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and happening today, hillary clinton will testify at a highly anticipated hearing. how the investigation into benghazi could make or break her presidential campaign. you are watching the fox25 morning news. tsara good morning, everybody, it is a very foggy start this thursday morning. this is new video showing what it looks like in boston right now. and thank you so much for joining us, i am sara >>gene: i am gene lavanchy. meteorologist sarah wroblewski is here. sarah, when is this fog going to move out. it is very thick. >>sarah: some dense fog in some spots reducing the visibility. we are expecting to see the fog through the morning commute and then start to see improvement, but going to be a generally cloudy day. a few breaks out there and look at visibility down to less than a mile in places like nantucket a mile in places like nantucket, boston, norwood, worcester, orange, and nonetheless changing very fast and may be seeing fine conditions and then quickly
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come into that fog. some take it easy. plan some extra time if you were headed out. satellite and radar showing the cold front well to the west, a few areas of showers pushing through new york. we will have to watch those as they push eastward. some may fizzle and nonetheless some may fizzle and nonetheless, we will see the winds ahead of that front pick up out of the south-southwest and really boost our temperatures. ant right now mild despite the fog out there. a few breaks in the cloud cover down across the southeast. we are in the 50s, and hold on to a few breaks of sunshine possible, as we head through the midmorning, improvement with the fog and temperatures in the mid-60s. we will be watching for showers becoming more organized during the evening as that cold front comes on through. a closer look at that time line coming up. a closer look at traffic with julie grauert. good morning. >>julie: good morning. seeing some of the fog in the traffic cams. first the maps, 93 south moving along fine from the cleaver
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somerville. the pike is where we are seeing some of that fog as a live look through brighton. looking a little better the last time we checked in. a better morning leave a few minutes early to deal with those conditions. 12 minutes on the pike from the tolls to the ted williams tunnel. the pike. 19 minutes from 495 to the leverett connector. gene gene sara, back to you. students are returning to class just hours after police bust a student for a dangerous plot tsara police say he wanted to, quote, shoot up the school. officials are thanking another teen for alerting them. jess? >>reporter: gene and sara, this san joseer has been thinking of the threats for quite some time and police found ammunition at two homes where he had been living. police arrested the 16-year-old on monday for making a columbine-style threat to shoot up metheun high school.
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about his plans and police are crediting that person for stepping up and saying something to police. along with that ammunition that was found, a search of the suspect's belongings also turned up business gunning and riot gear. >> some type -- you can describe some as tactical and other as sort of replica of columbine-type clothing. >> police are not identifying the subject only as a juvenile and a 16-year-old junior at metheun high school. was taken into the hospital for treatment after he was arrested and we reached out to the essex county da's office to see what is next for him from here. in the next half hour, we are hearing from the school superintendent. how things will be handled at school and how they will address this. jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. transit police are investigating hue woman ended up stuck under an orange line
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a woman trespassed at the hay market station at the right-of-way and was knocked under the train. the woman was conscious when she was taken to the hospital. a this is was breaking during our 10:00 news. a passenger on the train told us what they heard. >> like two seconds out there because the driver was, like, afraid of it. and to get to everyone and someone was on the train and -- >>gene: buss replaced trains for a little over an hour and a half, but the service is back to normal this morning. new safety concerns this morning about the big dig. inspectors are take look at hundreds of bolts inside the o'neill tunnel. they hold up the lights that thousands people drive under every day. fox25's michael henrich are live with the tip tunnel with details on this new problem. >> good morning. highway official say no safety
