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miss universe that has everyone talking. >> gene: card that parked all the controversy. complete new england news this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, 7:00 on monday morning, december 21st, hope your morning is off to a lavanchy. parrotta in for sara underwood. we are starting off chilly this morning, but we are talking about breaking a possible record unbelievable, feels more like march out there and storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear you're here with the forecast. >> shiri: a lot of conflicting feelings about the really, really warm christmas eve forecast. 30s on the map from boston at 39, norwood at 39 , same in plymouth to 37 in beverly, 40 in fitchburg, but only 30 in nashua and worcester is coming in at 34 . this is where we are headed today so future cast, a lot of on and off clouds, boston at 49
have the upper 40s but to the south and east we got the lower 50s. so it is going to indeed be normal, 39 , temperature outside right now, that is the normal high this time of year and 50s into the afternoon and very low risk today and highs 48 to pix, mostly cloudy, mild and breezy, so coming up we will talk about what kind of winds we should plan around today, but for now julie grauert standing by with live drive time traffic. julie, how are things doing out there? >> gene: . >> julie: things are slow on 93 south after since the accident happened about an hour ago and we are still seeing slower drive times than issue starting right after the cloverleaf in woburn and heading there you woburn and into somerville. the expressway also problematic, awful speeds of 18 miles per hour. as you could see bumper-to-bumper as you pass the gas tank and here are live drive times, 19 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 29
the braintree split to the pike, 50s minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. sara and gene -- catherine and gene, back to you. >> catherine: developing this morning in new hampshire, all public schools are closed in nashua after a violent threat is e-mailed in. >> gene: now first fox25 first broke this story out the of new hampshire on our news app last night. fox25 stephanie coueignoux live at nashua north high school where this threat is now being investigated by the fbi. good morning, stephanie. >> stephanie: gene, the threat specifically mentioned two different schools, nashua north which is right behind me and nashua south high school which is a few miles away. i want to show you this video, we took this video about 30 minutes ago, and you can see the two police cruisers circling this parking lot. we have seen them do that a few times now since we were here at around 4:30, so they have definitely ramped up the police presence and also last night we spotted new hampshire state police officers and dogs sweeping the perimeter of the
nashua police telling us that a threat was e-mailed in yesterday again listing nashua north and south high schools. they didn't say what that specific threat of violence was, about you they told us the e-mail stated students and staff at both schools would be harmed today, so as a precaution they decided to close down all 17 schools today. parents, they were notified about threats through automatic phone call and some parents we spoke with said as soon as they got it, they were scared. >> something going on sending my son to school and then having this is scary. >> i love my kids to death, you know, and i could never see myself without my kids. i will die with them. >> stephanie: now, the fbi is working with state agencies to determine the credibility of the threat and also who sent that e-mail. the isn't hopes to resume classes tomorrow. of course, we will continue to reach out to both police and the
an update we will let you know. meantime,, come youing -- coming up in 30s minutes the person that received the e-mail and alerted police. in nashua, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> gene: one person dead, several people critically hurt in crash on vegas strip, woman drove her car in crowd of people near the paris holt in the planet hollywood resort. 37 people were hurt. the strip was closed as dozens of fire trucks and ambulances arrived on scene. police say they were treating this crash as intentional act. witnesses say the driver made no effort to avoid the crowd. >> it looked like she wasn't even trying to stop the car. she had both of her hands on the wheel and looking straightforward and there were men running after her trying to stop the vehicle. >> gene: now the crash happened while the miss universe pageant was taking place at planet hollywood. police now say the driver just moved to the las vegas area. a three-year-old child was also in her car and was not hurt. we will have more on this story
a third person expected to be charged in the theft of military weapons from the worcester armory. fox25 has obvanned court documents identifying tyrone james as the suspect. he lied to investigators and was in possession of some of the stolen weapons. the dorchester man is in custody on unrelated charges. prosecutors suspect he may have sold some of the stolen weapons. catherine: former armory reservist james morales charged with stealing ten pistols and six assault rifles earlier this year. ashley bigsbee is accused of helping morales sell the we go. bigsby and morales live together. >> gene: full investigation into this weekend's carbon monoxide scare in keene. at least six people were treated for gas exposure after a mixing issue at local plant on saturday the cell phone video captures firefighters going door to door to more than 1,000 homes to make
the man that took the video tells fox25 he is thankful the firefighters acted quickly. >> that's pretty scary. i mean you think of everything that's happening and a lot more could have happened to these people if it wasn't more -- if took more time for them to find out. >> gene: in addition to full investigation the governor urged all residents to buy carbon monoxide detectors. gene: this morning federal workplace investigators are trying to figure out why a tire exploded at a local sears auto garage. it happened at rockingham mall. justin almon was killed when tire hit him in the head and comer was also hurt. the company is working closely with investigators. there are no prior safety concerns at that location. >> catherine: a police chase across the state line and ends in a crash. this is the scene in seabrook, new hampshire last night. you could see police covered the driver side of the suv from view this all started before 7:00
in danvers. mass state police tell us the driver took off across the highway heading north into new hampshire. within 30 minutes the car crashed. no word on that driver's condition. catherine: happening today the driver accused of causing this head-on collision in saugus will appear in court. ronald jarosz caused for the scene and turned himself in. three people hurt in the crash, two critically. catherine: pepperell man accused of charging at a police officer with a machete. it happened at hollis street home saturday night and here is look at large weapon. police say the suspect was holding this knife and threatening to commit suicide by cop. police used a taser to stop him. the suspect's name has not been released but police say charge are pending. >> gene: new england patriots have won 12 games this season and they have earned a first round bye in the afc playoffs. pat patriot in the holiday
plenty to cheer about in this one. tom brady hits rob gronkowski and pats up early, never trailed in the game. second quarter defense gets involved and forcing fumble of backfield, ball bounces around and hicks will scoop it up and big man falls into the end-zone, that is a touchdown, defensive lineman's dream. pats crews to the victory, final score 33-16. up next patriots hit the road sunday. >> catherine: presidential candidate claims some are helping his rival. bernie sanders claims the democratic national committee put debate on saturday night before christmas to protect front-runner hillary clinton. the timing was toen shure there would be low viewership and complained about saturday night during a college football season last night dnc punished sanders
catherine: two republican presidential candidate will be in town today. jeb bush hosting a town hall. he will be in beryl lynn and littleton tomorrow. catherine: attending a women for kassig event at portsmouth country club. he will also hold town halls in rochester and concord. >> catherine: republicans ben carson, chris christie and marco rubio will be in new hampshire along with democratic martin they are leading up to a new hampshire primary which is in florence beaulieu. >> gene: wearing body cameras on duty. city council set to approve body cameras for the police department and officers used them for three months and responded positively to the cameras. >> we noticed that when we get out and say how you doing, sir, ma'am, just so you know you're
those that were hostile seemed to immediately change their tune to be nice. >> gene: some think $300,000 could be better spent elsewhere and boston police also approved the use of body cameras. >> catherine: south boston family who lost everything in a fire now victims of thief. fire destroyed their condo and two weeks ago they were able to move back home and returned home to find someone entered the gated courtyard and made off with the patio furniture. the family says the furniture meant a lot to them since they are starting from scratch. >> how somebody takes something that was donated to us even though it was patio furniture and has deep meaning. >> catherine: the family's message to the thief is simple, just please return the furniture. >> julie: 48 minutes 93 south from 495 in andover to the zakim bridge.
