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a local mother and her baby died this week. then this morning, safety changes coming in just days to this dangerous stretch of road. no stopping tom brady. the patriots remain undefeated after another dominant performance. big plays that put this game away at halftime. >>announcer: complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> 6:00, good morning, everybody, welcome to the fox25 morning news on this friday morning, october 30 morning, october 30. hope your morning is off to great start. i am gene lavanchy.and time sara underwood. sadly, no more 70s. storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear is here with a cooler forecast this morning. >>shiri: yes. as we wake up this morning to the 40s and 50s, i have got temperatures today that are actually going to rise considerably. so we have 38 in taunton -- excuse me in norwood. 46 in bedford. 49 in lawrence and 51 in boston boston. futurecast here as we hit 8:00
do right now. lots of 40s on the map an then by lunchtime today going with mostly sunny skies. there will be a couple of scattered clouds blending in from late morning into the early afternoon. by noontime more sunshine than anything else in the middle 50s 50s. afternoon temperatures peek close to 60 in some spots. spots. 54 to 60 degrees. not as warm as yesterday, but definitely bright and definitely dry and we are looking into that halloween forecast in just a few. julie grauert with live drive time traffic. how are those shaping up this morning. >> shiri, starting to see the volume build on the expressway which is pretty typical for the weekday morning commute. take there that orange devoting that things are slowing down there. pike moving along nicely. live look through brightto, n where volume is very light and reasonable. here are your live drive times. 13 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams. 16 minutes on route 9 from 495 to speen street. 1 minutes on 128 southbound 1 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue to the
weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >>gene: happening today, back to class at lowell high school where hundreds of excuse were evacuated due to mystery illness. >> some complained of headache, nashua and some were hospitalized. live at the sullivan school with what they are saying if it is safe this morning. >>reporter: crews scrubbed this school down for hours last night. this is called the sullivan school in lowell, and officials there still not positive what caused so many kids to get sick here. but this morning, the -- just over an hour, they will be back in school today. >>reporter: students at sullivan middle school in lowell back in school this morning one day after 60 of them suddenly got sick. >> aid really bad headache and my head was hot and my stomach hurt very bad. >>reporter: some students felt >>reporter: some students
>> i smelled in rotten egg smell and i tried to cover my nose trying to get back to class. >>reporter: students were evacuated to riley. >> it was scary. there were crying. the teachers were good keeping them under control but scary. >> five kids were sent to lowell general hop. while authorities aren't positive what caused this, they are sure it was not carbon monoxide poisoning. both cools were scrubbed down and open this morning. >> nothing in their medical treatment now at the hospital is that causing us any alarm or makes us think that it is a carbon monoxide situation. it does seem to be more of a viral type syndrome. >>reporter: administrators here weren't sure if they were going to hold school today but they did make that call late last night saying they are confident this won't happen again and they say nothing like this has ever happened before. live in lowell this morning, jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. patriots look unstoppable. the team remains perfect after
a blow-out against the dolphins a blow-out against the dolphins. of all accounts and all pundits agree at this point they are the most dominant team in the nfl. station sports director tom leyden up early with us on this friday morning for the key plays that locked this one in for the pats. good morning, tom. >>reporter: good morning, gene. i love coming in after the patriots win and they keep doing it. you watch this team and you wonder what will it take for another team to knock them out. every once in a while it takes time to kick it into gear and they ended up doing just that. the story tore 2016. the pats drove 80 yards right away. tom brady wasting little time getting to the end zone. 47 yards to rob gronkowski. hope you got why your seat on time or you missed the gronk pike. patriots up 7 patriots up 7-0. another touchdown before the start of the half. back in the line-up and end zone. steven gotkowski opinion and a pair of touchdown passes to tom brady and julian edelman.
