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together a family... we will always be. a family... we will always be. happy holidays from all of us. >> gene: now at 7:00 fire breaks out at milton home and what sparked the flames and why the child was home alone. >> sara: plus the family of local teenager is taking on chipolte after dozens of people
the fast food chain dangerous pattern that the sparked the new lawsuit. >> gene: breaking this morning bernie sanders campaign gets in trouble. information accessed without permission. complete new england news complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. . >> gene: happy friday. appreciate you being with us, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. chilly weekend for all that last minute weather and it is the shiri spear. we have been watching this since first on the air at 4:00 a.m. >> sara: >> shiri: a little bit worse 4:00 a.m. and visibility a mile and look at this cloud cover 52 hyannis, 49 in plymouth, 50 in
over to lawrence, over to 41 and just fine visibility now, got a little bit of fog hanging tight over southeastern massachusetts, parts of southern new hampshire, even up to beverly right now. mostly dry and one or two sprinkles could develop south of boston and once we hit noon time steadier rain pushing back over the cape and islands and some of that rain at times will flirt with boston and about the mass pike and pausing things at 4:00 p.m. and best chance of showers and couple as far north of the north shore, 45 to 50 today, more sunshine, further west you go you will break down the weekend pattern next. now julie grauert with live drive time traffic. how is volume doing out there jewelry volume is high on the expressway. otherwise things are looking
the fog is also starting to give us a little bit better visibility on the roads. things slow on the expressway from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. want to let you know route 1 southbound partially blocked at city square because of an accident. otherwise though take a look at route 1 in saugus. this is usually jammed as you approach lynn fells parkway and we will take it. hopefully it stays like this through 10:00 a.m. here are live drive times, 18 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 33 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 32 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: there's now a two part investigation into this house fire in milton this morning. firefighters are trying to figure out what sparked the fire >> sara: and they also want to know why a six-year-old girl was home all alone when this fire broke out. fox25 jessica reyes is live in milton this morning where firefighters are still on scene at this hour. jess? >> jessica: good morning, sara, they are still out here
the duplex here at hudson street and look at the window, you can see stockings hanging there and just 1 week before christmas and now police are looking into why the six-year-old little girl was here by herself. fire crews showed up around dinner time last night. we understand the little girl did get out safely and went if the neighbor's home, mother got home a short time later but investigation is underway this morning. the worst damage is to the back of this duplex, fire crews say it likely started in the kitchen, possibly in the oven, and coming you want in the next half hour, we will tell you what they say about the future of this duplex. live here in milton, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: a major blow this morning for democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders. breaking overnight the democratic national committee has suspended his campaign's access to crucial voter database the washington post is reporting that at least one of his staff members was able to gain access to hillary clinton's private
sanders' campaign blames a software glitch yet they have fired an employee that was involved. four other campaign staffers involved while running. democrats face off in a debate tomorrow in new hampshire. gene: the date for the new hampshire primary now set voters will go to the polls on february 9th in the first primary of the 2016 presidential campaign. this morning a new herald pollistos showing donald trump continues to have a large lead among republicans. the bailey al-billionaire has 26% support and marco rubio and ted cruz tied and bernie sanders just two points clear of hillary in the granite state. the vermont senator 48% support, clinton has 46%. we will have live in depth coverage from new hampshire the full week of the primary. >> sara: today president barack obama will travel to california to meet victims and san bernardino terror attack. this comes hours after the initial court appearance for the
connection with the attack. enrique marquez is marked with conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. the 24-year-old is a long time friend of gunman syed farook. prosecutors say marques did not take part in the plot but he purchased two assault rifles used in the massacre. court documents show marquez called 911 the day after the shooting and said, my neighbor did the shooting in san bernardino. the blank used my gun in the shooting. prosecutors say marquez and farook planned another terror attack back in 2012. the pair wanted to place pipe bombs in the cafeteria or community college and plan to throw bombs on to a freeway and open fire on drivers who stopped and fires responders that arrived on scene. the plot was canceled following the arrested of another group of accused terrorist in california. >> gene: 7:06 this morning. happening this morning the second man accused of breaking into a home and tying up a pregnant woman will be in quincy courtroom. police arrested william macken
just hours after they released his name to the public. fox25 brought you the breaking news coverage as police searched for the suspect in quincy just hours after the home invasion happened. more than $40,000 in cash was stolen from the house on president's lane. another suspect was arrested near the scene. gene: new this morning new hampshire man accused of giving a veen-year-old heroin just before her death was a confidential informant for the dea. according to the union leader court documents show that mark ross of rochester was paid by the agency on number of occasions. the documents came to light because of another undercover drug case involving ross and the dea. 17-year-old eve tarmey died in motel in rochester. police claim that ross put heroin on motel room table and watched the girl take the drug which was laced with deadly pentanol. >> sara: local chipolte restaurant responsible for
customers still closed. see the sign on the door and family of teenager who was hospitalized is suing the fast food chain. michael henrich is at the restaurant with details on the lawsuit. good morning, michael. >> michael: good morning. the attorney that represents this brookline family spoke with fox25 and says even if chipolte didn't know one of its workers was on the job sick, the fast food chain he says is still very much responsible. a trip to chipolte turned ugly for dozens of people in cleveland circle. sickened by norovirus. >> i have never seen a chain restaurant have five outbreaks of food-borne illness within about a 4-month period of time, never. >> michael: bill marlor is seattle based attorney that specializes in food-borne illness cases. molar spoke with fox25 by phone about the lawsuit he filed against chilly on behalf of a scene-year-old brookline boy who
half a day with norovirus after eating contaminated food after at the cleveland circle chilly. public health officials have since cited employee for having -- chipolte for havingeen employee work. >> it is the fault of the restaurant, regardless if they knew the employee was sick or not. >> michael: 146 people, including boston college basketball team members were sickened. they sent the statement. as matter of policy we don't comment on details surrounding pending legal actions. generally speaking, however, in incidents like this it is our aim to work with customers to see that these issues are resolved. the attorney in this case that represents the brookline family says he does intend on filing additional lawsuits representing some of the boston college students that were impacted. live in cleveland circle, i'm michael henrich, fox fox25 news.