>> shiri: what do you say grab the sunglasses before you leave the house because i have partly cloudy skies, 35 , 37 at 8:00 a.m. and 40 by 9:00 this morning and tell what you time the 50s are back on the map and what day we are going to be in the 60s next. >> gene: it is 7:11 this morning. four-year-old dies in a fire less than a week before christmas. >> he was looking forward to seeing santa. >> gene: how the community is
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amazing prices everyday at t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods. >> gene: 7:14 this morning. crystal clear picture caught on camera stealing christmas gifts off a porch. michael henrich joins us live from worcester where the homeowner says stole the fox right after it was delivered. good morning, michael. >> trying to get the christmas gifts back and checked the arrest log the last 45 minutes and the person you see in the video is still out there. >> michael: marcy bark witts had let them know it delivered on time and package was not there. >> looked it up on the video
there was the guy, walking in, took my package and walked out. upscale drops off the package and then a man with a cell phone on his ear passes marcy's house multiple times before walking up in broad daylight looking right in the camera at one point and walking away with a camera that did not belong to him. man seen in the screen grab stole $100 worth of christmas gifts with the holiday right around the corner. >> the fact that someone came up and stole it that's not the property to take. there should be something done. >> if the person was caught, only face a misdemeanor and small fine and nonetheless worcester police are investigating.
henrich, fox25 news. catherine: hackers infiltrated and allowed to spy on communication and department of defense, justice department and several big companies. the fbi says the hack is so sophisticated there has to be a foreign government involved. tonight a private space company will resume the rocket program. by the weather. there's a one minute launch minute tonight. in june cargo to the international space station and testing booster rockets that could be recovered after the launch and reused. >> julie: 7:16 of christmas week and overall volume has been light, a lot of us getting into holiday mode so normal patterns we see are a little bit different. still seeing things slow on the expressway though. i think that's something that's
as we head up to 93 south heavy volume from the cloverleaf down through medford and into somerville. check this out though, live route 1 in saugus, you're cruising, nobody out there as you approach lynn fells parkway. here are live drive times, 18 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 50 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 28 minutes on 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. catherine parrotta tweeted this out that shiri has been tracking record breaking warmth but if you look very closely at the pictures she tweeted, you will see shiri in some unconventional footwear but we all sport amount of temperature. >> can't do it in heels, might have to trade for flip-flops i think as we head toward thursday because we have a huge warm-up underway. i can see how beautiful it looks in boston right now, we have high, thin clouds filtering this
and breezy today and winter begins at 11:48 tonight but no winter like temperatures in sight here, but no hope of christmas snow but tons of chances for rain and keep it real -- not going to bump us all the way down to zero but i have a very low chance of showers tomorrow, right in meat potatoes of the day, late-morning straight through the afternoon and showers wednesday night we got rain, thursday we will have a couple stragglers left so it turns pretty wet this week. i think if you have any last shopping to do and got today 39 in the city right now, we have the thin clouds as you saw, feels like 30 though because of the breeze right now and wind chill something to consider as well as getting dressed these morning and feel in the 20s if you feel like getting breeze at all and 42 at 9:00 a.m., jump to 50 at lunchtime and lower 50s this afternoon in boston but
warmer down across south eastern massachusetts, this is plymouth right now 45 and actually get all the way into the middle 50s here this afternoon but this is where we take on some of the stronger wind gusts up to about 45 miles per hour and take you through future cast that you can see don't have that much green popping locally, mostly clouds that we have and breezy warm air coming into play, moisture is going to be increasing as well and lead to the clouds, yes, but bring to slight chance of shower and more so chance this afternoon at across western most new england and northern new england and locally the spot to watch for that lonely shower would have to be southeastern massachusetts with winds coming in off the water and future cast all the way into tomorrow morning and patchy drizzle and don't see it slowing things down that much and time we hit lunchtime things will become much wetter we got a steady rain, pockets of heavy
that carries straight through evening commute and sloppier than the drive work tomorrow with rain and fog in place, rain showers going to be tapering off right around dinner time say at 7:00 tomorrow evening. high temperature today 53 in boston and beverly, 56 in plymouth, we got lower 50s, worcester is the 49 and some of the low to mid-50s out across the cape and islands. tonight steady 40s with the thickening clouds and tomorrow we got showers in police. the 50s are back on the map and 50s aren't going too far this week. see we wake up to 42 on wednesday, 56 in the afternoon with nighttime rain on thursday 67 , that would be record setting heat if we get the high, lingering showers, dry with 59 , low 50s this weekend, chance of rain both days. back to you guys. >> catherine: airplane with hundreds of passengers and
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>> gene: force awakened in the movie and has set a record for box office sales and saw the biggest opening in history bringing in estimated $238 million in the united states and canada alone and eye
popping 517 million worldwide. back in 1977 the first film in the star wars saga also set the record for the time. newest film beat out jurassic world for the new record for $30 million. gene: long lines across spain as purchasing tickets for the world's richest lottery. $2.5 million up for grabs. drawing called el gourdeo up tomorrow and thousands of
population takes part in this lottery. >> julie: steve harvey accidently announced the wrong winner of the miss universe pageant. >> i have to apologize. the first runner up is colombia. >> see crowd on her head and go over to miss philippines, that was you, you're the winner and as you could see. >> second runner up, first runner up and miss uners have and look at how small they wrote
