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>> sara: i'm sara underwood. it is another chilly morning out the there and breezy temperatures in some cities and shiri spear has lows to warm up. >> reporter: >> shiri: expect temperatures to hit rom bomb, 38 , we have gone another degree as expected, 26 in nashua, 26 in beverly, 28 in plymouth and how about the 20s all the way down to the vineyard at 26 and it is cold this morning and you know what, next two hours it is going to stay chilly and couple degrees as we head toward 9:00 a.m. which means we are generally upper 30s by lunchtime today, about 50 and we stay bright with sun and scattered clouds into the afternoon and highs anywhere from 52 to 58, timeline on incoming showers coming up next and now over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic. julie, how are the latest drive times looking.
>> julie: we can't get a break another accident 93 south at 128, cloverleaf, fire truck, several police cruisers and tow truck now. earlier accident at montvail and now dealing with that one at the cloverleaf and starting the delays around 128 and stretching all the way back to nearly 495 right now. you will see it reflected in the live drive times. another slow spot is on the pike as you make your way through the weston tolls but that's smog compared to 93 this morning. here are live drive times 26 minutes on 24 from 106 to 108 and hour and 20 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 32 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. gene, back to you. >> gene: julie, developing on the south shore this morning new student threats against local middle school. the student involved is not suspended but he won't be in class either today. fox25 jessica reyes live in approximateem -- pembroke with more on the ongoing
investigation. >> jessica: see buses are just starting to line up here, kids will be getting to school the next couple minutes, starts right at 7:30 but this morning the superintendent does confirm police are looking into threats that a student made here but she also says student has not been suspended. the student we understand was absent from school yesterday but the superintendent told the patriot ledger that the student is undergoing some sort of mental evaluation for making the threats. again, police are now looking into this. she would not say if this student is male or a female because the school is so small she didn't want the student to be identified. she is really not saying whole lot right now, including what type of threats are made here but we are digging deeper into this this morning and calling into the superintendent office working to give you more information and looking to talk to parent when they get here the next 15 to 20 minutes and as soon as we learn more we will pass it along too. live in employerano brock,
>> sara: driver hits not one but two cars and had to chase the suspect through the woods. michael henrich live in needham with pictures of evidence that police tweeted out themselves. >> michael: sara, we are right bay where the accident took place and right along 128 in needham by exit 19 and as you mentioned massachusetts state police tweeting out pictures of the scene of this three car crash as it was happening just before 10:00 last night. now, you can see at least one of the cars is off the road and then troopers say one of the drivers did runaway. they used a police canine in fathom to track the driver down, and we are still working to find out more information about that person. we don't even know yet from massachusetts state police whether we are talking about a male or female driver or if the driver that ran actually caused the crash. another interesting thing in these pictures and don't see this very often, massachusetts state police tweeting out an
image of a trooper handling what appear to be prescription drug bottle. we have reached out about this issue as well asking whether prescription drugs might have played a role in this crash or simply something that was recovered from the scene and was not related to the cause of the crash. as soon as we hear back and get these answers we will bring them to you in an update right here on fox25 morning news. for now reporting live in needham, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: car fire shuts down several lanes of 128. this morning everything is back open. the video was sent to us by a viewener waltham and car fire shut down all but one lane in the southbound side and no one was hurt and crews were able to knock down the flames quickly. >> sara: police in peabody trying to determine what caused teenager to run off the road and slam into a utility pole. he died in the crash sunday night. the senior was set to graduate next spring. grief counselors were at the
scene to help devastated classmates and teachers deal with the tragedy. >> tremendous loss and not just for 17, 18-year-old, for all of us, for adults in the building. i had teachers in tears when we announced this. it is just that hard. >> sara: police say alex's car left no skidmarks at the scene and there was no obvious reason for why he left the road. >> gene: new this morning accused serial rapist on nantucket says he is responsible for at least four attacks on women. david matterson was arrested last week and charged with sexual assault in 2008 and another in 2014. prosecutors tell the globe that matterson has also confessed to another rape in 2008 and one which allegedly took place last month. matterson being held without bail and police comparing his on the island. gene: derry, new hampshire man on child charges for having and distributing images of child
sexual abuse. police say the alleged victims range in age from 11 years old to 22 and this morning readying is being held on $5,000 bail. gene: bridgewater state student raping and trying to intimidate a classmate. he is intimidating the alleged victim while he was out on bail for the rape charge. brockton enterprise reports the judge has recorded sandy to stay away from the alleged victim for a year and now on personal recognizance and due back in court in january. 7:09 this morning and tomorrow learn more about the prison restrictions placed on dzhokhar tsamaev. he will unseal three motions with the terrorist behind bars. 22-year-old is being held at super max prison in colorado and restrictive measures could include male visits and other interact to prevent the risk of new violence or terrorism. >> sara: massachusetts company
police stubbed bonnie and clyde are in jail this morning. they are accused of robbing five banks from ludlow, massachusetts all the way to florida. a trooper spotted joseph carrier running out of a bank in wilmington, delaware cash in hand and they led a chase before crashing crashing into a pair of cruisers and taken into custody. the ludlow says it was great news to hear they have been caught and fox25 news says when or if the couple will go back to massachusetts to face charges and could be charged federally because the crimes crossed state lines. no word this morning on the status of the seven dogs couple was said to be traveling with. >> gene: police arrested steven cass at his home. he illegally kept the commuter when he was let go.
