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>> the bitter cold, how long it will last and the latest track of a weekend nor easter. >> and hundreds of people are angry after their cars were towed and ticketed after a snowstorm without any warning. >> i was almost crying, don't take my car, he didn't care. >> reporter: will city officials reimburse the resident as soon as also terrifying moments on a crowded train. >> running this way, that way. >> reporter: frightened passengers describe the moment two people were shot on the blue line. >> and bomb threats sent to dozens of schools in just two days. tonight what's being done to keep your student safe? and the race for a driver
crashed into a icy creek. snow? still questions at this hour on what this weekend's nor easter hi, everyone. i'm mark ockerbloom. >> and i'm van next is a welsh. kevin lemanowicz is tracking it from the weather center. >> over us tonight clear skies. snowshowers back to the west but we have to fly all the way to the pacific snort west to find the beginnings of what could be our nor easter this weekend. it's finally on land at least, so we'll get extra data from land beach stations to add to the computer models and give us a better clear understanding of where this storm is going to go. up until now, it's been in the pacific ocean. here's the latest that has shown through the evening hours. the american model you see up there, going to our south.
rather than the northeast. would still bring some snow, just not a blockbuster storm here. the blockbuster snows would be in the mid atlantic state. the european model was also thinking that by early this morning. close to us snow and turning out to the east. there's gonna be a nor easter coming to the east coast from that storm in the pacific northwest, and it will bring some heavy snow to the mid atlantic. the question remains how far north will that go? th equally applause tonight have any hardly any storm than a blockbuster storm. i know it sounds ridiculous with these many days ahead of the storm, that's still the situation. meanwhile, still dealing with the cold temperatures outside and bitter-cold windchills. we'll talk more about that and the latest on the storm coming up. >> for the weekend storms, you'll want to download our app. you can get custom forecasts from our team from where you live. it is free for apple and android devices. following breaking news involving the missing marine helicopter pilots in hawaii in
the coast guard search for survivors has been called off. 12 marines missing after last week's crash of two helicopters off the coast. among those christopher orlando of hingham. his mom is a retired massachusetts state trooper. orlando was 23 years old. we have a crew headed to his hometown right now and will bring you more as we get it. ticketed and towed, 350 cars in a local city towed away during this snow weekend. >> tonight we have learned it never should have happened at all. fox 25's kathryn burcham is in worcester where the city has a lot of explaining to do. kathryn. >> yeah, the residents here don't just want answers from reimbursement, after tow companies like this one behind me dragged off hundreds of cars within just a few hours. now, after multiple phone calls and emails to city officials tonight we were just able to confirm that those residents will be paid back, some of them are still very angry.
so it cost me almost $200 for an inch of snow. >> katherine standing protectively next to her black sedan that vanished before her eyes sunday night. >> i happened to come outside and saw a tow truck backing up the front of my car. >> reporter: worcester police department began ordering cars towed during sunday night but the problem is that the parking ban announcement from the public works wasn't be sent to residents until after the tow trucks began carting off vehicles. >> i got nothing. >> reporter: mat honey family had three cars removed from the front of their lake street home. >> i was confused, thought my car had been stolen. >> reporter: mike mahoney showed the $50 tickets from the city and $132 tow bills for each vehicle. >> it was not easy to get the car back. >> reporter: in all the city says 700 cars were ticketed and nearly 350 towed. since then residents have been expressing outrage on social
ago, the city manager announced all tickets and tow fees will be reimbursed. with more snow looming on the horizon, mahoney hopes it's a lesson well learned. >> maybe the city will be more, you know, wary of what time they give out the ban, considering the money that they're going to be losing because of it. >> city officials say that residents will have to fill out a claim form and present of practice of payment in order to get those fees reimbursed. you can get that claim format city hall or on the city's facebook page. live in worcester, i'm kathryn burcham, fox 25 news. chaos and confusion on the mbta when two people were shot on the t at maverick station. >> right when the doors opened, you heard boom, boom, boom. >> reporter: tonight we are hearing from witnesses who describe the fright continuing scene on that blue line train. fox 25's malini basu live in east boston with more on what happened. moll knee. >> vanessa and mark, still at
looking for the shooter. about three hours or so ago we spoke to a man feet away from the gun fire and he tells us people were hiding behind stairs, pillows, anywhere where they could get away from the gunfire. >> we all crouched on the ground by the elevator door. >> reporter: jamie was just feet away from where two people were shot on the maverick blue line this afternoon. >> first victim was shot on the train as he was exiting the train. so landed on the platform. the second i have was shot on the platform. witnesses say two people got into an art at the orient heist train stop. >> punches the cabby, started bleeding and that's when he reaches into his october and pulls out a handgun and all of a sudden we hear like a big pop. like a firecracker. >> reporter: as the 29-year-old victim was stepping out of the train, sources say the gunman shot him in the head.
