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>> julie: we continue to follow breaking news in saugus as flames rip through early hope this morning. frantic situation to help them save some of their own. >> daniel: north korea claims it has a hydrogen bomb. morning action by the u.n. this morning. >> julie: woman turned tables on stranger twice her size. complete new england news coverage starts right now. >> julie: good morning, everyone, 9:00 on wednesday, january 6th, i'm julie >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. we started the 4:00 a.m. newscast with cold temps but it is warming up.
good morning. >> shiri: so many towns and cities into 20s and boston even gone up by 4 and 24 bedford down to norwood, 17 in plymouth crawling out of the single digits there, 18 in nashua, 24 in worcester, even 30 in chatham. all sunshine all day by lunchtime, warming into the mid and upper 30s, still nice 4:00 p.m. you could see we got a lot of upper 30s on the map and i suspect lower 40s as well. so 38 to 44 after this cold start. it is going to be sunny and cool and limit use of warm to 50 or warmer from this point and tell you when we are at 50 to the 7-day forecast coming up. julie, back to you for check on roads. >> julie: i think it is fair, 50 or warmer and 50 miles per hour or more.
things looking so many better now than they did and still have closure, exit ramp closed northbound essex street in saugus because of the breaking news of house fire on essex street. things sluggish 128 as you head through lexington. live look through brighton where volume remains steady and heavy examine live drive times, 17 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 30 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 53 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. >> daniel: look at incredible video at fire in saugus. when you see this, it is hard to imagine that everyone made it out, elderly woman and her family got out safely but it was a close call for firefighters. fox25 catherine parrotta bringing us live coverage pretty much all morning and several hours later, catherine, this is still blocking traffic. >> catherine: for essex street
off still stretched across the ramp and, of course, ladders still extending over to the house and they are still putting water on home right now as well and still see smoke rising up from it and however does appear to at least look better to me and fire chief says all of this started, firefighters got the call arrived here, went to the downstairs, others went upstairs and firefighters upstairs eventually came so overcome by the heat and smoke that they started to come back down the stairs and at that point they ran out of air. here is what happened next. take a listen. >> go in and pull the forecast out, which is a fire lieutenant from saugus, and the firefighter and fire lieutenant from malden were able to pull some of the firefighters out the front window.
of firefighters in this area in general. i will be contacting local chief to tell them they saved my men and i'm proud of all of them. >> catherine: in terms of injuries, two firefighters had injuries that he described as minor. he said one lost helmet and had some sort of head injury, another firefighter had back injury and burns to the neck. fire chief said they would be checked out. as for the homeowner and residents of this home, the fire chief says the homeowner is 84-year-old woman and also had adult's daughter in the home and granddaughter, all of them were able to get themselves out of this home and actually being kept warm in an ambulance just around the corner where we are right now and that's where things stand right now. chief did tell us earlier, they expected to be on the scene for a few hours and still work going on here behind me and another live report going on for half hour, catherine parrotta, i'm live in saugus, fox fox25
>> daniel: early morning fire on greenwich park and they were able to get out as they spread from the basement to first and second floors and broke out around 3:30 this morning. one firefighter suffered minor injuries and everyone else was okay. >> sara: >> julie: rough start for the mbta. canceled trains and stressed out passengers after yesterday and watching trains all morning. >> jessica: haverhill line in andover things gone more smooth leeanne yesterday and people here this morning hoping it stays that way here.
