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>> sara: now at 7:dozens of students come down with a mystery illness at school. >> gene: it is dead man's curve and it was a scene of a deadly crash three days ago. >> i'm sorry, do i make you uncomfortable, you don't like being filmed without your permission. >> sara: and woman on the streets and stepping in and saying something. complete news coverage, this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, 7:00 on october 30th, friday morning, hope your day is off to a day start, i'm gene lavanchy.
>> sara: i'm sara underwood. you better throw on extra coat or two and cooler weather begins this morning. >> shiri: temperatures not in the 60s like yesterday morning, 50 in boston, 48 in lawrence, 45 in norwood, 43 in worcester, 47 in nashua, 41 in plymouth. let's see where the temperatures are going though in the next two hours because the warm-up is going to be pretty slow at first, 9:00 a.m. you can see we have the lower 50s popping, also got clouds moving in from southwest -- from the northwest to the southeast which means boston turns partly cloudy here at noon time with middle 50s and then during the afternoon what you will find is we brighten up beautifully, end up with high temperatures all the way up to 54 to 50 and light and dry and couple minutes and julie grauert with live drive
drive times look, julie? >> julie: accident 128 sheryl bautch before main street and as you can see it is not slowing things down and heading in that direction and look at the map where slow spot on 93 is in medford, shifting southbound still waiting to be cleared in stoughton near 139. over to those live drive times, up to 22 minutes on the pike from speen street in natick to washington street and 32 minutes from the braintree to the pike and 29 minutes route 1 peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: 30 minutes the doors of the sullivan middle school in lowell will reopen after dozens of students became sudden bely sick and cause of the il business still a mystery this morning. >> sara: jessica reyes outside the school where crews have been cleaning all night.
sara, that's right, crews were here for several hours and they didn't decide to hold school today until they were done cleaning and this is the school we are talking about, kids will start showing up in the next 30 minutes or so and official aren't positive what caused all of this and they are confident they have ruled one thing. students at sullivan middle school in lowell, one day after 60 of them suddenly got sick. >> i had a really bad headache, head hot and stomach hurt really bad. >> jessica: some students smelled something strange at the start of the day. >> as soon as i got in the school i smelled funny rotten egg smell, trying to get back to my close closing my nose. >> jessica: students were evacuated to reilly elementary school and dismess missed from there. >> jessica: five kids sent to lowell general hospital and
authorities aren't positive what caused this, they are sure it is not carbon monoxide poisoning, both schools scrubbed down and open this morning. >> nothing now in the medical treatment of the hospital to cause any alarm or what might be ape carbon monoxide situation and seemed to be more of a viral type syndrome. >> jessica: and officials here say while they are not 100% sure it was, in fact, a virus, they are confident it won't happen again and nothing like this has ever happened here before. now obviously pretty scary day for opportunities and parents and we are hearing from more of them coming up in the next hour. live here in lowell, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: locality stretch of the road known for dangerous and deadly crashes is finally getting some attention when it comes to safety. news comes after deadly crash just days ago. fox25 catherine parrotta live in oxford to change -- describe the changes drivers will see next
week. catherine? >> catherine: good morning. route invent, we were out here earlier this week and observations about the road the moving so fast as they go in the stretch in oxford and how narrow the lane is on either side and just a little ways where we were standing where the horrific crash happened killing ation-year-old mother and nine-month-old son. at that time i confirmed for you officials were planning to meet to go over changes for the road may look like. official met for two hours yesterday behind closed doors with the department of transportation. members of the massachusetts and senate said some changes will be made immediately to route 20, including adding delineating on double yellow line, installing traffic warning lights that will also flash the speed limb and it approaching vehicle intoed and enhancing the existing rumble strips. changes come in the wake of monday's accident involving a
car, cement truck and suv. 31-year-old christina russen of sturbridge was killed in the crash with her nine-year-old son her two-year-old son was severely injured. three from the other vehicle suffered severe nonlife-threatening injury. while sitting here along route invent a local resident wanted to know what the changes might be and i asked his opinion did he think it would help? he said he didn't think it would something might be more important is speed enforcement by police. that's something that happened a number of years ago and he and number of resident moved when the change happened. the white cross over my shoulder, we did have some information about the woman connected with that cross and some of the efforts she made to have changes put into place along route 20 and hear about that coming up next hour,
>> gene: former part-time millis police officer expected in court. brian johnson is scheduled to appear in court for probable cause hearing. last month 24-year-old month was fired for allegedly making up a story that was shot while on patrol. his report sparked a manhunt and report of schools in millis and prosecutors say it was all a lie and johnson charged himself. it is a preliminary procedure determined if the case has enough evidence to proceed to a grand jury. >> sara: graduate of prestigious prep school will spend one year in jail. owen labrie was sentenced yesterday in august. he was found guilty to lure victims. she was a freshman classmate at st. paul prep. sara: uxbridge man dennis
campbell pled not guilty in court. he was arrested wednesday night on board a united airlines flight when flight attendant claimed she heard him say there was a bomb in his lug angle and campbell's attorney says his client used a poor choice of words when struggling to get the bag into the overhead bin. campbell allegedly said, quote, it could come out like a bomb and hit somebody on the head. >> gene: another week for the patriots and made this one look easy. they mannedled the dolphins on both sides of the ball. tom leiden is here to break down the game. >> anchor: another patriots win and done with relative ease last night, dolphins riding high two games in a row and we will talk about this on facebook right after the report. let's show what you happened last night, opening drive 80 yards tapped off with 47 touchdown pass with tom brady to rob gronkowski. get in seats early. otherwise you might miss gronk
like this when patriots up 7-0 and 12-0 in 2nd quarter and touchdown before the end of the half, deon lewis picked up right where he left off and 19-0 patriots at half time and steven coscoysky 22-7 in the third and touchdown passes tom brady to julien edan and 36-7 final. patriots score 36 points it was all about the defense as crew held team that scored 41 points in the first half last week to just 76 total yards this week and all smiles after the game. >> group dialed in right now for the game plan and we came in leave sunday's game and talked about third down and if we could get off the field and back on the field and let offense do the work we would be good and i thought we started off, i think we gave up a first down and then