the patriots improve to 30-0. 36-7 was the final. bryan salmo n d was with the players after this one. >>reporter: yes, >>reporter: yes. rob gronkowski had over00 yards and a touchdown and julienne edelman had two scores, but really all about the patriots defense versus the miami dolphins team that cored 4 points in the first half last week and also two turnovers. it was a complete domination. >> a job of grinding this one out. trying to get ahead of miami as we closed out the jets week knowing how on top of it. >> did you know how open you were on that touchdown. >> i made a great route. [laughter] n ah, just a little play action. we were running the ball great. that helps the passing game out. >> just going out there and hammering the nail away. all the way in.
that is what coach always says. you know, just hammer away. if you don't, you are going to be stubbing your toe on the floor with the nail coming out. so we are just going to try to hammer our way. >> a team that plays two games in five in five day, the patriots have ten days before they get on the fields to play the washington redskins. brian salmond, station sports. >> the defense. well deserved rest and will return to foxborough early next week and as bryan mentioned the game against washington at gillette on fox25. they make it look easy even if they don't play their best early on after the first touchdown. they figure it out. >> you mentioned this off the top and not to get too far ahead of our is he was. looking at the remaining schedule. anybody that can give them a game let alone beat them >> the denver game. they play the giants and bills. but this sunday after
broncos on the road. game. who knows how long the bronco also be good at that point. back with you later. >>reporter: okay. a violent crash backed up traffic going to gillette. two vehicles collided in the northbound lanes in wrentham. one car was forced into the southbound lines where it was hit by a tractor-trailer. one person was rushed to the hospital by a hello. a heartbreaking head-on collision that claimed the life of a mother and baby. prompting changes on a local road known as dead man's curb. new safety measures in place witness days. catherine parrotta is live along route 20 with those changes. good morning, catherine. >> good morning, sara. the second time this week they are out here along route 20. and earlier this week telling but some of our observations of this road how it is narrow.
around here as you can hear them behind me. the scene where this deadly crash occurred earlier this week killing a 31-year-old mother and her 9-year-old -- 9 mother and her 9-year-old -- 9-month-old son. they were holding a meeting to discuss the changes to route 20 discuss the changes to route 20. now we know more of what some of those changes could be. officials met for two hours yesterday afternoon behind closed doors.the state department of transportation. according to the worcester telegram and gazette. members of the massachusetts house and immediate adding delynn raters on the line, installing warning signals. and enhancing existing rumble strip. the changes come in the wake of monday's accident involving a car, a cement truck and a suv. christina rusin of sturbridge was killed in the crash with her 9-month-old son. a 2-year-olds is vis veerly injured.
two others suffered injuries. we pointed out this roadside crop and a woman who lost her husband 18 years ago. the crash left her son in a wheelchair. her ex-husband told me she has been working for years to get cement barriers on the road. and the del gram and gazette reported that woman lisa broder was outside that meeting that took place yesterday and she said that the changes are a start and that much more needs to be done. as we were just sitting here this morning a local resident actually stopped by and he and i were talking a little bit about these changes and he gave me his thoughts on those. soil tell you more about what he told me coming up next hour. for now live in osprey, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. a graduate of a prestigious thachl prep school will spend with unyear in jail for assaulting a classmate.
he is accused of misdemeanor charge and luring his victim by computer. she gave a powerful victim statement. >> what he did to me made me feel like i didn't belong on the planet and that i would be better off dead. >>sara: labrie will have to pay restitution to the victim's family and he is already registered as a sex offender. he will apply to remove his name from the list in 16 years. new this morning the state's transportation chief wants to step up security across the mbta after a recent stabbing at an orange line t stop. stephanie pollack tells the boston herald pushing transit cops to be more visible on trains and platforms. last wear 17-year-old nathan raymond was stabbed to death at a fight of jackson square station. police were spread apart and
chainsed in 20 years. a woman turns the tables on a man recording her on newbury street. >> you don't like being filmed without your permission. >> the confrontation she posted to her facebook page that is going viral this morning. first passengers look out the window and find smoke. frightening pictures from an airport oneway. what that reporter reported. a 12-minute commute on the pike eastbound from the weston tolls into boston. >>shiri: the weather for the morning commute will be pretty cooperative. clear conditions. a little cool. 46 now.
