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now at 10:00 the latest track of this developing nor'easter and who will see the wovt of the ice, rain and snow. a 5-year-old walks right out of class and the building. >> it's unacceptable because it just shows you that the school just isn't paying attention to the kids. >> reporter: the surprising admission from the school. plus, a suspected con artist inspired by hollywood the way he was finally tracked down. and in the middle of a public meeting a comment made about shooting children. >> i would hide and sometimes -- the end of that sentence that has parents outraged. >> announcer: this is storm tracker fox 25 weather alert. >> we're on a fox 25 weather alert as you just hearted. a nor'easter is bearing down on us and it's bringing rain and snow. good evening everyone i'm vanessa welch. >> and bob ward. fox 25 chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz is in the storm tracker weather center with the timeline three of storm. kevin.
expected friday night is not a problem it will be an issue especially early in the morning, slippery conditions that's why the winter weather advisory expecting a little bit of an icy mix. at least at the on set here in massachusetts especially beyond 128 but even more especially 495. just clouds right now but there's the storm center. and it's really gotten together pretty nicely. it's curling up the coastline. but i will push some warm air in here out ahead of it. this is going to be a predominantly rain event here in southern new england. the rain moving in during the 4:00 hour especially. you see some different colors in there because the mixing is going on the northern fringe three of storm. but notice how more blue and purple starts to show. you are going to have to go farther north and west of worcester really to find any significant accumulating snow that will continue into the mountains. good news for the holiday
we'll have the latest information coming in right now. calculating the numbers give you an idea of what you can expect and how much rain you can expect, too. >> all right, kevin. our weather team will be tracking the storm overnight. so wake up with the fox 25 morning team. jason, heather and blair will have the latest on weather and traffic conditions. we get started at 6:00 a.m. foch. >> reporter: breaking tonight a hingham marine one of the 12 marines missing after a helicopter crash in hawaii. news of that crash breaking on fox 25 morning news and at 6:00 we learned a local man was involved. all new at 10:00, fox 25's erica richie is ling in hingham tonight with what she found out about that marine, erica. >> reporter: well, vanessa. we're told by those who know him his name is christopher orlando a 2011 graduate of -- a twern graduate of hingham high school here in town. the flags have been replaced with a blue star flag which
their missing marine. there he is christopher orlando. he joined the military two years after graduating from high school here in hingham following a two year college stint that's what long-time friend kevin told me tonight as he was still coming to terms with the fact that the kid he grew up with, the kid he played baseball and hockey with was involved in this military helicopter collision off the coast of hawaii earlier today. the aircraft was take thing part in a nighttime training mission when they collided and went down. right now an extensive search and rescue effort is underway as a two mile debris field is combed. back here in hingham, i'm told that orlando again attended two years of college before joining the military. he said he was so excited about being stationed in surf. he says he spent some time u his family spent in time tonight.
they are desperately holding out hope that their son, their brother will be found and will be okay. again at this time he and the other 11 who he was with are still missing and that search is going on again we'll have more on this starting tomorrow morning on the fox 25 news. for now live in hingham, erica richie, fox 25 news. boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev has been denied a new trial and will have to pay more than $101 million in restitution to his victims. the amount laid out in an 11 page document that we've be obtained. the restitution is divided between unnamed victims for certain amounts with the rest of the money going to the massachusetts victims compensation fund once the victims have been paid. now the payouts range from $8.1 million, all the way down to $120. we're told that money would be taken from any funds raised on his behalf and then distributed among the victims. a 5-year-old girl walked right out of school.
-- speaking to fox 25 tonight. our jim morelli is in roxbury. jim a frightening situation for that mother? >> reporter: first came fear, vanessa, then came anger. this all started when a teacher asked to speak privately with this 5-year-old and asked her to step outside the classroom. let's just say that little girl took those teacher's instructions to the extreme. >> i went to the park and then i went home. >> reporter: these 5 years old weighs not even 50 pounds but today little rain givens raised awareness about a glaring security issue at this boston public school by walking out of school in the middle of the day. >> unacceptable because it just shows you that the school just doesn't pay attention to the kids. >> reporter: rain was in gym class in dorchester when she says the teacher asked her on to step outside the classroom. so she did literally. walking through these doors and into the park next door. >> and the fact she's out without a coat it was chilly. >> it was very cold outside. without a coat.
