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where we are dgerously close to zer thoshtion morning and the towns where snow is still falling. a church becomes a crime scene in lynn overnight. the investigation under way this morning in a shooting in a parking lot. >> daniel: boston's mayor joins forces to keep guns out of the wrong hands. the mayor announcements this morning to try stop mass shootings. >>announcer: complete new england coverage right now, this is the fox25 morning news. good tuesday morning. it is now 4:30 on january 5. i am yule jewel. >> i am daniel miller. bitter cold for some and more snow for others. i am fox25 storm tracker weather meteorologist shiri spear with the forecast. it took me a while to get the car started this morning. >> julie: best advice warm up the car before you head out. grab a pair of mittens or gloves. and we have got know continuing from north to south here over the south shore and the cape
plymouth and bourne. especially over to barnstable. a nice little swath of snow showers. temperatures in the teens to 20s, but then you hit middleborough and dries out near bedford. dry conditions. the end of this cloud cover. then you hit clearing skies. boston you are waking up to clear skies 9 degrees clear skies 9 degrees out there. 8 in norwood. and 7 in boxford, lowell. new yip skip at 3 degrees. 2 below in wilmington, vermont. the actual temperature, not the wind chill this morning and 3 from barre to worcester down to shrewsbury and over to auburn and this is not considering the wind and how it is going to make it feel. as we consider the wind chill at 5 a.m., a temp of 8 degrees. check out that wind chill. feels like 6 below and the temperature reading says 20, still only feel 9 at 3 p.m. feels 10 degree cooter. and a look at where where you are wind chill stands right now
julie, send it over to you for a check on the roads. daniel is right, warm up that car this morning. >> it will be a much more pleasant drive if that car is warm. pike moving along fine. it is early and volume is right it is early and volume is right, but leave a few of minutes early if you can to account for what may be dangerous conditions on the roads. take a look at the pike which is moving along fine. your live drive time, 23 minutes from 495 to mass avenue minutes from 495 to mass avenue. 10 minutes from the braintree split to the pike. and as shiri was just telling us not just the cold temperatures that we need to watch out for. >> julie: from the cape to the south shore, they are expecting more snow during the commute. jessica reyes is keeping tabs on route 23. the flakes falling around you. it was there last night as well it was there last night as well. >> reporter: it sure was, julie. when the weather first moved in last night. it was only supposed to be ocean-effect snow and took people by surprise.
hard right now but the bigger problems route 3, if you can tell it is a bit wet. and temperatures falling more and more and later and later into the morning. and that could cause problems for the morning commute. a lot of people are hoping that the morning commute is better than things went last time. over in duxbury, police there got 20 calls in less than an hour. there were a number accidents and spinouts on the road there last night. four people had to be taken to the hospital. and, again, this morning just going to continue to get colder and colder and the snow will continue to fall. we will be on route 3 watching the conditions for you and be back with another update in 30 minutes. live in plymouth, jessica reyes live in plymouth, jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. >> and we are also keeping an eye on the mbta this morning to see how the commute goes in this bitter cold. a live report coming up in our next hour. plus keep track of the latest temperatures and weather conditions any time with our fox25 weather app.
smart phone or tab let. breaking news this morning in lynn. a church becomes a crime scene overnight as bullets fly in the parking lot. fox25's catherine parrotta is live at st. stevens this morning with what we have learned overnight. catherine? >> yeah, good morning, st. stevens here behind me, and this was the scene -- you can see it has now been cleared, but a little information about this area. st. steven's church. we are next door to the greek orthodox church. the side of street we are on. apartment buildings, homes, things like that. residential area. we did call lynn police and they weren't able to give us any more information. we will be checking in with them later today and show you video right now that gives you a sense of what the scene looks like. this is when our crew was on the scene and you can see an accident -- the address is 72 south common street. the scene was located across the parking lot behind st. stevens episcopal church where
with multiple gunshot wounds in happened late before midnight and police haven't commented on the injuries and the crew at the scene have said that one person was taken to the hospital and our crew telling us thats is the took off from the scene. don't know if any arrests have been made or the condition of that victim. i will be checking in with lynn police later this morning. around 8, 8:30. and in the meantime bringing you live reports. live in lynn, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. new this morning jamaica plain. police investigate a shooting on boylston street at la m+ artine street. a car was shot at and crashed into a traffic light. it was knocked down and traffic light removed. people inside the car were not hurt. boston mayor marty walsh will stand by.
