tv FOX 25 Morning News FOX January 13, 2016 7:00am-9:00am EST
>> sara: now at 7:00, fire ripped through an apartments in lowell and what forced more than dozen people out into the cold. >> gene: today is day. people lining up for the biggest powerball jackpot in history. the changes stores are making to handle the crush of customers this morning. >> sara: is legalizing recreational marijuana worth the hassle?
coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, 7:00 now on wednesday morning, january 15th, -- thirteenth this morning. we appreciate you being with us. >> sara: heading out, you better bundle up, bitter cold is moving in and storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear with hour-by-hour wind chills and when it will be the worst. >> shiri: sustained winds at 22, gusts up to 30 miles per hour and this is the result, your wind chill the way it feels when you're hit by the wind, only 10 in boston, nine in plymouth, four in worcester, 12 in keene and nashua, so it is going to be one of those really raw days ahead, even at 8:00 this morning. i still got wind chills and teens at the coastline, single digits in the central massachusetts and at noon time we barely moved, even by a couple degrees. this afternoon the warmest i see it feeling in boston you saw
, i think that's the warmest wind chill we will squeak out there, so really dressing for the single digits, teens when we talk about the wind chill, even though temperaturewise that's going to be up around 25 to 30 , windy and cold today with lots of on and off clouds, talk about the risk for flurries and more significant weekend rain in a few, but right now let's get you back over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic. julie, where are the hang-ups now? >> julie: we have seen a lot of issues on the road and accident on 24 northbound has been lingering for over an hour, 139 in stong and -- stoughton and stretching back to broadcast ton. northbound at galavant boulevard at neponset circle and adding to the already volume we see on the expressway. slow going past the gas tank and morrissey boulevard. here are live drive times, 22 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 41 minutes on 93
connector and 23 minutes on with 24 from 123 to 128. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: smoky scene in lowell where a fast-moving fire caused thousands of dollars in damage to the apartment. >> more than dozen people lost their homes, including couple with newborn. crews boarded up the back of the house overnight, jess. >> jessica: they did, sara. take a look. this is the back of the house and this is where the worst damage when crews were here at 6:00 and boarding up some of the windows and understand the damage is estimated at $50,000. now, it does not appear at this point that anyone was allowed back into this building last night. the fire chief told us last night that 13 people lived in this four unit building, including a come with ate six-week-old baby girl. thankfully, however, they did tell the crews everybody made it out okay last night. the flames ripped through the
around 11:00 last nate. the fire started on the first floor and spread upstairs through two units and eventually up to the roof. the fire chief says two days ago police called to the very same multifamily home for a domestic assault and the fire chief did say that they are looking into the possibility as these two incidents could be related. now, at this point, no cause has been determined but we do have calls into the lowell fire department this morning, more on update on this and keep you posted just as soon as we head back. for now live here in lowell, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: also new this morning a boston firefighter is hurt while battling flames in mattapan. seven residents lived in the triple-decker on companyins highway and top floor suffered the most damage and boston fire says one firefighter suffered minor burns and was treated at local hospital. >> sara: if you're just waking up there are brand-new developments overnight about the iran. they were released during our
7:00 we have new video of the group. daniel miller is here now with the latest on this crew. >> daniel: sara, new video of the ten american sailors has just been released. the associated press tweeted it out in the last ten minutes and want to show it to you now. this is from iran state television and pictures of sailors and sitting on a floor inside a room, and there's also pictures of boats they were on when they were detained and also new this morning the u.s. military confirming in the last 30 minutes that the sailors have been freed. iran is claiming two u.s. navy patrol boats were trespassing yesterday in the persian gulf near major iranian naval base. the pentagon says one of the boats had mechanical problems during a routine mission, and you're looking at picture of the boats right now. iranian government reported they were questioning the ten sailors about spying. the boats had illegally traveled more than a mile into the iran antertory, spot where intelligence missions are common for the u.s.
before the iran nuclear deal will be put into action. the u.s. is supposed to unfees about $100 billion in iranian assets. the sailors again are back on an american ship right now being checked out by doctors. we will keep watching this story for you all morning. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: in boston two men recovering in the hospital after a four car crash. the accident happened near the statehouse at beacon street and tremont place at 5:00 last night the witness says it was a tripping ordeal, jeep flew into the intersection hit a parked car and then hit a person after slamming backwards. >> saw a flash, guys in front of me were both hit before i was and smashed through so i got away pretty clean. >> gene: pedestrian and driver of the autojeep were taken to the hospital and no word whether the driver willets any charges. gene: not even an hour early elderly woman killed in crash in roslindale. 88-year-old hit by car in washington street near beech street.
are still investigating the crash. the victim has not yet been identified. >> sara: today president obama following up final state of the union address by heading to the heartland. he plans to talk about the economic progress made during the administration. his first stop will be in omaha, nebraska. tomorrow the president will head to baton rouge, louisiana. both areas have seen the unemployment areas fall by 2%. last night the president said he has been inspired by the beliefs from americans from across the country. >> clear eyed, big hearted, undaunted by challenge, optimistic, unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word. >> sara: in the republican response south carolina nikki haley called on gun rights, appealing the affordable care act. sara: nine-year-old boy who doctors are treating at mass
guests at last night's address. ahmad is refugee from syria. bombing killed his three siblings and he lost both arms. yesterday ahmad went to washington with massachusetts congressman seth moulton and he told through translator he wants to be a doctor. >> also here in america. >> sara: local guest at the state of the union was jonathan rosenthal. he spoke with fox25 before the speech. rosenthal is advocate for gun violence prevention. sara: cameras caught shot of this little boy fast asleep in his suit during the address. he couldn't make it through the hour speech which is actually the shortest state of the union address of obama's presidency. >> gene: powerball frenzy in full force as stores add extra employees to handle the crowd. tonight's historic drawing now worth over a billion dollars. michael henrich live inside a
that is the largest lottery retailer in the state. michael, good morning. >> michael: good morning, joan funny how the jackpot has gotten so high we are saying it is over a billion. forget the fact there's another half billion at play. $1.5 billion is the jack potted, selling a ton of tickets at state line mobile, number one lottery retailer in the commonwealth, and the owner told me about a minute ago, they sold 26,000 tickets yesterday alone. powerball hysteria across the bay state here. other convenience stores and lotto retailers fox25 they are adding staff to make sure they keep up with the demand, make sure that those lines move as quickly as possible. here is something interesting. we have been waiting for jackpot since november, right? state lotto officials say they expect 85% of all possible number combinations to be sold for tonight's drawing. so it is even more likely that we could get a winner tonight.
