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why some days he >> daniel: what police are telling us about a cause of a crash. >> julie: all eyes on wall street as wait for opening bell in 30 minutes. troubling signs overseas that could lead to losses for retirement accounts here in the states. >> daniel: nobody won the big jackpot but someone waking up a million dollars richer. local store that helps someone strike it rich. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good thursday morning, i'm julie grauert. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. sun is shining and better soak it up today. shiri spear has a look at the changes that are on the way. good morning, shiri. >> shiri: changes you might
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sunshine now warming up back up to freezing in boston, congratulations back out to 32 there and out of the teens in norwood popping you will way up to 28 in norwood, 25 in lawrence, 29 in fitchburg, only 18 still and nashua, new hampshire, but 27 in plymouth and 36 in chatham, so things on the up and up and by noon time today it is going to be upper 30s, if not 40 in a couple of spots and highlighting lots of sunshine again today and 3:00 p.m. you could see kids coming home from school and a lot of those lower 40s, in fact, 40 to 45 for highs today, mostly sunny after this calm and chilly morning, sluggish 128 southbound through lexington. pike is still seeing heavy volume through the brighton area
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minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 28 minutes on the expressway from the brant braintree split to the pike and 40 minutes to the leverett connector. >> julie: good news in upstate new york where all 17 miners have been rescued from underground salt mine and they had been trapped since 10:30 last night and brand-new pictures of the ithaca facebook page. rescue mission was happening in lansing new york which is close to ithaca. the workers were in elevator shaft that was stuck more than 700 feet below ground and miners being treated right now at ems at the scene and no word if anyone was injured. >> daniel: new details in breaking story we have been following all morning in brighton. driver hit a person in chestnut hill ave. now the driver and passenger are in the hospital. jessica reyes live at the scene where neighbors, jessica, heard
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>> jessica: scene was simply horrifying and happened around 11:00 on this stretch of chestnut hill avenue in brighton and we did get update from boston police about 45 minutes ago and they do tell us that victim does have life-threatening injuries. this is the car police towed away around 4:00 this morning, officers told us the victims hit the windshield of the car and ended up in the middle of the street. they were rushed to brigham & women's hospital which is where police say they remained this morning. that driver, we are told, did stop, she was apparently shaken up and we just spoke to woman who lives around the corner where this happened and heard the crash and described the scene as simply awful. >> it was about 11:30 and we heard a little boom and looked out the window and a car's airbag completely gone off and there was a victim playing in
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blood all over the street and the cops and ambulance, fire department showed up immediate immediately. >> jessica: police out here recreating the scene five hours into this morning and reopened the street when it was around 4:00 a.m. again, we did speak with boston police 45 minutes ago and the victim had life-threatening injuries. we are here live in brighton, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: take a look at this, someone spray painted a tribute to red sox legend near fenway park. catherine parrotta heard back from a red sox spokesperson about that graffiti. good morning, catherine. >> catherine: good morning, daniel. get this cleaned up as soon as they can but you could see this
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that number six and alongside many other numbers retired and, of course, that number six, number associated with johnny pesky and graffiti scrawled across the top of the number and show you the video, a little bit of different view of it. that's mr. red sox, you know, retired number six, replica of it anyway, scrawled with black paint or marker along the top there and according to red sox spokesman we just heard back from the past hour, to the best of their knowledge it happened last night, and unfortunate it happened but graffiti isn't uncommon in this area and they will clean this up as soon as possible. johnny pesky died over three years ago after working for the sox for decades as a player and various other roles and in addition to this ilhumidity -- illuminated six the pesky pole, pesky played the rookie season as hitter in 1942 and career primary position was short stop and also played second and third base and, of course, hearing from a lot of you from twitter
