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>> catherine: investigating a triple shooting. witnesses describe the scene coming up. >> julie: latest breaking details have the scene. >> sara: riders get back on the rails just one day after a red line train flew down the tracks with no one behind the wheel. the big questions federal and state officials say they need answered too this morning. coverage. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: julie watching roads all morning long. fog still very serious problem. fox25 storm tracker meteorologist sarah wroblewski when can we look for a break in
>> julie: it has been tough. >> sarah: zero visibility along the north shore, norwood a quarter mile and improvement southeast and boston expected to see that dense fog advisory continue for southeastern new hampshire to 11:00 so the fog will take its time but has parts of massachusetts. clearing will take place over the next couple of hours and going to work away clouds and boost the temperatures for the 40s and 50s across the southeast, 30s and 40s to the northwest. boy, we will be expecting to see breaks in cloud cover, lunch hour, we are into the 50s near 60 in some spots this afternoon. still mild this evening, mild for date night plans. as for the weekend now tracking the chance for shower or two and walk about that forecast coming up. let's get check of roadways now
how are things looking? >> julie: things looking good. volume really reasonable. 93 south moving along at decent clip. aren't even that slow on 128 southbound, average speed on the pike 61 miles per hour. here is fog though that's causing the problems through brighton still very thick. live drive times for you, 24 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 17 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 27 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. we are still following breaking news in north reading. now at 9:00 we have information on deadly car crash. 39-year-old driver struck a house and died on scene. right now police and fire crews are determining what caused her to crash. they are looking at dense fog they have been telling you about all morning as factor. family was inside the home at the time but was not hurt. investigators now -- inspectors are making sure it is safe for everyone to go back inside. >> julie: that's not the only
also happened on may street here in worcester. overnight crew heard about it before 3:00 a.m. at the scene we found a front door completely smashed in and porch ripped off the house. our photographer tells us it appears the driver ran from the scene and there's no word if anyone inside the house was hurt investigating right now. >> sara: we will be following up on this breaking news all day two people shot and killed in revere, third seriously injured. gunman is still out there. fox25 catherine parrotta is live on the scene in revere and, catherine, neighbors understandably rattled overthis. >> catherine: yeah, i just spoke with one man that actually has friends that live in this building up on the top floor. he told me that they are really in tough shape right now. he tells me good friends with one of the victims and tells me at least one of the victims lived in an apartment in this building that was on the first floor, right-hand side of this building, so basically the apartment that we would be looking at right now, according
friends in the building and investigation ongoing tite and want to give you look at video because this was the scene just about two hours ago and investigators had been here overnight and this was how it looked as they were just coming out of the building preparing to clear the scene in term of who was here, revere police, state police and members of the gang unit all here overnight and into the morning. this happened around 8:30:30 last night at apartment at 70 waite street, three people were shot, 66-year-old man and 35-year-old woman were killed, that's information that was just confirmed by state police within the past hour. 38-year-old man was seriously injured. official are not identifying them by name right now but i just interviewed man last half hour who had been visiting a friend here last half hour. he was outside having a cigarette when a man he has seen here before walked in just as the door was about to close to the apartment building and he went in the direction where the shooting happened minutes later. here is what the man told me.
loud bangs in gunshot and didn't want to stick around, i want to be honest. guy walked past me and having a cigarette while this was happening and any moment i could have been part of this just because i was a bystander. >> catherine: police did confirm and no arrest have been made and man you just heard from and giving them a statement about what he saw while he was here. again, him saying that he has friends who live in this building. they are going to learn from that witness coming up again next half hour, live here in revere, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> julie: police investigating overnight stabbing if the financial district. victim taken to mass general and so far we have no word on this condition. >> sara: this morning police say there are no survivors in
california. the chopper went down in remote area between fresno and bakersfield. dense fog was reported at the time. pilot, nurse, paramedic and patient all killed. coworkers at helicopter crew at the company's holiday party when they learned about this tragedy. >> julie: it is 9:06. we continue to follow the developing news about mbta train that flew down the track for several minutes without a conductor. this is breaking news yesterday morning, and today official are meeting how that could have happened. fox25 jessica reyes is live at the braintree station, and you have been speaking with commuters all morning as feds jess? >> jessica: we have, julie and caught up with some people that were on board yesterday and really trying their best to put that behind them, some of them even getting on that very same train here this morning. now, we know state and local investigators are going to be meeting later on today to try to here. we do know that driver's name is
for the mbta for 28 years. authorities say he stepped off the train in order to bypass a broken signal but as seen as he did he left the station with 50 people on board. the terrifying ride went on for nine minutes until power was finally canit to the third rail in north quincy. this morning people that depend on the train were back here for the 6:09 once again today. one woman says it is scary to think about what happened, she is thankful more than anything else. >> life has to go other and thank god and mary and heavenly angels driving. >> jessica: when this happened yesterday morning it is possible somebody may have tampered with the train but last night they dade they are leaning more toward operator error and right now the investigation continues and as it is going on that driver is now on leave.