by 8:00 watermelon 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. if he saw something in the budget that he thought violated his conservative principles, you could guarantee it was gonna get whacked. he vetoed a bunch of my stuff
this morning the search for kentucky fugitive on the run for days after shooting a police officer in the chest is over. officers killed him during a shootout late last night. kentucky state police and u.s. marshals spotted 62-year-old floyd ray cook last night. a gunfight erupted and police later found him dead. cook is a convicted rapist. officers said he shot and wounded a tennessee cop on sunday and open fired on a cop in kentucky hours later. this morning we are getting a dramatic first look at what happened during a blood bath at a texas bar. this was the scene in may when rival biker gangs got into
shootout. surveillance video show one gang already in the bar when a rival group is caught on police dash cam riding up. moments later the car's camera show chaos erupting. people running for cover and nabbing their guns. no bikers kill and hundreds others are arrested. they are use they are using this video and thousands of pages of document to determine what the biker will be charged with. one man is recovering in the hospital after a dramatic airways plane. it was leaking fuel from the airport aircraft before it caught fire. everybody had to evacuate on emergency slides as fire crews worked to knock down the plane. one person trip and fell on the tarmac and suffered a serious head injury. 101 people were on board including the crew. the mill will be back in pennsylvania gathering up a crashed military blimp that floated away from a base in maryland. pennsylvania state police used shotguns to deflate the blimp
so it didn't blow around. the military is expected to gather the rest of the balloon today and no word what caused it to flow away. local company raytheon built the blimp that cost $182 million. once dayheight breaks in british columbia, clues will be working to raise the whale working to raise the whale-watching boat that capsized over the would weekend capsized over the would weekend. a task that could take days or even weeks. 27 people were on board when a wave toppled this tourist boat. five people died and another person is still missing. new this hour a former massachusetts house speaker who had his pension revoked will once again receive state-payer money. it will resume monthly pension payments to tom finneran. earlier this month they said it was wrong to strip. i er ran's pension. he pled guilty to federal obstruction of justice charges. retirement good retirement board is appealing the court ruling saying they
will not issue back payments worth $240,000 to finneran until that atale is heard. 6:17 on this friday. good morning, everyone. take a look at the busiest take a look at the busiest spot which is the expressway right around morrissey boulevard. north of town things starting to slow down as you work your way through the cloverleaf. slowing as well in the medford area. live look at the zakim bridge where that volume has doubled. your live drive times. 11 minutes on the strike speen street in natick to washington street. 23 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 23 minutes on settle south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. i know you just made changes to the weekend forecast. look forward to seeing what that holds shiri shiri basically taking out the risk of rain on sunday. 99% dry. the risk is low. in the meantime, usual
wake-up lows in the 40s. afternoon highs in the upper 50s. that's where we are today. current conditions in boston at 51 degrees. and we are still lose and we are still losing a little bit of heat so 7 a.m. clear keys, 10-mile-per-hour winds. we will get gusts a little stronger than that up around 25 miles per hour this afternoon. sticking with the sunshine this morning were 50 degrees at 8 a.m. 52 at 10:00. by noontime a couple of scatter by noontime a couple of scattered clouds passing through at 63 degrees. much cooler in worcester at 44 degrees. same cool skies. not cold but cool this morning. lose another degree by 8:00. 43 by 10 a.m. 47 by noontime, 54 and hang out in the lower 60s in spots like worse and orange and keene, new hampshire. in beverly, boston, 56 degrees. hot spots end up being norwood and plymouth at 68.
