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weekend ahead of us, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. better heat up the car. look at bitter cold weather out there. good morning, shiri. >> shiri: boston waking up to 44 and couple early morning clouds and morning forecast with upper 30s in taunton, upper 30s in lawrence and beverly, 32 in fitchburg, 35 in worcester, 28 in keene versus 48 in hyannis, so how about that, looking at 20 degree temperature range on the map this morning. future cast by 9:00 a.m. we are going to start this very slow warm-up, still lots of 30s and 40s and although it is going to be mostly sunny, we will have to keep an eye on outer cape in nantucket for ocean effect cloud cover otherwise looking nice and bright at noon time with temps right around 50 , a little slower to warm up inland and see at 5:00 p.m. we are still seeing sunshine as you head home from work later today and make sure you don't forget the sunglasses
drive into and home from work, 48 to 54 for the highs under nice bright skies, i will show you when the 60s even the 70s come back to the forecast coming up and julie grauert with live drive time traffic and julie, how does it look on monday morning. >> julie: i can tell you the accident has been cleared and delays through berkeley and freetown right now and new accident on 95 northbound in sharon at route 1 and slow through walpole, canton to 128. live look at the expressway and see how slow it is going past freeport street. here are the live drive times, 20 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 37 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike and 44 minutes 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. sara, back to you. >> sara: julie, new details on breaking story we are covering this morning in saugus.
by a driver last night on route 1 has died. jessica reyes is live at the jess? >> jessica: good morning, sara, spoke to state police five minutes ago and heard back from them and do confirm the victim that was hit here on route 1 in saugus has died. we know it happened on busy stretch of road right here and this morning state police say they are searching for a red or black mercedes that was spotted leaving the scene. taking look at video from the scene now this was shot right around 11 right after this happened and state police do confirm they are looking into car parts that were found at the scene of the crash here last night. now, this happened outside a busy hooters restaurant on root one and police did have plenty of witnesses to speak to and asking everyone to stay inside the restaurant as police recreated the scene here and once again we just learned from state police the victim in this case has died, looking for a red or black mercedes benz in connection with the crash and have calls into state police and
saugus police looking to bring you more information about this victim and if they have any information about the car they are looking for and as soon as we hear back we will pass the information right along. live in saugus, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: breaking this hour a powerful 7.7 earthquake has struck afghanistan. the quake was centered southwest the city of warm and in the hindu kush region and quake felt across asia, pakistan and india and no word yet on the extent of damage or any casualties. >> gene: we learned boston police are very familiar with a suspect. michael henrich live outside the coyou are the house in jamaica plain with a look at the woman's connection to the department. good morning, michael. >> michael: good morning, she was a civilian worker for nine years 2003 to 2012 for boston working as a switchboard operator, that's one of the
this suspect who will be arraigned here at west roxbury a few hours from now. show you the picture now first time this morning courtesy of the globe it shows the victim in this case. a 49-year-old man clive francis. 36-year-old yvonne lewis shot francis, her own uncle in the head giving him injuries from which he later died. the globe reports frances was called over to the home on ward avenue in hyde park to help calm lewis down and peabody police brought lewis in five hours later. neighborhood could not believe what happened. >> very surprising. we talked, we clean our yards together. i know them very well and i can say they are very quiet neighbors. >> michael: we expect to learn
the motive in this case is at the arraignment. again, that arraignment happening here at west roxbury district court in a few hours and next report about an hour from now go into greater details about what the family is saying about that fateful day over the weekend. live michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: new this morning the town of charlton will spent $50,000 to repair a fire engine that was not able to pump fire at fire at local winery. part of the pump on the engine is broken but they say the problem did not cause the issues with water supply on the night of the fire in august. the truck was not able to pool water from portable water bag. a second engine from oxford also had trouble getting water. official don't know what caused the problem. >> gene: happening today three men will face charges for running a meth operation out of a local hotel. burlington police are crediting hotel staff at the sinnesta hotel for noticing the
the men had been staying at the hotel at least two weeks and one man was wearing a ankle monitoring bracelet with a gas mask over the face and then men according to police cover the smoke detecter. hotel guests are stunned. >> it is shocking to me in a hotel. that is amazing. i mean who thinks of that? >> gene: police tell us one of the men is known for drug trafficking. all three will be in woburn district court this morning. >> sara: today revere is hosting a summit on opiate abuse revere's mayor fire and police chief and state lawmakers will immediate with addiction specialists to discuss the latest in the fight against opioids. it is happening at 11:00 this morning at revere city hall. sara: new hampshire leaders want to also talk about drugs but the focus is on medical marijuana. today the department of health and human services will hold a public forum in dover to talk
about proposed dispensaries. the goal is to get input from the community, potential patients and caregivers about safety and other concerns. that forum is happening at 7:00 tonight. on longest street. >> gene: 7:06 and this week new hampshire prep school graduate accuse sexual assaulting a graduate, owen on thursday. he faces up to 11 years in prison and will likely be forced to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life. labrie could petition to remove the name from the list 15 years after his sentence is served. >> sara: pennsylvania woman accused of triggering a amber alert in massachusetts is expected back in court today. police say tiffany cherry left pennsylvania with her sick infant a week ago even though she has been told to get the boy to emergency medical care. she told police she wanted to get her son to boston hospital.
>> gene: new this morning federal prosecutors not dropping the investigation into the corruption of the state probation department. last year former commissioner john o'brien and two aides were convicted of running a convicted hiring scheme in the department. pros securities said they traded jobs in exchange for favors. o'brien has been called to testify before a grand jury on several occasions since his conviction. the feds want him to reveal details about possible misconduct by lawmakers. o'brien is appealing his conviction and 18-month prison term. >> sara: deadly crash in fitchburg is still under investigation this morning. it happened yesterday evening on water street near vermis road. take look at the video. two cars collided, one of them destroyed. one person died after flown to the hospital and victim's name will not be released until his or her family notified. milbury woman died over the
it appears 56-year-old debra mcnamara fell asleep while smoking which started the fire. the building did not have sprinklers. the sprinklers could have saved the life but building still up to code without them. >> gene: fire on the red line not causing problems for commuters this morning. witness sent us this picture of flames shooting up from the tracks in dorchester yesterday. the electricity fire or electrical fire rather started on the third rail along the set of tracks used for moving trains in and out of the red line maintenance facility. power to the red line and commuter rail shut down for about 20 minutes while firefighters put out the flames. >> sara: students in new hampshire are honoring the life of teenager found dead in motel. eve charming's classmates organized vigil last night. the 17-year-old died of apparent drug overdose last weekend. now her friend want to inspire to find a solution to the growing drug epidemic.