reyes, fox25 news. >> julie: fox25 will be working on the investigation all day and our team will be following up on all angles and keep it here and online for all the new details. >> sara: on the heel of controversial comments about muslims donald trump has the strongest lead yet. trump has 27% backing but another poll out within the last hour shows americans nationwide oppose his plan. our kyla campbell is breaking it all down for us this morning from washington d.c. good morning, kyla. >> kyla: good morning. nearly 60% of americans polled by cbs news oppose trump's plan and two-thirds say a ban on foreign muslims in our country would go against founding principals of the u.s. the poll also asked people if they would support federal database to track muslims in the u.s. and big differences between political parties. 60% of republicans favor a
oppose it. as you mention a new wbur poll shows trump has strongest lead yet among likely primary voters in new hampshire with chris christie moving into 2nd place but keep in mind, that poll was done combination of before and after trump made his controversial comments about the ban, temporary ban on muslims entering the united states. live in washington, kyla campbell, fox25 news. >> julie: large group of night. >> muslims are our neighbors. >> julie: protesters gathered accused trump being a racist and bigot and new england police benevolent association endorsed trump. trump says he is not politically like him. >> i said illegal immigration and people start thinking and two weeks later, three weeks
>> julie: trump made a promise to the police union if he is elected killing police officer will be automatic death penalty sentence. julie: hillary clinton voicing her own opinion when it comes to donald trump's controversial comments on immigration. last few days instagram posted with caption tell trump hate not an american value. republicans aren't jumping on love spreading bandwagon and one poll compared likability of that to porcupine. >> sara: danvers trial has been postponed. the lead defense attorney got sick so they postponed until monday. it led to tense moments in court. >> for once i'm listening inside my head that tells me not if the
>> sara: colleen ritzer's mother broke down in court after hearing news of delay. again, closing arguments set to begin on monday and once the verdict comes down we will have it here for you on fox25. well also send out an alert on our free news app. >> julie: track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. morning fog that has been very pesky still lingering. this is the clearest we have seen through brighton so far. here is sarah with the forecast. >> sarah: improvement and i have to point out national weather service just issued the fog advisory to noon across eastern areas, so it has been extended for visibility issues. in fact, coming up i will show what you to expect for your area as well as how high temperature will go because that warm-up it
public for demanding justice and protest have been daily. they are also asking to rahm emanuel step down. >> julie: jury finds guilty on 18 sexual assault charge. 13 women testified against daniel holtzclaw. prosecutors said he targeted and raped them singling out poor black women with carbon monoxide backgrounds and some of the them came to the police department saying they never thought anybody would believe them. >> sara: this morning the investigation into the san bernardino terror attacks is focused on lake in california. the suspects may have visited a park on the day of the shooting that left 14 people dead.
piece of evidence could be in the water. >> gene: tips led dive teams to the lake. >> we will leave no stone unturned. >> gene: missing hard drive may have information on syed farook and tashfeen malik terrorist ties. >> we are building a timeline of everything we know to ensure that we can retrace every step they took. >> gene: investigators believe farook was connected to radicalized group in california three years ago. in 2012 prosecutors charged four men with planning to blow up u.s. military base in afghanistan, but the fbi only now learning farook was in the same social circle as that cabir and cabir was sentenced in 25 years in prison. >> it shows there's network that's emerging slowly for law enforcement folks.