kept getting off the field on third down and that's huge. >> every time we punted them the ball defense held and got the ball back and got the turnover which is big and scored before half was huge, came in feeling pretty good at half time and did the same thing third quarter, played really well and it was just -- they played great football. >> line backers after, secondary active but tackled well and for the most part that was really important part of the game. guys make a lot of yards. >> anchor: they have a week and a half to prepare for washington who will be right here in foxborough next sunday. in gillette stadium, brian fall mon, fox25 sports. >> anchor: i will run over to my computer. let's do q&a on facebook page right now. anything on your mind, go to my
>> gene: it was a very easy practice week, bill belichick talked about this. do you think there's chance he will continue the practice routine? >> anchor: no. going to the give you weekend off. >> didn't he say his mom could have made it through practice? >> anchor: definitely quote of the week. >> gene: appreciate you getting up with us this morning. >> anchor: it was fun. >> gene: we will check later. >> sara: local man gets $48,000 bill for a tow truck and straight ahead new details this morning that we have uncovered about where the investigation goes next. >> bikers crawling on hands and knees and bullets ripped through crowded restaurant. new video this morning why police needed more than regular evidence bags at this very
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kentucky state police and u.s. marshal spotted 62-year-old floyd ray cook last night. a gun fight erupted and police later found him dead. cook is convicted rapist and officers say he shot and wound understand tennessee cop sunday and opened fire with a cop in kentucky hours later. sara: this was the scene in may when rival biker gangs got into a shootout and surveillance video shows one gang already in the bar when rival group drove up and moments later they show chaos erupting and people running for cover and grabbing their guns and nine bikers were killed, northan 100 arrested and police say there were so many guns involved officers were tripping over them and hauled away in a pickup truck and grand jury is using the video and thousands of pages
of documents. >> gene: springfield says there were a bag of human bones while digging fresh plot. bag buried 3 feet underground and size of small child and bones were wrapped in heavy plastic and appear to be about 30 to 40 years old. >> sara: nantucket police made an arrest of crime that happened in july. jorge adams garcia is accused of raping a woman and there's dna linking adams garcia to the crime and charged with kidnapping, rape and attempted murder. sara: david matterson was arrested last week for a pair of sexual assaulted that happened in 2008 and 2014. now we are learning he may be linked to more attacks. the globe reports police are testing matterson's dna against other rapes there.
continues. >> gene: wynn casinos are mixing things up. company scrapped plans for nightclub for upscale lounge. change came as resort updated the massachusetts gaming commission on the clean-up of the everett site and meanwhile globe reporting city of somerville has filed another lawsuit asking a judge to pull the casinos environmental approval that was granted by the state. >> sara: change could be coming to the booming industry of fantasy sports. massachusetts gaming commission tackled issue of daily fantasy sports during a commission meeting thursday and came out in favor of regulation industry and commission can't change the laws but raised several concerns including integrity of the games and transyour honor pay of those running -- transparency of those running them. >> gene: coach tried to throw puck over the glass to young boy
but the man there intercepted the puck. other fans booed but man kept the puck anyway and then the boy was given a puck and jersey. nice job but the other guy come on. >> julie: right here right now starting furnace brook parkway and columbia road and pike okay through framingham and sluggish through the weston tolls and other than what we saw but notad because as within in the next to the ted williams tunnel and 16 minutes route 9495 to speen street and 17 minutes on 128, northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston
tolls. fox25 storm tracker shiri spear joining us now with the look at today's forecast and a lot of people wondering about the weekend for trick-or-treating. >> shiri: weekend forecast going to be magnificent and normal lows in the 40s, normal highs in the 50s and nice and bright and plenty of sunshine as it does 50 currently in boston and 10 miles per hour winds and gust higher once we make way into the middle of the day and couple passing clouds, no rain makers and 54 by 11:00 a.m. and , check out worcester's forecast now at 43 seeing the same , so slower warm-up here at 11:00 a.m. we do have some clouds that will pass on through at 49 and cloud and he sun and scattered clouds 1:00 this afternoon with temps in the lower 50s and high
temperatures today get into the middle 50s and most spots southeastern massachusetts and plymouth new bedford and 56 in boston, 55 in lawrence, 56 in nashua, new hampshire and future cast will show pleasant weather today, this cold front comes through stirring up the few clouds but really the bigger thing it will do is pull in the cooler air for tomorrow morning and start out cold and sunny here on saturday morning, temps will be close to freezing saturday afternoon and still got sunshine ruling the forecast during the evening, clouds begin to creep in but these aren't going to be all that thick for halloween, saturday evening plans. they be much third quarter as you wake up on sunday morning, warmer conditions but at least the clouds will start to break apart. if you have any travel plans to the cape and islands, it is lower 50s tomorrow, lower 60s on sunday with the clouds and going to end up being much cooler out across lakes region in new hampshire where i got lower 50s both days and i got the slightly better chance at
sunday. 7-day forecast through the weekend always in view, 58 today, mostly sunny, halloween tomorrow wake up to 32, get high 56 and 60 here on sunday, possibly the best part of the weekend though the fact that we get an extra hour sleep and september the clock back an hour early sunday morning but that does mean the sun comes up on sunday morning 6:17, sun goes down at 4:38, always throws mow off when it goes down that early but highs in 60s with mix of sun and clouds and stays dry. back to you guys. >> gene: he walked away from police custody and why this man
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suffered on the tarmac and suffered a serious head injury. 101 people on board including the crew. >> gene: more information on story we broke this week and state agency scheduled a hearing with toe company which issued $48,000 bill after towing jeep out of the mud and introduced you to joel ramer who says he was off roading in his jeep and walpole and collision billed insurance company more than $48,000. when fox25 reached out to assured collision owner says it was a dangerous scene due to proximity to power line and took seven man crew 12 hours to get the deep out and investigating toe bill and sent assured collision a hearing notice and we will continue to follow up the story and see the original story go to myfoxboston.com. >> sara: sheriff's deputy is waking up behind bars this morning following a bold escape.