happened with the car and can't help but cringe but felt bad. they handled it well. >> also have a story about taylor swift. she is still making fans dreams come true, spreading holiday cheer reaching up to one lucky fan. pop star surprised this 12-year-old girl that was battling cancer. >> catherine: check out website too and biggest fans and so excited to have t swift come. >> paterno part as a person. >> really makes time for her fans. >> julie: songs get stuck on repeat and they are good there right-hand going to do something really cheesy. 30s as wake up this morning,
complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: 7:29 and winter officially starts today but you would never know it. leave the gloves and hats in the closet. we are expecting temperatures that are down right mild as we head toward christmas. a lot warmer than year's past. possibly the warmest december on record. and temperatures coming up this week are certainly going to make it feel like it, december, really christmas week, unbelievable. >> catherine: getting a lot of positive responses to the warm temperature on christmas eve, even though not really seasonable. >> shiri: don't need it to snow but wouldn't mind feeling your breath maybe. let's not forget how warm it is out there right now, cloud cover and plenty of cracks in the clouds, thin enough, got morning sunshine, sunrise pictures have actually been beautiful, 39 boston, 39 randolph, 39 in
portsmouth, new hampshire at 35 and we got worcester at 34 actually in worcester and amherst, new hampshire at 35 . and some lower 40s from the islands. cool, not cold, it is cool this morning. we got breaks in the clouds now but at noon time expect mostly cloudy skies and about 50 so hello another mild day, 3:00 p.m., around the time see temperatures peaking at 55, going to be breezy though this afternoon and i'm going to highlight some of the breezier spots and, yes, breakdown the very warm christmas eve forecast coming up in just a few. julie, let's get back over to you for a check on the roads. what's the latest? >> julie: slow on 93 south and get through the cloverleaf starts to slow down average speeds 12 miles per hour from woburn down into medford and somerville. pike moving along actually at decent pace still from framingham through the weston tolls and brighton still very manageable over to the live
pike from 495 to nashoba valley, typical 33 minutes on expressway from the braintree split to the pike and 50 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene and catherine, back to you. >> gene: young boy loses life in forir days before christmas and helping his mother and sister. they were both seriously hurt in the fire and lost everything. fox25 jessica reyes live in westport this morning where cause of the fire is still under investigation. good morning, jess. >> jessica: it happened at mount pleasant street in westport and little boy was trapped on the second floor and still trying to figure out how the fire started. unimaginable loss of four-year-old great stand son five days before christmas. >> never know from one minute to the next about your children and what will happen to them.
killed in fire in mount pleasant street in westport late saturday night. a fast-moving fire broke out around 11 catching everyone inside offguard and mother and sister were able to get out oak but caleb was trapped in the second floor. >> i was praying someone would go and get him and please let him be alive. >> jessica: neighbor tried to save him but had to jump from second story window to save his own life. to jump. >> jessica: this morning caleb's mother and sister remain at boston hospital, they are recovering and meanwhile fund has been set up for them and link to them on website at myfoxboston.com. live in westport, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: firefighters in brockton say a 68-year-old man is victim of deadly fire near city hall. fox25 learned that robert samuels was double amputee and
apartment and no word on cause but investigators say it appears to be accidental. gene: developing this morning in nashua, new hampshire, threats of violence forced closure of all the city schools. >> catherine: fox25 first broke the story last night. fox25 stephanie coueignoux live at nashua north high school where the threat is now being investigated by the fbi. stephanie? >> stephanie: catherine, just a few seconds ago we saw a police cruiser and perimeter nashua north high school behind me and going around perimeter once an hour and started about ten minutes ago and see doors locked this morning and 17 schools closed here in nashua because of the threat and fbi working with state agencies and who sent the e-mail and we did ask if a student may have sent
this point they don't have any information it was a student and they are looking at all angles. nashua police they tell us school administrator was the one that received that e-mail yesterday. that person immediately called police. didn't say what the specific threat of violence was but they did tell us the e-mail stated students and staff at both nashua north and south high schools would be harmed today. the superintendent alerting parents through automatic call yesterday. he says he hopes classes resume tomorrow and police say they hope they are not taking any chances. >> definitely a tightrope we have to keep in mind the safety of everybody involved, students, teachers, other workers in the building. >> jessica: school systems in l.a. and new york have also received threat and so far no arrests have been made and taking look at school you can see all the window are dark,
here as well and are continuing to reach out to events and staff and administrators and pass along any information and coming up in 30 minutes the action police took immediately here yesterday at this school as soon as they received that e-mail. in nashua, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> catherine: we continue to follow bruno in las vegas this morning where a driver plowed strip. one person was killed, dozens of others are injured. fox25 daniel miller joins us with the latest on the investigation and what witnesses are saying about that chaotic scene, daniel. >> daniel: interviewing dozens of witnesses to try to pinpoint exactly what happened. right now police don't know why the woman drove into the crowd but witnesses say it looked like she meant to do it. it happened last night on the las vegas strip as you mentioned right now right near the paris hotel and planet hollywood resort.
the strip was closed as dozens of emergency vehicles arrived on scene and witnesses say the driver made no effort to avoid the victims. >> trying to get the child out of the back seat and accelerated again and just kept mowing everyone down. >> daniel: crash happened while the miss universe was taking place at planet hollywood and the driver just moved to the las vegas area. a three-year-old child was also in the car and wasn't hurt. now, the driver is being held at clark county jail. investigators are waiting for results of the blood test to determine if she was under the influence of drugs or alcohol. of course, we will continue to follow this breaking story for you throughout the morning. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news.