the platform wases will shot. >> he fell face forward. >> train was coming and the doors open and you hear boom, boom, boom, and people running back on trying to get away from the gunfire and people started bursting everywhere. >> reporter: passengers were ducking for cover and trying to run out of the train station. >> everyone was screaming, people saying stay on the train, shut the doors, 31 way, run that way. and tonight police tell us both victims are expected to survive. in the meantime investigators also believe that the victim and the shooter, they may just know each other. coming up at 11:00, we'll get into more details about that. live in east boston tonight, malini basu, fox 25 news. breaking news in sudbury where fire caused major damage to a home. the fire started just after 7:30 tonight on brooks road. the second floor and attic was seriously damaged. at least one person is without a
cause of the fire. serial child molester and suspect in the disappearance of a lawrence boy will soon learn in a jury will let him go. duane chapman has already served a decade-long prison sentence and he has been trying to gain his freedom since the state had him civilly committed in 2007. now the decision in the hands of a jury. >> he's just too old and too sick and his life just won't the create the circumstances a that would allow him to be offend. >> 100 boys, 8 states, 2 countries. the depth and breadth of that deaf advanceies and he has had what i suggest is a tasteful treatment for a tidal wave of deaf answers. >> if at least 11 of 13 jurors find him sexually dangerous, he will stay in custody.
kevin o'connor shot his wife jeanine several times. the d.a. says it's a tragic case of domestic violence. >> the west ox biery man has been convicted tonight that 11 two people with devastating injuries. nicholas popocatepetl was found neglect and will be sentenced february 3rd and faces a maximum of two years behind bars. prosecutors say he was speeding with several other teens in his car and crossed the center line of the truck. the driver suffered brain trauma and can no longer communicate. the 14-year-old riding with pop do liss was thrown from the car is now in a wheelchair. we're expecting to learn soon when former patriot aaron hernandez will stand trial for a double-murder in boston. hernandez is accused of killing the two in 2012. last month a judge in boston delayed the start of the case because there are several pretrial mowings still undecided. new trial dates should be announced this week.
life sentence for the murder of odin lloyd in 2013. the pats in the play-offs becoming a cover story for sports illustrated. the magazine featuring the last tang okay the 17th meeting between two legendary quarterbacks tom brady and peyton manning. and there's no doubt about it, there's a lot of hype about this game. >> trash talking has started, as well, with gronk himself sending out a an interesting tweet tonight. tom leyden joins us with the pats' star tight end and what he had to say. >> when the broncos were chirping throughout the afternoon, the series of brady interviews, gronk responded with a simple men, when one of his fans reminded him to watch out for some dirty hits when he's in denver. gronk respond saying they want to be careful of the low hits by saying he heard the whole team is good in that category. he took a shot to his knee when the patriots lost to the broncos on november 29th. the bronx were pointing fingers at the pats all day.
how much they think gronk pushes off to get open. antonio smith agreed with the reporter who called tom brady a crybaby and jackson didn't back off when asked for his reaction to how brady handles himself on the field. >> it's one of the things that -- you know, i mean, it's a competitive game, you know, some people do. he's definitely a whiner but actually a big competitor too. >> just your average tuesday before a championship game. are you kidding me? a great way to kick off the week. ahead in sports, we've got more whining from the broncos, tom leyden, fox 25 news. >> tom and butch stearns are heading out to bring you coverage of the afc championship and it starts thursday right here on fox 25. it's a dangerous virus that
the cdc is warning pregnant women all new in the next half-hour. >> a dangerously close call for one driver when he lost control of his car and it crashed into an icy creek. >> they said i could have gotten killed if i hit a tree. >> reporter: while rescuers say one local stretch of road is particularly dangerous. and dozens of schools are canceled two days in a row. what the threats have in man. another bitter-cold night out there. the winds are gusting but of course all eyes are on the weekend. the latest marco rubio. he ran for senate saying
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>> the two had an argument over some candy. if you recognize him or know who he is, contact cambridge police. the fbi is investigating a series of threats against several schools scattered across eastern mass. >> 15 different communities affected today and investigators say most of the bomb threats were honored in phone calls but none turned out to be credible. last friday there was
a similar situation. several communities received similar threats forcing parents to pick up the children. as crystal haynes reports, no one is under arrest tonight but the fbi is working with state police to find a person responsible. they came back to school tuesday after the holiday to bomb threats later not to be
>> it's not fair to the parents, the kids or the community . >> reporter: mass state police say more than 14 communities were forced to go into
lock-down or evacuate school all together. >> i raced over here. >> reporter: students were sent home from newton north high school this morning, parents scrambling to pick up their kids as the school was swept by state, local, and federal law enforcement with bomb-sniffing dog. >> it's alarming and the children at first initially freak out because they know it's not a drill. there was a threat of a bomb and shooting. >> clearly upped the antitoday by threatening to shoot students and that's why we quickly took it very seriously. >> reporter: today's series of threats came just four days after seven schools received >> for some districts it's the second time in a row and the fbi has been called in. state police say some of the threats were made by phone and