5 in lawrence and in portsmouth 5 in lawrence and in portsmouth, new hampshire. and a weak little cold front coming through that brings us a couple of scattered clouds but does pull in the cooler air for the day tomorrow. again i don't see a lot of wet weather over the weekend. tomorrow will be my pick despite the fact that we wake up to near freezing temperatures tomorrow temperatures temperatures. it ends up being the brighter day. highs that will make it into the lower 50s here at 2 p.m. on saturday. yes, some clouds are passing through. they will initially be high and thin. not any kind of rainmaker here for saturday evening. but the clouds will continue to move into place here as we hit sunday morning. sunday morning we have the best chance for an isolated shower. very far north and west of boston. we will have to look out toward western mass or perhaps southwestern southwestern new hampshire. that slight can of a shower will end up being dry with many clouds around. clouds that will break up on sunday afternoon. highs today for the cape and islands lower 50s.
falmouth at 60 degrees. 59 in dennis. 59 in chat lam and clouds that you were mentioning. the best chance for showers out across the lakes region. look how much cooler. 60s on sunday. low and mid. 60s for sunday. depending. 68 degrees for the day today for tomorrow. 54 degrees at 32 when you wake up. at least we get into the 50s. 60s here on sunday with more clouds. monday, 66 degrees. and i am going to keep it dry and fairly mild tuesday, wednesday and thursday. check it out. middle-60s continue. back to you guys. 6:20 this morning. trick or treaters will notice a surprise in the sky. a large asteroid will pass by the perth. nasa says the space rocket is between 3 and 6 football fields wide and traveling 7 wide and traveling 700 miles per hour. it poses no threat to earth but
duct taped and robbed of her birthday money. a local teenager attacked in her own home during the summer. the police have made an arrest. the evidence left at the scene that helped track the suspect down. people out there anymore. >> disappointment on the south shore where an annual veterans day parade has been called off. the reason for the cancellatio i thought southern new hampshire university was only online. but then i visited and saw that there was this
amazing campus, with a great campus culture. the community was just amazing, i really feel like this is my family. i've made so many friends here, friends that i know i'll have for life. i have everything i need to succeed right here. there's always something happening here. this is such a fun place to be. everybody really loves what they're doing here.
just after 3:00 this morning, the senate approved a two-year budget deal. the deal raises the debt ceiling until march of 2017 allowing the government to continue to borrow money to pay its bills. the deal also lifts budget caps on spending for military and domestic programs by a total of $80 billion over two years. now on its way to the president's desk and he is expected to sign it. an annual tradition wiped from the calendar in marshfield from the calendar in marshfield. organizers have cancelled the town's annual veterans day parade which normally attracts hundreds. parade organizers say fewer and fewer people attend and added problems including a loss of funding and a complaint that the parade tied up traffic for too long. one said it is a loss for everyone because it takes away an opportunity to appreciate
the sass refies that he will have rans had mate opinion. >> free doom i get it. you want to know how you get it. buy a cemetery and look at those flags. >> marsh feel veterans can acontinued a gathering in the park. few changes for the planned everett casino. this morning the company has scraped plans for a night club opting instead for an upscale lounge. the change came as the resort updated the massachusetts gaming commission on the cleanup effort of the everett site. the city of somerfield filed another lawsuit asking a judge to pull the environmental approval granted by the state. change could be coming to the booming industry of fantasy sports. the massachusetts gaming commission tackled the issue of daily fantasy sports during a public meeting on thursday. the commission came out in favor of regulating the industry. the commission change the laws and raised several concerns including integrity of the