>> i want people to see we have a problem in our town, not just our town. we have problem with the drugs in that it is getting closer to us as children. >> sara: she was a senior at spaulding high school. sara: classmates at mass maritime academy remember their own lost at sea. memorial was held yesterday for jeffrey mathias of kingston. he graduated from maritime in 1996 and one of the three people on board a cargo ship which sank during hummer -- hurricane joaquin. two other massachusetts natives were on board the ship. sara: what sent the football player march back down the field. >> gene: new detail after a
we will continue to monitor it and bring you some of his comments and what he has been saying to the folks in new hampshire coming up in a few minutes. >> sara: deadly car crash during a homecoming parade over the weekend. four people were killed when a driver plowed right into them. daniel miller live in the newsroom with details as woman accused in the crash prepares to go to court. >> daniel: that's right, sara. they are waiting for toxicology reports to back up initial reports and they are thinking she may be mentally ill. adacia chambers is accused of plowing into a homecoming parade and four people were killed including a toddler. her family says she has a history of mental iness and acting oddly days before the crash. >> she had been acting oddly, perception about herself and
perception what others thought about her. >> daniel: last night there was a vigil and 50 people were hurt and people are facing chambers who is facing multiple second-degree murder charges. >> gene: providence firefighter matthew gallant now in critical condition and pickup slammed and members of the fire station first at the scene and other driver took off after the crash and police know who the person is and they are searching for him right now. >> sara: this morning we are learning more after a plane crash. live at the scene as this was breaking during the morning news on saturday. the plane crashed into the woods moments after taking off from the worcester regional airport on saturday morning. the telegram reporting this morning there was some sort of breakdown in communication between the air traffic controller and the emergency fire personnel at the airport.
worcester fire arrived on scene first after air controllers called 911 because they couldn't reach the airport's rescue firefighters. 66-year-old gary was flying the plane and ntsb expected to release a report during the day. >> gene: man accused of hitting stores in connecticut. liquor stores in connecticut are keeping a close eye on their stock. >> tried to keep them behind the counter so we have an opportunity to actually landfill the bottle and either have them in locations that are key and cameras pointing in the direction to watch over those. >> gene: deluca wanted in four states including rhode island, connecticut. >> julie: things starting to clock winding down across town and waiting for the accident to clear though and 95 northbound
as you can see the delays are stretching back a few miles at the moment. as we shift north, 128 northbound right around canton and continuing through dedham and see reflected in the live drive times and live look at the expressway where we are seeing pretty typical delays past freeport street as we head into the city and live drive times 21 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 25 minutes on route 9495 to speen street and 128 northbound heading from university avenue in westwood up to the weston tolls, average speed 18 miles per hour. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and while you're crawling into 18 miles per hour probably have the seat heaters cranked up because it is a chilly morning. >> shiri: it is a pretty cool morning out there, 30s, a lot of 40s on the map as and nice clear skies in place right now but we do have a couple weather
aware of and going to be chilly outside this morning and got sunshine, yes, and temps in the 30s and coolest day in the workweek today and warmer and wetter forecast as we get into wednesday and thursday and shaping up nice and quiet this morning, having to keep an eye on that and massive clouds sitting off the cape right now because there's a potential and get ocean effect clouds to actually move across the outer cape for nantucket and elsewhere end up being nice and sunny, 44 , traveling in or out of the city, looking pretty good and couple clouds around, looking mostly sunny this morning by 9:00 a.m., 46 and got the 50s back by lunch time today, we got 51 at 1:00 this afternoon by 3:00 p.m. kids coming home from school 52 and ends up cooler inland and worcester right now 35 and there's your sunshine, looking bright and beautiful this morning but still only in the 30s here at 9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 45 . we have a real tough time getting up to 50 in worcester today, i think we can make it
tough so i want you to be prepared for a couple upper 40s on the map, chatham at 49 later today with the better chance of just getting a couple clouds mixing with the sunshine and hyannis 51, sandwich 51, 52 in holland, 55 in bridgewater and then you just got strict sunshine here boston to the north and west. so boston 52 , framingham and burlington and even lawrence at about 55 later today. 51 in worcester if you're lucky, 51 in gardner as well, 54 mildford, new hampshire and portsmouth, new hampshire, check this out, future cast today features cooler air but tons of sunshine so even heading home from work later on today at 5:00 p.m. it is going to be quiet weather coming home from work and sunglasses essentially for any driving today and it were off to fairly bright start and going to be a certain chill in the air and we got more 30s on the map, more 30s tomorrow morning what we have today and boston waking up to 30s
tomorrow and are to bring in couple clouds as we travel through date and keep it partly sunny meaning a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures will go up by a couple degrees in the afternoon. this is where you're going to start off tomorrow. daybreak we have lows at 37 in boston, 53 in worcester and 56 in plymouth and we got low and mid-50s for the cape and islands and here is 7-day forecast, real changes move in for the wednesday, thursday timeframe, 60 here on wednesday and thursday 70 and period of heavy rain and check out rain totals most of which will end up falling here wednesday night into very early thursday morning and looking at potential of inch, even an inch and a half of rain in some spots like boston. so we will have to really stay tuned to the downpour potential,
wednesday night and friday we dry out at 58 and halloween bright and dry conditions and gain hour sweep as we set the clock back an hour. back to you. >> gene: lifesaving cash fisherman didn't catch, quick actions that saved life of baby and emotional meeting as fisherman meet the child's family. plus stranded on plane with no help from the airline. coming up next why this
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>> gene: tom brady and company with tight battle with the jets yesterday. pats down four in the fourth quarter, brady fires 8-yard bullet and danny and under two minutes to go again it is brady and rob gronkowski and touchdown and pats win it 30-23 and 6-0 on the young season. gene: looks like jets plans were up to old things.
draw your own conclusion what it is supposed to mean. back in july jets fan media paid for banner to fly over patriots training camp that said cheaters look up. >> sara: high school football player claims he was given a personal foul for praying. he was flagged for pointing finger toward the sky at end of 73-yard touchdown run. the official said it was for taunton. the player says he was just giving thanks as he does every -- after every touchdown. >> i've always been taught since i was little, playing football since i was five years old the glory shouldn't be on you, it should be on the team and then on god. >> sara: superintendent of his school district standing by him and says he does not believe he should have been penalized
>> gene: nba honoring one of the coaches of the game. kevin garnett posted a heartfelt photo on facebook in honor of mentor. it shows garnett sitting at sander parking spot in minnesota. >> sara: disability advocate said he was forced to off a flight next week. a mix-up left hip waiting for a wheelchair and waited more than half hour but needed to use the restroom so crawled off the plane and neal didn't complain but flight attendant that felt bad did, gave neal a voucher and suspended the manager on duty. >> sara: how boston plans to increase learning times without extending school day.