says never placed the lotto but one and a half billion bucks too hard to ignore. >> can't win if you don't play. put numbers together and give it a shot. >> gene: so the jackpot haven't been won since early november and rollover say heading into the drawing, about $54 million in tickets have been sold and that's led to about $23 million in local aid because if you didn't know, 42% of every dollar spent on the lotto goes to local aid. now, i know i said a moment ago that there's a pretty good chances we could get a jackpot winner tonight, but overall the powerball jackpot is harder to get because of a change back in the fall. we will tell you what they changed and more about it in the next live report in 30 minutes. for now reporting live in methuen, fox25 news, michael henrich. >> gene: watch as numbers are drawn here on fox25. numbers at 10:59 so wish you the best of luck.
weather every ten minutes, 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. >> shiri: still dealing with clean-up and three inches of snow in worcester, two and a half foxborough, mildford, new hampshire, brand-new report coming out of methuen of inch and a half and just under an inch in pembroke, we got another storm system on the way for the weekend and time that out for you next. >> gene: a lot of questions patriots. what we learned about unexpected trip to the hospital for defensive end and other star player that was missing from practice. it has been a long-standing rule city of boston clear out the snow or pay a fine but that
>> sara: this morning police in
one local town looking for vandals that keep targeting the same neighborhood. at least dozen homes in salem, new hampshire were hit while homeowners were sleeping sunday night. some of the graffiti is too obscene to show. 30 homes spray painted in the same neighborhood in august and this time the vandals easthampton wrote we are back and homeowners are rattled. >> kind of challenging and must have it in for somebody because seems like picking the same neighborhood both times. >> sara: police offering $1,000 reward that leads to any arrest.
>> gene: new hampshire state police looking for driver of tractor-trailer that never stopped. crash happened on i-89 in warner, new hampshire in last night's messy commute. helping another car when police say the truck was driving too fast it slid and hit into the cruiser and truck had canadian license plate and two people in the hospital in critical condition after a crash that tied up the morning rush for hours. they were involved in this wrong-way crash on route 128 in lexington. we follow this as breaking news yesterday morning. traffic was backed up for miles for about two and a half hours. police say 20-year-old wayland woman and 27-year-old dracut man were involved but still not clear which one was the wrong-way driver. >> sara: boston city councillor wants to help older folks when it snows. boston residents over 60 from shoveling sidewalks during a snowstorm.
within three hours of hitting the ground or get fined. jackson tells the globe he got idea from 80-year-old who told them he was unable to shovel. young people could be hired for residents over 60. >> gene: large crew gathered at overlook road yesterday afternoon. horse named charlie had to be trafficlized and dragged out of woods on sled. >> that was pure ice down there, thank goodness he was pretty smart and didn't keep struggling charlie later able to stand. we are told he should be just -- should be fine. had days like that. julie, where laid on side and hit hay. >> hay, coffee, snacks, pizza. i was going to say sorry, charlie but don't need to be sensitive. one lane blocked at winter street in waltham for sometime. new accident as well.
multi-vehicle crash right before 138, washington street in canton here is look at live drive times, we are seeing red over an hour on the pike right now from 495 to mass ave,tion minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 52 minutes on 128 southbound that's from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. fox25 storm tracker meteorologist weather meteorologist shiri spear joins us now, and shiri, you will need to spend couple extra minutes clearing the snow off the car as head out the door? >> shiri: we are on the up and up and one to three inches of snow to clean up this morning, if haven't already gone up to the car, find it waiting for you windy and cold turns to main focus and all day wind chills in the single digits and teens and unfortunately what you feel right now is essentially what you're going to feel all day long, main snow out and
boston you saw the nice bright sunshine and 25 current temperature in the city, but wind chills are colder and, of course, wind chill will take account for the wind, how it feels when it strikes you and wind at 22 miles per hour it feels like it is only ten in boston. worcester one of the more problem areas, 20 but your wind chill is four, my friends. four. and i just don't see wind chills there getting up over about 10 this afternoon. plymouth, even though you're going to find temperature reading about 23 . manchester, new hampshire, 23 with partly cloudy skies, feels like 16 there and preview and singles and teens now, even though going up to 29 in boston and beverly and plymouth, portsmouth, new hampshire as well as lawrence, it is just never really going to feel that warm. going to feel at least 10 colder today, worcester 24 , you're probably going to feel
no melting either, only spot even got temperatures close to freezing, nantucket, so the snow you better move it now because snow is not going to move on its own, not going to melt on its own, very windy with winds gusting 45 miles per hour, creating the wind chill and expect winds to peak here late-morning through about lunchtime today. but until 5:00 this afternoon i have got the -- the wind alert that we are going to be really tracking here, and the result is going to be wind chills in the teens. i mean it is going to be cold either way you want to spin it. even after 5:00 p.m. i still got -- i still got the barely cold wind chills. winds will die down by 7:00 tomorrow morning and actual temps in the teens, add just a little tiny bit of wind on top of it, single digit wind chills again. tomorrow partly sunny, we could see a little period here where things turned overcast but still keeping the forecast generally dry for the next several days. tonight did i mention it is going to get cold around here?
