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into the afternoon hours and ten sustained in boston and 16 in p town and notice a little bit of breeze and gusty winds at times through the morning hours and winds will start to calm down as we head throughout the day and there are afternoon highs really not any different what we have out there now. then tonight it really starts to get chilly, down below freezing and worcester down 31 later on and back if the 60s before long and good news there's no fog for the commuters to deal with this morning. julie, what are the commuters dealing with. julie: accident route 3 south of town and route 53 in rockland so slowing things down just a little bit. otherwise 24, 95, route 1 moving along at decent clip up to 128. pike very sluggish eastbound through framingham even though
weston tolls has cleared. through brighton things still nice and light. here are the live drive times to help you plan your day, 17 minutes weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 30 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike and 37 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene and catherine, back to you. >> gene: we continue to follow breaking news in brighton where man was gunned down in parking lot. >> catherine: happened near telford street and weston ave. jessica reyes at the scene with details about the ongoing investigation. jess? >> jessica: police were here in the parking lot for several hour last night, shooter took off rubbing across the star market parking lot toward boston avenue late last night and they have been investigating ever since. still searching for that shooter but police do confirm this morning 30-year-old man was shot and killed here overnight. this was the scene shortly after it happened on telford street in brighton.
you can see police focusing on this silver suv and we are told that car belongs to the victim. witnesses say a man shot that victim twice and then took off running through the parking lot. right now police are going through surveillance video from their shopping center hoping to get a clear look at this suspect the boston police superintendent we spoke to who was on scene a couple hours ago says they have not yet determined if the shooting was random or not but determining to speak to witnesses this morning and look think to keep all of this together and asking for help from the public this morning and anyone that knows more about this and saw something last night to give him a call right away. i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: major hurricane on the move this morning and breaking within the last 30 minutes the national hurricane center says it is the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the western hemisphere. hurricane patricia category five with wind peaking up to 200 miles per hour as it nears
this huge storm expected to make landfall later today. meteorologist say the storm intensified at historic rate and now being fueled by one of the strongest el nino events since 1950. meteorologist rob eicher is tracking the storm and will have the latest in a few minutes. >> catherine: also overseas a deadly bus crash in france, 42 people killed in bus and truck and southwest part of the country near the city of bourdieu. this video from the scene where there's a number of ambulances and fire crews and officials of official says the death toll so high because the bus caught fire radio station reported the bus was primarily carrying elderly people. so far authorities have not said where the people on the bus are from. >> gene: we are also following breaking news overnight in nashville where police are investigating a deadly campus shooting at tennessee state university. officials at tennessee state says one person has died, two others are in the hospital. metro nashville police say it happened at courtyard at the
college after midnight. a nashville newspaper says a university spokesman says the man who died was not enrolled at the school and paper says two other people were students and injuries are not life-threatening. investigators say it started over a game of dice. three people shot near house party near the university and they are all okay but gunman in that shooting is still at large. >> catherine: fox25 looking to get condition on teenager stabbed outside a "t" station. it happened at jackson square stop in jamaica plain. the 17-year-old boy was stabbed by another erin jarvis 32 after the pair fought. it is the second violent incident involving teenagers on the orange line in just a matter of days. last week teenagers got into a gun fight at the forest hill station and riders are concerned for their safety. >> i believe they need to enforce rule or safety because people want to get home safely. it is so sad to see what happened today to see the young
>> catherine: fox25 looked at crime statistics on the mbta website and shows the jackson square stop alone there have already been 26 serious crimes this year and that's the same number as total number from last year. catherine: 15-year-old tried to skirt metal detectors in dorchester. that's when the gun was found. police say the student tried to run and then resisted officers. he is facing charges for the gun, ammunition and resisting arrest. >> catherine: new this morning a woman on the run from police in more than decade due in new hampshire courtroom. 35-year-old andrea u.s.ig was driving a car that had mechanical problems and trooper pulled the car over and discovered she had a warrant in pennsylvania and charged in burglary case from 12 years ago and will be arraigned as fugitive from justice and faces
gene: road rage incident on 95 south in sharon. police say they found more than two dozen rounds of ammunition, a gun and halloween mask in the suspect's car. two appeared in court and defense says this is not a one-sided incident. fox25 tried to find more about that from the suspect's family outside court. >> can you tell us what happened? >> you know what happened, don't you? >> i don't know what happened. >> i guess it was a cat and mouse game then, buy. >> gene: they told fox25 the victim did nothing wrong and they are due back in court monday for a dangerous hearing. >> catherine: hillary clinton is back on the campaign trail after highly anticipated congressional hearing in benghazi. expecting is investigating the handling of the attack to theft three americans were dead. tensions were high in the
eleventh hour of testimony. andy rose reports. >> you said everybody else is responsible for everything else, what were you responsible for? >> i was responsible for sending chris stevens to weapons as alloy and i was responsible for supporting a temporary mission that the we were constantly evaluating and responsible for quite a bit, congressman. i was not responsible for specific security "and decisions. >> reporter: argue the most the secretary of state. >> i don't care if you sent by morris code, carrier pigeon, smoke signals. you need to make sure the entire record is correct. >> that's exactly what i want to do. >> reporter: clinton has response that left four americans dead. >> i would imagine i thought more about what happened than all of you put together. >> reporter: republicans insist the hearing is not part of the partisan witch hunt. >> we will pursue the truth
manner worthy of the four people that lost their lives and worthy of the respect of our fellow citizens. >> reporter: during the testimony clinton challenged the committee to look at the bigger picture. >> these are complex issues, mr. congressman, and i think it is important that we look at the totality of what was going on. >> reporter: i'm andy rose reporting. >> catherine: this morning house democrats are signaling they may boycott the rest of the hearing saying nothing has been learned during clinton's testimony nor in the 17 months the committee has been investigating the attack. >> gene: this morning glen doherty claim they were not truthful with the family immediately after the attack. >> she spoke to my family about how bad we should feel for the libyan people because they are breeds violence. i remember thinking at the time, wow, how selfish of me i never really thought about the libyan people. i have been so consumed with my own grief and loss.
character that she would shoes in that moment to basically perpetuate what she knew was untrue. >> gene: doherty's sister did not. >> catherine: former governor of rhode island will speak at the democratic national committee woman's forum in national d.c. struggling and poll numbers are around zero and raised only $30,000. >> gene: 7:10 and gop front runner donald trump pointing finger at intern. that's the person to blame after his twitter feed aimed insult at iowa voters. it happened after ben carson leading the state. the state suggested eating too much genetically modified corn
has damaged iowa voter's brain and trump has deleted the retweet. gene: last year kaci hickox was in isolation. she had been returning from working in patients in west africa and chris christie violated the constitutional rights by holding her without due process. she seeking $250,000. governor christie's office would not comment on the lawsuit. 7:11 this morning, prized possessions stolen from local business owner. still ahead at 7:30 the missing sports memorabilia at the center of the criminal investigation this morning. >> catherine: first brand-new information out of logan airport where selfie caught the security scare and learned about possible criminal charges for the worker accused of taking the snapshot. julie: 18 minute drive time weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel.
