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>> julie: donald trump answers tough questions from blair miller and why he is desperate to win new hampshire. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good tuesday morning, 9:00 on december 22nd , i'm julie grauert. >> catherine: i'm catherine parrotta. first full day of winter but don't need any showers and will need umbrella. which towns will see the heaviest rain. >> shiri: don't have too many complaints but starting to lighten up for some of you, got the steadiest rain right up across the mass, new hampshire border going from northeastern new hampshire, boston, starting to lighten up at 49 right now, 51 in plymouth, you're going to find it a a little bit damp but steady rain ending in much of southeastern massachusetts worcester area southward through
temperatures climb into the lower 50s here, we got highs well into the 50s but we also got more downpours in your future this afternoon and evening commute looking a little bit messy here, especially eastern massachusetts because it is still going to be rainy at decent rate. so 52 to 58 highs, developing rain at times, afternoon and expect specifically we are leaving in just a couple hours coming up in less than ten. check on road and slowest spot on the pike right around the allston-brighton area and see how wet the roads are and slowing you down and live drive times, 35 minutes 495 to mass ave and 28 minutes on the
split to the pike. >> catherine: a crane topples into a house in plymouth. take a look at video we shot overnight. crews had to bring in another crane to get it out and the mess left behind will take awhile to pick up. michael henrich live just outside the home where there's a huge hole in that roof. michael? >> michael: there's a huge hole. take a look at this, not only the damage here but think about the timeframe here. you're talking about 5:30 yesterday evening, late afternoon early evening this bucket truck of a tree trimming company collapses into that roof causing that hole. it has been open throughout the night and now you have the
work here and there's even one truck here on the street out of sight that is prepared to cover up the hole. all of that rain this morning went right into the second story and the attic of that house adding insult to injury for this family. fortunately there are no physical injuries to talk about. plymouth fire department says one person was inside but nobody was hurt. right now and just this happened in the last 15, 20 minutes, the homeowner as identified by neighbors did arrive, didn't speak with us but went inside with an insurance adjustor who i spoke with earlier as well as some of the repair crews and they are still inside this home. big difference from yesterday when they were kept on the ground and outside. at this point because there was a tree trimming company that was involved, not only will the building department investigate but osha as well and we will continue to follow this very
for now reporting live in plymouth, i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> catherine: happening today man that 51 of the boston marathon bombers is in court. stephen silva convicted on drug and weapons charges during trial of dzhokhar tsamaev silva testified that he let dzhokhar borrow a handgun before the 2013 attack. it was used to kill m.i.t. officer sean collier days after the marathon bombing. fox25 is in federal court for today's hearing and we will have the latest coming up on fox25 news at five and six. >> julie: local mom led away in cuffs and today she will face son's birthday. we have been following the story since it unfolded yesterday afternoon and fox25 jessica reyes is in lakeville this morning where their dad is very sound. >> jessica: steven carrigan
first time they had seen her since. >> she likes to ski so could have went north and likes the beach so could have went south, going. >> jessica: jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> julie: the mother will be in court for her arraignment and we will have a crew there for her hearing. >> catherine: police searching for armed robber caught on exeter. see the clerk's hands in the air as someone in the orange mask approaches the counter. it happened yesterday at exeter market on front street. police say the suspect had a gun and got away with cash. catherine: new hampshire company will have to pay $150,000 for hazardous waste violations that led to explosion 2014 fox25 reported 15 people were hurt when an explosion happened at ball bearing plant in peterborough. state claimed that the mixed with another chemical caused another explosion and $5,000 with the settlement money will go to local first responders and waste fun. >> julie: two medford police
saving a mothers and newborn twins. paul gicordo and sheila quinn were first to arrive on scene of fire at home on main street and rushed into the burning building and found mother and five-month-old children. >> she was standing in panic on stairwell holding infant in arms and shocked and i said hand me the infant. >> julie: one firefighter suffered minor injury and cause still under investigation this morning. >> catherine: lowell family thanking 84-year-old neighbor for saving them it -- during early morning fire. called 911 and ran across the street and woke up the family and they were all able to get out but judy says she is no hero. >> grandchildren putting me on facebook and neighbors are calling me hero and people calling me all night long. >> you don't feel like a hero? >> no.