people sitting in the dark drinking and dug doing a whole bunch. anybody could have took her. >> reporter: both sides agree rain did walk away from the school. the main point of disagreement seems to be how long she was gone. the school says it was about a five minute absence. mom and neighbor who discovered rain outside says it was more like 20. fox 25 obtained a statement from boston public schools it read in part it is very disconcerting that this student demonstrated a weak -- weakness in the school's safety procedure. with a camera in her face rain mainly wanted to know tonight was she in trouble? no says her mom, but she could have been. >> i told the principal i don't feel comfortable with her even attending this school. because y'all don't keep an eye on children. >> reporter: now you may wonder how rain was actually able to slip away. apparently what happened was she went out into the hallway ahead of the teacher. the teacher got delayed in that little space of time she was able to slip out the door. coming up at 11:00, we'll
actually found rain. live in roxbury, jim morelli, fox 25 news. questionable but not out. we learn rob gronkowski's official status for saturday's game. we can see number 87 on the field tomorrow. >> rob gronkowski listed as questionable for the patriots on their final injury report today. this after having limited work and practice today. it has been a long week for gronk. limited at practice on wednesday. out on thursday. plus, there were reports that 87 received an injection into his bad knee. so we will see tomorrow the long list of patriots on the injury report is nothing new. 12 total players were listed as questionable and thankfully tom brady was not one of them. his ankle is good enough to be probable. but you have jewels edelman and his foot but from chatting with him he will definitely play. dante high to youer who has
listed as questionable and i believe both will play. out. i have more on the patriots as they look to snap the chiefs 11 game winning streak tomorrow. brian salman, fox 25 news. >> fox 25's coverage of the pats game starts on the fox 25 morning news starting at 6:00 a.m. we'll have complete post game coverage on the fox 25 "sportswrap". questions still remain tonight about whether patriots player chandler jones got special treatment by the foxborough police department this week. jones was dropped off at the station sunday morning requesting medical assistance. police chief ed o'leary also does some work for gillette stadium. and fox 25 found that the chief's yearly salary is $147,000. he also gets another $34,000 from an unnamed third party vendor. a statement released yesterday said there was no conflict of interest. >> breaking news tonight, a sex assault suspect has been arrested. the video is accused of sexually assaulting a woman
dorchester. police found the victim unconscious the 22-year-old is charged with rape. a disturbing crime landing a local man behind bars. police say 45-year-old thomas sheian of quincy pretended to be a groveland woman on an all adult website. she talked to people on that website about their interest in kidnapping, raping and torturing the woman and her family. attorney general mamara healy we allege that this defendant took this woman and her family in grave danger by impersonating her on-line posting photos of mother and her children and then communicating with strangers who sought to do personal harm. a transport driver is in custody tonight accused of driving around three young brockton students while under the influence of drugs and alcohol. police responded to a crash this morning on shay memorial drive and route 18 in weymouth. officers say william drummy of quincy was driving three people in his cab when he crashed into another car.
to taking a prescription sedative and a half empty bottle of whiskey was also found in the can. driven off the road. a local mom telling us tonight that the person who did this to her car is still out there. and as fox 25 stephanie tells us this victim is certain that driver did it on purpose. >> i just kept thinking like 90% of the time there are kids in the back seat. >> reporter: this mother of two didn't want to show her face on camera but says she's speaking out about her terrifying experience to warn other drivers. she says last night around 10:30 a white s.u.v. drove up behind her here in dracut. >> it shot up as fast as it could and hit the back of my car like dead on in the middle very intentionally. >> she says because of the force she lost control of her minivan and flew into a tree. right here behind me you can see some of those tire tracks of the minivan right before it slammed right into this tree and take a look,
here scattering the ground. you can still see some of the car paint right here on the tree. when dracut police fire responded after seeing the damage, one officer told her she's lucky to be alive. >> had my car gone like two inches to the right or two inches to the left i would have gone like right into an eight foot ditch. >> reporter: dracut police told us they are investigating this hit-and-run. they've located the white s.u.v. and have identified the owner but are still looking into what was behind the wheel. they say once they, do they'll determine what charges that person will face. for this mother, she's thankful all she suffered were injuries do neck, back and knee but is -- >> i just think that everybody's good you know deep down and i can't, i can't personally fathom why someone would hit me like that. parents in one community outraged tonight after an elected official makes a comment about shooting
>> i was shaking i was so angry that someone would think this was an appropriate thing to say. ahead in the next 30 minutes what sparked that wild comment. and another big selloff today on wall street. the reason the expert we spoke to says you shouldn't be worried about it. tracking that storm at the coast tonight. it looks like it's coming a little closer to the shorelines. let you know what that means for us and where the heaviest rain and snow is going to fall.