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risk at this point. they are replacing the nuts out of an abundance of caution. plus they say that the other silver lining here is that you won't experience the full closure of any of the affected tunnels. they are doing this work overnight with partial lane closures. all that aid, it is another headache in the wake of the big dig. the highway administrator say it is unclear when hundreds of nuts helping to hold up the light fixture and when it could initially be installed. with that said 70% of the nuts in the ted williams tunnel have been inspected and 878 need replacement. 40% of the 100,000 nuts in the connector and tunnels have been inspect and just 49 were found to be cracked. the fixtures were held up by wiring and highway official say even if all the nuts were cracked, the light fixtures would not fall. the light fixture would not fall about four and a half
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crashed right into the roadway. now officials expect to finish up these inspections by the end of november, but it is unclear right now how much this latest round of post big dig repairs will end up costing taxpayers. live in boston, michael henrich live in boston, michael henrich, fox25 news. this morning plans to extend the mbta's green line may be on hold again. state officials tell the globe that the next phase of the project will be delayed until next spring. there is also a chance the multibillion dollar project could be all together. plans call for building seven new green line stops in somerville and medford. and acting chief of the transit police have a full-time job. kenneth green is a nearly 25 kenneth green is a nearly 25-year veteran of the transit police force and acting chief since last november when paul mcmillian retired. green started as a patrolman in 1991, rose to the rank and promoted to deputy chief in 20
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5:6 and new this morning town officials are firing two fire fighters in brookline for bad behavior. the herald reports the town's board of selectmen voted on the move. and throwing food at him outside of anna taqueria and jeremy joseph faces drunk driving and hit-and-run charges for an incident in newton. a brockton cheerleading coast for allegedly rape coast for allegedly raping a 4-year-old girl. it nicholas johnson pled not guilty to several charges including aggravated rape and enticing a minor. according to court documents the incident happened earlier this month at the brockton apartment. has been ordered to stay away from the full house all-star cheer gym where he used to work cheer gym where he used to work. he will be back in court next month. bail is set at $25,000 for a worcester man accused of expose exposing himself near an elementary school. michael borchino lived across the street from woodland
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academy and continued to do this in front of a window. parents screamed at him to stop. officers arrested him inside his house. and new this morning, bridgewater state has formally closed a sexual assault investigation on campus. an 18-year-old freshman at bridgewater state told school officials she was assaulted in a campus parking lot by a man she met online. they say a thorough investigation determined that the report was unfounded. the university will not pursue any charges. and this morning, the search is over for a missing maine woman and her son. we could have had this story all day yesterday as the search unfolded. sara meade called brunswick, maine police saying she went to an trip with her ex-boyfriend and she was safe and back in maine. the woman's parent reported her missing when her 5-year-old son didn't show up for school. eight minutes after 5:00 and new details of the death of a teenager inside of a local motel. eve tamrmy's mother posted an
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the site where escort ads are often found. the mother was at the rivera hotel with her boyfriend when her 17-year-old daughter was found dead. police believe she died from a drug overdose but autopsy results are not due for weeks. investigators are looking at surveillance video to find the people responsible for damaging several youth soccer fields. a car intentionally ripped up a grass at fields at the belmont soccer complex in east bridgewater on saturday night. police say the surveillance video and some physical evidence is helping them make progress in this investigation. in medway, neighbors voted against a power expansion plant. medway's administrator told residents only the state can approve or deny the plan from epsilon power. the impacts on the environment will be minimal and opponents are still taking the arguments to the standing facilities to the standing facility's board.