>> hundreds left stranded after delay at 4:00 in the morning. >> train came from boston and had to wait 20, 25 minutes for buses to come down from the north. >> inbound service stopped at lawrence station and passengers told to take buses in the city and many of them waited for more than an hour. >> hour and 20 minutes when i should have been picked up and i'm still standing here in the freezing cold. >> jessica: red line had serious delays because of similar issue. despite the mbta woes, it is likely key prices will go up. >> any measure even if increase were to go effect as currently proposed and my guess there would be a lot of public dialogue on that, relative to most of the other systems around the country a good deal. >> jessica: passengers handed flyers at north station
happened and it is not nearly enough. >> yes. annoying, yes, but you get used to it. >> jessica: stephanie pollack said freezing cold temperatures make the tracks drizzle. we are hearing from her what she hayde to say about yesterday's commute. live here in andover, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> julie: we are monitoring the train lines again this morning and i will alert you as soon as it comes up. also get on fox25 news at 5:00. >> daniel: international community is scrambling right now after a troubling announcement from north korea. the country claims it has detonated hydrogen bomb. u.s. officials say they cannot confirm if it is true but devices did pick up major seismic activity along the country's coast where there's an atomic test site. >> with each nuclear test the
really effective weapon warhead increases. >> daniel: mike chanoy of u.s. china institute laying bear the seriousness what north korea says was a successful hydrogen bomb test. reclusive regime released statement defending the test reading in part the dpr access to h bomb of justice, standing against the u.s. chief tayne of aggression legitimate right of sovereign state. announcement followed by images of north korea leader kim jung-un signing the order for it the test could take days to confirm but u.s. officials say they are aware of seismic activity in the vicinity of a known nuclear test site. the u.s. geological survey says the event measured 5.1 in magnitude. it also triggered series of condemnations from regional leaders including south korea and japan. if confirmed, the test would be a big step forward for north
than the plutonium weapons used in previous nuclear test. global research group says the real goal here is more attention from the west. >> north korea really wants the conversation, recognition and respect from south korea, but even more than south korea, from the united states. >> daniel: u.s. stock futures dropped overnight once the news broke and update you on the markets when they open in about 30 minutes. >> julie: mother of baby doe will be back in court. it is the first time we have seen rachelle bond and her boyfriend, michael mccarthy, in several weeks. mccarthy is charged with first-degree murder and the mother is charged with accessory
>> daniel: woman leaving baby in her car while she went shopping. another woman called 911. >> tiny baby. >> daniel: yao liu was parked at the wrentham outlets and went alone. had returned. >> she said she didn't law. we explained that it wasn't so much of law as it was judgment as parents. >> daniel: the mother was not arrested but being summons to court on charge of child endangerment. the baby is doing fine. >> julie: volume still moderate, not as jammed as when we checked in at 9:00 a.m. and predicted it will loosen up a little bit more with by 9:15, 920 and look at drive times and first here is shiri.
will get the biggest warm-up of the whole day, temperatures jump significantly, 28 by 10:00 a.m., 30 , 33 at 11:00 a.m., wait until you see where we are by early this afternoon coming up next. >> i would say he has got some moves. still coming your way this morning, how principal making thousands laugh and inspiring students in
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at life-changing hour ball jackpot. >> i would probably stop getting up at 4:30 to go to work. >> michael: jackpot $450 million and 275 million for the cash jackpot. grand prize rolled over 17 times. >> michael: winning ticket right there? >> winning ticket right here. >> michael: picked up a ticket or two tuesday morning at the convenience store. >> probably get more tonight too. >> michael: feeling lucky and dreaming big. >> everybody i know i would give a million dollars.
if you're going to play powerball it will cost you $2 per ticket, $2 per line and chances though not very good website says it is more than one in 292 million. good luck to everyone. live in natick, i've michael henrich, fox25 news. >> michael: >> daniel: wood chips may have gotten into beef in production sold as sams choice with vidahlia onion. they have use by dates may to jr. this year. daniel: wegman's says chicken produced on sunday went to stores without being inspected. they noticed a wegman's
and usda says this is the most serious kind of recall they issue and there's a responsible probability that someone could get sick the chicken was distributed to stores in massachusetts. >> julie: app that trapes your brain is getting hit with 2 million-dollar fine. the federal trade commission says claim misleads consumers because nothing to back it up. they have agreed to settlement where the company doesn't have to admit any wrongdoing if they pay the fine and give customers easy way to scrap the subscriptions. >> julie: 9:17 ask look at traffic map. new incidents to tell you about, expressway southbound, accident before freeport street, that's why you can see the traffic flow changing to bright red as you're heading out of the city. pike still a a a little bit sluggish as you head through the brighton area and zakim bridge backed up right now as well.
minutes on 25 minutes on the expressway from the brant split to the exit for the pike. meteorologist shiri spear joining us, and, shiri, we are for the going to stay warm and warmer than yesterday. >> warmer i think sums it up perfectly. yesterday so darn cold out there, 26 for high in boston, today we will be closer to 40 . waiver up and down in the lower 40s all the way into the weekend. by the way, even getting up to 50 here on sunday, not going to get ahead of ourselves. 17 in plymouth this morning, nice sunny skies, winds so much lighter than yesterday and also not going to bother with wind chills today. i think temperature sum it up perfectly and 1:00 p.m. 38 , upper 30s continuing through the afternoon and it is not getting up to 40 and for the drive home at 5:00 p.m., about 35 .