cotton in two -- a terror attack and admits to buying rifles used in san bernardino attacks and he raised his rights and cooperating and haven't been charged and cleaning up mess after a federal raid. his mother saying marques is good person who was friends with farook and nothing more, but three years after marques and farook's apparent connection they did attack. >> sara: search in the lake could continue for days. gene: federal authorities looking at large batch of cell phones purchased in missouri. they have been buying phones across the state. they are not sure if the purchases are connected but are concerned since prepaid phones cannot be traced and can be used
>> julie: it is now 9:17. good morning. volume so nice and light and remind me of the 4:00 a.m.-hour. 93 south moving along nicely, pike looks good, the issue is fog, however, it is finally starting to lift in some places that were completely fogged out all morning. here are live drive times, 23 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave and 14 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 21 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. even though we saw less fog in that shot of the pike, sara, -- sarah, you're saying dense fog. >> sarah: showed you 9:00 hour it expired and national weather service had reissued until the area and still have pockets of dense fog and all about the location. live look at city of boston and now see we had breaks earlier, clouds rolling back in, temperatures in the upper 40s so it is mild but the visibility it is varying.
cape looks fine in the arm of the cape and then you head to visibility. same goes once you leave boston you're near-zero visibility and new hampshire jaffrey showing zero visibility and track pockets of dense fog unseasonably today and tomorrow and through the week watching temperature well above average and also tracking another system with more significant rain on the way and perhaps monday into tuesday something will be watching closely. as for the rain that we are seeing across the map, nothing really happening too much and concerned about the system here providing few spot showers but for the most part we are in the warm sector ahead of a cold front that is going to be the culprit of some cooler weather arriving for this weekend but not cooler than average i should say. so what we got going on right
and 40s, 50s across the southeast. typically 43 is our normal high for this time of year. so we are already doing pretty well despite the clouds and fog out there. as we head on through the morning, clouds will continue to break apart, we will see some sunshine, we will go with a mix of sun and clouds this afternoon fog may hang tough especially along the coast for some locations but throughout the day temperatures are just going to be on the mild side. upper 50s to near 60 and here we are taking look at our future cast showing that this front is going to continue to push southward through new england on saturday but again, we are going to be on the mild side, so looking at near 60 and looks as though boston you're going to be right there either side of this weather boundary, but this boundary is going to provide some clouds and even the risk of a spot shower and temperatures
bit in boston on sunday from the upper 50s to low 50s and still this is above average. take look at 7-day forecast and you will see this trend continues with weekend always in view saturday the pick of the weekend, more clouds and risk of that shower on sunday. temperatures warm ahead of that wind and rain monday night into tuesday and then we will see temperatures fall back into the 50s as we continue the mild stretch through the week. over to you. >> sara: local dog is poisoned and family says their neighbor is to blame. what she was allegedly caught doing on camera that nearly killed that puppy. >> julie: coming up next
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>> sara: lawmakers are wanting to regulates daily fantasy sports games. they need some way to monitor the fast growing industry on daily basis and technology is changing faster than lawmakers connect. crosby says fantasy spots could go regulated by the gaming commission, state lottery or brand-new agency. sara: boston globe getting ready for big move. the paper leaving current headquarters in dorchester to be closer to the heart of the city. it is moving to state street in 2017. the globe says it is about putting journalists in walking
statehouse and many other important headquarters in boston >> julie: it is 9:24. three largest u.s. air lines are banning hover boards because of fire danger. this video from hover board inside a washington mall. delta, american and united say the boards aren't welcome on flights as carry on or in checked luggage. consumer product safety commission investigating the causes of the fires. the toy is expected to be a top seller this year. >> sara: fight has started on capitol hill for 9/11 benefits first responders. advocates want health benefits permanently for responders and survivors but some senators aren't ready to renew the program. 34 senators have not signed the plan. many say they are concerned about how to pay for the program. >> there are a lot of sponsors about you you're not one of them. >> talking about the funding. haven't seen it yet and step up and be a sponsor. >>
still money left to pay medical bills for first responders and has and senate are committed to reauthorizing the program. >> julie: touching moment for soldier and his son as they were reunited for the holidays. yesterday 60-year-old tristan pagliuca was surprised by his dad. he was called to open up a huge president and guess who was inside. >> i'm tristan's dad. i just got back from korea and i have been gone for a year. >> he is six years old and that's what he wanted more than anything else. he wanted his dad home. >> >> julie: family will be relocated again. >> sara: 9:26 and follow developments about the runaway red line train.
that will be posed at meeting later today and what passengers who are on that abandoned train told us this morning. >> sarah: temperatures will climb above average into the 50s once again and plus a little bit cooler weather moving in for the weekend and i have the details ahead. >> julie: soldier that was held by the taliban for five years is telling his side of the >> over my head. >> julie: coming up to the first time he reveals the every coconut has a dream. to come out of its shell. its true, inner beauty. and then, in an ironic twist, chocolate and almonds. almond joy mounds. what every coconut wants. praised as one of america's best mayors who governed as a pragmatist.