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air pollution into what we already have is acceptable. i think we have a great chance of changing their minds. >>gene: opponent also have a year before the state makes its final decision. first responders in waltham have given a no confidence vote to the city's mayor. they athey have been at odds with mayor jennette mccarthy because of safety and sanitation issues. responders say that mccarthy has ignored requests for things such as infrastructure improvements and new fire trucks and police cars. the fire department is currently using a 32-year-old ladder truck. they didn't come to this decision lightly and the vote comes after years of frustration. this morning, president obama is joining the national fight against heroin as massachusetts's death toll continues to rise. more than 680 people in the state died of overdoses during the first six months this year. that is a 7% increase from last
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highest drug-related deaths on record. one of president obama's proposal to provide health care providers with training on prescribing painkillers. 5:10 5:10. brazen robbers make away with $100,000 in mac books. how they hit the store during a patriots game. plus years of controversy over a terrorist attack come to a head today. coming up next, the crucial moments for hillary clinton as she testifies on benghazi. first julie grauert is checking traffic. >>julie: right now overall volume is light but what we are seeing is fog. a live look at the pike through brighton where you can see it is low and lingering close to the ground and more on the drive times in a moment. first here is sara. >>sarah: seeing visibility less than a quarter of a nile brighton. and plan some extra time. we could start to see fog improve after sunrise and an hour. we are warming up. 70s in some spots and we are
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newsroom with what is expected to happen when testimony begins at 10 a.m. >>daniel: sara, good morning. part of the investigation into the 2012 attacks that killed four americans and the american consulate in libya. the house committee will look at the violence that led to the death of four americans and security breaches that failed to keep them safe. one answer that the committee hopes to get why clinton was unaware -- or requests for additional security leading up to the attack despite an increase of violence in the area. >> we have land through e-mails and through documents there were hundreds of mentions about security incidents particularly in 2012, so we have questions about the secretary about what she did with respect to those security requests. >>daniel: now among the americans killed in the awack was winchester native and former navy seal glen door her tee.
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dorothy democrats are questioning the aim of the investigation and calling it a partisan attack on clinton. it begins at 10:00 and you can watch it on our livestream at in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. clinton's performance at today's hearing will play a big role in the future of her presidential run, but right now she is on track to have the best month of her campaign. yesterday vice president joe biden confirmed would not run for the white house and clinton solidified her support with democrats. boston bruins still winless at home. patrice bergeron took the ice hours after the birth of his first child. bergeron scores this goal to tie the game at 2 after the first period. to overtime, 4-4, the flyers with the power play.
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girard ripping it home the one-timer. philly wins it 5-4. bruins had just one point at home so far this year. congratulations to the red raiders of watertown high. the school's field hockey team made history with a 6-0 win over melrose. watertown is undefeated in 154 straight games. that is a new national record. the red raiders have not lost since the state semifinals in 2008 and have not allowed a goal in 40 of their last 41 games. an impressive run of dominance there, julie. just congratulations. that's mind-boggling. >>julie: huge congratulations. no pressure. don't let in a goal don't let in a goal if you do, it may ruin everything. huge congrats to them. go out and see a game. it sounds fun. bad feeling with the traffic already. an accident eastbound before 128. thankfully volume is light so
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your drive times. out soon. 93 south moving along nicely due kicking over to route 1 in saugus. this is the shot where we see a stream of headlights and so foggy out there this morning and still so early that is a tough call as you head to lynn fell parkway. here are the live drive times. 12 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin bridge. 28 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 22 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist sarah wroblewski and you are saying it may linger throughout the commute in some particular spots. >>sarah: yeah, absolutely julie. we need the sun to come up that will happen after 11:00 and eat away at the clouds as the temperatures warm up. and it may take until 8:00 and some points 9:00 where we see that fog completely dissipate. the morning commute, at least through 7:00, will be foggy in some areas. i will improvements after sun i will improvements after
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once we see that sun come up, yes, a lot of clouds. any breaks of sun will boost temperatures today and we will be talking about some spots nearing 70, 10 degrees above normal. we are talking a few showers late in the day, and the sunshine does return for tomorrow into the weekend. it comes with cooler weather. what we have got going on, the eastern boundary over the region, it will lift as a warm front during the day today and winds out of the south will help boost those temperatures. we got wet weather out to the west and tracking that as we head through the day, and waking up temperatures in the 50s. dew points in the 50s. those winds are light. so sure enough, we have lower visibility from worcester to boston. and it is changing as we go through the morning hours. so it is going to vary from place to place. and likely at times, you will have dense fog, and it will lift a little bit. something you will have to the day today. so the good news is, we are looking at improvement with respect to the fog as we will hold on to the clouds. but take a look at that. temperatures getting to near 70
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in some spots for the day today. in fact taking a look at the conditions across the region. anticipating to see upper 60s to low 70s well above average, down across the cape and islands, probably a little cooler down there. mid- to upper 60s because you are going to have that wind out of the south over the cooler ocean temperature waters. so take so taking a look at the temperatures across the region with the winds out of the south with the winds out of the south-southwest, 5 to 15 miles per hour. could see gusts as high as 20 to 30 miles per hour, upper 60s to low 70s is where we are headed. the warm front lifts northward. mild and breezy through your lunch hour. a few spot showers possible during the afternoon. a cold front out to the west that will be pushing in by the evening hours and later on tonight when kevin lemanowicz is on the fox25 news. he will be tracking some showers down along the south coast. overnight. temperatures will drop back into the 40s. 30s to the north and west and a cool, breezy day expected tomorrow with sunshine ands only in the upper 40s to low 50s. hold on to that cool weather.