wake-up temperatures tomorrow morning and tomorrow we are able to bounce back to 32 with on and off clouds. but between today, tomorrow and friday, only giving us about 20% risk of a flurry or two out there, no additional accumulation. by saturday that is the next weather maker. see most of the day 30s and this is the system as it comes up the coastline, if it is closer to us, it is going to be more reason, further away it is going to be more snow, so dealing with rain-snow line, a little too soon to say exactly where it sets up, but whole thing winds down on saturday evening, by sunday it will be the cooler day of the weekend. only got flurries around but you could see temperatures take a little bit of hit with mid-30s in boston, even cooler temperatures further inland. by monday we will have to watch out for light snowfall accumulation and tuesday things clear out again.
massachusetts state senators. up close look at marijuana industry in colorado. fox25 is only tv station in denver with those lawmakers. as anchor vanessa shows. >> vanessa: we were ask
them as they ask questions about price, potence and he products. >> what do i do with this. >> vanessa: where it was grown and gave access afterwards and senators told us it has been a successful trip. >> up to the voters in massachusetts in november but if it does come through, then we have learned a lot. >> genie is out of the bottle. cannabis is going to be legalized. >> vanessa: colorado harvest, another marijuana company, pot is colorado new gold rush, green
they serve 150 customers a day. >> goal is to crush the black market. >> vanessa: it haven't been the money maker expected. it estimates marijuana will generate 70 to $100 million in tax revenue this year. a lot of money goes to enforcement and health and educational programs. leading the state to net about 55 million. just a small percentage of 27 billion-dollar budget. we wanted to know where the profits would go in massachusetts. could taxes be used for the mbta? >> answer is probably not. >> vanessa: senator jason lewis like colorado a large chunk would be used on enforcement and health and education campaign with very little left-off. >> likely tax revenue we would bring in not do much more than cost the costs. >> vanessa: senator jason
the trip, but take lessons learned back to massachusetts and report with recommendations to help issue that to the senate president by next month. in denver, colorado, denver, vanessa welch. >> gene: what we know about chandler jones bizarre behavior showing up at police station. >> shiri: this morning through a couple flurries mixed in there and show you how long the cold
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>> gene: big story this morning, worth one and a half billion dollars. we are live this morning at the busiest lottery retailer in the state and how they are ramping
up for the huge crowds making way through there today. >> sara: thank you so much for joining us and scrape the car, windshield and head out to buy a powerball ticket if it is really, really cold out there. >> gene: shiri spear tracking cold weather for us. >> sara: >> shiri: clearing out and clouds worcester area and
surprised if you can't find a couple flurries, but this is the big deal this morning, the fact that we have 22 miles per hour winds in boston, close to that in worcester, 24 miles per hour hyannis, these are sustained winds, see stronger gusts through the day and result are just bitter wind chills, feels like four in worcester, 12 in nashua, 12 in bedford and beverly, eight portsmouth, new hampshire, three in milton, ten in boston, 60 marshfield chill of 9 for the last several hours in hyannis, feels like 11 , so day planner here really does not involve wind chill ever climbing out of the teens. even at 9:00 a.m. though the temperature might say 24, it is going to say 9 out there. noon time temperature reading 29, feels like 13, even this afternoon work way up to 30 with partly cloudy skies, it feels like it is about 16 in and around the boston area. so cold bitter day ahead, dress
next risk of snow when we come back in a couple of minutes. let's send you over to julie traffic. >> julie: new accident to tell but, route 3 southbound as you approach 128 in burlington. shifting over to the pike, slow spot is right around the weston tolls, average speeds just 8 miles per hour. however, through the brighton area we aren't seeing the heavy and slow volume yet, that will come closer to eight and then 9:15. live drive times, 53 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 29 minutes on the expressway down to 28 from the braintree split to the pike, 49 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: this is all anyone is talking about today, who's going to win the biggest jackpot ever of powerball over $1.5 billion. >> sara: unbelievable. they have added workers to be
big store in methuen sells more than anyone else and they told us they sold 26,000 just yesterday. >> michael: just yesterday 26,000 tickets sold at this location, number one lotto retailer in the bay state, and they have been selling numbers like that for the past week because $1.5 billion is on the line and people want a part of it and see folks here picking out numbers, there has been a steady stream of customers since they opened up and were able to start selling their tickets for the day here and that is what they expect throughout the day. many convenience stores throughout the state bringing on extra staff and demand and expected lines and some retailers say the peak sales times will be between five and 7:00 this evening and owner of it has been pretty incredible to see the rush.
we had lines off the door and we haven't had a long, long time. >> michael: main five white balls went to larger number range, so instead of being one to pine, it went one to 69. now, that makes it harder to win the jackpot but the powerball red ball number range went down to one to 26. i know i'm throwing a lot of numbers at you but basically what that means easier to win some of the smaller prices, so bit of a tradeoff there. now, some of the lotto money does go to local aid. pretty large percentage people don't know about it, we will talk about that in greater detail, how much this powerball fever helped local state aid and coming up in the next report, coming up in 30 minutes, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: watch the numbers as they come out here on fox25 and have the numbers at 10:59 p.m.
>> gene: bizarre appearance at police station by star defensive player. fox25 catherine parrotta live at gillette stadium this morning with what the team is saying about chandler jones. good morning, catherine. >> catherine: good morning, gene. the patriots saying this morning and last night that chandler jones has been back here, showed up on time for work monday morning, been in all the practices and meetings ever since then. however, we still don't know the circumstance surrounding why he was in the hospital over the weekend. the patriots do confirm that chandler jones was hospitalized on sunday but they say he was released later that same day, but what happened before that is still unclear, according to herald which references records and jones showed up quarter of eight sunday morning and evaluated by fire and ems before being transferred to norwood hospital. weei reports he was partially clothed and they were dealing with confused person in the
he -- later said it was a medical call and herald says at least five officers and evaluated at the police department and another was sent to secure his home and harold did report some information deleted from the dispatch reports because it was referred to as medical call. however, fox25 did obtain an audio clip and said to have been a police call related to the whole incident and tell you more about that and hear the audio clip coming up next hour, live at gillette stadium, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: this morning patriots are also waiting word on rob gronkowski. he was absent and they did not why and how bill belichick got a black eye. belichick saying, quote, i think i will live. they host the kansas city chiefs on saturday in playoff opener.