quick little blip of 40 and have a potential of getting that warm and see a pretty similar trend here in boston as well where it is currently 28 , sunshine, 33 at 11:00 a.m. and we got upper 30s this afternoon. let's break it down here hour-by-hour with future cast because today it is all about the nice clear skies and sunshine and even for the day tomorrow you're going to find more of the same tomorrow i expect we will have thin clouds weaving in with the sunshine. it is friday. when we hit friday, the changes coming into play, clouds moving onshore and because we got winds coming in off the water. drag in the moisture to help fuel the clouds and also possibly some areas of drizzle and if we get the drizzle we will have to watch out for ice during the overnight hours. but this afternoon as i mentioned all sunshine, no more than a couple thin clouds with upper 30s, 38 in boston and beverly and portsmouth, new hampshire to fitchburg and nashua, only 36 in worcester, but we will go up by several
bedford and norwood at 39, plymouth 49, even 39 -- even lower 40s for the southcoast, the cape and islands. lows tonight back into the teens and 20s we go. there's not going a lot going on, wind stays pretty quiet. it is just the big cooldown and by tomorrow morning it is going to feel a lot like it did this morning. tomorrow's high temperatures gain a couple degrees, lower 40s with sunshine. 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view, friday you see the clouds creeping in. saturday will be the cooler day of the weekend but we are also expected expecting less rain as we look at saturday forecast and you could see it here, we will get stuck in the upper 30s in orange and worcester, possibly nashua, new hampshire, versus the low and mid-40s at the coastline. we are going to have to watch out for the icy spots in the morning, possibly a little bit of drizzle or icy mix around town early in the day, but sunday is the wet one with 50 out there, we will be tracking downpours, big cooldown by monday with all day 30s and on
there's a slight chance for some snow. back to you guys. >> daniel: twitter making a change to the format and it could let you express more. >> julie: what ceo told us days after the paris attacks, senators came together for a top-secret briefing on the terrorist threat... marco rubio was missing - fundraising in california instead. two weeks later, terrorists struck again in san bernardino... and where was marco? fundraising again in new orleans. over the last 3 years, rubio has missed important national security hearings and missed more total votes than any other senator. politics first: that's the rubio way. right to rise usa is responsible for the
>> daniel: globe customers did not receive papers. during 8:00 we spoke with mike sheehan that explain they left the original company to try to keep customers from canceling subscriptions . >> daniel: one-half of the papers will be delivered by the former company, other half will be delivered by the company says failed to deliver papers over the past weekend. some parents are judging a book by its cover.
reynolds has a gun wrapped in yarn on the cover. taking look at it right here. award-winning novel is off the recommended reading list this year for seventh and eighth graders in new york city. >> julie: some don't like the idea of reading book with gun on cover and they are calling for boycott of the entire reading program. >> daniel: i can see why many are outraged. >> julie: god bless is causing controversy. they have students recite the phrase of the pledge of allegiance and respect and patriotism and letter god bless america is unconstitutional because it invokes religion. students are still free to say whatever they want after the pledge of allegiance and practice of saying god bless america as a group has been banned. >> daniel: i think the next
atlanta teacher's video goes viral for moods. >> julie: this is ron clark. took on bet you can't do it like me challenge and very talented students. there you go, you can see it. you can move. i wonder how long he had to rehearse and wonder how long he had to have the choreography. they know what they are doing. >> daniel: i call the moves on fleek. >> julie: started nonprofit schools and give kids place to go everyday. >> daniel: clark won national teacher of the year in harlem happened in 2000 and school designed to look like hog warts
>> julie: we had a hog warts and harry potter binge watching session when it was so cold out. >> shiri: awesome school, awesome work there. today and tomorrow, rain chances as low as they can possibly go and friday into the weekend, chance for rain sneaking back in and hour-by-hour look at warmer and weekend weather next. >> daniel: how woman able to turn the tides days after the paris attacks, senators came together for a top-secret briefing on the terrorist threat... marco rubio was missing - fundraising in california instead. two weeks later, terrorists struck again in san bernardino... and where was marco? fundraising again in new orleans.
