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>> sara: i'm sara underwood. ros are still slippery and team coverage of the storm to get safely to work on time. michael henrich is live in rockland where they could see up to a half of foot of snow there. we begin with jason brewer esin the storm tracker weather center when the snow could stop. >> jason: one or two heavier bands to get through along the south shore anywhere in the city and northward and eastward as well, so seeing the deeper purposes brockton to bridgewater, south boston, watch think that move eastward and around 15, 20 miles per hour. so it is not going to be around any more than an hour, back to gloucester, woburn, back in the morning the back only of that making way off of gloucester and out to sea, so a few more hours of this along the earn coast,
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big story, not warming much today, couple leftover flakes with strong winds coming in but the wind chills are really going to be a problem. single digit feels like readings as we head into the late-morning and just gets worse into the night. sub-zero feels like temps getting back to work and school on tuesday morning, i will have more on that in the next storm system coming up. right now catherine is here with the lock at slick roads. >> catherine: looks like things starting to improve and here on the map, what we have, 128 southbound, there was a stalled vehicle there, after 37 granite street, also we just want to shift this way to show you this, expressway going northbound, there's a stalled vehicle there before freeport street and had been an incident expressway southbound that's minutes. shifting just west a little bit, 495, going northbound, there's an accident there, after 62 central street, that's in the hudson area and i wanted to give you look at traffic, this is on the expressway as you're going through somerville here, see volume very light, a lot of
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okay and see the visibility, not the best and built in extra time for yourself this morning. here is look at some of the drive times, on 24 take you 13 minutes on 93 from 495 to leverett connector, 25 minutes, 93 from the braintree split to the pike, that's going to take you ten minutes in that spot. gene, over to you. >> gene: catherine, let's see roadways right now. this is look at fox25 camera on 495 through the stretch past middleborough out past 24 right now, you could see that the roadways are actually not bad, they are a little slick but they are not snow covered and a lot of folks are slowing it down out there as far as the speed is concern, which is a wise move, as catherine said, we have had a lot of spinouts and problems roin some areas, in spite of being a little bit lighter volume this morning because of martin luther king day and a lot of folks have the day off and heading out on the roads, take it easy out there, get where you're going as snow continues to work its way through. >> sara: after a rainy weekend a coastal storm is bringing snow
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this video we shot this morning in rockland that is getting some of the worst of it. fox25 michael henrich continues our team coverage where crews are working to keep the roads clear. michael? >> michael: and i think, sara, gene really had it right, it is not terrible out here whatsoever the snow continues to come down though, which means the crews have to work harder and harder to keep up with the snowfall and make sure the roads stay as safe as possible. going slowly is key though because there's some snow cover, not a ton, hingham street route 3 off and onramp in rockland and you could see where it is slick. if you try to floor it, you will probably cause an accident. those are things that happen in new england. it is pretty obvious, want to be safe, want to drive carefully. massachusetts department of transportation, doing their best, they have 1480 pieces of equipment out there treating and clearing the roadways. that's according to sweep that
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minutes ago, and i spoke with some drivers this morning here to this area. >> i came from abington and the roads in abington were okay, not as good as rockland. rockland was good right down to the pavement. i didn't slip at all in rockland or anything. >> michael: still she laughed right after that thing, she doesn't like the snow and rather not drive to work in snow, but that's the situation we find ourselves, especially here on the south shore where jason was saying, we could end up with up to six inches of snow in the particular area and keep an eye on it with but be safe, be careful, use common sense on the roads and you should be okay. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: remember, now is the best time to download the fox25 storm tracker weather app. stay up-to-date on the latest timeline and radar for snowfall where you live, it is free to download on your smartphone. >> gene: new england patriots will be heading to denver for
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weekend. sets up another title game featuring tom brady and peyton manning and as sports director tom director -- testimony leiden they are looking for revenge. >> tom: look speak to how in place. this is the scene just two years ago, same field, same team and that time it was broncos celebrating a trip to the super bowl and it is a scene patriots fans hope to turn around. this time the patriots face the broncos in colorado. last time they faced them was on november 29th, c.j. anderson running for game-winning touchdown in overtime, snapped the it is unbeaten streak and that's the reason why they are playing the game in denver this week, and don't think the revenge is not on the mind and sets stage for brady-manning 17 and fifth time they are in the post season and tom brady 2-2 in the post season against peyton
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i will be in denver if the 3:05 kickoff and post game reaction and hopefully covering afc championship celebration. after you watch the afc championship game, the nfc championship game, top two seeds arizona against green bay and had twist and turns galore and yesterday panthers over the seahawks and hung on to win and next sunday exciting match-up you will see live on fox25. locally the focus, as it should be, only seems right, brady and manning, patriots and broncos, we have it covered for you top to bottom. hope you stay with us. tom leiden, fox25 news. >> gene: patriots broncos will be the build-up but not letting it get started just yet. >> bill belichick we will be on to new england and talking about them on wednesday. >> gene: if you want to go to denver and see the game in person, that game will be costly, 1100 bucks at left, according to aaa flights are
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hotel and rental car another $300 and as of now the cheapest ticket will cost you around throw hundred $85. stay with fox25, myfoxboston.com, fox25 mobile app for continuing coverage of the build-up to the afc championship game. we will have all the developments from foxborough and denver and patriots and broncos l. >> sara: new at 7:00, the boston margwarth bomber may not return to local courtroom to stand trial. middlesex district attorney marian ryan void to try dzhokhar tsamaev in state court for the murder of m.i.t. police officer sean collier but this morning the globe says ryan not asked the federal government to transfer dzhokhar to state custody. last year he was sentenced to death and currently held in a prison in colorado. in statement the d.a.'s office says it will monitor dzhokhar's ongoing appeal and will, quote, state charges. >> gene: police in dorchester looking for the person that shot
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30-year-old man was shot around 12:15 yesterday afternoon on fayston street. fox25 camera was there and police blocked off the area and officers say the shooting happened at the front door of this home. neighbors say the victim is good person and they don't know why he was targeted. >> he is not a kid i would be afraid of, from excellent family he is not a bad kid. >> gene: the victim was shot three times but is expected to survive sunglasses this morning waltham police are still not releasing details in murder-suicide investigation. on saturday officers were called for a welfare check and found two people dead in a home on forest street. fox25 on the scene as police took a pair of rifles and several boxes of evidence from this home. this morning there's still no word on the victim's names but according to the bob, the colonial style home is owned by kevin and janine o'connor. police say this is an open and active investigation.