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. >> gene: back at 7:14, new details about developing investigation at logan airport. airline employee sparking a security scare for taking a selfie. it is a story we broke first on fox25 and daniel miller is here with the new information just in from state police. >> daniel: that's right, gene, we are learning from mass state police contract worker won't
the selfie while sitting on the wing of a plane. state police confirm on fox25 the worker wasn't trespassing and he was credentialed to be in the hangar. it is now up to mass pike to determine and investigate if charges will be filed in the case. we broke the story during fox25 news at 10:00. the contractor is paneled employee from -- for swiss port which is the cargo service for swiss air. american airlines tells fox25 the worker climbed on to wing of american jet inside a hangar and took picture out of himself. the aircraft was taken out of service to be serviced and nothing was damaged and state police now tell us there will be no charges in this incident. it is now up to mass massport to further action against the employee. we will keep you updated. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> catherine: boston based fantasy sports company is now
looking for new venue. they are no longer able to use wynn las vegas resort. it is a top prize of $5 million. regulateners nevada ruled that license. >> gene: red sox manager ron with cancer. he says the lymphoma is now in remission. underwent three rounds of to manage the team next season as long as he is healthy. he will be on conference call and fox 25 will be on the call. >> gene: remy renewed contract and part of rotation including dennis eckersly and steve lion and share with the person taking over for don orsillo. julie: 128 southbound in
needham and we have reports of a truck fire from highland avenue to great plane avenue and might see delays in the area. reports of accident involving a school bus, this is on lowell street in peabody right at summit street. so one of the side roads but it is something that may cause some police activity in the area. live look at route 1 in saugus where this is a really nice look as you approach lynn fells parkway usually by 7:17 it is jammed. over to the live drive times 19 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel, 30 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit to the pike and 39 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist rob eicher now with look at today's forecast and samantha bonin-derry a
>> rob: look at latest satellite images well-defined eye and when you see that you have a very intense hurricane and that is the case. look at that maximum sustained winds 200 miles per hour. 200 miles per hour actually measured by hurricane hunter aircraft a little bit earlier this morning. red clouds indicate the strongest clouds where we have most of the activity, can see it is a pretty large one as well expected to make landfall in mexico this afternoon as category five hurricane. devastating damage expected there with not just the winds but landslides and potentially flooding rain as well. again, just kind of talker as we head through the weekend, our headlines locally it will be much cooler today despite plenty of sunshine and dip below freezing, next chance of rain as we head through the weekend will come our way on sunday morning. meantime got 54 currently in bruster, 50 in bourne, 51 right now in boston and then 50 currently in rockport, cooler spots out there like
northborough at 43 and fitchburg sitting at 47 and these numbers really not all that cool by october standards and problem is we are not going to warm up much at all as head into the afternoon hours and kind of hold steady and 40s and 50s that's not so bad for morning and afternoon a little bit cooler than you might expect and a lot cooler than what we had yesterday. no showers to show on you satellite and radar, no fog either but few passing clouds along the north shore and overall expecting a mostly sunny day. showers that we had yesterday courtesy of a front, that front now in the atlantic behind a cold front as you might expect cooler weather will start to filter in today and clear skies really for a couple states, go over to nebraska before you see the next rain drops on the radar and that is the next chance of rain, that cold front due to arrive here it looks like on sunday morning. meantime through the day today kind of breezy up through the morning hours, a little gusty at times but winds will calm down later on this evening. wherever you have clear skies and calm winds temperatures plummet as soon as the sun sets
so as soon as the sun sets this evening it will cool off very quickly, keep that in mind be out late on friday evening it will start off on the cool side saturday morning, good bit of sunshine through the day but future cast showing clouds kind of streaming in later on in the day so call it mostly sunny in the morning and kind of partly sunny in the afternoon and with those clouds come some rain drops as we head into sunday morning. green areas likely to see rainfall and a little bit of green on map on sunday morning. still mild on sunday but as front rolls through cooler and then clearer weather will start to roll in here through sunday afternoon. now, if you're going to the game, patriots versus the jets at gillette, we have 60 on tap, that's the foliage report -- sorry, 54 on saturday but can get -- try that one more time. get the pats game forecast up for you again we are looking at 60 at the cookoff time. by then the showers should be out of the way and expecting chance of rain to come sunday morning, in fact, likely see clearing skies as we head
and cooler weather to start off early next workweek. >> catherine: it is a haven for children's birthday parties. this morning there's a warning from build-a-bear and cause for concern. >> gene: fish -- going it'll be here before you know it. hello, halloween. it's the one night when everybody dresses up.
>> gene: swedish official say masked man carried out attack at school posed for pictures with students before he started stabbing people. attacker killed by police and school has high proportion of immigrants and investigators are looking at racism as possible motive. >> catherine: u.s. and mexican authorities discovered a passageway that stretched 2600 feet making it one of the longest ever built under the u.s. mexico border and used to transport drugs across the border and tunnel had ventilation and lighting system but entrance was unusual. >> this tunnel unlike other tunnels were using a pulling
system of some sort to bring the drugs up from the tunnel. >> catherine: authorities say the marijuana seized wednesday had street value of nearly $6 million. catherine: escape of joaquin buzzman broke out of maximum jail through a tunnel. two owned property in las vegas and twin girls that are u.s. citizens. >> gene: former pitch way subway pitchman jordan sentenced sometime next month. gene: gnc being sued over workout and fat burner products. oregon attorney general says the company knowingly sold those
contain synthetic drugs. the ag says the company knew about the problem about two years ago but did not pull the products from stores until this year. gnc is fighting back calling the lawsuit without merit and saying it did take prompt action to pull those products. gene: 7:25, it was a scene of standoff for nearly a year. home that has booby traps that sold and how much it went for. >> rob: whatever they are comfortable this morning they will be comfortable this afternoon. kind of chilly and likely to see subfreezing temperatures. >> catherine: it wasn't part of the curriculum.