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this is disrespectful, others saying maybe it was somebody that was randomly putting graffiti on things, and, of course, that's something we don't know right now. what we do know, what i can tell you someone here this morning, somebody from the graffiti's buster's unit also came out here to take a look at this and sending a crew out to see if they can get the graffiti removed and try a hot water treatment to remove that graffiti, but he said it could be tough to get that marker or spray paint off the material, course material and red sox spokesperson saying they will try to get that cleaned up as quickly as possible right now. live at fenway park, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> julie: house fire on gaston street in roxbury. call went into firefighters around 3:00 this morning and started in the attic and moved to the roof. three people got out. no word if anyone was injured. boston fire tweeted there's
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julie: state police hope they will unravel a mystery surrounding death man found in auburn. the d.a.'s office confirmed david laroche was found tuesday morning 50-foot embankment by family members and gotten out of car monday night and walking around a road. he is from florida and used to live in oxford, mass and family planning a funeral this week. >> daniel: new video this morning from saugus where huge fire destroyed the house off route 1. see the damage from sky fox, we were on the scene as this was breaking all yesterday morning. right now no word what caused the fire yesterday and fox25 obtained chilling calls for help inside the burning building. >> mayday mayday. >> daniel: they made the call
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out of air. everybody got out of the fire. one of them described pulling a fellow firefighter out of the home. >> i said give me your hand, we will get out, small bottom pane window and bushes there and basically just dragged them out. >> daniel: family members showed up yesterday even to salvage what they could and damages estimated at $500,000. >> julie: it is 9:08 and fbi will track animal abuse cases the way they track homicides. up until now animal abuse cases listed under the category other and now it will be its own category. crimes against animals will be broken down as neglect, intentional abuse, organized abuse and animal sexual abuse. in washington d.c. animal abuse is a felony. julie: back in 2014 animal cruelty law was passed inspired
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former governor deval patrick signed the law that increased offenders convicted of animal cruelty. puppy doe was abused so bad she had to be euthanized. >> daniel: letter written to state legislateters asking uber and lyft drivers undergo mandatory fingerprinting. they want to make sure drivers can't hide behind fake identities as criminals. mayor marty walsh has previously supported the idea. >> julie: north korea said they tested a h bomb but there's no seismic activity in the area to prove that. they will look for radioactive material to determine what kind of blast occurred and new this morning, south korea says
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they will retaliate by broadcasting into the north. julie: one year ago there was a attack in paris at charlie hebdo. french media now says man may have been wearing a fake suicide belt this morning and not sure if it is related to the year anniversary. >> daniel: someone on the south shore pretty happy. while no one hit the powerball drawing, 1 million-dollar winning ticket was sold in plymouth. massachusetts state lottery tweeted this out overnight confirming where the ticket was sold. it was here at the express mart on court street and not clear if winner local or just passing
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1 million-dollar win means the ticket had all numbers right except the powerball. the odds of winning million dollars are one in 11 million. the new jackpot now an estimated 675 million. the next drawing happens on saturday. >> julie: check traffic and weather every ten minutes and still in the red for quite a few of them, half hour on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 44 minutes 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector connector. shiri? >> shiri: stepping outside now, warm-up on the way, 27 by 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. we will be back to about freezing. already freezing in boston which means i got a pretty nice warm-up to break down for you when we come back. hot spots next. >> daniel: local researchers are working to keep skin safe. how a little heart shaped patch could protect you from a bad burn. >> julie: it was a very unusual year at highest point on the planet.
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>> julie: u.s. stock futures are down. how it could impact us all in the states. >> reporter: today could be unnerving day. down 300 and 400 points and
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the second time in a week. the chinese market were open for less than 30 minutes today. the big fear is economy slowing down and hurt u.s. businesses and impact american jobs and on top of that oil prices continue to slide and more than a decade and people that have investments in oil and energy are also seeing some of their money slip away. be sure to stay with fox25 news and have the opening bell coming up at 9:30. live in washington, kyla