reporting police found not only shah lines in amador medina har fort apartment but found a big, snake and turtle. he said he was a santeria priest and it was used for healing ceremonies. gene: stephon silva of cambridge convicted on weapons charges during the trial of dzhokhar tsamaev he testified he let dzhokhar borrow a handgun two months before the 2013 terror attack. prosecutors say the handgun was used to kill sean collier days after the marathon bombing. >> catherine: new hampshire health official begin tracking all new cases of hepatitis c in the state. doctors fear there will be a spike of hep c cases as a result of the heroin crisis. it is often transmitted by
it can be cured but costly. catherine: former nsa contractor edward snowedden trying to recruit. snowden spent the past two years living in russia on asylum. in 2013 he leaked dozens of government documents to u.k. paper. catherine: woman giving own birthday gifts. her story is on facebook and donated gifts to toys for tots and story gone viral and her mom says she was brought up in a way that focused on selfless acts. >> we trafficked traffic examine weather every ten minutes and looking at 23 minute commute on
braintree split to columbia road shiri? >> shiri: breezy conditions, wind gusting ten to 20 miles per hour, these actually sustained winds but the gusts are going to be on the order of 45 miles per hour this afternoon. latest on wind advisory coming up. >> catherine: revenge taken out on him on served media. >> gene: coming up twitter rant during another contest that got one of the beauty queens kicked off stage. gene: giving away prize everyday until christmas until seven and 8:00 and give you fox25 morning word of the day and head over to the facebook page, click on contest link and enter the word of the day and until 9:00 this morning to enter
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approve. >> gene: passenger found suspicious device in the toilet on the flight to paris. it was square device made of cardboard and displayed a timer that was counting down. authorities searched the
plane and found that the item was a hoax. all 459 passengers and 14 crew members were safely evacuated and identity of the suspect has not been released. this was the fourth bomb hoax against the airlines in recent weeks. gene: 90 people missing in southern china after a landslide 30-foot wall of mud destroyed several buildings and search and rescue are underway and landslide happens when ground in huge soil and waste become unstable. >> catherine: one woman was killed, several others injured when the bus crashed into an suv
witnesses say the suv had been driving erratically and then stopped abruptly in the middle of the highway. the woman in the suv was killed injured. people on the bus were injured as well but they are expected to be okay. >> catherine: see on surveillance video they were able to get the suspect on to the ground until police showed up. gas prices looking to boost holiday sales and declining oil and gas prices have given shoppers extra money to spend and a lot of people decided to use that extra money to shop online. according to the national retail federation online shopping sales were expected to jump six to 8%. >> gene: two of the powerful men in world soccer have been banned. they were suspended this morning
this is more fallout from the criminal investigations into corruption by dozens of soccer administrators. both men have already said they will appeal. >> catherine: beauty queen has been suspended immediately. distancing itself from miss puerto rico after used twitter to launch anti-muslim tirade this week. can't show you the post because the account has been removed but called muslim terrorist and tweets were in response to this image of filmmaker michael moore outside trump towers and apologizing through the organization. platform won 2013 pageant. >> gene: kevin garnett. bruins stay hot and host at garden and first period goal
boston. devils put the heat on in second andy green redirect the puck in front. that ties the game at one. scoreless through the third, scoreless through overtime, go to shootout and watch move by ryan spooner, quick release and approves to be the game winner and 2-1 in shootout and b's will host the st. louis blues tomorrow at garden. >> julie: 7:48. route 3 south of town moving along 228 in rockland through hingham and weymouth up to the braintree area. those other major roadways 28, 95 that feed up to 128, moving along fine. expressway, of course, sluggish as you head from furnace brook parkway past freeport street, gas tank and up to columbia road here are live drive times, 11 minutes on route 3 from 228 to the split, 12 minutes 224 from 126 to 128, 20 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. storm tracker meteorologist
us about the spring and winter how it feels, at least. december. no hint of cooldown really either. what i have today highs going up to 54 and mid to upper 50s tomorrow and wednesday and then we actually bring in the 60s and upper 60s at that for christmas eve day on thursday and warmest and wet weather and not like going to be 57 and sunshine and above average temperatures straight into the holiday here, 39 in boston right now, feels like 30 because breeze we have 17 miles per hour and lower 40s and 11:00 a.m. 47 and 50 by 1:00 this afternoon and temperatures end up peaking in lower 50s in boston as clouds grow thicker and wind grow stronger and warm and breezy today, we are going
coming into play but don't have very much in way of wet weather until we hit tomorrow and today and include the slightest chance and on and off clouds coming into town, thickening during the afternoon and evening and best chance for getting getting any lonely shower and southeastern massachusetts, cape and islands with southcoast with the wind coming in off the water and western most massachusetts or southern vermont so those are the spots to watch for low risk of shower today. more than anything it is the wind that you're going to find out there, spending any significant time outside, hold on to hats, winds gusting 35 and 45 miles per hour this afternoon from the south shore down to the cape and islands. that's where i got a wind advisory starting at 11:00 this morning, but rest of the region still talking gusts on the order of about 30 miles per hour. this afternoon i got highs in the middle 50s for the cape and islands, mostly cloudy set-up there and in boston at 53 brookline at 53, 53 in
lower 50s to nashua and manchester and portsmouth, new hampshire, over to hudson i have 53 , hudson, mass 49 in worcester, 48 in orange. drizzle when you wake up, patchy, not going to be a consistent all encompassing rain until we hit the afternoon. so lunchtime rolls in and got more steady rain in the picture at times rain going to be heavy tomorrow afternoon and pockets of heavier steadier rain but kind of sloppy out there, fog as well for any of your afternoon plans weather it is heading and showers will be tapering off around tyner time tomorrow. so 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view, 56 on wednesday with night rain and then on thursday showers pretty broken up, so couple scattered showers at 67, lots of cloudy dry times, 59 and partly sunny on christmas and over the
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>> gene: will bester a christmas delicacy in many europe countries. >> catherine: big recall for dove chocolates. 67 assortments for dove snow flakes could be risky. pieces of other candy might be mixed in and candies could have nuts and dove snowflakes are sold only at wal-mart and could be returned to the steer -- store for a full refund. catherine: globe says school committee has been asked to name the athletic field after madeline lamb son, 17-year-old
october. she played field hockey, ice hockey and lacrosse and town recently built new fields at the high school and parents say private donations would cover the cost of the proposal. >> gene: man that recently became a single father had overwhelmingly support to ask for milk to feed baby boy. his mom died months ago. his mom wanted to brief feed him until he was a year old. he asked for breast milk donated and hundreds won't to help. >> people to be acknowledged, i'm an average ordinary guy trying to take care of son. >> green thanking generosity of so many mothers and he will be able to feed his son breast milk until at least the first birthday.
