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respond to a call and fina 6-year-old alone in a burning house. how he managed to escape the flames. more than 100 people got sick after eating at this boston chipotle. this morning the first local lawsuit. why the family said the outbreak could have been prevented. new overnight a bernie sanders staffer is in big trouble for a high-profile breach. the private clinton campaign information that got in the wrong hands. complete new england news coverage starts right now this is the fox25 morning news. >> 6:00 on this friday morning. congratulations to making it to friday. always a good thing. december 18. christmas. i am gene lavanchy. >> i am sara underwood. a big weekend cool down including some temperature ins. fog is the big story. a live look at the pike. a tough ride into work this morning. julie and shiri are watching this all for us this morning. and shiri, it will not let up
>> shiri: at least not dense fog. the fog will take us until 8 or 9:00. a really cloudy set-up else a really cloudy set-up elsewhere. i don't have any heavy showers to zoo to zoo zoom into. 45 lawrence, beverly up to nashua at 42. warmer in the cape and island in the 50s now. visibility a little bit of a challenge. visibility has gone up further in boston but has not budged in portsmouth, new hampshire and less than a mile in provincetown. forecast over the next two hours temperatures barely move at all. still hovering right around the upper 40s. 50 degree 50 degrees at noon and down across the there you can see that risk of rain going to be best in afternoon across eastern massachusetts. 45 to 50 degrees.
on the roads. shiri, how it going we have an issue on the rails and the roads. shuttle buses because of a power problem between oak grove and wellington station. so you will still get to your destination but you need to board one of the shuttle buses. an accident on 93 southbound right after daskim road in andover. we are starting to see delays stretching back to 495. you will see that reflected in our live drive time. as we shift south, volume is looking good on route 1 and 93 after get through the cloverleaf. a live look at the pike. still foggy and live drive times. 13 minutes on route 1 13 minutes on route 1138 to the tobin. but this is the issue right here, 93 south, 52 minutes from 495 in andover. because of that accident. you make your way down to the leverett connector. i will have an eye on it for you all morning. gene and sara, back to you. a two-part investigation into this house fire in milton this morning.
figure out what sparked the fire. >> they want to know why a 6-year-old girl was home alone when the fire broke out. fox25's jessica reyes is live in milton where fire fighters are still on the scene. good morning, jess. >> good morning. we have been here for more than five hours. when this broke out crews were just outside of the duplex. there are no potential for flare-ups but they are going to be here until the windows are boarded up later this morning. now the fire broke out right around dinnertime in this duplex on hudson street in milton. it started on the first floor and we learned a 6-year-old girl was the only person who was home at the time. she got out okay and her mother apparently came home a short time later and police are looking why she was there all by herself. the fire department said the worst damage in the back of the duplex. they say it started in the kitchen and they are focusing on the oven.
of this duplex. live in milton, jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. a major blow for democratic candidate bernie sanders. the democratic committee has cancelled his access to a crucial voter database. at least one of his staff members was able to gain access to hillary clinton's private campaign data. the sanders campaign blames a software glitch and said they have fired the employee involved. four other campaign staffers are accused of running searches while clinton's information were compromised. the democrat also face a off in a debate in new hampshire. the state for the new hampshire primary is now set. the volter will go to the polls on february 9 and the first primary of the 2016 presidential campaign. donald trump continues to homeland a large lead among new hampshire republicans. the billionaire has 26% support the billionaire has 26% support.
rubio tied for 12%. bernie sanders two points clear of hillary clinton. vermont senator has 48% of the vote and bernie sanders at 46%. today, president barack obama will travel to california to meet victims and relatives of those killed in the san bernandino terror attacks in comes hours after the initial court appearance for the first person charged in connection with the attack. and enrique marquez is charged with conspiracy to provide material support. the 24-year-old is a long-time friend of gunman syed farook. perez did not take -- marquez did not take part in the plot but purchased two rifles used in the massacre. marquez called 911 a day after the shooting and said my shootings. the expletive used my gun in
he and farook planneder a terror attack back in 2012. they wanted to plant a bomb in a library at a community college or throw bombs on to the expressway and open fire on those who stopped and first responders who arrived on scene responders who arrived on scene. that was cancelled due to the arrest of another group of terrorists in california. federal acts in pennsylvania have arrested a teen they say was supporting isis. they believe the 19-year-old was preparing to launch or help with an attack in the stu investigators say they founded loaded high-capacity assault rifle magazines and other evidence in a closet at the teen's home. he reportedly used dozens of twitter accounts to advocate violence against the u.s. and help with the isis fighters with travel. 6 :06. a second man accused of break a second man accused of breaking into a home and tying up a pregnant number two quins le be in a court room today. police arrested william mackin in revere.
