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>> sara: now at seven a local mother is grieving this morning her son shot and killed outside a popular bar in boston. >> her son won't be home. >> sara: clues. >> shiri: shoppers delight and see how long they last. >> sara: no rest for the deal hunters. black friday shoppers have been going strong and when they expect the biggest rush of customers. donald trump. >> i don't know what i said. i don't remember. >> daniel: backlash he is
an interview with a reporter with a disability. coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning to you and happy friday, i'm daniel miller for gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. thank you so much for joining us if you are back from shopping, you know it is a beautiful day out there and storm tracker shiri spear joins us now how long does the beautiful lovely warm weather will stick around. >> shiri: easy answer it is a one day thing, 50s on the map receipt now, 51 in boston, lower 50s lawrence bedford norwood but we have some cooler spots where the fog has formed and so in those cooler spots we have fog that's fairly thick and stick around until 9:00 a.m. and boston, worcester areas until
9:00 and temperatures going up though and going to see we are nearly at 60 by noon time today, the clouds spin out a little bit so sun and scattered clouds and 5:00 p.m. it will be dark already and folk are working today and heading home around then, this will be 50s, middle 50s at that, coming down from highs, 58 all the way up to the middle 60s, patchy fog and mist early this morning and partly sunny day ahead i will break down when cooler air comes into town and when the showers move in within the next 24 hours coming up but we got catherine parrotta standing by with live drive time traffic this morning. catherine, how is the drive shaping up? >> catherine: expressway moving from quincy and dorchester and this icon just popped up as i was standing here waiting to give you reports, checking on that and see delays behind it as you're going through quincy. also a sluggish spot too as you move toward dorchester, going 29 miles per hour, so again, this is a stretch we are concerned with and check on what the icon is with you with the next update. this is the pike as moving
could see only going about 14 miles per hour so another slow spot there this morning. over here this was a slow spot, route 3 moving through the winchester area only going about 11 miles per hour and looking like clearing up right now and a little bit of good news and another update from the commuter rail, 259, supposed to leave at 6:45 from north station ten to 15 minutes behind schedule and keep eye on that and keep that in mind if you need the train today and pike eastbound and westbound for the matter and slight volume at this hour and pike take 11 minutes and 93 from the braintree split to the pike nine minutes and 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls about 21 minutes there. daniel, over to you. >> daniel: 7:03 right now. local mother is grieving the loss of her son on thirtieth birthday. he was shot and killed outside the fenway bar. we reported this as breaking news yesterday morning and this morning police are still looking for leads.
fox25 michael henrich live for us at the scene again. michael, they are hoping someone has information they need to find the gunman. >> michael: not only information but photos or video of either the gunman or at least a scene around this area here on yawkey way. police say this all hand -- happened around 2:00 yesterday morning at the who's on first bar at fenway park and now know the name of the man that was killed her yesterday morning. jeff pitcheri and he was not the intended targeted, he was an innocent person in the wrong place at the wrong time. boston police say three other people were shot when gun fire rang out and they are expected to be okay. we learned about this about cherry as well. he worked for keolis, the commuter rail, he was a beloved employee.
the tragic loss of life. >> there was a mother that was notified early this morning her son won't be home for dinner today and she is devastated over it. >> michael: anyone with information, pictures, video what happened here asked to call the boston police homicide unit right away. now, this particular bar, who's on first, the subject to other incidents of violence and police commissioner has very strong message for that bar and talk about that in the next report in about 30 minutes. michael henrich, fox25 news live in boston. >> daniel: nba looking into altercation outside of a back bay nightclub which may involve a star player. tmz says this is video of jaleel punching a man outside the storyville nightclub. the 19-year-old was reportedly being taunted by someone near the club when the altercation happened. tmz says no arrests were made. the 76ers say they are aware of
the incident. >> sara: new this morning fox25 working to get more information about this woman right here reported missing when she didn't show up for thanksgiving dinner. betty kaiser's son-in-law tells us she was supposed to spend the holiday with her family in mansfield but she never showed up. the 69-year-old lives in foxborough, police confirm a report has been filed. >> daniel: happening today protest for busiest shopping district. video of lakwan mcdonald was released earlier this week. he is accused of shooting the 17-year-old more than a dozen times and charged with first-degree murder. activists are hoping to use one of the busiest shopping day of the years to call attention to what they are calling a pattern of abuse by police. today's protest organized by reverend jessie jackson. >> sara: lining up overnight and waiting for hours just to be first in line at local best buy.
>> daniel: local holiday shopping day is here and expected crowds to start crowding in the next hour and stephanie coueignoux is live where the crash register, stephanie, they have been ringing for more than seven hours this morning. >> stephanie: daniel, the store pink actually had these ropes here just for the line. thankfully you can see it has kind of dissipated but faking a look behind me. it has really been a slow and steady pace and peaked around 11:00 last night. that's what they said through about 2:00 this morning and kind of been just dwindling down but you know what, it is not going to last for long. in fact, the manager told us it is going to ramp back up at about 8:00 this morning. he did say earlier on it was rather a younger crowd and now he is expecting a few more families to arrive, in all about
51,000 people over the next few hours. so again, if you're thinking about heading here to the south shore plaza, now is the time to do so. i just spoke with a manager a short time ago, this is what he had to say. >> look at right now, walk through a lot of lines, come here at 1:00 this afternoon, it is going to be busy and parking lot will be full, register lines will be full so we will see 8:00, 9:00, start to build and every hour and gets busier and busier and 2:00 we peak. >> stephanie: coming back live take a look at this, we actually see some people with luggage. we are talking about some serious shoppers. we have seen people not messing around with the amount of items that they are buying and coming up in 30 minutes we have been speaking with shoppers all morning long, the best deals they say right here at the mall. south shore plaza i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news.
outlets will find more security. undercover and stationed officers will be stationed all in response to the recent terror attacks in paris. the outlet mall says it is a tourist destination so taking extra precautions and there's no specific threat against the shopping center. many people are getting deals without sacrificing family time this year. more shoppers are cashing in on deals online with record billion dollars in sales happening on thanksgiving. the number of people shopping on mobile devices is also up. commercial street -- exerts predict 29 more people shopping with mobile device. >> daniel: 24-year-old bryan johnson was found in his home yesterday morning. the district attorney's office says they do not suspected foul play and not investigating his death as a homicide. an autopsy will be performed to determine how johnson died.