not renewed after he exposed widespread problems in the sports department. all the school had to do is call him for the laptop. >> sara: we know the cause of the weekend massive home explosion in taunton. state fire marshal blast was result of home repair project. we are told the homeowner removed a gas shutoff valve while fixing a hot water heater and no one was hurt. >> gene: new at 7:11, new tech gadgets that could keep these out of bank account how it uses body to replace the bank card. >> i tell you if i was a woman -- i'm ready, darling. let's go. >> sara: trump ruffling feathers and middle east custom he says he would fully embrace if he was a woman. >> julie: 93 southbound at 128 as you can see the far too lanes are still blocked, really
the deal will avoid a shutdown but there's one issue. live in the newsroom with final hurdle needed to clear before the deal moves forward. >> daniel: after years of disagreement republican congressional leaders and president obama have settled on another budget fight. just before midnight groups reached tentative deal that would modestly increase spending over the next two years and plan also cut social programs and raise the federal burrowing limit to keep the government from defaulting on loans. now, the increase is over two years and raise spending by $80 billion. spending would offset cuts to disability benefits. those medicare savings would come from cuts in payments to doctors and other healthcare providers and deal presents a major breakthrough after years of stand still in congress and it was the last big negotiation before house speaker john boehner leaves office this week. now, the agreement still needs to be approved by the house and the senate and a vote could come as soon as tomorrow. however, conservative
republicans they still have not agreed to the plan. we will keep you posted on what they decide to do on that vote when it happens. daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: this morning lawmakers are pushing to remove the term illegal alien from federal documents. more than 50 members of congress have signed on to a bill changing the wording to undocumented foreign nationals to the u.s. government. they say it is offensive. >> respect humanity and change the terms. >> sara: congress passed legislation in the past to get rid of language considered outdated or offensive and rose's law in 2010 remove the term mental retardation from the government. >> gene: trump continues to make controversial remarks on the campaign trail. talked about the middle east custom of wearing a burqa. >> we want it where the women
over there don't have the wear the you know what. they said we want to, we have worn them for 1,000 years. why would anybody tell us not to? they don't have to. look how beautiful everyone looks. wouldn't it be easier? >> gene: fresh off sixty-eighth birthday celebration hillary clinton about to make a swing through the granite state. democratic front runner will be back in new hampshire tomorrow and thursday. she will increase the attention on the state which has been the weakest link in her path to the nomination. >> sara: this morning time is running short in the search for missing cargo ship with three local crew members. voyage data will run out of battery later this week. they are looking for signal sent out by the recorder. the el faro sunk near the bahamas during hurricane joaquin 33 people were on board
including three with ties to massachusetts. >> julie: good morning, just talking to the assignment desk because it has been such a busy morning. sky fox heading from one of the accidents on 93 southbound and heading to what we have heard is another accident but i can show you this on the map so far. the one right at 128 has cleared however, we are seeing delays stretching all the way back to 495. used to slow conditions on 93 south, not usually like this, average speed 11 miles per hour. as we shift down to the expressway average speeds about 14 miles per hour from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road, that's just from typical morning volume, not from accidents like we have seen on 93 and on 128 north of town. live drive time 128 to the tobin and about an hour and 15 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 49 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. as you're getting ready to head out the door, grab a pair of
gloves and hat and brief walk to the car because it is freezing out there in many places, shiri. >> shiri: we are 38 right now in boston and we got gorgeous clear sunrise this morning and clear mornings are typically the coolest today, no exception, freezing temperatures biggest weather threat for the day today strictly during the morning hours through about 9:00 a.m. and then we will trade that for heavy rain and wind here wednesday and into thursday. so this morning i do have a freeze warning until 9:00 a.m. for the cape as well as the vineyard upper 20s, lower 30s, only reason don't see to the north and west is because growing season already come to an end there and still pretty chilly with upper 30s in boston as well as worcester this morning but lots of 20s on the map. let's start in beverly at 26 right now. again, nice and clear now that the sun is up, get to work but really slow process to warm up, so still in the 30s at 9:00 this morning, about 49 at 11:00 a.m. and we get into the
right now in plymouth, same sunshine that you're seeing at this point but only 38 at 9:00 a.m. so still chilly at 9:00 this morning through the morning commute, 50s back by 11:00 a.m. and we do reach the middle 50s there, worcester a at 39 but you will see temperatures really stall out here so we will be around 39 still at 9:00 a.m., no hunts of a warm-up and then we got temperatures that do crack the 50s once we get into the afternoon. so high temperatures rise to 56 in boston and 54 in worcester, 57 in foxborough and lawrence and 55 hudson, new hampshire. we get more of the mid to upper 50s down across southeastern massachusetts as well and although today is nice and dry by tomorrow morning start the day dry here comes the rain and wind though moving in likely just after the evening commute and peaking over into thursday morning which is why the rain, wind going to be the big concern right here. thursday afternoon a couple spot
showers before we dry out in the evening and 70 the high, warmest day of the week. 60 on friday, a little bit brighter and still breezy and over the weekend 54 on saturday and halloween with sunshine by sunday 59 with incoming showers. back to you. >> gene: 7:21. violent confrontation caught on camera inside a south carolina school. this morning the video is going viral. ahead the new details about this deputy's previous brutality complaint. gene: it is one special car. someone will shell out $15 million for this thing and never ever take it out on the who's toughest on spending? fox news did the analysis and jeb bush had the best record. billions in pork, vetoed. eight budgets, balanced.