his name to the public. fox25 is bringing you live, local, late-breaking news coverage after the home invasion happened. 40,000 in cash was stolen from that house on presidents lane. another suspect was arrested near the scene. new at 6:00, a new hampshire man accused of giving the 17-year-old heroin just before her death was a confidential informant for the dea. mark roth was paid by the agency on a number occasions. those documents dime light because of another undercover drug case involving roth and the dea. 17-year-old eve tarmey died in a motel in rochester. he put heroin on the table and watched the girl take the drug that was laced with deadly fett nil. a local chipotle restaurant responsible for a norovirus outbreak that sickened 130 customers remains closed this morning. the sign is still on the door,
was hospitalized is suing the fast food chain. fox25's michael henrich live at the restaurant live in cleveland circle with details on this lawsuit. good morning, michael. >> sara, good morning. the attorney for this 16-year-old brookline boy said regardless if chipotle one of their workers was sick, the restaurant chain was responsible. chipotle turned ugly for dozens of people in cleveland circle, sickened by norovirus. >> i never seen a chain restaurant have five outbreaks of food borne illness within a four-month period of time, never. >> reporter: a seattle-based attorney that specializes in food borne imness cases. fox25 spoke to him of the lawsuit he filed against chipotle on behalf of a 16-year-old brookline boy. who said he was hospitalized half a day with norovirus after eating contaminated food at the
they were cited for having an employee work while sick. >> it is the fault of the restaurant regardless if they knew the employee was sick or not. >> in total 136 people including boston college men basketball team players were sickened. chipotle sent this statement. as a matter of policy we don't comment on sales surrounding pending legal action. generally speaking in situations like this it is our aim to work with customers to see that these issues are resolved. >> reporter: the attorney for the brookline family told fox25 he does plan to file additional lawsuits representing some of the boston college students impacted. live in cleveland, circle, michael henrich, fox25 news. the owner of a boston bar where a man was killed will appear before the licensing board. a man was shot inside a who's on first early thanksgiving
bar in september. the owner said the owner has 59 safety issues. the bar's license has been suspended three times. the force has officially awakened even though "star wars awakened even though "star wars" fans. they had fans camping out all over the country and it is already breaking records. fan gang go said -- fandango said that it broke a record for the most presale tickets. we caught up with fans heading out of the theatre and they said the movie did not disappoint. >> absolutely incredible. everything that you would want from a new star wars. it was funny and action packed. >> gene: the can move crecould make $200 make $200 million alone and has a shot of breaking the record of the biggest u.s. weekend opening ever. in california someone pumped a fire alarm.
share this video of the whole thing. la police tell a local tv station there was no threat. the vatican takes a big step making mother teresa a saint. pope francis has recognized a second miracle linked to the famous nun. mother teresa mother teresa killed a man that had brain tumors. it. previous miracle was recognized in 2002. mother is expected to be elevated to sainthood in september. we track traffic and ever every ten minutes. if you look at that graphic that red traffic flow that is an accident by daskim road and drive time of an hour already. normally we don't see an hour until much later in the morning commute. a look at more drive times coming up in just a few minutes coming up in just a few minutes. shiri. >> only a slight chance of a pass iting nower at 8 a.m. more mist than anything else.