overnight about the american sailors held in iran and released during the 5:00 a.m. newscast and we have video from the group. daniel miller is here and all look to be in good shape in the clip. >> daniel: video of ten american sailors came out before the top of the 7:00 newscast. associated press tweeted it out and we want to show it to you now. this is from iranian state television and pictures as you mentioned, sara, said to be of the sailors, you can see them sitting on floor inside a room, and there's also pictures of the boats they were on when they were detained. u.s. military confirming in the last hour the sailors have been freed. iran is claiming two u.s. navy patrol boats were trespassing yesterday in persian gulf near major iranian naval base. the pentagon says one of the boats had mechanical problems during a routine mission.
a mile into iran antertore and he intelligence missions are common in the united states and incidence comes days before the nuclear deal will be put into action and u.s. is supposed to unfreeze about $100 billion in iranian assets and sailors are back on an american ship right now being checked out by medical team. so we will keep watching this for you all morning. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: this morning teenager shot by stray bullet in brockton remains in critical condition. story remains on fox25 news at 10:00 monday night. 17-year-old was hit and there was a shootout near the home and one of the bullets went through the wall. zach's father tells us by phone the family is hoping for the best. >> he is a good kid. we are hanging in there. there for them. >> sara: suspects have been arrested and brockton police say
area early or monday. >> gene: man wanted in violent talk behind bars and dramatic surveillance video. yesterday morning the suspect jose materialityo sanchez was arrested by officer that recognized him by the video and 36-year-old charged with armed robbery and assault. gene: looking for man that robbed a jewelry store. this is the first time it has been robbed in 24 years. >> gene: seth mozulia was star
they filed an appeal and stated has month to respond. sara: local family trying to keep convicted killer locked up. loren flynn was raped and killed in home in hyde park. her killer, seeking parole for the second time after apologizing to flynn's family and victim's family and friends don't believe him. >> basically last time around lied to the bored and this time tell the truth and definitely shows the personality. >> sara: massachusetts parole board will review on parole request. >> gene: cosby wants evidence on him kept confidential. cosby faces criminal charges in pennsylvania where a woman claims she was sexually
fox25 will be in court today. sara: dorchester mother says if it wasn't for the action of two boston cops her daughter might be dead. she tells fox25 her four-year-old daughter kieesha has asthma but never had a seizure until saturday. she went in the street and flagged down police cruiser. those officers jumped in and performed cpr. >> they ran right to her, right away. you know, cpr, everything right away. it was beautiful. >> sara: one of those officers has four-year-old daughter himself and says he was more than happy to help. >> julie: checking weather and traffic every ten minutes and watching 93 south as you head woburn into medford and into somerville. route 1 in saugus also still very sluggish as you approach lynn fells parkway. i will have look at live drive
first here is shiri. >> sara: current wind gusts, 30 miles per hour in boston, 40 out in orange, 37 hyannis, 35 on the vineyard, but the problem is they are still getting stronger so by middle of the day they are peaking 40 to 45 miles per hour when the winds finally died down next. >> gene: 7:41. leaving commuters stranded. putting major city in gridlock. best moment of their lives but not for long. crew confusion that left dozens cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies
cleaning and son of the dry cleaner says they took advantage >> unusual for that type
of situation. >> sara: in statement joyce, an attorney, claims he provided legal services to small business men who couldn't afford to pay for him. joyce says the price of legal services far exceeded any dry cleaning that he was offered. sara: new jersey chris christie has event at firehouse in manchester. roundtable discussion at bedford police department and then an employee town hall at deck tronnics. governor christie will be part of the next gop debate tomorrow night. >> gene: league owners have approved rams back to california it left after the 1994 season
to move to l.a. but they must agree to share new stadium being built by stadium in englewood. raiders
will receive $100 million in support from the other owners. >> sara: canton high school senior's dream came true when he played in first high school hockey game. 18-year-old senior and manager maddie mar kony has rare and incurable disease that kept him off the ice. he scored the first goal in plan hatched by both teams coaches. >> i like storing a lot of goals out there. >> he was really excited. >> sara: maddie plays in disability league and goals to play in high school game before
>> gene: group of workers at new jersey restaurant when they thought they had become instant millionaires. it was recorded on restaurants surveillance cameras but all came to abrupt end when they realized they compared last wednesday's numbers to winning numbers on saturday. ticket that caused gut-wrenching reality 42 employees had pooled money for $210 worth of tickets. they they had it won but not so much. >> julie: 128 northbound head through dedham and through the pack and expressway from furnace brook parkway to columbia road. we will have a look at live look for you and live drive times coming up in a few minutes. let's check in with meteorologist shiri spear for
just bitter cold today. >> shiri: urging you to dress for it, sending kids off, mittens, hats, nice and covered up, flurries, small risk of seeing that the next couple days and all of that fresh snow out there and got this photo coming in and calling it a winter wonderland and i got this one from lawrence looking at clock and fresh snow on the ground and you know how pictures look cold and new hampshire and toward keene and do have patchy clouds and even a couple flurries leaking in from the west. this is not going to be big time snow, not going to be accumulating snow and couple flurries in particular to the north and west of boston and central massachusetts or
overall partly sunny today and everybody wind and he that's what i want you to walk away the forecast and remembering we have sustained winds 15 to 25, gusts to 45 miles per hour and i don't want to overtalk the potential for some power outages and couple downed tree limbs and as a result there can be a scattered power outage and creating big time cold weather, very cold pattern. in fact, 2:00 p.m. where i frozen hour-by-hour wind chills, this is typically when we see the warmest temperatures of the day but what do i have in boston, wind chill of 15, feel like 88 in worcester, 11 in fitchburg, 12 in nashua, 13 norwood to plymouth and 16 in hyannisport, so raw day ahead. even right now in boston it says 25 on the thermometer and really feels like ten because of the winds. right now the winds at 22 miles per hour, stronger gusts, temperaturewise today this is important, temperaturewise we