out of the wrong hands and to close the loophole of sales of gun shows tore and if tarry background check. to allow funding to allow the fbi to hire more examiners and other staff to process background checks 24 hours a day. the president also wants to invest $500 million to increase access to mental health care. also this morning the atf is finalize finalizing a rule that ensures that dealer who shift firearms to notify law enforcement if their guns are lost or stolen. the time to act is now. >> i think everybody here is all too familiar with the statistics. we have tens of thousands of people every single year that are killed by guns. >> the president will also direct the pentagon to develop research on smart gun technology that will scan fingerprints before guns can fire. the executive order means that the president is bypassing congress.
because the administration sees him as trying to prevent gun rye silence here in new england. mayor walsh tweeted that he is glad to join the president and can't wait for congress to tact. he added the hash tag stop gun violence. the the president will talk about his plan at 1:40. fox25 will stream that on our web site and news app and explain the details as it happens. a thief that broke into two homes while the family homes while the families were inside asleep. it happened at longview drive where they walked around feet from the sleeping family. the suspect took some money. on londonderry drive, the suspect hit again taking ipads, and prescription medication. fox25 was the only station to talk to the victims and they feel violated. >> i feel so sorry that they are so desperate and enter someone's home and risk -- i am
grateful that no one came down and confronted them. >> i think that is the lesson to be learned. get a damn gun. >> julie: someone called the second victim to say they found his medication. police took the bottle as evidence and are using to track down the suspect. probable cause to charge a dorchester man in connection with the thet of high powered weapons from a local armory. fox25 followed this story when someone stole 15 weapons someone stole 15 weapons from the u.s. army redelve. the telegram perhaps the telegram report, the judge ruled enough evidence to judge tyrone james. used to help sell some of of the federal guns. james is in federal custody and due back in court next week. the long-time girlfriend of mobster whitey bulger will plead guilty. catherine greig's lawyers changed her plea. she is serving eight years for helping bulger evade police for two decades. the charges come from greig's
who helped them hide tore 16 years. her twin sister was in court as the plea change was announced. park a mccluster said her sister's only crime was being in love. >> it is not in anybody's mind. it shouldn't be fair. she went with somebody she loved. when was the last person -- when was the last woman put away that went as well someone she loved. do you know anybody? >> not clear if this new charge see greig in prison longer because doesn't carry a mandatory sentence. the court date has not been set. the man accused of bringing a car full of weapons to gillette stadium appears to laugh in court. our cameras were there as matthew bronsan finds something funny as they list the weapons winter classic. they were called to the employee parking lot by bus drivers and found a knife, taser and even a crossbow in the connecticut man's car.