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and clouds increase with the risk of showers through early sunday and cooler weather to start next week. a close he can look at that forecast coming up next half hour, only to you. a local boy's letter to the white house gets him more than he was hoping for. >> i knew you are really busy doing really important stuff, but i would love to hear from you. >> how cute is he. still ahead, the response from the commander in chief himself that is making this little boy boy's day. an update out of new york this morning on a deadly police
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new this morning, police in new mexico charge a 32-year-old man with murder in the road rage killing of a 4-year-old girl. the announcement of the arrest came a few hours after police said a person of have was taken into custody. investigators say tony torrez confessed to pulling up alongside of a pickup truck and shot into the vehicle on the albuquerque freeway. 4-year-old lilly garcia was struck in the head and she died struck in the head and she died. this morning, torrez is being held on $650,000 cash bail.
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the gunman accused of shooting and killing a nypd officer. suspect tyrone howard was arrested and charged with selling crack cocaine at a public housing complex in harlem in october of 2014. he plead guilty in may and released into a drug diversion program. howard is also wanted in connection of the shooting of a gang member in september. he faces murder and robbery charges for tuesday night's shooting death of officer randolph holder. happening today, president obama appearing to use his veto power for the fifth time in his presidency. the move will block a defense spending bill. the white house objects to congress increasing the pentagon's budget without passing a spending bill for the rest of the federal government. the veto will delay important defense programs. local senator will head to guantanamo bay this week. senator kelly ayonte of new hampshire is travelling to cuba hampshire is travelling to cuba. looking into reports that female guards have banned from
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performing certain duty performing certain duties because male prisoners say against their religion to be guarded by a woman. it came before the a hearing last spring. ayotte is critical of the white house's goal to close the prison, and that prisoners should not be dictating what happens there. the head of the cis is the -- of the cia is new victim of the wikileaks attacks. a draft security clearance containing personal information and address of family members and associates. brennan's account was hacked by a high school student protesting american foreign policy over the weekend. it is not clear if any national security information was compromised. a request for random acts of kindness. still ahead on the fox25 morning news, the small things you can do today to make a big difference to honor the memory of a local teacher. and i am tracking some early-morning fog this morning
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fog is not lifting, not just yet anyway. good morning, everybody. thank you for being with us here on the fox25 morning news on this thursday morning, october 22 at 5:30, i am gene lavanchy gene lavanchyaa and i am sara underwood . >>sara: i am sara underwood. meteorologist sarah wroblewski is checking which towns will be tracking 7 degrees. >>sarah: normally lower 60s. but 70s will be a treat. mild out there and winds coming from the south. a weather boundary over our region lots of clouds and, yes, low visibility out there. temperature and dew point when you see these two numbers exactly the same, you have low visibility in spots. in fact, we are talking about reduced visibility, down to less than a quarter of a mile on vineyard, nantucket, falmouth. it was zero at one point last hour. taunton over a mile. boston has improved and beverly a half a mile and we are seeing