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new hampshire with four months to go until the primary and trump holding on to lead in early polls. >> sara: new poll shows 70% says trump has what it particulars not only to win the primary but the general election as well. the atgfk poll says ben carson and jeb bush tied in 2nd place when it comes to electability and marco rubio came in 4th 4th place. thank you for joining us, it is monday, october 26th. >> gene: yesterday was glorious, temperaturewise was perfect. >> shiri: could even take off the layers but today layers are staying on and 40s and 30s and this has going to feel like shock to the system, federal rules required in boston and 42 down to freezing now in
framingham and 36 in lawrence and 35 in worcester, freezing in touchdown, freezing in nashua and new ipswich, new hampshire 20s in keene and orange and this is the hour though that tickets will really hit rock bottom and start to warm up, 41 in hanover, 40 in plymouth and 45 in sandwich and 45 in harwhich and look at that slow and steady warm-up and 50 by noon time today and sunny skies runs nice and bright today and 40s back by 7:00 this evening and i have a warm-up to go over with you as we head through the middle of the weekend and details coming up shortly and live drive time traffic and keeping an eye on several accidents this morning. >> julie: 95 northbound right at route 1 and then really been causing slowdowns on 95 as you head toward the walpole canton area. new accident to report this is on the pike eastbound right
live look very bright look at the pike through brighton, you can see solar glare, definitely a problem out there as you're heading eastbound especially why it is so slow in that area. here are live drive times and it is all red 27 minutes pike to the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and braintree split to the pike and 52 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. >> sara: state police confirm person hit on route 1 has died. fox25 jessica reyes is live near the scene with the description of the car that police are trying to find this morning, jess. >> jessica: good morning. we talked to state police early this morning and they are searching for a red or black mercedes benz in connection with the crash and confirmed just about 30 minutes ago the person hit here last night has been killed. taking look at video from the scene, our crews shot this around 11:00 last night on route 1 south in saugus right
after this happened. we know this happened right near a hooters restaurant on route 1, so police did have plenty of witnesses to speak to but we understand they asked everyone to stay inside the restaurant as police recreated the crash scene here and once again we know police are looking for red or black mercedes benz in connection with the crash and one person has been killed. we are working to learn more about the victim including name and as soon as we get that we will pass it right along. live here in saugus, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: tragic situation is breaking in afghanistan right now. there's been a powerful earthquake there this morning. u.s. geological said it was a 7.7 quake and revised that to 7.5 and looking now at new video from the scene. damage is everywhere. the quake was felt across southeast asia in pakistan and india, at least 27 people have been killed including a group of 12 school girls who were trying
the number of injured is growing rapidly and now at more than 50 people and continue to update you on breaking new all morning. >> gene: striking before and after in taunton this morning. beautiful home was reduced to ashes when the entire house exploded and caught fire. fire investigators are expected back out at the scene this morning to try to figure out exactly what sparked the glaze. catherine parrotta live at the scene right now with the latest details for us. good morning, catherine. >> catherine: good morning. there has been a firefighter on the scene. about an hour ago saw him walk around the house and checking to make sure everything was still okay, at least relatively anyway and step out of the way to give you a look and this is what the scene looks like and continue panning down the line, see the firefighter i mentioned, see the vehicle and wanted to give you look at these two trucks just arrived, truck from the taunton dpw and machinery just arrived as well and looks like they are getting ready to begin the operations here for the day and, of course, neighbors have also been stopping by just getting a
look at this. still in shock over what happened here. >> watching the patriots game and heard the big loud noise and slamming the door. >> house was on fire. >> catherine: neighbors enjoying a sunday and all of a sudden ordinary sunday was far from typical and charred debris all that remains once a home at 40 christine lane and that home torn apart by explosion. >> front door and windows blown out, 30, 40 feet from the house. >> debris in everyone's yard around here. >> catherine: it was intense according to neighbors and one shot cell phone video, flames engulfing and one was inside and made it out. >> definitely hysterical, made it okay, wasn't hurt, in the house at the time and
evidentiary started in the basement and upstairs on the second floor from what i've told. >> emotionally shaken and red cross will assist her and piece together exactly how this unfolded and neighbors in disbelief. >> never seen anything like this in my life. >> catherine: and i just took a look around now that it is a little bit lighter out and pieces of charred debris like this and yard across the street where we are standing now and get sense how far some of the debris from this house spread out after this explosion but investigators on the scene today and see some work already in the beginning stages here in terms of people beginning to arrive and keep an eye on everything and give you updates as the morning goes on. live here in taunton, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: a dorchester man accused of stabbing a woman during a robbery. happened yesterday in the fenway neighborhood and victim was walking on park drive when she was attacked by 53-year-old wayne barber.
police say when barber tried to take her purse the woman fought back. >> two if the morning i was sleeping, tv was on and started screaming help. >> sara: woman was treated at the hospital for nonlife-threatening injuries and barber arraigned on multiple charges including assault with intent to murder. >> gene: 7:37 and local dunkin donuts is closed as police worked to determine what happened before a car slammed right into it. suv plowed through the front window on washington street in the center of canton and happened yesterday afternoon and fox25 cameras were there as relatives of the driver arrived shortly after the crash. the driver and store employee were both hurt but they are expected to recover. witness says that firefighters were right around the corner on another call when this happened. >> all of a sudden everybody heard a big bang. fire department looked over and didn't see anything and traffic stopped and everybody started waving them over. >> gene: police tell us the driver mistakenly hit the gas
instead of the break and still working to confirm that. gene: taunton man will be into two dunkin donuts. he was arrested at house last week in taunton. he not only broke into dunkin donuts but he had six warrants for stolen property and cashing fake checks. >> sara: late night crash in cemetery leads to driving under the influence. responding to report of lake view cemetary on main street late saturday night on the scene they found a truck which had crashed into a pole and fence. the driver was gone but officers found him a short time later in a wooded area. sara: man that escaped from a bourne police cruiser turned himself in just before 5:00 a.m. yesterday.