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we continue on fox 25 weather alert tonight's. in 45 minutes a weather winter weather advisory will go into effect. kevin is tracking it right now who's getting the snow just a few minutes. tonight be fox 25 investigates uncan covers the cause of a house fire that erupted
as police took down the man here at the center of a strandoff on christmas day. that fire has been under investigation ever since tard onment soer street in everett. fox 25's with the evidence that points back to police. >> this charred and boarded up house on somer street in everett a reminder of the chaotic end to a six hour standoff on christmas. fox 25 was live as police took down 53-year-old mark at the same time flames burned through the house where he was holed up all day. in the moments after the standoff, everett police
possibility that anything fired from squad officers could have started the fire. nonflammable. the canisters that we use were nonflammable. >> reporter: yet the state fire marshal investigation says it was in fact the fuse on a pepper spray device landed near a couch in a cluttered room of the house that started the fire. youtube video demonstrates the use of so-called similar to what police say was used. >> reporter: houses are so close together this could have been a real disaster. so, it's really sad, it really is. >> reporter: firefighters kept the flames from spreading to other houses and no one was seriously hurt. neighbors here say they're satisfied with how police responded, even if starting a fire was unintentional. >> i appreciate what everyone tried to do for the situation because it really got out of hand. >> they had to do what they had to do and that's that. >> now i just spoke with the everett police chief.
thinks those pepper spray devices malfunctioned but the chief says he can't comment until there's a final report from investigators. as for the suspect he remains in jail on gun-related charges. erik rasmussen, fox 25 news. new at 10:00, a jeep flipped over into some trees and police say the teenage driver also had can drugs in the car. dunn barton, new hampshire police say the 17-year-old from ware lost control on an icy corner yesterday and flipped. police say they found drug and tobacco products in the car. tonight that teen is facing possession charges and also suffered a minor injury. parents in west boylston demanding more information after a teacher was removed from the middle high school for what's being called improper behavior towards a student. now fox 25 broke the news of a criminal investigation last night. the superintendent sent an e-mail alert to parents saying police are involved. now fox 25 has is not identifying the teacher because police have not filed any charges. parents say the teacher
special needs. >> he does a lot with the kids and for the kids. he's a wonderful guy. so, i mean, i think he's getting a raw deal. >> it is very troubling because they're teachers they're supposed to be held to a higher standard. >> fox 25 reached out to the west boylston police chief, the superintendent and the d.a.'s office but we got no response today. struggling schools in south bridge may soon be taken over by the state. education commissioner mitchell chester revealed today that the district is being downgraded to a level 5. that means the district is chronicly underperforming. now factors include low academic performance, low graduation rates and unstable leadership. lawrence and holyoke are the only other districts receivership. state investigators are looking for someone they say made a false bomb threat at nearly a dozen area schools. >> it's a story we've been following since 5:00. new at 10:00 fox 25 has learned that that threat
similar hoaxes in maryland and washington, d.c. or kathryn burcham is live in bourne tonight where police remained on campus even after they cleared the threat. kathryn? >> reporter: that's right, bob. now although a lot of the schools do receive those threats decided to cancel athletic events for the evening. the planned basketball games here went on as scheduled, although there was an extra police detail to calm worried parents. >> reporter: there's always some extra nerves in the seconds before the buzzer sounds to start but tonight at bourne high school the pregame jitters came at higher stakes. >> i guess it was nerve-racking. >> 14-year-old dan plays on the wareham vikings his school was not one of the 10 schools shut down today when a bomb threat came in but he was affected all the game. >> i was sitting here and i texted him i said why can't you get in the school. >> reporter: the game was
buses while a state police k-9 unit swept the school. police sources tell fox 25 at bourne and other schools a robocall was made simultaneously to administrative offices claiming a device was left in the schools and set to explode in 30 minutes. >> i think they have to take these things serious because we never know that might be part of the plot to get people then something could happen. >> reporter: fox 25 has learned that the f.b.i. and state police are now investigating the threats possible link to similar incidents today in maryland and washington, d.c. for students at every school that was evacuated, shut down early, or searched, it was a frustrating end to the week. >> i don't see how they think it's funny or anything why they would cause this much of a problem. >> as for the person responsible a course close to the investigation tells me it will likely be difficult to track them down. that's because investigators