running them. >> the trigger point was trigger by nfl football this advertising cam page and games that got unfunded. >> steven crosby is talking about a boston-based employee of draft kings that won $350,000 on rival site fan dual. a hockey a hockey man funding for the worst person in america. the coach tried to toss over a puck to little boy. a man jumped in and intercepted the toss. people booed but he kept the puck anyway. they gave the little boy another puck and jersey from sidney crosby. >>gene: that guy a jerk. who does that. >>sara: agree. it is not over for the user of the web site ashley madison. the threats those people are
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back to class this morning for hundreds of lowell middle school students evacuated for a mystery illness. crews spent the night scrubbing and cleaning but the symptoms are trouble are troubling. a live report from the school in just a couple of minutes. >> good friday morning, everybody. it is october 30. just one day before halloween. thank you so much for waking up with us. i am sara underwood. >> and i am gene lavanchy. julie grauert watching the road julie grauert watching the roadway for us. no more 70s today. cooler weekend ahead. fox25 stormtracker meteorologist shiri spear is watching that for us. coats over the costumes? >>shiri: yeah, i think so. start talking temperatures in the 40s. chances are you will want that for trick or treating. high 58 degrees. yes temperatures right out in morning boston you are my exception at 49 degrees. watertown, 41. ipswich, 49. framingham, 48. worcester waking up to 44. maynard, 47. and hillsboro, new hampshire at
45 in marshfield and plymouth down to sandwich. 50 degrees. like that. 52 in f ark lmouth and nantucket. your day planner for this friday. we will stay dry. we have clear skies now a couple of passing clouds partly to mostly sunny. and winds will gust up to 25 miles per hour. not as windy as yesterday but a noticeable breeze. typical highs in the upper 50s at 3 p.m. you know coldest halloween we have seen 27 degrees. it is not going to be that cold will break down your trick or treat cool temperatures in a minute. julie over to you with a check of the roads. >> we are appreciate >> we are appreciating those dry roads because on the map not a lot of red out there yet. this time yesterday jammed everywhere. the slow spot is the expressway. from furnacebrook parkway. average speeds 14 miles per hour and you head up to columbia road. slowing up a little bit on 93 south. not too bad yet as you make
your way through the cloverleaf and through medford. live look at zakim live look at live look zakim bridge. 21 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128. 30 minutes from 495 south to the leverett connector. 26 minutes on expressway from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. gene and sara, back to you. mystery this morning at a local middle school. dozens of kids got stick at lunch and they had to go to the hospital. >> they started complaining of head aches and nausea. catherine parrotta cat -- jessica reyes live at the middle school where the kids will be back to school in an hour. jess. >>reporter: school opens at 7:30 this morning. crews scrubbed the school down for hours yesterday, but this morning officials are still not positive what what i had these kids so sick here yesterday. it all started around lunchtime at the sal van school. they were complaining of flu home run like symptoms.
a toe toll of 60 kids were found be ill. the school was evacuated and students spent to nearby riley elementary to be dismissed from there and at first authorities suspected a carbon monoxide leak but now they believe it may have been some sort of virus. >> nothing in the medical treatment at the hospital that causes any alarm or make us think it is a carbon monoxide situation. it does seem to be more of a viral type syndrome. >> not only was this school struck down for hours but the riley elementary school was as well well into the night. that is the school that kids were dismissed from yesterday afternoon. coming up in the next half hour, we are hearing from some of these students who weren't feeling well yesterday and their parent as well. for now we are live in lowell, jessica reyes, station news. in lexington this morning. it is back to normal at esther it is back to normal at estherbrook elementary school. students there were evacuated after they felt a loud boom and vibration yesterday morning. everyone was bused over to the high school.