out especially along the evening xhul. the hour by hours next. talk about the terrorists. it didn't it isn't our terrorists, it is our neighbor. >> shots fired into a local house inches from an elderly woman. who think pulled the trigger. but first you literally only have hours left to get your presents and cards out
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>> the now infamous drug ceo that jacked up the price of a pill is out of jail after getting arrested for an unrelated crime. martin shkreli placed a $5 million bail. he faces charges from a hedge fund that he helped manage. the incident said that shkreli took money illegally from a company he created to pay off hedge fund debts. back in september he raised the price of a drug that fights hiv and cancer to $750 a bill. workers are losing their jobs for not having the proper licenses. ten dcf employees are fired for not owning social work permits. 80% of the department's workers are licensed. governor baker said he wants
>> i certainly think any time we have an opportunity to credential folks who are serving some of our most vulnerable populations is important and something we will continue to do and continue to work to improve on until we get north of, you know, 90, 95 north of, you know, 90, 95.%. >> state lawmakers passed a new licensing requirement last year after the death of 5-year-old jeremiah oliver from fitch very jeremiah oliver from fitch very. day time operators tell fox25 that the state is missing deadlines when it comes to making payments. a day care owner who does not want to be identify say payments have been late 10 out of the last 12 months. provider depends on that money to pay to pay bills. charged with late fees and overdraft charges. >> all of my income come from the state. if i don't get those checks on the 15th and 30th, i don't have money. >> the state say it is pays all invoices on time, but those invoices are processed by
the state tells us they the state tells us they hope to have a new processing 1278 have a new processing system in place by next year. a bill on tax reductions have been approved by the house of representatives. the ernl income tax and the child tax credit will become permanent under the plan. tax breaks for teachers, real estate developers and even maker of hard apple cider. the plan will add $622 billion to the deficit. opponents say congress should have found a way to pay for the cuts. the clocks are ticking if you want your gifts or cards to make it to their destination by christmas. today is the day to ship packages by ups. tomorrow for first-class mail with the post office and otherwise you will have to pay more to get things to the destination on time. the post office said the lines are long and only getting worse. so also be ready to wait, julie. >> julie: maybe doing
we had carollers at our christmas party. maybe sing while they are waiting. tweeted an update. the orange line is back running with moderate delays. the accident on 93 south at dask im road has cleared. we are seeing a little delay on the drive times. we will see that in a moment. things moving along on 93 south things moving along on 93 south, route 1, 128 as you are headed down to the pike and up to woburn and over to peabody. a live look at the zakim bridge where we are seeing delays. 25 minutes on pike from 495 to mass avenue. 19 minutes from the expressway to the braintree split. as you can see here now, the on 93 south. down to 46 minutes from 495 in andover to the leverett connector. do want to highlight, shiri, there is fog out there and will stick with us for the morning commute. us. >> i am not too concerned of it becoming dense but just more of a nuisance than anything else.
necessarily as a straight-up nuisance. area fog at 9 a.m. areas redevelop and gusty flurries in the forecast tomorrow. not raincompanies to. too cold for rain drops very mild. 49 degrees in boston. lots of upper 40s on the maps this morning and the foggy situation actually improving. up to 7-mile visibility. pretty darn good in boston. but we have several communities still struggling up and down the coastline. use caution on the roads. 8 a.m., 49 degrees. 10 a.m., 50. that is as high as you go in boston. wouldn't be surprised to see one or two sprinkles late morning but the best bet for passing showers as we hit 2 p.m. and beyond in boston it p.m. and beyond in boston itself. one of the wetter spots is a place like hyannis. your foggy situation a okay, but by late morning, temperatures barely move for you guys and we actually got that steadier, heavier rain
cape. that's where we are going to get some of hour highest rain totals today. futurecast will take you through.by late morning up to lunchtime, best chance for showers boston southward. south shore. south coast. cape and islands that have those temperatures ready to go but during that afternoon, the victim the risk as high as the mass pike and i can see one or two hours possibly impacting the north shore here. that's where you need to be on the lookout outside of 495. we will tend to stay dry the further west you go and the better chance of getting breaks in the clouds. 7 p.m. that slight chance that lawrence or lowell or fitchburg lawrence or lowell or fitch lawrence or lowell or abercrombie and fitchburg will get one or two sprinkles. look at the rain totals out of the south east. a quarter to half inch of rain. this afternoon 50, boston. 40s to the nor and west and low to mid-60s to the south and east and highs over the weekend will land mostly in the upper 30s tomorrow with those flurries that i was mentioning
picture on sunday but breezy both days. gusts between 30 and 40 miles per hour especially tomorrow when it is colder and get ready to feel like the 20s all day. 50s on the map next week. a warm-up to 60 degrees by some rain. back to you guys. >> gene: thank you. a new hampshire woman is the victim of a package thief. wasn't a regular item. the personal item she created from her father's shirt she is