most spots and i say that because with boston, lawrence, plymouth, all at 29 , framingham 28, worcester 24, keene 24 and even the cape and lower 30s we are not going to be able to melt that snow that dropped yesterday so if you haven't cleared off your driveway probably good idea to do that, mother nature not going to give you help with this one, upper 20s to the lower 30s and tomorrow patchy clouds, there could be period of overcast skies in there but again, slight chance we will see a flurry on thursday or friday, saturday day to watch because i got the weather system moving at the coast, in fact, nor'easter see morning and afternoon pretty wet out there, not distinguishing between the rain and the snow, there will be rain-snow line but a little too early to determine exactly where that will be but we are going to get kind of a mess on saturday between rain, wind and snow and
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>> sara: yesterday price of crude oil degreed at $30 a barrel, lowest price since 2003. at the pump it is at $2 a gallon. sara: rides to hospital in new york could come with car with fuzzy pink mustache. now using ride sharing program lyft to handle 10% of medical transports in new york city. national med tran arranges nonemergency medical transportation for people. lyft is looking to expand the pam into other cities. >> gene: stop & shop had recall for coffee syrup and both
bottles at cvs, rite aid and dollar general. gene: wal-mart recalling this kitchen appliance and rival griddle had shock hazard and can crack and water can get inside and involves grisles with model number xj14207 and sold between july and december 2015. >> sara: after 45 years sesame
street getting a face lift. the snow's new season begins on hbo instead of pbs. you will notice that big bird's nest went to a tree and oscar grouch will come from underground tunnel. >> sara: it is official the white house has joined snapchat. story from behind-the-scenes
of the dress and joe biden and first lady michelle made appearance and sony and bo were out on the white house lawn and president obama recently joined facebook. >> gene: online company zulilly expecting a hassle and instead the store told her to give the coat to someone that needed it and they would still refund her money. woman thought zulilly was joking but posted pick online and one of the top stories on the facebook page this morning. gene: totes need goats and volunteered to keep them warm with snuggles. farm in virginia put out ad for snugglers and needed them to keep baby goats warm in the winter so they say the response to this was overwhelming. used facebook to spread the
far to be the snugglers. >> sara: i would sign up to be a snuggler. >> gene: with goats? >> sara: yeah. >> gene: add sara to goat snuggling list. gene: live at scene where fire estimated to be in the thousands. >> shiri: watching flurries today through friday and saturday we got rain, snow, wind, got the timeline on the back check this out, bro. what's that, broheim? i switched to geico more savings on car insurance? yeah bro-fessor, and more. like renters insurance. more ways to save. nice, bro-tato chip. that's not all, geico has motorcycle
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january teen, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. before you head out to clean up the car, you better bundle up. storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear has look at the bitter cold that is only made worse by the winds, shiri. >> shiri: going to continue to feel uncomfortable, 26 in boston but look at winds sustained 18, gusting to 36 miles per hour and this is the result. wind chills or feels like temperature in the teens and singles, plymouth actually dropping down another degree, wind chill just 8 right now, same in fitchburg, six in worcester, nine in portsmouth, new hampshire, but we do have 13 in boston, 13 in beverly, 13 in hyannis and 12 in norwood. you know, at least couple degrees warmer but wind chills will stay almost static through the day. so even by lunch time still teens and singles, afternoon still teens and singles even though temperatures 25 to 30
you at live time traffic. >> julie: 195 in canton accident and right now seeing as that tow truck looks like they were about to pull one of those cars away, but see the left lane is blocked, so just the three right lanes are getting by and causing a bit of bottleneck situation. we have another accident on the expressway southbound right before victory road. as we shift north slow on 128 southbound pretty typical as you head through lexington. here are live drive times, 26 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 57 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 56 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: a scare in lowell as young family returns home to this. their apartment destroyed and now they are among the teen people looking for new place to live. >> gene: this morning cause is
look at damage for us, jess. >> jessica: i spoke to the adjustor a short time ago, he got here a couple minutes, and owner will be here in 15 minutes, going through and looking at some of the damage here we understand there's about $50,000 worth of damage. the home. here around six this morning as crews boarded up the windows in the back here and it does not appear that anyone was allowed back inside last night. fire chief says 13 people live in this four unit home, including couple with a six-week-old baby girl. safely though everyone did get out okay last night. the flames tore through the multifamily home on agawam street around 11:00 last night and apparently started on first floor and tore through two units and eventually up on to the roof fire chief says two days ago police actually got 911 call for domestic here at the same address and actually looking
incidents may be related. as for cause the fire department is still working on that but once again, the owner he is going to be here 15 minutes, going to be speaking with him and have another update coming up at the scene at 9:00. live here in lowell, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: also new this morning boston firefighter hurt while battling fire in mattapan. flames spotted around 6:30 last night. seven residents lived inside the triple-decker on cummins highway the top floor suffered the most damage. boston fire says one firefighter suffered minor burns and was treated at local hospital. >> gene: arrest at deadly hit and run in roslindale. 88-year-old woman hit by car in washington street near beech street and driver expected in court and police waiting to identify the woman until they can identify the victim's family boston two men recovering in the hospital after a four car crash. the accident happened near the statehouse at beacon street and
witness says it was a frightening ordeal. jeep drew into the section driving backward and hit a parked car and then hit a person pedestrian and driver of the jeep were taken to the hospital. no word whether the driver will face any charges. sunglasses promising development as iranian government releases ten government sailors that drifted into iranian waters yesterday. all nine men and one woman headed out before 4:00 this morning. more accrue and detention. >> daniel: showing them all together, associated press tweeted out before 7:00 this morning and want to show it to you now, from iranian state television, pictures of said to be of the sailors. in it you can see them sitting floor inside a room and there's also pictures of the boats they were on when they were detained. u.s. military also confirms the sailors have been freed.