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sara: boston business journal has no mans to open up another location. zillow was off-the-cuff comment and there are no actual plans. >> gene: rare sports cards to expensive jewelry thousands of pieces of abandoned property will be sold off by the state of massachusetts and many items on display at the statehouse and come from safe deposit boxes and include rings and watches and unique pieces of sports memorabilia. >> 1949 red sox felt pennant from the red sox and that's a collectible item and we have bruce jenner item and people will be bidding on that. >> gene: auction will take place ebay saturday and continue seven weeks and treasury expects to put up 1500
lots of items for bid. >> gene: auction off one of the cars created to the movie -- new bond movie and debuted in britain and ten of the cards for the film and sell just one for charity. bids are expected to reach $15 million. the car though is not street legal. bummer. >> sara: bummer, gene. there's a comet in space leaving quite the trail. nasa says cocet love joy is alcohol and sugar into space. it all adds up to 500 bottles of wine every second during the peak activity and first time that type of alcohol has been found in space. researchers say it is just more evidence that molecules necessary to create life could have come from comets. >> sara: this morning a local poster working trying to run down a woman with his truck. straight ahead she tells fox25 what she was trying to do to
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cooler in plymouth right now than it was yesterday at this time, 20 cooler on the vineyard and which leaves us in the 20s and 30s even that far south so the vineyard 26 brewster at 33, provincetown freezing 27 now and 25 in taunton as work way northward and boston, yes, but check out burbs, 33 , foxborough 30, 26 in framingham and 26 in northborough, 28 in tyngsboro and 20s up to londonderry, new hampshire, ringe, new hampshire and 20s and 30s will do it right now, noon time cool, 50 , only moving into the mid-and upper 50s today with increasing clouds late on tonight, going to have the timeline when rain attacks the clouds actually moves into place because we got a lot of showers developing as we head into the wednesday and thursday forecast. now julie grauert with live drive time traffic. how is it looking out there?
i feel like every time we check in there's something new to tell but. here we go, sky fox now over an accident on 128 northbound, under route 1 in peabody and if we can get a better look here we go, look really closely there's a wrong-way driver. their headlights pointing toward oncoming traffic and police vehicle on scene and trying to get that under control. another new accident this is 93 southbound receipt at 495. but a lot of the damage is done as far as 93 is concerned so try to find an alternate route this morning if that's part of your commute. as you can see very slow on route 1 as well as you head through saugus. here are live drive times, 40 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin bridge, almost an hour and 20 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 52 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: all right, julie, developing news this morning in pembroke, kids heading back to
threat against the safety. >> gene: this morning the district sending action sending student to get help and jessica reyes is live in pembroke where viewer tipped us off about the threats. >> jessica: good morning. school back in session since the news broke and superintendent does confirm that the student is now under investigation by the pembroke police department and she does say they have not been suspended from school and not say the student is male or female because she claims the school is so small but she did tell the patriot ledger as you said referred to mental health professional as assessment and learned the student in question was absent from school yesterday but a lot of questions surrounding this this morning, superintendent also not commenting on what type of threats were made here but calls into her office working to get clarification on that. also have calls into the police department.
we know the lieutenant who can give us more information, he is in at 8:00 and hoping to bring you more information in the next half hour to hour or so and as soon as we can do that pass it live along. live in pembroke, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: new this morning state police are investigating a crash on 128. investigators say it happened near exit 19 in needham and the department tweeted these pictures as it was happening. so far state police are providing few details but say that one car crashed into two others and drive of one of the cars took off on foot and state police brought in a search dog who quickly tracked down the driver and so far troopers say they plan to file charge but not have exactly what charges will be. >> gene: neighbors call it dead man's curve. stretch in oxford claimed another life. catherine parrotta live this morning where she just spoke with a man who knows how very well how the stretch of road
this road can be. >> catherine: route 20 not too far from the spot where the crash occurred and see the traffic has no problems zipping right past us here and road is pretty narrow when you consider there are two lanes on either side of that yellow line down the middle but as you mentioned we did just speak with a man, and he has a connection to the white cross helped me and investigating deadly crash that happened here yesterday and collision that happened 8:30 yesterday morning on route 20 in the area known as dead man's curve and chevy cavalier drifted into westbound lane and spun back into oncoming traffic and hit by suv. driver of the car, 51-year-old sturbridge woman killed and eight-month-old on life support and two-year-old serious lie injured. three others including the driver of the cement truck were also injured. as we mentioned we spoke with the man that tells us the exwife's previous husband was
was killed 18 years ago and as a result of the crash her son is left in wheelchair. exwife wrote a book and looking to do presentations for barriers in the stretch of road. >> this section is so bad right here. barriers down that end of 20 but right here. there have been so many lives lost here. >> catherine: investigating around yesterday's crash but crashes are all too common here and that's fox25 heard over and over again talking to people after the crash occurred and you will hear more coming up. >> catherine: >> gene: stape saying very little about hit and run in saugus.
33-year-old man hit and killed and man on the run. we were on the story as it was breaking yesterday morning. troopers found the vehicle bup right now the driver remains on the run and investigators will not say what kind of vehicle was involved but today they plan to continue processing it for evidence to identify who may have been behind the wheel. catherine: gene: this morning boston police investigating person walking on brighton avenue after 6:00 last night. the vehicle involved suffered significant damage but police tell us the victim's injuries are not life-threatening. >> sara: this morning weymouth postal carrier facing charges accused of hitting woman in the leg with his mail truck. this happened sunday night and tell fox25 edmund haggerty speeding through the neighborhood and that's when amie said to slow down and told fox25 instead the mailman came at her with his truck. she was struck in the legs. >> it is excruciatingly painful. >> standing up is hard.