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comes up at 7:10 and short day but warm day and highlight very unwinter like temperatures next. >> gene: local homeowner catches package thief in the act and crystal clear surveillance praised as one of america's best mayors who governed as a pragmatist. bernie sanders passed more amendments in a republican congress than any other member. cracked the gridlock with john mccain to strengthen
>> catherine: developing news out of new hampshire. alarming e-mails taken very seriously. >> gene: one person dead and many others injured when a driver plows through a crowd of people on vegas strip. >> kept mowing everyone down. >> gene: what they are saying about the chaotic scene and heroic person red cross the passenger from the car. gene: big mistake everyone talking about this morning. why one beauty pageant had to give up title seconds after being crowned. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, 8:00 on monday morning. it is december 21st. we appreciate you being with us this morning, i'm gene lavanchy.
parrotta in for sara underwood. fox25 weather meteorologist shiri spear, chilly weekend but cold snap breaking. >> shiri: here is the deal. we got temperatures right now that are above the normal high temperature for this time of year. boston checking in at 41 , 39 in beverly, 39 in plymouth, 41 fitchburg, 34 in worcester, 31 in nashua, new hampshire, we got upper 30s south shore down to the cape and islands now in the 40s, even the 50s, so starting out really warm and if this is the launching point it is going to be mild. how about middle 40s by 10:00 this morning. lots of these on and off clouds tend to thicken up deeper into the day we go but at noon time we will be on both sides at about 50 , afternoon highs into the 50s at 4:00 p.m. turning cloudy. so 48 to 56 , mostly cloudy, but mild and breezy today and if you want not just the
50s but perhaps 60s in your forecast, let you know when that happens. julie grauert up now with live drive time traffic.
>> julie: new accident to tell you about, 495 northbound right before the pike. you could see a little bit of orange on the map as traffic flows slow down because of the accident. closer medford into somerville and live look at the zakim bridge where volume on the bridge and leverett connector pretty consistent this time of day during the weekend morning
commute and here are live drive times, 16 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 27 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, hasn't our 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, gene and catherine, back to you. >> gene: in nashua, new hampshire students are home from school this morning. the city closed the doors after they received very serious threats. fox25 first broke the story on news app last night. the stephanie coueignoux is live outside one of the high schools involved. stephanie, the fbi is working with local and state police on this. >> stephanie: and they are
we had perspective from 30 minutes ago and show you parking lot here from nashua north high school and typically filled with cars by now and not one car at all because again they had to close this school as well as the rest of them because of that threat. meantime, this is video that we took just about an hour ago and throughout the morning we have seen this. we have seen police cruisers circle the perimeter of that school really seems to be more active and ramped up situation here. also last night we spotted new hampshire state police officers and dogs sweeping the school as well. now, nashua police say a threat was e-mailed in yesterday. again, specifically listing nashua north and south high school. they didn't say what that specific threat of violence was, but they told us the e-mail stated students and staff at both students would be harmed today. so as precaution school administrators decided to close all 17 schools today.
the threats through an automatic phone call and some parents that we spoke to said, of course, this is very scary. >> so many things going on and sending my son to school and then having this is scary. >> i love my kids to death and i can never see my -- could never see myself without my kids. i will die with them. >> stephanie: again, the fbi working with state agencies to determine the credibility of the threat as well as who sent the threat. the superintendent is hoping to resume classes tomorrow and coming up in 30 minutes the person who first received that e-mail who immediately, of course, called police. in nashua, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> catherine: breaking news this morning a nevada woman is behind bars and waiting to be charged in connection with a terrifying scene on las vegas strip. witnesses say the woman drove her car into eye crowd of people near the planet hollywood resort last night.
several others critically hurt. 37 people were struck and police say this was an intentional act by the driver but it was not an act of terrorism. three-year-old child was also in the car but was not hurt. we will have more on this breaking story throughout the morning. >> catherine: happening today third person charged in the military weapons from worcester armory. fox25 has obtained court documents identifying tyrone james was arrested and dorchester man in custody on unrelated charges and prosecutors suspect he may have sold some of the 1208en weapons. james morales charges with stealing the weapons from the armory and ashley bigsbee arranged to help sell the weapons.