surveillance video shows edward tucker walking away from cruiser packed underneath a bakersfield california police station on tuesday. he had just been arrested on drug and weapons charges. the arresting officer had rolled down a window because tucker said he was hot. then as officers typed a report in their computer tucker used a handcuffed key that he honed to free himself. >> not uncommon to double handcuff and roll window out so a suspect can get air but not uncommon to not pay attention to the suspect. >> sara: tucker arrested on saturday. >> gene: robert kraft comment at hall of fame ceremony that's blowing up on the internet this morning.
to go up again and hour-by-hour report. >> sara: confrontation andrew: the one thing about soccer that i like the most is when i put my uniform on, the age just leaves me. the ages leave all of us. we simply become kids again. i think all of us play for that very reason. it makes us the child we once were. the years just glide away,
crews home sick. crews have been cleaning the place all night to hopefully repeat scenario and coming up in minutes we will go live to the school where it is still unclear what exactly caused this sickness. it is friday, october 30th, thank you for joining us. >> gene: julie checking weather and a lot better today than yesterday and shiri checking halloween forecast too. you will need the jacket. jacket under my costume. >> shiri: things will cool down saturday evening and showing you high of lower 50s several and cool and jacket weather for trick or treating and 50 right now in boston and jacket weather for friday morning commute as well and 49 in peabody, 46 in dedham and 42
in amherst, new hampshire and 47 maynard and 43 as wake up in bridgewater as well and 50 in sandwich, 51 in falmouth, cape and islands looking pretty good this morning with temperatures in the lower 50s and day planner by noon time today and up around 56 and winds gusting up around 25 miles per hour and noticeable if you will going to be spending time outside today and couple midday clouds that brighten up beautifully and high 58 , 40s back this evening and yes i got the hour-by-hour look at trick-or-treating forecast in less than ten minutes and julie close eye on drive times for us. >> julie: things slow pretty typically and 128 through dedham and needham up to the pike. 93 south is usual slowing starting in the stoneham area and continuing through medford and into somerville and see live look at the zakim bridge where leverett connector is backed up.
13 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128, 39 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 32 minutes on the expressway from the split to the exit for the pike. sara, back to you. >> sara: school is now in session after through like symptoms and some became physically ill live look in lowell what it took to get the kids ready for the school again this morning. good morning, jess. >> jessica: good morning, sara, the crews had to scrub the school down and they are not pos what made the kids sick. started lunchtime at the sullivan middle school. dozens of kids went to teachers complaining of flu-like symptoms and as said some of them were even getting physically sick and five of them were sent to lowell general hospital and students
sent to rally elementary school to be dismissed from there and suspected some carbon monoxide leak but now they are leaning toward some sort of virus. >> seems to be more of viral type syndrome. >> jessica: reilly elementary school was scrubbed down several hours after students were moved there yesterday and coming up next half hour hear from students that got sick and their parents. i'm jessica, fox25 news. >> gene: fire official ruled out faulty equipment or fault electrical equipment gas and
small earthquake as reasons for the boom. >> sara: andover police made an arrest on july break-in. man accused of taping a teen girl to a chair before taking off with cash. police say bardsick and sick and relieved after learning about his history. >> i believe there was a rape charge. i'm really really thankful that my son and wife got home when they did. >> gene: traffic enforcement
officer beaten and robbed outside his home near tufts university campus and fox25 spoke with view chore took pictures as officer was loaded into an ambulance. daniel mahoney tells us day before the attack he and his father saw officer peering into cars. >> he looked suspicious. >> gene: police say right now there's no reason man was targeted because of his job and looking at pair of man in the 20s connected to the attack. >> sara: this morning social worker is focus of state investigation. the globe reports dcf is reviewing the work of the employee in case of bella bond. the social worker copied old information about the toddler's mother and pasted it into a report. rachelle bond had been in jail
other children and democrat -- dcf closed the file because of actions. her mother and mother's boyfriend face charges with her death. sara: plymouth man accused of old work uniform to gain access to old cohasset school. he tried to gain access to several empty classrooms at the deerfield school. he used to work for the company and that's why he had the uniform. no chirp were hurt but teacher that kept her purse in one of the classrooms says she was
cash. >> that could give them another clue to look for items. >> sara: woman decided to confront a man on camera and look at the video that's going viral this morning. >> michael: what happened on newbury street has been split on the facebook page in very least but overnight post woman at heart of controversial video says in digital age of harassment she felt the need to fight back.
without her permission. >> michael: posting a video to facebook yesterday and taken off dylan claims she witnessed the man in her video recording her private parts and those of at least eight other women some she says was minors along newbury street. >> you don't like being filmed without permission, that's what you have been doing. >> michael: video dillan posted does not show anyone until police confirm whether he is a suspect in crime. dylan says she did report the allegations. still her unedited video is quickly going viral with more than 250,000 views and leading to intern view with national woman's magazine topic of sexual harassment to the forefront. >> pull out the camera and delete the footage of me that you have.