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>> julie: macy's closing stores after disappointment holiday sales. julie: police sent us these pictures from the scene. no one was hurt and portion of the road between withins avenue closed to traffic and dpw there trying to fix the problem and continue to monitor the situation and bring you the latest development. >> daniel: weather system nobody as el nino wreaking havoc in california. look at truck here and woman stuck in the passenger seat partially underwater for about nine minutes, her boyfriend drove into high water which started to sweep the truck away until it got wedged against the telephone pole. he escaped but firefighters had the woman out. this is the third el nino fueled storm in southern california this week. el nino the same system to cause us to have such a warm december here in new england. you could see the effects of el nino and the system tonight on fox25 news at five, six and ten as chief meteorologist kevin
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lake tahoe. for the first time in more than four decades, an entire year passed without anyone stepping foot on mount everett's summit. 2014 no one reached the highest peak, 358 climbers -- climbing permits were issued. in april 7.8 earthquake in nepal caused dangerous conditions. >> julie: heavy volume around town red icons a few accidents, most of them on some of the side roads but we do have one on the pike that's slowing things down before the allston-brighton tolls. expressway still jammed right around morrissey boulevard. like i mentioned, pike slow as you approach the allston-brighton tolls and here is that bumper-to-bumper traffic over to the live drive times, 12 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128. 43 minutes on 93 south from 495
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minutes on the expressway from for the pike. shiri spear joining us now with look at those temperatures that today. >> shiri: yes because we start near 20, land near 40 and nice bright skies in boston, possible drizzle in the forecast tomorrow, not expecting anything widespread for friday or saturday but i think saturday morning even with some patchy freezing drizzle we are going to have to watch out for a couple icy spots out there. 32 in boston, nice little warm-up, lawrence 25 , you could see sunshine there, only light winds today, 33 by 11:00 a.m. this afternoon in lawrence get up to about 40 in plymouth right now it is 27, same sunshine and nice calm winds. 11:00 a.m. 35, we dump it up to 40 by 1:00 and 3:00 this afternoon and what we find out there including worcester,
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out at 39 we pull in the thin clouds, so skies tend to turn a little bit milky here, blue skies might be a little bit, not quite as crystal clear as they were yesterday. nonetheless it is going to be bright and pleasant and things start changing for the day tomorrow and drizzle on the map tomorrow afternoon and overnight got the drizzle northeastern massachusetts and want anyone especially at the coastline and in eastern massachusetts and new hampshire to stay very alert to that possibility because drizzle overnight and we got freezing temperatures north and
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here for possibly some freezing drizzle. dropping back into the 20s with increasing clouds and to the day expect it to be cooler. even think the temperatures might be a little overdone from boston to the north and east because we start dealing with winds coming in off the water, really stunts the warm-up. mid to upper 30s would not surprise me north of boston, south of boston we are still going to be able to achieve the lower 40s here tomorrow. 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view, so got the slight chance of drizzle tomorrow followed by the slight chance for a a little bit of freezing drizzle saturday morning and couple sprinkles here saturday afternoon, but sunday, sunday is real wet one, got us going to 50 but going to
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soaking wet it is, yellows, oranges and downpour potential and facing inch and even inch and a half of rain on sunday, big time cooldown into early next week. back to you. >> daniel: joe biden one breath away from the most powerful position but he says it is not enough.
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>> julie: welcome back, everyone. a massachusetts company doing their part to help people from getting a sunburn. loreal debuted the my uv watch at consumer electronics show. new stretchable skin sensor that can monitor the uv exposure and show whoever is wearing it exactly how much harmful uv exposure they are getting. it was developed by company based in lexington. >> daniel: one of a kind sunken treasure he wants nothing to do with. strange bottle out in halifax harbor. it was a bottle believed to be more than 140 years old. inside was some sort of liquid, local bar paid to have it tested and turned out to be beer and researchers and bar owners actually tried the beer. >> wouldn't want to drink any of it, it is terrible. sample on halifax for 100 years,
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>> daniel: he didn't want to try the beer himself. he swam in the harbor and knows what is down there and rather not try the beer. probably agree with him too. >> julie: go get new -- fresh can or bottle of beer. julie: actor johnny depp told variety magazine he would sometime sleep in the make-up he wore to play whitey bulger. it took two hours to transform and at least an hour to take off and some days he would sleep in it. depp says being in make-up makes it harder to get rid of character emotionally. >> daniel: we know drones can do a lot of things, take pictures, take packages but new drone carries people. >> julie: there's a takeoff, landing button, that's it. easy and dangerous?