jumped out of cruiser and he was arrested because there were three outstanding warranties in his name. >> gene: safe return for kids in methuen after shooting was stopped by police. involved tedy grammar school. fair of students told classmates to stay home today because they were going to shoot up the school. other students reported the plot to the school staff and 13-year-old and 14-year-old were quickly taken into custody. >> still nerve-racking and handled situation appropriately and kids out of the school. >> gene: younger suspect was released to the parents and older teen being held without bail and both students are expected in court today. >> sara: this morning president obama will be meeting with top education official to push his plan to cut back on standardized testing. this after a study was released
students spend taking the test. boston public schools was one of 66 school districts involved in the study and students take average eight tests per year and receive 20 to 25 hours of instruction just to take the test. well now school official say they are working to cut district required testing in half. lower performing schools will cut back to just three exams by next school year. higher performing schools will be given the discretion to decide how many tests to administer. just last week president obama announced that he will be pushing to cut back on standardized testing across the country. he wants to limit testing to 2% of classroom time. >> gene: new this morning more than 500 people in boston will be double-checking polling place ahead of city elections because it turns out they have been voting in the wrong district for years. city discovered the problem in august when someone in
dorchester wondered why she was voting than different district than her neighbor. there was no ill intent by the neighbor. thousands of homes are damaged or destroyed but it could have been a lot worse. so one feature of mexico's coast that slowed down that storm. whale watching boat capsizes in canada killing five people. the new details about the tour company's past and what the owner is tweeting about the tragedy this morning. >> julie: slow going on 93 south and 57 minute drive time from the andover area down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: temperatures kind of on the low side of highs today. average high 58 . guys, we are only going into the lower 50s. load on layers today and show
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>> sara: whale watching boat turned over. >> daniel: excurse sending all four people on board in the water and operator and passenger died. latest five people confirmed dead and one person still missing. 20 people were on the boat before it sank yesterday afternoon off the coast of british columbia and 21 people were rescued and royal canadian mounted police took over search for final person overnight and transportation safety board of canada will also investigate search boats will return to the water there once the sun comes up this morning and there was no bad weather in the area and conditions were reportedly calm, clear and sunny. the boat was 65 feet long and company that operates the tour says they had no idea what could
this morning the mayor was responding to the incident. >> it was a beautiful day here and big swells out on the ocean that we just don't know anything about what may have happened at the scene. quite some distance away from the small town of to pheno and efforts have been coming to the main docks here in town and community 2000 people. >> daniel: this morning entire team heartbroken over the incident and hearts go out to the loved ones with everyone involved and working with investigators to determine what happened. daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: minutes later the durham campus sent out tweet
police still searching for five people this morning. >> sara: reviving boat and mohummed and mother trying to get from turkey when boaty went down. >> may god bless you. >> boy and mother doing well this morning and fisherman pulled 15 other people out of the water during that rescue. >> gene: family says they were at hunting cabin in wyoming more than two months ago. someone left door open and their dog hank ran off when he heard the sounds of gun fire.
they feared the worst when hank did not return. >> gene: hank was found and microchip implanted with the dog helped make the reunion with the family possible. >> julie: concord street not having a huge impact on your drive time as far as that portion of 93. however, let's take look at 128 northbound. this solid red usually doesn't linger this early in the morning and off the expressway and canton area, dedham, needham as you make your way up to the pike live look at the expressway very bright out there at the moment, shiri will have more on that in a moment and live drive times 37
tunnel and 495 to speen street and 37 minutes on 128 north from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. here is meteorologist shiri spear now to break it down that forecast. don't be fooled by the sunshine. it is freezing out there. >> shiri: like to call it look but do not touch kind of day. average 43 and typically hit that 7:10 in the morning as sun coming up and this is the hour with 44 in boston temperature not all that unusual and another 30s in the burbs, 30s nothing abnormal here in october and noon time scoot to 53 , 53 at 10:00 p.m. and 5 below average high. it is cooler because got all the cold in air drifting from the
lot of rain northern gulf coast and leftover moisture from what was hurricane patricia over the weekend and no longer tropical system or hurricane and impacting southeastern united states and helping in a small degree to fuel own showers toward the middle of the week and future cast will feature bright sunshine, couple of clouds across outer cape as well as nantucket, those would be ocean effect clouds but you know what, going with a bright
day ahead. temperature 10 cooler than yesterday and tonight all the way back to freezing and framingham and lowell and worcester and boston wake up the 30s and hit rock bottom and warm-up and carrying us into the mid-50s and 7-day forecast and wednesday things really start to change and high 60 with increasing clouds and developing rain and scattered showers on thursday, high 70, temperatures back on track with normal highs by friday of next week and weekend going middle 50s and sunshine for halloween. back to you guys. >> gene: foot of rain dumped saturday and sunday and rain came from remnants of hurricane patricia that was with another storm and new orleans hit hard,
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jewelry and high-end watches found in abandoned safe deposit boxes. the items will be displayed at the statehouse today and even after they are sold owners of the goods profit of the sale if they can prove rightful ownership. >> gene: change of venue in annual pumpkin festival and it was a success. festival used to be held in keene but moved because of riots at last year's events. no craziness this year and
hitch and a lot of fun. >> good food. >> seeing jack o lanterns. >> gene: laconia business owners are excited their city getting the chance to shine. >> sara: funny man jimmy fallon on the mend this morning after taking a spill in cambridge this weekend. tonight show host honored by the harvard lampoon on saturday and during a parade he was caught on camera falling down and taken to mass general when he was all patched up and over the summer fallon nearly lost a finger on accident. >> gene: joe biden won't be running for president and may never run for anything ever again. map. >> shiri: coolest day of the workweek and high 56
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>> gene: now at 8:00, breaking news hit-and-run crash on route 1 is now deadly. clues that were left behind and what witnesses say they saw speed away. >> michael: woman faces charges this morning of killing her own uncle. what we have learned about her deep connections with the police department. >> sara: donald trump stopping in the granite state this morning and what he is telling his supporters right now.