>> michael: man seen there denies knowing what she is talking about whennen making the allegations later on in the two minute or so clip he does say and ask why thinks he had need permission to record anybody on public street anyway and watch the whole thing on the website at myfoxboston.com. live in boston i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: in this patriots are having wins easy and tom brady to rob gronkowski 47 touchdown hookup first score of the game and patetted gronk spiked after the td and right before the half pats score again and running back deon lewis the short pass and look at him motor into the end-zone and patriots roll over the dolphins 36-7 and new england now 7-0 and patriots will face the washington redskins week from sunday and
gene: last night during ceremony honoring willie mcguiness there's nothing more satisfying than saddling the colts with a loss. kraft then said teens with mcguiness beet the colts 16 times in his career and many patriots blame indianapolis for incidence stigating deflategate scandal following january's afc championship game and tom leiden with this this morning and looking at what's ahead for the patriots coming up live at 8:00. >> sara: upton man won $1 million with unique retirement plan. raymond hazel won $1 million off scratch ticket. put ten to $15 out of every pay check into a lotto fund and chose cash option which meant he got $650,000. he found out he won on monday but didn't tell his wife until
to surprise her. >> gene: she became the face of hiv even though she didn't have the disease and seeking apology from healthcare officials. >> sara: things went from bad to worse for couple in 70s and string of attacks after running out of gas. >> shiri: saturday evening forecast here for trick or treaters we will start in the 50s here at 4:00 p.m. with sunshine, clouds will move in with temperatures dropping back into the 40s. i will show you when those
the couple stranded before the attack. >> daniel: they were on their way to get gas when they were attacked. police say biden cohen attacked couple wednesday night in providence and police say 72-year-old man ran out of gas about a block from his home and he was hit in the head later with metal object and 70-year-old man was attacked and man had facial injuries and both his eyes were swollen shut and wife was lying on the ground unconscious with possible metal object and struck with the body and face at hand. >> daniel: elderly man tried
and eyewitness walking nearby told police the suspect ran off after that attack. police were able to locate him and arraigned later this morning in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: cat shot and killed inener mack, new hampshire and unspeakable act of cruelty and water field drive max's owner tells fox25 he knew something was wrong right away. >> when first came home and saw an expressway with picture of bone that's all shattered and something small like 22 or bellet. pellet. >> sara: max died from his injuries days later and police and animal control are investigating and anyone with information should give them a call. >> gene: two drug raids in 1 week lands local family behind bars. police searched west yarmouth home wednesday.
digital scales -- and digital scales throughout the home after the search they arrested noel johnson and her parents. last thursday police searched the same home and arrested jeffrey lori accusing him of heroin distribution. >> sara: paul ryan about to begin first full day. he told colleagues it is time to fix broken house of representatives and work together on behalf of the american people. sara: former running mate mitt romney tweeting picture with ryan. i got the first speaker selfie. ryan was romney's choice for white house in unsuccessful run in 2012. >> gene: portsmouth herald says state is looking for lab to process blood samples for nearly
all were exposed to water from contaminated well at former air force base and cdc has processed several hundred tests but cannot handle remaining cases. >> julie: decent pace 228 in rockland up to weymouth and over to braintree. earlier accident on 24 has been cleared for sometime and crews looking good even on 95 which is usually slow around what i call the elbow of 95 to 128. expressway a bit of a pain and it is jammed right now as you head past freeport street. here are 228 to the split and ten minutes on 24 from 123 to 128, 13 minutes on 95 as you approach 128. fox25 storm tracker shiri spear joining us now and may have bad news for the kids who want to
wear their costumes. >> shiri: so new england. not as mild today and going to be breezy out there and winds begin to start and gusts will be up around 25 miles per hour this afternoon and cooler weather here tomorrow. highs are going to be a little bit lower once we hit the evening, 40s will be back for trick or treaters, most town are going to stay perfectly dry here on sunday and 50 in boston, saw it is nice and bright and beautiful and similar at 9:00 a.m. with temp around 52, 54 by 11:00 a.m. and this is when we get some clouds, right around lunchtime. only scattered clouds and rain makers today but as front toward us a couple of those clouds but what it is really going to do is pool cool air in to start off the weekend forecast. those are today's clouds again, not rain makers and then into the afternoon you will see a brighten right up again and friday forecast and especially with temperatures seasonable,
were at 75 yesterday, that is not normal, 75 was temperature in dallas yesterday as well. 56 in boston and malden and 58 in quincy, 56 in watertown and hot spots southeastern massachusetts where temps all the way into lower 60s in carve and her going to feel pretty nice out there and tomorrow temperature take a little bit of hit, go from 59 in plymouth today and 56 in boston, 55 in lawrence and 51 in worcester to tomorrow only getting into say lower 50s. some 60s are back on sunday but so are those clouds. we start out cool and sunny tomorrow, see clouds creeping into the evening hours, these will be mostly high and thin clouds, they not bring us any rain for trick or treaters, still think they will see a fair amount of clear skies, in fact, early in the evening and clouds take over spot shower far north and west of boston by sunday morning, sunday afternoon the clouds even start to clear out. hey, here is 7-day forecast with the weekend always in vow, temperatures over the weekend
climbing into the 60s and staying in the 60s, even milder monday, tuesday, wednesday next week with partly sunny skies. >> gene: hang there for a second. show the fun you and julie had for halloween. twins movie poster danny devito and arnold schwarzenegger. >> sara: my personal favorite. cutest thing ever and i would like to hire you for my daughter's birthday party. >> shiri: it was hard to decide what to go with. we had 30 ideas. this is the actual height difference.