>> gene: now at 7:30 breaking news in brighton man shot and killed after midnight. police are searching for the gunman, what we learned about the investigation coming up in just a few minutes. >> catherine: good morning to you, friday october 23rd, i'm catherine parrotta in for sara underwood. >> gene: chilly weekend forecast, 50 , see what's going
eicher in for shiri spear. >> rob: 50s about average and not all that cool but compared to yesterday in the 70s and unfortunately you will have to wait awhile to see 70s wait until sunday to get you back into the 60s again and we will be cool early saturday morning though, 54 saturday afternoon and next chance of rain coming sunday morning. yesterday at this time we were dealing with some patchy dense fog, that is not an issue this morning, 10-mile of visibility indicate crystal clear and no problems that is the case across the board. 51 in boston, 38 in norwood, 48 current temperature in lawrence and problem is numbers aren't going to change much as we head into the afternoon hours, so it is not so cool this morning compared to yesterday morning but afternoon will be much cooler than yesterday afternoon. a little bit of breeze currently but the wind will calm down as we head throughout the day and there we go, high temperatures this afternoon, again, not much different than the current temperatures, so whatever you're comfortable wearing out the door now, you should be comfortable wearing home and cool off very quickly, couple spots near the
to about 32, worcester down to about 31. no issues in boston 39 there, no issues with fog this morning, julie, but what are the commuters dealing with? julie: new accident in the sumner tunnel and slow you down and heading in that area and shift over to the pike new accident as well this is eastbound right after 128 and residual delays from the earlier accident and weston tolls have really started to lift. taking a live look at storrow drive that volume starting to build. here live drive times to help you plan your day, 30 minutes on the pike -- on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike and 41 minutes on 93 south 495 to the leverett connect and her 34 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. >> gene: deadly shooting in brighton under investigation this morning. our crews on the scene just as this was breaking. >> catherine: happened at intersection of telford street in western ave at well-known
police spent the morning hours gathering evidence. jess? >> jessica: they did, catherine, they were out here quite sometime canvassing the area and talking to witnesses witnesses and happened couple yards away in the parking lot and suspect took off running across the parking lot seen right here toward western avenue and police still searching for him this morning and told us 30-year-old man shot and killed around midnight and looking at video now, this was the scene shortly after this happened here on telford street in brighton and police focusing on silver suv and the car belonged to the victim. witnesses say a man shot that victim twice and then took off running and right now police are continuing to go through surveillance video in the shopping center hoping to get a clear look at the suspect. police superintendent was here a few hours ago on scene and said they had not yet determined if this was a random shooting or not but this morning they are
continuing to talk to witnesses. just a couple minutes ago speak to a woman that lived in the apartment complex across the street and she says this is normally a pretty quiet area, nothing like this has ever happened here before and we are going to be hearing from here coming up in the next half hour. for now live in brighton, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> catherine: police in saugus hoping surveillance video -- >> gene: police in saugus hoping surveillance video will show who robbed a convenience store. man seen in the video taking jersey and pictures and one barber says it hurts because needs it. >> it is not the money value. it is what it meant to the shop. at you need something, just ask. this is a family shop, we take care of anybody. if you need a free haircut, or down in the dumps, we will help
>> gene: item stolen was around $6,000 and all gifts from family. this morning the barbershop posted on facebook they have gotten one offer of jersey to replace those stolen that came from someone in canada. gene: three women busted. arrest happened in wrentham on tuesday and walked them walk out of store and 17 different goods in the car. suspects from connecticut and considered person of interest and larger retail crime ring. gene: police dog offers help in holliston. 21-year-old charles deros iii was found in a crawl space so police sent in a canine officer to convince him to surrender. he is now charged with several crimes. >> catherine: happening today a woman that wrote sexually explicit letters to former patriot aaron hernandez will
she's the anonymous tipster in the murder trial. she will be asked about claim that juror lied when asked if they knew hernandez was also expected to killing two men in boston. the woman is not credible and defense wants the verdict thrown out. catherine: school on cape forced to remove controversial app. it is called bioninja. having sex and superintendent says she was horrified and the app received a four plus age rating on apple store which is supposed to mean there's no objectionable content. >> gene: 7:35 and massachusetts coffee chain has been breaking labor laws. state says the owners were scheduling underage workers after 8:00 p.m. and before 6:00 a.m. which is against the law.
more than $15,000 in tips from hourly workers. gene: new hampshire man wants wal-mart to cough off the cash for damming his property. he arrived at manchester home last week to discover a construction site in his yard. there's a wal-mart being built about a mile away with a traffic light going in right by kessel's brown avenue yard. he tells fox25 he got no warning workers planned on digging on his property line. >> wal-mart is big company and seem to get what they want and at the extent of residents in the area. >> gene: all he wanted to be paid for the damage and time off from work to deal with the mess. >> catherine: priced possessions of new hampshire couple that held federal agents at bay for months are up for sale. the home of ed and elaine brown was sold at auction yesterday
for $205,000. in 2007 couple was involved in 9-month standoff with u.s. marshall and had been evicted of tax evasion but didn't want to go to jail. during the standoff they placed bombs in the booby traps around the state and they are getting rid of thousands of items in the compound. >> found living room sets, antiques, found so many new items, high-end items. >> catherine: the auction will take place last month and proceeds will cover back taxes and other expenses owed to the government. >> gene: dozen people in protest in west roxbury. they were taken into police custody for civil disobedience and picketers lined washington street to express concern about natural gas pipeline that is quarry. the group worried the pipeline could explode because dynamite is used at quarry.
improve the reliability of natural gas in west roxbury. >> catherine: fox25 covered story live all day yesterday and hundreds of cracked nuts that hold light fixtures has to be replaced and drivers we spoke with say this is a huge safety concern but officials say no one was at risk. >> there's no escape route. when you're in the car, in the tunnel, that's it. >> we felt for a second anything would dislodge we would close the tunnel. >> catherine: mass dot says they do not know how much this will cost taxpayers and will take at least eight months to finish inspecting and repairing the broken parts. >> gene: happening today clean-up will continue for a former chemical site. it is future home of the wynn everett resort casino. work started this week to prepare the site for a new $1.7 billion casino. >> catherine: bird that's been
brookline has finally been captured. >> he is back. >> catherine: dineo flew the coupe three months ago and ever since has been squawking loudly and tearing up historic homes and organized effort between police and neighbors to capture the animal and it was checked out by the vet and now back home. catherine: piles of snow from last year's historic winter was still melting in the spring months but that won't happen this year. >> catherine: football coach could face criminal charge for trying to ruin his season. what we uncovered about the investigation this morning. julie: 30 minute drive on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road rob? >> rob: not much changed when coming home from work later on
later on this weekend, though. >> catherine: this morning a former football coach is accused of turning on his own team and tried to sabotage the season and this morning michael hanover is live with the story we broke at 10:00. >> michael: former football coach being investigated by han or police here and now there's a piece of evidence that could lead to cyber crime charges. james ward well could be in legal trouble and his replacement mike jones says he should be. >> i'm absolutely disgusted with it because of boys that are going to suffer as a result of hearing about this. >> michael: jones says wardwell tampered with the
before the start of the season. >> reason i got upset is someone had to go in and delete them purposely one-by-one. >> michael: jones tells fox25 this comes after ward well was suspended after on field facility altercation with other adults last year. the ip address of the person that deleted the roster was traced back to ward well's home. now police say wardwell he is questioned. he refused to answer questions for fox25. as soon as any information comes from the charges i will bring
that information to you. >> gene: employees of ronald mcdonald house says they were hacked off with saws and found nearby. the figurine cost $4,000 and not sure if it is replaceable at this point. ronald mcdonald house charities supports children with cancer and their families. gene: teenage boy now charged with torching several scare crows in jaffrey, new hampshire during a fall fest the 14-year-old is investigated for several other charge. gene: spuds made of plastic and sports blue bud light shirt. he vanished from the tavern at the end of the world at some point last month and bar started spring spuds home facebook page and offering a 1,000 peso reward. >> catherine: business that was tied to famous local restaurant is also going out of business. owners of the hilltop butcher
shop say the store will close sometime next week. it was affiliated with the hilltop steakhouse in saugus. that restaurant closed in 2013 and since been torn down. it was famous for the cactus shape sign and cows standing along the roadway. julie: route 2 at 128 slowing things down in the area and shift south you can see expressway average speed about 13 miles per hour so we are used to stop and go traffic as you head past freeport street and nice and sunny out there. rob eicher will have more in a moment. no fog like yesterday. 12 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128, 45 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 28 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. meteorologist rob eicher joining stuff. wasn't trying to do your job. you're the weather guru, so take it away.