patrol boats were trespassing yesterday in the persian gulf near major iranian naval base and pentagon says one of the boats had mechanical problems during a routine mission. the iranian government reported they were questioning the ten sailors about spying. the boats had illegally traveled more than a mile into iran antertory, spot where intelligence missions are common for the united states. this incident comes just days before the iran nuclear deal will be put into action. the u.s. is supposed to freeze $100 billion in iranian assets. sailors are back on american ship right now being checked out in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: 8:06. president obama following up final state of the union address by heading to the heartland and talks about the economic progress made during his administration and first step will be -- first stop will be in omaha, nebraska and tomorrow the president will head to baton
both areas have seen unemployment rates fall by 2%. last night the president said he has been inspired by the beliefs of americans from across the country. >> clear eyed, undaunted by challenge, optimistic and have the final word. >> south carolina governor nikki haley called on republicans to stand up for lower taxes, gun rights and appealing the affordable care act. >> sara: bombing at refugee camp killed ahmad's siblings and he lost both arms and yesterday he went to the state of the union address with seth moulton.
wants to be a doctor. another guest was rosenthal and gun violence prevention. ordinance exempt people over 60 from shoveling sidewalks and also exempt are people with disabilities. jackson tells the globe he got the idea from 80-year-old who was told him she was unable to shovel last winter. he says young people could be hired to shovel for residents over 60. >> gene: one after another tickets keep flying out of powerball machines as they
tickets everyday. fox 25 michael henrich live inside convenience store in methuen which is the largest retailer in the state and very busy today, michael. >> michael: number one lotto retailer in the bay state. take my word for it and told me sold 26,000 powerball tickets, substantial amount and there's powerball hysteria across the commonwealth and many having extra staff on hand and deal with the demand and peak sales times will likey be between five and seven this evening and realize coming home from work and running out of time to get the chance at $1.5 billion. people we spoke with this
are dreaming of prices big and small. >> not too optimistic, a lot of people playing. >> what would you do with $1.5 billion. >> buy work boots to start. >> michael: he says he would continue working, enviable thought. not all the money goes to the state and lottery commission. rollovers means $54 million in tickets sold. a lot of that goes to payouts but $23 million have gone to local aid because 42% of every dollar spent on local aid on lotto rather does go to local aid. coming up in 30 minutes how the powerball jackpot has got harder to hit in the last few months. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: watch numbers as
and have those tickets ready and good luck. >> julie: pike westbound, multi-vehicle crash right at 128 in weston and tell you how it is affecting drive times in a moment. here is shiri. >> shiri: three inches, 3.6 in hudson, new hampshire, groton mass at three inches of snow, close to that approximate worcester, lesser amounts norwood, boston less than half inch there, the next round of snow when to be ready for it when we come back. >> gene: dream come true for player in canton. put smile on everyone's face. >> sara: showed you busiest lotto retailer in the state. check out the luckiest.
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out what makes them so lucky. >> reporter: there's a method to
the madness and maybe another secret more powerful. >> this is the luckiest store in town. >> reporter: could where you buy your lottery tickets increase the chances? village square convenience in chelmsford had two huge winners within 6-month period. >> $5 million and couple weeks ago $4 million. >> reporter: not secret how many tickets they sell turn into winning tickets and people coming across to take the changes here. >> highest yet. >> that's a lot. >> not the way i pay. >> reporter: find out which massachusetts store had the most prices worth at least $10,000. >> every time i come in here i hear people hitting a million,
>> reporter: 31 jumbo payouts, most in the state. >> this is the best store. >> reporter: 29 prices salisbury 26 and one pattern
we noticed location. four of the stores near the new hampshire border. in fact, state line on the edge of the parking lot at dick's variety in salisbury. the owners tell us they get more customers from new hampshire because the prizes are bigger and new hampshire does not have keno. the lottery shows another pattern, stores with the highest sales volume have the most winners. top three on our list methuen and variety in salisbury ranked as one, two, three for the most lottery sales in the state and
seem luckier than others people admit it is about crazy odds. >> i hope for the best. >> reporter: robert goulston, fox25 news. >> sara: coverage extends online at myfoxboston.com and puts in data from the state lottery on every store that had a big payout, plus the stores
that had the most sales and largest dollar amounts of lottery winnings. >> gene: blow to the stolen valor act. judges from ninth circuit court of appeals overturned conviction of idaho man and judge based decision on 2012 u.s. supreme court ruling which said wearing metals is protected form of free speech. >> sara: oil prices continue
a barrel and lowest since 2003 and at the pump the low is at $2 a gallon. >> julie: 93 south still sluggish from medford down into somerville and 128 southbound pretty typical slowing there as you head through lexington and down to the pike. take look through brighton bumper-to-bumper as you head eastbound and that solar glare is very strong this morning. here are live drive times, 60 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave and 31 minutes on the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 31 minutes braintree split to the exit for the pike. fox25 storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear joining us and, shiri, you have been warning everyone about wind chill alert and we will feel like this today. wind chills really send the temperatures down.