before the city's licensing board. the man was shot outside who's on first at fenway park early thanksgiving morning. there was a shooting in the bar in september. the globe says the owner has been before the licensing board at least eight times for public safety issues. the bar's license has been suspended three times. >> gene: force has officially wakened, even if star wars fans are sleeping in because of it today. the latest film has fans camping out all over the country. no surprise it is already breaking records. movie ticket website fandango reports presales broke the record for most tickets ever sold. we caught up with fans coming out of the theater this morning and they say the movie did not disappoint. >> incredible. absolutely everything that you could want from a new star wars. it was funny, it was action packed. >> gene: box office analyst says it could make $20 million this weekend alone, that gives
for biggest opening weekend ever. >> julie: we check traffic and record together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone. right now we are at 31 minutes on 93 south from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. overall, shiri, my traffic camera the fog is looking a lot lighter than it did at 4:00 a.m. >> sara: it is. still going to be up there some degree at eight or 9:00, slight chance a little patchy drizzle along with it, better chance once we get into the afternoon, especially evening commute that will see a few of those showers and show you the specific spots where you should have those umbrellas on hand next. >> talk about the terrorists, it isn't the terrorists, it is our neighbors. >> sara: shots fired into a local home while elderly woman sat inside. how a long phone call may have saved her life. but first, you have literately got hours left to get presents and cards out before christmas.
you may recall back in september he raised the price of a drug that fights both hiv and cancer from $13 per pill to $750 per pill. >> sara: vatican takes a big step making mother teresa a saint. the pope says mother teresa cured a brazilian man who had brain tumors. the catholic church requires two miracles for a person to become a saint. previous miles an hour well was recognized in 2002. mother teresa expected to elevated to sainthood in september. >> gene: kentucky count clerk jailed for same sex licenses talking about harmeeting with the pope. >> i took his hands in my hand and i said i will pray for you and i ask you to pray for me.
he spoke to me in english and heavily accented english but it was accent was beautiful, i think and he presented my husband and i with a rosarie. >> gene: kim davis says the pope gave her and her husband rosary beads as she mentioned she says she gave the rosarie to her parents who are devout catholics. >> sara: russian president vladimir putin says donald trump is, quote, brilliant and talented. high praise came during putin's speech this week and feeling seems to be museum and donald very well. >> gene: enhanced child tax credit become permanent under a plan and tax breaks for teachers, real estate developers and makers of hard apple side
the deficit. opponents say congress should cuts. gene: the clock is ticking if you want to get gifts by christmas. deadline to shop by ups, tomorrow for first class mail for the post office. otherwise you will have to pay more to get things to the destination on time. post office says the lines are long and only getting worse so if you are going to the post office be ready to wait. >> sara: following breaking news out the of fax where police tell us car has crashed on house. police tell assignment desk that the car is right in the middle of the living room right now. no one is hurt unfortunately and we have crew on the way to the scene right now. stand by for live report. >> julie: we will let you know if there are any major road
we get those details, but right now sounds like that car in the middle of the house. take you and take a look at some of the volume we are seeing, 93 south sluggish from medford into somerville. expressway always slow from furnace brook parkway, 15 minutes weston tolls to the tell us tunnel and 29 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. fox25 storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and tweeting out recently, afternoon temps or current temps pretty much the same thing sounds like. >> shiri: we will not see much of a temperaturewise, julie, what you're dressing for now what you're dressing for this afternoon and have areas of fog through 9:00 this morning, rain developed into the afternoon
gusty flurries. cool down big time as we head into the first half of the weekend. look at that boston now up to 50 , it is mild, fog has dissipated, but we do have tons of clouds still lingering in and around boston. mostly cloudy to start off the day, but the best chance of rain will come to town after about 1:00 this afternoon. it would just be spot showers in boston, much better chance you will see some of the steady rain form toward the cape and up as high as plymouth, 52 right now in hyannis, hovering right there, low to mid-40s. 50s. 50s, don't want to short you any for the rest of the day but then the rain possibly as early as 10:00 this morning is going to push back into place. so let's time this out. future cast as we head toward late-morning, we have a couple of those showers. it is not a constant rain over the southeast, but it is going to be patchy showers forming here in time for lunch but 4:00 p.m. still favoring areas south of boston but just want to
high as mass pike as you head home from work and slight chance get shower outside 495 and mostly looking inside 495 along the coastline, down to the south shore and the cape, that's truly where we are going to have the better chance and some of the higher rain reports which means the cape has a risk of getting all the way up to about half inch of rain, looking at about quarter inch of rain from plymouth down to new bedford and even less than boston perhaps less than tenth of inch of rain there. boston at 50 which is where you are right now. we got the lower mid-50s southeastern mass and temperatures struggling a little more to the north and west of boston, northeastern massachusetts, southern new hampshire, central massachusetts, more like the mid-40s during the afternoon and upper 40s if you're lucky. over the weekend though, let's plan around the 30s tomorrow, see the blue shading in the background, that's where we get flurries and that's where we get possible patchy coating of snow out into southern vermont, berkshires, not going to be able to stick here because temperatures above freezing and we get a couple of streamers
clouds thicken up we have potential for couple flurries, you might see one or two in boston but have much better chance the further west ugtomorrow of seeing a few of those flakes, my pick of the weekends up being sunday 42 and brighter day, highs in the 50s and early next week, slight chance of a monday tuesday shower, better chances wednesday to thursday. christmas eve. back to you guys. >> sara: shiri, it is a lights. children caught on camera in a scary spot. the reason police can't do anything about it. >> gene: nba player with assist of the lifetime paris: there's a lot to do on a dairy farm. nobody's gonna do it for you. you have to get out there and do it yourself. bernie sanders is a well-known friend of family farms.
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see a lot of nannies dozing off or ignoring children and many nannies are texting when they shunts be and interesting to see if the nanny spying business comes to boston. >> sara: i personally really hope. i won't spy on you but anyone else i hire in the future i will. >> julie: brand-new family, family of three, cavs player, he and fiance have very first child, came a little early though and he had to deliver her wednesday morning in the bathroom of their house and i think the most interesting part is he had to use -- think fast and use a phone like your -- phone cord. >> sara: can you imagine having the courage to do that.