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voters in iowa will kick off the election season with the first caucus. will time running out the fists were flying last knit as hillary clinton, bernie sanders and martin o'malley went head-to-head. we have the highlights. >> reporter: democratic presidential candidates took the stage in charlton amid a tight race between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. on sunday night the gloves came off. as expected the candidates clashed on gun control. sanders hit out at clinton. >> well i think secretary clinton says what she says is very disinjen wes. >> reporter: clinton bubble down. >> i'm pleased to hear that senators sanders reversed his position on immunity and i look forward to joining with him and members of congress who already introduced legislation. >> reporter: o'malley had humidity. >> i have to agree, they are both inconsistent. >> reporter: concerns over
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with minorities. >> when the african-american communities becomes familiar with economy and criminal justice, the general population has become more supportive, so will the african-american community, so will latino communities. >> reporter: predebate coverage had been dominated by sanders medicare for all healthcare plan and clinton slammed proposal while reminding audience she slammed for control since first lady. >> people may remember i took on '90s. we accomplished so much already, i do not want to see the republican repeal it and don't want to see us start over again with contentious debate. i want us to defend and build on the affordable care act and improve it. >> reporter: candidates also discussed police brutality, campaign finance reform and regulating wall street.
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to learn which candidate impressed voters most. i'm kim hutchinson reporting. >> gene: trump will spend a second day in granite state during stop in concord, comes day after the gop front-runner held a rally in portsmouth. today's event is happening at concord high school. fox25 will be there. don't miss the report both on air and online at myfoxboston.com. >> julie: check traffic and weather every ten minutes and look at update from the mbta, haverhill line train 259 will depart ten to 15 minutes behind skeleton because of switch problem there and look at roadways coming numb ten minutes jason. >> jason: tracking last batch of snow right now, catherine, and timing on that when the cold arctic air moves in. >> sara: radio is no longer free. popular online service that wants you to pay up to keep the music playing. >> gene: 40 overdoses in a few days, coming up the local police
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>> daniel: city dealing with health crisis right now, emergency rooms coming overwhelmed because of the number of overdoses. sudden spike is forcing city leaders to take action. addicts that need help can now go to any police or fire station in the city. >> seven different locations in the city that will be safe haven for a person with the substance abuse disorder to walk in and ask for help. >> daniel: the goal is to steer addicts toward recovery programs and keep those who are not in immediate medical danger out of the emergency rooms. in all, there will be seven places as the mayor mentioned help. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: new this morning gloucester police using facebook for drug addicts to seek help. officers saved four lives in
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reversing drug narcan. the chief says its department is there to support addicts adding, quote, don't want to lose you when you're ready, we want to be here and speed up the process when it comes to opiate abuse bills writing thank you for moving fast and start introducing bills, do it faster. camp nello ended the post with a harsh message to pharmacies to be part of the solution and not part of the problem. sara: a significant drug bust distance from a local school. police in dudley seized these marijuana plants from three different apartments on south bridge road yesterday. officers also found pentanol and oxycodone in the apartments. three men were arrested and face various possession and distribution charges and one of the apartments less than 300 feet in a school zone. >> gene: overnight vandalism leaves cars da in one local tan.
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reports of cars having window broken yesterday morning and police investigating at this point they don't have any suspects. gene: local leader apologizing about controversial statement about school violence. during meeting last week he talked about how he had carry out a school shooting. letter to the parents he apologized to the graphic language and right now not allowed on school property. >> catherine: look at live drive time and incidents popping up, 24 northbound, there's an exit ramp closed at harrison boulevard, that's in avon, show you this incident as well moving west, this is 495, this is northbound, there's an accident there, after 62 central street and that's over there in hudson, and also mass state police just tweeting this out because of the snow speed has been reduced to 40 miles per hour, that's on pike eastbound and westbound
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the way to the new york border so keep that in mind traveling on that part of the pike today. speaking of pike look at how you're doing there, moving through brighton, see you're moving okay, volume very light and look at drive times for you as well and 128 from university ave to the weston tolls, 14 minutes, 128 from the weston tolls to route 123 minutes and 128 from university ave to route 1, that will take you 37 minutes there and, jason, not a lot of snow falling and that should be tapering off soon. >> jason: watching back edge of the snow back close to boston right now and have some of the end times for you straight ahead, overall theme arctic air, now starting to replace the heavier snows and sub-zero wind chills will begin to be a concern overnight tonight, so look at boston camera right now, gorgeous shot, still a little bit snow to get through, great picture here from bellingham through inches on the nose. nice measurement there i imagine
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bellingham, thank you for that picture. south weymouth, south boston, lunenburg, all about three inches, a little more in gloucester, not finished there yet. wakefield about four inches. highest i have seen rockland and five and a half inches so far and still a little bit more to come, still have winter weather advisory north and east up into southeastern new hampshire and one last blast of snow to get through, so around cape ann, gloucester will take a little longer it the get out of thisis and scattered snow showers, outer cape back through say plymouth and down toward brockton, back only of the snow up to boston, 7:30, gloucester 8:30 and back edge of that snow will be making its way toward you and places like haverhill by 7:40 this morning, going to be seeing the snow really tapering off in a hurry. back to the west just a couple flurries left over, keene down to worcester, a few flakes in the sky, no additional
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windy conditions they are going to start taking over. 15 in pittsfield out west, 19 worcester right now, it is 28 in boston, but it is going to get even a little bit colder when you start factoring in the wind. 31 miles per hour the latest wind report from worcester as the cold front just moved through there, so temperatures don't really warm up much, even with a little sun coming out here this afternoon boston can expect temperature to fairly just -- pretty much hold steady in mid to upper 20s and few 30s out to the cape and islands, but most areas remain in the 20s today, and when you factor in the wind, it is going to feel like single digits. this is 10:00 this morning. the wind chill six worcester eight bedford nine norwood and look at what happens into the afternoon. even with some sun peeking out, we still have single digit readings to the skin. that's what it feels like as heat gets stripped away and into the night tonight, gets worse, negative wind chills showing up tomorrow morning, cover the skin up, wrap up for the bus stop back to work on tuesday morning. stays quite cold on wednesday
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our next weather maker, snow maker, rain maker for the weekend. sara and gene? >> gene: jason, entire american city left without clean drinking water. still ahead on the fox25 morning news, what the president and famous singer are doing to provide some disaster relief. >> sara: plus hundreds of thousands of people flipping
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airport and eight other cities including new york and washington d.c. >> sara: this morning people in florida are cleaning up after severe storms and at least two tornadoes tore through the state two people had to be pulled from the rubble. no one was seriously hurt. now power crews are working to get power back on to thousands of residents who say they can't believe the damage. >> don't realize how much power can impact a tornado has until you see this. pretty devastating. >> sara: there are more than $3 million worth of damage in one county alone. >> gene: apple says a popular music service will no longer be free starting january 28th january 28th customers will have to pay to listen to itunes radio. apple says beats one will be the only free radio service it provides. all other stations will require a monthly subscription to apple music. itunes radio has been free since its launched in 2013. >> sara: most people need to