>> gene: new hampshire governor calling for investigation into the carbon monoxide scare in keene. six people treated for gas exposure after a local mixing saturday. going door to door to more than 1,000 homes making sure no one else was in danger and man that took the video tells fox25 he is thankful firefighters acted quickly. >> that's pretty scary. think of everything happening and a lot more could happen to these people. took more time for them to find out. >> gene: in addition to full investigation governor urged all residents to buy carbon monoxide detectors. gene: federal workplace detectors trying to figure out why a tire exploded at local sears auto garage. happened at rockingham mall saturday. worker justin almon was killed when a truck tire exploded and hit him in the head. a customer was also hurt. sears sent fox25 a statement on the incident saying that the company is working closely with investigators. after doing some digging we
safety concerns at that location >> catherine: police chase crosses state lines and ends in a crash. that was the scene in seabrook, new hampshire last night. you could see police covered the driver side of the suv from view this all started before 7:00 with the traffic stop on 95 south in danvers. mass state police tell us the driver took off across the highway heading north into new hampshire. within 30 minutes that car crashed. no word on the driver's condition. catherine: happening today the dryer accused of causing this head-on collision and three people hurt in the crash, two critically. >> gene: sound from chain snapping from a car in falmouth. police there tell fox25 car crashed into the home, it happened sometime saturday into sunday and house is on the
no one was at home at the time and there was no sign of the driver. crash remains under investigation this morning. gene: pepperell man getting mental health evaluation after accused of charging at police with a machete. it happened at home on hollis street saturday night. there's a look at how large the weapon was. police say the suspect was holding large knife and threatening to commit suicide by cop. police used a taser to stop him and suspect name has not been released but police say charges are pending. >> catherine: south boston family that lost everything in a fire last year are now victims of thief. 14 months ago a fire destroyed the condo and just two weeks ago they were able to move back home, but they returned home to find someone entered their gated courtyard and made off with the patio furniture. the family says that furniture meant a lot to them since they are starting from scratch. >> to have somebody take something that was donated to us, even though it was just patio furniture and has a deep
>> catherine: family's message to the thief is simple, please just return the furniture. catherine: new at 8:00 there will be a hearing over a decade long vigil at scituate church. story fox25 has been following since it started years ago. parishioners at st. francois xavier cab reini was ordered closed since the sexual abuse scandal. group is trying to kick them out but group hoping they will let them stay while they petition the supreme court to revie the case. >> gene: 12 mints this season and wined first round buy in playoff. up seven early and never trailing this one, second quarter defense gets points on the board and chandler jones forcing fumble in the backfield. the ball bounces around and mix
takes it in the end-zone for the td, defensive lineman's dream. 33-16 and pats hit road sunday to take on the new york jets. >> julie: a little over an hour, 63 minutes on 93 southbound from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: hitting road right now, you will want to sunglasses, a little bit of sunshine out there, 36 now, 39 at 9:00 a.m. and by 10:00 this morning 42, i will tell you when the 50s, even 60s back on the map next. >> gene: local family dealing with loss of four-year-old boy killed in weekend fire just days before the holidays. >> christmas is next week and he was looking forward to seeing santa. >> gene: still ahead this morning the brave neighbor who put his own life on the line to try to rescue the boy. >> catherine: some of the clearer surveillance video we
suspect swiped the package off someone's front porch but the video there incredibly clear. >> michael: surveillance must be top-notch and simply wants the christmas gifts back with holiday a come days away and worcester police have a lot of surveillance video for which to work. e-mail alert let marcy know pamphile delivered right on time and package was not there. >> looked up on video surveillance and sure enough there was the guy walking in, took the back and back out. >> michael: entire grinch like situation unfold. ups drops off the package and man with a cell phone passes marcy's house multiple times before walking up in broad daylight looking right in the camera at one point and walking away with a package that did not
marcy tells fox25 the man seen in this screen grab stole about $100 worth of christmas gifts with the holiday right around the corner. >> the fact that someone came up and stole it, that's not the property to take. so whether it is $5 or $1,000, there should be something done. >> michael: marcy said if the person is caught they would face a miss mean and her small fine and needless to say they are investigating. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> catherine: season of giving is well underway and dedham yesterday. truck pulled up to the food pantry with 110 turkeys. firefighters had similar mission and dropping off donations to the norwood food pantry sure to make a difference for so many families. >> catherine: low gas prices helping to boost holiday sales.
have given shoppers extra money to spend and a lot of people decided to use that extra money to shop online. according to the national retail federation online shopping sales were expected to jump six to 8%. >> julie: route 3 southbound in billerica right around treble cove road. shifting south you can see things still slow on 93 as you head from medford down into somerville. however, route 1 in saugus has been very manageable all morning no issues there as you approach lynn fells parkway. shiri spear joining us now and no snow this week for christmas but there will be rain showers that you would be keeping an eye on.
week but today will be a dry day, turns mild and breezy and tackling shopping and lady that wears the hair back, guy hold on to your hat because i have the winter solstice at 11:48 and no winter like weather in sight. we just got the warm and windy today, that is it so no hope of christmas snow and christmas rain showers. today the chance is very slight, no more than lonely isolated shower but tuesday right in the mid of the day we are going to deal with rain soy more late wednesday showers and again scattered thursday rain, so doesn't really want to let up. not going to be raining that whole time, guys, and everyday at least a chance. boston right now 41 , we are talking partly to even mostly cloudy skies, a little bit of filtered sunshine this morning and clouds out the there and wind and 60 miles per hour and making it feel more like freezing now and 44 at 10:00 a.m., by noon time 49 , lower 50s will do it this
the clouds and turns actually windiest over southeastern massachusetts. right now plymouth partly sunny and 39 and temperatures work way into the middle 50s and comes with clouds and from the south shore down to the cape and islands, winds will be gusting around 45 miles per hour, wind that you won't be able to help but notice. so breezy and warm today, see clouds really rolling in, not much in the way of wet weather, seeing more clouds than anything else this afternoon and going to be a lonely shower and best chance there and cape and islands this morning and wind coming in off the water and that's about it, overnight tonight we will see clouds grow thicker and thicker and eventually lead to a little bit of patchy drizzle for the morning commute and steady rain moves in, probably happen during late morning, folks and steady rain through the afternoon and at times get pockets of heavier
wind down around 7:00 p.m. and out there for commute and going to be fog that develops as we have the rain moving in tomorrow and 51 in boston and 54 in plymouth and 47 in worcester and 48 in nashua, middle 50s down across the cape and islands. tonight steady temps in 40s, clouds a little drizzle by daybreak and tomorrow rain in the forecast and highs well into the 50s and wake up to the 40s wednesday morning with high pix and we have nighttime showers so at least the morning if you have to work and morning hours are dry and primarily during the evening and overnight hours. by thursday a lot of showers fall apart, going with widely scattered rain on thursday, dry times in there, 67 and crazy thing about that, that high temperature would actually be record highs from boston to
new hampshire, hartford, connecticut so looking at potential record breaking heat here on christmas eve day, christmas itself, 59 that wouldn't break any records but it would be just as warm as last year and over the weekend cools down a little, high 50 and 60 on sunday and risk of rain on both days, more showers on sunday. back to you guys. >> remarkable temperatures. primary season hillary clinton unveils not so secret weapon. still ahead this morning when
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: now at 8:30, winter officially starts today just before midnight. but forget the gloves, hats, long winter coats. get out the short sleeves, whatever you need, temperatures will be mild beyond belief for this time of year as we head toward christmas, a lot warmer than year's past, possibly looking at warmest december on record, probably do the warmest to it. >> shaping up to be there. >> gene: are you all right? >> julie: hard to drink the eggnog when spiked. >> gene: i disagree. have on fourth of july too. >> shiri: a little warm for me when start pushing 70 on new
find partly cloudy skies, lots of thin clouds, bit of sunshine here through the morning hours, 41 in boston and watertown and peabody and randolph at 40 , same in wellfleet, 30s on the map at 36, portsmouth, new hampshire 36 , 34 in worcester and auburn, 34 in pepperell up to jaffrey, new hampshire at 33 and we got 40s marshfield over to bridgewater, lower 40s, 41 in sandwich, 46 in brewster, how about 50 nantucket or the vineyard and temperatures the way that we are starting out already above the normal high temp for this time of year and warm-up is just kicking off, 50 in boston, and turning mostly cloudy this afternoon and back to 49 and also got winds to highlight today and i will have the latest on wind advisory and show you where you really got to watch out for stronger gusts coming up, but let's send you back to julie with live drive time traffic.