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>> gene: because halloween falls on saturday they are expecting large crowds and advise either take public transportation or come early to find parking and officers say weapons are not permitted as part of any costume and festives not allowed. >> sara: boston mayor marty walsh holding a street barricade
park boston expanded to all parking meters and today's celebration highlight the new ways people can use quarters now that they no longer use them for meters. teaming up with rick middleton to play a game of buckle hockey. >> gene: kittens can be delivered for 15 minutes of cuddle time and led to adoption of more than 20 kittens and 55 cities around the controversy and unfortunately boston was not on the list. >> sara: look at shot of little black car. >> gene: put smile on your face little kitty cat. >> sara: more extortion threats for millions of married men caught up on online cheating site data link. social twist that has men forking over hundreds of
>> trying to cover my nose. >> sara: took death of mother and infant son to affect change on dangerous local road. the safety improvements being made to a road with a tragic reputation. >> gene: it was a shooting hoax and caused such panic. >> sara: complete new england news coverage starts right now. >> gene: good morning, everybody, on friday morning. it is october 30th, hope you're having a good day so far, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: sadly 70s are gone, fall is back and storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear cooler weather just in time for trick-or-treating. >> shiri: it is seasonable and let's get into the spirit of it and cool things down, we are used it around here, 45 in nashua, new hampshire and 47 in plymouth and looking nice and bright but you can see that there are clouds in southwestern
creep into worcester and border by 10:00 this morning and temperatures in the meantime warm into the lower 50s and lunchtime in the middle 50s here and 56 and that's when we pick up a couple scattered clouds here, clouds clear out, all about the sunshine this afternoon and those high temperatures anywhere 54 up to 60 and no more middle 70s like we had in boston for your thursday but it will be bright and will be dry and i have a similar and cooler contest tomorrow and julie grauert now standing by with live drive time traffic and new look at drive times. >> julie: live look at morrissey boulevard and center of the screen you can see flashing lights because there's an accident there and up to the map at freeport street and morrissey boulevard that's why
the drive times than usual on the expressway and 40 minutes braintree to the pike and 31 minutes route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene, back to you. >> gene: julie, bell range 30 minutes ago at lowell middle school where dozens of students came down with same mysterious illness. this morning official still trying to determine what caused all of that. fox25 jessica reyes is live outside sullivan middle school and cleaning crews spent the night scrubbing and sanitizing classrooms. >> jessica: there's a police officer talking to parents and officials have ruled some things out but there's still not 100% positive what made students sick here yesterday.
after 60 of them suddenly got sick. >> my head hurt and stomach hurt really bad. >> jessica: some students said they smelled something changed at the start of the day. evacuated to nearby reilly middle school and discussed from there. >> it is scary. jessica authorities aren't sure what caused this, they are sure it is not carbon monoxide poison and schools scrubbed down and opened this morning. >> think it might be a carbon monoxide situation and might be
>> jessica: administrators are confident they can have school today. live in lowell, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: lexington all back to normal in elementary school and students evacuated after felt a loud boom and vibration yesterday morning everyone was bused over to the high school. fire official say they ruled a lot of things out including fault electrical equipment, gas and small earthquake. >> sara: deadly crash on monday mother and nine-month-old son and this morning changes are coming to make that stretch a lot safer. fox25 catherine parrotta is live on route 20 where the road has a tragic reputation. catherine? >> catherine: good morning we were here route 20 and at that time gave assessment what the road looked like when told you how it is naareo two lanes on either side of it and told you how fast the traffic goes past us here and this morning wasn't
too far away from where we were standing with three car collision occurred killing a 31-year-old mother and nine-month-old son and after that officials plan to meet to discuss ways to make route 20 safer and now we know more about what the changes could look like official met for two hours yesterday afternoon behind closed doors with state department of transportation and according to the worcester telegram and gazette members of the massachusetts town and senate said some changes will be made immediately to route 20 including adding delynnators on double yellow line on right of away and approaching speed and rumble strip. changes come in the wake of monday's accident involve a car, cement truck and suv. 31-year-old christina russin was nine-month-old son and two-year-old son was severely injured. three people from the other vehicle suffered nonlife-threatening injury and crashes aren't uncommon on the road and earlier this week
told but a woman who lost her husband 18 years ago this weekend when hit by drunk driver and crash left son in the wheelchair and exhusband told me she has been working for years to get cement barriers put on the road. she says changes that have been discussed put into place here at the start but something more still needs to be done. in the meantime just heard back from mass dot this morning and past 15 or so minutes told me they plan to hold a public meeting as well and residents have a chance to weigh in and as we were sitting here talking about some of the changes and what thought of them and told you more about the conversation coming up next hour and live in oxford, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: brian johnson is scheduled to appear in court
last month 24-year-old was fired for allegedly making up a story that he was shot while out on patrol and report sparked a manhunt and closure of schools in millis and prosecutors say the story was all a lie and johnson shot the patrol car himself. the bullet hit a fuel line in the vehicle and sparked a fire. today's preliminary procedure and enough evidence to proceed to grand jury. gene: social worker who evaluated a mother on deer island is focus of state investigation. reports dcf reviewing the work of bella bond. the worker copied and pasted into a new report and has been in prison 12 times, drug addict and lost custody of two other children but dcf closed the file on bella bond because of the social worker's actions. that was two years before bond was killed. her mother and her mother's boyfriend now face charges in connection with her death.
>> sara: graduate of prestigious new hampshire prep school will spend one year in jail for sexual assaulting a classmate. owen labrie was sentenced yesterday in concord. in august he was found guilty of misdemeanor sex crimes and using a computer to lure his victim. she was a freshman classmate at st. paul's prep. in court yesterday the teenager gave a powerful victim impact statement. >> what he did to me makes me feel like i didn't belong on the planet and i would be better off dead. >> sara: labrie will have to pay restitution to the victim's family and already registered as a sex offender. he will be able to apply to remove his name from the list in 16 years. sara: uxbridge man has been banned from all airports and air travel after making a false bomb threat at logan airport. yesterday 55-year-old dennis court.