term, just coming from me, wind chill alert because going to be cold and very blustery. cleaning up one to three inches of snow and will encourage you to make sure you cover as much as skin as possible and main focus of the forecast today, all day wind chills in the single digits and the teens. exactly where they stand right now. main snow moving on out and a little bit of cloud cover out toward central massachusetts, southwestern new hampshire and there we have also got potential for couple flurries, but seeing the nice bright sunshine in and around the boston area, plymouth at 23 right now but the wind chills are what's much, much cooler. so check it out, although plymouth at 23 , we got the 21 miles per hour wind, it feels like 8 there in boston, it is 26 but it feels like 13 . now, take you over to worcester where it is 20 and feels like six and let's wrap things up and let's say manchester, new hampshire where we do have
feels like temperature wind chill only 11 right now. so that's the kind of cold that we will be coping with all day. even though high temperature will make it into the upper 20s in plymouth, boston, beverly, portsmouth, new hampshire, 29 and 24 in worcester and in keene, even low 30s hyannis to chatham and because we are not above freezing, we are not going to see the snow melt. snow will stay exactly where it is. we got this windy set-up with the wind coming from the west, gusting as high as 45 miles per hour and i got a wind advisory until 5:00 p.m. and anticipate stronger gusts and wind chill in the teens all throughout the afternoon. and somewhere like worcester could see wind chills stuck under ten all day long and even though the wind really significantly die down by the time we hit thursday morning, because low temperatures are in the teens, we add just a little touch of wind on top of it and back to the single digit wishes as you wake up tomorrow morning,
thursday, but light today and only going to give us slight risk for a couple flurries out there. here is overnight lows, also known as wake-up temperatures tomorrow. tomorrow we get up to about 32 in and around the boston area, 7-day forecast for the weekend always in view. we got those thursday and friday flurries, but look at what we have for saturday, this is a gene request. patriots forecast here at gillette, rain, likely possibly some snow and gusty winds and looks like the whole rain-snow event here is actually going to be coming to an end late afternoon and evening and just left with sunday flurries. sunday pick of the weekend. back to you, gene. >> gene: looks sloppy for the start of that one. gene: remembering the toughest man he ever met.
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that? >> gene: only too close to the sun. everyone's eyes what is the giant thing in the sky. >> shiri: wind and wind chill big concern next 24 hours and even a couple morning flurries and break down the more prone locations next. >> catherine: patriots say
ground, bitter weather story now is the cold. you want to bundle up and brace out there. good morning, everybody, it is wednesday, january 13th, thank you for joining us. >> gene: shiri spear will let us know when we will warm up a little bit. >> shiri: tough to warm up today. today will be one of the really cold raw days, most of the snow totally done and lake effect snow showers making it into the berkshires and western massachusetts, i will have to keep an eye on that, flurries central mass and sustained winds 18 miles per hour boston and 21 in plymouth, 20 in portsmouth, new hampshire, 22 in orange and even stronger gusts than that, results feels like six right now in worcester, wind chill is
feeling like 14 and down to falmouth and wind chill is eight and 30 but all day weapons singles and teens, at 10:00 this morning, 25 , but it feels like 12. see some on and off clouds today, 13 your wind chill at noon and even though 3:00 p.m. we are looking toward the 30 degree reading, want you to go ahead and dress for 16 because that's how it is going to feel with the wind. wind is going to stay with us until 5:00 p.m. today before we start to see improvements. timeline on the next round of accumulating snow in a couple minutes. julie, let's send back over to you for check on roads. >> julie: accident on pike westbound right at 128 in weston and take look at map stretches all the way through newton now almost back into the allston-brighton area. things slow on 128 in northbound approaching the pike as well. so things still bit of a
on the expressway we have delays northbound and usual spot around morrissey boulevard now seeing southbound delays as well heading out of the city down the expressway, totally jammed in both directions as you past the gas tank. here are live drive times, seeing red, 54 minutes on pike to mass ave and 29 minutes on the expressway from the brant split to the pike and hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene and sara, back to you. >> sara: here it is, the big prize everyone is chasing today. one and a half billion dollars up for grabs in biggest lottery in american history. stores have been swamped for the past four days as people cash in with lucky numbers. michael henrich live in methuen and, michael, more people buy lottery tickets than anywhere else in the entire state. >> michael: sara, it is the number one retailer in massachusetts and steady stream
morning since they opened and that's going to continue to be the case. just yesterday they sold 26,000 powerball tickets. that's in one day. for the past week they have been selling about that much each and everyday, so powerball fever has eric hyman is hit methuen and surrounding areas as well and many convenience stores, lottery retailers staffing up today, bulking up staff and making sure they can handle added demand and expected lines that are sure to come throughout the day. many say the peak times will be between five and 7:00 this evening when folks are driving home and realizing last chance to get in on the point action. the owner of ted state line mobile says it has been pretty incredible to see over the past couple of weeks. >> daily basis has grown. last wednesday topped off and
and long long time. one to pine and one to 69 and harder to win the big prize. the number of powerball numbers, the red ball went down actually to one to 26 and that means it is a little bit easier to win some of the smaller prices and bit of tradeoff, all ponder chances next 12 hours or so as we countdown to the big drawing at 11:00 tonight. for now reporting live in methuen, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: this morning issues with several team members have everyone asking what is going on fox25 catherine parrotta live at gillette stadium this morning with the first mystery that surrounds patriots defensive star chandler jones. good morning.
patriots have said about the incident is simply chandler jones has returned to work, back to work monday morning, attended all the meetings and practices since then and still not commenting on exactly what happened surrounding the hospitalization over the weekend the patriots are confirming chandler jones admitted to the hospital sunday and released later that day. what happened before that is still unclear. according to the herald which refers to dispatch records, jones showed up at foxborough around quarter of eight sunday morning and evaluated by fire and ems before being transferred to norwood hospital. weei reported jones was out of sorts and partially dressed when he arrived at the police department and heavy.com posted audio last night claiming it is a police call from officer sent to secure jones' home. >> able to lock the front door and pass along the fire and
now. >> catherine: it is classified under massachusetts law. asked the police chief in foxborough and for now live in foxborough, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: patriots wondering what is going on with tight end rob gronkowski. gronk was only starter missing from practice. they didn't say why it was absent and head coach bill belichick not saying he how ended up with a black eye and shinier over left eye noticeable during yesterday's news conference and pats host the chiefs on saturday in playoff opener. >> sara: teenager shot by
critical condition and story breaking on the fox25 news 10:00 monday night. police say there was a shootout near the home and one of the bullets went through the wall and zach's father tells us by phone the family hoping for the best. >> sara: brockton police say there was a second shooting in the area earlier monday. >> gene: man wanted in violent attack at fall river convenience store now behind bars. the suspect jose sanchez officer recognized by the video and charged with armed robbery and assault. gene: surveillance picture from the store that the store
the owner of cindy's diamond and jewelry gallery posted man stole 2-carat diamond and first time it has been robbed in 24 years. >> sara: former new hampshire emt who killed a college student appealing. seth mozulia luring lizzi marriott. they filed the appeal yesterday and state has month to respond. local family trying to keep a convicted killer locked up. 33-year-old corinne flynn was raped and killed in 1999 in home in hyde park. her killer area old crave seeking patrol for the second time. after apologizing to flynn's family.