>> julie: 93 south and starts in woburn area and volume continues to stay steady and heavy through medford and somerville. 29 minutes on the pike 495 to mass ave and 26 minutes on expressway from the brant split to the pike and even getting relief on 93 where we dropped from hour and three minutes to the leverett connector. back to. >> catherine: little boy dies after a fire engulfs his home days before christmas. his mother and sister survived but are hospitalized with serious burns. fox25 jessica reyes live at the home in westport and, jess, neighbor made it to second home where the little boy was trapped but flames were too intense. >> jessica: that's right, late saturday night, and neighbor ran up to the second floor to get the little bow out, but actually having jumped from second story
life and fighter in westport they are still trying to figure out how the fire started. >> he was a sweet little boy. >> jessica: unimaginable loss of five-year-old great grandson five days before christmas. >> never know about children and what's going to happen to him. >> jessica: killed in fire in westport late saturday night and fast-moving fire broke out around 11, catching everyone outside off guard and mother and sister were able to get okay but caleb was trapped. >> i was praying someone would get him and please let him be alive. >> jessica: neighbor ended up saving him but ended up having to jump from second story window to save his own life. >> he had to get out and jump. >> jessica: fire department
fire happened at same location in 1952. as for kim's mother and sister, they are both in boston hospital this morning, but both are expected to survive. live in westport, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: we are following developing news in nashua, new hampshire where public schools are closed this morning. >> catherine: violent e-mails sent and stephanie coueignoux at one of the schools involved and fbi has joined local police in this investigation. >> stephanie: usually nashua, north high school closed and look over here in last 30 minutes we have seen the police cruiser parked right here in the corner and we have also seen police cruisers circling the perimeter. again, all 17 schools are closed today because of that threat and right now the fib working with state agencies to determine the
who exactly sent the e-mail and may have asked if the student may have sent the e-mail and police tell us at this point they don't have any information that it was a student and still looking at all angles and nashua police say school administrators say person that received the e-mail yesterday and, of course, immediately called police. police didn't say what that specific threat of violence was but they say e-mail students and staff at both nashua north and south high school would be harmed today and alerting parents through automatic call yesterday and hopes classes resume tomorrow but, of course, police say they aren't taking any chances. >> definitely a tightrope and keep in mind the safety of everybody involved. you know, students, teachers, other workers in the buildings. >> jessica: >> stephanie: no arrests have
we are continuing to reach out to police and school administrators and city as soon -- as soon as we have information we will let you know. police cruiser and also other one right here, circling about once an hour and again coming up in 30 minutes, the action police took yesterday as soon as they received that e-mail. in nashua, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> gene: 8:36, sturbridge man lucky to be alive after his home caught fire. fire officials say smoke detecter likely saved the homeowner. fire broke out around 1:30 a.m. at smell street home saturday and when crews arrived they found the man collapsed outside. he was taken to the fire for smoke inhalation. fire chief tells fox25 the fire spread quickly because the house was under construction. >> drywall on outside and behind it studs and channels and when the drywall was missing fire to
throughout the entire structure and that's exactly what we were encountering. >> gene: fire chief tells fox25 it was likely an accident but still being investigated. gene: firefighters in brockton say 68-year-old man victim of deadly fire in city hall. robert samuels killed yesterday. samuels was double amputee. the fire was contained to his apartment. no word on cause at this point but investigators say it appears to be accidental. >> catherine: more unusual items found in apartment where human bones were held in amador medina's hartford, connecticut apartment, but they also found a pig's head, snake and medina told police he was a santeria priest and used human bones for eagle ceremonies. >> gene: we continue to follow bruno. police in vegas have the woman
that killed one person. the woman plowed through the las vegas strip and did it on purpose and he joins us now with the latest witnesses say it locked like she meant to do it. >> it is intentional act. >> michael: woman in 1996 oldsmobile drives down the sidewalk, crashing in more than two dozen pedestrians. >> wasn't trying to stop the car looking straightforward, not even moving and windshields are busted and like three to four men running after her. >> she was up off the street on to the sidewalk two or possibly
>> daniel: inside the car was three-year-old child and witnesses scrambled to try to stop the driver. >> came stop right here at paris intersection and then like people punching the window trying to get the child out of the back seat. sheac sell rated again and kept mowing everyone down. >> daniel: police say the child was not hurt. at this point police don't know why the woman drove down the sidewalk. >> we know this was not an act of terrorism and we ruled that out. >> daniel: investigators looking at all the surveillance video from the area interviewing dozens of witnesses trying to pinpoint what exactly happened. the driver is now being held at clark county jail. investigators are waiting for the results of blood tests to determine if she was under the influence of drugs or alcohol. of course, we will continue to follow the breaking story throughout the morning. in the school room, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> catherine: man accused of conspiring with the
enrique marquez is accused of illegally purchases the two assault rifles, gunman and his wife used to kill 14 people. today the judge will weigh in on the bail amount for marquez. catherine: immigration officers were sloppy when they approved visa of one of the san bernardino shooters. there was not enough evidence to prove syed farook and tashfeen malik ever met in person, which is one of the requirements for a visa. they are reviewing the visa process and plan to review social media pages. >> gene: stephon silva was convicted. during trial of dzhokhar tsamaev he let dzhokhar borrow a handgun it was used to kill m.i.t. police officer sean collier in
>> julie: check traffic and weather every ten minutes, 44 minutes on 93 south from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge sure? >> shiri: sustained winds, 16 in boston and teens and 20s for the cape and islands but this afternoon a wind advisory in effect for southeastern massachusetts, gusts as high as 45 miles per hour. i will time out the windows and warm-up when we come back. >> gene: 8:41. a little girl seems to know what it means to be in the holiday spirit.