on board united airlines flight when a flight attendant claimed she heard him say there was a bomb in his luggage. campbell's attorney says his client used a poor choice of words when struggling to get his bag into the overhead bid. cal bell allegedly said, quote, it could come out like a bomb and hit somebody on the head. >> gene: fox 25 investigates with more story this week and learned that the state agency has now scheduled a hearing with a toe company which issued a $48,000 bill after towing jeep out of the mud. earlier this week we introduced you to joel ramer who says that he was off roading in his jeep in walpole when he got stuck in the mud and assured collision billed his insurance company more than $48,000. fox25 reached out to assured collision and owner says it was a dangerous scene due to the proximity to power lines and that the it took seven men 12 hours to get the jeep out. department of public utilities
bill. >> you don't like being filmed without youre permission. >> gene: why local woman went out of her way to chase down a stranger. patriots stay undefeated and what players are saying after last night's blowout. that's next. >> julie: expressway northbound at morrissey boulevard and clearing out shortly. shiri? >> shiri: don't forget to grab sunglasses, 47 now, 10:00 a.m. 52
and plays locked this one up for the pats. >> tom: i gave the dolphins more credit than should have and 3127 and miami could not do anything offensively and while tom brady delivered the goods defense that sealed the win and patriots on first possession and tom brady red hot immediately and robert goulston 47 yards into the end-zone and, of course, followed up by signature gronk spike and 7-0 just like that and just before the half the pats scored again and this time it was brady 16 yards and deon lewis nice to see him back in the line-up and 19-0 at the break and certainly weren't done and two more touchdowns in the second half, both of them in the
goes 346 yards four touchdowns. >> reporter: joulan edelman two scores and really all about the patriots defense versus miami dolphins team that scored 41 points in the first half last week. they also had two turnovers it was a complete domination. >> doing a good job grinding this one out grinding on miami and how quick it would be on top of us. >> play action ran the ball great and passing action. >> going out there hammering the nail away all the way in and
hammer away and try to hammer way in. >> reporter: patriots have ten days until they have to get back on the field to face the washington redskins. in gillette stadium, brian falmouth, fox25 sports. >> well rested before hosting washington. >> gene: way team playing and looking at schedule ahead not unusual to talk about the u word. >> when you have done it once before it is okay to talk about it and patriots have experienced 16-0 and denver take close look at sunday after thanksgiving and in denver and defense really good and going to be up for the game against the patriots. thank you so much.
>> julie: not as good as u word and things overall reasonable on the roads, expressway just a little bit slow, accident that i was showing you live pictures of last time has cleared. pike moving along at decent pace once you get through brighton solar glare does slow you down a little bit and that's why we are seeing crawl as head eastbound. live drive times 14 minutes speen street to washington street on the pike and 28 minutes weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 37 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for fox25 storm tracker weather meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and mild start to the day compared to yesterday. >> shiri: back today in the 40s and 57 later this afternoon and 50 right now in boston, one of my hot spots and got the sunshining and wind 10 miles per hour, going to have gusts up to 25 this afternoon
clouds here late morning into early afternoon but overall bright and mild. don't want to go hot because yesterday it was 70s so by comparison going to feel a little cooler with lunchtime in boston, 44 right now in worcester and i got the same sunshining, i got 10:00 a.m. temp at 48 and highs only in the lower 50s, going to be a little bit cooler at high elevations so worcester 51, got orange at 53 , but 55 fitchburg, nashua, lawrence, down to beverly, 56, plymouth 57 and 58 new bedford warming as we go southward future cast here does involve front coming through that stirs up the clouds, not the showers, not today but usher in the cooler air for the weekends and going to start out chilly but bright tomorrow morning, temps near freezing when you wake up in the 30s if you're up at 7:00 a.m., hopefully you sleep in and awake once underway but during the afternoon feature sunshine,
going to stay dry here but clouds are 8:00 p.m. tons of breaks in the cloud cover by the time you wake up sunday morning and cloudy start to the day, warmer day ahead and notice green on the map and best chance isolated shower and somewhere like the berkshires or southwestern new hampshire almost everybody stays dry here on sunday morning in southern new england and lower 50s tomorrow across the cape and islands all the way up near 60 on sunday which involves more clouds. cold spot and cloudier spot will actually be into lakes region, mountains of new hampshire where temperatures have a tough time breaking into the lower 50s and have slightly better chance for late weekend shower. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view right now, 60 on sunday, pick of the weekend plus have to factor in and fall back
sun coming up as section 17:00 and 4:38 here and best go bed on saturday night and wake up and already done. also good reminder to change the batteries in smoke detectors next week shaping up mild with 60s and partly sunny. back to you guys. >> sara: elderly rhode island couple attacked and unfortunate mishap that put them in the path of danger. >> gene: new battle over birth control and why hospital schools
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deal after opposition from fiscal conservatives push into overnight session. rand paul and ted cruz spoke for hours to fill -- filibuster and raises debt ceiling through march 2017 and comes with increase in federal spending of more than $80 billion on military and domestic programs. paul called the bill the result of an unhopy alliance. >> ten years from now 33 billion will be cut in 2025 and if you believe that i have a bridge to
beachfront property in arizona. >> reporter: crews says nobody in congress believes the cuts will ever happen. i'm andrew spencer reporting. >> gene: case involving birth control and health insurance. last year the high court ruled religious objections cannot be foreign policied to pay for employee's contraception and justices asked to make hospitals, schools and charities run by religious organizations automatically exempt from all birth control measures in affordable care act and they have to write letters to opt out of the requirements. >> gene: issue gay marriage licenses even if the person has objection. 56% of those surveyed say county clerks and other officials should be required to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples. earlier this year kentucky county clerk kim davis went to jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay
couples. >> sara: this morning getting look at highest paid female executive in the country and turns out top honor goes to senior vice president at apple. angolans makes more than $73 million a year that's in salary plus stock and options. the ceo's of oracle and yahoo round out the top three. >> sara: nightmare isn't over for married men and women that helps you cheat. hackers from personal e-mail accounts but first here is shiri. >> shiri: average 58 and cooldown for the start of the weekend but then a warm-up and take you through it hour-by-hour when we come back.