were likely preprogrammed possibly through a computer. they say those calls can then be routed through a maze of different i.p. addresses some even from different countries. live in bourne, i'm kathryn burcham, fox 25 news. united states hitting isis hard tonight. 15 minutes from now the reason this building was so important in the fight against terror. but first, the surprising advice from a financial expert when it comes to nightmares -- the nightmare start of the year on wall street. cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies
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the people you see here pretty much the only ones clapping after more big losses on wall street today. the dow jones industrial average dropping nearly 390 points. mainly because the price of oil continues to drop. a barrel is now under $30 for the first time since 2003. even though wall street is off to a horrible start in the new year a financial expert we spoke to says you shouldn't
worry at least not yet. >> we're talking about the 1%. the kind of people who their primary income is coming from capital. but for most of us that will be listening to this program what you're seeing is your
really matters and from that perspective the economy continues to be really healthy. >> the nasdaq and s&p 500 also finished well into the red
today. and as we mentioned we have not seen oil prices this low since 2003. back then the average price of gas was $1.56 a gallon. the number one movie was lord of the rings and of course the new england patriots won their second super bowl. three people suspected of credit card fraud are under arrest tonight and police believe they used skimming devices on gas pumps to do it. police were tipped off to three suspicious men buying large amounts of gift cards in hudson today. when police officers pulled them over the men threw several cars out the window. officers are still looking for these two suspects you see in the surveillance video. if you recognize them contact police. hundreds of store closures worldwide. tonight wal-mart saying the move will put thousands of people out of work. today we learned at least two of those stores are in massachusetts.
first ever mass closing on friday with 269 stores worldwide closing its doors. 154 are in the united states, about 10,000 u.s. employees will be impacted. now the stores closing in massachusetts are the sam's clubs in sea scponk fall river, both rhode island and connecticut are also losing a store each. police making a shocking drug discovery after arresting a new hampshire man for driving under the influence. police were called to the parking lot of the wal-mart in keene for reports that jesse dennis, you see him here, was hitting shopping carts with his car. while officers found dennis' car, they then warned him to be careful of chemicals he was using to cook meth. dennis is now facing felony charges. keep an eye out for door-to-door scammers. boston city councillor tim mccarthy posting that to his facebook. that men are knocking on doors in the rebuild section of hyde park claiming they're with eversource.
for a copy of your bill. if you see them just contact boston police. leonardo dicaprio he's quite the actor ahead at 10:00 the local police department not accused by someone he apparently inspired. if you have a storm creeping up the coast it's taking a more sideways track rather than going well out
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new at 10:00 a budget committee member banned from all school property all because of two sentences that has turned the town of hampstead, new hampshire, upside down. >> that's true be, it could happen. >> reporter: that's budget committee chair at a meeting last night acknowledging the possibility of an active shooter targeting hampstead, new hampshire, central school. school board members raised concerns about the safety of students who have to walk in and out of the building to the portable classrooms outside. that's one citing his marine corps training explained how he would execute a mass shooting. >> i would wait till recess. i would hide in the woods
an absurd situation -- >> no. >> reporter: parents are outraged and say there would have been serious consequences if a student had said it. >> he would be kicked out of school so fast and the school would be shut down. we wouldn't take it lightly. >> as a parent i was shaking i was so angry that someone would think this was an appropriate thing to say. >> reporter: immediately following that statement the superintendent was flooded with calls and e-mails from concerned parents. >> i can't for the life of me think of any reason someone would put our children at risk with comments like that. >> reporter: hampstead, new hampshire, police issued him a no are trespassing order banning him from school grounds. >> we're take the appropriate steps. >> i don't think you should be holding any public office. >> well sense mesa is an electioned official it will be up to the town to decide what happens moving forward
new at 10:00 the u.s. hitting isis right in the wallet. take a look at this declassified bomb videoing from a bombing raid. the bombs hit the building in the center of the screen and then as the smoke clears you can see a lot of cash fluttering in the air. the u.s. central command says they've hit several other cash stores recently. isis needs the money to pay the fighters and to recruit new ones. the army says it will not decide right now about whether to award sergeant bo bergdahl medals for his time in captivity. bergdahl is accused of walking off his base in afghanistan in 2009. he was later captured by a taliban affiliate group and held for five years until the u.s. negotiated his release. bergdahl was eligible for a prisoner of war medal and a purple heart. the army says it will make a decision after bergdahl is court-martialed. starting at 11:00 tonight the precipitation isn't going to come probably until 2:00 in the morning.