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crash to the ground. >> julie: check this out. a little gross. woman in new york who happens to be a traffic reporter got in her car and found this. tell everybody. >> daniel: snakes on a plane. >> julie: snakes on plane or frozen snakes on windshield. spotted it as getting ready to take to daughter to swim practice early in the morning and didn't want to get out and touch it or move it and drove windshield. >> daniel: what do you do? probably use the windshield wiper. >> julie: me too. >> daniel: i would have noticed it before i got in the car. >> julie: sure? >> shiri: i would not have touched it. have somebody take that off, get that off. definitely cold enough this morning and we are going to be watching both drizzle and potentially some freezing drizzle and icy roads, not today
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i will tell you the timeline when we could be facing those slick spots next. >> daniel: fox25 investigates exposing shocking new details surrounding the former principal of swampscott high school. coming up at 9:30, the troubling conversations he was having dear fellow citizen, i know what it' s like to buy a house. i know how it feels to be stressed about money. i understand what a scary word "retirement" is, and i can help. because i' m not just a fellow dad, fellow mom, fellow saver, i' m a fellow citizen. who gets up every day and tries her best. just like you. sincerely, elizabeth trackler samantha parke robert kennedy deanna morrison
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>> daniel: welcome back to fox25 morning news on thursday, january 7th, i'm daniel miller. >> julie: just about 9:30 and looks like we have a better chance of get something rain and making way up to 30 for the first time this morning, 24
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temple, new hampshire and 27 in plymouth and 3:00 p.m. and few clouds out there and whitish tinge, not going to be the same bright blue as yesterday but dry until 7:00 this evening, but by tomorrow we will have to start inching up that risk of rain, i will break it down for you in a couple minutes. julie, let's get back to you for a check on the road. >> julie: heavy volume out there taking a look you could see 93 south starting to look a little bit better and route 1 opening up, still a little bit slow on 128 southbound as you head through lexington and approach the pike. pike itself sluggish, eastbound as you head through the allston-brighton area taking you to live look there. still jampacked. usually by about 9:15, 9:20 it starts to lighten up but today it is not the case. it is thursday. typically the slowest day of the week. 49 minutes on pike and 36
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route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. >> julie: markets are now open familiar site. already down 240 points within minutes of the opening bell. we will continue to keep an eye on this and bring you any updates as they happen. >> daniel: this morning fox25 has specifics about allegations of the former principal of swampscott high school. edward rozmiarek resigned last month after allegations of inappropriate conduct. last night at 6:00 fox25 investigates about the alleged inappropriate behavior. >> julie: while beverly police says rozmiarek is not being charged and behavior and resignation and internet chats
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thought was 13-year-old girl. >> reporter: former high school principal edward rozmiarek spoke on two chat rooms with someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl and trained decoy for a nonprofit called the perverted justice foundation. according to the report foundation tipped off investigators and provided chat logs, screen captures of chats, text photos and e-mails and rozmiarek admitted he was a principal and father but said he was a, regular guy in chat room, and used chat name a great guy. report says the chats between rozmiarek and decoy were sexual in nature and that he initiated the secretaries chats. state police had been to rozmiarek beverly home borne investigation. week now tell you an examination of his desktop computer found browser activity from the two chat rooms in question.
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dell laptop also contained evidence consistent with chat activity on those websites, plus dozens of graphic files depicting adult pornography. when investigators questioned rozmiarek he acknowledged the behavior was inappropriate and said he did it, quote, because it is exciting. for the third time since the story broke we tried to reach edward rozmiarek at beverly home today and he did not come to the door, but swampscott parents had plenty to say when we told them what we have learned. >> i think it is horrific in general, i think it is horrific certainly as principal of school with children. best thing he is not here any more, that's how i feel and kids safety and that's -- i think they did a great job by telling him that he is no longer with the school. >> reporter: in swampscott for fox25 investigators i'm heather hegedus. >> daniel: we reached out to
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there were no charge against him and you might wonder why that is specific location and there's no evidence that shows rozmiarek did that. statement essex county d.a. tells fox25 charging mr. rozmiarek essex district attorney's office does not suggest that his conduct was in any way appropriate as repugnant as his conduct was, does not cross the criminal line. rozmiarek's contract was not renewed as headmaster prior to coming to swampscott and district only confirm finished out the length of contract and it was not renewed. >> julie: fire crews spent much of the night mopping up hot spots ava south shore restaurant caught fire. right now the cause of the fire is still under investigation. fox25 michael henrich is live outside the restaurant in kingston that is now boarded up.
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>> michael: i spoke with the family that owns the restaurant and look at scene at damage here to carmella's restaurant at south main street in kingston. they didn't come out on camera but they were touched, clearly very touched by the outpouring of the support of the community that so doorly adores the restaurant and owners. look at the restaurant's website, talks about how three generations of this family have worked in the restaurant industry in this area of kingston over the last 42 years, so they have deep roots here and now they are going to have to replant those roots because the kingston fire department says the fire caused substantial amount of damage. you could see the second floor of the restaurant itself was boarded up there because of this fire that took place at 8:45 last night. there were people eating inside the restaurant. fortunately firefighters say
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everybody is safe and again, firefighters spoke with our crews how it is significant to family on the town. >> family has been in business a number of years and also own the restaurant down the street, momma mia's and number of restaurants throughout the area and they do great business. they will continue their investigation and as soon as we learn more, of course, we will bring you update on fox25 morning news news app and myfoxboston.com. reporting live in kingston, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> daniel: following breaking news out of brighton where car and person were hit overnight.