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leave to 16 weeks. new dad also get eight weeks that was previously offered in california. several tech giants have made the move to extend maternity leave beyond the standard three months. and business is booming for private investigators in new york city. parents are paying big bucks to have their nanny have their nannies spied on. a basic background check could be $300. having the investigator tail the nanny takes thousands a day. they see a lot of nanny they see a lot of nannies dosing off or ignoring children and many nanny and many nannies are next and many nannies are texts when they shouldn't be. i think that is a good idea to have that business come here. >> gene: folks will be picking up on that for sure. time to check a couple of things that we want to you see this morning. this story is all over the place. the movie "home alone" ma caulky culkin thought he would have a little fun and say i won
would be in 2015 and he posted a video to show us what the kid would be doing now. >> all by yourself for a week in the house. >> i am really >> i am real, sorry man. i did the no mean to upset you. >> i defended my house from two psychopath home invaders. >> he learned some new words since he was a kid. >> julie: we had to be selective. >> his wife was a uber driver and he couldn't drive so the guy he picked up had to drive for him because he didn't know how to drive. >> julie: his parents would be a lead story for leaving their child home alone for christmas. other christmas miracle if you got adele tickets. >> julie: we tried and we succeeded, but have you gotten this video -- a new star that is taking over adele and she is the cutest. take a look. hello from the other side
times gene gene is a awesome times gene gene is a awesome. by the way, i have a guitar like that. >> julie: didn't you play it at the christmas party. >> gene: i couldn't sing it as well as that little girl. >> julie: she is a cutie. and stories that we thought -- >> shiri: is she singing with her eyes closed. >> julie: she is very connected to the song. >> shiri: i love it. i could be disconnected from the showers. i had enough of it. rain out there. heavy over the cape and eye lantz. boston with a 50% chance of boston southward. and i will time out the incoming showers next. stoughton police are investigating after a bullet flies through an elderly woman's window there's a better way to specialized surgery that's right for you: lahey hospital and medical center. cardiac teams pioneering innovative treatments... and neurosurgeons at the forefront of spinal surgery...
dense fog is a story this morning. if you were headed to work. take is slow. visibility an issue in some spots, but just after a very difficult new year's eve, the next way, the fog is lifting a little. >> julie: i was wondering where you were going with that analogy. >> gene: trying to steer and keep it on the road. >> julie: going in a skid. >> gene: i should have known. >> sara: a tough ride into work for all of us, but you say it seems to be lifting a bit. >> shiri: will not get out of the picture until 8 and 9:00 but not as thick as a little
fogged over. not the case right now, but we have partly cloudy or mostly cloudy skies and a risk of patchy fog which you see here. visibility is under a mile still from chatham now to nantucket. even portsmouth, new hampshire reporting much improved visibility since the last half hour. and out toward keene, new hampshire the other spot where i want to you watch out because the fog is currently creating visibility under a mile. 50 degrees at noontime and will brighten up out west. a risk for scattered showers eastern and southeastern massachusetts with highs around the 50-degree mark. i will break down the timeline and the most likely time you will see some of the showers coming up. right now over to julie grauert with live drive-time traffic. what's up, julie. >> julie: shiri, we have a new accident that will significantly impact your drive time on the expressway. an accident near columbia road. northbound lane. because it is still a little
fly it and bring you those live pictures. however, we are seeing those drive times increase. north of town things are looking better on 93 south after that accident on dask irk m road has cleared. a live look bumper-to-bumper. northbound lanes because that accident just happened. live drive times. 26 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass avenue. 27 minutes on the expressway. significantly. 27 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. and there we go we added a minute on the expressway right
in front of us. bullets flying in a stoughton home shattering glass and nearly missing an elderly woman who was inside. >> sara: this morning police are working to find out where those shots came from. fox25's catherine parrotta is live in stoughton where we talked with that homeowner. good morning, catherine. sara. we are here at the stoughton police department. police are investigating this; however, the family believes
act of any sort. they believe it came from a neighbor so to
speak. they are very frightened about this whole thing. >> i was stunned. i couldn't believe it happened. >> reporter: started off an an orlando morning. carol was on the phone talking to customer service. >> the music went back and forth for about 15 to 20 minutes. >> reporter: she eventually hung up and her it up cal friday was shattered. >> i sat down and within four or five minutes, there was or five minutes, there was a huge noise, when i came over here, there was pieces of glass all over the counter and when it happened, you i looked up, and i could tell a bullet had come through. >> reporter: as to where that bullet ended up. >> i am saying there has got to be a bullet somewhere, and it was right here. >> the bullet passing through the area where she was standing minutes earlier. scary but according to her son, not a first. >> 17 years, the second time we had a bull ket come in the back of the house.
