low pressure. currently centered up here, right along the canadian border and that will move through norththern maine. through the canadian maritimes later this afternoon. as it does, it will help to pull a cold front through here and it's that cold front that will help to bring in some of the bitter cold air as we head into the overnight hours.
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some snow across northern hamp, northern vermont, later today dragging a cold front through here later on. as you might expect behind a cold front, it gets cold. that's where we'll be tomorrow morning, despite a decent amount of sunshine, high temps only in the 40s tomorrow afternoon. getting colder tomorrow night into monday morning. monday morning, the coldest air on tap on average temperatures in the 20s, even freezing temperatures in the boston area, record low is 28. won't quite get there but should dip back to 31. boston. even some of the island, part of the cape will be down flirting with the freezing mark down to about 26 in worcester so hard freeze likely in many areas. after that, it does get a little bit better, 64 on tap for tuesday. >> i think it's disturbing make me think, oh, it's going to pop some day when i'm in it. >> coming up the questions of
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safety over the staggering figures showing how much water is leaking into the big dig tunnel. and how much the state is being forced to pay to fix them. >> plus presidential candidate bernie sanders making a hitch
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>> one of the most interesting exchanges in this week's democratic debate socialism. the discussion centered around how some european countries perceived to be ahead of the u.s. in certain aspects. aspects of. >> bernie sanders pushes the in other words dick model of social democracy as a cure for america's income inequality. but would it work here? >> i think we should look to countries like denmark, and sweden and norway and learn what they've accomplished for their working people. >> denmark's model offers a free market capitalism with cradle to grave benefits, health care, college tuition, retirement and child care and sick days, it comes as at a price, 55.45
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gasoline now at 6:36 a dollar is among the highest in europe. all of which may explain hillary clinton's reaction to bernie sanders. >> we are not denmark, i love denmark, so it doesn't run amok. >> bernie and clinton, both who oppose the partnership and low corporate taxes which allow the nordic model to work. >> part of their success has companies. and sell around the world, use those resources to fund these big social welfare systems. >> according to the world bank, denmark actually has better business environment than the united states. >> once noted for their work ethic, nordic countries are finding you younger citizens abusing the state's general roles city. >> in sweden, researchers have found that people tend to fall sick primarily on fridays. >> so many young people in particular not working, being
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disabled for life, it's a clear abuse and one that has generated a lot of discontent. >> in washington, dug mick kill way, fox news. >> forget the pen, paper and stamps ahead in the next 30 minutes, lawmakers prefer talking with their constituents over social media. >> i've already heard a few complaints saying it was a bit too cool this morning. we've already got a freeze warning in place for tomorrow morning, get even colder from there. talk about those watches and warnings coming up. >> and a once in a lifetime opportunity. as long as you're not afraid of the world's largest grave, that is, how you could win an overnight stay her hand-crafted...layer by layer. from dunkin' donuts. experience the flavor of fall with a new hot or iced
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on the spot. that's the dd commitment. america runs on dunkin'. cuzzo. >> this morning, updating a development story for you, amber alert issued earlier this morning, now resolved with a mother arrested and two and a half baby in the hospital. welcome back everyone, it is 9:30 on saturday, october 17th, our final half hour here this morning. i'm blair miller. >> and i'm julie grauert. waking up to a brisk morning this morning. meteorologist rob eicher here with us, already complaints about those temperatures. >> some from the inside of the building, i'm just saying, tomorrow morning even cooler and monday morning, even colder than that. freeze warning for tonight and tomorrow morning. areas shade understand the blue here. not included the boston, the cape and the island, however, tomorrow night, sunday night,