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came in early because the fog was definitely a factor in our drive. >> sara: tough drive in for all of u.s. and -- all of us and 1 week until christmas, can't believe it. have you got your shopping done? >> julie: most of it. >> julie: looking warm for christmas. >> shiri: shut down. yes, looking very warm for christmas. wait until you see the 7-day forecast and how much higher than any other day this week that christmas eve forecast is shaping up to be but for right now my maps include a lot of clouds, you might watch a little drizzle this morning, and there's still fog and i have to say the problem area is now southeastern massachusetts, provincetown, outer cape, you got dense fog right now falmouth two and a half mile visibility
southcoast, also got dense fog there in and around the boston area, no problems to report. in fact, fog very light in keene, new hampshire and don't and 50 now, 50 at noon and 48 at 3:00 p.m. so what's going on. temperatures are not moving very much today. dressing now for what you will find this afternoon, does end up being brightest today out in western massachusetts. central massachusetts. southern new hampshire. going to map up afternoon showers along the coast and the cape coming up in a few. julie, let's get back over to you for check on the roads. >> julie: breaking news on cohasset street and more in just a moment and wanted to point it out to you on the map. otherwise things slow on the expressway pretty typical furnace brook parkway it up columbia road and head from dedham into needham and then up to the pike. here is live look at the expressway where those are some
the camera and here are live drive times. 11 minutes on route 3 from 228 to the split, 31 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 30 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. here is sara with more on the breaking news. >> sara: all right, julie with, and as you just mentioned, police telling us car crashed right into a house in foxborough brand-new pictures on scene on cohasset street and get that to you right here. this is a main drag in foxborough, call coming in to 911 less than an hour ago. police tell the assignment desk car went right to the middle of the living room, so much damage there we understand, no one was hurt and lots to investigate this morning have crew on the way to the scene right now. stand by for live reports. >> gene: bullets firing right into a stoughton home, shattering glass and nearly
inside on the telephone. >> sara: police trying to figure out who fired the shots. fox25 talked with the homeowner in stoughton. >> i was stunned. couldn't believe it happened. >> catherine: started off as ordinary morning and talking to customer service. >> played music, went back and forth for 15 and 20 minutes. >> catherine: she eventually hung up and when typical friday was shattered. >> within four or five minutes there was a huge noise and when i came over here, pieces of glass all over-the-counter. when it happened i looked up and i could tell a bullet came through. >> catherine: as for when the bullet ended up? >> catherine: it was right here. >> catherine: bullet passing through the area where carol had been standing minutes early. scary but according to her son not a first. >> 17 years we have been here second time bullet came in the
>> catherine: scott believes it came from rifle and others have come through. >> we talk about the terrorists. it isn't the terrorists, it is the neighbors. >> percy says stoughton promised to look into the issue, carol still scared but thankful for one thing. >> huh not hung up the phone, i don't know what would have happened. >> catherine: catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: fire at milton home sparks two investigations this morning. >> sara: crew found six-year-old girl and she was home alone when they put out the flames. fox25 jessica reyes is live in milton and, jess, you spoke with firefighters at the scene this morning. >> jessica: we did, sara. still hooked up to the hydrant but they did tell me there's no danger of flareups here and out here manning the scene until the window are boarded up later on this morning. know the fire broke out around
here at hudson street in milton and we have learned that the six-year-old little girl was the time. she made it out safely and she was at a neighbor's house most of the night and police are investigating why she was home all by herself and fire department says it is salvageable and coming up the next hour the area of the home now focusing on as they look for a cause. live in milton, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: workers at dcf are losing jobs for not having the proper licenses. ten employees have been fired for not earning social work permits. 87% of the workers are licensed and governor charlie baker tells fox25 he wants the number to be higher. >> i certainly think we have any
the folks that are in the sensitive population and continued to work to improve on until we get north of 90, 95%. >> sara: state lawmakers passed new licensing requirement last year after the death of five-year-old jeremiah oliver from fitchburg. >> gene: this morning fox25 working tet get more details after car hit a man in whitman what happened near the post office and 68-year-old man was seriously hurt after being hit. the driver remained on the scene, crash still under investigation. that crash marks the second person hit by a car in whitman yesterday as we reported breaking news yesterday morning, teenager girl was clipped while crossing washington street to catch the school bus. high schooler only had minor injuries. the herald reports that the driver involved will not be charged because the bus driver waved her and another vehicle behind the school bus. >> sara: audit for boston
more than half of the schools are underpopulated by closing the buildings and firing some of the teachers school district could save $2 million per school and there are 125 schools in the district and mayor walsh says no one will close at the time. sara: city's board of health has voted to vase the legal smoking age from 18 to 21. the switch has already been made in dozens of communities and lawmakers may make the move statewide. the change in boston happens february 15th. >> gene: 7:37. four state agencies expected to improve letter of intent for indy car race. grand prix of boston says it will follow a street course around the boston exhibition
today tickets go on sale within a week and race is expected to be held labor day weekend. >> sara: board voted unanimously on proposed 1,915,000,000 casino proposal. next step is environmental regulatory process before mgm springfield can begin construction. they hope to hope 2018. >> sara: gillette is suing the shave club. now popular razor subscription company using own patented corporationlas -- formulas to make copycat blades and dollar shave club. more than 800 million people use gillette products worldwide and the company commands nearly 70% of the u.s. market for men's blades and razors.
school closing all u.s. campuses including this one in cambridge. 115-year-old la cordon bleu has same locations in the u.s. julia child learned how to cook there and current students learn to finish degrees and stop accepting applications. the parent company says the federal decision to cut off ferrell aid to career colleges help them make their decision to close. >> julie: good morning, everyone, check weather and traffic evader ten minutes. look at expressway, typical 27 minute commute right now from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. sure? >> shiri: sun is coming up, calumet cracks in -- couple cracks and 45 to 50 as you head out as well and incoming showers when we come back. >> sara: fight break out among teenagers but instead of
resource officer joined in. using as evidence and why students say they are shocked and new hampshire woman is victim of package thief but wasn't average present. very personal item she created from her father's shirt she is hoping to get back. >> gene: giving away prize everyday until christmas and every morning between seven and 8:00 we give you the fox25 morning news word of the day and then head over to our facebook page and have until 9:00 to enter. today the word of the day is
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>> sara: we continue to follow breaking news out of faux right now, check out this pictures. this is where police tell us a car has crashed right into this house right here. these are brand-new pictures of the scene on cocassette street. this is a main drag in foxborough. ago. police tell the assignment desk, the car, as you could see, went right through the middle of the living room, smashing through everything. you could see all the damage right here. no one is hurt. lots to investigate this morning we do have a crew on the way to the scene right now.