calls, all taken very seriously. >> we don't want to minimize the case that individuals could be planning something and this is first phase of the operation. >> reporter: the security expert says school districts have no choice but to assume the threats are real until proven otherwise. >> basically utilizing wireless systems and infrastructures. >> reporter: crystal haynes, fox 25 news. the florida supreme court will not review the murder kwik of former fbi agent john connolly. >> connely was convicted of second-degree murder for tipping off mob james whitey bulger. connely's appeal hinge on whether he could be convicted of murder with a firearm when he was 1500 miles away in boston when callahan died. the florida justices declined to hear the case. the prison former house prosecutor is asking the high
he's serving an eight-year sentence for a corruption conviction. detaste macy says the pension payments were wrongfully withheld from his family and asking the court to reinstate them. a hearing will be held next month. >> a commanding lead over hillary clinton in the state of new hampshire. sanders jumping to 60% favorability, 20% higher than hillary clinton at this point. of course the new hampshire primary is set for february 9th. donald trump getting a key endorsement today from former alaska governor sarah palin. palin, you'll remember, was the 2008 republican vice-presidential candidate candidate. at a rally in iowa today she says she was proud to endorse trump saying he would defeat isis make change that the country really needs. republican presidential hopeful ted crowds spent the day campaigning in new hampshire. held a meet and greet in the town of freedom and told
conservative running for began. and fellow republican ben carson suspending his campaign tonight after a staffer was killed in a van crash in iowa. the van flipped after hitting a patch of ice earlier today and was hit by another car. dr. carson flew to omaha nebraska to visit the trauma center where the staff was treated and also there to confront the family. the mayor looked back at what he's accomplished so far and looked to the future and what he still wants to make happen. fox 25's ted daniel was there for the speech. >> any state of address is typically a love fest and this one was no different in that regard. however, there was a difference in this case because mayor marty walsh in a short period of time in office does have a number of wins, which he talked about. he talks about all those and more in less than 30 minutes. >> a kid from door chester who
some help gets to be mayor of the greatest city in the world. >> halfway into his first term, boston mayor marty walsh is all >> i'm here to report that the city of boston is as strong as it's ever been. >> reporter: with governor baker and everyone who's anyone in massachusetts politics looking on, the dorchester democrat looked back. >> homicides fell to a 16-year low. in 2015 we built more homes than ever. unemployment fell to a 14-year low. >> reporter: and looked ahead. >> lie forward to welcoming general electric to its new global headquarters in boston. >> mayor walsh devoted most of his speech to education. walsh says he saw the hundreds of boston public school teachers and parents protesting budget cuts when he arrived at symphony hall. it would have been hard to miss them. >> my son's school had budget cuts and so they're losing teachers and programs. so i understand the need for
drastic and i think that more needs to happen at the central office level. >> reporter: walsh called on state lawmakers to provide more educational funding for boston and other cities in the commonwealth like it. >> my job as mayor of the city of boston is to make sure the boston public school system is the best in the country and that's what i intend on doing. >> some of the other highlights from tonight, the mayor proposed raising the minimum wage in boston to $15 an hour. he also pledged a million dollars to several groups that helped aspiring artists. and the mayor got quite a reaction when he thanked city workers who spent much of last winter clearing off and removing the historic 10 feet of snow that fell in boston. reporting live in the back bay tonight, i'm ted daniel, fox 25 news. a local mom's identity stolen for a sick crime. the scheme that put her entire family at risk.
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story a bullet rips through the window of a hook at a couple's home. >> and tonight the homeowners tell us they fear their cat was the target. police say the bullet went through the window of the house sometime monday. the homeowner says he thinks the shooter must you have been right out front when they pulled the trigger. >> you never expect this to happen over here. >> they said their cat typically naps at that window sill and police are looking into the surveillance video in the area. a police achieve is being held on a million dollars bail tonight. he faced a judge in district court today wanted for the murder of a police officer in the dominican republic and most other charges as well, including felony enters in massachusetts. he was arrested at gunpoint after a chase that ended in dracut on sunday.
month. when he drove his car into the back of the building, you can see the damage caused by the crash. city hall was closed at the time. first of its kind report revealing the number of guns taken off the streets by police around the state. crime line data shows nearly 1,000 in last year alone. the status of the other 400 is unclear. the massachusetts chief of police association says the information is a start but the data needs
to dig deeper to figure out how the guns are getting into criminals' hands in the first place. two suspected drug dealers off the streets tonight after police found this in a chicopee apartment. officers executed a search warrant last week at the apartment and seized cocaine and cash that you see here. 39-year-old michael riviera and bryant rodriguez were arrested. police say this is not riviera's first drug dealing arrest.