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to look at wedding album, but a bride in south dakota has pictures from the special day that the whole world wants to see. valerie was walked down the aisle by her service dog bella. she has a few issues bella helps out with and that's why bella in full tutu glory was front and center in the wedding. since it went viral she has received a lot of praise from the animal service community. >> sara: >> gene: and good choice. gene: woman robbed as she walked from work and what police are doing to find the attackers and calm fears in the neighborhood. >> jason: when the cold arctic air moves in. >> reporter: released from
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>> sara: snow starting to move out and roads are a little bit slippery and look at fox25 driving camera along 495 and mildford and ours moving along right now and gene pointed out earlier, it is a holiday, so less people on the roads as
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>> gene: we had spinouts and stuff as heading out the door but jason talking about things moving on and clearing out nicely. >> jason: cold day as arctic air and watch as zoom in, boston trying to wrap things up, places like scituate by 8:00 in the morning, back edge of the snow making way toward you and nothing past that have the and father no ward, gloucester about 8:30, snow is really going to start tapering off and very little accumulation here in addition, maybe another half inch along the north shore and parts of the south shore. now, back to the west, still a couple flurries but no accumulation, turn our attention to the temperatures then nine in the morning, 20 to 25 , most spots, few 30s hanging on around nantucket, but the rest of southern new england, bitter cold on the way, wind start to pick up late-morning through the afternoon and that's going to
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digits as we head out late this morning and gets worse into tonight and have all the numbers coming up. right now catherine is here with look at roads. >> catherine: snow starts to lift improvingment on the roadways as well, is not as many incidents. 24 northbound exit ramp closed at harrison avenue in afteron and 495 north there's an accident at main street, that's in hopkinton and a little south of that web that's 495 going north, there's a stall vehicle at 109 medway road in mildford area and draw attention to this, this is tweeted out by mass state police in the last half hour saying speed limit on pike reduced to 40 miles per hour and eastbound and westbound at exit six in chicopee all the way to the new york border because of the slick weather we had earlier this morning and look at -- start with live camera, expressway traffic moving past the gas tanks there, moving well, volume pretty light today, again, a lot of people home, so
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pike from 495 to mass ave, going to take you 24 minutes, 93 from the braintree split to the pike nine minutes and 12842 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls sale at 25 minutes for drive time there. gene, over to you. >> gene: heavy bands of snow moving on out, another 30 minutes or so before things clear out entirely. michael henrich has been in rockland this morning and look to push to keep the roads clear in that town, michael. >> michael: good morning, gene, they are continuing to work hard because continues to fall here, good snowball snow, i think the kids off from school have a good time, people in the roads though, they will have mixed reviews, looking pretty good at this point, hingham street right off on and off ramp at route 3 in rockland, and you could see there's a little bit of snow cover but once main road on hingham stream it is looking pretty good, obviously slick,
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you're going to get patches of icier spots and slicker spots and want to be careful, take it slow, give yourself extra time. the folks we spoke with this morning said they had a pretty good commute because they took those precautions and able to have a little fun with us about the first -- biggest snowfall for this area of this winter season. >> i love it. i wanted more. i want more. >> you may get your wish. >> i will get my wish because there's going to be more coming in. >> michael: go patriots, right? i mean that just felt like the next natural thing in the conversation. we talked about that for a little bit. she was a blast. good time. people are in good spirits here because roads have been cleared pretty effectively and pretty quickly, massdot tweeting out hour ago, 1400 pieces of equipment on the commonwealth roadways taking care of the snow, treating it, removing it and you could see that based on drive cam footage, based on this
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tell they are doing a good job and continuing to stay out there be careful and continue to have update for you in 30 minutes. reporting live in rockland on snowy day, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: make sure you have the storm tracker weather app with the latest timeline and weather radar with the snow near you, everyone day and all kinds of great stuff. free to download for your smartphone. >> sara: a hingham man is finally home this morning after 40 days in iranian jail. the iranian government released him over the weekend and he immediately hopped on a plane and started to head to boston. fox25 stephanie coueignoux is live in hingham with look at the moment that he made it back to you family. stephanie? >> stephanie: what emotional reunion for him and his family, waking up here at home, here surrounded by friends and family after being in prison for more than a month. but take a look, this is the emotional photo of that reunion,
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moment, moments after he landed at logan airport at around 6:30 and that's his mom. he is putting his arm around his mom as they walk out of international terminal right there but what an emotional and what an incredible moments for them. he had been held in iranian prison for more than a month before finally being released on saturday. again, reunited with his family yesterday, last night, and it is still unclear though exactly why he was imprisoned in the first place. now, we know that in september he went to iran as part of 4-month language program. we were able to speak with his family before his release after you can imagine days of uncertainty and fear finally for them, some incredible news. >> very grateful everybody has done to bring him home. >> that's great. we are very happy. we appreciate everything everybody has done. >> stephanie: just relief in
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the same day he was released four other americans were also freed from iran in separate prisoner swap. we haven't within able to speak with the family since the emotional rupel patel, but no doubt they are -- reunion but no doubt they are celebrating and enjoying their time together. >> gene: state department working with iraqi authorities to find three americans disappeared in iraq. they are working with contractor to find them. they were grabbed by group of gunman in baghdad. they say two of the contractors have dual iraqi american citizen and third is american national. >> sara: search continues this morning for hingham marine who has been lost at sea. 23-year-old christopher orlando dozen marines disappeared thursday night after the helicopter crashed off the coast of hawaii. he graduated from hingham high in 2010. his family released a statement saturday saying they are thankful for everyone involved
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public to keep orlando in their thoughts. vigil was held this weekend for missing marines. they have been searching waters off oahu the past few days and still no sign of the marines. the community gathered to light candles and pray for the safe return. >> we are here to keep praying, keep praying and wanting something, a sign, something we want them found. >> sara: soldiers have volunteer with the seven and wreckage strewn in 2-mile area and continue to debris along the spots in the island. >> gene: police in chelsea on hunt for brutal woman attacked around 9:30 saturday night. chelsea police say they beat, attacked her and took off. happened near lynn street and residents are concerned about
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>> they just randomly attacking people? i mean that's scary part. if they didn't know her and she didn't know them, then why would they choose her? >> gene: uniformed and undercover officers have been canvassing the area since the attack and we are told the suspects young men of medium height and wore black or gray hoodies and had black masks >> sara: international fugitive off the streets taken into custody after a car chase from lowell into dracut. he nearly ran down officers while trying to get away yesterday. he was finally arrested at gunpoint in dracut. police say he had at least 17 aliases and multiple warrants for his arrest and interpole arrest. >> gene: learning trial date for former new england patriot accused of double-murder.