giving present to mother for christmas after making the case from her dad's shirt. >> that memorial shirt, my dad's shirt, doesn't mean anything to anyone. it means everything to our family. >> gene: while police investigate the community already rallying around david spreading the world in hopes the pillow will turn up and making another pillow in time for next week. >> sara: revere police officer battling cancer with a new pup. >> surprise. >> sara: fox25 was there when angela hall cavich a puppy. earlier this week he had fallen victim to a scam. he wired $250 to man in ohio who promised him a husky puppy. the dog never arrived. after hearing his story the
>> my heart was broken, just not fair and called everybody i knew that had anything
to do with a dog to get a dog farm. >> sara: named the pup nitro. the pup was taken from animal shelter the day he was supposed to put down and more good news for the young man. he is in remission for a third time. leukemia has more than 90% cure rate. >> sara: last month the foxborough high school senior wanted the picture used in her school's yearbook. this school said no because it looked like she was disrespecting the american flag by standing on it. well now her mom is apologizing on facebook. she says she is sorry for calling the schoolun -- school unpatriotic and they will take a
>> sara: giving hard working people of the salvation army. we were there and it was a great time for a great cause and, julie, i had awesome time with you and everybody else and for such a good cause. >> julie: it was a really good day and people were so kind, stopping by, saying hi, chatting with what's going on and dropping couple dollars into the red kettle. thank you to everybody that stopped by to say hello. take you out to the roads right now, things slow on the expressway, and started with the graphic, 13 miles per hour around morrissey boulevard. we have an accident cambridge street on the pike and, however, as you could see on the traffic slow very light especially this time of morning, friday morning where it seems like people are changing schedules up a little bit because we aren't seeing the bumper-to-bumper gridlock that we typically do. here are live drive times, 27
mass ave, 29 minutes on the expressway have the braintree split to the pike, 28 minutes on 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. fox25 storm tracker weather meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and, shiri, i think that you and i might have gotten trouble for aggressive bell ringing because we were being so noisy and got caught up in it. >> shiri: spending time outsides you will want to bring the umbrella but don't need it now and don't need it everywhere, impacting primarily massachusetts today and for the day tomorrow, it is windy, cooler, add in flurries then by sunday we got high pressure rolling in and that's really going to help clear things out and we start to warm up a little bit again, so 50 , certainly mild as you get your day started in boston, we will see temperatures very close to that 50 degree mark right where we
day. dressing now for what you have at lunchtime which you have for this afternoon, even what you have for the evening commute going down by a couple degrees, although boston has risk for rain, it is not an all afternoon rain, it would be a couple widely scattered showers, best chance is going to be after 1:00 today, so future cast you can see by late-morning, early afternoon, we got the spot showers rolling across the south shore, southcoast, cape and islands, cape where we will most likely see some steadier rain set up with some of the higher rain totals, at times showers flirt with boston and putting on you alert and forth shore could see isolated shower. just don't see it getting very far inland, so don't expect it to reach 495 or be able to push past 495 and 7:00 p.m. you can see showers are lighteddenning up but they are still favoring eastern and southeastern massachusetts. these are the towns and cities where we are most likely going
bridgewater, vineyard, temperatures hanging on to lower 50s there, 51 norwood in quincy, 51 in boston, 49 in beverly and 50 in rockport and going to include you guys in that risk zone for showers, but bedford, lowell and hudson, likely staying dry, keep going inland, middle 40s and also got more breaks of sunshine. over the weekend we will see more clouds tomorrow, 41 in boston and plymouth and beverly but inland highs are stuck in the 30s. going to be a chilly weekend here. we gain a couple degrees into sunday along with the sunshine but tomorrow set-up going to be one of on and off clouds, wind gusting 30 to 40 miles per hour and flurries occasionally throughout the day, not going to be able to stick to anything. 50s are back into early next week. mostly cloudy monday tuesday with more rain wednesday thursday and thursday's high, christmas eve, up around 60 . back to you.
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>> gene: chased truck through number of towns not knowing what was going on and when they got close enough they realized the driver was sick. >> slumped down and not conscience. >> gene: the blood sugar was dangerously low and managed to grab the hand brake and truck came to a stop and amazingly no one was hurt. >> sara: people in washington are finding marijuana under the christmas tree this year. now that marijuana is legal retailers are getting in the holiday spirit. they are selling gift baskets including rolling papers, pipes
is a big hit. >> it is every dream for people. >> sara: must be 21 to purchase and possess and limited to ounces. sara: video of family in texas driving around looking at christmas lights is going viral this morning. see three kids right here riding right on top of the minivan. neighbor took picture of this. police say this probably brakes several laws, including child endangerment and reckless driving but officers have no way of identifying the driver of that car. >> gene: beefing up security at happiest place on earth. metal detectors soon be placed at front gates of all disney world parks and more police officers will also patrol inside and outside the parks. toy guns will be banned, none will be sold in the parks and no
allowed to wear a costume, even in halloween. they are not saying they are responding to any specific threat made against them. gene: mysterious new bed. seismic activity lowers person into chamber and covers them up. bottom of the bed stores case of natural disaster so got goodies in there if you need them and bed was made by chinese company and questions about how it would actually work. it is like a casket is what it is. >> sara: feeling so claustrophobic right now
looking at this and i think i might faint. >> gene: lid closes on top of you. >> sara: if it malfunctions, what if battery stops.