>> yeah. >> sara: police say there was a beer can in haggerty's truck. he had been stressed out about the work road and due back in court in december. >> gene: man accused of robbing new hampshire grocery store. she tells fox25 she decided to turn the tables on him. >> i was like really and i looked at him and smiled and held my knife and showed him and looked at me, double take, and pointed toward him and he left. >> gene: the mother of four used this knife to scare away the would be rob and her no one was hurt and police looking for man that's about 5'4" and weighs about 180 pounds. >> sara: police in hudson,
images to catch a pair. man distracted 89-year-old woman by asking her opinion why he should buy while female accomplice snatched the woman's wallet. they are white or possibly hispanic in their 30s and left the store in silver hatchback. call police if you can help catch them. sara: natick police helping someone recognized as woman caught on camera with stolen credit card. police are looking for this woman and man in connection to the crime. they are accused of using stolen car to spend nearly $7,000 before the victim was able to cancel it. sara: state of massachusetts is charging a leading financial services firm with failing to protect investors. state regulators claim fidelity investments allowed registered advisors to act as brokers or dealers and one was allegedly paid $730,000 in fees by
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yesterday the league filed a new brief to a federal appeals court and says judge richard berman overstepped the authority by eliminating four game suspension and also says significant evidence linked brady to those deflated footballs that were used in the afc championship game. >> sara: historic change at harvard opened up new doors for women. >> gene: tensions are high between u.s. and china and where u.s. warship went that disrupt peace in the two countries. >> julie: update on accident, sky fox on 128 northbound under route 1 in peabody. we have that car involved on a tow truck now. it will be clearing out shortly. shiri? >> shiri: tons of rain coming in here wednesday into thursday and looking at one into possibly three inches of rain and got the
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>> daniel: it is violent. >> what could have led up to that and what she could have response. >> daniel: it was center of lawsuit following a violent attack ten years ago and officer was placed on administrative duty for now and told not to return to the school as this department investigates what happened and girl was arrested for disturbing the school and later released to family. >> sara: troops burst into
u.s. forces have directly engaged isis fighters on the ground and joshua wheeler killed in the firefight. sara: more u.s. troops may be ordered to fight sira and iraq and discussing putting special ops ops troops in syria and also closer to the front line in fighting against in iraq and president has not decided if he will approve the changes and no word how many additional u.s. troops would be needed.
sea center of many territory disputes. >> sara: pennsylvania hospital is warning nearly 1300 patients potential life-threatening infection. eight people who received open heart surgery at the hospital in new york have become infected in the operating room, four have died and doctors believe the bacteria came from machines that circulate water.
machines now being inspected by the cdc. >> julie: slowing things down at 128 and point out some of the slow spots from 495 all the way to route 62 in andover in wilmington on 93 south also medford area and approach somerville and live look at lynn fells parkway and volume remains steady and heavy. 128 to the tobin bridge and hour and 15 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 56 minutes 128 south route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls.
>> shiri: boston skyline, peak wednesday night and thursday morning and got splashover as well as minor coastal flooding keep an eye on during the very same timeframe and set-up right now quiet one, couple more clouds nearby than we had yesterday and also gaining a couple degrees and look far enough south we have pretty significant rain and that's what's going to be on the move toward us here. this is tropical moisture and hurricane patricia over the weekend and help fuel tropical
downpours is and almost 10 warmer than it was last night and then for the day tomorrow we have highs close to 60 but we also got the rain moving in, here is timeline, start the day with clouds for the morning commute and slight chance for shower don't want to rule out something isolated before this main rain but noon time still going dry and spot showers, heaviest and rain and wind passes through overnight here wednesday night and going to have pockets of heavy rain and wind even a little further inland you see here for the thursday morning commute. at the same time we got winds that are going to start gusting up around 35 to 45 and push into coastline and very high high tide and 60 and breezy on friday
and saturday, of course, we got halloween and 54 your high but trick or treaters get ready to dress for the 40s and probably means coats over the costumes and late weekend, early next week more rain. >> gene: merrimac valley has cat problem and cut down on noisy mess that's keeping neighbors up at night.
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for the team's first appearance since 2000 and held a pep rally in queens yesterday and pregame coverage continues tonight at 7:30 and right here at fox25. >> gene: in time for halloween worst places to live should some sort of zombie apocalypse hit. based on proximity to people and look at map providence most likely place for a zombie invasion or zombie apocalypse as found not too easy to say and hartford comes in third and boston number five and boston also made top ten for vampire problems.
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when we going to get out. >> shiri: up to 30 , boston you have not moved, 38, 36 in worcester so actually gone down there and still got 20s on the map and beverly and nashua and orange and freezing on the vineyard and since we have the sunshine out there we will start to warm up and by 10:00 a.m. we have temperatures widespread in the 40s, by lunch time today it is going to be on either side of 50 . staying pretty bright and more clouds than yesterday and sticking with sunshine, scattered clouds and after freezing start 52 to 58 and much warmer and wetter tomorrow to go overcoming and up julie grauert with live drive time traffic watching heavy volume. >> julie: many of the accidents we are recovering all morning have finally cleared but the volume, residual volume remain and 93 south from andover down into wilmington and then as you could see through medford typical volume on 93 south.