>> julie: breaking news out of revere and police searching for suspects and live report coming up in moments. good morning, everyone. happy friday. we will get to that in a moment. i'm julie grauert. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. storm tracker meteorologist sarah wroblewski is here. >> sarah: we are still dealing with visibility under a mile in some locations, so take
it ease out there, there's a dense fog advisory for new hampshire until 11 eastern mass until noon and
boston right now. so you can make up some of the buildings a little bit better visibility here but still we got the low clouds in place. take a look at that though, temperatures in the upper 40s and continues to see temperatures ride mid to upper 50s as
we head through the afternoon and surely we will see some sunny breaks and as we head into the weekend we are also looking at temperatures near 60 by saturday with mix of sun and clouds and by sunday we are going to introduce more clouds, chance of shower and cooler conditions. some spots will be stuck in the 40s and 50s, i will break it down for you coming up and let's get check of traffic with julie grauert. >> julie: volume remains light, lingering fog problem maltic still. traffic flow is bright green, so looks more like 4:00 a.m. than 9:30 portion of the show and moving along nicely and this is one of the better shots of the zakim we have seen, fogged out through most of the morning. here are live drive times 13 minutes on the pike from the
tunnel and 11 minutes on the babysitter split to the pike and 28 minutes 128 south route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. we continue to update breaking news out of north reading where a female drive was killed when her car struck a house. the accident happened on elm street after 6:00 this morning. right now it is unclear what caused the deadly crash but there was a dense fog advisory in place at the time. they say the victim is 39-year-old wilmington woman but her name has not been released. police say the family was inside of the home at the time but wasn't hurt. inspectors are now on scene making sure it is safe before everyone goes back inside. >> sara: riders get back on the rails after a red line train flew down the track without a conductor. >> julie: this was breaking news yesterday morning. fox25 jessica reyes is live at the braintree station. jess, riders have to get back on the train today despite being a little nervous.
and told me the worst part of the whole experience was not knowing if they were ever going to make it off the runaway train yesterday but this morning they are doing their best to get back into the normal routines and many of them getting right back on the very same train this morning. >> is this happening? >> >> jessica: terrifying ride some passengers got right back this morning. trying to put the whole thing behind them. >> door to the front of the train wide open and there's nobody there. >> jessica: paul diangle lowe terrifying moments with the commute this morning and people on board knew something was wrong when the train barreled through four stops and was right there at group of riders broke into the area where the drive sits. >> one of the guys started pounding on the door trying to get attention pushing on button and no response, no response, and one guy kicking door and opened up and nobody in there. >> jessica: we learned the train rolled out of the braintree station seconds after
bypass broken signal and made it all the way to north quincy unmanned until power was cut to the rail. passengers still have a lot of questions this morning but many are just overwhelming grateful this wasn't much worse. >> life has to go on. i thank god and mary and heavenly angel driving. >> >> jessica: we have learned the driver worked for there nearly 30 years. he is on leave. >> sara: old safety measure which "t" abandoned to cut cost sooner. right now there's only one operator on every train but there used to be two. the carman's union says second can operate the train's emergency system and regain control even if the primary
becomes incapacitated. the "t" says operators are supposed to engage two brake systems before leaving the train. >> lever put into full service break and motor person then required to walk off to the side about 3 feet from the operator's console there's another large lever with a chain. that deploys the hand brake on the train. >> sara: investigators are looking to see why the two brake systems were not engaged. fox25 will continue to uncover the very latest into this investigation. keep it here, on air and online as details develop. >> julie: shooting in revere one person dead and one seriously hurt. catherine parrotta live at the scene where police are looking for suspects this morning. catherine. >> catherine: yes, police confirm the crash and no arrest have been made.