bullet came from a rifle and pistol club around the home. yard. >> we talk about the terrorist, our neighbors. >> reporter: stoughton selectmen have promised to look into this issue. carol still scared but grateful for one thing. >> i had to the hung up the phone, i don't know what would have happened. >> reporter: carol's son said this is something that is pretty rare, but something that can easily happen again and he will talk will talk more about that coming up next hour. live in stoughton, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. a fire at a milton home sparks two investigations this morning. >> sara: crews found a 6-year-old girl was home alone flames. jessica reyes is live in milton. jess, you spoke with fire fighters at the scene this morning? >> reporter: we did, sara, they are still here right now. you can take a look and see they are outsight of this duplex right here and they will be here a few more hours until
they say really no possibility of any further flare-ups. the fire broke out around dinnertime inside this duplex on hudson street in milton and we learned a 6-year-old little girl was the only person home at the time. she got out safely and her mother got home from shopping a short time later and short time later and were investigating why she was home alone by herself in the first place. the fire was in the back of the duplex but it does appear to be salvageable and coming up the area that they are now focusing on will get us startlive in morning news. new this morning, a pair of teenagers charged with breaking into several cars on the cape. 18-year-old sabrina craft of hyannis and a 17-year-old accomplice wased trying to break into a truck. officers say the teens had dozens of stolen items including three guitars.
a man charged with robbing a convenience store on the cape is a suspect in more than a dozen armed robbery dozen armed robberies. michael sletsinger is charged with robbing a brewster market. he is charged with a robbery in new bedford. the fbi have investigating him in connection withhold-ups in virginia, washington was and pennsylvania. a march for piece in the south end. people who live in the area are sick of the violence after four shootings in a month and one of them was deadly. the rain couldn't keep residents from coming out last night. nearly 100 people including police and mayor marty walsh were holding candles and rushing through the street. >> i don't want to see anybody die from shootings. >> this is a great neighborhood >> this is a great neighborhood. great people living here. i don't think any shooting or any violence will support people from loving and supporting their community. >> sara: last night's rally ended at the very spot where a man was killed last week. the most recent shooting
hours after the community meant hours after the community met about the gun violence. fox25 is working to get more details after a car hit a man in whitman. the 60-year-old woman was seriously hurt after being hit. the driver remains on the scene and the crash under investigation. if marks the second person hit by a car in bitman yesterday. as we mentioned yesterday morning, a teenaged girl was clipped crossing washington street to catch her school bus. high schooler only had minor injuries. the herald reports that the driver will not be charged because the bus driver waved her and another vehicle around the bus. no injuries after this crash in taunton. look at a huge hole in the drum and printing building on cohanet street. the suv went through the wall. the driver told him he hit the prong pedal. >> he was trying avoid the car and hit the gas instead of the building.