brook parkway up to columbia road. 128 and southbound also very slow right now as you approach the braintree area. live look past the gas tank where there's a little bit of room between the cars and it could be worse. over to the live drive times, ted williams to the weston tolls and 38 minutes northbound university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. gene, back to you. >> gene: students are in class this morning in pembroke as police investigate a serious threat against the middle school story came in as tip just before 10:00 newscast but the investigation began over the weekend. fox25 jessica reyes is live outside the pembroke community school where extra police have been on parole this morning. yes, good morning. >> jessica: good morning, to you, gene. students are back in school for the first time since the news broke last night and superintendent here does confirm that a student in question is now undergoing a mental health evaluation and taking look at
video now we have been out here since 4:00 this morning and you can see there has been an increased police presence here. the superintendent says the student was absent from school yesterday but has not been suspended at this point and pembroke police department has been investigating but as of right now no charges have been filed and superintendent would not say if the student was a boy or girl because she claims the school is so small the child would be too easy to identify. now, the superintendent in the commenting tom menino point what type of threats the student made but we have calls into police, know lieutenant that media gets around now and hoping to hear from him within the next 30 minutes and as soon as we do we will pass the new information right along to you. for now live in people break, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: new this morning state police search the woods after driver ran off a multicar crash and michael henrich live in the scene near needham where troopers tweeting out photos from the crime scene late last
>> michael: sara, massachusetts state police said they made quick work of the incident even as they say a driver ran away after the three car crash. it happened around here on 128. it is obviously a crowded roadway it can point in the morning but a little before 10:00 last night when this accident happened that wasn't the case and as you could see in these pictures tweeted out by massachusetts state police there was a car that was knocked off the road and one of the drivers ran away, ended up using a canine officer named fathom to track the person down and still working to find out more information about who the driver was and why police believe the person fled the scene. that's not all. as you can also see in the pictures it appears the trooper is handling multiple bottles of prescription drug. what role, if any, those prescription drug bottles remain in the crash remains to be seen and another question we sent over to massachusetts state police.
of course, it is still early in the day and as soon as we hear back we will bring you the update right here on fox25 morning news. for now though we are reporting live in needham, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: right around the same time police were called to crash on 128 and happened near the 128 split in norwood, one person was taken from the scene by an ambulance. >> gene: police in peabody trying to determine what caused a teenager to run off the road and slam into a utility pole. alex patally died sunday night. he was set to graduated next spring. grief counselors at the school yesterday to help devastated classmates and teachers deal with the tragedy. >> it is a tremendous loss and not for 17, 18-year-olds, all of us, adults in the buildings. i had teachers in tears when we announced this. it is just that hard.
no skidmarks at the scene and no obvious reason why he left the road. >> sara: man responsible responsible for at least four attacks on women. david matterson was arrested last week and charged with sexual assaults in 2008 and another in 2014. prosecutors tell the globe that matterson has also confessed to another rape in 2008 and one which allegedly took place last month. matter son is being held without bail and police are comparing his dna to evidence from other similar incidents on the island. >> sara: derry, new hampshire man in custody on child porn charges. matthew reddick is charged with asking for, having and distributing photos and they range from 11 years old to 22 and this morning reddick being held on $5,000 bail. >> sara: bridgewater state
trying to intimidate a classmate he is intimidating the alleged victim while out on bail for the rape charge and brockton enterprise reports that a judge has ordered sandy to stay away from the alleged victim for one year and now out on personal recognizance and due back in court in january. >> gene: search for missing lowell woman and family says the search has now expanded into new hampshire. police say 67-year-old elguay kresspo suffers from several mental challenges and last seen sunday night walking near her home on tool up lane and wearing a gray sweat and her black and white pants when she went missing and also diabetic. if you see her you're asked to immediately contact police. gene: massachusetts couple police dubbed bonnie and clyde in pennsylvania this morning. joseph and jennifer carrier accused of robbing five blanks from ludlow, massachusetts to florida. yesterday they spotted joseph carrier running out of bank in
hand and carrier let police on chase in pennsylvania before crashing into a pair of cruisers and being taken into custody. police detective who has been tracking the couple says it was great news to say they have been caught and fox25 told it is unclear when or if the couple will come back to massachusetts to face charges. they could be charged federally because the crimes crossed state lines. no word this morning on status of seven dogs said to be traveling with. gene: hyde park woman accused of murdering her uncle will undergo a mental evaluation prosecutors said she shot and killed clive francis. she has heard voices, talking to herself and unresponsive and due back in court november 16th. >> sara: this morning former wayland high school abington lettic director tells fox25 the school director out to get him.
his home after they searched for school laptop. he illegally kept the computer after he was let go. his contract was not renewed after spreading widespread problems in the sports department and all the school had to do was call him. >> they never asked for it back, never asked me to pay for it, they gave me. >> sara: only goal was to recover the computer. cass will be back in court in december for a probable cause hearing. >> gene: police looking for this woman and man in connection to the crime. they are accused of using stolen car to spend nearly $7,000 before the victim was able to cancel it. tomorrow we could learn more about the prison restrictions placed on convicted boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsamaev the judge that sentenced dzhokhar to death earlier this year unseal three motions behind
at federal super max prison in colorado. restrictive measures could include male visits and other interactions to prevent of new terrorism or violence. >> gene: local woman hit by speeding mail truck. >> excruciating painful. >> gene: excuse the postal worker gave at the scene. >> sara: agreement lawmakers came to just before midnight keeping the government from shut down. >> julie: it has been a long slow morning on 93 south hour from 495 to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: i got weather starting out mostly in the 30s this morning, still in the 30s by 9:00 a.m., 40s are back by 10:00 and 50s by lunchtime
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>> gene: congressional leaders and president obama have settled on another budget fight. just before midnight groups reached tentative deal that had modestly increase spending over the next two years and would cut social program and raise limit to keep the government to defaulting on loans. increase is over two years and raise spending by $80 billion. spending would offset cuts to medicare and social security disability benefits. now, those medicare savings would come from cuts in payments to doctors and healthcare providers and years of stand still in congress and last big negotiation before house speaker john boehner leaves office this week. agreement still needs to be approved by the house and senate and vote could come as soon as tomorrow and keep you posted on that and conservative republicans still have not agreed to the plans and we will let you know if vote happens and keep you updated. in the newsroom this morning, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news.