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half a mile visibility. worcester down to a quarter of a mile. it will vary from town to town and you may be driving and run into that patchy fog. try to plan extra time. start to see improvements once the sun rises shortly after 7:00. the sunshine begins to eat away at the clouds but look at generally to partly cloudy day. will turn breezy but that will boost our temperatures getting into the low 70s in some spots this afternoon but i am track this afternoon but i am tracking a cold front that will bring cooler weather and bring the risk of some showers. i will show you where as well as the latest timeline coming up. a check of that traffic now with julie grauert. how are things going? >>julie: things are looking better as far as that accident i told you about. about seven minutes ago on pike. stalled car on 128. it will be towed away from there shortly. north of town, 93 south moving along at a decent clip and however we are watching that fog as you can see volume starting to build a little bit
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here are those live drive times here are those live drive times. 10 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 21 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 21 minutes on 128 south from peabody down to the weston tolls. sara and gene, back to you. students at metheun high are returning to school hours after police bust students for a dangerous plot. >> police say he wanted to, quote, shoot up the school. jessica reyes is live in metheun where they are thanking another teenager for alerting him. good morning, jess. >>reporter: good morning, gene. the suspect has been talking about these threats for quite some time and crews learned late last night that the search for two homes where the suspect had been living turned up among other things. police you a rested the 16-year-old suspect for making a columbine-style threat. police are crediting that person for stepping up and
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saying something along with the ammunition that was found, a search of his things turned up big guns and riot gear.some types of gear found, i guess could you describe them as tactical and sort of replica of columbine type clothing. >>reporter: police are not identifying the suspect as he is still a juvenile, but he is a 16-year-old junior at metheun high school. he was taken to the hospital and this morning we have reached out to the excess county da's office to get a better idea what is next for him from here. and police are saying that no one is in any danger at that point. but parents are still pretty shaken up, still left with a lot of questions about this and hearing from some of them in the next half hour. and we are live from metheun, jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. police say the evidence is pretty clear.
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door from a computer store with a stack of apple mac books. they are searching for two people. police in mansfield say this will the nobody their first heist, good morning, catherine. >>reporter: good morning, gene. the laptops they have seen walking out with this they made out with00,000 worth of equipment from the store and if it haven't already will be hitting the black market soon. look at these photos and this gives you an idea who police are talking about. the guys in the simply mac store in the shopping plaza. those are the guys that broke into the store. these images were captured between 10:30 and 11:00 sunday night a time they believe the thieves chose because so many people would be watching the pats game. in addition to the two people inside they believe one was waiting outside waiting with a vehicle. they disabled the alarm system
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>> we don't believe it is isolated with the -- with the stolen vehicle, which is very uncommon for that area in the same evening. we feel that it is very similar to a prior break that occurred down in cape cod some time ago, some years ago. >>reporter: now in terms of this latest incident, police say the suspects were certainly prepared using radios to communicate and covering them communicate and covering communicate and covering themselves with hoods, masks and gloves. police did give us more information on what unfolded during the incident. we will hear more from them next hour in addition to shoppers around here who weighed in. police do want to track down these suspects. if you have any information, you are asked to call police. live in mansfield, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. this morning a man accused in a horrific child abuse case remains in jail on high bond. randall linz was arraigned on child endangerment charges.