hand it over and happy to provide the sunshine. despite the sunshine this afternoon won't be any warmer than yesterday afternoon. in fact, actually be a bit below average this time of year and had snowflakes on sunday, temperatures in the mid-70s yesterday in case you're curious 59 would be where we should be this time of year and few degrees either side of that as we head into the 7-day forecast. sunday the warmest day as we head through the upcoming weekend. if you're going to the fox25 high school football game of the week hanover at middleborough, 7:00 48 with clear skies, light wind, should be great football weather, only issue as we head through the evening temperatures will cool off very quickly so by the time the game is coming to an end already 41 there and getting cool as we head to the course of the game, keep that in mind if you have plans to come to high school football or any plans to head out on to the town for friday evening, 50 currently at the vineyard, 46 in duxbury at this hour and we have 51 in boston, 49 the current temperature in lynn, meanwhile also got 47 in fitchburg, 45 in
worcester, 47 in tyngsboro this morning. now the issue is temperatures aren't going to warm up at all as we get to the course of the day to get to the afternoon and afternoon temperatures aren't going to be much different from what we have out there currently yesterday we jumped 20 from the morning to the afternoon and kind of hold steady some spots may even drop a degree or two as we head into the afternoon hours if you're going out again this evening, temperatures will cool off quickly so around dinner time 41 in worcester, 46 in boston, 45 in plymouth and then watch as we head later into the evening already down to 43 in boston and 36 in worcester by 11:00, so again that's the only issue as we have friday night plans as dress warmly. might be fairly mild when you're going out but it is when you're coming home that you might notice the chill and going to start off saturday again on the chilly side with temperatures already up into the 40s by 11:00 tomorrow morning. general the high temperature tomorrow in the low to mid-50s and then a big difference for sunday, so sunday will be fairly mild.
you prefer the milder weather to do some things and only issue notice there will be some scattered showers mainly around on sunday morning. afternoon should be okay. in fact, in term of clouds and rain, don't have much of either to show you this morning, just a few passing clouds along the north shore currently, the shower thad we had yesterday a little bit of rain we had yesterday now hanging up and kind of see line from halifax to the delmarva peninsula, behind the cold front it gets cooler, cooler but clearer weather filling in today and couple states to go and go over here to the nation's midsection before we get the next drop of rain. that will arrive here again sunday morning and that will be the next best chance of rain. that 55 in the forecast for today, 54 for tomorrow afternoon again after kind of a chilly start. if you are going to the big game , 60
kickoff time so fairly mild it will be -- will be a chance of rain in the morning hours but that rain should be out of the way just in time for the game so not expecting that rain to have any impact on the game. in fact, might even see a clearing trend by the time the game wraps up, 54 on monday, early part of next week best chance of rain and 7-day forecast comes on thursday. now, catherine, we are expecting an update on that historic hurricane coming up in just a center we will written that to you near the top of the hour. >> catherine: we know if you keep us posted. this morning fox25 wants to share some big news. we are now the first boston television station to get federal approval to use drones. pretty exciting. we took the inaugural flight over grouten getting unique look at beautiful fall landscape. flight in the year making and fox25 and parent company sox media group with all the regulation and behind-the-scenes look at first flight at myfoxboston.com.
>> catherine: loo >> gene: special mission to honor danvers teacher is called a success. student now faces charge in her death. #kindness4colleen spread across twitter as people did good deeds for someone else. jennifer berger started the campaign and says it is a fitting testament to richard's personality. >> colleen was an amazing person she was my best friend from kindergarten until adulthood and she was just that sort of person who was effortlessly caring and kind and she just knew how to put a smile on other people's faces. >> gene: if you want to see some of the local acts of kindness go to our website and click under news and it is right there on the home page. >> catherine: this morning high school students are having trouble getting through their
day and new research explains why. the study was done by yale university and lady gaga born this way foundation and interviewed students and majority say they are tired, stressed and bored at school. only 22% reported school makes them happy and experts say negative responses could impact grades because tough to concentrate under stress. >> gene: google chrome is helping people search the internet in silence. something like that. the web browser unveiled new future, the mute button. it helps you mute tabs with simple button. all you have to do is click and it is silent. gene: getting around facebook is now a lot easier. newspaper rouse new features, one biggie new search tool find posts related to one subject. another feature facebook will highlight and suggest posts
news as you start typing. gene: back to employees through equity pool, second time dorsey made this kind of move, he did something similar in 2003 with another company he leads. >> catherine: it is bad news for appetizer trays, pizzas, fondues. new study cheese says can be as addictive as crack. cheese like all milk products contains a protein that actually releases a type of opiate during digestion and lead to addictive eating patterns. foods that are processed and high in fat can have the same effect. catherine: strange debris is washing up in the bahamas. why they think the deodorant comes from the sunken cargo ship. >> rob: mostly sunny, 51, sun is not going to make it all that
will go below freezing tonight. >> gene: tourist destinations that could take a direct hit from patricia. every single day, more than 8,000 men and women are working together to create a stronger, smarter, more resilient system, so the 3 1/2 million people we serve have the energy they need. we serve new england. and energy brings us together.