fire officials say they have ruled out faulty electrical equipment, gas and a small earthquake as the reason for that big boom. happening today a former part-time millis police officer is expected back in court. ryan johnson is scheduled to appear in court for a probable cause hearing. last month the 24-year-old was fired for allegedly making up a story that he was shot while on patrol. his report sparked a manhunt and a closure of schools in millirk s. prosecutors say the story was all a lie and johnson shot his patrol car himself. the bullet set a fuel line in the vehicle and sparked a fire. a preliminary procedure that will determine if the case has enough evidence to proceed to a grand jury. andover police have made an arrest in a july home break-in. peter barsik is accused of tape peter barsik is accused of taping a teenage girl to a chair before making off with
they traced him down on nda fingerprints he is it that day. the victim 'father tells fox25 the family is relieved that the or deal has finally come to an end especially after learning about his history. >> i believe there was >> i believe there was something in 1980 -- a ramos charge or conviction or something. -- a rape charge or conviction or something. knowing what i know now i am thankful that my wife and son got home when they did he is facing kidnapping, home invasion and other charges. he is set to be arraigned at a investigate investigating a violent mugging. a traffic enforcement officer his home. it happened wednesday night near the tufts university campus. fox25 spoke with a viewer who took pictures as soccer was load into the ambulance. he said that he saw the officer peering into cars. >> he a hood on and he looked
suspicious. we asked him if we can help you. and he identified himself. >> no indication if the man was started because of his job. they are looking for a pair of men in their 20s connected to the attack. a social worker who evaluated the mother of a toddler found dead on deer island is the focus of a state investigation. the globe reports dcf is reviewing the work of the employee in the case of bella bond. the social worker copy the social worker copied old information about the toddler's mother and pasted it into a new report. rachelle bond had been in prison 12 times with a drug addict and lost custody of two other children but dcf closed the file on bella bond because of the social worker's action. that was two years before bond was killed. her mother and mother's boyfriend now face charges in connection with her death. a plymouth man is accused of use of using an old work uniform to gain access to a cohasset elementary school. we brought this to you new at
police say anthony d irk msfield pretended to work for huntington control services and hvac system to gain access to several empty classrooms at the school. binsfield used to work for the the uniform. no children were harmed but a teacher who kept teacher who kept purse in one of the classrooms was missing cash. 40-year-old john balkis is burglary burglaries one on holly lane and jw little road. investigators believe there are more victims out there. >> anything that sometimes people think they miss maced om sigh terms. in this case they may have been stolen. maybe they know the suspect and he has been in their home in the past and will give another clue to look for those items. >> he faces charges including breaking and entering, trespassing, larceny and drug possession. new this morning a local woman is getting national
attention for a viral video she posted to her facebook page. videotape videotaping women with his camera so she confronted him on the street. fox 25's michael henrich is live on newbury street where this happened. even cosmopolitan magazine has picked up her post, michael. >>reporter: that's right. it is certainly going viral. this video and her comments about it. and overnight she posted again on facebook voicing support -- gratitude for those who voiced support in the wake what happened to her yesterday. in that latest post she say -- this is a woman from boston -- she says that this age, this digital age, it is a battle digital age, it is a battleground for harassment. and that's why she said she needed to turn the table and fight back. a cloud of controversy covers a sunny day in the heart of boston. >> i am sorry, am i making you uncomfortable. you don't like being film amid without your permission. >>reporter: jace dillon an
video and it has taken off downpour dillon claims she recorded the man recording her private parts and eight other women some of which she says were minors along newbury street. >> you don't like being filmed without permission because that's what you have been doing that's what you have been doing. you have footage of me on that camera. >>reporter: the video dillon posts does no the show the man taking video of anyone. this morning fox25 is blurring his face. >> until police confirm whether he is a suspect in a crime. dillon said she did report the allegation. still her unedited video is quickly going viral with more than 250,000 views leading to an interview with a national women's magazine bringing the topic of sexual harassment to the forefront. >>reporter: in this video the man says he doesn't know what she is talking about when she repets her allegation.
need permission in the first place if he had been recording anybody. all this said dillon will sit down with a one on one in-depth interview at 5 and 6 later on today. michael henrich, fox25 morning news. new england patriots keep making wins against rivls easy. tom brady to rob gronkowski 27 tom brady to rob gronkowski 27-yard td and yes you will see the patented gronk spike after the touchdown. just before the half, pats score again. lewis mothers into the en zone. roll over 36-7 the final. patriots 7-0 an off this sun and next sunday will face the redskins next sunday on fox25. a suspect slips out of hand a suspect slips out of handcuffs and walks away from a police cruiser. coming up how the suspect's profession led to that easy is
scape and where he was found. a providence couple beaten with a bat a block from their home. what they forget to do during a quick a robbed that made them targets before the attack. your drive time on the expressway 307 minutes florida the brain cancer to columbia road. shiri. >>shiri: your saturday evening trick or treating foebing.