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he was arrested in july after his 7-year-old son was taken from his home. jack loiselle weighed 38 pounds at the time. lintz is back in court. ma n manchester, new hampshire a father is accused of shake of shaking a 3-month-old daughter so hard that it caused bleeding in her brain. jonathan legault is being held on $75,000 bail. if he posts bail he will not be allowed to go near the goals. she is resting at home with her mother after being treated at boston medical center. state police have arrested two people on gun charges following an alleged road rage incident on 95 south. the driver called police yesterday saying someone in another car pointed a gun at him. troopers tracked down the car and found a handgun, 21 mounds of ammunition and a halloween mask. the suspect appear in court this morning. >> investigators will
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somersworth, new hampshire. julie brady was killed and the man who escaped the fire said thick smoke thick smoke made it too difficult to rescue her. she died of smoke inhalation after unable to after unable after unable to escape from her second-floor bedroom. police are urging women to defend themselves after a string assaults over the summer. our cameras were there as police met with residents to discuss safety concerns. several women were robbed, others groped in self-different attacks. officers have identified at least two of the suspects. while they search for another, community leaders warn women to be aware and arm themselves with petcher spray and whistle with petcher spray and whistles. >> we need to figure out how to get this out there, so people, to the to freak them out. >> police have identified the robbing suspects but are still looking for the man accused of groping women in south boston and dorchester.
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musicians, actors and other street performers may have to open their tip jars to work in boston. last night the city council debated a proposal to force officer mitt. it will cost $40 per year and could be revoked for mis misconduct. right now boston has no regulations for on street entertainment. 5:37. new this morning several nfl teams may force to cut dies with companies like draft kings with companies like draft kings. 24 nfl teams have lucrative deals with draft king and its rival fan dual. but some states may declare the fantasy games illegal. if that happens the teams in that state will likely end their sponsorship deals. for now they remain legal in massachusetts but that son could change. house speaker robert deleo said he is planning to regulate sites like draft kings and fan duel.
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so see if the sites will be considered a form of gambling. >> i don't know if there is comfort of whether this is gambling or not. we have some work to do it. >> the commission will discuss the legality of the online sports sites and if they have the power to regulate them. friends and family of this local teacher say the best way to honor her memory to honor her memories is to honor her words. she once posted on twitter to find something good on every day. daniel miller is live for the request from all of us are rit zerk rit zerk's best friend. she is asking for everyone to perform random acts of kindness. two years ago today colleen ritzer was murdered. they are asking for run to perform a random act of kindness in her honor. she was killed two years ago today. a former mass student. she stayed after school to help. promoting random acts of kindness and students so staff
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can find something good in every day. there is a facebook page with suggestions of things you can do. it can be as simple as just opening the door to someone. organizers want to share random acts of kindness on social media with the hashtag kindness for colleen. you can share the movement by going to our facebook page. daniel miller, fox25 news. demands answers after a little girl is locked inside of a dark day care. [crying] >>sara: still ahead at o'clock >>sara: still ahead at o'clock, how the parents got back the daughter and what investigators are saying about the day care. a local high school banned from playing ball. the texts shared among the football team that is costing players field time. get ready to see fog on that morning commute. it will affect the drive times. right now a 13-minute commute from the expressway to the braintree split and columbia road. sara. we are seeing low
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visibility out through worcester county into parts of new hampshire. we will continue to monitor that for you. that for you. looks as though we will see improvements once the sun rises and few breaks of sunshine hel leadership isn't given.
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an entire high school football team in connecticut ordered off the field because of a sexting scandal. plainville high school officials would only say that an inappropriate group text was being exchanged. a student who did not want to go on camera said 13 father go on camera said 13 football players were on that text exchanging photos of naked female students some as young the district is still investigating, but as of right now, there is no criminal investigation. this morning a wakefield first-grader has one heck of a show and tell item. 7-year-old nathan young wrote president barack obama a letter, and this week, he got a response in the package came a
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portrait, pictures of the white house dogs, and a personalized letter from the commander-in letter from the commander-in-chief. nathan's reaction was priceless nathan's reaction was priceless. >> he said, um, i have something very special for you that i got in the mail. and just as she said, i am like, oh, a letter from president obama! >>sara: how much do you love this little guy. nathan has put his letter in a binder for safekeeping and he is dreaming for a visit to the white house. they are writing a letter for local lawmakers for help getting tickets. they are no longer the new york mets. this morning the mets are champions of the national league. they swept the cubs last night game four of the nlcs. second baseman, daniel murphy, the king of queens, he had a home run for the sixth straight post season game. a record. it is remarkable approximately mets cruise past the cubs 8-3. new york returns for first time since the subway series of 2000 since the subway series of 2000.