last week he was formally charged for shooting at own cruiser and calling in bomb threat to a high school. he told investigators he blacked out. the d.a. says prosecutors will no longer pursue the case because of johnson's death. this morning framingham police are searching for whomever attacked the framingham state student. the student was found wednesday morning on main street and unconscious and taken to beth israel hospital to be treated for the injuries and metrowest daily reports before he was found he showed up to house party drunk and upset and asked to leave after punching a whole in a wall and police are investigating this as an assault no word on the student's condition this morning. >> sara: norwood police looking for cold hearted criminal. surveillance video from a convenience store on walpole street. you could see the man inside a.j.'s market grab a can with donations for the jimmy fund and hides the can and starts walking off.
in two states. police say 28-year-old maurice dejesus led officers on high-speed chase from new hampshire into massachusetts tuesday. he was captured after a crashing a car in groton. officers say he is also suspected of robbing a convenience store in nashua last weekend. >> daniel: >> sara: track traffic and weather every ten minutes and a little bit of problem spot, expressway moving north, see entry ramp partially blocked at granite avenue and as a result causing a delay behind it only going 28 miles per hour through quincy as you move north. give you check of some other spots too coming up and for now over to shiri. >> shiri: visibleility has a lot worse since we checked in last time, going far enough south into providence, rhode island, i have some dense fog developing as well. visibility has actually dropped significantly in fitchburg on top of that and toward new bedford so i'm going to be track
think these areas of patchy fog until about 9:00 a.m. i will show you what to come this afternoon coming up. >> daniel: not everyone wants to wait in line for hours to get the black friday savings. >> sara: but there's a way around that. how much some people are shelling out to have someone else hold their place in line. >> daniel: first the governor remains unsettled about allowing refugees into the bay state. coming up the questions he has about the situation in syria dunkin's new sweet black pepper with double the slices of caramelized crispy pepper bacon. you've been waiting for. bacon up.
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>> sara: gop candidate is accused of mocking a reporter's physical disability and trump denies knowing they are disabled and battle between trump and new york times. >> reporter: donald trump under fire again this time to mock a reporter's disability. >> i don't know what i said, i don't remember what i said. >> reporter: a condition that causes contortions in his limbs. 2001 revved to people allegedly seemed celebrating the 9/11 attack.
>> reporter: he didn't recall finding anyone that were thousands or celebrating the fall of the twin towers has trump has claimed. trump denies mocking him. if he was handicapped i would not know because i do not know what he looks like. if i did not know i would definitely not say anything about his appearance. he previously worked up new york daily news where he covered trump. it is the eyebrow raising moment for the front runner who said were next week. >> i wish we could move the election up. for the election. i want to pick my date for the election. i want it next tuesday. i want it on tuesday. >> polls show trump leading nationally and early states of iowa and new hampshire and still
republican voters start making their pick. >> charlie baker still concerned about refugees into the commonwealth and tells the herald he hopes to talk to the state department about the process used for refugees before they are allowed into the u.s. last week baker one of 30 governors who say they have opposed having refugees from syria to the u.s. to the terrorist in paris reportedly posed as refugees to enter europe. daniel: canada's government donating money it was promise during the recent election. includes seven and a half million dollars to the u.n. refugee agency to help settle refugees in canada. 25,000 people fleeing syria are expected in canada over the next few months. >> sara: small community in
refugees. governor phil bryant says he will do everything to keep refugees out of his state. >> we wanted to be out in front and show to be a positive example and role model for the rest of the controversy as whole delta. >> only 200 people live in louise. right now there aren't any refugees in the town but the vote means louise is ready to accept them. >> catherine: look at traffic and trouble spots here and expressway moving north and there's an entry ramp that's partially blocked at granite ave and moving north on the expressway and in the spot 28 miles per hour but otherwise it locks like it is smooth sailing on the expressway as you move your way into the city. moving over here you may have
seen the icon, in milton, oak street, fallen power lines here at maple street and shifting west a ways, 495 moving south and there's a stalled vehicle at boston road and not seeing any delays because of it, keep in mind if you're headed that way this morning and look at cameras, zakim bridge in leverett connect and her see traffic moving very much okay at this hour of the morning. volume very light. of course, much lighter than it would typically be at this hour and look at drive times for you, on 24 take you eight minutes, pike 95 mass ave 495 to the leverett connector about 20 minute ride. now we will send over to fox25 storm tracker weather meteorologist shiri spear, see the sun out the window here. >> bit of cloud cover, a little bit of sunshine and depending where see one over the other favored and also fog in the forecast until 9:00 a.m. specifically for 1349 cooler spots like providence, rhode island, like nashua,
now reporting some dense fog but april like highs this afternoon, rainy start to the day on saturday so like it while you can because this time tomorrow, guys, it is going to be gray and it is going to be raining in boston and temperature now 52 , winds at about 9 miles per hour, a little bit of gust today, winds this afternoon gusting 20 to 30 miles per hour, something else that you're going to notice if you're spending any time outside but in boston 54 by 9:00 a.m. today, 57 by 11:00 a.m. and going to be on the verge of 60 by 1:00 this afternoon. i do expect that that's about our high in boston this afternoon so 60 there, 21 in beverly, 61 in plymouth and 62 high from norwood to bedford to lawrence to nashua. worcester today at 58 , 56 in chatham. i mean this is really, really warmest that you would see all week long afternoon yes looking a little bit brighter but do count on some scattered clouds, clouds that will then increase overnight with showers
developing after midnight from north to south and this is future cast at 7:00 tomorrow morning with scattered showers on a front. your morning forecast tomorrow is going to be a wet one at times but by noon time this front is going to be just south of the mass pike, so areas south of the mass pike still have the risk for some afternoon showers north of the mass pike and it is mostly cloudy but dry, so boston does end up drying out, spots like the south coast, so it could take until late afternoon to truly see the threats for showers diminish and got the dryer air that fights its way in, really takes over for the day on sunday but means that we are going to have a clear cold start to the day and right now counting on this slight of sunshine but it is the front to the south wavers at all we will have to bring clouds in over the weekend so i have highs tomorrow that are going to range anywhere from the upper 40s to lower 50s and you know what, similar temperatures expected here for your sunday but it is just going to be a lot brighter and here is 7-day forecast with the weekend
we stay kind of chilly especially sunday morning when you wake up to 30 but 47 not too shabby, we will be at 43 and mostly sunny tuesday nights into wednesday rain, highs in the 50s but we cool down and clear out again for thursday next week. back to you. >> all right, shiri, seven inch spikes were no match for one man still ahead this morning the bizarre attire he had on as tried to hop the newly house. >> daniel: unbelievable firsthand account what went down inside a paris concert hall when terrorists opened fire. >> could see the gunman and looked right at me and shot at me.