don't believe them. >> definitely shows the personality. >> gene: lawyer for comedian bill cosby will return in massachusetts. cosby wants evidence for civil case against him kept confidential and tv star sexually assaulted him and cosby's attorneys claims he has invasive and intimate details about him and cosby also faces criminal charges in pennsylvania where a woman claims she was sexually assaulted by cosby in 2004. >> sara: state senator brian joyce is democrat from milton. he is accused of receiving tens of thousands of dollars in free dry cleaning from randolph and fox25 senator joyce took
governor baker is the ethics committee needs to look into this. >> unusual this to exist between elected official and private citizen. >> sara: price of legal services far exceeding any dry cleaning he was offered. into the 40s for the islands and here is thing, going to get stronger for here and winds around the boston area gusting
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the same neighborhoods. homeowners were sleeping sunday night. some of the graffiti is too obscene to show. 30 homes were spray-painted in the same neighborhood in august. this time the vandals even wrote we are back, homeowners are rattled.
the same neighborhood both times. >> police offering $1,000 reward to lead to arrest and business owner donated reward money.
>> gene: breaking news out of dorchester where police investigating a deadly hit and run. happened corner of washington street and harvard avenue and still a very active investigation there. police tell us adult male was killed. no word yet on person's identity but witnesses say a minivan fled the scene. this is the third accident involving pedestrian in the next 24 hours. woman hit last night in roslindale and bring the very latest information as soon as we get it. >> sara: crash happened on i-89 in warner, new hampshire during last night's messy commute. the state trooper was pulled over helping another car. when police say the truck was
truck had a canadian license plate. sara: two people in the hospital after
a crash that tied up the morning rush hour for hours. they were involved in wrong-way crash on route 128 in lexington. we followed it as breaking news yesterday morning. traffic was backed up for miles for two and a half hours. 27-year-old dracut man and 20-year-old wayland woman was involved and still not clear which one of the cars was driving the wrong way. >> shiri: >> julie: look at pike and slowing east and westbound through allston-brighton area and expressway head from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. new accident right here as cloverleaf, that's in addition to the delays we are seeing on 93 as you head from medford into somerville. 128 southbound sluggish as you head from burlington through lexington and then down to the pike.
those live drive times coming up in just a few minutes. first, here is shiri with look at forecast, and those winds and wind chills
still problematic today. >> shiri: all day long. that's the ongoing story. biggest weather threats, if you will. wind and wind chills, this is what you need to dress for, make sure you're covering your skin because what it feels like now is how it is going to feel all afternoon long. there's threat for a few flurries out there, really want to down play this a little bit, i can see central or western mass or southwestern new hampshire getting in on few of those but we are not going to see much in the way of any kind of additional accumulation over the next couple days. just a couple flurries out there we have beautifully cleared out across eastern mass, this is future cast today which highlights sunshine, some scattered clouds and where we get the clouds, yeah, potential for couple of snowflakes going to back things up a second here. wind advisory goes until 5:00 this afternoon and that's for the very gusty winds, west winds sustained 15 to 25, gusting to
you will absolutely notice the wind if you're running errands today both in the car, how the wind can kind of grab your steering wheel a little bit, so you want to get good grip on the steering wheel and also the cold factor that it is going to add to the forecast. usually 2:00 p.m. when we see the warmest temperatures of the day this time of the year, but the warmest wind chills i'm able to give you 13 in boston, 12 in beverly and norwood, 13 in plymouth, nine in portsmouth, new hampshire, seven in worcester, four in orange and teens down to the cape and islands. just goes to show how cold it is going to be even now 26 in boston, mostly sunny but wind chill is 13 , that's why i say what you dress for now what you're dressing for all afternoon. temperatures also don't crack freezing which means we are not going to see last night snow melt any time soon. 29 this afternoon from plymouth to boston up to lawrence, portsmouth, new hampshire at about 30 , we got middle 20s in worcester, orange and keene,
30s down across the cape and islands. tomorrow back up 32 , partly cloudy and slight risk for flurry either thursday or friday, a lot less wind around. by saturday a mix of rain and snow and wind with nor'easter still determining where we get the rain-snow line and saved on saturday evening and sunday flurries and take look at patriots forecast. back to you guys. >> sara: mark zuckerberg causing a firestorm online. photo of new daughter that led to thousands of angry replies. >> daniel: restaurant workers go into a frenzy when they check
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the student has cats at home and writes stories at spare time. she says she was blown away by what her teacher said before it started. >> she sid if you black cat, pick a white cat to dissect. i said that doesn't change anything. there's still a cat. >> sara: school says the course is elective and students do not wish to dissect animals instead. >> gene: mark zuckerberg put this shot with baby daughter and caption doctors visit time for vaccinations. as you can imagine and zuckerberg responded writing vaccines work and are important for the health of everyone in our community. >> sara: virginia woman using a hobby to help save her life. woman has autoimmune disease
hoping to sell the quilted creations what she needs for double lung transplant. >> take it out like this and don't burn your hand. >> sara: woman will continue to make the bowls until goes into surgery and daughter started a gofundme site. >> gene: young couple forced out into cold with newborn and live investigation into the fire that left them with no place to go. >> shiri: much better chance for rain, snow or wind once we hit the timeline saturday. >> sara: local woman bought a coat online and just wasn't going to work out. response she got when she tried
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