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as for who they will face in the world series that is still up in the air. the blue jays kept their season alive beating the royals in game 5. a solo home run for toronto in the second inning. jays roll to 7-1 win. the series shifts back to kansas city for game 6 tomorrow night. good morning, everyone. it is coming up on 5:46 in the morning. and we are going to start south of town. route 3 moving along fine from 228 in rockland starting to slow down a little bit in braintree as you approach the expressway. expect fog on your commute today. we aren't seeing it on the maps because overall the volume is still light. expressway itself take you past freeport street and because it is so dark, you can hardly see. the live drive times 13 minutes on route 3 from 228 to the braintree split. 11 minutes on 24 from 123 to 128.
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approach 128. sarah, i know our traffic chopper probably won't be flying because the ceiling - low. it will be dangerous. take it slow on the road as well. >>sarah: absolutely, julie, i was able to plot the observation data to show where the thickest fog. the vineyard and nantucket, visible is -- visibility down to less than a mile and nantucket a quarter of a mile. take it easy and plan extra time. we will anticipate to see some of that fog burn off once the fog rises shortly after 7:00 and we will be dealing with a mix of sun and clouds. a lot more clouds at times as a cold front will be approaching the region. currently it is mild out there. now. 57 in plymouth. that wind out of the south, fairly light, and as we head through the day, we will notice some breaks in the cloud cover, but look at that, you temperatures will be climbing into the upper 50s to near 70 degrees. even in places like worcester. temperature right now 52 degrees. that visibility down, as i
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mentioned, very low. so it easy. as you head on to the day, you will finally see that sunshine helping to boost temperatures in the upper 60s and we will be dealing with gusty winds too. in fact that is the story today. it will be mild, breeze it will be mild, breezy, gusts as high as 30 miles per hour. a mix of sun and clouds and tracking a late day shower. i am showing you our almanac and usually as temperatures will be climbing into the upper 50s and lower 70s. usually in the upper 50s but notice the sunset around 5:52. most of the showers we will be tracking will be occurring during the evening commute, during that time. so something we will be watching throughout the day. weather boundary weather boundaries go right through our region keeping our clouds in place once this system lifts northward through the day today. we will really tap into the mild air. again you can notice the thin spots in the clouds and winds will be active throughout the afternoon boosting those temperatures into the 60s by your lunch hour. a few spot showers possible to the west, but as you head
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toward the evening, we will start to see more organized showers. could be a quick downpour, a rumble of thunder toward the late evenings showers across the south coast, cape and islands right around 10:00 when kevin lemanowicz will be on the fox25 morning news tracking some of these showers and the cold front as it will be pushing southward. once it moves on through, cool and breezy tomorrow. the high pressure builds on in and brings us sunshine. overnight tonight, we will find clearing skies and temperatures back into the 40s. 30s to the north and west. and look at these temperatures for tomorrow. a little on the chilly side. upper 40s, low 50s. enjoy the 70-degree reading for the day today and will start off that weekend forecast a little bit cool too. in fact, temperatures will start off near breezy but on saturday in the 50s. climb a few degrees on sunday but comes with a risk of a few showers, especially early on in the day and looks as though most of that moisture may get on out of here just in time for the pats game. something we will have to watch very closely.
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through every day. we have got a fairly mild start of the day across the region. temperatures in the 40s and 50s temperatures in the 40s and 50s. partly to mostly cloudy skies and a lot of fog in some spots. coming up, we will show you where we have dense fog right now before you head out the door. and stuck in an engine block crying to get out. how long this little cat
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