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forward to defeat isis. biggest outcome have the evening ready to cooperate in promised consultation with the u.s. in the coming days. metal when terrorists opened fire on crowd and grateful for all the support from fans. >> i want to thank everyone. don't think we could handle without the unique support especially from the french, kids that were there and i feel like we are in it together, especially now and really grateful for that. >> daniel: 89 people were killed during the attack on
concert hall. >> sara: few stores in paris feast and last few days stocking up and tragic events which happened two weeks ago left a lasting impact on their lives. >> a lot more thankful of. >> sara: there are 150,000 americans currently living in france. to trickle in. >> daniel: still ahead how much more money needs to be raised before memorial dedicated to the lost in the station nightclub fire more than a decade ago can be built. >> sara: >> shiri: chance of rain very low and chance for rain tomorrow going up significantly i will time out the chances next. >> michael: tragic killing on thanksgiving day.
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>> daniel: a year ago today snow to the it on the ground. >> today we are soaking up little sunshine. cooler towns like nashua at 38 and providence at 42 and fog and check this out and a little bit of light fog in falmouth to the vineyard and much more so in taunton and a little bit of haze and nashua, new hampshire to concord over to keene, that is dense fog and fitchburg right now visibility under a mile and i mentioned providence, rhode island if you're traveling southward we got the same issue
time today, highs in the 60s with brighter conditions this afternoon but i'm going to time out the wet and cooler changes into the weekend coming up. let's send you back over to catherine, though, not watching the christmas lights, also tracking the road. >> start here on the expressway, incident here going northbound, this is ramp that's partially blocked near granite ave and behind it you're a little bit delayed, 28 miles per hour in quincy but you could see the rest of the expressway moving into the city, in the green, moving pretty well in that spot, shifting west here 495 going southbound there's a stalled vehicle there in westford area and farther west entry ramp blocked in shirley road and another incident too and two eastbound stalled vehicle at jackson road in the spot, couple things to keep in mind if you're in the stretch. here is look at one of the cameras, expressway aerial view of it and see volume really light here as making way into the city and here is look at drive times too and pike from
williams tunnel it will take you 12 minutes 93 from the braintree split to the pike nine minutes and 128 route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls going to take but 22 minutes. sara, over to you. >> sara: tis the season to shop and now that the turkeys are gone stores across the controversy are open and offering up deals for customers over the last few hours. stephanie coueignoux live in braintree at the south shore plaza where doors open and this is unbelievable at midnight, stephanie. >> stephanie: second floor of south shore plaza to give you idea and it is very busy, a lot of excited shoppers but take a look, have my paragrapher zoom into the floor below and see the
are expecting about 51,000 shoppers at all and pink bags and bags from h&m and not just about deals but introduce you to this family and tradition they go out on black friday and have special shirts they make and look for bargains and not just about bargains because it is easy to go oplien and time to get together and enjoy. >> made it a tradition, buy them on your house but decided to put shuts together, brand-new this year. >> stephanie: expecting crowds to come up at 8:00 and where to find the best parking spaces
are few and far between. south shore plaza i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> sara: have you been able to get good deals? >> stephanie: i did leave my wallet in the car because i have seen so many good deals. you can buy empire wardrobe for $20. it is incredible. h&m has good deals and we have seen a lot of them today. >> daniel: profession allying sitters for about $25 an hour. i didn't even know that was a job.
and deal with the camp when the customer needs to show up for whatever time they are waiting for. interesting. >> sara: two people have been arrested on terror attack in hotel attack in west africa. 19 people were killed, more than 100 held hostage when two gunman stored a radisson hotel in the capitol hill city of mali. both killed at the scene but mali arrested two other men and won't say where the men are from and what role they played in the attack and hope suspects will shed more light on the motive for the killings. two groups including one link to al-qaeda have claimed responsibility.
into power. chicago police would not comment on security plans but they would have police officers available throughout the city to ensure public safety, address traffic consideration and support any peaceful demonstration. cpd adds protest have been mainly peaceful and should not stop visitors enjoying the city. and noticed increase in police patrol. >> with regard to last evening it was peaceful and respect it was peaceful. >> reporter: shoppers say the plans won't stop them. >> everyone has things that they believe in and definitely thing to watch. >> we will continue to shop as long as we feel safe.