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shooting death of daniel daniel abreau and safiro furtado in 2012. before deaths one of the men bumped into aaron hernandez at boston nightclub and hernandez also serving life sentence for murder of odin lloyd. >> sara: next fall boston based draftkings will be airing far fewer commercials during nfl season. last year draftkings spent $156 million on tv commercials times. officials with draftkings tell the globe this year commercial blitz was to help make the company a household name and they think they have succeeded. >> catherine: give you drive times on weston tolls to the ted williams and 13 minutes, route 9495 to speen street 17 minutes and 128 university ave to the weston tolls and 13 minutes there and take look at
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for now jason. >> jason: tracking end to the snow and updating snow totals right now. tell you when cold air blows in too straight ahead. >> gene: new england veteran denied hotel room because of service dog. coming up how the hotel room trying to make things right after the story went viral. >> sara: dog beaten in own backyard.
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>> jason: highest in rockland still and moves out straight ahead. >> sara: dog in rutland bad low abused and police trying to find those responsible. daniel miller has update on the dog's condition.
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brutely beaten saturday morning outside home on rutland and family says two young men jumped up to stonewall and hit her with a stick. friend of the family chased suspects away but abby still suffered severe injuries. >> saw abby and she looked beat up and cheeks were puffed. >> daniel: abby is recovering at home and expected to survive and dog targeted and they believe it is isolated incidents and we are told the suspects drove off in black nissan hatchback. i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: volunteers flooded into contaminated water and president obama signed a state of emergency for the city which will give them access to federal
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the problem started when flint switched its drinking water source from the city of detroit to flint river in 2014. shortly after it was discovered that children had elevated levels of lead in their blood. sara: music icon also helping flint. cher is sending 80,000 bottles of water to the city and she is paying and water company matching donation. the bottles should rivalries on wednesday and go to community centers, food banks and fire stations. >> gene: almost two years ago fx says that tracy morgan will star in new television series. he will play ex-con trying to get back life back together after decade in prison and serve as executive producer for the unnamed series.
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to pay tribute to david bowie. black star number one in the united states. it sold 181,000 copies and knocked adele's 25 from the top spot. bowie never had the number one album in the united states while he was alive. black star was released just two days before the 69-year-old died from cancer. >> sara: another local college is banning hover boards due to safety concerns. university of new hampshire announced they no longer allow the devices other campus. unh says the boards are due dangerous because people are falling off and they can also burst into flames. overall 30 colleges and three major airlines banned hover boards. >> catherine: look at live drive time traffic and map improving just a bit and new incidents popping up and lagrange street and washington street right in boston near the theater district and keep that in mind if heading that way
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going north multi-vehicle accident at 62 central street in hudson and moving down 495, this is going northbound exit main street and i did see traffic there. just south of that this is also going northbound, stalled vehicle, that's after 109 medway road and that's in mildford, and i can you can see the backup and 495 not place to be right now, live cameras and 93 south going through somerville, volume light traffic moving okay. here is look at some of the drive times right now on route 1 from 128 to the tobin bridge, going to take you 13 minutes, 93 from 495 to leverett connector, 23 minutes, 128 from route 1 to the weston tolls, that's going to be a 24 minute ride and, jason, you were saying that the snow should be lifting for commuters, but they will need to bundle up by the time they head home later. >> jason: very wind and he arctic cold and central and western parts of the state over the rest of central and southern
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know ending, this is a look at boston warm right now, mostly cloudy skies, but a few flakes still to get through and that's about all, no additional accumulation and arctic chill coming in and sub-zero wind chills moving in here overnight tonight and couple snap chats and social media accounts on twitter, bellingham, three inches of snow piled up measured properly and right around the five inch total for gloucester and more from peter, thank you so much for shooting that over to you, rockland the highest we have seen, five and a half inches, hanover five inches and wakefield and more than four inches of snow this morning, blackstone as well sitting at four inches and haverhill, south boston, three, three and a half inches of snow and let's look at big picture, snow ending now from the west to the east and that arctic front blasting through wind will be kicking up. places like brockton, pembroke, middleborough, snow to get through 8:15, plymouth done
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haverhill back edge of it right now, gloucester eight, 8:30 comes to end. worcester county, cold windy conditions arctic care and 31 miles per hour current wind gust worcester airport now getting up to 25 bedford and that's all going to spread eastward right into the city over the next couple of hours. 15 the current reading in pittsfield, showing you that because that's the source region for the cold air making its way into western massachusetts out of the berkshires, it is 19 in worcester, it is 28 in boston right now. but just going to stay there, not goat and despite a little bit of sun, breezy, cold, wind chills will be a problem later this morning, right through the evening and gets worse into tomorrow, so there are the high temperatures today in the low to mid-20s as you go westward out
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lower 30s and pretty much to it and factor in the winds, feels like the single digits and teens at 10:00 this morning feeling like that as we get out into the afternoon drive time as well and then watch what happens overnight and start to see the neglects in front of the numbers, bitter cold on the way, really want to layer it up for bus stops back tuesday morning and stays rather cold and wednesday morning as well and relief from the winds comes on thursday and then by friday night into saturday and even early sunday our next storm system in the making still too early to tell how much rain or snow will be watching it carefully. let's send it back to you. >> gene: martin luther king's legacy moves on. victory a few months ago that is turning yearly protest into the celebration. >> sara: australian woman watching through gas station
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the crash caused a gas leak and workers had to get everyone out including dragging two people to the car to safety and police are investigating trying to determine what caused the accident and whether alcohol was a factor. sara: the snow we are waking up is no comparison to the whiteout conditions in michigan. take a look at what drivers are dealing with in van buren county, south of grand rapids. combination of blinding snow and poor judgment caused chain reaction on the highway. 50 cars and dozen semi tracks ended up colliding and cars crushed into trucks and thankful she and her husband are okay. >> out the of nowhere i was hit by semi truck which caused me to kind of spent out, land in ditch, my husband, i guess he caught -- semi truck kale end caught my husband. >> sara: one person was killed, three more critically
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and reduced visibility blame for the wreck. >> gene: uncovering of the sexual abuse scandal. last night spotlight won for acting ensemble and overpowered like revenant and mad max. only category the movie was up for. gene: bell evans ran for support of martin richard foundation and tweeted out by the boston police department, he is wearing mr8 shirt in honor of the youngest victim. forty-ninth marathon that evans has completed. gene: connecticut family denied a hotel room because of service dog. derek faring ton suffered a brain injury while serving in middle east and dog helps him with ptsd. he and family needed to stay in hotel the next few weeks because
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clean-up but when they underwent cleaning in groton he was turned away. >> he is not a pet, he is my husband's service animal and she said we don't allow pets. >> gene: the clerk wasn't properly trained and hotel apologized to the family and no thanks, they are not taking them up on the offer. >> sara: local church not letting huge setback stop them. how they were able to turn things down and after suv left enormous hole in the front of the building. >> jason: tracking snow and