trick-or-treating coming up tomorrow night. >> sara: sun shining bright and cover it up. >> gene: yesterday same temperature in boston as dallas texas and frame of mind for trick-or-treating,. >> shiri: not going to be 70s for trick or treating and going to be more like these temperatures trick-or-treating saturday evening and if you don't like the way it feels right now and need a coat, going to need a coat for trick-or-treating, boston at 50 , watertown 49, 47 in burlington for framingham and 42 in sharon and 39 in norton and going to have to look into the temperature reading lawrence now at 48 we got worcester in holden at 44 and amherst, new hampshire at 47 and 47 bridgewater and plymouth and 50 for the outer cape and the islands. that's warm location if you're this morning. but we do get into the middle 50s here at noon time today with a couple passing clouds still looking pretty bright out
there but gusty with gusts up to 25 miles per hour and 3:00 p.m. 58 which are normal highs for this time of the year and going to be clear and out there this evening i want you to dress for the 40s as well. so take you hour-by-hour into the trick-or-treating forecast but now julie grauert with live drive time traffic. julie, how are roads looking now? >> julie: looking pretty good and a little bit of slowing as make way through braintree and up into quincy but looking better past freeport street and up into columbia road and 93 south a little bit slow through medford and we have heard reports flat tires around sergeant street and keep in mind headed in that direction, live look at zakim bridge, sun definitely out but leverett connector backed up. here are your live drive times 14 minutes on the pike from speen street to washington street and 28 minutes on the expressway braintree split to the pike and 31 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to
gene and sara, out to you. >> gene: dozens fell ill with a baffling sickness. >> sara: school officials telling parents there's no cause for alarm this morning. >> jessica: that's right. they around 100% sure what caused this and some sort of virus and started yesterday afternoon at sullivan school around lunchtime and 60 kids went to teachers saying they were not feeling too well and some of them physically sick and sent to lowell general hospital just to be checked out and yesterday afternoon they were
>> nothing that makes us think it might be a carbon monoxide situation and viral type syndrome. >> jessica: students were removed to viral elementary school in lowell and scrubbed down as well and hearing from some of the kids that got sick yesterday and their parents as well. live here in lowell, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: lexington it is back to normal. students felt a loud boom and vibration yesterday morning and everybody bused over to the high school and fire official say they have ruled out fault electrical equipment, gas and small earthquake. >> gene: accused of taping a teenage girl to a chair before making off with cash and tracking him down based on fingerprints and dna and left at
another crime scene later that day and barredsick is career criminal and registered sex offender and family relieved especially learning about the history. >> i believe there was something in 1980, rape charge or conviction or anything. knowing what i know right now i've just really really thankful that my wife and son got home when they did. >> gene: barredsick said to face other charge and set to be arraigned at later date. >> sara: step up security across the madison bumgarner after recent stabbing at orange line "t" stop. stephanie pollack tells boston herald pushing transit cops more visible on platform during critical times of the day. last week 17-year-old was stabbed at station and pollack says how police are spread
around cross the transic system has not changed in roughly 20 years. mason raymond's mother not calling for a change. told her son's friends not to seek revenge for his death but instead find inner peace and harold reports that genes says it is difficult but she forgives the teen accused of stabbing her son to death and jones told the crowd they need to do the same. >> gene: former massachusetts house speaker had pension revoked will receive taxpayer money and retirement board will resume. it was wrong to strip the pension. retirement board is appealing the court ruling and says it will not issue back payments worths nearly $240,000 to finneran until that appeal is heard. >> sara: police in medford are investigating a violent mugging this morning. a traffic enforcement officer was beaten and robbed outside of
the home. this happened with night near tufts university and fox25 had pictures and day before the attack he and his father saw the officer peering into cars. >> he had a hood on and looked suspicious and identified himself. >> sara: police say right now there's no indication this man was targeted because of his job. they are looking for a pair of men in their 20s in connection to the attack. >> gene: 8:36. gain access to cohasset elementary school. we brought you this as new at 11:00 last night. police say that anthony continued to work for hv systems in order to gain access to deer hill school. they -- he used to work for the
uniform and one of the teachers said cash was missing. gene: this morning local man arrested for string of house break-ins in groveland. police say that 40-year-old john bal kiss believed to be responsible for at least two burglaries, one on holly lane and one on j.b. little road and investigators believe there's more victims out there. >> sometimes people think they misplace the items and in this case may be stolen and maybe they know the suspect and been in the home in the past and that could give them another clue to look for the items. >> gene: he faces charges including breaking and entering, trespassing, larceny and drug possession. >> sara: new this morning woman turns camera on man who she says was secretly video taping women on newbury street and this morning the confrontation has gone viral. michael henrich joins us now with that video, and michael, also talking with boston police
>> michael: waiting to hear back about official report that woman at center of the controversy to back everything up approximate and meantime when she says posting this video she felt compelled on newbury street to fight back. cloud of controversy in sunny day in the heart of boston. >> you don't like being filmed without youre permission. >> michael: video posted to facebook yesterday and taking off and she witnessed man recording private parts and at least eight other women and some were minors along newbury street. >> don't like being filmed without permission.
>> michael: video dillan posted does not show anyone. it is blurring his face until police confirm whether he is a suspect in the crime and dillan says she did report the allegations. still her unedited video quickly going viral with more than 250,000 views leading to interview with national woman's magazine bringing topic of sexual harassment to the forefront. >> i would like you to pull out your camera and delete the footage. >> michael: man denies knowing what she is talking about and asked why she feels he would need permission to record anything on public street. there were profanities back and forth and watch the whole thing on the fox25 morning news app as well as myfoxboston.com. dillan has also agreed to sit down for in depth one-on-one interview for fox25 later on today and catch the full report coming up on fox25 news at five and six. live in boston, i'm michael
>> gene: marty walsh street arcade for city wide app to help drivers pay for parking. park boston is mobile payment app that has now expanded to all boston parking meters. today celebration to highlight the ways people can use quarters now that they no longer need them for the meters and teaming up with rick middleton to play a game of bubble hockey. >> sara: two dozen runners will take to the streets in victim. team mr8 running in honor of eight-year-old martin richard, the youngest victim of the 2013 terror attack and runners will raise money for the martin richard foundation. >> gene: 8:40 this morning, plane carbs fire before takeoff. coming up at 9:00 how passenger on board was hurt even though the person escaped the flames.