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pack at 6:44. a bruteth attack in providence. an elderly couple ran out of gas a block from their home when they were beaten by a stranger. daniel miller is now with details on the man who is in custody. >> gene, good morning, providence police charged a 25-year-old man with a brutal attack. the man attacked the married couple on lynwood avenue in providence. a 72-year-old man ran out of gas about a block from his home
he was hit in the head with a metal object. now minutes later his 70-year-old wife was attacked when she showed up with the gas when police fountain them, the man had facial injuries and both his eyes were stolen shut. his wife was lying on the ground unconscious. >> these two people were hit with a -- a -- possibly a medal object. an we were they were struck above the body in the face and head. >>daniel: the elderly woman told police she tried to throw the gas can at the man after 'attacked her husband and he turned around and hit her in the leg with the bat and knocked her out after she fell to the ground. an eyewitness was walking nearby and told police the suspect ran off after the attack. police were able to find him. police were able to find him. he will be arraigned later this afternoon. daniel miller, fox25 station. a cat shot and killed in merrimack, new hampshire. and they are calling it an
unspeakability act of cruelty 37 it happened on waterville drive. max's owner tells fox25 that he knew something was wong right away. >> when he first came home he was holding his leg out, and if you touched it he hollered. an x-ray with it shattered and something smaller like a .22 or a pellet. i presumed it was a pellet. >> max died from his injuries days later. police and animal control are investigating. anyone with information should give them a call. happening today boston mayor marty walsh holding a street arcade for a citywide app. park boston with a mobile payment app has now expanded all boston parking meters. today's celebration today's celebrations to hide new ways to celebrate their quarters. the mayor teaming up with former bostonleton. recent calls obeying the state
recent calls obeying the state's new move over law. all that left of a cruiser after it was hit by a trailer in a construction grown earlier this month. then just last week, a similar incident. in both cases the drivers were cited. fox25 went for a ride along with one state trooper hit twice while sitting in his cruiser on the side of the road road. >> i often have to remind myself when i am on the highway system, i am simply standing on a white line, not a white wall >> the crashes were not unusual >> the crashes were not last year police officers around the state rote 3,000 tickets for people not obeying the law. we are told there are special units on the road looking to put a stop to this problem. it is now 6:47. good friday morning, everyone. take a look at route 3. you are moving along fine from 228 through rockland through weymouth into braintree. new accidents on route 24 near 139 in stoughton that will increase the drive time on 123
you can see the number of head lights and tail lights are increasing. of course live drive times. 10 minutes on route 3 from the split. and 15 minutes on 95 as you approach 128 approach 128. but shiri, we can see a huge difference in these drive times when the roads are dry compared to yesterday when it was a soak soaker. >>shiri: yesterday completely different forecast from what we have today. yesterday was really warm. we got into the 70s. really wet in the morning. now we are dry. not as mild though, and temperatures starting to cool down. we have the breeze. not as many as yesterday. the breeze will be up around 25 miles per hour for gusts. you will notice that if you are spending any kind of significant died. cooler weather by saturday and by the hours temperatures back in the 40s for trick or treaters. boston right now 51 degrees. 10-mile-per-hour winds. winds tend to strengthen once again the sun rises. 7:15.