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>> sara: get ready >> jason: last bands of heavy snow moved out and totals from quick hitting snow and when arctic air make it feel like single digits. >> michael: the snow continues to fall and we are keeping a close eye on roads. the efforts to keep you safe this morning. >> gene: local man waking up at home this morning after spending weeks in prison overseas. what brought him to iran and what we know about the release. >> sara: plus it is tom brady
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another epic showdown, but pats fans better save up if heading to denver. major cash it will take to see the afc championship game. complete new england news this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, happy martin luther king day and appreciate you being with us, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. frigid and snowy start to the week and michael henrich is live and catherine parrotta is watching roads for us this morning and let's begin with jason brewer in storm tracker weather center and freezing conditions as the snow heads out. >> jason: winds gusting up in central massachusetts and make its way across the shoreline as we get to the rest of the morning. so single digit wind chills will start to become a concern. right now tracking the last
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a pocket of heavier snow right over middleborough right now and gloucester going to take about 8:20, 8:30 before the snow moves out, saw a batch develop nashua to lowell and not totally out of the woods but very spotty and no additional accumulation. look at the numbers today in the low to mid-20s, that's noon time. keep in mind when you factor in the wind it is going to feel like the single digits for your monday afternoon drive time as temperatures are only in the upper teens and lower 20s so there's look at planner here across the boston area. winds 20, 25 miles per hour really biting and just going to get worse overnight and i will have those numbers coming up. right now catherine with latest road report. >> catherine: couple incidents to look at, north of city beacon street, partially blocked there in chelsea, not seeing too much in the way of delays around that, expressway still sluggish as heading north into the city, shifting west a little ways, 495, incident there
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cleared the last few minutes and want to get back into this one, 495 heading north and accident at main street, that's in hopkinton, and i want to shift your attention here to just south of the accident because you could see traffic moving to the point, only crawling about 11 miles per hour and that's problematic spot on the map this morning. take a look at one of the cameras, gives you different advantage point at the zakim bridge, traffic moving over just fine and over here that's the end of the tobin bridge and you could see traffic moving slowly there as well and look at drive times for you, on the pike it is going to take you 24 minutes, 93 from the braintree split to the pike ten minutes, 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls and here is smooth sailing there, only 23 minute ride for you. jen, over to you. >> gene: let's find out what the roadways look like from behind the wheel, things cleaned up dramatically. this is in franklin by 140 and you could see 495 there, the overpass just in front of the car, and roadways are very clear and no snow cover at all, skies clearing up so worst of it is over at least in terms of the
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frigid temperatures what we will be dealing with next, but right now the roadways are probably the best they have been in terms of drivability at this hour of the morning. >> sara: fox25 meteorologist jason brewer told us the snow moving out, but the snow has left quite a few inches on the south shore. fox25 michael henrich is live in rockland where there's plenty of shoveling to do this morning, michael. >> michael: that's not going to be fun. playing in the snow, fun, cleaning up after the snow, driving in the snow, not a great time. have a good time reporting what's going on here because roads looking pretty. hingham street, which is 228, right off of route 3 in rockland, the plows have been through here a lot, the salt trucks have been through here a lot, looking pretty good, but still, the snow changing at this point. earlier we had larger, fluff we are powder flakes and picked up
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gotten wetter flakes, so anxious to see how that's going to affect the roadways here the next several minutes because often the type of snow that falls has a differing effect on how easy it is to drive. if you take it slow though you should be okay. massdot sent out 1480 pieces of equipment through the commonwealth to treat and remove snow from the roadways, so they put out a big effort and folks i spoke with this morning and drove to work in rockland, they did notice and had a couple opinions to share. >> i don't like snow so wasn't very happy but kids are happy. they were excited. >> michael: that will be the theme. if kids off of school they will have a good time. even though see the video, it is looking better, still be safe, be careful, lef extra time, all the common sense we talk about here in new england, they still
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plows were out in full force and earlier in the roadways now. reporting live in rockland, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: now is the best time to download the new fox25 storm tracker weather app. stay up-to-date on the latest timeline and radar for snowfall where you live. it is free to download on smartphone. >> gene: 8:05. the state department working with iraqi authorities to find three americans missing in iraq. the contractors disappeared three days ago and iraq security officials tell cnn group of men were grabbed by group of gunman in baghdad and two have dual american iraqi citizenship and third is american national. gene: hingham native is home after spending 40 days in iranian jail. this picture capturing the moment he was united with relieved mother. 30-year-old boston university grad was in iran studying language when he was taken into custody in november.
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heard from him saturday morning when he had called home to say he was released. he was among five americans released over the weekend. gene: search continues this morning for other hingham native, marine, lost at sea. christopher orlando, dozen marines disappeared thursday night after the helicopters crashed off the coast of hawaii. he graduated from hingham high school in 2010 and this morning coast guard official say their seven for survivors continues this morning. >> we have been searching 24 hours a day since the -- since scene. so we are still searching for survivors, parent point to make. >> gene: orlando family released a statement this weekend saying they are thankful for everyone involved in the search, and they are asking the public to keep orlando in their thoughts. >> sara: new this morning the boston marathon bomber may not return to a local courtroom to stand trial.
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american ryan -- marian ryan has void to try dzhokhar tsamaev for death of sean collier but ryan has not asked to transfer dzhokhar into state custody. last year he was sentenced to death and currently being held at prison in colorado. in a statement the d.a.'s office says it will monitor dzhokhar's ongoing appeal and will assess the necessity of pursuing state charges. >> gene: road to the super bowl goes through denver. new england patriots will be heading for the afc title game, bronx beat fitchburg last night to set up another title game featuring tom brady and peyton manning and tom leyden shows us there's revenge. >> tom: how different the pats team is with a. same field, same team and that time broncos celebrating trip to super bowl and tom brady left to shake his head, and it is a scene that patriots fans hope to turn around. this time that the patriots face
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last time they faced him was on november 29th, remember c.j. anderson winning for the game-winning touchdown in overtime, 30-24, snapped the patriots unbeaten streak and that's the reason why they are playing the game in denver this week and don't think the revenge is not on the mind, sets the stage for tom brady-manning 17, fifth time they jaired off in the post season and tom brady 2-2 in the post season against peyton manning. i will be in denver for the 3:05 kickoff and all the post game reaction hopefully will be covering afc championship celebration, and after you watch the afc championship game, the nfc championship game right here on fox25, top two in the nfc, arizona gets past green bay and, of course, that one had twists and turns galore and yesterday the 16-1 panthers, 31-24 winners over the seahawks, hang on to win and next sunday will be exciting match-up on fox25 and
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be, brady and manning and patriots and broncos we will have it covered, tom leyden, fox25 news. >> gene: quarterback will be the focus and peyton manning not letting the hype get started just yet. >> we will be on to new england and i will be talking about them on wednesday. >> gene: if by chance you want to see the game in person on sunday, trip will cost you $1,100, at least. flights over $400, hotel and rent a car $300 and now cheapest ticket to the game cost you $385 stay with fox25, myfoxboston.com and fox mobile app too for continuing coverage of the build-up to the afc championship game and have developments from foxborough and from denver with the patriots and broncos as they battle for a spot in super bowl l. >> sara: city of brockton dealing with health crisis. past few days alone police responded to more than 40 drug overdoses.