what it means for all of you out there tonight and into tomorrow. just clouds over us right now starting to see some showers approaching southern new england. a lot of dry air over us though so these showers won't make it in here directly. look where it's coming off the coast here right off the virginia coastline from norfolk that means it's coming a little closer to the shoreline. any time a storm does that it brings even more warm air farther north in new england. and that means less of a chance of snow and ice. that's certainly some good news if you don't like that kind of precipitation. here's the storm center tonight coming just southeast of nantucket. it's still far enough away you're not going to get a direct hit. let's go in a little more closely and find that rain through the monk hours. if you remember at 5:00 and 6:00 if you were along for the ride you know that initial precipitation was setting in up here with some icing. it's farther north along the massachusetts border that's
to be with this first patch -- batch of precipitation. temperatures will be at or just below freezing. as the storm gets closer to us they will push that warm air on in here. yes there's still some snow back here but it's going to be very elevation dependent. the air above us is mostly cold enough for snow at least at the beginning and certainly on the back side of the storm system. there's the snow in southern vermont again in the elevation. you can really tell its elevation by what's happening in western vermont. see that rain getting into the valley location coming in off of the green mountain. the mountains have the snow the valley locations do not. here in southern new england same idea. southern vermont into the berkshires not anywhere else tomorrow morning. so a little bit of icing possible at the very on set north of the pike. in massachusetts. but it would just be some spotty icing the way it looks to me right now then
the back side of the storm. by 3:30 just about done with this. and certainly by 4:30, 5:00 we have no rain around or snow or anything so the patriots game no issues paul for that. in fact clearing during the course of the game. here's some expecting for snow totals. i pushed this back a little bit right along 495. with town two inches in that strike in here for that snow that can can form especially on the back side of this system. it's back here in the elevations we'll keep it at three on six inches. perhaps the northern worcester hills getting as many as three inches. no doubt we're getting a storm. the question still remain what kind of precipitation how much you will be getting. rain looks like a guarantee to have some heavy stuff especially in southeastern massachusetts taking you past noon time over half an inch. here are your threats. rain a high threat from this one. snow a moderate threat.
ice a moderate threat and again north of the pike north and west of interstate 495. temperatures tell the story in the 40s here in southern new england. but only freezing back here in manchester, fitchburg into worcester as well. here's the seven-day in view. there it is temperature 41 on average tomorrow colder north and west. warmer to the southeast. on sunday some light snow showers especially on the cape in the afternoon and around on monday but that won't be anything that will be a big storm the way it looks right now. latest information coming in highlight at 11:00. >> the l kevin we'll see you in just a bit. the coast guard jumping into action today off the coast of cape cod. stay tuned for the fox 25 news at 11:00. the life-threatening problem on board a fishing boat that sent coast guard members into the rescue. but still ahead at 10:00 the seizure in the middle of an eye exam. unanswered. >> first they called from their answer no answer. i dprald my cell phone again no answer.