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>> daniel: i'm daniel miller. >> julie: i'm julie grauert. need the sunglasses today, you have seen it in traffic cams, especially on the
pike, solar glare coming after you and temperatures a little bit warmer than they were yesterday, shiri. >> shiri: i guarantee you guys will want the solar glare or the ocean effect snow and snow free this morning and basically wind
five to 10 miles per hour. tewksbury at 19 but 27 in marlboro and lexington 23 in walpole and lynn at 28 and mid-20s from hanover down to duxbury, 30 in sandwich, 23 in harwhich, now up to 30 on the vineyard. vineyard actually started in the single digits this morning. so our warm-up really taking off when we go from 20 right now in boston to 36 by noon time today and all sunshine all days and dropping it back down to 30 at 7:00 p.m. with clear skies, smooth sailing today, i will bring you warmer and wetter weather by the weekend coming up. >> waiting for the accident on expressway southbound to clear. it is slowing things down a little bit as you leave the city pike though looking fine as you head through the brighton area starting to finally get a little bit lighter and that exit ramp
essex street in saugus because of the fire we have been telling you about all morning. here is live look at the zakim bridge, pretty typical delays on the leverett connector. over to your live drive times, 38 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 23 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 45 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. >> continue to follow breaking news in saugus. intense firefighters flames dealing with as the home burned and family lived inside was fortunate enough to get themselves out before the flames got worse and rapid live at the scene where crews will be working for hours. good morning, catherine. >> catherine: building inspector also on the scene and says this house going to need to
damage a total loss, $500,000. move out of the way so you could see the efforts ongoing and this is the ramp coming off the route 1 north going to essex street in saugus, still blocked off by the fire trucks there and again, firefighters working on hot spots in this home. this fire broke out around 5:00 this morning and some went upstairs and fire chief firefighters who were upstairs, they became overcome by the heat and smoke and so they ended up down the stairs and at that point they ran out of air and actually two firefighters from malden, other firefighter from saugus who tried to assist them and came to the aid and helped one get out of the house and firefighters doing okay, three total in the home, names not been released just yet. in terms of injuries, the fire chief does say two of the firefighters have minor injuries, one with a minor back injury, another with a minor
in terms of the people that were in the house, it was 84-year-old elderly woman, homeowner and adult daughter and granddaughter, they made it out okay. got themselves out of a home and ambulance at the scene much of the morning and in terms of the damages here, home said to be a total loss, $500,000, building inspector saying this home will need to be torn down, so they are discussing how they are going to do that. work here continuing, they should be leaving the scene by about lunchtime and details here for much of the day. live in saugus, catherine parrotta, fox 25 news. >> daniel: as soon as we learned about the fire sent out news alert on the map. free to download with live coverage all morning with the scene in saugus. stay with us. >> julie: markets are open. take look at this. u.s. stocks sharply lower today.
these are over concerns of global economic growth, low oil prices and increased geo political tensions and issues surrounding and nuclear test in north korea and dow continuing to fall, beginning what would likely be a very volatile day. >> daniel: chipolte says it has been served a federal grand jury subpoena regarding an outbreak at california restaurant over the summer. that subpoena part of stores having issues with customers getting sick. >> julie: people waiting out in freezing cold hoping train
>> jessica: there were not a lot of issues to speak of on haverhill line, things were smoothly, but couple of issues on worcester line, one canceled earlier this morning and yesterday whole different scene here in andover, number of issues on haverhill line after train derailed near andover around 4:00 in the morning. now, keolis, that's the company that operates the commuter rail say wheels of two cars slipped off the track as a result and inbound service yesterday morning was stopped on haverhill line at the lawrence station. passengers were told to take buses into the city from there and many of them told the crews they thad to wait for more than hour outside in the cold. red line also had serious delays yesterday because of some similar issue. transportation secretary
tracks brittle. >> we are sorry to the customers. >> jessica: flyers were handed to customers but they say it is not nearly enough. andover on the haverhill line, passengers we spoke to saying we hope it stays that way for the evening commute. live in andover, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> julie: we will keep monitoring the train lines all day and stay tuned for updates. >> >> daniel: man's body on embankment and combed and shut down route 290 eastbound near exit nine for hours. all lanes are reopened this morning and man's name haven't been released and we are waiting results from autopsy.