expect freedom and social justice and hope friday gathering will continue to be peaceful. >> daniel: officer is facing a first-degree murder charge. >> sara: shooting death of local man outside a popular bar near fenway park and today who have been the thirtieth birthday michael henrich was there as this was breaking yesterday morning and back on the scene michael. his family completely devastated by the news on thanksgiving. >> michael: today would have been the thirtieth birthday killed on thanksgiving day and trying to bring the family justice and find whoever shot him outside who's on first bar on yawkey way in shadow of
fenway park. boston police say map was not intended target and innocent and shots range outside a bar on yawkey way. >> mother notified her son won't be home for dinner and devastated about it. >> michael: three other people were shot but expected to be okay. this is the second near who's on first in recent months. >> been nothing but a nuisance for us at the bar for us. >> weren't able to catch the suspect. >> michael: asking witnesses to come forward and the company that operates the mbta's commuter rail released a statement saying he was a beloved conductor and, quote, everyone at the company is
thoughts and sympathies go out the to the family. if you know anyone that might help bring closure and justice to the case, to the family, encouraged to call boston police homicide detective unit right away and we have the contact information on the website at pen myfoxboston.com and, of course, the fox25 news app. live in boston i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> catherine: averaging between 20 and 30 miles per hour as you go from quincy and head into boston and continue to check other spots for you too coming up in just a little bit. for now sending over to shiri. >> shiri: temperatures lower 50s and 10:00 a.m. fog gone and up to 55 but takes until noon to really let a lot of these early morning clouds go
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flag and appeared to be wearing a envelope that jumped the fence at the white house. secret service agents with guns drawn captured the man on the north lawn. this is the third fence jumper at the white house this year. new york mother who left her newborn baby inside of a christmas manger will not be prosecuted. police say baby safe
haven law does apply even though the child was left alone in very unusual spot inside the church. earlier this week fox25 showed you this video of the mother shopping in nearby dollar store just minutes before the child was left. >> daniel: crew at td garden will be busy today. they will hit the ice in matter of few hours. they host rangers in black friday matinee. when it is over the hardwood goes down because celtics host tonight. good news and bad news on the
receiver danny amendola returned to the practice field yesterday and sprained his nay and limited participant in yesterday's practice but there's a chance he could still play on sunday in denver where the other injured and placed on injured reserve with a high ankle sprain. >> daniel: intercept the pass and runs 97 yards other way for td and those were the last points scored in that game. needham winds oldest public school rivalry in the country by the score 12-7 and fox25 sports takes closer look at rivalry
special needham wellesley in game at 6:30. >> catherine: blocked entry ramp near granite avenue and still sluggish even though the incident has cleared and going 28 miles per hour as you head from quincy into the city there and close to the city it does break up a little bit so it should be smooth sailing for you shifting west a little bit there was an incident on 495 since cleared and what you see also two eastbound stalled vehicle there at jackson road and now we wanted to just give you look at one of the cameras, route 1 in saugus moving southbound if you're headed to work and going this way, smooth sailing and, of course, there's stores near here target over on the felsway, lynn fells parkway and also the square one mall and not too much
centers either right now, 128 university ave to the weston tolls take you ten minutes and send over to fox25 storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear because it is going to be a gorgeous day out there to do about anything. >> shiri: already feel it is a gorgeous day based on temperatures and sun not in full blast in most spots and 50 in worcester and boston and plymouth over to norwood at 51, lawrence at 50 , manchester, new hampshire 43 and keene at 39 so the chilly spots that's where we find a little bit of morning fog but in boston, for example, now at 50 you got skies that are going to brighten up once we get into the afternoon, still a ton of dry weather before we hit any of the showers overnight tonight but the warm air is going to be the big story today, along with sunshine and some scattered clouds. i don't expect that we are going to be totally clear this afternoon, i will keep it partly sunny if you will later on today but it is not until around midnight tonight we see the first of the rain move on in.
southeastern massachusetts. that's where temperatures we'll climb into low if not middle 60s, 61 in carver and plymouth, bridgewater brockton to 63, taunton 62 , 62 in braintree this afternoon. boston going to come real close to about 60, same in portsmouth, new hampshire but lower 60s back through lawrence, fitchburg, framingham, worcester today 58 , hyannis pane and these temperatures are more like april or even october veterans late november and upper 40s and you're going to see similar temperatures here for that sunday forecast, boston, for example, 49 tomorrow and 46 on sunday and this is what it looks like tomorrow morning, scattered showers moving from north to south and front going to be very close to the mass pike so along and south of the pike we still
got scattered showers at noon tomorrow, north of the pike although drying out we are still going to have a lot of clouds around, clouds will be very slow to break up tomorrow so count on mostly cloudy skies and southeastern massachusetts straight through the afternoon, you got the ongoing risk for a few showers and then dry out overnight and into sunday and sunday we wake up to clear and cold conditions with wake-up weather in the 20s and 30s and here you can see we get a decent amount of sunshine in place on sunday but if this front to the south wavers at all we will bring a lot more clouds into areas south. so that's something we will have a real close eye on, 7-day forecast and 63 and partly sunny, tomorrow morning showers and south of the pike remember that chance will extend into the afternoon and sunday wake up to 30, high 47, brighter day on sunday sunshine for all and high 43 and 50s back on tuesday but clouds build back in and overnight and through the day on wednesday we will have showers before we dry out again for
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>> daniel: adele just announced first tour in five years. he has not announced any new dates in the united states. it is now the top selling ambum of the year. >> sara: bride's father terminally ill and unlikely live to see his daughter get married in july as planned. instead the couple arranged to get married at bedside in an intensive care unit.
nurses helped the family arrange flowers, balloons and cake and family friend was the pastor. >> although it is a sad time and though we know that the end is not going to be the greatest, we know that they have had this opportunity. >> sara: family members say the father smiled through the entire ceremony and it was not the family's only hospital wedding. on monday the father married his long-time companion. >> daniel: tom brady certainly enjoyed the thanksgiving. he went to facebook to thank fans for support and shared a fun video. tom brady having fun with his kids in big pile of leave as you could see there. he repairs for sunday's game in denver. >> sara: that is show cute. >> daniel: looks like a little scared at first and then dad.
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mostly cloudy skies and 9:00 a.m. 54, 57 at 10:00 this morning and wait until you see how warm two get next. >> daniel: jeb bush: here's the truth you will not hear from our president: we are at war it is the struggle the fate of the united states in leading a to take out isis with
>> sara: mother grieving. >> her son won't be home for thanksgiving decrease what would have been thirtieth birthday. >> shiri: see how long the mild stretch will stick around. >> reporter: friday in full swing getting the best deal with the least amount of hassle. >> daniel: more trouble for trump. >> i don't remember what i said. don't remember. >> daniel: who he may have been mocking and why some say it is unforgivable.