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with the city's plan to combat the epidemic. >> daniel: opening up police and fire stations for addicts to get the help they need. last week there were 42 overdoses in four days and local emergency rooms getting overwhelmed because of the situation. sudden spike now forcing city leaders to take action. fox25 talked with recovering addict. stephanie says she has been clean for two years and now the toll for drug addiction there won't let up. >> every time i look on facebook, rest in piece, rest in peace, this one died. it has been four or five weeks now. it is insane. >> daniel: goal is to steer addicts toward recovery programs and keep those not in immediate medical danger out of emergency rooms. in all there will be seven places addicts can seek nonjudgmental health in brockton, including the police
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stations. in control room, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> catherine: pike take you 13 minutes route 9, 17 minutes on 128 from university ave to the weston tolls, 12 minute ride and give you look at map coming up in just about ten minutes. jason? >> jason: last of the snow and also tracking single digit wind chills and full forecast coming up. >> sara: local woman badly beat own way home to work and motive for the brutal attack and search underway for three suspects.
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stake in charleston amid a tight race and sunday night the gloves came off and expected the candidate clashed on gun control and sanders went after clinton. >> what clinton says is very disenginous. >> i'm pleased senator sanders has reversed position on immunity and look forward for him joining with members of legislation. >> reporter: o'malley found humor. inconsistent. >> reporter: concerns over sanders electability especially with minorities. >> when the african-american community becomes familiar with congressional record and with our agenda and with our views of the economy and criminal
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population has become more supportive, so will the african-american community, so will latino community. >> reporter: predebate coverage comenated by sanders medicare for all healthcare plan and clinton slammed proposal while reminding audience she spent time on healthcare since first lady. >> people may remember the took on health insurance industry back in the '90s. we have accomplished so much already. i do not want to see the republicans repeal it and i don't want to see us start over again with a contentious debate. i wanted us to defend and build on the affordable care act and improve it. >> reporter: canada also discussed campaign finance reform and wait for iowa caucus most. i'm kim hutchinson reporting. >> gene: donald trump stop in
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gop front-runner held a rally in portsmouth and today's rally held in concord, high school and fox25 will be there. don't miss reports on air and online at myfoxboston.com. >> catherine: wanted to give you look at live, drive time traffic. start off with big map you have seen here and he wants popping and up zoom in on couple of them, and see here in quincy, look at how speeds are doing on the expressway, 31 miles per hour right there in that spot, shifting west 495 going north, an accident there at main street, that's in hopkinton, however, i want to give you backup, 11 miles per hour as you're south of that and heading north toward the incident there, so keep that in mind. giving you look now cameras route 1 in saugus, traffic moving fine, volume very light as you could see and look at some of the drive times right now on pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel, 12 minutes, route 9, 17 minutes, 128 from route 1 to the weston tolls, that will take you
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jason, good news saw in the camera, starting to clear up a bit but other problems to come you're saying. >> jason: means cold, dry air working and wind gusts and wind chills being a problem and snow ending this morning as we take a live look out of downtown camera, arctic chills moving in and sub-zero wind chills by a big concern. i do want to share with you real close, some of the pictures into the twitter accounts and we had about three inches there in bellingham, thank you for sitting that one in and peter in gloucester, a little over five inch of fluffy snow and dry and day off and mlk, doing and look at totals, rockland, hanover, five, five and a half inches,
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wakefield and haverhill south boston three, three and a half inches and right now snow moving out, tracking back edge of it making its way out of plymouth county right now, so over toward plymouth by 8:30, not much snow left, and over to gloucester 8:30 as well, the back only of snow moving east of you and just confine to a couple leftover very brief snow showers as you see here cane down south and cold, windy conditions taking over as front moving in right now. look at wind gusts, been at 31 in worcester for several hours. now gusting up 22 in boston, so you can see the signs of cold arctic air moving in, temperaturewise in teens, pittsfield back to worcester artand 29 in boston right now and don't expect it to warm up much more despite the sun coming out because it will prevent any warming even though have clearing, so breezy and cold, any of the light snow showers
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speak. temperatures will be warming into the mid-20s to a few upper 20s and that's all we can do today and temperature low to mid-30s for the cape and islands staying around the freezing mark and story when you strip the heat away from your skin, it is dangerous, so single digit wind chills not only this morning but into the afternoon, so despite some sun, again, just there. let's take it up to tomorrow morning. sub-zero wind chills as we are all heading back to work and school, so tomorrow morning can't stress it enough. dangerous wind chills, lots of extra layers, cover the skin, it will be tough out there. let's look at 7-day forecast, windy conditions developing today, they stay with us tomorrow, stays kind of breezy on wednesday as well, so i think more wind chill concerns on wednesday morning. thursday winds tapering off into friday and weekend storm with more wind, snow, possibly rain
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likely, be watching that very closely and send back to you, sara and gene. >> sara: new england veteran turned away from a hotel. reason he wasn't allowed a holt and why the hotel is apologizing this morning. >> gene: how weather taking toll marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it.
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>> gene: not good news for valentine's day. box of chocolates going up. price of sweet treat up by 40% since 2012 and seen it already and sounds like supply and demand issue and a lot of demand around here. bad weather, poor farming techniques believe it or in the and making ingredients and harder to come by right now, has nothing to do with valentine's day they tell us and last year demand was all time high. gene: appears rich getting richer and poor getting poorer. the wealth of the rich 62 people increased 44% in the last few years to $1.76 trillion.