>> gene: cutting standard testing in half. national push that has roots right here in boston. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: 8:00 on the fox25 morning news on monday morning, hope your day off to a great start, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. a beautiful but chilly day as we start off the last week of october. meteorologist shiri spear you say this is a look don't touch kind of day. >> shiri: yeah, look but do not touch because going to be chilly out there and amazing looking, look at all the sunshine we have in place, plymouth 42 and here is where do not touch comes into place, 31 freezing in fitchburg and 28 in keene, 38 in lawrence, 37 in beverly and 44 in boston not so bad but when the burbs in the 30s you know it is going to be a cool start to the day but by 10:00 a.m. our warm-up underway and going to be kind of slow here at first with mid to about
upper 40s by 10:00 this morning you're still going to have all those layers on your -- jackets of lunchtime and temperatures will be around 50 at noon time today we have a few clouds impacting the outer cape but otherwise it is just the sunshine, high 48 to 54 , much cooler than yesterday but nice and bright. we do have a return to the 60s, even the 70s in the 7-day forecast, details on that coming up shortly. now julie grauert up with live drive time traffic, julie, what are you tracking now. >> julie: 93 southbound and big impact on the drive time right at route 38 as hayde from medford into somerville and shifting southbound thing still very slow 128 southbound heading there you dedham and needham through the pike and expressway jammed like we are used to seeing and in this shot past freeport street there's room in the cars. live drive time 45 minutes on route 1, heading from 128 to the tobin and 55 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett
connector and nearly an hour on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene, back to you. >> gene: we continue to follow breaking news out of saugus where police are searching for a hit-and-run driver within the last hour we have learned that the person hit has died. fox25 was there late last night as you can see a very active scene. fox25 jessica reyes live this morning on route 1 where that investigation continues. good morning, jess. >> jessica: state police confirmed for us around 7:00 this morning victim in hit-and-run crash has died and know this morning they are searching for red or black mercedes benz they say was spotted taking off from the scene and taking off from video now, video that our crews on scene shot last night around 11:00 right after this happened and they say this happened outside of a hooters on route 1 in saugus so state police didn't have plenty of witnesses to speak to and also understand they had to have everyone stay inside the restaurant as they were investigating and recreating the crash scene right
but once again we have learned that one man is dead in this crash, working to bring you more information about this victim, including his name and as soon as we get that information we will pass that right along to you. for now live in saugus, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: within the next few hours we expect to learn more about a boston woman's involvement in her uncle's death and she will face the judge accused of his murder. fox25 michael henrich live outside the courthouse in jamaica plain this morning and michael, that woman once worked department. >> michael: as recently as few years ago and quite sometime we learned the murder suspect accused of killing her uncle worked as switchboard operator from 2003 to 2012 with the boston police department and this morning she will be arraigned here west roxbury district court on charge of murder killing her own uncle. 36-year-old yvonne lewis is the name of the woman who is going
she is accused of killing her 49-year-old uncle clive francis. this happened over the weekend on saturday afternoon. boston police say that it occurred just about 12:30 in the afternoon and sparked a nearly 5-hour regional manhunt with peabody taking her into custody. neighbors that are hearing about this terrible incident were absolutely shocked. >> very surprising. we talked we clean our yards together and very quiet neighbors. >> michael: globe reporting family members were called to help calm his niece down who was acting erratic and hope to learn an official motive with court documents as soon as the arraignment happens the next hours here. michael henrich, fox25 news.
>> gene: tragic situation now. there's been a powerful earthquake there this morning and u.s. geological survey initially said it was 7.7 and now revised saying it was 7.5. this is video from the scene, damage everywhere and quake felt across southeast asia across pakistan and india and at least 27 people have been killed, including group of 12 school girl who were trying to get away and number of injured who's growing rapidly and now more than 50 people and continue to follow the story and update you on this breaking news throughout the morning. >> sara: new this morning the town of charlton will spend $50,000 to repair a fire engine which was not able to pump water part of a pump on that engine is broken. but they say the problem did not cause the issues with water supply on the night of the fire in august. the truck was not able to pull water from a portable water bag. a second engine from oxford also
officials don't know what caused the problem. >> gene: 8:05 this morning pennsylvania woman accused of triggering amber alert in massachusetts is expected back in court and police say tiffany cherry left pennsylvania with her sick infant a week ago even though she had been told to get the boy emergency medical care. she told police she wanted to get her son to boston hospital and she is facing several charges. gene: prep school graduate convicted will be back on thursday. owen labrie was found guilty of having sex with underage student at prestigious st. paul school and faces 11 years in prison and likely be forced to register as sex offender for the rest of his life and he could petition to remove his name 15 years after the sentence is served. >> sara: state probation department last year former commissioner john o'brien and
two aides were convicted of running a rigged hiring scheme in the department. prosecutors say they traded jobs in exchange for budget favors from top state lawmaker. this morning the globe says o'brien has been called to testify before a grand jury on several occasions since the conviction and feds want him to reveal possible misconduct by lawmakers. o'brien is appealing the conviction and 18-month prison term. >> gene: three men will face charges meth charges out of local hotel. they are crediting for noticing suspicious activity. men have been staying at hotel for at least two weeks. employees say they saw one man wearing a ankle monitoring bracelet with a gas mask over his face and men according to police had covered the smoke detectors in the room with plastic bags. hotel guests are stunned. >> whole thing is shocking to me and in a hotel that is amazing,
>> gene: police tell us one of the men is known for drug trafficking. all three will be in woburn district court this morning. >> sara: deadly crash in fitchburg is still under investigation this morning. it happened yesterday on water street near vermis road. two cars collided, one destroyed, one person died after being flown to the hospital and victim's name will not be released until his or her family is identified. sara: milbury police chief tells fox25 it appears 56-year-old debra mcnamara fell asleep while smoking and building did not have sprinklers and fire chief says sprinklers could have saved mcnomara's life but building still up to code without them. >> gene: firefighters in rhode island rushed to save one of them own at scene of hit-and-run crash and matthew gallant now in critical condition. police say another driver slammed into his pickup early yesterday -- early saturday
morning. gallant off-duty at the time but members of his own fire station were first on the scene. the other driver took off after the crash. police say they know who the person is and they are now searching for him. >> gene: this morning learning more about the response to plane crash in worcester that claimed the life of pilot on board. we were live at the scene that was breaking during the news on saturday morning. the plane crashed into the woods moments after taking off from the worcester regional airport on saturday morning. telegram reporting this morning that there was some sort of breakdown in the communication between the air traffic controller and the emergency fire personnel at the airport. worcester fire arrived on the scene first after air controllers called 911 because they couldn't reach the airport's rescue firefighters. 66-year-old gary wellener of connecticut was flying the plane ntsb expected to release preliminary report about the crash within the next ten days. >> sara: happening today revere hosting a summit on opiate abuse.