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into monday morning, will be even colder. so there that's where we've got the freeze watch out for boston and cape and island. sunday night into monday morning, coldest time periods. freeze watch for boston. even boston will drop below freezing by the time we get to monday morning. currentsly 58. pawtucket, 49 the current temperature in boston. 47 in fitchburg. partly sunny skies on tap for today. getting chilly tonight. show you some of those numbers coming up in a few minutes. >> and you may have gotten that am we were alert on your phone this morning. i know both of us did. new this morning, a mother is in police custody after taking off with her sick baby. >> tiffany and cavicherry found in boston after that amber alert. stephanie coueignoux is live in boston with the latest information she's getting from authorities. stephanie. >> reporter: the baby now receiving emergency medical attention after being found severely dehydrated. we can let you know that both
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boston's children hospital at around 3 this morning. police say when they found the two and a half month old baby, again, he was severely dehydrated. police in pennsylvania actually issued that amber alert yesterday after they say the mother, tiffany cherry, refused to take her son to the hospital there for treatment. instead they say she drove away with him. around 2 this morning, this information came in to police, tiffany and her son found here in massachusetts. an issue of amber alert in massachusetts. boston police found chairry and the son again here at children's hospital. they arrested her on three default warrants out of massachusetts and now she's facing a number of charges, including endangering the welfare of a child. police do plan to extra indict her. i also spoke with massachusetts state police earlier this morning. and they say any time there is an amber alert, time of the
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essence, especially in this case because they never had a photo of shiri or of her son. so after they may have ditched the car, they wouldn't be able to identify them. thankfully. they found them here at boston's children hospital. the son now receiving emergency medical attention. for now, in boston, i'm stephanie coueignoux fox 25 news. >> happening today, 400,000 people are expected to line the banks of the charles river to cheer on athletes from around the world. the 51st run, of the head of the charles regatta. more than 11,000 people will take to the river to compete in 61 rowing races. the rowers start at the university of boston boat house and make their way to art at the sign knee park. >> a few parts of manchester by the sea, are without water this afternoon after a water main break yesterday morning. a pipe at school and central streets broke. and for a while. the water was cut off to the entire town. now only the areas of pine, beach and central streets are
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still waiting for water. officials still trying to figure out why the main broke we do know part of the line is more than 100 years old. >> new this morning, one person dead, another in custody after a deadly crash in westport. it happened along route 6. the herald reports 63 year old man is accused of driving recklessly and being suspected of drunk driving when he rear-ended another car. the woman in that car it was thrown from her vehicle and killed. no word yet on the names of the people involved. >> happening today, uber drivers across the nation, plan on striking were they won't log onto the app and pick up thousands of passengers everywhere. they told you that boston drivers are plan to go join this push. some of their their demand include, higher rates for rides so drivers can take more money home, they also want passengers to tip drivers one of the popular things about uber, no tipping the driver building, finally other fees like tolls to go up as well. sent fox 25 a statement, uber, said, riding the question always
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welcomes feedback from drivers. driver really push to go keep it going until tomorrow night. >> it is now 9:33. a main toddler released from the hospital of a he came down with e. coli at a petting zoo. 2 sun journal reporting 17 month auburn. another child in maine died last week from e. coli exposure and officials are investigating whether they picked up the bacteria at the petting zoo last month. >> four teenager unless custody and officers trying to figure out if they're connected to a series of car thefts and break ins. one in walpole involved in a police chief through several local towns, it continued until the person driving the car barrelled into this man's yard in braintree. fox 25 was there as one of the four teens was released from jail after being here in court. >> i have school at 7 o'clock. i was getting a ride to the bank and everything got out of control. >> reporter: did you tell your friends to stop? >> everything was going -- i was just worried about my life.