news right now in foxborough. where a car crashed right into a house. >> sara: we have a crew heading there
to bring latest developments coming up. >> shiri: temperatures 49 9:00 a.m. 49 and you know what, 10:00 a.m. 50 . we are going with mostly dry forecast today but i have some afternoon showers, timeline on those coming up. >> gene: over 100 people got sick after eating at local
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>> sara: breaking right now. car slams into a family's living room. police looking at what went wrong behind the wheel. >> gene: milton home catches fire around dinner time and interesting in something else inside the burning building. >> sara: bullet flies into a kitchen and why neighbors are to blame. this morning. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, thank you for being with us on the fox25 morning news on friday morning. it is december 18th, hope your morning off to a great start, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. good morning to you.
seems to have come to an end. fox25 storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear when to break out the hat and gloves for the weekend. >> shiri: pretty much all day tomorrow. if you are doing any holiday shopping tomorrow, it is going to feel like december, not like it is now. 51 in boston, 49 in plymouth, 46 in bedford, 43 in nashua, lower 40s in worcester as well but check check out all the 50s over the southeast and visibility has improved in the boston area but still having tough time, new bedford, plymouth, outer cape down to nantucket as we got patch of dense fog, so travelers be advised, still looking dry at on either side of 50 by late-morning to lunchtime we do have some showers pushing down across the cape, the southcoast, possibly even reaching plymouth here at lunch and during the afternoon coming close to boston so boston do want you to be prepared, umbrellas and two and
through and 50% chance of rain strongest chance is still going to be to the south and further west you go, the more sunshine you find. 45 to 50 today, going to break down how much cooler that weekend will be coming up. now over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic. julie, where are the problem spots now? >> julie: we have breaking news in foxborough and we will have details and pictures for in a moment. first i want to show you the traffic and where we are seeing the most volume. expressway always troublesome, average speeds of 7 miles per hour as you head past morrissey boulevard. 93 south a little bit sluggish as you head from medford into somerville. right now route 1 in saugus, this has really been kind of a nice
commute there as you approach lynn fells parkway all morning. here are your live drive times, 19 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 28 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 31 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene and sara, back to you in breaking news in foxborough. >> gene: look at breaking news
car slams into a home on cocasset street. this happened an hour and 20 minutes ago. catherine parrotta just got to that scene and that's quite
a hole in that home behind you you have there, catherine. >> catherine: yeah, gene, i had say that's probably a bit of understatement even. 77 cocasset street here in foxborough and i want to show you the damage. give you extents of how this happened. first of all, see the living room here is pretty much removed, just shorn off and see the stuff that looks like galment right-hand side of the houses, unfortunately this is it is living room, not here at the time and homeowner tells me he was just getting up, about to take the trash out, but my photographer follow me this way, this is cocasset street and line of traffic that's moving toward us, it was coming that way. car that hit the home and what i did was cut straight across the yard here and that's when i went into the living room and i have been gathering information this morning and official tell me the driver of the car was
he was coming from wrentham and they don't know what happened but somehow lost control of his vehicle. that's when it again ended up into this house here. he was not injured. the homeowners weren't injured. in fact, they are right there. see the man in the beige coat and women with a teal coat, you can see they are fine and what a mess to contend with today. i did spoke with the homeowner, they have been living here since the '70s and cars have actually hit trees on the property before been but as you could imagine, nothing like this you could see the damage suffered by this house. it is pretty severe, so they are waiting for the building inspector to get here to assess the damage, tell them what they they had to do, don't know what to do and don't think they will be able to return here and you can see what they are be dealing with. much more information as the morning goes on and hopefully hear from the homeowner too. for now live here in foxborough, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: just a week before christmas -- thank you,
major blow for democratic candidate bernie sanders, washington post reporting that at least one of staff members was able to gain access to hick's private campaign data. the sanders campaign blames a software glitch and says they have fired the employee involved four other campaign staffers are accused of running searches while clinton's information was compromised. the democrats face off tomorrow in new debate. >> gene: the new hampshire primary is set and they will go to polls on february 9th and 1st primary of the 2016 presidential campaign, this morning new boston herald poll out that shows donald trump continues to have a large lead among republicans. billionaire 26% support, senator ted cruz and marco rubio tied 12% and bernie sanders two points clear of hillary clinton. the vermont senator 48% support to clinton's 46.
coverage from new hampshire the week of the primary. >> sara: today president president obama will travel to visit san bernardino terror attack. this comes hours after the first person charged in connection with the attack. enrique marquez is charged with conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. the 24-year-old is long time friend of gunman syed farook. prosecutors say marquez did not take apart in the assault but had assault rifles. he called 911 the day after the shooting saying my neighbor did the san bernardino shooting. the blank used my gun in the smooth. prosecutors said marquez and farook planned another terror attack in 2012. the pair wanted to place pipe bombs in cafeteria or library of community college and planned to throw bombs on freeway and open fire on drivers who stopped and
scene. this plot was canceled following another arrest for another group of accused terrorists in california. >> gene: happening this morning, second man tying up pregnant woman in quincy will be in court today. police arrested william macken yesterday in revere hours after they released his name to the public. fox25 brought you live breaking news coverage as police search for the suspect after the home invasion happened. more than $40,000 cash was stolen from the house on president's lane and another suspect was arrested near the scene. >> sara: new this morning new hampshire man accused of giving 17-year-old heroin just before her death was a confidential informant for the dea. according to the union leader court documents show that mark ross of rochester was paid by the agency on a number of occasions. the documents came to light because of another undercover drug case involving ross and the dea. 17-year-old eve tarmey died in motel room in rochester.