have not determined the cause of the fire and several tires slashed on the family's cars the same morning. >> julie: 9:07. boston firefighter confirmed it investigated members of the hockey team for gambling. the school says forward nick roberto from wakefield will not play for the team this season. roberto has not played this year but school will not confirm if he was involved in the gambling probe. it has turned over the results of investigation to the ncaa. julie: back and forth continues in deflategate saga. patriots quarterback tom brady continues to ignore roger goodell findings in the wells report. that document claimed brady had general knowledge patriot staffers had air out of the game balls and nfl also says the federal judge was wrong to overturn qb4 game suspension and nfl appealing the suspension and both sides are due back in march. >> catherine: want money to
they used overdose reversing drug narcan 3,000 times this year alone and want licenses counselors on staff to help get addicts treatment and proposal will be taken up by lawmakers. >> julie: under new rules which took effect yesterday all drones weighing more than half a pound must be registered with the federal aviation administration. that includes drones already in use. the registration is free for the next 30 days. after that the price is $5. the deadline to register is february 19th. failure to comply may result in a fine. julie: new rules between drones and planes. there have been 26 close calls and dronents counters by state and 26 of the incidents happen in boston and nationwide only five cities had more. >> catherine: both senators from massachusetts want to stop the federal government from using robo calls to select
congress recently passed bill which allows lone collectors to use computers to call the cell phones of people that fall behind on student loan payments. events is a elizabeth warren and ed markey among the lawmakers who signed a letter to the department of education. it urges officials to avoid using robo calls because they could be abused by debt collectors. >> julie: m.i.t. is taking a step into the future. the school has developed a way for people to see through walls. software works by using changes in radio signals to recognize human silhouettes and track their movements. researchers say it could be used by the military but also by families to keep tabs on younger elderly and if all goes well it could hit the market by 2017. >> julie: check traffic and weather every ten minutes and live look outside through brighton, rain coming down on the pike. however, the volume has really started to lighten up. i will have a look at drive times in a moment. first here is shiri. >> shiri: hitting the road right now, watch out for a little bit of drizzle. still got rain mostly in the form of light rain, 49
50s at 10:00 this morning, 11:00 this morning 52 and break here late-morning and show you how long it lasts next. >> catherine: still ahead this morning the fare hike that's in the works and how much more it could cost to take the "t." >> julie: more there's a better way to specialized surgery that's right for you: lahey hospital and medical center. cardiac teams pioneering innovative treatments... and neurosurgeons at the forefront of spinal surgery... right here. america's largest live-donor liver transplant program... right now. and quality outcomes among the nation's best... the right outcomes... for who matters most. lahey hospital and medical center
it is 9:13 and a lot of showers ending south of the pike, damp roadways left and in and around the boston area, down to ipswich and boston right showers turning heavy northeastern massachusetts up to portsmouth, new hampshire and nashua and keene and that's where i have steadiest rain on radar right now. >> catherine: man accused of buying assault rifles in san bernardino is danger to community. enrique marquez is being held without bail while he faces terrorism-related charges. the judge ruled yesterday that he still poses a risk to the public. prosecutors say he provided the gun syed farook and tashfeen malik used in shootings that the left 14 people and terror crimes in 2011 and 2012. >> julie: grand jury decided not to indict anyone in the death of texas warm that died in custody. she died from a noose with trash
she was arrested from assaulting a officer at traffic stop. attorney for bland's family they still have questions about the case. julie: wealthy texas teen on the run, ethan couch known as affluenza teen after attorney argued he is not responsible for drunk driving crash that killed four people in 2013 because he was too rich and spoiled. couch ran after he was caught on camera violating the probation. police believe he is with his mothers in a truck like this one but there's a chance. catherine: ban on donations has been in place for 32 years but the food and drug administration now says men may donate blood as long as they have not had sex with another man for one year. policy matches blood donation rules in many other countries.