americans will take risk to reduce amount of money spent by washington. 56% of voters are okay with shutting down the federal government. if that means more spending cuts that includes 76% of republicans and 44% of democrats. 29% of voters also say they oppose raising the country's debt limit which would cause the u.s. to default on loans and likely send stocks tumbling. >> sara: more u.s. troops may be ordered to fight isis in syria and iraq. the white house is discussing plans to put special ops troops on the ground in syria and american commanders closer to the front lines in fighting in iraq and president has not decided if he will approve the changes and no word how many additional u.s. troops would be needed. >> sara: this morning lawmakers are pushing to remove the term illegal alien from federal documents. more than 50 members of congress have signed on to a bill
undocumented foreign nationals within the u.s. government. they say the term is offensive. >> gene: how many children have convict parents. look at data put together by child trends. maryland based group says one in every 14 children have had at least one parent due prison time and those numbers are higher for low income and minority children the study says children with at least one parent in jail have low self-esteem and poor mental and physical health. child trends says it hopes the information will lead to more help for children of convicts. >> sara: new accident to tell but, 128 southbound at route 38
in main street in the woburn area and that slowing things down on 128 southbound right now as we shift south of town expressway northbound this is right at columbia road an accident there has lane blocked and adding to the volume we typically see this time of the morning on the expressway and here you go, stop and go past freeport street as you head northbound. over to those live drive times, 37 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel, 28 minutes on route 9495 to speen street and nearly an hour on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now with look at today's forecast and we are starting freezing out there and then it is a bit of rollercoaster. >> shiri: it is a bit of rollercoaster ride trading in biggest weather threat being freezing temperatures from milder weather tomorrow and thursday but also heavy rain and wind and if i had add fourth i would add coastal concerns as well but freeze warnings still in place until 9:00 this morning
reason why you see the warning here, not to the north and west, even though we have freezing temperatures here growing season has come to an end across much of massachusetts and new hampshire and boston as well as worcester checking in in the upper 30s and ton of freezing spots like plymouth this morning, a lot of in betweens and seeing sunshine now which is warming you up and, in fact, warms you up to 42 by 10:00, lunchtime temp at noon, 53 and you get into the mid-if not the upper 50s and beverly 28 and calm wind, calm winds all day and look at how the clouds start to build in here, slow warm-up as well and 30s 10:00 a.m. and 52 though by noon time today and highs in the mid to upper 50s. 26 in nashua, new hampshire, stay bright this morning and 38 and 49 and 50s this afternoon
and 54 in boston and 55 lawrence, burlington 56 and framingham 55 and worcester 52 and mildford, new hampshire 56 and also in the middle 50s from the sea coast to the north shore down to the south shore too, plymouth at 55, bridgewater 56, sandwich 57 and 56 and attach variation and couple clouds mixing with the sunshine and fox25 weather app hand and he need it tomorrow and tomorrow we start, in fact, with just the clouds. i don't want to rule out isolated morning shower here or at noon and main rain is really moving in late in the afternoon. in fact, at 5:00 p.m. we have rain and wind moving into western new england but eastern new england still looking fairly quiet with some lighter showers if this speeds up by just a little bit here going to see big impacts getting you home from work tomorrow and i have concerns over that thursday morning commute because i think
i still see pockets of heavy rain and some gusty wind straight into thursday morning and pats paying at gillette 8:25, 56 and it will be dry and partly cloudy and still breezy at 60 and 50s are back for the weekend and looks great for halloween, keeping it mostly sunny, watch out for some sunday showers. back to you. >> sara: no blood friday sales what rei wants people to do instead of shop. >> gene: donald trump takes on
wouldn't it be easie jeb bush was a very strong governor, probably the strongest governor in the history of the state of florida. he was a young guy and i think there were some folks in the legislature that thought they might be able to run over him. that didn't happen. one tax cut wasn't enough- he had to do more. it wasn't enough to have 15,000 kids with school choice in florida, he wanted to have 100,000 kids. if he didn't like a project, it was going to be vetoed. it didn't matter if you were a republican. it didn't matter if you were his best friend. he said: 'this is where we're going, this is how we're going to reform state government...' every politician comes in talking about making change, and generally there's not much change. but governor bush made a lot of changes. he got the nickname veto corleone.
>> gene: donald trump's new book. he plans to publish later today. it is untitled right now but trump calls it a best sell and her and immigration reform and trump written more than a dozen books. >> sara: trump continues to make controversial remarks and spoke to reporters 7:00 a.m. yesterday and shared his thoughts on the middle east custom of wearing a burqa. >> want where women don't want
to wear you know what. they said we want to. we have worn them 1,000 years. they want to. it is easier. don't have to put on make-up. look at how beautiful looks. wouldn't it be easier? >> sara: coming off sixty-eighth birthday celebration hillary clinton about to make a swing through the granite state and democratic front runner will be back in new hampshire tomorrow and thursday. pundits say she will increase her attention on the state which has been the weakest link in her path to win the nomination. >> gene: sara: annual conference of police chief in chicago from around the world and plans to call expanded background checks for gun purchases. police chief wants improvements to the federal database which tracks people who are not illegally allowed to buy guns.