picking up power and well-known resort town right in its path. >> catherine: airline worker takes a selfie causing a security scare. >> gene: tour bush crashes overseas and new details just in this hour about the victims on board. this is fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, 8:00 on friday morning, october 2030, appreciate you being with us this morning, i'm gene lavanchy. >> catherine: i'm catherine parrotta in for sara underwood. rob eicher bit of a cooldown. >> rob: don't have anything near that, not going to get to 70s and get to normal high temperature for this time of year and problem is temperatures aren't going to warm up much as we head throughout the day, 49 norwood, 50 in boston, 44 current temperature in fitchburg and not going to warm up much as
we head through the day despite plenty of sunshine. still a bit breezy out there, 59 miles per hour sustained at boston winds coming out of the north and northerly wind and counteract the sun and even with full sun best it gets middle of the afternoon and 51 in boston and really not any warmer than it is out there currently, 47 high temperature in worcester and as soon as the sun sets temperatures will cool off very quickly eventually down to the low 30s in some spots, some areas flirting with the freezing mark worcester 41 and for that framingham 32 and tracking possibility of showers and talk about that in a few minutes. good news no fog to deal with this morning, julie, but what do commuters have to deal with. julie: 93 through medford area slow and 98 southbound burlington and lexington. expressway average speeds about 12 miles per hour as you head from furnace brook parkway past freeport street and up to columbia road. here are live drive times 27 minutes on the pike eastbound
from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 33 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike and 42 minutes 495 to the leverett connector. back to you. >> gene: julie, thank. we have been updating breaking news we have been following all morning in brighton. deadly shooting and at this hour investigators are still searching for the gunman. >> catherine: telford street and western ave and jessica reyes is there and you just talked to neighbors that witnessed huge police response. julie: we spoke to neighbor 45 minutes ago who says this is usually a pretty safe quiet neighborhood and she was still pretty shaken up this morning and know this all happened steps from the busy shopping center. police say the suspect actually took off running from the scene through this parking lot and right now police are looking at video from surveillance cameras like the one you see right there on the grocery store trying to get a closer look at this suspect. boston police were here on scene for several hours last night and
they tell us the man in his 30s was shot twice and killed. it is not clear at this point if the shooting was random or not but police are continuing to speak with witnesses this morning trying to piece this all together. this is a very busy area of brighton, not only the shopping center here but there's also a brand-new apartment complex right across the street. we just spoke to that woman who lives there and she says she is still very shaken up this morning. >> i just can't believe this is happening around here. i really can't. you know, never expected it to be that close to my house. why shoot somebody? if you have a problem with somebody, hash it out. don't pop out a gun. julie: and police have not yet identified the victim this morning, only saying at this point that he is a 30-year-old man. they are asking the public for help with this, asking anyone who maybe saw something last night or perhaps more about this suspected to give them a call right away.
morning, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: major hurricane on the move this morning and breaking within the last hour the national hurricane center says that this is the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the western hemisphere. hurricane patricia now a category five with wind peaking up to 200 miles per hour as it nears the coast of mexico. this huge storm expected to make landfall later today. now, meteorologist say the storm intensified as historic rate and now being fueled by one of the strongest el nino events since 1950. meteorologists rob eicher tracking the storm for us and he has the very latest on the storm's track and what it could mean for that particular region coming up in just a few minutes. >> catherine: breaking this morning overseas france is reporting the deadliest crash in three decades. 42 people are dead after a bus carrying elderly people collided with a truck in bourdieu in the southwest part of the country. both vehicles burst into flames and we are just now learning
there are only eight survivors, four of them are in serious condition and now officials are questioning the safety of the road where it happened saying there's a dangerous curve that makes it prone to accidents. >> gene: new details about developing investigation at logan airport. an airline employee sparking a security scare for taking a selfie. a story we broke first on fox and daniel miller is here with new information from state police. >> daniel: that's right, gene, good morning to you, within the last hour mass state police confirm that contract worker won't face any charges -- if prompter could go up, please -- after took the selfie while excuse me. state police confirm with fox25 the worker wasn't trespassing and he was credentialed to be in the hangar. they say it is now up to massport to investigate and determine if charges will be filed. we broke the story during the fox25 news at 10:00, airline confirms to us the contractor is badged employee for swiss port which is cargo service for swiss
air. american airlines tells fox25 the worker climbed on to the wing of american jet inside the hangar and took a picture of himself. the aircraft was taken out of service to be inspected and was damaged. no charges will be filed but unclear if the worker will face any type of disciplinary action. we reached out at massport and we will keep you updated. newsroom this morning, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> catherine: this morning fox25 is working to get an update on the condition of teenager stabbed outside a "t" station. it happened yesterday at the jackson square stop in jamaica plain. police tell fox 25 the 17-year-old boy was stabbed by another teenager after the pair fought. it is the second violence incident involving teenager on the orange line in just a matter of days. last week teenagers got into a gun fight at the forest hill station. riders are concerned for their safety. >> i believe they need to enforce some sort of rule or
want to get home safely, you know. it is so sad to see what happens today. >> catherine: fox25 looked at crime statistics on the mbta website and shows that the jackson square stop alone there have already been 26 serious crimes this year and that's the same as total number from last catherine: falcon henne-year-old facing charges this morning for bringing loaded gun to school. he tried to skirt metal detectors and tried to run and resisted officers and facing charges for the gun, ammunition and resisting arrest. >> gene: 8:07 this morning, new details about the operation in iraq that claimed life of american service member. this is breaking during our fox25 news at 9:00 yesterday morning. according to the pentagon that serviceman was part of operation that freed more than 70 hostages being held by mass execution by isis.
this is death in iraq since 2007 and his identity has not been released and u.s. forced stepped into combat against isis and iraq. gene: iraqi and uss official say isis making $50,000 a month selling crude from oil fields it seized in syria and that's the main thing keeping the terror group going and so far they have failed to shut them down. >> catherine: woman on run from police more than a decade is due in new hampshire courtroom. 35-year-old was driving car that had mechanical problems on 93 north yesterday. trooper pulled the car over and discovered that she had a warrant for her arrest out of pennsylvania. she is charged in burglary case from 12 years ago and she will be arraigned this morning as fugitive from justice. catherine: two men facing charge after road rage incident. it happened 95 south in sharon
and police say they found more than two dozen rounds of ammunition, gun and halloween mask in the suspect's car. yamar marrow and justin smith appeared in court yesterday and defense says this was not a one-sided incident. fox25 tried to find out more about that from the suspect's family outside court. >> tell us what happened. it is dangerous. >> you know what happened, don't you? >> i don't know what happened, cat and house game. know what happened? >> i guess it was a cat and house game, buy. >> catherine: victim's family tells fox25 the victim did nothing wrong and meantime ram arrow and smith are due back in court for dangerous hearing. >> gene: police department says it was notified about incident involving armando her hererra and police department says it was an isolated incident.