investigating latest outbreak in the midwest at chipolte. it happened about a month after a widespread outbreak in october chipolte previously said it expected more people to get sick before the problem was resolved. this is the third outbreak of an illness in as many months linked to the chain and more than 100 boston college students got the norovirus. all the bad news causing chipolte to get hit. they were down more than 3% yesterday. >> julie: 9:16. let's take a look at traffic stop. average speed 11 miles per hour and as you can see on the pike moving along fine until we get to the brighton area. however, in this shot even though it is raining, a lot of space between the cars and space starting to open up just a little bit and here are live drive times, 31 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 29 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, still sluggish on 128 southbound, drive time about an hour from route 1 in peabody to
fox25 storm tracker weather meteorologist shiri spear warned us that the rain was on its way into town and, shiri, as we can tell from the live cams, it is here. >> shiri: it is here and here to stay, couple breaks in the action every now and then but it is rainy day, guys, we have 100% chance of rain, rain and fog going to be the big players this afternoon, biggest weather threats or biggest weather inconveniences, ellen engelhardt slight chance we will hear a rumble of thunder and see flash of lightning, nothing severe in the forecast, nor is anything widespread as far as lightning goes expected today, but you could see how much wet weather there's moving toward us. look at gap though. we are going to see a little bit of a lull late-morning into early afternoon and timing out that lull for you here, maybe you want to hold off for a couple minutes, wait until you're going to get break until you run out to the car in worcester happening shortly at 9:25, amp 9:30 in quincy, boston
temporarily and peabody 9:58 and 10:08 in local and derry, new hampshire at 10:40 and we have wet conditions at least on the roads now, even in southeastern massachusetts where showers have ended, it is still going to be damp out there, spray from the other cars and you will still have to use the 51 right now in plymouth and see how warm it is going right now at 58 as we got steadier rain redeveloping, 49 now in boston, a little bit rain cooled for us at this moment and don't you worry, temps recover, back into the middle 50s with developing rain after lunchtime today as well as the fog and worcester at 47 . this is going to be a cooler location, drizzly and damp in worcester itself, lower 50s with the rain this afternoon, rain going to come to an end in the worcester area around 5:00 p.m. so future cast here you can see 10:00 this morning on the screen just to show you we get a little pause in rain showers through
the showers reform and we got at times some pockets of heavy rain that we are going to cope with. doesn't mean everybody sees a drenching rain but the areas that do, that's where we end up with about half an inch total rainfall at the end of the day. by 5:00 p.m. eastern mass, long gone by 7:00 this evening. so that's it. they are in and they are out, here for daylight hours today and then this ergone for tonight, 56 in boston, 55 in beverly as well as lawrence and bedford, 58 in plymouth, 59 in norwood and new bedford, lower 50s in worcester, up into southern new hampshire where it is a bit cooler. tonight we got temperatures that fall back into the 40s for the most part, break not just in the rain but in the clouds as well and when you wake up tomorrow morning you're still going to have some breaks in the clouds, so wake up to partly sunny skies tomorrow, clouds fill back in and bring back the rain for the second half of the day. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view, tomorrow showers are going to come in mostly after 4:00 p.m. and thursday still talking about the
breaking heat with about 61 your record high in boston and up to 67 for forecasted high. couple spot showers still left but friday christmas itself shaping up dry, 55 to 60 for your range of highs here in southern new england, warm, partly cloudy, but we have to watch a front to our south. if that front moves and moves a little closer to us, we are actually going to have to bring the risk of rain and that's why i'm giving us 30% right now even though i'm seeing a dry forecast saturday slight risk of showers at 49 , 50 on sunday with better risk of rain and looking for the next sunny day you're probably going to have to wait until next monday. back to you. >> julie: american soldier court martialled. >> if we would have found him a lot of us would have shot him. >> julie: what scott berger
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>> unconditional, sorea nice. >> they are sweet kind dogs. >> catherine: this year expanded to additional airports and morning and afternoon shift and looks like dog enjoying it and relaxing on the job. >> that's how i feel when i travel. so exhausting. seen this year, bright pink hello kitty tree was in a classroom in high school in maine, bangor, maine and, however, teacher got into trouble from the principal and it wasn't relevant to the couple and got a trainer's classroom for 30 years and aren't any religious symbols. >> and it is pink. >> julie: celebrating hello kitty. this isn't something we have seen across the controversy. limit pull back of the holidays.
christmas traditions through the couple. >> julie: they won't be able to celebrate with the pink tree this year. >>
catherine: santa has a lot of work christmas eve night and going into christmas night and santa hitting with backup power supply and adding jet fuel in case the reindeers have a problem. >> julie: has $225 million to cover this christmas eve and needs $45 million of jet fuel and adds up to $54 million for fill-up than what we are dealing with. >> catherine: instead of milk and cookies he should start asking for donations. >> julie: help the waistline too. >> catherine: there you go. >> julie: i think that's a good plan. maybe start the trend. leave gas card for santa and say good luck.