>> daniel: good morning, friday, november 22nd, i hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving i'm daniel miller for gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood if you are just back from shopping you know it is a beautiful day out there. storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear warmer than usual for black friday and we will take it. >> shiri: you know what's incredible 51 in boston that we are starting out with this morning, that is warmer than normal high temperature for this time of the year and lower 50s in beverly at 53, norwood at 53 , parts the merrimac valley all the way down to providence, rhode island we are going to have fog that we deal with the next hour but 50 in worcester, 46 in fitchburg, look be -- looking mild for most of us mid to upper 50s and 60 by lunchtime today, clouds thin out a little bit but always going to have a little bit of cloud cover mixing with the sunshine so let's say partly sunny here and as the sun goes down 5:00 p.m. dark out there we are going to
have middle 50s for folks maybe heading home from work, some of us have to work and do evening shopping, middle 50s and i got another mild morning tomorrow, 58 to 64 for highs today after patchy fog and midst turns partly sunny, problem is tomorrow starts to cool down and we got rain coming in. time out the changes coming up and now julie grauert off today and catherine parrotta in checking live drive time traffic hey, catherine. >> catherine: good morning. look at spots on the roadways right now, start with the expressway moving northbound between quincy and dorchester doing a little bit of slow crawl, averaging 28 miles per hour, does break up a little bit as you get closer to the city. shifting west a little bit something that just popped up, this is 146, worcester providence turnpike, southbound, there's a stalled truck there near 122a main street in the milbury area and then i wanted to move over here and show you
north of the city, 128 and 93 as you're heading from the north toward the city you're doing
all green here on the maps if you do need to commute to work you should be in for smooth sailing there. now let's give you look at one of the cameras, this is the expressway you could see moving past the gas tank, traffic moving okay in that spot and enjoy if you're commuting into work today, look at drive times on the pike take you 22 minutes, on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted
williams tunnel 11 minutes, on 93 braintree split to the pike eight minutes there. daniel, over to you. >> daniel: 8:03 right now, local mother grieving loss of son on thirtieth birthday and shot and killed outside of a fenway bar and we broke this yesterday morning and today police are still looking for leads. michael henrich live at the scene for us and, michael, hoping someone has information they need to find the gunman. >> michael: not just information but potentially video or photographic proof of who did this right here on yawkey way is where this horrible tragedy took place
bar just across the street from fenway park here and we have learned, daniel, the name of the man killed. boston police say he was not the intended target of this violence he was an innocent killed in the cross-fire. boston police say three other people were shot when gun fire rang out around 2:00 a.m. on thanksgiving day but all those three people are expected to be okay. cherry worked for keolis, the company that operated the commuter rail and a conductor was a beloved employee. mayor marty walsh spoke with fox25 about this tragic thanksgiving day loss of life. >> work hard on that because nothing but a nuisance for us. >> michael: that, of course, was police commissioner evans talking about the need to crack down on a bar that has had other incidents of violence in its
now, as we mentioned just a moment ago, boston police looking hard for any witnesses that might have seen anything, might know who did this or might have video or pictures on the cell phone on what happened and foe into that on next report and, of course, get you that part of the interview with mayor marty walsh that i mentioned earlier. again, all of that coming up in 30 minutes. live in boston, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> daniel: nba looking into altercation outside a back bay nightclub which may involve star player. tmz says this is video philadelphia center punching man outside the storyville nightclub and 19-year-old was reportedly being taunted by someone near the club when the altercation happens. tmz says no arrests were made, 76ers say they are aware of the incident. >> sara: fox25 looking to get more information about this woman reported missing when she
didn't show up to thanksgiving dinner. betty kaiser's son-in-law said she was supposed to spend the holiday but never showed up. she lives in foxborough and police confirm a report has been filed. sara: lining up overnight and be first in lien at local best buy. the holy shopping day is here and stores say they are starting to see more and more shoppers arrive. >> daniel: that's right. stephanie coueignoux, you have been live for us in braintree at the south shore plaza all morning where the cash registers they literally have been ringing now. >> stephanie: people very busy and now hungry and you wouldn't think it had be that busy at 8:00 in the morning but people are getting serious meals here and managers did tell me 8:00
right about now that's when they are expecting the crowds to start picking up and there was the peak between 11:00 p.m. and 2:00 a.m. and then there was a little bit of lull we have been showing you live here on fox25 all morning but again if you are thinking about heading out now really is the time to do so because i just spoke with the manager a short time ago and this is what he had to say. >> right now walk through without a lot of lines and come here at 1:00 this afternoon it will be busy and parking lot will be full, register lines will be full so we will see 8:00, 9:00 will build and busier and busier and 2:00 we peak. >> stephanie: coming back here live we are on the second floor here in the mall and see down below see folks walking around and it has been a slow and steady pace and really because
friday that's really helped to disperse the crowds and shopping is not yet over and best deals the shoppers have told us they have gotten so far this morning, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> sara: shoppers at wrentham outlets will find more security. uniformed and undercover officers will be stationed inside and outside of the mall all in response to the recent terror attacks in paris. the outlet says the mall is tourist destination so they are taking extra precautions there. there's no specific threat against the shopping center. many people are getting the deals without sacrificing family time this year. more shoppers are cashing in on deals online with record billion dollars in sales happening on thanksgiving. the number of people shopping on mobile devices is also up. experts predict more people
shopping with mobile device. sara: millis police officer dead after faking a shot-out a few months ago. autopsy will be performed to determine just how he died. last week fox25 reported johnson was formerly charged for shooting at his own cruiser and calling in bomb threat to high school and told investigators he blacked out and d.a. says prosecutors will no longer pursue the case because of johnson's death. >> daniel: illegal guns taken off the street, one happened yesterday morning, other late wednesday night and each case man in his 20s tried to run off when police arrived but was caught and now two men are facing illegal weapons charges. police say the two incidents are not related. >> sara: norwood police
searching for a cold hearted criminal helping kids with cancer. this is surveillance video from convenience store on walpole street. you could see the man inside of aj's market. watch as grabs a can with donations for the jimmy fund and man hides the can and starts to walk off. sara: nashua man facing charge in two states. police say 28-year-old maurice dejesus led police on high-speed chase. he was captured after crashing a car in groton and officers say he was also suspected of robbing a convenience store in nashua last weekend. sara: crash happened ace morning at 15 easterny into square and damage was minimal and both people inside were taken to the hospital and expected to be okay.
operating without a license. >> daniel: group called yesterday to take expecting mother to the hospital but by the time they got there she was already in the final stages of labor and it was too late to move her. they ended up delivering the baby at the home and mother had had a difficult pregnancy and there were several complications during the delivery. paramedics say they were prepared for every scenario. both mom and new baby are doing well. >> catherine: give you one incident on the map 495 in the lawrence area recovery work going on before 495 and keep an eye on that spot. so far no delays because of it and check some other spots coming up in just a few minutes too.