motel room table and watched the girl take the drug which was laced with deadly pentanol. >> gene: 8:07 march for peace and people are sick of the violence after four shootings in the month, one of them was deadly. they could not keep residents from coming out last night, 100 people including the police commissioner and mayor marty walsh holding candles and marching through the streets. >> i don't want to see nobody die. >> this is a great neighborhood and great people have been here and i don't think any shooting or any type of violence will keep anybody from loving the community. >> gene: it ended at the very spot where a man was killed last week. the most recent shooting happened on wednesday night hours after the communities talked about gun violence. >> sara: local family taking on chipolte after they say their son wound up in the hospital after eating at the fast food chain. fox25 michael henrich live in cleveland circle outside the
the lawsuit. michael? >> michael: good morning, sara the cleveland circle location is still closed. as you could see they have a sign on the front door telling potential customers that they are closed. they have been that way since december 7th and now this restaurant is at the heart of new lawsuit at out of brookline. a trip to chipolte turned ugly for dozens of people at cleveland circle sickened by norovirus. >> i have never seen a chain have five outbreaks within a 3-month period of time, never. >> michael: attorney specializing in food-borne illness cases. spoke about the lawsuit he filed against chipolte on behalf of a 16-year-old brookline boy who says he was hospitalized for half a day with norovirus after eating contaminated food at the cleveland circle chipolte. public health officials cited
work while sick. >> it is the fault of the restaurant, regardless if they knew the employee was sick or not. >> michael: in total about 136 people including boston college men's basketball team players were sickened. chipolte sent fox25 this statement. as a matter of policy we don't comment on details surrounding pending legal actions. generally speaking, however, in incidents like this, it is our aim to work with customers to see that these issues are resolved. the attorney representing the brookline family says he does intend on filing additional lawsuits that represent boston college students affected by the norovirus. live at cleveland circle, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> shiri: chance of rain will be today likely around the time of the even commute and southeastern massachusetts. i will show you how long the
why he is still o >> gene: school resource officer using his own fist to break up a fight. in omaha see the officer throw three punches at a student and student goes to the ground. the school and omaha police are investigating. the officer has been reassign to another post and will keep his job while another investigation continues. >> sara: 19-year-old teenager initially asked officer for directions for attleboro mass and officer was suspicious and ran the license plate and found out it was stolen. after arrested he told police he wanted to get out of rhode island. >> gene: man who jacked up price for lifesaving pill is out
this is video of martin shkreli after he posted $5 million bail in new york city. he has security charging stemming from hedge funds that he helped manage. he took stock illegally from a about biotech company he started in 2011 to pay off hedge fund debts. shkreli is ceo of turn pharmaceuticals and back in september he raised price of pill. earlier this month he spent millions dollars on album. the album only one ever recorded and fans are desperate to hear it and he told fans he has no intention of listening to it. >> sara: 19-year-old preparing to launch or help with an attack in the u.s.
loaded high capacity assault rifle magazines and other evidence in a closet at the teen's home. he reportedly used dozens of twitter accounts and helped would be isis fighters with travel. sara: california man accused trying to join a terror group and charge of providing material support to the alnursera front and made contact family vacation this year and arrested after recently booking one way plane ticket to the middle east. >> gene: state missing dead lines when it comes to making payments. daycare owner does not want to be identified since payments have been late ten of the last 12 months. provider depend on money to pay her bills and new being hit with late fees and overdraft charges. >> all of my income comes from
checks on the 15 and get thirtieth i don't have money. >> gene: state says it pays all invoices on time and invoices are first processed by private agencies and that can cause delays. state tells us hopes to have a new payment processing system in place early next year. >> julie: 8:17 on friday and close look we have been bringing you live on cocasset street where a car drove into the front of the house and completely destroyed it. see the traffic flow was bright orange because there's a lot of -- there's officials on scene, quite a few journalists out there so slowing things down and trying to use that to cut through 95 over to 140. keep in mind have another live report from you on the story shortly. otherwise things moving fine on 95 and 24 as you approach 128. expressway still slow from furnace brook parkway past freeport street and up to columbia road.
minutes route 3228 to the split and ten minutes 93 south to the leverett connect and her 30 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. fox25 storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear is here, i love this game. would you rather go with mild showers or cold flurries? i think i would go with mild showers. >> cold flurries to mix things up because we haven't had many of them and doesn't feel like christmas is on the way and go for a little more december like weather that's coming to town tomorrow and for today the brightest skies that will be inland, even in boston you can see thin spots and clouds developing though. rain also redeveloped as we get into the afternoon, mostly boston southward and we got gusty flurries in the forecast for tomorrow and i have to say when we have temperatures in the 30s like we will all day tomorrow, plus some wind on top of it, wind chill going to be brutal, going to be in the 20s all day tomorrow and for right now let's enjoy the warmth, what we can, 51
at mostly, not totally but mostly cloudy skies, temperatures we sit near 50 at 10:00 a.m., noon time 49 and we have slow temperatures fall back middle 40s in boston, lots of clouds around today and going to have to thicken up the clouds again as showers move back in and here is timeline on that by late-morning we will probably have a few sprinkles redeveloping over the cape, islands, southcoast, south shore, but it is not just sprinkles and drizzle today. steadier rain actually expected to develop across the cape, inland extent still a bit iffy, it will get to boston but not guaranteed to see showers and pretty good chance of passing through at 4:00 p.m. for the drive home from work, have a few of shows showers close to boston and mass pike, even potential of one or two of them reaching north shore here but overall
massachusetts until about 10:00 tonight and as they leave wind and flurries move in and rainfall much higher further down across the cape, half inch of rain far less. afternoon temperatures 50 in boston, 40s to the north and west and lower 50s to the south and east and those are warm locations down toward plymouth and fitchburg 50 this afternoon. highs over the weekend and this is where it really starts to change. these are saturdays and sundays high and saturday it is only going to be in the 30s for highs in spots like concord, new hampshire and worcester, especially a lot of the suburbs we are going to get stuck in the 30s. boston hey, lucky you, 41 tomorrow, not quite as cool, but we are going to have a tough time getting any of the flurries to stick because it is not quite going to be freezing. best chance for flurries will be out west but i see some of them
nashua area and sunday warmer of the two days over the weekend at about 42 and have 50s back monday and tuesday, mostly cloudy and check it out, 60 in the picture here for thursday and that would be christmas eve and anyone thinking patriots, yes, they are playing at home this weekend on sunday, got high of 40 and we will take a closer look at what kind of wind gusts you will face this weekend coming up. back to you guys. >> gene: 8:21 this morning. disney stepping up security to make sure no one brings any weapons in. that's not the only change. the clothing you can no longer wear if you want to enjoy the magic kingdom. handwriting lesson goes horribly
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>> gene: school district closed after geography assignment. students had to copy calligraphy and parents say it was way of pushing islam on the students. >> i will not have my children indoctrine ates. >> gene: because of the backlash from parents they had to cancel classes. >> sara: vatican makes a big a saint. pope says mother teresa cured brazilian man that had brain tumors. two miracles for person to be a saint and previous miracle recognized in 2002 and mother teresa is expect to be elevated
>> gene: child in ohio giving up christmas gifts in order to do something very special. joseph martin returning presents he would have received this year in order to pay for the funeral of grandmother's best friend. she had a heart attack on thanksgiving, she had no insurance and family needs to raise money to pay for the funeral. >> some kids never know if some kids wouldn't do that. >> gene: joseph's grandmother is proud of him and she also returned some of her own presents. >> what role model. >> sara: what a great thing. merry christmas. >> gene:. >> sara: stoughton home getting bullets and why they
morning. >> shiri: rain on the move today and cape and islands 70% chance of showers timing those out and flurries coming up next. >> jessica: catch holiday-cookie cheer on the tip of your tongue with dunkin' donuts' holiday- cookie-flavored coffees. after 12:00 p.m., enjoy any medium latte or macchiato for $1.99.