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i put on my seatbelt. >> walpole investigators working with other towns, with similar car break ins and thefts to see if they're connected or not the owner of a bakery ransack add and but these exemplar rised tell fox 25 the suspect must have known their way around. equipment in the bakery was destroyed and all of it done in the dark. told fox 25 that the suspect avoided getting caught on security cameras and used bleach to destroy everything else that was missed. >> the facts that someone was evil enough to just walk around and pour it everywhere. every piece of equipment that he didn't want to take, was just doused in bleach. >> police are reviewing other surveillance cameras and evidence. the suspect left behind. officers say if you noticed anything odd between 8:30 and 9 on thursday, call boston police. >> two people in custody after a shooting outside of a busy t station. it happened yesterday during the busy commute, it started as a
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location of jamaica plain and then spilled outside. no one was hurt and no word on the suspect's name this morning. police have a student in custody this morning after finding a gun in a school locker in pittsfield. the berkshire eagle reports a small caliber pistol and clip of bullets were found. students sheltered in place during the investigation. no word on the student's name or face. >> this morning ark new mrilt attack ad has the mother of a winchester native demanding it's pulled from the air. >> dear hillary clinton, i'd like to ask you why you ignored calls for help in benghazi and murdered. >> the ad first aired during the democratic debate earlier this week. in it, the victims killed during the 2012 benghazi attacks questioned hillary clinton. it was paid for for the stop hillary clinton pac and without getting permission from the
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families. barbara do catheter tee says she did not give her permission and does not portray her son's character. talking from his grave. he was not political, he would be horrified if he was eye live. >> she's plan to go send a letter to television executives on the issue. >> new this morning, the company that operateds the mbtaed commuter rail lost $19 and a half million in the first six months of 2015. that's newly released financial figures from services. that figure has nearly doubled the losses from the last half of 2014. explains the record breaking snowstorms that hit our region during that time. >> it is now 9:37. a country overwhelmed by the migrant crisis. what it did overnight. and the action thousands of refugees are being forced to take now. >> the new propaganda video of the isis group showing a different side. >> 49 degrees right now.
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>> isis trying to change its image as it works to attract new groups, the group's propaganda videos instead of focusing on farming, fishing and baking, beautiful landscapes and setting suns. a stoic contrast to the terrorist's usual fare. >> the fact that it's got an economy, the fact that it's got schools and moments, these are all very heavily refined and idealized lands but what the islamic state is trying to sell is utopia far more than brutality. >> the do still exist just in fewer numbers and still seeks to attack the u.s., but this shift by some of a sign of growing confidence in light of the ineffective bombing campaign against them. >> more tough news for the state's only casino. according to the gaming commission, generated $12.6
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when the casino opened in july, it brought in $18 million, the trend is consistent with other casino openings. fall river t latest interest in bringing the paw sox to town. fall rivers president robert items the herald news they're poking around to see if there's interest. official unless worcester and springfield are also considering bids for the team. changes at the airport. why using a passport for reality. >> plus millions of dollars of water leaking into the big dig tunnels. >> i drive through the tunnels every single day.
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and off millions of dollars are spent every year on patching and repairing holes inside big dig tunnels. and this week, the state confirmed more than 16 million gallons of water have leaked into tunnels this year alone. the state says because of a bad winter. >> went through the numbers and found how much they're really spending to patch holes inside leaky tunnels. >> you see it happening year after year leaks. even when ice dams formed. >> is it safe in your opinion. >> i drive through the tunnels every single day and i do believe the tunnels are safe. >> new documents from mass dot show this year, until august, more than 16 million gallons of water leak understand the tunnels they also show so far the state is paying the on call contractor hired to repair those leaks between 5 and $7 million, leaks happened between january and april of this year. snowfall.
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me think, oh, it's going to pop some day when i'm in it. it makes me comfortable that they're taking care of it. >> i would say that the leaks are within the federal guidelines. >> governor baker says he'd like to get to the point where the state is not just within the federal guidelines and isn't patch holes. it all raises questions about who the state will stick to expected costs for maintenance and repairs $12 and a half million by march of 2017. >> when you're talking about tunnels that run along the bottom of a body of water, or underneath a body of water, in our case, we've got a little bit of both here. it's not that unusual to have leaks. >> in south boston, fox 25 news. >> the males department of transportation, say those tunnels are safe and a list of scheduled inspections are performed on a regular basis. >> forget the pen and paper, so old fashioned, if you want to get your lawmakers attention, on
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say lawmakers are more accountable because of social media. more than three quarters staffers say social media allow more interaction with constituents. seth not ton says social media holds lawmakers more accountable. >> they check what people are saying, where they're coming from, their ideas, respond to messages that i received. >> the study found 70 percent of staffers finds social media comments directed at congress, would influence an undecided lawmaker. >> millions of americans might have to start using passports to fly even for domestic travel as soon as january. new york has not complied with the real id act. that act was issued more than a decade ago in the wake of 9/11 requiring stricter standards for state ids. the whole to make only people in u.s. legally could get i.d.s. the massachusetts is also not in compliance with the act.