60s and another victim was woman in her 30s. another personk seriously injured and all of this happening at building on waite street and revere and man who i interviewed within the past hour told me one of the victims, the man, lived in the first floor apartment that you're actually looking at right now. i want you to take a look at this video and gives you sense what the scene was like a little bit earlier this morning. this was right around 7:00 this morning. you can see investigators coming out of this apartment building at that time. now, investigators had been here on the scene overnight into the morning and in terms of who i saw here, saw revere police, state police, members of the gang unit. now, all of this started unfolding around 8:30 last night inside an apartment at 70 waite street. police say three people were shot, 66-year-old man and 35-year-old woman were killed, 38-year-old man was seriously injured and official are not identifying them by name right now, but i did interview a man that was visiting a friend here at the time and outside having a
before walked in as the door was just about to close and went in the direction of the apartment where the shooting happened just minutes later. here is what he said. >> my friend text me and told and said person from the first floor got shot. i said you must be kidding. i did hear the noise but must have been a hoax or something so i came back and when i came back i saw the cop cars, police, ambulance, everything. it is scary because the guy walked right past me and i was having a sig receipt while this was happening and any moment i could have been part of this. >> catherine: man spent good portion of his night at the police station giving a statement and went to check on friend, friend's family and they are pretty upset as you might
man i interviewed. you can get the latest on news tonight at five and six. for now live in revere, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: a veteran that vanished during kayak trip in dead. john stapler's body was found morning. he was a retired lieutenant colonel. authorities say there wasn't a life vest anywhere near stapler and family told the concord monitor he kayaked all the time and they think he might have been trying to pick something up in the water and fell victim of hypothermia. say daovone nokham pushed ibuprofen and antidepressant under the door of neighbor's apartment on black friday. the family's seven-month-old dog zoe ate the pills and became sick and surveillance camera in the hallway record what had happened. when the owners got home from
>> acting like crazy and her heart go so fast. >> julie: according to police report nokham wanted peace and quiet from the dog's barking. nokham faces up to seven years in prison. >> sara: more than 140 college students have reported getting sick after eating at local chipolte. health inspectors say employee at cleveland circle restaurant in brighton likely spread the norovirus after coming to work sick. that's on top of 47 people across nine states that came down with e. coli after eating at the chain. the company's ceo apologized and now pledging to tighten food safety procedures in the wake of the scandal. the cleveland circle location has been closed since monday. no word on when it will reopen. sara: new details about local principal that's on paid leave in swampscott. we have been following the investigation all week, and now
the globe that high school principal ed rozmiarek not suspected with inappropriate conduct with students. he is under investigation by state police and police in beverly where he lives. >> julie: new this morning a donation jar stolen off a convenience store counter is caught on camera. lowell police say the video speaks for itself. you could see the man checking out the jar before sliding it toward him and covering it with a black bag. it happened earlier this week at 7-eleven on chelmsford street and police say the suspect may panhandle in the area and stolen jar had about $30 in it. money meant for the lowell santa fund. boston. city of boston just tweeted in the last ten minutes that phones are down at city hall and police headquarters. 911 is still working normally
happened to cause it and city apologizing. >> sara: we will alert you when they are back up on the fox25 news app. >> julie: check traffic and weather every ten minutes. live drive times, 12 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel. so moving along at decent pace. as you could see the average speed 40, 50 miles per hour. sarah, fog starting to look a little bet better in traffic camera. >> sarah: advisory through noon today and visibility still quarter mile in some locations but improvement is on the way. i'm going to take you hour-by-hour so you what to expect in your town and look at weekend forecast and how high we warm up. >> julie: week from now star wars will be back in theaters. what hans solo is saying about the new movie. >> sara: sure to be biggest
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open arms. >> we get to show the world how to open our hearts and welcome in people who are fleeing extraordinarily difficult situations. >> julie: canada will resettle more by the end of february and second set to arrive in montreal on sunday. >> sara: for the first time we are hearing from the u.s. soldier who walked away from his base in afghanistan and was captured by the taliban. the popular podcast serial is back and focusing on bowe bergdahl's case. producers of the podcast serial say this is the first time u.s. soldier bowe bergdahl has told his side of the story that commanded the headlines. in the first episode bergdahl talks to fill maimer -- maker. >> there i was in the open --
outrun bunch of motorcycles so i couldn't do anything. six or seven guys with ak-47. >> sara: he also discusses what the life was like during five years of prisoner of war and walked away from the u.s. base in afghanistan to get the attention of u.s. military and intelligence leaders. >> all i was seeing was basically leadership failure to the point that the lives of the guys standing next to me were literally from what i could see in danger of something seriously going wrong. >> sara: but he also says he wanted to prove he could be a super soldier like matt damon's character jason borne. >> all of those guys that go to the movies and watch the movies, they want to be that but i wanted to prove that i was that. >> sara: bergdahl was released in may of 2014 as part of controversial prisoner swap.