apwawn doneed and the driver was not hurt. the 79-year-old driver told the gazette he only bought that suv two days ago. a local city is planning a multimillion dollar project keep a busy street from flooding every time it rains. city officials in salem mass aflooding on canal street is so bad that it is a public safety hazard. 32 million will go to adding a storage pumping station. it will help speed up exactly how quickly they can respond to emergencies. >> we always end up on canal street canal with cars floating the water and impossible for us and police to make it through. >> sara: the project is set to start next spring and is expected to take 18 months. a fire serves as a reminder this morning of how important it is to be careful when plugging in christmas lights. fire fighters were called to a home on main street in grove home on main street in groveland on wednesday. someone driving by noticed a fire in the bush and then
an indoor extension cord was used outdoors and caught fire. fire officials also say it was overloaded. 6:38 this morning. new this morning in august. an you had it that could save millions. more half of the schools are under populated by closing the buildings and firing some teachers could save $2 million per school. district could make money to the tune of $4 million of building by selling buildings that are closed. about 125 schools in the district. mayor marty walsh tells the paper no plans to close any of them at this time. in two months, teenager also no longer be able to buy cigarettes or other tobacco products in the city of boston. the city's board of health has voted to raise the legal smoking page from 18 to 21. the switch has been made in dozens of communities and lawmakers may make the move statewide. the change in boston happens february 15. happening today, four state agencies are expected to
an indy car race around the seaport district. grand prix of boston tells the globe that the high speed race will follow a street course around a boston exhibition center. if the plan is approved today. tickets will go on sale within a week. the race will be held labor day weekend. good morning we are checking weather and traffic every ten minutes. i have good news. that three-car accident near savin hill has cleared; however savin hill has cleared; however, we are still seeing residual delays. live look at freeport street. your drive time hovering around 30 minutes from furnace brook parkway to the exit to the pike parkway to the exit to the pike. shiri? >> shiri: i had a similar forecast many days this week where temperatures don't move very much. 45 to 50 degrees outside with fog on the way home. some showers 45 to 50 degrees. i will show you what time we get a little bit warmer coming up next. well, we picture the royal family turns out to be a big deal. coming up new at 7:00, the
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bacon up. america runs on dunkin'. we are back at 6:44 this morning and a new hampshire woman says all she wants for christmas is this pillow after it was swiped from her mailbox. the thief took her pillow and the rest of her nail epping. the special pillow was made from her father's favorite flannel shirt and he died from cancer in august and planned on giving the present to her mother error christmas. she spoke only to fox25 saying she is hoping that the thief will have a change of heart and return the pillow. >> that memorial shirt, you know, my dad's shirt, doesn't mean anything to anyone. it means everything to our family. >> gene: while police
rallyying around david and are spreading the word hoping that the pillow will come up. they are hoping a woman will make a new pillow for next week make a new pillow for next week. a officer helps a man battling cancer with a new puppy. >> surprise. >> fox25 was there when officer brought 20-year-old christopher sarno a puppy. earlier this week sarno reported that he had fallen victim to a scam and wired 250 to a man who promised him a husky puppy. after the dog never arrived, an officer gave him a husky. youy. my heart was broken especially during the holidays. i called everybody i knew that had anything to do with a dog to get a dog for him. >> sarno named the pup nitro. nitro was rescued from an animal shelter in everett on
down and more good news for this young man. he is in remission for the third time and said his type of leukemia a more than 90% cure rate. the controversy over this picture has come to an end. last month, a foxborough high school senior wanted a picture used in her school's yearbook. the school said no because it looked like she was disrespecting the american flag by standing on it. now the mom is apologizing on facebook. she says she is sorry for calling the school unpatriotic. the student will take a more appropriate photo. the celtics and bruins are busy. will travel to face sidney crosby and the penguins. scary scary moment in the nba. lebron james plants into a woman sitting courtside. the woman is the wife of professional golfer jason day. she was taken out of the arena on a stretcher and james spoke with day and his wife after the incident and she told him she
perhaps if someone yelled fore, she might have been able it get out of the way. >> sara: that must have hurt. fox25 cares. the hard-working people in the salvation army a little break. a tradition here at fox25. our team took over the bell ringing duty ringing duties in downtown crossing yesterday. we kicked it off as the morning team, and then the evening team took over for us a little bit later. a great time for such a great cause. and julie, we sure had an awesome time out there, didn't we? >> julie: we had a blast and the salvation army gentleman gave us his bells and he gave gene the mini bell, do you see that. >> gene: it was an outrage, it really was. really was. >> julie: and gene had a huge -- >> gene: i don't know what that may signal. >> julie: weird, bigger bell
makes a man happy makes a man happier. think of that as you like. looking at the expressway. jammed up. that accident had has cleared as i mentioned but we are still
we have got our normal morning commute plus the delays left over from the earlier accident. things slowing down. the slowest spot i could find on 93 south as you approach somerville. average speeds of 25 miles per hour. over to those live drive times. 26 minutes. 40 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the
pike. and from. fox25 stormtracker weather meteorologist shiri spear joins us now and shir, so much fun to meet these people that get up so early in the morning. thank you if we bumped into you. >> shiri: always nice to say hello and such a great cause. if you see somebody ringing the bell, go on over if you can, if you can give a little bit, it is much appreciated. this is what we have the weather set up and surge of moisture that makes the push up barely clips us here. not everybody gets rain. best bet southeastern massachusetts up to boston, but for the day tomorrow, turns windy, turns cooler. flurries mixed in there as
clear and sunny skies as we the weekend. 48 degrees in boston. just a little bit of fog now. more than anything, we have clouds to get us through the rest of the morning. we get up to 50 degrees at 10 a.m. we hold back through noontime here and temperatures actually fall back into the 40s with developing showers this afternoon and not going to rain all afternoon but especially say after 1:00 this afternoon. be on the lookout for those showers. 1 p.m. and boston down to the south shore, cape and island where we have spotty rain and the best chance of getting steadier heavier rain out of this whole thing will be for the cape. plymouth. 4 p.m. heading home from work. that rain extends up to the mass pike and this evening, a slight chance that we will even get it up to the mass new hampshire border. i have a feeling it is staying inside 495, outside of 495, you end up with a couple of breaks in the clouds and out of here by 10:00.