spree hours. we spoke to father of one victim. >> called the police and part of his description. >> working with police and king storm and warmer and similar robberies they had on the same day. >> daniel: woman noticed she was being followed when parked outside the home suspect ran behind here and tried to grab her and he was about a foot taller and 100-pound heavier than she is and she said she didn't hesitate to grab her gun. >> i didn't think twice. you know what i mean?
to hurt me, harm me, there to ask directions. you know what i mean? he was going to hurt me. so i did what i had to do. >> daniel: bullet hit the suspect in the chest and taken to the hospital. police arrested him and charged him with robbery. >> julie: it is 9:39. dog saves date in western mass by leading officers to another dog stuck in the woods and one of the dogs got stuck in the emt bankment after running from the owner. suffered a medical emergency and both ran off and they were unsuccessful and later one of the dogs ran to officer and started barking and led to dogs that were trapped. both dogs are safe and healthy this morning. >> daniel: norwood police trying to track down two men sweeping keys and credit cards from jim lockers. latest theft happened at vanderbilt club. surveillance video shows them walking around the parking lot with the stolen car keys in hand and manager says they pretended they were interested in jim
out the locker rooms. then left with the stolen items. >> pick on poor people that work hard for a living and you people do nothing and just feed off of people that do stuff. >> daniel: they went on shopping spree at target at university station and similar gym robberies have been reported at neighboring towns. >> julie: violent crime is up at "t" stops and few stations have more trouble than many others. >> i generally feel very safe but mindful anything could happen. >> we have to be hope which makes us a soft target. >> julie: we started looking into violent crime members after shots were fired there in october but some of the other "t" stations with the most crime might surprise you. fox25 will break down the top
responding tonight at 10:00. julie: check traffic and weather every ten minutes. live drive time, 21 minute community braintree split to the exit for the pike. shiri? >> shiri: teens off the map and all about the 20s. 20s and sunshine, grab your sunglasses. yes, a coat, as headed home from work later today, 30 to 36 at 5:00 p.m. and take you hour-by-hour through today's warm-up and breakdown, the hot spots next. >> >> daniel: local girl could be the final "american idol." coming up the song that landed her right in front of the famous judges. >> julie: plus the water is so bad the mayor declared a state
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bring it, girlfriend! rich, creamy, 100% natural cheese. mini babybel. snack a little bigger. >> julie: we want to take awe live look at big board, huge selloff, down 226 points. one point the major averages were briefly off a% and a half, apple trading more than% and a half lower as well around $100 a share. all coming after concerns north korea successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. >> daniel: we are following developments out of afghanistan this morning where one u.s. service member has been killed, two others wounded fighting the taliban. pentagon says it happened during
ops mission. one had to return to base. taliban has been pushing to retake parts of the province not far from the pakistan
border. >> julie: happen today friend of one of the san bernardino attackers will be arraigned in court. enrique marquez is accused of conspiring with syed farook to provide material support to terrorists. so far marquez has not entered a plea but expected to do so today and bought rifles and his wife to use during the deadly attack on december 2nd. 14 people were killed at inland regional center. >> daniel: president gets emotional while issuing executive action trying to reduce gun violence. >> from every family who never imagined that their loved one would be taken from our lives bye-bye bullet from a gun. >> >> daniel: tears filling
remembers young lives lost and encouraged people who should not get licenses and prevent private sales. yesterday mayor marty walsh is it is a key piece to the puzzle. >> if we can prevent one person from getting gunned down i think that's a benefit. >> republicans have rallied against the president plan saying it is abuse of power. >> julie: police in pneumonia trying to track down a mother they believe told young son to steal a cell phone. theft caught on surveillance video. police say someone dropped the phone near the entrance and minutes later it was taken. keep an eye and little boy runs, grabs the phone and runs out the door. they are acry mother set poor example for the child. >> daniel: twitter may soon go beyond the 140 traditional
the site currently testing a version that would display the first 140 characters and then allow users to read the rest of the tweet by clicking on link. some are suggesting they need more space to talk. >> julie: people in flint, michigan saying they have to pay water bills even though the water isn't drinkable. it is found to have high lead cons station and dangerous to drink. this week residents ruled they have to pay for water anyway. people there say they can't believe it. >> take showers and stuff and, you know, we itch after that and it is not just safe to drink and having to buy water. it is not fair. >> why am i paying you $311 for water that i can't even use. >> julie: the city's financial chief says when people pay bills it responds to the water crisis and eventually be able to clean