receive's mayor and police chief and state lawmakers will meet with addiction specialists to discuss the latest in fight against opioids. it is happening at 11:00 this morning at revere city hall. new hampshire leaders also want to talk about drugs but the focus there is on medical marijuana. today the department of health and human services will hold a public forum in dover to talk about the proposed dispensary. the goal is to get input from the community, potential patients and caregivers about safety and other concerns. that forum is happening at 7:00 p.m. at mcconnell center on longest street. >> catherine: investigators will be back on the scene of taunton home explosion today. neighbors described what unfolded here coming up. >> sara: plus a woman plows threw a crowd of people taking four lives. coming up next conflicting information about her mental state as she gets ready to face
>> gene: memorial growing for people killed when woman plowed into a crowd. she is due in court this morning and daniel miller has been following this and her lawyer says alcohol was not the issue here. >> daniel: that's what he is saying and police are waiting for toxicology reports to back up the initial reports she was drunk driving or driving drunk and her attorney says she may be mentally ill. adacia chambers accused of plowing into a crowd at oklahoma state university's homecoming parade on saturday. four people were killed including a toddler. chambers' lawyers says she has a family history of mental illness and had been acting really strange in the days before the crash. >> it has been shared there were several days that she would go
without sleeping, very uneasiness about her and uncertainty about her future, her perception about herself, perception about what others thought about it. >> daniel: last night springil was held and 50 people hurt. people also prayed for chambers who's facing multiple second-degree murder charges. >> sara: memorial was held for jeffrey mathias of kingston. he graduated from mass maritime in 1996 and one of 33 people on board a cargoship which sank during hurricane joaquin. two other massachusetts natives were also on board the doomed ship. students in new hampshire are honoring the life of teenager found dead in a motel. eve tammy's classmates organized vigil last night.
drug overdose last weekend and her friends say they want to inspire people to find a growing solution to the drug epidemic. >> we want to help people find a problem with drugs and getting closer to us as children. >> sara: she was a senior at spaulding high school. >> julie: still waiting to the accident to clear on 93 southbound in somerville, right at route 38 and adding to the volume we already see on 93. we head over to the pike very slow right around the weston tolls and then into the allston-brighton area taking a look out there bumper-to-bumper as you head eastbound through brighton. here are those live drive times 40 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 23 minutes on route 9495 to speen street and 31 minutes on 128 northbound if you're heading from university avenue in westwood up to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now with look at
thing? >> shiri: feels bitter and frosty air in place right now, not necessarily in boston where it is in the lower 40s now but a lot of thirties in the burbs and ends up being the coolest day of the workweek and then gets a lot warmer but wetter as we look toward the wednesday and thursday forecast so going to like the look of those temperatures but probably not going to like the forecast itself and satellite and radar pretty quiet other than ocean effect clouds we will have to keep an eye on outer cape and 44 and quite a bit of sunshine and couple thin clouds and mostly sunny day, 10:00 a.m. 48 and we do get into the lower 50s here as we get into the afternoon, sunshine persists and a lot cooler in worcester though at 34 verging on freezing and sunshine and going to help with the warm-up, just not going to
be a mind blowing amazing warm-up and 10:00 a.m. only 40 by noon time today 47 and we get awful close to 50, i think we could hit 50 in worcester today and one of our cooler spots worcester and as well the cape, 49 in chatham this afternoon, 51 in hyannis, 51 in sandwich today with few more of those clouds coming in off the ocean brightens up 51 and sunshine, hull 52, bridgewater 53 and i have got sunshine continuing in and around the boston area, boston as well it is going to be nice and bright, 52 there, middle 50s though norwood, foxborough, burlington up to shirley at 54, mildford, new hampshire 54, portsmouth, new hampshire 54 but there you have it, worcester today 49 , gardner 51 and cooler once you start going up in elevation. future cast though simply features this cooler air moving into place, check out the sunshine, only clouds you find out across the cape and then into the afternoon, even those tend to melt away so we see lots
and lots and lots of sunshine. hey future cast as we get into tomorrow morning. it is going to start out chilly again, even cooler than this morning where we have 30s reaching boston, we are going to have a lot of freezing spots at daybreak tomorrow and then with sun and some scattered clouds we do warm-up a couple degrees over what we end up seeing today and tonight down to 37 in boston, 33 in beverly, 35 in plymouth, 32 in worcester and 29 in nashua. i told you it is going to be chilly tonight but tomorrow we are back into the middle 50s for the most part with few added clouds. wednesday when things start going down hill, temperaturewise, 60 the high but check out rain moving in peaking overnight hours and does responsible into other thursday and does start breaking apart and thursday stays a little unsettled with scattered showers, heaviest of it currently timed for the morning hours and wimps pick up on thursday, high 70 and when we are back to normal by friday
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>> gene: 8:23 and presidential hopeful donald trump speaking to supporteners new hampshire and gop front runner kicked off the event in atkinson about 90 minutes ago and didn't waste any time military to the media and competition. >> go on and on and on but i will not do it because we want to talk about other things like
i can't take another hillary. >> gene: despite a bat poll he says he is winning them all. >> sara: associate press poll came out yesterday and each shows voters think ben carson and jeb bush tied for 2nd 2nd place when it comes to electability and mash rubio came in 4th place. >> sara: joe biden spoke with 60 minutes about the reports ahead of his announcement and how is son's death affected his decision and biden isn't leaving the door open for any further speculation. >> vice president of the united states it seems will be the last elected office joe biden will ever hold.