never wanted to be part of the complain and lawsuit she filed after billboard showed up all over new york. >> julie: 30 minute commute on the expressway to columbia road. >> temperatures in the 40s and hour-by-hour coming up and first offering the hudson fire department. thank you. >> julie: they have a bit of a fan club. >> six grandchildren myself and they do it and can't get enough of it and it is rewarding to see the smiles on their faces. >> julie: proudest moments? >> reopen the doors to the
and do a great job and do a job 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, 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 if he saw something in the budget that he thought violated his conservative principles,
gonna get whacked. he vetoed a bunch of my stuff and i was the senate president. the message to washington, d.c., is 'get ready...' because there will be change. nright to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. >> gene: problem with car put them right in the path of deeper daniel miller is following the morning. >> daniel: attacked married couple in providence, 72-year-old man ran out of gas about a block from his home and hit in head with metal object and 70-year-old life also attacked when she showed up for gas for the car and when police found them the man had facial
injuries and both his eyes were swollen shut and wife lying on the groin unconscious and elderly woman told police she tried to throw the gas pan at the suspect after attacked her husband but he turned around and hit her in the leg with bat. then knocked her out after she fell to the ground and eyewitness walking nearby told police the suspect ran off after the attack. police were able to find him. he will be arraigned later this morning. >> sara: a model didn't know picture end up being used in state agency's hiv awareness ad. she sued for defamation and judge agreed. in april the judge will decide how much the state must pay noland.
hit with extortion e-mails. the e-mail demands $500 worth of bit coins saying if the person doesn't pay up blackmailer will contact family and friends through facebook and users should not pay up but should take precautions like making sure their facebook friends list is set to private and blackmailers same group that initially targeted the company. >> gene: cat shot and killed in merrimac, new hampshire and calling it unspeakable act of cruelty. hospitalized last weekend at waterville drive. max's owner tells fox25 he knew something was wrong right away. >> saw picture of x-ray and something small and i presume it was a pellet. >> gene: police say animal
with information should give them a call. >> slow spots on the expressway northbound and 128 northbound head through needham and make way up to the pike. pike itself seeing thickest volume through brighton and continue until 9:15 and live drive times 15 minutes on the pike from speen street to washington street and 26 minutes from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 30 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. fox25 storm tracker weather meteorologist shiri spear joining us now with look at today's forecast. hi, shiri. >> shiri: different looking than it was yesterday and don't have quite the warmth that we saw so not as mild today and a little bit breezy and 40s here and keep that in mind if little
treating and most towns stay dry and slightest risk of the shower and 50 in the city seeing mostly sunny dies and winds at 10 miles per hour, not all that strong though you're going to find stronger burst of wind and factor into the forecast and 10:00 a.m., partly cloudy and 53, we just got a couple passing clouds between late morning and early afternoon and noon 56 and hang out middle 50s in boston and these clouds really not a big deal along the cold front and bigger deal with the cold front cooler temperatures that will result tomorrow morning and 10:00 a.m. and clouds sagging straight to the mass new hampshire border sinking into boston around lunchtime today and thereafter basically trying up and return to sunny skies round out the day and head into the evening hours and high temperatures though will be in the 50s, want you to think 50s and want you to think normal october and boston at 56,
malden 56, 56 in watertown, 56 in brookline, 55 in milton and hot spots southeastern massachusetts and right here couple near 60 readings. you know with these updated not quite at 60 but taunton 59, 58 in bridgewater and carver over to wareham and that's really the warmest that you would find here and plymouth 57 and lawrence 55 and worcester 51 and keene, new hampshire at 55 and 57 hyannis and start out lower 50s tomorrow and sunshine replace by shely increasing clouds pretty late in the day, tomorrow counting on bright conditions and then on sunday we will get all the way into upper 50s, lower 60s but we have the small chance of rain mostly well to the north of boston and nice bright start to the day tomorrow and future cast into the evening hours and clouds are just beginning to thicken up and still have lots and lots of breaks in the cloud cover here at 8:00 p.m. and by the time you
cloudy but it is the warmer day of the weekend and see a little green on the screen focus into central northern new england and giving 30% chance and going to get much here into southern new hampshire, western mass boston likely staying dry here on sunday and get breaks in the cloud cover and don't want you to get too excited about sunday sunshine though because it is going to be a little bit tough and 30% risk of shower, more clouds than anything else but sunday also gaining hour of sleep because at 2:00 a.m. here you set the clock back an hour and sun starts that early and next week keeping partly cloudy mild with lows in the 40s, highs in the 60s and partly sunny. back to you guys.
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>> sara: organizers canceled veterans parade that attracts hundreds and fewer and fewer people attend and loss of funding and complaint parade tied up traffic for too long. one veteran says this is a loss for everyone because it takes away an opportunity to appreciate the sacrifice that veterans have made. >> want to know how you get it take a look at flags. >> sara: marshfield residents can honor veterans to attending a gathering at veteran memorial park.
to think thanksgiving and extra precautions this year to ward off the bird flu. poultry farms have been devastated the last two years and more than 20 states. one turkey farm in holliston tells metrowest daily news they put their birds on lockdown putting up gates and not allowing anyone to see them. the department of agriculture says seven and a half million turkeys were infected between december 2014 and 2015. shortage of turkeys this year could mean higher prices this thanksgiving. >> gene: no turkey shortage in neighborhood, they are all over the place. getting ready for super bowl weekend which is halloween and they are expecting big crowds because it is on saturday. >> seems to run well with the
strategies and years before and large police presence and people should feel safe. >> gene: public drinking is not allowed and want everyone to come and have a good time. festivities wrap up at 10:30 with fireworks display. >> gene: keep eating what i love. coming up at 9:00 new local study don't have to cut out everything to lose weight and shiri, that's good news, with halloween candy i'm not sure that's included in that study. >> shiri: heading out to trick or treat and enjoy the evening next. gun.