detainees from guantanamo bay for bergdahl. the white house welcomed him home as a hero but accused of deserting unit and endangering lives of soldiers that spent weeks searching for him. after the return bergdahl was charged with desertion though the army officer investigating charges recommended against prison time. this. >> julie: new at 9:00 two of the oldest companies merging worth deal worth $130 billion. dow chemical and dew point announced agreement this morning it is all stock merger and plan to split the company into three smaller businesses is deal is approved. however, the merger faces big antitrust concerns from federal regulators. julie: 9:47 is time and
overall light, pike moving along fine, yellow icon few stalls off on the breakdown lane. 93 south moving along at decent clip as you could see zakim bridge a little bit slow on the leverett connector right now. here are live drive times, 12 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and there we go, lighting up green just in front of -- right in front of us to show things are back on track. ten minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 42 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. fox25 storm tracker weather meteorologist sarah wroblewski joining us and it is nice to see the fog burning off in some of my traffic cams so far. >> sarah: isn't it nice they update when talking about them? i like when it happens in the good direction. boston dropping visible not so good and monitor out there and improve 789 in places like bedford and norwood and still have very limited visibility in
have the fog advisory in effect until noon today for our area. 11:00 parts of new hampshire. big difference on where you are today. temperature right now 39 in keene, 55 on the vineyard, so we got the mild air in place, temperatures will continue to rise once the fog burns off. it is going to take still a couple hours in some locations as visibility now really started to drop in the city. your forecast for the day today, hour-by-hour temperatures anticipating the 40s, to the 50s and then as we head into the afternoon, mid to upper 50s. breaks of sunshine too. so we will look for that brighter sky as we head into the afternoon. sunset shortly after 4:00 we will notice the clouds still hanging around but clear conditions too as temperatures will be mild this evening if you have plans. with us. this is our high -- this is our area high for the day today. typically we are in the lower 40s for this time of year, so we are doing pretty good if temperatures in the upper 50s.
temperatures do fall back into the 40s and as for your weekend, we hold on to this mild trend. however, don't think we will be breaking any records. records are in the 60s on saturday and sunday and looks as though we will introduce more clouds on sunday, even with the risk of shower or two. notice temperatures low 50s the further north you go, the further south and east you go you will be seeing mid to upper 50s. that's because we are going to be tracking this cold front. ahead of this front we are in the warm air for the day today with sunshine breaking out. as we head into saturday front to the north and still going to be mild. cooler air about temperatures 10 cooler to the north of this front. sinking southward to the day on sunday, so notice band of clouds, even a few showers on the question on sunday. 50s and 60s, could see near record highs places like new york and cooler weather, 30s parts of northern new england and pretty much leaving that and ski resorts and for boston front where it sets up really going to be determining our actual
speaking of getting away, take look at get away forecast temperatures in the 40s on saturday, sunday 30s to 40. that 7-day forecast with weekend always in view showing you that temperatures will continue to be warm ahead of a cold front that will bring wet and windy conditions, monday into tuesday and then temperatures drop back down to the 50s but hey, that is still above average for this time of year. over to you. >> sara: first lady tries her hand at hip-hop all for a good cause. coming up at 9:00 how she is hoping this video will help get kids go to college. >> julie: we are giving away a prize everyday until christmas. today's winner is fred willman. congratulations.
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the city's information line 311 is also down. they tell us 911 is still working normally. if you have an emergency that's what you should call. we are still not sure what happened to cause this. the city is apologizing in the initial tweet. we will alert you when they are back up on our fox25 news app. >> sara: last hour and a half three astronauts spent 143 days in orbit returned to orbit in kazakstan. the crew in spacecraft before undocking from international space station to get ready for the trip. the group is made up of nasa astronaut, cosmonaut and japan aerospace exploration agency. >> chewie, we are home. >> julie: familiar sound of chewie. four decades after bringing hans solo to life harrison ford getting ready for the return of
1 week from today star wars force awakens debuts in theaters and. muscle memory helped him get right back into character. >> you remember the gaze of the character, the swagger of the character. it is all -- it comes back. >> ford says hans solo character has evolved over time and refused to give any hints is to how the force awakens debuts. >> sara: michelle taking a mic >> sara: i love this. saturday night live cast member
and inspired #flotus. she has great rhythm. i love her. >> julie: i do too. tag line should be don't take out student loan as part of the rap. find way to make it work. what is the weather out there? >> breaks of sunshine and more clouds for sunshine and have the latest all weekend long. >> sara: everyone, thank you so much for joining us. more news today at 5:00. >> julie: have a great day and