pretty clear ride not dealing with weather conditions. >> shiri: couple showers. today is shortest day of the year and nine hours four minutes of daylight, even by january 1st gaining five minutes and clouds and showers and worst of it next. >> julie: plus another local babysitter and shaken baby syndrome and new evidence that led to release and questionable 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.
start to tuesday morning and live look outside and as you can see pretty widespread and continue through most of today. >> julie: good morning, thank you for sticking with us, i'm julie grauert. >> catherine: i'm catherine parrotta. >> shiri: back end passing across boston and anybody hop out of the house and before showers come back into town. on and off showers. >> catherine: beaking. >> shiri: yes. when you bake bring me some. >> catherine: all about donations today. >> shiri: nothing crazy today, we have a little bit of reduced
board because it has been wet. we might have a little touch of fog out there but i expect the foggy situation to get worse this afternoon as showers get worse again. right now seeing lull in orleans, plymouth 51, marshfield 52 and lower 50s in taunton and boston 49, saw a couple rain drops on the lens but right now we are going to start to dry along the mass pike through framingham as well and 47 northeastern massachusetts and southern new hampshire we still got a steady rain in place and going to last you through about the next hour before the break in the action. , going to be a little tougher to get you guys to dry out for good because day planner does have by noon time more rain forming and showers become uniform again into the afternoon 3:00 p.m. 55 and fog and he rainy and when well see the worst of it and 7:00 p.m. it is long gone and
folks heading home from work we will still have heavy rain planted over the area and locations less than ten minutes and send you back over to julie, eye on the road this morning. where are problem spots now? >> julie: right near the cloverleaf, 128 northbound route 3 in burlington. burlington problematic and heading in that direction bad luck in the area this morning so leave a few minutes early. expressway still giving us trouble from furnace brook parkway to columbia road, wet roads slowing things down. here are live drive times 28 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 26 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and 29 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. local mom led away in cuffs and today she will face kidnapping charges for running off with her two kids on her son's birthday. it is a story we have been following since it beganun folding yesterday afternoon. fox25 jessica reyes is in lakeville this morning where
them home safe and sound. >> jessica: steven carrigan still sick to his st. onge hours after getting children back. police say his ex-girlfriend, valerie mcgrath, took him sunday night. >> i'm still worried. knots in my stomach and finally subsided a little bit and it is just overwhelming feeling. >> jessica: mcgrath was supposed to bring stevie and eden back and lakeville police department spent much of the day monday searching for older model land rover and mcgrath rented a different car monday afternoon. state police found the kids in this rental at mcdonalds drive through in raynham. >> policeman said someone must have saw them and they were driving a rental vehicle. >> jessica: kids had no idea what was happening to them.
going out for stevie's birth. >> great time for my birthday. >> jessica: she was three hours late from a visit last month and yesterday was the since. >> she likes to ski so could head up north and likes the beach so could go south. headed. >> julie: we will have a crew there at the hearing. julie: man that gave to gun to one of the boston marathon bombers will be in court. stephen silva was convicted on drug and weapons charges. during the trial of dzhokhar tsamaev silva testified that he let dzhokhar borrow a handgun two months before the 2013 terror attack and the handgun was used to kill m.i.t. police officer sean collier days after the marathon bombing. >> catherine: mbta officials are considering a huge fare hike starting next year and it could be bad news for commuters, it
that don't ride the rails. more reaction from riders. >> daniel: next time you ride the "t" you could be paying more the mbta is considering a fare increase of 10% every 282ers and that proposal had some "t" riders concerned. >> that's kind of tough but things go up, inflation, what are you going to do. saying it would be legal under current state law. >> massachusetts taxpayers over billion dollars a year toward the "t" and riders paying 600 million a year toward the "t." >> daniel: fair increase proposals being drafted for public consideration and up increase 10% more than double the current biannual increase by 5% and also transfer more to the cost of people that actually ride the rails instead of taxpayers? general.