by 8 a.m., 50 degrees in boston. 52, kind of slow warm-up at 10 a.m. with a couple of scattered clouds around the middle of the day. 56 by noontime and hang out the upper 50s in boston. a cool front that will come through. not much consequence other than the few clouds and will pool that cool irair in. futurecast today pretty quiet yet. the clouds from 10:00 this morning stretching from the mass new hampshire border back into western massachusetts and leafing into boston. not going to slow doubt the season and don't expect us to be krill tall clear awe all day long. things are looking great. things are looking seasonable. i have got highs that end up making it into the 50s here which is right on track with where we should be. 56 in boston. 57 in watertown. my hot spot is southeastern massachusetts with a couple of 60-degree read information bridgewater, carver and taunton bridgewater, carver and taunton. plymouth heads into the upper
55, lawrence. 57 in framingham. 574 in manchester, new hampshire. over the weekend middle 60s tomorrow followed by near 60 degrees on sunday. you can see sunday is going to bring in a lot more cloud cover. your cool, sunny start with future cast tomorrow morning. don't worry about the clouds guys. high thin clouds that move in by saturday evening and they don't really thicken up approximately you wake out approximately you wake up on sunday morning. slight shower into boston. and after that the clouds start to break up as we head into sunday afternoon. your seven-day forecast with that weekend falls view. up to 60 on sunday. the slight risk of a shower and on monday, a few clouds still around at 66 degrees. middle 60s will be your forecast tuesday, wednesday and thursday along with mostly sunny skies. gene and sara, back to you guy gene and sara, back to you guys. >>gene: shiri, stay right there for a second. show the fun that you and julie came up with for halloween.
a little reenacting. danny devito and arnold for "twins." twin. >>sara: you two are the cutest things ever. where did you get this idea. >> we have to thank the viewers >>shiri: >>julie: julie it was their idea. i don't have my heels on. >>shiri: we do have a pretty dramatic height difference. so we were just looking for facebook. facebook gave us the idea. >>gene: how about anna and elsa from frozen let it go let it go . >>julie: people have been asking on facebecome. where a olaf. can i be olaf. don't worry, he is right here. >>gene: julie, i need to borrow that hat later. >>sara: i will hire you for my daughter's birthday party in a few weeks. >>julie: freak them out. candy is not the only thing you can get this weekend. stores are encouraging holiday shopping. big deals for christmas that
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a new york judge is cite a new york judge is citing with a model who says she was humiliated after her picture was use in a hiv ad. she didn't know the modeling picture would ultimately end up being used in state agency hiv awareness ad. she sued for defamation and a judge agreed. in april the judge will decide her. millions of married americans who signed up for a cheating web site are now face cheating web site are now facing a new scandal. the new york post says online blackmailers are sending threatening e-mailers threatening e-mail to ashley madison customers. they demand hundreds of dollars to keep from expose to keep from exposing person as the client of the web site. the blackmailers say they can access the facebook account and message all of their friends. earlier this year, hackers published a list of ashley madison's 30 million users. after you trick or treat.
holiday shopping. wal-mart will unveil their holiday materials. hundreds of items will be discounted including an ipad mini 2. and a smart tv for $299. target haven't announced their deals yet. both companies are also focusing on enhancing the holiday shopping experience. wal-mart is adding a feature to its mobile app to allow customers to check in from the app when they enter their local store. so the pickup counter staff will know they have arrived and target will offer curbside pick target will offer curbside pickup. an upton man won $1 million with an ewe make any retirement plan. raymond hazel won $1 million jackpot and chose the cash option where he got $650,000. not bad. hazel found out he won on monday but didn't tell his wife until the next day because he wanted to surprise her with roses and champagne. he plans to use the money to pay off a mortgage and do home renovations. >> good for him.
that's right. >>sara: what a change of life. >>gene: 6:56. still one of the top videos on myfoxboston.com. the new information on that controversial tow that came with a $48,000 price tag. and i have got 58 degrees for your high temperatures this afternoon. mostly sunny today. the clouds arrive the clouds aright late on eat. very hate to. a late day forecast up next. state troopers storm a tarmac and pull a local man off the flight at logan airport. the mis selling 18 homes? easy. building them all in four and a half months? now that was a leap. i was calling in every favor i could, to track down enough lumber to get the job done.