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shrink 200 to 95. all going to be housed new stable within the park and has been issue since took off and eliminate the industry on first day of office, something promised to do. >> sara: they can hail a cab in new york city. the girls love it, all the kids love it. hopefully things will change there. show you something truly incredible there. gas selling for less than 1 dollar a gallon. michigan gas station got into a price war with another station across the street. won the war by selling gas at get this, 78 cents a gallon. can you imagine? >> oh my goodness. line down the block as people filled up cars, boats, lawn mowers, gas cans. one person brought a bathtub. anything that would hold gas. amazing. can't imagine how much money i had save. >> catherine: can't think about the last time gas under a
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that's crazy. >> sara: good for everyone out jason? >> jason: how do you get the bathtub home after filling it up bitter wind chills today and tell you when the snow moves out as well coming up. >> reporter: emotional reunion for massachusetts native and his
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>> gene: live look at hingham, wintery scene down there as you can see the flags blowing, a little bit of breeze dealing with and cold temperatures big concern going forward now. roadways airports too bad as we have seen. those have improved since early this morning. >> sara: want to break out every single layer of long underwear you have with a chill in the air. >> jason: going to get worse and worse and worse and bitter air moving into the central and western part of the state and where you see the badge edge of the snow, that's where cold air
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in fact, heavier snow shower right there along highway three and six, plymouth sandwich, barnstable, all moving eastward around 25 miles per hour. so just a few more minutes of that, gloucester you're improving and few additional light snow showers from lowell to say manchester, those are going to be just widening down here and nashua there and a little bit left and look at temperatures low to mid-20s, that's about it today and not moving much and see a few upper teens after sunset toward worcester and orange, so the temperatures today in the 20s but wind chills in the single digits because the winds are going to start picking up as we speak, already gusting 20, 30 miles per hour and just going to get even worse into tomorrow, sub-zero wind chills to tell but straight ahead. right now let's get traffic with catherine parrotta. >> catherine: big map, not too many incidents here but a come. zoom in, start west of the city
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there's an accident there at main street in hopkinton, but the delays behind it, they are not doing as bad as they were before, no longer 11 miles per hour, not jammed, probably going to get the accident if they haven't cleared it just already and just shifting this way a little bit, wanted to show you north of the city, 12893 as moving south, you're doing fine in both of the stretches and also we are learning that mass state police, they have increased that speed limit on the pike again, might remember reduced to 40 miles per hour, a little bit earlier this morning because of the weather, back to the issue speed limit at this time. wanted to show you well, of cameras, this is the pike, this is traffic as moving through brighton and volume very light, moving along just fine at this time, and here is look at drive times right now on the pike take you 22 minutes and 93 from the brant split to the pike, 90 minutes route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls and that will take you 24 minutes. gene, back over to you. >> gene: overnight snow
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live in rockland where people are waking it up the winter wonderland. michael, good morning. >> michael: it is beautiful out here, gene. good morning to you. earlier i felt like i was in a snow globe and surest sign of winter is right behind me. snowbanks in the parking lot. that's not going away any time soon. thankfully most of the snow on the roadways is already gone. the moisture is still there, though and there's a layer of snow here and there, of course, as you go main roads to some of the side roads and really want to be careful. we are here on hingham street, route 228, just off the on and off ramps of route 3 here in rockland and we have seen plows come through time and time again massdot tweeting out a little while ago that 1480 pieces of equipment have been out on the commonwealth roadways trying to make sure that you're safe there, treating roads with salt, clearing the snow off the roads, whatever remains at this point,
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been appreciated by folks we have spoken with here in rockland this morning. we will hear from the person in the neck half hour and that report coming in 30 minutes. >> gene: now good time to download the fox25 weather app for the latest snowfall and free to download on your smartphone. >> sara: developing this morning the state department is working with iraqi authorities to find three americans reported missing in iraq. the contractors disappeared three days ago and iraqi security officials tells cnn that the men were grabbed by group of gunman in baghdad. they say two of the contractors have dual iraqi american citizenship and third is
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sara: this man waking up this morning at home if hingham after spending 40 days in iranian jail. he was released over the weekend along with five other americans. fox25 stephanie coueignoux is live in hingham. stephanie, an emotional homecoming at logan airport late last night. >> stephanie: this morning they are waking up to morning full of joy and waking up with family and friend for the first time since he was in prison more than 40 days ago. take a look though. what an emotional moment boston globe captured. this is matthew and this is moments after he landed at boston logan airport at about 6:30 yesterday at the international terminal and what an incredible moment for this entire family and really for the community and everyone who supported him. now, he had been held in iranian prison for more than a month before finally being released on saturday.
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exactly why he was imprisoned in the first place. now, we do know in september he went to rahn as part of 4-month language program, and we were able to speak with family before his release as you could imagine after days of uncertainty and fear, a moment finally full of incredible news. >> very grateful everything everybody has done to bring him home. >> grateful and appreciate what everybody has done. >> stephanie: really relief in voices as matthew home this morning and we haven't been able to speak with the family since the reunion and no doubt they are celebrating today. i'm. >> stephanie: , fox25 news. >> sara: four other americans also free thanks to prisoner iran. the news was breaking at this time yesterday on fox25 as three of the men boarded plane out the
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fourth man chose to stay. they are being evaluated and resting at u.s. military in germany. seven iranians accused sanctions violations were pardoned by the u.s. as part of deal. sara: seven continues this morning as hingham native, marine lost at sea. 24-year-old christopher orlando one of dozen marines disappeared after helicopter crashed off the coast of hawaii. his family saying they are thankful for everyone involved in the search and they are asking the public to keep orlando in their thoughts. >> gene: police in chelsea on the hunt for men involved in brutal attack on woman walking home from work. night. chelsea police told fox25 three men beat, kicked and slashed the woman and robbed her and took off. this happened on central avenue near lynn street.