>> no. >> reporter: biden talked about the impact his son's death had on decision to run and bo biden's from death bed was not correct. >> it was not anything like that. >> reporter: he says bo always thought he should run and always thought he could win and last week biden put end to months of speculation he would mount a presidential campaign. >> unfortunately i believe we are out of time, time necessary to mount a winning campaign for the nomination. >> reporter: it took him too long to decide and window eventually closed. >> dealing with the loss of bo any parent listening that has lost a child knows that you can't -- it doesn't follow
schedules of primaries and caucuses and contributors in the like. >> reporter: instead biden wants to influence the democratic party to make sure it doesn't walk away, he says, from what he and president obama have done. i'm andrew spencer reporting. >> gene: this morning president obama will be meeting with top education officials to push his plan to cut back on standardized testing. this after a study was released showing just how many hours students spend taking tests. boston public schools, one of 66 school districts involved in the study students take average eight tests per year and 20 and 25 hours of instruction just to take the test and school official say they are working to cut district required testing in half. lower performing schools will cut back to just three exams by next school year. higher performing schools will be given the discretion how many tests to administer. president obama announced he
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>> sara: crash after hooters restaurant after 11:00 p.m. and they are looking for a luxury car that has heavy front end damage on the passenger side of the car and live in the scene with more details in just a moment. good morning, everyone and thank you so much for joining us. >> gene: a lot talk about this morning and updating top stories and julie updating monday morning commute and shiri talking about cold temps today. >> shiri: yes, i am. bright idea heat warmer, seat heater. fantastic idea this morning because starting out 30s,
40s, warm-up is barely even getting off of the ground. now, so i got as you saw yesterday we had 60s today, ties in the 50s, boston at 44 now but i got 30s, upper 30s in walpole and foxborough and framingham and lawrence, all at ten right now. even cooler in worcester at 34, 32 freezing now in nashua and new ipswich and even 20s in keene and orange. 45 in hanover, 45 in sandwich, 46 in harwhich and 51 in nantucket. have temp 50 at noon time, 53 is all i'm going to be able to squeeze out for you at 3:00 p.m. but it will be nice and bright by 7:00 this evening and back to the 40s and not much in the way of clouds, definitely though rain today but that story changes big time for the middle of the week. details on that coming up and julie grauert standing by with live drive time traffic and typical slowdown. >> julie: yes, start with 93 south very sluggish as you head
from woburn down to stoneham and into medford, 128 south similar and lexington. we have a new accident just popped up 128 right at route 3 so braintree split which is already a spot where we see a ton of congestion during the morning commute and live look at expressway where stop and go past the gas tank and 39 minutes weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel so very slow go with average speed 18 miles per hour and 34 minutes on the expressway braintree split exit for the pike and 53 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. back to you. >> sara: police in saugus continuing search this morning for driver that hit someone on route 1 and then fled and person hit has died and details what witnesses saw speeding away. good morning, jess. >> jessica: good morning, sara
red mercedes benz leaving the scene here last night and this all happened route 1 south of saugus and state police confirmed for us around 7:00 this morning that the victim has died. taking look at video from the scene now, crew shots surely after 11:00 last night right after this happened here and we understand it happened right outside of hooters restaurant route 1 in saugus just as it was closing so state police did have plenty of witnesses but there are conflicting statements is to what color car involved is and people at the hooters restaurant actually asked to stay inside as police recreated the crime scene here on route 1 and 1 man killed here and more information including his name and as soon as we get that. >> gene: before and after striking in taunton as they begin to search rubble for crews this morning and fire investigators are due back at
the scene this morning and fox25 right now. good morning, catherine. >> catherine: good morning, gene. it has gotten more active and give you look a look and during the last report and now moved into the yard and did call up the fire department got more information and they told me fire official will, of course, be here on the scene to carry on with the investigation. they said that as part of that that machine will be used to sort of pull apart any parts of this house that may still be standing, not much left to it and pile of debris to carry on with their investigation. in the meantime in addition to the officials here on the scene residents have been coming by too still in shock over what unfolded here. >> the house is on fire. >> catherine: three neighbors
might and ordinary sunday was shaddered by something far from typical. nearby a pile of charred debris what remains what was once the home at 40 christine lane and that home torn apart by explosion. >> front door and windows had just been blown out, 30, 40 feet from the house. >> debris in everyone's yard here. >> it was intense according to neighbors and one shot cell phone video and one small miracle, 52-year-old homeowner lori was inside and made it out. >> definitely hysterical. she made it out okay, wasn't hurt, she was in the house at the time and evidentiary started in the basement and she was upstairs on the second floor from what i'm told. >> catherine: taken away from ambulance and emotionally shaken and work together how itun folded, neighbors still in disbelief. >> never seen anything like this
>> catherine: so right now to reiterate, investigators are back here on the scene, fire marshal did arrive just a short time ago and see there in the yard behind me the work is getting underway today and another update in just about an hour, live here in taunton, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: dorchester man accused of stabbing a woman in a robbery. neighborhood and working on park drive when she was attacked by 53-year-old wayne barber. police say when barber tried to take her purse the woman fought back. >> around 2:00 in the morning i was sleeping, and machine started screaming help. >> sara: barber will be arraigned on multiple charges including assault with intent to murder. >> catherine: suv plowed right through front window of store in washington street in the center of canton and happened yesterday
fox25 cameras were there as relatives of the driver arrived shortly after the crash and driver and store employee were both hurt but expected to recover and witnesses say firefighters were right around the corner on another call when this all happened. >> traffic stopped and everybody started waving them over. >> driver may have hit the gas instead of the break but still working to confirm that. >> gene: upton police say they responded to report of crash lake view sem tarry north main street saturday night. driver was gone but officers found him short time later in a wooded area. >> sara: man that escaped from a borne police cruiser will be in court today.
in yesterday. he had been on the run since jumped out of cruiser. he was arrested because three outstanding warrants in his name safe return to school for kids in methuen today after a shooting plot was stopped by police. the plot involved police say a pair of students told classmates to stay home today because they were going to shoot up the school and other students reported property to school staff and 13-year-old and 14-year-old were quickly taken into custody. >> send kids here and methuen police responded quickly and handled the situation appropriately examine kids out of the school. both teams charged with threatening a school. younger suspect was released to parents and older teen being held without bail and both students are expected in court today. >> gene: new this morning another college shooting on campus, student at north
carolina central university hospitalized with nonthreatening injuries. shooting happened around 11:00 p.m. and durham campus sent out tweet issuing a lockdown and within an hour all clear was given and police are searching for five people this morning. >> sara: this week state official in massachusetts will sell oval usual items. auction of unclaimed property will begin on saturday. this includes jewelry and high-end watches found in abandoned safe deposit boxes. the items will be displayed at statehouse today and even after they are sold owners of the goods can receive the profit from the sale if they can prove rightful ownership. >> gene: new this morning more than 500 people in boston will be double-checking poling place ahead of next week's elections because they have been voting in the wrong district for years and woman wondered why she was voting in different school district than next door neighbor and everything has been corrected and there was no ill intent by the error.