chief indicted on charges of setting a teenage girl. john laroche accused of having sexual contact with 16-year-old who was in the explorer program of the police department and allegedly occurred between 1999 and 2000 when laroche was an officer in the town. police chief has been on unpaid leave since august and pled not guilty. >> catherine: weymouth business tied to local famous restaurant also going out of business. owners of hilltop butcher shop says it will close sometime next week and affiliated with route 1 steakhouse in saugus. the restaurant closed in 2013 and since been torn down and famous for the cactus shape sign and plastic sign and cows on the roadway. >> gene: bird who was terrorizing has been captured. >> he is back. >> gene: dino has been
all came to end yesterday and he was checked out by a vet and now safely back home. >> catherine: breaking overnight another deadly shooting on college campus. what we know this morning about what sparked the gunshots. >> gene: first, hillary clinton and lawmakers spar for 11 hours over benghazi and victim's family members were watching. >> when i think back now to the day and what she knew, you know, it shows me a lot about her character. >> gene: what sister of local victim thinks she was holding back. julie: and we are checking traffic and weather. rob? >> rob: just looked at the hurricane and super well-defined eye, an indication you have a strong hurricane and we will
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anything, jacqueline? >> reporter: talk about a long day, hillary clinton began testifying around 10:00 in the morning, she didn't finish until nearly ten that night and they were very few new revelations, certainly no bomb shells and smoking guns like lawmakers had promised during the hearing. you know, we learned that in the aftermath of the attack on the u.s. consolate in benghazi libya clinton sent her family an e-mail attributing the violence to known terrorist group and in a phone call she told the then egyptian prime minister it was a planned attack. now, the most heated moments didn't include hillary clinton at all, instead it was more republicans and democrats arguing amongst themselves. republicans tried to pin responsibility on clinton saying she was negligent at 2012 attack that killed four americans, including u.s. ambassador. toward the end of the hearing clinton again fended off another republican jab. >> i don't care what you say
about me it doesn't bother me a bit. >> reporter: democrats say the hearing was nothing more than partisan witch hunt afterwards and benghazi chairman said they admitted very little and testimony didn't change much from what she said in the past. jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> gene: sister of glen doherty who was killed claims secretary clinton was not truthful immediately after the attack in benghazi. >> she spoke to my family how we should feel for the libyan people because they are uneducated and breeds fear which breeds violence. i remember thinking at the time, wow, how selfish of me, i never really thought about libyan people, i have been so consumed with my own grief and loss. you know, it shows me a lot about her character that she would use in that moment to basically perpetuate what she knew was untrue.
>> gene: doherty's sister says clinton did not provide firm answers about what happened in the hearing. >> catherine: masked man that carried out sword attack yesterday posed in pictures before stabbing. school has high proportion of immigrants and this morning they are looking at racism as possible motive. julie: accident at washington street so that's slowing things down and typical slowing on 128 southbound through the lexington area. another accident to tell but this is on the pike eastbound right before cambridge street. live look at the zakim bridge where not seeing the foggy conditions that we did yesterday but pretty routine delays on the leverett connector. here are live drive times 19 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin and 40 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 42 minutes on 128
south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist rob eicher joining us now and we have a chilly fall weekend ahead of us. >> rob: no 70s in the forecast as we head through the weekend, big story weatherwise, big headline is big hurricane, hurricane patricia, there it is a well-defined eye last couple hours and indication that you hurricane. got update from the hurricane center just around the top of the hour and update is hurricane remains at historic strength and winds up around 200 miles per hour actually measured by hurricane hunter aircraft a little bit earlier this morning, pressure remains at 880 millibars, lowest ever recorded in the eastern pacific and atlantic and atlantic the record goes to wilma in 2005, i was in florida at the time, remember tracking wilma through the overneat hours as it did damage. patricia expected to make landfall later on this afternoon or evening just south of puerto
category five strength, so in other words it is not expected to weaken much at all before making landfall and this will be a devastating hurricane. again, not going to have impacts outside but it will be the big weather headline as we head through the course of the weekend and for us local headlines will be much cooler weather on tap for today. in fact, some areas actually below freezing next chance of rain coming our way as we head into sunday morning and first half of the weekend really kind of crystal clear skies but with clear skies and light winds temperatures usually plummet very quickly as head into the overnight hours. exception will be cape and islands will have just enough of onshore wind and water temperatures in the 50s and keep temperatures in the low 40s for the cape and islands get to boston and generally in the upper 30s but get a little bit further inland away from the influence of the water and get kind of cool norwood down to 30, framingham down to about 32 and shirley down to 30 and a couple spots out below or down below the freezing mark i should say. right now sitting at 53 vineyard
temperature in boston and 44 in fitchburg and again the issue is that even with plenty of sunshine got hardly anything to show you on satellite and radar imagery and plenty of sunshine temperatures really aren't going to budge much as we head throughout the day, only a few scattered clouds in the boston area north of the moment even those will clear out. yesterday's rain, there it is in the atlantic, couple of states worth of clear skies and there's the next weather maker coming this way out of nebraska. that should arrive here looks like early on sunday morning and meantime breezy through the early half of the day and again getting very cool later on tonight and into tomorrow. that's how we will start off the saturday morning. increasing clouds late in the day on saturday and then here comes the chance of rain on sunday morning. still mild on sunday but clear and cooler weather will start to filter in here as we head into sunday afternoon and evening. there's seven-day forecast if you're planning on heading to the pats game on sunday, that's at 1:00 and best chance for rain will be sunday morning so i do expect skies will be dry or at
least clearing conditions as we and very mild weather for the game, a little bit cooler for the early part of next workweek. >> catherine: hands-free devices may not be the best solution. why technology to stop distractions may have drivers losing focus. >> gene: first encouraging news for the red sox skipper and
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this morning current gop front runner pointing finger at intern. that's who to blame after retweeted insult aimed at iowa voters and happened after ben carson leading the state. trump's camp since deleted retweet and learned within the last few seconds former rhode island. >> gene: paul ryan could be one of the youngest house
morning at 9:30 how bay state lawmakers are reacting to ryan's decision. >> catherine: boston based fantasy sports company now looking for new 77 for signature event. globe says draftkings no longer able to use the wynn las vegas resort for part of fantasy football championship and has top prize of $11 million and draftkings must obtain a gaming license. >> gene: red sox manager john failure will discuss his battle with cancer. he has lymphoma but now in remission and began treatment at mass general and underwent three rounds of chemotherapy and farrell plans to manage the red sox next season as long as he is health and he hold a conference call to talk more about good news. fox25 will be on the call. gene: we now know jerry remy will be back next season. he renewed contract with the network and part of rotation
with dennis eckersly and steve lion and share the booth with in you play-by-play man dave o'brien that's taking over for don orsillo. >> catherine: new england nurse forced into quarantine after ebola and who she is suing. >> rob: we will take you through the weekend to help you plan your event. >> gene: students at one local school forced to turn in ipads
biology appa that was not part >> catherine: category five hurricane is most powerful ever recorded in the western hemisphere. patricia is expected to make landfall today and fueled by el nino. >> gene: welcome back to the fox25 morning news on friday morning, i'm gene lavanchy. >> catherine: i'm catherine parrotta in for sara underwood. we have julie and rob looking at weather.