julie: thing moving along nicely and waiting for the accident to clear on expressway southbound right after savin hill overpass. on the 93 south a little bit slow on medford as you approach somerville. route 1 though finally starting to move along. zakim bridge leverett connector is backed up right now. here are live drive times, 12 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 31 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 39 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. fox25 storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and lots of blue sky and sunshine outside and behind you. >> shiri: we scored in the weather department because after real cold days and snowy weather, look at how winds died down as well, from the southwest which is a warm stuff, warm forecast today and only running around 7 miles per hour. 28 feels cooler because of the
issue today, so 11:00 a.m., 34 , 36 by 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 this afternoon, 38 and then we will start losing heat and drive home from work, a lot of low to mid-30s out there and around 9:00 tonight in boston itself. we got big area of high pressure planted over the northeast, that means it stays clear the next two days, stays quiet. winds going to be fairly dead the next few days. future cast go from start to finish without any pauses in between because it is just highlighting the sunshine today so nice and bright, cape where we will find some of the warmer temperature readings, bourne, barnstable, wellfleet, nantucket at 44 and edgartown at 41 and rest of southeastern mass, upper 30s and 40s, marshfield and new bedford 40 , plymouth 39 and 38 brockton, taunton and middleborough, in and around the boston area upper 30s there as
chelmsford 39, dedham 39, only 37 in holliston, northeastern massachusetts, 38 number from lynn to beverly to ipswich this afternoon, haverhill in andover do pop out at 39 degree reading and going to subtract even more headed into central mass. so worcester hills, worcester itself 36, boylston 36, douglas 37, petersham only 35 and southern new hampshire find upper 30s, 38 mildford, nashua and manchester as well hampton but only 34 in laconia and 36 in keene, new hampshire, but did you see that, it is sunshine for every single one of you out there and tonight it is going to be clear with temperatures back into the teens and 20s, in fact, it could end up being 5 cooler, even though the numbers you will see there and tomorrow popping out the low, these mid-40s, going to go up a couple degrees over where we stand today but that quiet weather ongoing, it is not until friday that the real changes move in, even though you wake up to 22 and high of 40 , we will
in off the water and with the winds come the clouds. i mean picking up moisture over the water, dragging it in over the land and it is also going to bring in enough moisture to fuel drizzle. when the drizzle pops up if it continues during the overnight hours, that's where we have some icy concerns. so anyone hitting the road either late friday night or early saturday morning there's a potential for some patchy freezing drizzle. it is not set in stone because it is looking very scattered, very light right now, real rhett day end up being on sunday and warmer with high of 50 , look at all the rain moving in and downpours and blue on screen, 50s, washout, not the best looking day. i will have to go with saturday as pick of the weekend for monday all day 30s, on and off clouds, tuesday chance for snow. back to you. >> daniel: "american idol" is back for one final season and local girl hoping the show will give her a chance to shine. coming up next the local performances that gave her the
throughout the day. 208 points and holding and concerns about nuclear test with stability in the middle east and low price of oil. >> julie: can you believe it is almost over and one massachusetts singer got to audition in front of the judges. sara underwood caught up with weston native on big chance of making her voice heard. >> first time i can remember singing when i was three years old and i sang you're my sunshine. >> singing ever since and gaining confidence herself and ever since. i caught up with her and hometown of weston. >> it was a free-for-all. school would set up performances
stuff like that and sign up for performances. >> beautiful voice. >> sara: she had her biggest performance yet. she scored an audition in front of the "american idol" judges. >> i couldn't tell if i was going to cry or laugh, so many emotions going through my mind. sara: for her audition it wasoc at me by cory hood. >> it is a beautiful song and came naturally to me and felt right. i think i did a pretty good job. >> julie: she is under strict secrecy, so much so she couldn't even sing for us. premier starts early with half hour "american idol" farewell season and then 2-hour premier
by the fox25 news at 10:00 and 11. >> daniel: that was part of my television time back in the day. >> shiri: first time i can get my girl involved and they will love it. >> julie: how is the weather? >> shiri: all about the sunshine the next few days and clouds creeping in friday and icy potential saturday morning. >> danie what would you do with five minutes to kill, and a smart phone? check the scores. probably post a pic. text a friend. how about register to vote? really? you can. five minutes online and a massachusetts drivers license is all it takes to register