in western massachusetts ranks of body cameras. part-time and full time officers wearing this week and nonprofit to pay for the cameras. chief says the mandatory policy should help ensure professionalism. >> sara: state looks at regulating fantasy sports in massachusetts, draftkings is spending a lot of money on advertising on the mbta. coming up at 8:30, new reaction from the governor about the future of this boston based company. >> shiri: we have dry and we have cold weather in place today in fact, so dry we have eight inch rainfall deficit in boston, seven and a half in worcester and making up a lot of ground
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we are following breaking news out of saugus where school department confirms the high school is on lockdown. they are not telling us anything about why or how long it has been going on and monitoring the situation. plus a chilly start to the morning where i have the puffy jacket and hoody out. >> shiri: and ugg boots. >> gene: whatever it takes. >> shiri: all gene approved. 24 hours ago it was much warmer. now 15 on vineyard waking up to freezing temperatures, 32 vineyard, 36 duxbury and got taunton at 28 boston now at 38 but we still got freezing temperatures on the map in foxborough, framingham at 20 examine methuen at 29 and also 29 in tyngsboro, 24 in londonderry, clearly burbs much cooler and much of central
massachusetts in the upper 20s so 20s and 30s still ruling your forecast this morning at noon time, cool and 50 and 56 here at 3:00 p.m. as sunshine continues along with some scattered clouds and increasing clouds and attached to the clouds does move into place and and where are slow pots now. >> julie: right at columbia road and that's why we are seeing even heavier delays there than usual and 128 southbound very sluggish through burlington and lexington right now and pretty typical this time of the commute and live look at route 1 past lynn fells parkway and starting to loosen up just a little bit and live drive times 36 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams
tunnel and 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. sara, back to you. >> sara: all right, julie, students are in school this morning in one pembroke middle school as police investigate threat from one of the classmates. fox25 jessica reyes live outside the pembroke middle school where waiting to learn more about what kind of threat was made. jess? >> jessica: we are, sara, and students return return after learning about this and student in question now undergoing a mental health evaluation and we have been out here since 4:00 this morning and look at video saw a short time ago and there's an increased police presence out here right now. superintendent says the student was absent from school yesterday but has not been responded. pembroke police department is now investigating but as of right now no charge have been found in this. student has not been identified and superintendent not saying if this student in question is boy
school is so small the student would be easy to identify. now, she is not commenting on what type of threats were made or how they were made if they were made in person or over social media but waiting to hear back from police and just getting in right now between eight and 8:30 so as soon as we get more information from him we will pass that right loon to you for now live in pembroke, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: one woman dead and two children in the hospital after a horrible crash and the road where it happened is known for being extremely dangerous. live in route 20 and neighbors call that particular stretch of that roadway dead man's curve. >> catherine: this is where the crash happened 24 hours ago right around this time and see what the conditions are like at 8:30 in the morning and stretch of road where this happened right up around the curve there as you might be able to see. you could see the cars pass by here very quickly, road here is
very narrow with two lanes on either side of that yellow line. neighbors here are devastated to hear about this deadly crash but unfortunately they say they are not surprised. >> looked up the road and saw the car, heaven help me. >> jessica: crash that left local residents reeling. >> all of a sudden boom and screech. saw the truck laying on its side wheels up a little bit further. >> devastating. crushed. there was nothing there. >> catherine: police say it happened yesterday morning when they havey drifted and spinning back into oncoming traffic where it was hit by suv. 31-year-old female driver of the cherven was killed and eight-month-old on life support. two-year-old severely injured. three others suffered nonlife-threatening injuries. >> every time accident happens i
feel bad. >> catherine: accidents known as dead man's curve are very common. >> it is a bad common and 1988 and numerous accidents and three or four fatalities that i'm aware of. >> live right here and stop right here and hopes nobody rear end upturning into the driveway. >> catherine: legislatures and local officials will discuss the route 20 and circumstances of this crash still under investigation. the type of crash residents hope they won't see again. >> not something we were prepared to see. >> catherine: heard many of them say in the report and while we were here this morning one man came over to us and he says he has a connection to one of the crosses placed here in this stretch of route 20 and you will hear more from him coming up next hour. for now live in oxford,
8:35 and state police saying very little this morning about vehicle involved in deadly hit and run in saugus. 33-year-old man from new york was hit and killed while trying to cross route 1 late sunday night. we were on the story as it was breaking yesterday morning and troopers found the vehicle but right now the drive remain on the loose. investigators will not say what kind of vehicle was involved but today they plan to continue processing it for evidence to identify who may have been behind the wheel. gene: this morning boston police investigating an accident involving person on weston ave in brighton happened after 6:00 last night and vehicle involved suffered significant damage plus police tell us the victim's injuries are not life-threatening. >> sara: this morning weymouth postal carrier facing charges accused of hitting a woman in the leg with his mail truck. this happened sunday night witnesses tell fox25 that edmund haggerty was speeding through the neighborhood and that's when amy collins says she told him to
slow down and told heather hegedus instead the mailman came at her with his truck. >> it is excruciatingly painful. >> standing up is hard? >> yeah. >> sara: police say there was a beer can in haggerdy's truck and he told them he had been stressed out about the workload and this morning haggerdy off the roads but still getting paid by the post office and due back in court in december. >> gene: suspect accused of pulling knife on the owner and tells fox25 she decided to turn the tables on him. >> looked at him and smiled and showed him and looked at me and double take and i pointed toward him and he left. >> gene: mother of four used this knife to scare away the would-be robber and man looking
about 180 pounds. >> sara: city of lawrence dealing with a cat problem. there are too many cats breeding only making the problem worst and mspca working to solve the probably trapping the animals so they can be fixed and released. >> gene: this morning tom brady once again on the clock in the deflategate legal battle. yesterday filed a new brief to the federal appeals court and says judge richard berman overstepped the authority by eliminating the four game suspension and nfl says significant evidence linked brady to those deflated footballs used in the afghanistan championship game. >> sara: boston's own draftkings shelling out thousands of dollars in advertising all over the mbta. fox found ads for the daily website in south station and
is meeting to talk about whether sites like draftkings should be regulated. we asked governor charlie baker what he thinks about the ads. >> i don't think that's a problem. really don't. i have no idea -- don't know any of the facts about this, didn't know about it until you showed it to me and it has no impact at all on the way i look at this. >> sara: mbta spokesman says for two buses draftkings spent $17,000 on 4-week ad campaign. the gaming commission is set to meet on the issue on thursday. >> gene: tonight 2015 world series will start and you will see it right here on fox25. mets and royals square off in game one in kansas city. mets fans are ready. first appearance since 2000 and fans held a pep rally in queens pregame coverage will start tonight at 7:30. you can see every game of the world series right here on fox25. >> sara: one of harvard's historic change.