>> shiri: anyone traveling fog lifting and take you hour-by-hour changes to temperature and skies today next. >> daniel: not everyone wants to wait in line for hours to get black friday savings. >> sara: there's a way around that. how much some are shelling out to have someone else hold their place in line. >> daniel: first governor remains unsettled about allowing refugees into the bay state and questions he has in the there's a better way to specialized surgery that's right for you:
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>> reporter: new york times reporter has a condition that causes contortions in his limb and story for the washington post in 2001 that referred to people allegedly seen celebrating the 9/11 attack. >> what happened. >> reporter: he does not remember anyone finding thousands or hundreds of people as trump has claimed. trump denies mocking him saying in statement in part if he is handicapped i would not know because i do not know what he looks like and if i did know i would not say anything about his appearance. he previously worked at new york daily news where he covered trump. it is the latest eyebrow raising moment for the gop front runner who said he wished the election was next week. >> i wish we could move this up,
pick dates for election. i want to pick my date. i want it next tuesday. i want it tuesday. >> reporter: trump is leading and more than two months before republican voters starting making pick. >> daniel: governor tells harold -- herald hopes to talk to the state department for refugees before they are allowed into the u.s. and 30 governors oppose having refugees from syria into the u.s. and reportedly posed as refugees to enter europe. >> daniel: canada's governor donating money to help syrian refugees. it was promised during the
and help resettle thousands of refugees in canada. some 25,000 people fleeing syria are expected in canada over the next few months. >> catherine: give check of roads now in 8:18 and one problem spot expressway going northbound you could see you're sluggish between quincy and dorchester and only averaging about 28 miles per hour in that spot, breaks up a little bit as you get closer to the city. moving north i want to point this out, 93 northbound recovery work before 495 and in the lawrence area not seeing any delays because of it and 12893 from the north moving toward the city and moving along just fine this morning and good news if you're commuting in that direction if you have to be at work today and cameras, zakim bridge, leverett connector,
drive times, route 1128 to the tobin bridge leverett connector about 20 minutes there on 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls that's going to be a 21 minute ride and now we are going to send over to fox25 storm tracker whether meteorologist shiri spear because good news on the way for us anyway. >> shiri: open the door, open the window, you know it is mild. early fog mixing out right now for the next hour and then see partly sunny skies the rest of the day with april like high temperatures and then we got rain at this time tomorrow so expect to see a lot more clouds and yes, rain drops in your saturday morning forecast. temperaturewise right now 51 in boston, normal high temperatures for this time of year only in the upper 40s. so this is great stuff. this is about ten to 15 above average and not record setting heat but significant. 55 at 10:00 a.m. by noon time
afternoon in boston and friday night 6:00 p.m. 55 and 8:00 p.m. 54 . but high temperatures do peak at about 59 if not 60 in boston, lower 60s beverly and over to lawrence over to bedford i have worcester at 57, keene, new hampshire at 58 but lower 60s new bedford and plymouth and the vineyard today loving this but it is a one day affair because things really start to cool down as we got the cold front coming through with rain during the day tomorrow. future cast here at 4:00 p.m. i know it is looking awful bright and counting on clouds mixing in though through the afternoon so we will call it partial sun by the time you wake up tomorrow morning it is going to be cloudy, there will be scattered showers around, not going to be pouring everywhere, a lot of this rain will be patchy and light through the morning hours as it moves from north to south. noon time the front is around the mass pike, so mass pike southward i think it is underdone here, still going to be a little bit of rain around, north of the pike from boston into northern mass, southern new hampshire, still a ton of
slowly, not until the evening we truly see southeastern massachusetts get rid of risk for rain, don't think it will be pouring all afternoon but think it will be couple widely scattered showers until we hit the evening hours tomorrow and clear and cold when you wake up on sunday, sunday weak up temperatures 20s and 30s and it is going to be freezing as the sun comes up and then we got this great little piece of sunshine in place for sunday but i will say this. some of my models indicating that we are going to get the front lifting a little northward and if it happens it will be clouds in particular area south getting in on cloud cover, that would include cape and islands and tomorrow you got clouds, you got showers and highs in the lower 50s followed by upper 40s here on sunday and then you see we have partly cloudy versus areas north of boston where sunday going to be sun filled and 46 in salisbury
cooler across the lakes and mountains and monday of next week wake up to the 20s, high of 43 and brightest day of the upcoming week tuesday clouds fill back in and highs in the 50s but overnight tuesday night three the day on wednesday we are going to have more rain, potentially heavy rain at that, and then by thursday we will clear out and cool down with high of only 49. back to you guys. >> sara: shiri, seven inch spike were no match for one man. bizarre attire he had on as he tried to top the new reinforced fence at the white house. >> daniel: what went down inside a paris concert hall when terrorists opened fire. >> look at me and shot at me. >> daniel: band on stage at
and russia met yesterday. russian jet that crashed and putin now ready to operate with u.s. led coalition with terrorist led organization and promised consultation with the u.s. in coming days. >> sara: members of california band when terrorists attacked the concert are recalling the night of horror. eagles of death metal were on stage when terrorists opened fire on the crowd and band says it is grateful for all the support from fans after the massacre. >> i want to thank everyone for everything they have done for us don't think anyone could handle without the bizarre unique support especially from the french, kids that were there, i feel like we are in it together, especially now and really am
grateful for that. >> sara: 89 people were killed during the attack on concert hall. sara: donations continue to trickle in. >> daniel: how much more need to be donated for the station nightclub fire memorial can be built. >> shiri: tomorrow we a significantly higher chance of rain and going to time out the showers coming up.