>> rob: water temperature 90 in mexico, and hurricane getting so strong. for us we are looking at really kind of a cooler weather today than we had yesterday and not all that bad, 55 for october standards, not too bad and sunday, low 60s, fairly mild weather, only down side sunday's weather chance of showers mainly in the morning hours and if you got weekend plans like the milder weather saturday probably -- sunday rather day and this time dealing with fog, that is not an issue this morning, everyone reporting crystal clear skies and great viewing conditions, 50 currently in boston and 42 in worcester, 49 in norwood and issue is temperatures really going -- not going to warm up whatsoever and north p town at 20 and northerly wind ushering in the cooler weather and that will kind of counter act the sunshine and with full sunshine as warm as it gets this afternoon, really not any warmer than it is out there currently and good news whatever
you're wearing comfortable wearing now, it will be comfortable throughout the day and no fog to deal with and no showers to track, we have plenty of sunshine all day long, next chance of rain coming on sunday we will talk more about that weekend forecast in just a few minutes. julie: roads right now have an accident on expressway southbound right near freeport street and seeing heavier delays in the southbound lanes than we typically do at this time of the morning commute. things a little bit slow on the pike especially through the brighton area and we will show you bumper-to-bumper as you head eastbound. over to those live drive times 32 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 32 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike and 37 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene and catherine, back to you. >> gene: one person dead this morning in boston and police are on the hunt for a suspect who opened fire. fox25 jessica reyes has been following this story breaking news all morning on the scene in brighton and, jess, police are
public will help them track down the suspect. >> jessica: they are, gene, police were out here for several hours last night canvassing the area with canines but they did say that they are hoping that the public can help them catch the suspect. they say the suspect was last spotted running across the parking lot you see right here in brighton and investigators were here for several hours this morning and they tell us a 30-year-old man was shot and killed here just before midnight this was the scene here shortly after it happened on telford street and you can see police are focusing on silver suv. the victim. witnesses say a man shot that victim twice, then took off running through that parking lot right now police are going through surveillance video from the shopping center hope to get a look at the suspect hoping to eventually put out a description of the person and boston police superintendent was here a couple
not yet determined if this was a random shooting or not and they are continuing to speak with witnesses and trying to piece this all together and they are asking for the public's help with all of this and know anything at all and saw something here last night you're asked to call boston police right away. we are live in brighton this morning, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> catherine: local youth football coach under investigation accused of possible cyber crime targeting the kids he worked with. michael henrich is in hanover this morning with the details. >> michael: former coach james wardwell could be in legal trouble and replacement mike jones says he should be. >> i am absolutely disgusted with it because of the boys that are going to suffer as a result of hearing about this. >> michael: jones as wardwell tampered with the roster of the former team going online and deleting the entire town's name and weight information just before the start of the season.
>> reason i got so upset is someone had to go in and delete them purposely one-by-one. >> michael: jones tells fox25 this comes after wardwell was suspended by the hanover youth football association after onfield physical altercation with other adults last year. jones says police told him the ip address of the person who deleted the roster was traced back to wardwell's home. now, police say wardwell's commuter is in forensic's lab as part of the investigation. >> it goes against everything young boys. >> michael: wardwell refused to answer questions for fox25. i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: breaking news in the presidential race former rhode island governor lincoln chafee has dropped out. campaign released statement in the last ten minutes confirming the decision. democratic's campaign has been struggling, poll numbers around zero and only raised $30,000. chafee expected to speak today at the democratic national
committee woman's forum. gene: woman that wrote sexually explicit letters to aaron hernandez will face a judge. she is the anonymous tipster who questioned the actions of a juror in the odin lloyd murder trial. the woman will be asked about her claim that a juror lied when asked if that person knew that hernandez was also a suspect of killing two men in boston. prosecutors say the woman is not credible. the defense wants the verdict thrown out. >> catherine: this morning police in saugus are hoping surveillance video will help them track down a thief who stole thousands of dollars worth of sports memorabilia from a barbershop. the owner of barber masters tells fox25 this happened late wednesday morning. man is seen in the video covering his face while taking jerseys and pictures signed by tom brady, jason varitek and paul pierce. one barber says it hurts because try to help anyone that needs it. >> it is not the money value, sentimental what it meant to the shop. why did you do it? if you needed something, come ask, this is a family shop we
if you needed a free haircut, down in the dumps, we will help you out. >> catherine: the owner of the shop says the value of the items stolen was around $6,000 and they were all gifts from families. this morning the barbershop has posted on facebook that they have gotten at least one offer of a jersey to help replace those stolen from a person in canada. catherine: massachusetts coffee chain has been fined for breaking child labor laws. state says the owners were scheduling underage workers after 8:00 p.m. and before 6:00 a.m. which is aagainst -- against the law. >> gene: controversial app found on ipads for students. it is called bioninja. cape cod times said a parent found video on the app which shows images of adults having
sex and superintendent says she was horrified. the app received four plus age rating on the apple store which is supposed to mean there's no objectionable content. gene: new hampshire man wants walpole to cough up cash. he arrived at manchester home last week to discover construction site in his yard and wal-mart being built mile away with traffic light going in right by dan gisele brown avenue yard and he tells fox25 he got no wornings workers were planning on digging righta property line. >> wal-mart is big company and they seem to get what they want and at the extent of the residents in this area. >> gene: gisele says he wants to be paid for the damage and time lost at work while dealing with this mess. wal-mart tells fox25 it has been working with him since the issue first came up. >> catherine: first from maine
now suing the governor of new jersey because she was quarantined against her will. kaci hickox was quarantined and she claim she was held without constitutional rights and seeking $250,000 and the governor would not comment on the lawsuit. catherine: prized possessions of new hampshire couple that held possessions at bay going up for sale. ed and elaine brown's home was $250,000. in 2007 couple was involved in standoff with u.s. marshall and had been evicted of tax evasion and didn't want to go to jail. they placed bombs and booby traps and now cleared and sold they are preparing to get rid of the thousands of items found in the compound. >> found living room sets, found antiques, found so many new
items, high-end items. >> catherine: proceeds will cover back taxes owed to the government. >> gene: failing equipment inside the big dig tunnels have not been replaced in more than 20 years and we reported yesterday morning hundreds of cracked fasteners that hold light fixtures inside the tunnels like ted williams and tip o'neil have to be replaced and drivers say this is a huge safety concern and official say no one was at risk. >> there's no escape route. when you're in the tunnel that's it. >> we felt for a second anything that come dislodged we would have closed the tunnel. >> gene: mass dot tells us they don't know how much it will cost taxpayers and say at least eight months to finish inspecting and repairing the broken parts. gene: this winter no more snow farms in boston. city will spread out the snow instead of piling it all in one place. last winter you may remember the massive snow pile in south boston was accumulated from all