>> when i asked him if he had a ticket, he said he entered the parking lots to attend a party and to skol.a ticket to go to the game. >> julie: not his first brush with the law. he has cases in massachusetts and connecticut. a man is facing murder charges for a violent assault on officer. the new year's eve attack happened when an officer was trying to help a man he thought was being chased by a gun. that is when argo silvera attacked the officer poking his eyes and choking him until he passed out. the defense said he was drugged but police believe whatever was in his system, he chose to take in his system, he chose to take. >> he indicated he had been drinking a lot. he had a bottle of whiskey that might. he had 5 to 6 bottles of beer, and on top of that was smoking
>> daniel: silvera was held peppeding a hearing. and the officer will need follow-up care over concern of damage to his eye. a everett man accused of assaulting a police officer is waking up behind bars. andrew bowman is charged with attacking the officer on new year's morning while he was sitting in his cruiser. according to the news report, bowman strange and threatening comments during comments during the arrest. bowman's lawyer said his client doesn't remember what happened. we track weather and traffic >> shiri: 16 hours in boston and 20 and not 30 for the outer cape. gusts into the 30. results like below zero in boston, beverly, norwood over to worcester. if feels like 10 in chatham and nantucket. we take you hour by hour in the
to sandwich and barnstable as well where you see that deeper shading. snow. donald trump returns to new hampshire hours after greeting thousands of supporters and protesters in lowell. they gather inside the tsongas center to hear the republican candidate speak. protesters made multiple attempts to derail the speech but trump and supporters kept going. someone moat a song. >> aid first sergeant like him. he kept us guys alive. >> this is amazing like trump came from heaven. >> reporter: he kept his speech local wishing tom brady a quick recovery on his strained ankle. police tell fox25 none of the protesters were arrested. on the other side of the aisle, former president bill clinton hits the campaign trail in new hampshire on behalf of his wife.
mingled with voters at stop at a restaurant in manchester and there no direct mention of donald trump, clinton definitely alluded to him. >> we don't want to run away from the place -- from the place we have been. and america is a place that welcomes all people. >> hillary clinton narrowly won new hampshire in 2008. 18-year-olds in new hampshire could soon get their hand on a bottle of beer. 18 and 20 to drink beer and wine under the supervision of a responsible adult who is over the age 21. the state rep is hoping that it will keep underaged people from drinking dangerously and not everybody see it is that way. >> i think at 18 you are too young to drink because you do stupid stuff and not really aware of what during. >> people around 18 years old being around alcohol is not safe. >> julie: the drinking age was you bumped down to 18, but then
the current legal drinking age. and as sad as the loss was against the dolphins things could have been worse. tom brady suffered a high ankle sprain on this split, but did stay in the game. x-rays showed nothing was broken and brady is expected to be ready in time for the patriots first playoff game next week. bruins are back in action tonight for the first time since the winter classic. the capitals will be at the garden. puck drops at 7. celtics turning things around against the nets. scored 37 points in the first quarter and jay crowder leads the way with that steal and the dunk. fourth quarter, cloudy does it again and knocks down a 3 right there. he finished the night with a career high 25. the celtics have five players in double figures. they win 103, 94. pistons come to the garden tomorrow night. narrow down first options
meeting of the year. they settle on two options for the t's deficit. single ride fairs by 5 single ride fairs by 5% and hike subway and bus passes and second option is more expensive for rider and increase 10% in addition to hiking passes. the final decision will be made in march after public hearings. it is now 4:48. good morning, everyone. do want to let you know haverhill service have been suspended between lawrence and andover because of a track problem. i just received that alert from the commuter rail. substitute bus service will be provided. as far as the roads, pike moving along fine as is the expressway. 93 south and route 1 looks good. zakim bridge wide open. 13 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 19 minutes from 49 and the leverett. from route 1 in peabody from route 1 in peabody to the wes welker. fox25 shiri spear is keeping an eye on a variety of threats,
>> shiri: let's start with the cold because that will impact all of us and brace ourselves for the cold below zero with the wind in place. will feel like the teens. slick morning travel in and out of southeastern massachusetts. southward down into the tape. the snow continues. and a chance of the mix, an icy mix and the rain will be over the weekend. your weekend plans looking pretty wet and sloppy for now. 9 degrees in boston. 16-mile-per-hour breeze result feels like temperature of 8. your wind chill is only 8 below your wind chill is only 8 below. correct myself here. feels like sub zero this morning and here you can see actual temperature readings as we go throughout morning 6 a.m. i have got 10 degrees, by 8 a.m., 13 degrees. 16 at 10 a.m. we don't get back into the 20s until 2:00 this afternoon. at least we have the sunshine so it is going to look goods today. your hour by hour wind chills.