rail regardless, so if prices are raised i have to pay it. i'm not happy about it but what can you do. >> daniel: without action they face 242 million-dollar deficit in next fiscal year that begins july 1st. the mbta has severe of public meetings and hearings scheduled for this proposal coming up. the next one scheduled for monday, january 4th. outside south station, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> catherine: burlington mother of two out of jail just in time for the holidays. she spent the last eight months in prison accused of murdering a six-month-old girl in her care. the original autopsy found the baby died from blunt force trauma and shaking injuries and new expert found a different cause. >> expert that i retained who's the former chief medical examiner of rhode island and looked and concluded this case,
a natural death of the infant. >> catherine: despite the new findings medical examiner remains firm the baby died from blunt force trauma and prosecutors still pursuing murder charges in the case. this is third case where shaken baby was challenged. >> julie: serious threat e-mailed to high schools and fox25 was there and buildings swept by bomb sniffing dog. nothing was found but the superintendent tells fox25 there's a reason multiple police agencies and even the fbi were called in. >> a lot of them were threats and highly unusual and i think superintendent have been trained over time the more specific you have in a threat the greater the cause for concern. >> julie: district is taking steps to make sure kids are comfortable returning to class and counselors on hand as well as the police and investigation the threat is ongoing. >> catherine: one of the
bombing in afghanistan has been identified as a new york police detective. detective joseph lemm was member of u.s. national guard and he leaves behind a wife and two children. lemm was one of six americans killed but only victim identified so far. news of the attack near bagram air base was breaking yesterday morning. that's the biggest u.s. military facility in afghanistan. officials say suicide bomber on motorcycle targeted a joint patrol. the taliban has claimed responsibility for that attack. >> catherine: 9:37. woman accused of driving into crowd on las vegas strip will be charging with murder. >> julie: lakeisha holloway is held without bail and on suicide watch. prosecutors say holloway intentionally hit dozens of people near the hollywood resort on sunday night. many police record she was stressed out because security guard chasing her and her daughter where they were trying to sleep and homeless woman may
driving to texas to find the father of her child. jessica vallens wellia was one victim. three victims remain in critical condition. >> catherine: happening today army sergeant bowe bergdahl will appear in military court on charges of desertion and endangering his fellow soldiers. he admitted to walking away from his post and caught by the taliban for five years. bergdahl in controversial prison exchange program last year. his case is focus of season two of the popular podcast serial and fellow soldiers who went out to find him, they reported they hated him. >> if we would have found him we would have shot him. i truly say that sincerity we
>> catherine: if convicted he could face life in prison. >> julie: last night city voted to buy daysers and body cameras costing more than quarter million dollars. how long recordings are stored and department policy still being worked out. the boston police department and brewster police department on the year also planning to use body cameras. >> catherine: there's a big makeover taking place in foxborough. home of the patriots is now getting ready for the nhl winter classic. field covered with wood and hockey risk will pop up there in next few days and breaking news will host the montreal canadiens on new year's day. >> catherine: if you are not lucky enough to have tickets you can watch it in boston. it will be in a big screen in copley square on new year's day. it is part of the first day boston celebration and ice sculptures and other events in the city.
>> julie: check traffic and weather every ten minutes and live look at the expressway since 4:00 a.m. the roads have gotten progressively wetter like shiri told us and traffic remains steady and i will have a look at drive times in a moment. first here is shiri. >> shiri: going to have rain during the commute it will be light and decent and travel conditions at 10:00 a.m. and starts getting tricky noon, 5:00 p.m., steadier showers out there, downpours in between, i will time out the worst of that rain coming up after the break. >> catherine: after disastrous few attempts we have liftoff and landing and coming up next what it could mean for the future of space exploration. >> julie: donald trump says it is all about new england. >> i developed an amazing relationship with the people of new hampshire. i'm there a lot and it is really important.