for the first time the fox club has accepted women as members. club has been all male since 1898 and it was one of eight male only social clubs at harvard. >> gene: 8:39. smiling boy trying to help a friend in need. ahead this morning tragedy in new hampshire and how this nine-year-old touched so many lives. >> sara: and it is shocking video. a student pulled out of her seat by a police officer. >> what she could have done that would have warranted that kind of response. >> sara: video that's gaun viral and where that officer is this morning. >> julie: shiri? >> reporter: updated rain totals wednesday thursday rainfall and likely between one
i had no idea snhu had this amazing campus. even the walk to class is amazing. i love the sense of community. people actually hold the doors open for you here. all my professors really know who i am here. they genuinely want you to succeed. i've made so many friends here. friends i know i'll have for life. snhu is the place for me.
>> gene: this cell phone video going viral students arrest in south carolina and raising big questions whether or not the officer's actions were warranted and daniel miller is keeping an eye on the story all morning and has more on the officer who is now under investigation. >> daniel: deputy called into the classroom to help remove the girl when the incident unfolded. flipped over and pulled from her desk, a student's arrest has caught a lot of attention as this video make the round on social media. the richland school district ii black parents association want to know why the arrest was so violent. >> thinking about what could have led up to that and what she could have done that would have warranted that kind of response. >> alarm you and makes you afraid of what's happening within the schools.
disturbed by the video and under investigation. >> student was asked to leave the class several times by the instructor at the school, assistant principal there as well and called on the scene to actually have the student removed from the location. student refused and officer acted that you see on the video. >> daniel: exact circumstances leading up to the arrest aren't clear from the video but officer can be heard giving the student ultimatum.
struggle. >> gene: ted gates award news and public affairs and wdbj received emmy for showing courage in the state of tragedy. >> sara: leading financial services firm with failing to protect investigators. fidelity investments allowed unregistered advisors to act as brokers or dealers. one was allegedly paid $730,000 in fees by fidelity customers. the state calls the matter a profound failure. fidelity break being state laws but could face a fine. sara: more jobs in downtown worcester. umass memorial healthcare says he will have new offices on front street by the end of the year. umass memorial says it plans on
having 500 information technology employees work there and about 200 of them will be new hires. the company is worcester's largest employer and tells the telegram it plans on investing more than $700 million in its it department over the next decade. >> gene: emptying bank accounts and ways you can protect yourself. >> julie: 95 northbound in danvers and three lanes are blocked in endicott road and keep in mind heading in that the direction northbound on 95 you're going to encounter a big traffic jam as they work to clear that accident out. shifting over to the pike things slow through the weston tolls and through the brighton area. that's where we are taking you for the live look. see nice and bright out there, very slow going as you head
eastbound. here are live drive times, 36 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and we are up to almost an hour, we are at 50 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and 52 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear look at today's forecast and blue skies behind you. >> shiri: we have sunshine, grab the sun glasses, grab coat and strong winds and heavy rain develop wednesday night and into thursday morning and at the same time we are going to have to monitor the coastline for some splashover and some minor coastal floodings and a lot of changes here coming up in the next 24, 48 hours for now it is looking mostly sunny but you can see closer clouds than yesterday
leak into the area and ahead for tuesday look at how bright that looks, looks fantastic, sun clouds really not a worry in the world and temperaturewise today we are going to climb into the middle 50s spots like beverly, marshfield, at 54, string of 55 from brockton up to framingham and lowell and 54 in manchester, new hampshire and 52 in worcester and middle 50s for the cape and islands. at the coastline boston at 45, 42 in marshfield, 40s for the cape and islands and so not as cold as what we had yesterday. then high temperatures climb up near 60 but in come the rain, in come the wind, not first thing in the morning and may be isolated shower during the morning commute tomorrow and chances low enough i really don't see any -- much of impact
on your wednesday morning commute. even lunchtime tomorrow should be pretty easy to navigate the roads. it is once we hit the evening because if this speeds up by just a couple hours it will interfere with the commute in the boston area but for now looks like heaviest rain will be out across western new england during the evening commute coming through during the overnight hours and even into thursday morning i see indications that we are going to have lingering downpours and definitely stronger gusts here. so it is the wednesday evening possibly commute impacted and the thursday morning where i'm seeing probably the biggest impact of all. wind are also going to be gusting 35 to 45 miles per hour and look at warm-up, 70 on thursday, back to 60 on friday, bright but breezy. >> sara: food hash tags on
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and amy polar. >> gene: david bowie releasing album. it will be released next month with the ambum slated to come back on bowie's birthday in january and that's when he turns 69 years old. that's hard to believe. >> sara: it is hard to believe. >> gene: former nba player could be in trouble from what he was doing before almost died.