on ava man gunned down early on >> sara: live look at south shore plaza where hunters are hunting out the best friday deals and complex been open for nearly nine hours now and seen people snagging up presence and taking a quick power nap on some of the couches so far. thank you so much for joining us, everybody, i'm sara underwood. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. hope you had a wonderful
>> catherine: roads looking pretty good. >> daniel: yes. >> shiri: 51 in boston and lawrence and bedford, 54 norwood, providence your temperature has really shot up to about 50 now which means the fog is also lifting now and 47 now in nashua, new hampshire. just want to give you quick little preview. you know, i have had island visibility all morning and definitely improving out in taunton we had dense fog this morning no longer the case boston looking a-okay, nashua now the fog is out of the picture, keene we got a little bit left, fitchburg a little bit left and i bet you anything next hour we check that it is totally gone. day planner going to shape up like this, jump up to 60 at noon time today, it is going to be breezy, we got gusts between 20 and 30 miles per hour which is probably going to pick up on but not going to be any kind of damaging wind, maybe a pony tail day if you're headed out to do
shopping, 3:00 p.m. 63 and warm and bright and 7:00 p.m. clouds increasing and drop it down to 55 and show you though when the wet weather rolls back in within the next 24 hours coming up. back over to catherine for check on the roads. >> catherine: talking about the expressway northbound between quincy and dorchester not too severe what we would typically see on friday morning and sluggish some spots and averaging 35 miles per hour but that's really the only big problem spot on this map. s this is an incident popping up 93 northbound in the lawrence area, before 495 there's recovery work that's ongoing there and then i want to shift down here, give you look at 12893 from the north heading toward the city and you could see that's smooth sailing at this hour which is very unusual but you can thank day after thanks for that if you're heading into work today, traffic moving past the gas tank quincy on expressway there and you can see that it is moving pretty well at this hour volume not as
drive times on route 3 going to take you nine minutes and 24 it will take you about eight minutes and then on 95 from 495 to 128, 12 minute ride there. sara, over to you. >> sara: catherine, it is just 27 days until christmas and shoppers are feeling the heat. they turned out in smalls across the bay state this morning and have been going strong for hour. fox25 stephanie coueignoux is live in braintree at the south shore plaza where the doors opened at midnight. good morning, stephanie. >> stephanie: oh my gosh, i have to tell you all of these shoppers either are drinking coffee, eating doughnuts or some sort of combination because they are just buzzing this morning. we are standing outside of pink which is actually one of the most popular stores and take a look, you can actually see earlier they put this barricade up for all of those lines. that has since dissipated but store managers and managers are saying that they are expecting
those crowds ramp up and take a look and crowds are starting to gather but i have to tell you, we have been keeping track of the most popular shopping bags that we have been seeing and this i have to tell you is the number one. again, this is pink. this is borrowed from a shopper and i will return it very quickly. most popular and h&m and lord and taylor the third most popular bag we have been seeing in 51,000 customers this entire black friday season and earlier i spoke with a woman that waited in line for two hours, went shopping for five hours. i said hey, you can go online, why do you need to come here? and she said this is truly all about enjoying the tradition. >> waiting in line for hours is fun.
friends and all hang out, it is fun. >> stephanie: this is when the officers will be ramping up through 2:00 and if you want to go on black friday shopping, you're going to have to contend with the crowds, if you want lowell after 2:00 that's really best bet from south shore plaza, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> sara: so have you had any time for yourself this morning to find any sweet deals, stephanie? >> stephanie: you know what, i have been doing a lot of window shopping, sara, and i have been taking copious amounts of notes, so after my shift is done, i will be spending about seven hours. i have a whole list but the good news is there are a lot of good bargains for anyone. so definitely it is fun. just a fun time, sara. >> sara: thank you so much and hope you find good things. >> daniel: company in new york city taking hassle out of the holiday. same old line dude offers line
sitters for $25 an hour and wait in average one line a day all year around. deal with the camp out, customer needs to show up in time for whatever they are waiting for. >> sara: today protestors in way of savings. it is in protest of graphic video showing a police officer shooting 17-year-old lakwan mcdonald shot 16 times. >> reporter: religious leaders and organization say their goal stop shoppers. >> why do you want that in city of chicago? >> would you rather have violence? let's hit the pocket book rather than breaking window and turning over cars. >> reporter: also joining march is chicago's teacher union karen lewis and encouraging her members to participate to say, quote, it is time to turn our
out tonight. >> this is reverend president of the coalition. operate with sense of dignity. >> reporter: chicago presence not -- expected to have a large presence friday and have police officers available throughout the city to ensure public safety, address traffic consideration and support peaceful demonstrations. cpd adds it is mainly quiet protest. >> it is peaceful. >> reporter: it won't stop shoppers. >> i have say it stopped me because everything has things
interesting thing to watch. >> they have right to protest. don't want it to come out of control. we will continue to shop as long as we feel safe. >> reporter: respect freedom adding they hope friday gathering will continue to be peaceful. >> sara: officer accused facing first-degree murder charge. >> daniel: investigating shopping death at bar near fenway park. today would have been thirtieth birthday. fox25 michael henrich live for us this morning. you're on this breaking news yesterday morning for us, michael, and family devastated by the news on thanksgiving. so heartbreaking. >> michael: heartbreaking situation. my words exactly for family
break hearts even more today would have been thirtieth birthday. this morning boston police are trying to bring closure or at least some sense of justice for this family by investigating what happened at the who's on first bar behind me here on yawkey way on thanksgiving day morning. boston police say man not intended target and innocent when shops rang out outside a bar on yawkey way. >> mother notified early this morning son won't be home for dinner and she is devastated about it. >> daniel: others shot but expected to be okay and second shooting on who's on first in months. >> we will work hard on the bar because it has been nothing but a nuisance for us. >> michael: officers were on patrol in the block and heard the gunshots thursday morning. >> unfortunately it was such a crowd scattering weren't able to catch the suspect. >> investigators are asking any
of the hundreds of potential witnesses to come forward with any pictures or video they might have for the scene. as for chery, keolis, company that operates mbta commuter rail, released a statement saying he was beloved conductor and, quote, everyone at the company saddened by the loss and our thoughts and sympathies go out to the family. if you know anything about this case, know who might have done this to this man who have have turned 30 today, encouraged to call the boston police homicide unit today. live in boston, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: breaking news right now. two people arrested at hotel in west africa. 19 people were killed, more than 100 held hostage when two gunman stormed radisson in capital city of mali. both gunman were killed at the scene but they arrested two
where they are from and what role they played in the attack and investigators hope they shed light on motive for the killings two groups including one link to al-qaeda have claimed responsibility. massachusetts native was among those killed inside that hotel. anita kitar was born in western massachusetts and raised in new jersey and worked for nonprofit that provided medical services in west africa. >> catherine: route 12 in south bridge street rather there's an accident at prospect street in the auburn area and not seeing too much delay behind it and getting slightly slow in the area and keep an eye on that and check other spots in a bit. for now shiri. >> shiri: black friday forecast and a lot of clouds around, slowly start to break up so by 10:00 a.m. 55 , 58 by noon, seeing partial sun and show you where the temperatures
>> daniel: newborn baby found abandoned in a manger and coming up next the police track down the mother and why they say they won't press charges against her. >> sara: year off the road adele will begin to travel but you will have to travel a ways to see her. >> two uncle did 32, 33 years boston 5-day forecast also and father boston police officer.