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concerned about the violent nature of the crime. >> randomly attacking people. that's the scary part. if they didn't know her and she they choose her. >> gene: uniformed and undercover officer have been canvassing the area since the attack and told the suspects are young men of medium height, wore black or gray hoodies and black masks over their face. >> sara: international fugitive now off the streets taken into custody after a car chase from lowell into dracut. police say man nearly ran down officers while trying to get away yesterday. he was finally arrested at gunpoint in dracut. police say head least 17 aliases and multiple warrants for his arrest, including felony assault in massachusetts. there's also interpole warrant for the murder of dominican officer and he is due in court tomorrow. >> gene: tomorrow learning new
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charged with murder of daniel abreau and safiro furtado in 2012. before the deaths one of the men accidently bumped into aaron hernandez at boston nightclub. hernandez is already serving odin lloyd. gene: out of control jeep trying to continue with business as usual. we first showed you pictures a week ago. the driver hit the community church of hudson, new hampshire. yesterday the church held the first service since the accident this week plans to resume serving hot lunches to nearly two dozen people. >> sara: fantasy sports commercials may soon be the thing of the past. next fall boston based draftkings will be airing far fewer commercials during nfl seasons. last year draftkings spent $156 million on tv commercial airing 25 different ads more than 46,000 times and official with draftkings tells the globe this year commercial blitz was to help make the company a
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they have succeeded. >> catherine: check traffic and weather towing every ten minutes and update mbta to the commuter rail, train away from providence and due to mechanical problem been anybody that would be on the train 808 will need to take 810 to south station and that coming up in ten minutes. >> jason: snow moves out and when to expect lower wind chills straight ahead. >> gene: it is now 8:40 this morning. a double fault perhaps in the world of tennis. coming up why some of the biggest match-ups may have been fixed. >> sara: beloved pet after she was nearly beaten to death. >> cheeks puffed. >> sara: latest on (burke) at farmers, we've seen almost everything, so we know how to cover almost anything. even a stag pool party. (party music)
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>> jason: few snow showers left over northern massachusetts, southern new hampshire, i will have a look at when they all move out and when cold air moves in. >> sara: dog in rutland recovering after badly abused in own yard and attackers got away. now police are trying to find those responsible. daniel miller has an update on the dog's condition. >> daniel: eight-year-old abby suffering from severe injuries and woman that attacked her to face charges. abby is rescue, brutely beaten on saturday morning outside her home on hut did the rutland. two men went up to aband he hit her with a stick. friend of the family chased the suspects away but abby suffered
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>> her face was swollen, eye was her head. >> gene: derek farrington has a service dog to help hit with ptsd. he and his family need to stay in hotel because their home is undergoing mold clean-up. when they went to motel in groton they turned him away. >> they said we don't take pets. i said it is a service animal and they said don't allow pets. >> gene: clerk should have made accommodations for the service dog. the hotel apologized and offered them a room but they said no
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take them up on the offer. >> catherine: give you look at how things are looking overall, 128 moving fine, 93 moving fine as coming from the north heading into the city. this accident that you see her, main roadways. it is right in boston, it is in the back bay area, not seeing any delays because of shifting west we have been telling you about the accident all morning, one lane blocked here at main street, this is on 495 going north and there's a little bit of delay going behind that, not as jammed as it was, looks like the situation is improving and look at these two updates from the mbta, commuter rail, stoughton line train 908 depart ten to 15 minutes late because of late rival of equipment, and also told you this about eight minutes ago, providence, canceled at south attleboro, take train 8:10 into south station and look at live camera, traffic on 93, moving past
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light this morning as anticipated it might be with a lot of people having today off and drive times, 24 will be a 12 minute ride, 93 from the braintree split to the pike, that's going to take you about ten minutes, and, jason, we have been saying it all morning, the snow has stopped, looks like a clear picture and going to get cold. >> trying to breakthrough, live look in hingham and rays where you get the sunlight through the clouds giving nice look and snowy ground with arctic air as we speak to reinforce the colder air in place. let me show you another picture from the boston sky cam, snow ending this morning, arctic chill coming in, subzero wind chills as we wake up tomorrow morning and already seeing bitter wind chills across parts of the state and i will have that coming up and check out the pictures from social media, three inches of fluffy snow, bellingham and peter in
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more than five inches reported by his measurement there. so officially rockland the high so far five and a half inches of snow, hanover at five inches, pretty much do it, not much more in accumulation, week field four and a half and haverhill and east boston, three, three and a half inches of snow. let me show you radar picture as we are really drying out, band, let me back it up, right here, that's the arctic front coming by with the cold dry air eating into the snow chance from here out, so over toward let's say chatham and passing by the outer cape and we will be done, manchester down to lowell, new batch light to moderate snow has developed but over the next couple of hours that should lose its grip and dry up. cold, windy conditions making way from the northwest and 32 miles per hour wind gust currently in worcester, 28 in boston, so winds spreading now in eastbound and wind chill
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is two and single digit wind chills, wind chills in the mid-teens elsewhere some 20s for the cape and islands. so temperaturewise we are sitting 24 in bedford, 26 beverly, 25 in plymouth right now, so with seasonably cold, factor in the wind today, it is going to feel awfully bitter as winds kick up 20, 25 miles per hour throughout the rest of the afternoon so don't expect much of warm-up even though there's a little bit of sun trying to break out. so there are the afternoon numbers worcester up to 21, boston up to 20, nantucket up to 34 and you will see wind chills in the single digits out there, not only late-morning but through the afternoon and then watch what happens into the overnight, we will have some clearing into skies, winds stay strong, temperatures just plummet, look at this, negative two, negative six, boston, back to fitchburg as we wake up in the morning tomorrow, so lots of layers as sara said, long underwear, break out all the hats, gloves, scarfs, cover the skin, going to be rough
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relax on thursday and friday but here comes the next storm just in time for next weekend, we will be watching closely. back to you. >> sara: big regrets from hollywood a-lister that sat down. >> let me be clear. the article has failed. >> sara: coming up next why sean penn says the interview with el chapo didn't accomplish what he wanted. to criticize him for missing votes. "but i am going to miss votes, i'm running for president." but he's been missing votes for a long time. "one third of all of his missed votes in 2015 were missed before he announced
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some say the help is too little too late. >> i'm glad to see they are doing it but wonder if there's more that can be done and more that should be done. >> gene: flint switched drinking water source from city of detroit to the flint river back in 2014, shortly after it was covered childrenad elevated levels of blood in their blood. gene: cher partnering with water company sending fresh water to the city and she is paying for half of the shipment and water company matching donation. it should arrive on wednesday and they will go to food banks and fire stations in flynn. >> sara: actor sean penn interviewing his decision to interview a mexican drug lord. he spoke with el chapo back in october at secret location. at the time he was a fugitive that escaped from mexican prison penn did not tell authorities
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it was published by rolling stone magazine after guzman was captured earlier this month and interview. >> i don't have to be the one that reports on the alleged murders or the amounts of gnar coteddic that are brought in. i go and i spend time in the company of another human being which everyone is. >> sara: penn says the intent was to start a conversation about the war on drugs and he regrets that the focus is now on him and the drug lord. >> gene: martin luther king honored around the country but celebration in north carolina will be different. flag officially removed over the summer, marchers pushing for education funding and bernie sanders, martin o'malley and hillary clinton are on the heels of the dick debate and all expected to attend. gene: boston cares hosting
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at boston latin school. fox25 kick things off at 650 volunteers taking part to honor the late dr. king. fox25, sara underwood, daniel miller and michael henrich will all be there this morning and getting ready to head over there right now. stay warm. >> sara: i will try. >> gene: one of the country's closest allies and political debate going on right now in the u.k. >> jason: single digit wind chill and when to expect coming up. >> sara: plus helmet that
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