lower 5s. cape, island, south shore. up to boston 50 this afternoon and same for brookline norwood. and all the way to cape ark nne and rockport. lawrence, lowell, over to hudson, shirley and just simply the clouds and if you go far enough west to orange and keene partial sun. live clouds still around with 40s in boston and look at these 30st in worcester and nashua and orange for highs. turns a little mild turns a little milder into the weekend but tomorrow, on and off clouds and flurries that are coming in from the west. you might see one or two reaching boston, but a much better bet for a couple of flurries out in worcester and manchester and west of that into the monadnocks and into vermont and the berkshires. it is going to look and feel like december tomorrow especially with these gusts, 30 to 40 miles per hour creating a wind chill, and then sunday it warms up a little bit here and brightens up.
sunny skies. so i think we have a decent weekend in the work. you have to get ready for a that temperature cooldown. 50 today with developing showers in eastern and southeastern massachusetts. all days 30s tomorrow. blustery with flurries. and those wind gusts will be anywhere from the west between 30 and 40 miles per hour. look how they strengthen into the afternoon. strongest winds actually for the cape and islands. sunday, 42 degrees. 50s are back next week. monday and tuesday, a slight risk of a shower, and by thursday christmas eve going for a high of 60 degrees. back to you. new numbers show the state's first slots parlor are not meeting expectation so as what does this mean for the two other casinos set to be built in massachusetts? fox25 gets reaction from the gaming commission right after the break. and donald trump getting a high profile endorsement but
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revenues dropped from $18 million in july to $12 million in november. as a result, the state stands to collect $40 million less than expected over the first year. but gaming commission chair steven crosby tells fox25 that the slots parlor is still generate generating a loft money >> the revenues that have been paid to the community in the millions. the tax revenues to the commonwealth has been in excess of $30 million. >> gene: . >> gene: plain ridge park athe current numbers is not unusual for a new gaming if a spilt. soon plain ridge won't be the only casino in the state. a green light for construction casino. the board voted unanimously on the proposed $950 million casino proposal. the next step is the environmental regulatory process before mgm springfield can begin construction. casino officials hope to have that open by 2018. boston-based gillette is
suing the dollar shave club. they are accusing the company of using their own patented formulas to make koip cat blades. gillette started their own subscription service. more than 800 million people use gillette products worldwide use gillette products worldwide. and they have 70% of the market. a school is closing all u.s. campuses. the 115 le cordon bleu has 16 locations in the u.s. current students will be allowed finish degrees, but the boston location has stopped accepting applications. the parent company says the federal government's decision to cut off federal aid to career colleges hemmed them make their decision to close. tales of a boxing legend from boston. actor jeremy renner will play undefeated boxer rocky marciano
"undefeated: the rocky mars on know story" it will follow his childhood to his death from a plane crash in 1979 plane crash in 1979. it will be told by his brother lewis. plenty of "star wars" pictures. this one may be the cutest by mark zuckerberg. she has her mini lightsaber. the force is strong with this one. the baby was born. >> sara: is she the cutest thing you have ever seen after our own children, of course. >> gene: "star wars" is everywhere. >> sara: everywhere and they will make so much money in their first day being open. dozens sick at the same fast-food restaurant. this morning a local family is fighting back. a new lawsuit blaming chipotle for everyone's illness. and temperatures, you are waking up to the
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