that did not melt until july. >> catherine: weeks after el faro debris washing ashore and showing up in bahamas. >> gene: what subway's victims are getting before he goes away. julie: 31 minutes braintree split to columbia road rob? >> rob: tracking temperatures upper 40s, low 50s and that's where they will be all day long as soon as the sun sets we will start to plumet and which areas could dip below freezing tonight. >> catherine: first we are honoring the boston fire museum in this week's firehouse friday. >> reporter: dedicated volunteers at boston fire museum on congress street. >> meet all kind of great people, everybody from young children and last week we had a group from alzheimer's patients. >> reporter: owned and operated by the boston sparks
association the museum has long-standing tradition of bravery and service in boston. >> firehouse was so busy it has a dubious distinction of the most line of duty deaths of any firehouse in boston to this day, 11 firemen went out and never came back. >> reporter: it is oldest in the nation and memorabilia brings it to life. >> passed law every house had to have two buckets and when the church bells range they throw out the buckets and men in boys would form a bucket brigade from the water source to the fire and can't put out much fire with bucket of water and after the revolutionary war paul revere made bigger bucket which was this after the bucket brigade and went to the steamers when they have birthday parties in here which is very popular because the kids can get on the fire engine and always tell them there are three rules, both
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>> daniel: man that died at university was not a student at the school and paper says other two people were students and injuries are not considered life-threatening. investigators sithis all started over a dice game and right now police have made all nonstudents leave the campus and they blocked entrance to the school. now, just last week three people were shot during a house party near the university. they are all okay but the gunman is still at large this morning. we will be following this for you all morning. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> catherine: jerrod fogel is paying for the sex crimes. ten victims have received a total of $1 million in
the payment is part of fogle sex crime charges. they were handed to the parents or victims and he is expected to be sentenced next month. >> gene: hands-free may not help you focus on the road as much as previously thought. dialing number, switching song or using voice-to-text can distract drivers up to 20 seconds and researchers raided distraction for number of different systems and found the worst to be on 2015 miles of six and hyundai sonata and state lawmakers are now pushing for hands-free driving only. >> catherine: fox25 wants to share big news. we are now the first boston television station to get federal approval to use drones and took inaugural flight in groton getting unique look at beautiful fall landscape. this is a flight a year in the making while fox25 and parent company cox media group worked to meet all the regulations. we have behind-the-scenes look at our first flight on myfoxboston.com.
with traffic too. julie: huge resource to send the drones out, of course, following the regulation. look at place where we don't have a traffic cam on expressway southbound where there's an accident at freeport street. moving over to the area of the pike slow spot remains through brighton and volume remains heavy and steady as you work your way eastbound. here are live drive times 27 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 31 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike and 35 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist rob eicher joining us now with look at today's forecast and a little bit of sunshine out there to start the day. >> rob: if you get the drone allow me to drive it, it had -- it would be tons of fun. 70 yesterday and in case you're curious temperatures would normally be, should be in the upper 50s this time of year, we will be a little shy of that
the warm day as we head through the course of the weekend. right now if you're thinking about heading toward the fox25 high school football game, 48 at 7:00, that's when the game kicks offhand over at middleborough but be warned temperatures cool off very quickly as head to the course of the evening and by the time the game is winding down, 41 , dress accordingly, perfect football weather at the beginning of the game but light winds and clear skies but it will start to feel a little bit chilly as we head through the course of the evening. 51 in bourne, 53 at the vineyard, 50 right now in boston, 48 rockport, 49 in scituate and then we have 44 in fitchburg and 39 current temperature right now and really going to be chilly tonight as soon as the sun sets, so eventually down to the low 30s in some spots, the exception will be the cape and islands where we will have just enough of onshore wind a little bit later in the day, water temperature in the 50s and get the wind off the water late tonight i should say and that
freezing, so low 40s for the cape and islands tonight and right along the immediate coastline again 37 in fenway, 40 in rockport but a little bit further inland just away from the influence of that water and gets cold quickly, 30 norwood, down to 31 in shrewsbury, 32 in framingham so be several locations inland away from the influence of the water we will get down to the upper 20s and low 30s. in general saturday the cooler of the two weekend days low 50s, low mid-50s for tomorrow and then low to mid-60s on sunday but milder weather comes with catch, slight chance of a little bit of rain mainly on sunday morning, i think sunday afternoon will be the better half of the day. now, in term of clouds and rain don't have really much of either to show you, no fog to worry about as heading out the door this morning, just few patchy clouds from the boston area north this morning. even those will kind of clear up so expecting a good bit of sunshine. yesterday's rain there it is out in the atlantic, that was due to cold front and as you might
a little bit cooler, hence the cooler forecast for today and tomorrow. got several states worth of clear skies and then all of a sudden next chance of rain go over the nation's midsection for that and that will be here looks like on sunday morning. might notice a little bit of breeze through the early part of the day today. otherwise plenty of sunshine, that wind will calm down as we head into the overnight hours but when you get clear skies and calm winds they really get the cooler weather and again away from the coastline down below freezing tonight and plenty of sunshine to start off the day tomorrow and notice a few clouds starting to stream in in advance of our next weather system and then here comes on sunday slight chance for rain. now, green would indicate areas likely to see rain and notice a little bit of that mainly on sunday morning but as that cold front sweeps through, clearer weather and cooler weather starts to filter in here by sunday evening. so again the chance of rain is sunday morning, i've not expecting to showers to impact the pats game sunday afternoon. monday and tuesday a little bit cooler, 54 on monday, 58 on
tuesday and best chance of rain in that seven-day forecast comes our way on thursday. that same system, by the way, that will bring us the rain on thursday will also help to draw some of the remnant moisture of hurricane patricia into the southeastern united states, so all kind of related, otherwise patricia having no impact on the u.s. and talk more about that historic hurricane in the next half hour. >> catherine: heads up this
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drug lord who snuck away in tunnel. why el chapo's family could be bring authorities to the united states. >> rob: 50 and a little bit of breeze outside right now and take you hour-by-hour through the day and also give you update on hurricane -- historic hurricane patricia coming up in the next half hour. >> catherine: plus they are having a hard time getting
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