sanders says the timing was to ensure there would be low viewership and complained about a debate saturday night during college game. catherine: new hampshire voters will soon see if former president on the campaign trail. hillary clinton campaign says bill clinton will begin attending events in january. over the last few months bill clinton has called himself a bit player in his wife's presidential run. >> gene: several new hampshire candidates will be in court today. former governor jeb bush hosting a town hall in alten and event in littleton and berlin and john caseic will be in new hampshire today and several events across the granite state and women for kassig event for the country club. republicans ben carson, chris
in new hampshire along with martin o'malley, all leading to primary in february. >> catherine: passenger found suspicious device in toilet during a flight to paris. it was displaying a timer that was counting down. authorities searched the plane and found the item was a hoax. all 459 passengers and 14 crews members were safely evacuated. air france ceo says it was the fourth bomb hoax against the airline in recent weeks. catherine: 90 people are missing in southern china after a massive landslide. 30-foot wall of mud completely destroyed several building. seven and rescue efforts are underway and believe the landslide happened when the ground beneath a huge mound of soil and waste became unstable. >> gene: police in texas involving a crash involving a greyhound bus. it crashed into suv in arlington the suv had been driving
in the middle of the highway. woman in the suv was killed and passenger seriously injured and people on bus injured as well but they are expected to be okay >> julie: average speed 11 miles per hour still on the expressway and one of the slow spots like it typically is. 93 south sluggish as you head through medford and into somerville. and volume still remains pretty steady as you approach the zakim bridge. here are live drive times though aren't too bad. 13 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 23 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 41 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. so far, shiri, traffic somewhat behaving today. weather, don't know if you call it behaving though. so much warmer than what you might expect. >> shiri: hard to get into the crispin spirit because normal high is 39 . you know, we could all figure
enough with snow but in the this year because today i'm going up to 54 today, 57 here on tuesday, 56 on wednesday, then by thursday in the upper 60s it is going to be almost 30 above average for christmas eve. even christmas itself at 59 , that is going to be as warm as last year. right now boston at 41, we got the clouds, we got a little breeze at 16 miles per hour and that is bringing in a wind chill so if you're out in the open and you're going to be hit by the wind this morning, dressing for temperatures above freezing when we start considering the wind chill but temperaturewise 10:00 a.m. 44 and 49 here at noon, lower 50s this afternoon, all the while the clouds will thicken up and going to go with mostly, not totally cloudy forecast, mostly cloudy forecast for today and breezy warm air pumping into place and this wet weather right here, that is not something that we deal with until we hit tomorrow, so it is going to be a tuesday thing.
all of those on and off clouds, growing third quarter and third quarter as we go and might see a little hit of green on the map. there's a slight chance for shower today out the across western new england but somewhere like new bedford, barnstable down to nantucket because got winds coming in off the water and even at that a slight chance today, winds will be a much bigger talker because wind in most towns and cities going to be gusting into the 30 miles per hour rang this afternoon but from plymouth southward it is going to be gusting up to possibly 45 miles per hour and that's just -- that's the wind you will notice, don't expect it is going to do any kind of damage here, going to be another blustery i'm going to say fall day but i suppose by late today it is going to be another blustery winter day. we got 54 in hyannis and sandwich, 54 in plymouth, 52 in hull, 43 from brockton down to bridgewater this afternoon, boston hits 41 and quincy 52, i got 50 in lowell and upper 40s
from portsmouth at 49 to nashua at 48, mildford at 47, even 45 in gardner and 47 in worcester and this is tomorrow. tomorrow you will wake up to a pretty different scene. tomorrow there will be in drizzle in place for the morning commute and morning hour aren't going to be the wettest, by afternoon steady rain in place and through the evening commute and finally winds down as we hit dinner time tomorrow, so there's going to be rain in the picture for most of the day tomorrow, including downpours. so we are looking at about quarter to half inch of rain on your tuesday and got night rain in the picture and by thursday 67 and this would be record setting heat if we get the high you could see currently record highs for thursday, 61 in boston, 57 in worcester 54 concord and man warm this time
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company taking to the sky. next year all state to assess property damage and help with claims and program will be used for things like hurricanes and tornadoes but also for claims that could be dangerous for adjustors like roof damage. >> they don't have to climb up on the roof, very steep lines and get a complete picture of the damage on the roof, be safe in doing it. >> catherine: customers can still deal with a person instead but they expect the drones to quickly.
shipped from london this year. they are down because of the weak european economy. dollar is stronger and strong demand in asia. skyrocketing sales in asia help decline in europe and lobster christmas delicacy in many european countries. candies. 6700 cases of assorted snowflakes could be risky for anyone with allergies. pieces of other candy might be mixed in and those candies could have nuts. the dove chocolate snowflakes are sold only at wal-mart. they can be returned to the store for a full refund. >> catherine: man that recently became a single father is receiving overwhelming support to feed his baby boy. eight-month-old brody's father and his mom died in car accident four months ago. his mother wanted to breastfeed
he asked for facebook donations in facebook post and hundreds wanted to help. >> i think the people donating and giving breast milk real people to be acknowledged. i'm an average ordinary guy trying to take care of son. >> catherine: grown sithanking generosity of so many mothers and he thinks he will be able to feed his son breast milk until the first birthday. >> catherine: new at 9:00, emotional tributes in his honor shiri? >> shiri: sun came up at 7:10, sun goes up.