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are in hospital. jessica reyes live at the scene that was closed off for most of the night. good morning, jess. >> jessica: good morning, daniel, that's right. spoken to people that live on the block and saw the screen. describe it as simply horrifying it happened on this stretch of chestnut hill avenue around 11:00 last night and around 8:30 this morning we did get upfrom boston police and officers on scene the victim told us hit the windshield of the car and ended up in the street. that person was rushed to brigham & women's hospital with again life-threatening injury and that is where they remain this morning, police say. the driver, we are told, did stop but she was apparently so shaken up she had to be taken to the hospital to be checked out. just about 45 minutes ago we spoke to a woman who lives around the corner from where
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she heard the crash and says the whole scene was just awful. >> it was about 11:30 and heard a little boom and looked out the window and car's airbag had completely gone off and there was a victim playing in the street, blood all over the street and cops and ambulance, fire department showed up >> jessica: police were out here recreating the scene five hours this morning and cleared the scene and opened the road back up around 4:00 this morning once again, boston police did confirm to us about an hour ago this victim does life-threatening injuries and they are checking, however, to get update on this person's condition and let us know as soon as we have more information on that. live here in brighton, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> julie: happening today
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murdering his math teacher is back in court. there will be presentencing investigation back in court and sentencing set for january 29th. >> daniel: major change in closely watched death penalty case. mark roles has decided to decided to step down. convicted serial killer who sentence was overthrown and removed himself after learning a potential witness as new trial was someone he knew. family members of sampson's victims are happy about the change. they long beleaved judge wolf was against the death penalty. they tell us that's the sentence they longed hope for. >> what mr. southern new hampshire did was totally unacceptable and taking care of
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>> daniel: new judge is now on the case. >> julie: look at live drive times, still very slow on the pike eastbound as you head from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel looking about 50 minute commute. sure? >> shiri: those of you heading out right now, 22 to 34 degrees, 20s, lower 30s, but well into the 30s as folks head home from work later today, some clouds building in timeline on that and when it leads to rain we will come back. >> julie: local girl nailed her "american idol" audition and song that blew away the judges and got an immediate yes. >> daniel: no need for big
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why >> julie: taking you back to the big board and dow now down 232 points, continuing to sharply lower as worries intensify about china's economy and dropping oil prices. this has been a huge story all week so far. china's stock plunged triggering the second automatic halt in trading this week and sank to lowest level in 12 years. it is going to continue to be a major story throughout the day and markets have been open just 14 minutes so far in the states. >> daniel: 9:44 right now. patriots wide receiver danny amendola getting some flak from his neighbors and it has nothing to do with this weekend's loss
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it has to do with this in part of the carport behind his home in providence, look at sky fox there. amendola got permit for the city to build the carport and had it installed a few weeks ago. he lives in historic neighborhood and neighbors there say the canopy is eyesore and takes away from the charm. >> people here are definitely protected of the look of the neighborhood. >> horrible kind of tin structure and metal and black and looks chintzy. >> daniel: according to the associated press he had it put up to save time getting out of the driveway when it snows. patriots head coach has been known for sending players home or benching them if they show up late to practice. >> julie: donald trump taking tour to vermont, presidential candidate will speak tonight in burlington. his office says they have released 20,000 tickets, more than ten times the number of
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first serve basis and burlington free press report there will be airport like security this julie: vice president regrets not entering the race this year. joe biden regrets it everyday but says it was the right chase for his family. biden ended speculation run back in october, not long after the dealing of his son bo. while he is a candidate he will not remain silent and speak out and influence the democratic party and the hopes the way the country will go. >> daniel: video posted online by employee and quickly circulated the internet and woman hitting and pushing the boy to the ground. police say she is a teacher's aide at the school and coworkers stood and taped the whole thing. the students grandmother says the school called saying there was an incident but she didn't
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>> that's ridiculous. that shouldn't have happened. again, he is a special needs child and shouldn't be treated like that tall from anyone. >> daniel: school has gotten in trouble over the past. over the summer they got caught manipulating background checks. the teacher's aide faces felony child abuse charges. daniel: apps keep us connected but fox25 learn about a new one kids are using that's causing a lot of trouble. it is called afterschool and meant to let teenagers ask their classmates any question they want anonymously and some kids are using it to attack classmates. >> what's happening is extended case of cyberbullying in some instances where students are being -- having identity posted online and unwanted phone calls and mail from all over school from the point some students have actually had to go and get their phone numbers changed