feeling like one we nroo he below. and worcester feels likes 0. it is going to take a long time to really feel warm again. by noontime, we have wind chills around ten. and during the afternoon, the teens, lower 20s if you are lucky. so here is where the snow continues this morning. a pretty sharp cutoff to clouds across massachusetts. mashfield, plymouth and move your way to the cape and nantucket and martha's vineyard and the snow showers that continue through at least 10:00 this morning and i see them tomorrowing could an end and pushing eastward between 10 and 1 p.m. still lingering clouds every the cape and island. west of the area sunshine. in boston, worcester, manchester, champ, sunshine all day long along with the cold. toe toll simulation 2 to 4 inch from the south shore down to
half of the islands to marshfield and new bedford. 1 to 2 inches of snow. again slippery roadways where we get that minute ma'am snow accumulation accumulation. this afternoon 22 in boston. 24 in lawrence. 24 in norwood. 21 in worcester. upper 20s for the outer cape. tonight lows that will be back into the teens and 20s. notice i do not have the single digits back in the map, and the good news are, the winds will die down. the wind chills are not a huge fact in your wednesday forecast. temperatures tomorrow upper 30s to lower 40s for highs. we got sunshine. all throughout the middle of the week for wednesday, thursday, gorgeous days here. you just got to get over the early morning temperatures and the teens which will make it start in the nippy fashion. on friday, we will add late clouds and a high of 43 degrees and not until the weekend that we have a mixture to start things off on saturday,
we will have to watch out for very slick travel conditions. changing over to rain because our high is 46 mop we will too this deep is partly cloudy. today we have a string of above average highs starting tomorrow average highs starting tomorrow. back to you. >> julie: shiri, talk to you soon. going viral, a haircut seven years overdue. the pound of wool shed when farmer look the clippers to this guy. coming up next a huge sigh of relief after a toddler is found hours after she was taken found hours after she was taken. the emot janet? cough if you can hear me. don't even think about it. i took mucinex dm for my phlegmy cough. yeah...but what about mike? it works on his cough too. cough! it works on his cough too. mucinex dm relieves wet and dry coughs for 12 hours. let's end this. check this out, bro. what's that, broheim? i switched to geico and got more. more savings on car insurance?
but 12 hours. let's end this a desperate search for a 3-year-old when she is found in the middle of night. carolyn was in her mom's parking lot. the mother was filling water jugs next to the car when someone jumped innd stole it. a officer found a little girl sitting on a curb all alone and crying. >> it was absolutely fantastic opinion the days we live for. >> caroline is okay and they are still looking for the car thief. a woman in california is robbed more than 200 of the starbucks barista. the next day she returns to the starbucks window. >> what are you sorry about that you took money from me and my kids?
>> i am sorry i took money from you and your kids. i am sorry that you have to come up here. for. >> you the barista confesses and begs the customers not to press charges. the video has gone viral with more than 1 million views. the woman tells the "new york daily news" that the video is punishment enough and will not be pressing charges. the end of reality show that changed the shape of television and music. the final season of american idol will begin right here on fox25. the show will take a stroll down memory lane for all of us back to 2002 when no one had idea who ryan seacrest was. the only member of the original cast to make it all the way to the end. he has been squirreling away memorabilia from the set. we can expect to see familiar season. past winners and runners-up are slated to appear with tips for the last batch of hopefuls. season 15 of "american idol" premieres tomorrow night at
we will of course be your home for extended coverage and special reports all season. fans of adele still have a shot to say hello to the super shot to say hello to the superstar when she comes to boston, but will come at a price. we are talking upwards of $10,000. that's how much the vip ticket costs on stub hub. the cheapest seats still available will set you back more than $200. that is ten times more expensive when they first went on sale last month. adele will play at the td garden for two nights in garden for two nights in -- in september as part of her "25" door. breaking news in lynn, crime scene tape wrapped around a church overnight. we are working the phones to get you more information on a shooting that happened in the parking lot. bitter cold for some this morning and snow for others.