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but given an extension. it will bring i.d.s into compliance. cunt i.d. holders until 2020 to up daylight licenses under the current i.d. rules. >> officials now expect just 10 million americans will, covered by private insurance through the afford dabble care act next year, about a million more than this year. a well below an office projection of 20 million sign ups were open enrollment for next year starts on november 1st. >> all right. let's start with the information, probably top on your mind. how low will it go tonight for the cape and the island, no problems, cold but freezing, 37 in chatham, 35 in falmouth. 208 20 in bridgewater. getting closer to boston area, more like mid 30s and immediately downtown. but 29 in framingham. 27 in milford. mid 20s on contaminate for worcester later on tonight. and colder sunday night and
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monday morning, cold enough likely below freezing in boston now on average. that wouldn't happen until november 8th. you're probably thinking that's kind of late, since we had frost and freezes already. that's based on the thermometer at boston logan airport. even there, i expect the temperature will dip sunday night into monday morning, which will be the earliest that happened since october 10th, 1979. right now 46 in norwood, 48 in lawrence, 49 in current temperature right now in boston. and will little bit gusty out there. which makes it cooler, sustained winds on the order of 10 to 15. but frequent gusts up around 25 miles an hour. see the treetops from the fox 25 studios waving in the wind behind the camera, that will add to the chill. actual temperatures generally in the mid 50s this afternoon. but look at the difference between the high temperatures for tomorrow. only in the upper 40s. little bit further to the north, afternoon.
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burlington about 43. but some of the higher elevations, some of the mountains up in parts of new hampshire, parts of vermont are actually seeing snow at this hour. show you that in just a second envelope the meantime, first things thirst first, a few sprinkles across cape cod bay. outer cape. bind that little bit of rain, skies actually start to clear out. and that's basically what we're looking at for the rest of the day. partly, even mostly sunny skies but a little further to the north, not that far to the north, all of the white, all of the blue across northern maine, northern vermont, north'thern new hampshire, higher elevations the green mountains and the white mountains, that is actually snow, part of an area of low pressure kind of spinning around here and that is help to go drive in the cooler weather down here into southern new england. now, if you're thinking about heading north to maybe check out the leaf color, don't worry, notice the decimal point. that is crucial here, this
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not to po 3 inches of snow. just enough adjusting, just enough to add to the fall color. 48 tomorrow often blustery both tonight. hard freeze likely sunday night into tomorrow morning. getting better, though, already back to the mid 60s by tuesday afternoon. >> well, the world spookiest night spent in the world's spookiest places. the way you could live once in a lifetime night. >> plus a local surfer forced to fend for his life.
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describing the terrifying moments of the shark attack that left him bleeding and in desperate need of help in hawaii. 25 year old collin cook was attacked last week off the north shore of oahu. cook lost most of his left leg and suffered injuries to his hands when that shark bit him as he waited to catch a wave. he said it felt like a truck had slammed right into him. >> he come, dragged me under water. and it took me a second to realize, it was like a massive shark was on my leg. so i had to push him off this end, i lost fingers and stuff. i kind of had to punch him with the other. >> pushed him off, punched him. cook says he's recovering and taking it one day at a time. sea world is fighting for the right for killer whales. giving animals more room as part
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>> very damp down there, damp and mold tee and -- >> moldy. >> from all of us. >> bring out a few medication, it's not moldy around here, it will be damp or. >> cold. 55 on tap for today. that's as warm as it gets. 32 later on tonight. boston. upper 20s in the suburbs. 48 that's our high temperature tomorrow afternoon. that's as warm as it gets. and blustery both days, both today and tomorrow afternoon. that will add to the chill. sunday night into monday morning. mid 20s that's the average. more like low 30s in the boston area were even low 20s in the suburbs. >> things will bounce back later this morning. >> and tuesday. >> got to have everything handy. stick around.
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