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towers in new york city. >> bair: how you doing sir? when donald trump is not selling overlooking new york city. it is here where trump spoke about the campaign and controversies which started soon after the campaign began in a summer, time when many didn't take him seriously as real presidential contender. >> bair: are you surprised by the success you have had? >> i must tell you i thought i would be successful, or i wouldn't have done it, but no idea this fast and number one in the polls in virtually every poll. i had no idea it would be that much that fast. ultimately expected to win, that's what i do. i like to win, but i have no idea it would be that fast. >> still very much undecided and
primary in 49 days and for trump it is key. >> bair: poll numbers and response you're getting, so many people scratching head and don't understand how this is happening. >> because i'm speaking the truth and letting people have it i'm giving them the good, bad, ugly. >> bair: talk about some of the things and passionately about issues, how much is strategy and how much is talking about issues and shooting from the hip? >> i don't think about anything. i think about what's doing what's right and not something i'm not to do and self-funding own campaign. >> bair: that's the beginning of our conversation. my interview lasted for 20 minutes at trump tower. starting today at 5:00 i will
interview and i asked about his regrets and if he has any regrets after all the controversial things he has gun saying on the -- campaign trail for months. >> julie: 128 southbound and northbound. things a little bit slow on expressway still as you could see bumper-to-bumper head past exit 14 freeport street and live drive times, 27 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave and 20 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and 27 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. fox25 storm tracker
joining us now. >> shiri: mild and unsettled all the way through the end of the
week and into the weekend. 49 now and see drizzle taper off, visibility slightly reduced, rain totals today coming under tenth inch of rain so far but still adding to it and here is where the rain really comes back. this afternoon after about lunchtime today afternoon time 56 with showers, 55 at 3:00 p.m. and lasts us until about 5:00 this evening and then it is out of here for the evening. so boston taking on about less than tenth inch of rain, same beverly, norwood. still showers moving up the coastline, showers moving in
this is not going to last us all day. this break will take us through noon time today, then you can see a lot of the dry spots start taking on showers again, it intensifies at times coming down moderate to even heavy during the afternoon and 5:00 p.m. for the drive home from work eastern massachusetts it is a spot to watch for some pretty wet roadways out across western central massachusetts southern new hampshire those showers 56 in boston and framingham and 58 in norwood and 59 in new bedford, pretty warm rain here, a little bit cooler to the north and west of boston, still mid-50s lawrence and fitchburg but manchester at 50 portsmouth new hampshire 51, keene only 49, worcester itself at 52
pretty healthy chance of rain and near 100 risk of rain and tomorrow's rain secured toward the evening hours. on thursday we got a couple stragglers left, it is not going to be a washout here on christmas eve but there will be a lot of clouds and every now and then we will squeeze out a shower but let's get to the specifics here, 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view, first stop tomorrow's rain, wake up to the 40s, got high of 56 and after 4:00 p.m. these are the showers that come in and newly updated timeline and it has some less intense rain than what we were expecting early on this morning but nonetheless it is rain and it is widespread and blow out of the water, breezy, mostly cloudy with couple spot showers and friday for christmas all day 50s expected, actual highs ranging from about 55 to 60 , warm and partly cloudy and
closer going to bump up the risk of rain for now, safely south and keeping us partly sunny just something to watch and into the weekend slight risk of sated shower, better chance for some sunday showers with temperatures around 50s and nice and bright monday next week. back to you guys. >> catherine: getting into the spirit with santa at dance class chance to win furniture,
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he used his image to claim producers kung fu panda ripped off his work. he is facing a hefty fine and up to 20 years if convicted. catherine: new report says producers are paying big bucks to make movies in boston. equalizers received more than $15 million, ted two start mark wahlburg earned and governor baker side he tried to reduce it but it has brought in jobs. >> julie: take a look at video, scott kel floating outside the station and took them over three hours to finish the job which involved fixing railcar so russian cargo spacecraft can dock tomorrow. >> liftoff. julie: rockets launched
this is the first successful launch for the company. three previous unmanned rockets exploded after liftion. space x has two more launches planned next month to deploy more satellites and satellites hope reusing rockets will lower the cost of space travel. >> catherine: police officers in everett take on role of santa's elves delivering toys to unsuspecting boys and girls on the street. merry christmas. >> catherine: goal is to deliver toys everyday in december and they did it. >> any time we have an opportunity to have police officers on positive means it is a plus for everybody. >> catherine: pictures of the 25 days of christmas covers the page and you can't tell who enjoys it more. officer or kids that get the gifts. >> julie: winterfest can enjoy
and tedy bear clinic and for parents it is chance to see their kids enjoy life-like everyone else's. >> chance for her to get out and other kids just like hers. >> julie: of course, santa made an appearance and surprised everyone. >> julie: michigan mom posted her daughter doing whip nae nae and dance moves have been viewed more than 14 million times and her mom says the video is shaky because she has been laughing so