>> sara: continuing breaking news coverage right now in faux as we take a live picture where there's a huge hole in this house where the christmas tree used to be. a car struck this home on cohasset street. comes 1 week before christmas. >> gene: luckily in one was hurt. it could be a tragic situation. julie will talk about the traffic situation for us this morning as well. but the fog we talked about this morning, that has lifted thankfully, so not a big deal.
>> shiri: turn attention to cooler air moving in and warm weather we have in town right now, so satellite and radar kind of quiet, more clouds than
a lot you actually especially into southern new hampshire, northwestern massachusetts, we are seeing some thin spots in the clouds, so it is not all clouds all day, but it certainly is clouds and fog for this moment, spots like chatham dense fog in place, fog
in falmouth and boston doing just fine. and day planner and a little bit of fog of 51 , 50 at noon time today, it is going to be brightest the further inland you go, so going to keep the bright snows western mass and the merrimac valley and redeveloping and developing into the boston area and 7:00 p.m. showers are ending, it is going to be the cape seeing the showers and take the closer look at the timeline of that rain, plus when it is placed as heading into the weekend and julie grauert up now, let's send you back over to you for check on the roads.
>> besides the accident things overall light, volume is pretty reasonable for a friday morning. take a closer look at pike and average speed 11 miles per hour and morrissey boulevard that slows down for no reason and picks back up. things also a little bit sluggish as you head down from medford into somerville and live look at route 1 in saugus though no complaints as you approach lynn fells parkway and here are live drive times, 14 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 45 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and 28 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene, back to you. >> gene: car slams into a home gooly everything a gapping hole
firefighters the living room is gone. >> catherine: the woman would have been in the living room pulling the shades for the day and planning to have 17 people here at the house for christmas dinner 1 week from today. now they are faced with just trying to fix the house. as you could see they just taped off the front of this, seconds before they went on the air and wanted to walk you through what we learned about this so far and want to ask you to start looking this way, see the traffic heading toward us on cocasset street there, that was it is direction this vehicle was traveling and actually swing the camera this way, follow the path on the lawn, you could see the tire marks there, this is where the car went, right across the lawn and ended up against the front of the home here and bring you to closer look at damage, window crash, large crack next to the door and the fact that living room here is gone. i want to draw your attention there against the wall because you could see the greenery there
you right now and that was the couple's christmas tree and in in addition to the home suffering all of this damage, their cars were also damaged as well and see the damaged vehicle right there in the driveway. in terms of what we learned about the driver in all of this, officials tell me it was a 16-year-old boy from wrentham, one behind the wheel of the car, don't know the exact circumstances, just somehow lost control slamming into this wall here, but one of the homeowners told me he was just about to take the trash for the day when all of this happened. here is what he said about that. take a listen. >> woke up, getting ready to take the trash out and heard explosion and when i got there, up looked out and there was no front and coming around the corner and realized it was a car accident and glad wasn't hurt. >> catherine: nobody was injured and that was miraculous and there's the owner in the
he told me that he didn't know what had happened and teenager went home with the parents and trying to get handle on all of this. in the past half hour since the last report, the building inspector was there on the scene, take a look at the damage here, and he told us this was a load bearing wall and not going to be inhabitable for quite sometime and we asked would the family be able to use part of the house for christmas, didn't think so, that all of this would need to be shored up before they can even return to the home. again, you can see official still here on the scene still trying to assess what's here, insurance company called as well and we are going to be here on the scene throughout the rest of the morning bringing live report live in foxborough, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: miraculously no one hurt. sent out alert on our app and get the up to tate news alerts like this one any time, just
store or you can find it in google play if you have an andried device. gene: elderly woman says a stray bullet nearly missed her when it came through the won't. police want to know where it came from. happened a week ago at a pair of gun ranges. 83-year-old homeowner was only feet away when the gun ricocheted off a cabinet. fox25 was told it shattered nerves as well as windows and heard loud noise at first and didn't realize what happened. >> at first i thought the garage door may be settled down and when i came over here there was pieces of glass all over-the-counter and what happened i looked up and could tell a bullet had come through. >> gene: now they are wondering if she would be safener nursing home. >> sara: police investigating a possible child neglect case.
six-year-old all alone. jessica reyes live outside the house all morning with firefighters. good morning, jess. >> jessica: good morning, sara firefighters are still here right now, see outside the duplex here on hunton street in milton and looks like ready to head out, they have been here all morning, making sure things are 62ure here and flames broke out around dinner time last night. we have learned six-year-old little girl was the only person home at the time, she got out okay and mother got home a few minutes later and police are now investigating why she was home by herself in the first place. worst damage is to the back of the home and we understand firefighters say it may be able to be salvaged but they are looking into where started now. believe man started in the kitchen and they are focusing on the oven right now. coming up in the next half hour what they say about the future of the duplex.
reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: sabrina croft of hyannis and 17-year-old accomplice spotted trying to break into a truck on route 132. officer said the teens had stolen items including three guitars and came from at least seven different cars. gene: gillette suing boston shave club because they are using copycat blades to fend off companies like the dollar shave club. 800 people use the products worldwide and 70% of the u.s. market for men's raisers and blades. gene: historic cull mar tay school closing campuses including this one on 1st 1st street in cambridge. 151-year-old cordon bleu that's where julia child attended and current students will be allowed to finish the degrees but the school in boston stopped
parents company says the federal government's decision to cut out federal aid to career colleges help make them -- help them rather make the decision to close. >> sara: new this morning audit of boston public schools has been released with findings that could save the district millions. take look at numbers. more than half of the schools are underpopulated. the district could save $2 million per school. the district could also make money at tune about 4 million building by selling buildings that are closed and there are 125 schools in the district. mayor marty walsh says there's no plan to close any in the district at this time. >> gene: letter of intent for indy car race around the seaport strict. grand prix of boston the high speed race will follow a street course around the boston convention and exhibition center
the race is expected to be held on labor day weekend. gene: keeping tabs on the people that are keeping an eye on your kids. coming up the hot demand that has nannies on their toes. >> sara: and it is a classic question. what would you do if you found a bag full of money. how restaurant worker returned more than a year's salary left in booth at diner. >> shiri: we check traffic and weather every ten minutes, 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: leaving the house, 51 , we have mostly cloudy skies and some fog south of the city. 5:00 p.m. 47 and rain around timeline on the heaviest rain today when to plan around the drops coming up next.
nein the country, oldest built in 1869 so cool to be working in one of the orlando structures and we have firehouses fire apparatus and one station for fire prevention and we have three ladder trucks, engines. >> 120 members to have the opportunity to work here is really nice. work closely with the boys club, girl's club, ymca, local schools with a community. >> always a challenge to be ready. right now 9800 runs and probably top 10,000 runs this year. 10,000 never hit and we will hit that this year. >> two or three house fires in the last few weeks, so you can
have a call, that's how it works there, do anything. >> i enjoy working with the guys, help somebody whether be structure fire, just enjoy all of that. >> share the sto anncr: when the attacks come here... ...the person behind this desk will have to protect your family. will he be impulsive and reckless, like donald trump? will he have voted to dramatically weaken counter-terrorism surveillance, like ted cruz? will he have skipped crucial national security hearings and votes just to campaign, like marco rubio? 27 generals and admirals support jeb bush. because jeb has the experience and knowledge
>> gene: 8:43 this morning. beefing up security at the happiest place on earth. metal detectors will be at front gates at walt disney parks. toy guns will be banned and won't be sold and no one over 14 will be allowed to wear a costume, even at halloween. they are not saying if there's any specific threats made against them. >> sara: video of family in texas looking at christmas lights is going viral this morning. three kids riding on top of the minivan and neighbor took the video saying it probably breaks many laws. >> sara: two years ago hazel
this is video from when she was sick. well now she is back bringing homemade presents to the kids that are still in the hospital and their families say she is bringing them more than just gifts. >> sara: >> makes me happy, making me up. >> sara: onlike fundraiser has been set up in hazel's name and hopes revenue will be able to be set up that nearly cost her her life and incredible, beautiful story, julie and gene. >> gene: god bless hazel that's for sure. gene: customer left $32,000 cash on wednesday night, turned it over to police, tracked down the owners. owners person responsible for the cash they have a bunch of rental properties and going to go put the cash in the safe deposit box but couldn't find a
water underneath but not sure. >> gene: claustrophobic what would you do. >> julie: kid jumps on your bed. and snuggle up close and either way i will take what comes as far as earthquake concerns but this doesn't look like very much fun. buy at your own risk. >> julie: hoping won't have any traffic on christmas. right now things looking good as well and green traffic flows, red spots i'm seeing on 93 south and on the expressway which is what we are used to but overall this commute has been relatively quiet besides the breaking news that catherine has been covering for us and live look at the
exposed 99 shot but still room between the cars, not the worst ever, and see from the drive times, 25 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 21 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and 26 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. fox25 storm tracker weather meteorologist shiri spear joining us and earthquakes not necessarily east coast issue, west coast, so deal with them. >> shiri: i instant low thought coffin. no thanks, i've not a vampire. all about the wet weather today. not going to be like it was yesterday half inch of rain in boston and worcester and this time streaming up the front and impact southeastern massachusetts and shower are going to be relatively scattered and afternoon. tomorrow, windy cold weather moves in, got flurries that develop as a result and then into sunday look at what's back, high pressure and that's going to pump in a little more sunshine and also some milder temperatures for the second half
talk about mild. 51 right now in boston. it is flat out balmy out there. temperatures about 10 above average. 50 at 10:00 a.m. 49 at noon time today and although it stays mostly cloudy, your best chance for getting a couple of showers into the boston area after 2:00 p.m. today and then into the evening hours into probably the drive home from work. there you can see it, it gets closed, plymouth southcoast cape and islands and that's whereby 1:00 p.m. i have steadier rain moving back in and comes close to boston and wet roads heading home from work earlier today and especially south of the mass pike and one or two showers to the north shore this afternoon and outside of 495 i will keep the forecast dry today, will keep you partly cloudy, here is where you have the rain, lower 50s, cape and islands, sandwich at 52, chatham at 52 and up to the south shore plymouth at 51 and 50
clouds and risk of rain even to norwood and quincy and brookline and boston and beverly and rockport as well and mostly cloudy in spots and lowell and hudson and more breaks of sunshine out toward keene and western massachusetts. tomorrow though high in worcester, 34 and cooler by comparison and cold enough
for flurries and flurries sneak into worcester and manchester and possibly even into the boston area and don't worry, not cold enough to get and 60 is back by
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>> gene: i couldn't do that. >> sara: how about the gorgeous photo. this was released overnight with announcement little prince will start preschool in the new year and going to montessori school right near their home in the can you imagine the kids that get a play date with that family? >> gene: i'm sorry. she was looking at the princess. she looks great. >> sara: always beautiful. >> gene: following the bruce pardo -- following the video of wild crash that took out family's home. the wife that was almost in the path of the destruction tells us why she feels lucky this morning. >> shiri: we got 50 , 10 and 11:00 a.m. and show what you time temperatures start going down, the rain moves in and how long the flurries last this weekend.