a fight outside of a local restaurant ending with one man hospitalized with stab wounds. police were called to the parking lot of the janes
steakhouse in other worcester early norng they were called there for the report of a fight. a 29-year-old man was rushed to the hospital with stab wounds. he is in serious but stable condition tonight. 29-year-old brian o'dell of brighton was arrested and charged with the stabbing. a convicted child rapist who's also the prime suspect in the disappearance of a lawrence boy is trying to get out of prison. 68-year-old wayne chapman is trying to convince a suffolk county jury that he's no longer sexually dangerous and he should be released. chapman has spent years in prison in various cases he's
100 young boys. in court the prosecutor played a recording of a call chapman recently made from prison to a level three sex offender in maine. a jury may get this case on tuesday. to the race for the white house and marco rubio hosting a town hall today in new hampshire. the florida senator fresh off the south carolina debate stage last night speaking voters about foreign policy before he got this question from a 13-year-old. >> could you elaborate on your plan to change the affordability of higher education. >> holy smokes. [applause] >> this young dude is thinking ahead. >> rubio went on to say his plan for college affordability is to encourage competition between schools and career counseling for anyone looking to take out student loans. >> smart kid. can you imagine. a new study finding more people are moving out of massachusetts from warmer climates. >> the study was conducted
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we are on a fox 25 weather alert. in just 15 minutes a winter weather advisory will go into effect as a nor easter moves into the area. now kevin is continuing to fine-tune the timeline his next update in the next 10 minutes. living on lies. police say this man posed as a wounded veteran. in reality he's a convicted felon. >> fox 25's robert goldsston went to cambridge where this case started and learned that even the veteran's office fell for the scam. >> reporter: jeremy wilson avs convicted felon he just got out of federal prison but police say he left that part as he conned his way across cambridge. >> bronze star, purple heart. talked about an explosion, 12 people eight of his friends died. >> reporter: the cage bridge director of veterans affairs remembers the day jeremy wilson walked into his office. claiming to be a wounded homeless veteran who even had medical documents supporting his story of surviving a bomb blast.
because he has scars on his head. >> reporter: using all sorts of bogus i.d.s and records police say wilson was able to secure a veterans benefits check. police say he also conned his way into a brand new bmw and an $8,000 a month corporate apartment claiming he was an airline executive. >> we're talking about a major proposal con man here. >> reporter: wilson just out of federal prison in november after serving a sentence for a similar charges. within a month they say he was right back at it here in cambridge. police say he was even able to cash about $70,000 in counterfeit checks. he also stole personal computers from m.i.t., and used personal information off of them. police believe wilson picked the m.i.t. area because of the access to information but his game plan had another motivation as well. a movie. >> i'd like to cash this check here. >> you did acknowledge that an inspiration for him is the actor that leonardo dicaprio plays in catch me if you can. >> reporter: in the movie
cons his way into a fortune. wilson was captured this week in new york after cambridge detectives, federal officials and nypd tracked him can down. >> on personal level as a veteran it's deplorable and very upsetting. >> reporter: cambridge police do plan to prosecute their case but they have to wait in line because the feds and new york also have cases. 9-1-1 callers not able to get through and police say it's because the dispatcher was busy ordering lunch a man had a seizure inside of a florida eye doctor's office and someone called 9-1-1 but the phone rang for several minutes with no answer. an internal investigation from the sheriff's office found the dispatcher was on the other line for eight minutes ordering food. >> let me have one slice of pizza and a lunch special and a pizza lunch special coke.
special two pep ronas and a coke. >> well, the man who had the seizure eventually regained consciousness and was okay. police say the dispatcher admitted her mistake and she was written up. star wars is the hottest thing in the world right now one of the series biggestville ans decided to let go of the dark -- biggest villains decided to let go of the darkside for a little boy in nebraska. >> reporter: it's not often the entire second grade gets pulled out of class. but today is a special day. by the look on his face it's safe to say he was shocked to see these guys. about you the when they asked him to come up. >> i was like what's in that box. >> what do you think. >> reporter: in the box his new arm alvin has lived his entire life without one. as alvin put it on for first time his friends could hardly wait sight. eventually they would all get up and meet darth vader
the school. the rest of the school empties into the hall way. students are lining the halls all jockeying for a look at alvin, his arm and his new friend. >> i don't have words to say how excited i am. >> reporter: for his mom the smile he beams as the sixth grader's chance is named it's all priceless. >> he knows that i love him the way he is and i always tell him papi don't let anyone else tell you why you can and cannot do it. >> reporter: if nothing else alvin learned he can excite his entire school but he says there's more to come. >> reporter: his first first bump with that right hand. one day he's hoping to write it with too. for now he just has to plan for the next few days of school. >> i'm going to wear it tomorrow. >> reporter: the bionic arm was created by limitless solutions a nonprofit based out of the university of central florida.
byonic arms and gives them away at no charge to children. the dreams of many people in this country actually coming true for at least three winning ticket holders in the record-setting powerball jackpot. and that includes one tennessee couple. john and lisa robinson bought one of the three winning powerball tickets. the robinsons first announced their win on tv this morning and it was confirmed by the lotto commission later in the day. the pair went to the tennessee lottery headquarters to claim the prize. lisa robinson describes the moment she realized they hit it big. hallway screaming and crying and i said you got to check the numbers. he woke up in a dead sleep so he's all startled. what, what. what. >> he's awake now two. other winning tickets were sold in california and in florida. so that $1.5 billion jackpot will be split between all three winners. the other winners have not yet come forward. returning now to our top story a nor'east better to hit and kevin lemanowicz has been tracking this all night.