>> sara: this morning doctors are calling for stricter rule when it comes to e cigarettes. americanamerican academy ofamerican academy of pediatrics wants to keep anyone under 21 from buying the products. they want to put stop to flavoring that makes the e cigarettes taste like candy and massachusetts and 46 other states already have rules in place making it illegal to sell e cigarettes to anyone under 18. sara: whole foods with possible listeria contamination and supermarket recalling curry chicken salad and sandwiches as well as classic delhi pasta and have a sell by date of the twenty-third. the recall covers massachusetts, new hampshire, maine, rhode island and connecticut. people who bought any of these
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back on the water, daniel been. >> daniel: search boats will return to the water where they -- once the sun comes up this morning there was no bad weather in the area and reportedly calm, clear and sunny and boat was 65 feet long and company that operates the tour says they have no idea what could have gone wrong. this morning the mayor and don't know what may have happened at the scene.
it is quite some distance away from this small town of tofino and so the efforts have been coming to our -- one of the main docks here in town and community which is just 2,000 people. >> daniel: issued statement on the company's website saying it is heart broken and hearts go out to the families, friends and loved ones of everyone involved. owner also said they are working what happened. in the newsroom i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: nba honoring flip sanders and last month complication from his treatment. kevin garnett posting heartfelt post. gene: new england patriots undefeated.
involved in tight battle with the jets yesterday and pats down four in the fourth quarter and bullet 8-yard strike to danny and hangs on and in there for the td and patriots take a 23-20 lead and under two minutes to go and brady again this time to rob gronkowski and patriots win it 30-23 and now 6-0 so far this season. >> julie: two incidents to tell you about, burlington, have an accident right before route 3 and other is on 93 southbound
shift over to the pike, it is still very slow around the weston tolls and through the brighton area where it will take you out for a live look, see bumper-to-bumper as you head eastbound. here are live drive times, 34 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike and 46 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and hour and ten minutes 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and deceiving day out there and looking at gorgeous blue skies sounds the studio and it is chilly though. >> shiri: might look like it is going to be warm outside but not so much. we got 40s, we got 30s, it is not terrible out there but definitely worthy some kind of long sleeve layer, 43 normal low hit around sun sunrise around 7:38 and 58 , we will fall flat, now 44 like you saw, pretty typical this time of year and 50 by noon time and then this afternoon 53
and it is mostly sunny skies, so there will be ample sunshine today to go outside soak up and enjoy, high pressure keeps us nice and dry but winds coming from the north and drawing the cooler air from canada and kind of counteracting like the sunshine and cooler air from the north trying to cool us down and don't get very good warm-up today. there's a lot of moisture here over the northern gulf coast and going to impact the southeastern massachusetts for the days to come and this is the leftover moisture from what was hurricane patricia over the weekend. no longer a tropical system but a little bit of that moisture is going to leak into new england and feel our own showers middle of the week today and not a worry in the world, just session effect clouds impacting the cape, otherwise it is going to be smooth sailing much of the day ahead and boston ends up to 52 , same in malden and quincy, 33 in cambridge, 53 in watertown and 55 in dedham. one of the cooler spots actually
going to be central massachusetts and you will see that we get stuck in the 40s with upper 40s in northborough and worcester and rutland and garner and athol as well and lower 50s for the cape, 53 on the vineyard and nantucket and 53 to brockton and framingham and lowell and 52 in manchester, new hampshire, these are somewhat comfortable temperatures but i think for many of you not going to see short sleeves today. tonight it is back to the 30s, freezing when you wake up in lowell and framingham, manchester, new hampshire as well and worcester at 32 tomorrow morning and boston at about 37 and then during the afternoon we get back into the mid-and upper 50s and we add a couple of clouds. tomorrow ends up being partly cloudy but by wednesday the clouds take over and lead to a period of rain, heaviest during the overnight hours and into thursday. thursday it turns much more scattered but winds pick up and 70 but then temperatures back to normal by friday at 58 and middle 50s over the weekend
and halloween shaping up nice and bright. back to you guys. >> gene: hurricane patricia is gone and clean-up efforts underway around mexico pacific coast. six people died when powerful category five hurricane roared to shore saturday night. mexico's president toured the area yesterday and patricia one of the strongest storms ever measured in the pacific. experts say the mountains along mexico's coast actually slowed the storm down. gene: parts of texas cleaning up from severe flooding, rain from the remnants of patricia dumped 18 inches of rain over some areas. san antonio set record in one day and houston cars were flooded in streets and system of rain moving further along the gulf coast today. >> sara: cast eyes to the skies, planetary alignment out of this world and coming up next what you will be able to see
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time and name really plains it all and 65 minute video to explain the weird things that cats do, among other films. harvard professor will serve as emcee of this event. >> gene: happy cat right there plenty of shenanigans taking place this week and new pictures show one of the stars of the cult classic movie super troopers standing near the reservoir the sequel to the 2001 academy is in central massachusetts and park rangers says shooting will continue for a few days and earned $23 million and fans raise another $4 million to fund the making of the sequel and a lot of people around here very excited about seeing that. >> gene: need to watch, get acclimated. >> sara: i have questions for you after the break. >> gene: fair enough. >> sara: in trouble for act of faith. what sends football player marching back down the field
after a long touchdown run. only climb 53 , coolest day of the workweek and decent warp-up toward the end of the week and details next i see myself in every one of the students that i have. i know that it's my responsibility to do for them what i would want someone to do for me. helping the community is important to me because i live in this community, so when i'm 80, 90 years old, looking back, reflecting on my life, i want to be able to say for somebody, i helped people, you know, i helped change my community, i helped enhance someone's life. i want those to be my memories.