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>> sara: man appeared to be carrying an envelope that jumped the white house fence and the president and family were at home celebrating thanksgiving at the time and guns drawn quickly captured the man in the front lawn. this is the third fence jumper this year. sara: new york mother that left her newborn baby will not be prosecuted. safe haven law does apply even though it was left in unusual spot and this video of mother
shopping nearby dollar store moments before the child was left. >> daniel: group hoping to build memorial making progress and reaching goal. station fire memorial foundation says it has recently received several large donations. so far the group raised $1.3 million. it needs 2 million to complete the memorial. 100 people died when fire destroyed the west warrick rhode island club during a great white concert in 2003. >> sara: we are learning more about a health scare involving costco. they have linked vegetables to e. coli heartbreak caused by costco's chicken salad. chain stopped production last week and so far 19 people have become sick in seven states. the fda says vegetable mix including celery and onion is source of the contamination. >> catherine: look at live drive time traffic and start in
out big troubled spot of the day and see that is starting to improve now at this hour, couple small sluggish spots here on the map and those spots only averaging 35 miles per hour and really more of a smooth sailing situation now as you're headed into boston on the expressway going northbound and if you have been noticing icon in boston what that is, just letting you know there are going to be couple events at the garden and some point later on today over here there's the accident route 12 south bridge street prospect street in auburn area not seeing too many delays around that and i want to give you look at one of the cameras, route 1 saugus and this is going southbound and showing you area around lynn fells parkway and a little bit light right now but wanted to let you know and lynn fells parkway and square one mall as well and shouldn't encounter problems there and 12 minutes on 93 from the braintree split to the pike, eight minutes 128 from route 1 in peabody to
the weston tolls and it will take you about 20 minutes to get through that stretch. for now over to fox25 shiri spear and sun is shining there in all of those cameras. >> shiri: 10 miles per hour winds and winds going to cut from time to time and enter the afternoon you might notice feeling a little bit breezy but stay partly sunny and stay dry and two pollard's funeral home you see that 59, wouldn't be surprised if got up to 60 today there in boston and worcester 50 right now and see similar warm-up today, not going quite as high, carry you upper 50s later this afternoon with same mix of sunshine ask scattered clouds and big picture showers well off to the north and west and those come into play overnight tonight and in particular during the day
lot of dry weather to get through here that features warmer than average temperatures so future cast here let's take you through the rest of the day and couple on and off clouds and partial sun, mild temperatures, i will say perfect weather if doing any shopping or have the day off and eat leftovers and got temperatures that head into the lower 60s, taunton at 62 and today braintree and scituate and merrimac valley and coolest temperatures this morning and nashua in the 30s this morning but 60 this afternoon and nashua lawrence 60 , essex 58, a little cooler along the coastline, new hampshire 59 , 59 in hyannis and lower 60s new bedford, norwood, framingham, fitchburg and 57 don't think anybody can possibly complain about the temperatures because it is two months ahead of the temperatures
this is more like normal mid to upper 50s that we get over the weekend, check out rainy forecast for the day tomorrow and then the sunshine especially north as we enter sunday so 7:00 tomorrow morning with future cast front draped across southern new england and that means all the way from southern new hampshire to the cape we have showers that will be in place and widely scattered and mostly lied so it is not going to rain all day but through noon time i think it is a safe bet that you need to plan around some wet roads, some wet conditions, even at noon with that front right here close to the mass pike along south of the pike and showers and even at 8:00 p.m. southeastern massachusetts you still got that slight risk of a little bit of rain and not raining all day long and front well to the south and drying out north to the south and don't think we will be able to shake off clouds very quickly and saturday forecast
mostly cloudy and cool conditions as wake up for sunday and 7-day forecast always in view mid-and upper 40s on sunday and cooler on monday you wake up to the twenties, high 43 and going to be the brightest day and tuesday we have clouds and continue through most of wednesday before we dry out and cool down again for thursday.
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year. >> daniel: something different to swipe to pay for purchases and all in the name of security. >> reporter: jetblue to target to home depot they all suffered credit card breaches putting millions of information into the hands of hackers. this holiday shopping season could be a bit safer thanks to new technology. computer microchips and every time a chip sword swiped creates unique transaction code that cannot be used again. >> cut down substantially the ability criminal to use the cards at retail point of sale which is what they are doing now in large part. >> reporter: getting new card minor inconvenience to consumers but bit more hassle to businesses.
transition is overwhelming and costly. >> whole approach is costly, incomplete and monopoly industry at my expense. >> october 1st deadly set for all businesses to get new chip compliant machines. some recommend in order to the chips to be most effective at protecting consumers they should be used in conjunction with pin number, common practice in europe and only requiring a signature. the american banking association maintains pins are only helpful if your card is lost or stolen. in washington, mike emanuel, fox news. >> sara: donation jar swiped from convenience store and sneaky move this manmade when he stole money meant to help kids with cancer. >> shiri: these are conditions you're going to encounter 9:00 a.m. 52 and 57 by
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