line you've been talking about is it moving any further east. no, just the opposite, bob. it looks like it's moving farther to the west. so we have the winter weather advisory starts up at 11:00 just minutes from now continues through the day tomorrow. burt that says slippery conditions at the john set as well as the snow that will form. here is the storm. if it comes this way you're still way out to see if it comes out this way it brings more warm air in. it looks like it's moving in this direction. it will come close to nantucket or just offshore of nantucket to the southeast and it bears out with our future cast model data. because this first batch of rain looks like it's farg to the north now. there's some freezing rain in here as well right up against 495 and right into northern worcester county in the very beginning. then the heavier bands of rain start to come on in there. will be some gusty winds in southeastern massachusetts on the back side and in the elevations especially it will snow but you really
get the snow going with the accumulations back up to six inches. in southern new hampshire three to six inches. more detailed look at the timeline and the amounts coming up at 11:00. a 5-year-old finds a way out of school and all the way home alone. ahead in the fox 25 news at 11:00 the answers her mom is demanding from the school tonight. >> plus, we met one of the marines missing after two helicopters collided in with a ha what is from hingham. still to come in sports b.c.'s gary york goes for win number 1,000 while the bruins attempt to get on track in buffalo. plus, the celtics go for two
four of their last five but i will go ahead and keep the glass half full. phoenix at the garden really tonight it's all about marcus smart the steal. smart has two on the night. marcus had a career high the facilitator that's what i'm calling him. he finds kelly o'lennox with a team high. that's a good precision. celtics are up 21 now and you know isiah thomas had to get in on that action. shooting 19 points for him but it was all about marcus smart. nice move. 10 points 11 rebounds. 11 assists. he messed around and got himself a triple double. the second win in a row for the celtics. now, they're twins. buffalo, the sabres and the bruins in this one. how about the lions in the house watching a little bit of hockey. second period matt gets number eight. more importantly ties the game up at one for the
azdeno chara does what he does. 2-1 the bruins are up. i just call him spoon. ryan spooner some fancy sceapting. 3-1 the bruins bruins would add another winch 4-1. 33 saves on the night. b.c., b.c., b.c. and b.u. still in search of 1,000 he's sitting at 998. looking back and forth, back and forth austin evens things up with the penalty shot. going up 2-1. then tying the game at 3-3 on the power play late in the third period. thank goodness for ian says the eagles. ian scores twice late in the third. two minutes apart and b.c. wins this thing 5-3. the legend jerry york is now sitting at 999. >> i'm not involved in that you know, we've always talked about egos and you know playing as a team. that's why i coach a team
early part of my career i didn't think i would get to 37. so it's just numbers. >> come on give yourself credit. now thankfully football games aren't played on paper if they were i would be remiss if i didn't say tomorrow's playoff game versus k.c. who has won 11 straight is going to be really, really tough because of injuries. most notably rob gronkowski who missed practice yesterday and had an injection into that knee and was better today to be limited at practice. gronk has battled knee and back trouble this past week. but the pats says 12 players officially listed as questionable tom brady is not one of them. probable after recovering from a high ankle sprain. julian edelman, chand lore jones and dante high tower in his bum knee. now one of the most consistent players for the patriots is making his play off debut tomorrow. he has eight sacks a season and also hiked -- hyped
>> it's do or die. it's like you win or you go home. it's kind of nervous when you think by the like that. i'm excited to go out there and play football go. out there and watching football for so long. then last week now we get a chance to go out there and play. >> i'm excited, too. coming up at 11:00 be, dana white was in the building. stick around, folks. now at 11:00 the latest track in right now on this nor'easter that passes by us tomorrow with rain, ice and snow. >> the search for drivers continues right now after two military temperatures collide in hawaii. new tonight what we're learning about a board. a handful of bomb threats force evacuations in schools all over our area. the f.b.i. is involved. the connections those threats all share in common. and a 5-year-old told to stand alone outside of gym class. >> i wasn't went to the park then i went home. >> only on fox 25 what happened before and what happened next that has that mother really fired up.