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many harassing examine bullying calls. >> daniel: tonight i will show you how the app works and what parents need to look for and watch for the report on the fox25 morning news at 10:00. >> julie: still slow on the expressway around morrissey boulevard and pike sluggish as you approach the allston-brighton tolls. look at this, not used to seeing this kind of volume at 9:48 on week day morning. so budget some extra time. 11 minutes 104 to 128, 28 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 23 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. fox25 storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and enjoy the dry conditions today because that's changing. >> shiri: best day i have going forward 7-day forecast and nicest 32 now in boston, the
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i got no wind in place, just some thin clouds and sunshine today and this is what we have as we progress through your prefriday or thursday. we got 11:00 a.m. 37 , 38 at 1:00 p.m., 39 at 3:00 p.m. and then we start cooling down. plus the clouds continue to increase through the overnight hours. high pressure is going to keep us dry today, it is going to keep us relatively bright but you're going to find that whereas yesterday we had the nice bright blue skies, today it will be more of milky white sky. so not going to be quite that stunning sunshine that we had yesterday. nonetheless, pretty bright as we travel straight to future cast there, nothing to zoom into for you. some of the warmest temperature readings will come out of southeastern massachusetts but even at that carver and wareham and 40 in scituate and find things stuck in the 30s to a certain extent from the north shore, essex to ipswich to danvers, at about 39 .
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nashua, new hampshire, but even boston itself will be at about 39, same in worcester and in keene, 45 nantucket, that sounds pretty good and 42 for hyannis. high temperatures tomorrow on the flip side, although you see more 40s on the map, i think it is going to be a little tougher to get there. low and mid-40s south of boston but from boston to the north and west we got this wind coming in off the water, and stuck in the 30s, common and even as you wake up tomorrow morning there will be more clouds around, only get thicker during the day and with the wind coming in off the water we got the endless supply of moisture for the clouds and even bit of drizzle in particular for the north shore and anywhere across western new hampshire and plus with the risk of a couple drizzly spots overnight and temperatures back to freezing, we have actually got to watch out for icy spots here early saturday. you will see how limited
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there's really not much out there. you can see western massachusetts, favored location for a little freezing drizzle and freezing rain and anywhere north of the mass pike that is going to be a threat and over the border into southern new hampshire, a little bit of light wintery mix, even something that will we will have to watch for early saturday. highs 42 , above freezing, couple late day sprinkles. on sunday though with high of 50 , it is going to be a wind whipped rain and here you will see the downpours really developing as we head into the late-morning and afternoon hours so get ready for a sunday soaker by monday big time cooldown through the 30s, temperatures will be cooling all day long, next weather maker after that wednesday with risk of rain and snow. back to you. >> daniel: last night local girl stole the show on "american idol." you don't need to take our word
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>> daniel: it is official star wars is now the number one grossing film of all time in north america, the force awakens broke by avatar in 2009 and broke it in just 20 days and took avatar seven months to make more than $760 million.
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ever make more than 700 million. star wars still hasn't broke avatar's world record yet but the movie has yet to open in china so experts believe it is likely to happen. daniel: actress carrie washington is coming to harvard. she has been named hasty pudding woman of the year. harvard university chose her because she continues to break up barriers in hollywood. she will be parading through harvard square later this month. >> julie: "american idol" is officially back for the very first time and real star of the night was weston native. sonika vaid. >> julie: beautiful voice there. audition brought out wide range
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pen-year-old and unlikely talent like we usually see, even someone playing a cello and cop that handcuffed carrie and local girl blew judges away and easily made it to hollywood. she performs every chance she get in favorite park in weston. she sang a carrie underwood song so right after she finished the audition the idol winner and superstar tweeted this. wow, i might have found a season favorite already. what a beautiful voice. nice vote of confidence there. see the rest of the competition on "american idol" tonight at 8:00 right here on fox25.
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>> shiri: today is going to stay pretty bright and high clouds moving in at 43 , clouds really take over tomorrow, we get a little bit of drizzle around, a little bit slick in couple spots saturday morning, but i don't see it anything couple communities. you should be aware you're going to be on the road before noon saturday. sunday soaker. >> daniel: felt so much better than monday. thank you for announcer: 3 republican but which governor won national praise for tough leadership handling nine hurricanes? which governor made his state number one in job creation? which governor led the fight to stop obamacare expansion in his state? and which governor laid out a tough plan to destroy isis months before the paris attacks? jeb bush.
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