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that was asking someone who a ducked her and raped her all part of a fantasy. the 45-year-old married man in court today saying this was not a plan to hurt anyone but a role playing fantasy online. the problem police say someone else was put in danger. >> my name and picture was on this disturbing sex web site and for me to be aware of my >> reporter: one of the women who was working with investigators on the case tells fox 25 news she was horrified when a detective called saying her photo, name and other contact information was being
web site called caller space.com. >> pretending to be me and said it was
my fantasy to be abducted, raped and he gave out my work address, my home address. >> reporter: police in groveland where one of the victims lives made the arrest. the massachusetts attorney general's office says in addition to giving out that personal informing about the women he is posing as, he also tried to give details on how to do the assaults. >> solicited dangerous weapons upon the woman as part of the sought that he was soliciting. >> reporter: using the screen name cute girl 42543 police say she said things like would you come here, stalk me and kidnap me. sheehan's attorney described it as something sheehan was doing online between himself and other males. >> it was role play only between the parties.
to 90 in some cases he actually knew the woman. one was a former coworker. object tonight a marathon bombing survivor is sharing one of her brightest. >> gregory posting these wedding photos. beautiful, telling the story of how she found the love of her life. college sweetheart. gregory says she has learned to appreciate her life so much more and so happy toe have a new husband by her side to appreciate it with her. we are dealing with some cold weather, no doubt about that, and also talking a lot about the coming weekend.
the question remains do we get hit or not? let's talk about it. see the snow flurries? not much to those. the next stop in the middle of the country, snow falling out here and it looks like there will be snow coming our way but it's not the case that will go south of us. i say likely because all of our computer models are saying the same thing. there's the low pressure here off the coast and make the way off towards the northeast. the blue line member is the freezing line or rain/snow line. northwesterly snow, southeast of there would be a mix or rain. this wants to go more east than northeast at least in the latest computer track by this is going to change. these paths will change again and again and flip back and forth on the computer models but good idea to get a gauge on what we're looking at. this can be a situation that
us sew some snow. s i've added this one and another one of our computer models. this one's called the rpm, this won't go as far out but you'll see a storm that comes to the east coast here and forms and brings rain and snow to the mid atlantic area. that's the nor easter here also forming and this computer model. where it goes from here though is still anybody's guess. from the carolinas, it will go toward us and bring us heavy snow or take a more easterly track out to the ocean to the south of and us not give us much more than a glancing blow. so here's what we believe is going to happen at this point. a nor easter forms on friday. seems like a high certainty, at least that much we know is going to happen. it's likely going to bring a little bit of snow at the very least for southern new england and the potential for heavy snow.
winds around it to whip up the waves and potentially cause some coastal flooding. full moon this weekend, and that cause as problem, too. those along the coastline need to monitor this. more than anyone. we can shovel the snow but it's really bad when you get the coastal flooding on top of that. temperatures in the teens and 20s across the area. seeing winds city blowing 12 to 25 miles per hour consistently higher, over 30 miles per hour at times and this is your windchill, 2 below in worcester, 3 above in boston. no doubt it is a code night out there and forecast temperatures are gonna be about 2, 5, 6 degrees warmer than you saute ed in the 30s, 33 in bridgewater, for instance. another cold but pretty normal for january. slightly below normal.
the 30s right through this week or slightly below normal and saturday and sunday will be the time frame. this storm will be a saturday storm if indeed it does hit. the latest information coming in at this hour, this is a critical hour when we start to see that sort of information. i'll report back in a few minutes. fenway will be rocketing in the summer. pearl jam announced today it will be playing two shows. they will play on friday august 5th and wrapping up sunday august 7th. the rock band has not played in massachusetts since 2013 when they were at the dcu center in worcester. and billy joel and jackson brown will also perform at the historic ballpark this year. the sound of music is glowing for students in boston. the boston conservatory and the symphony have agreed to merge into one school, focusing on
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confirmation tonight for the first time at the man known as jihadi john is dead. he was the english speaking voice on propaganda videos including the beheading of new hampshire journalist james foley. unmasking the man today. u.s. officials believe they killed him in a drone strike in an you a tax two months ago. the justices have agreed to hear a case that challenges president obama's executive actions to shield millions from
a federal judge stopped the actions after 26 states signed on to a lawsuit and today the white house said it's confident the president's actions are legal. >> clearly established by other presidents and within the confines of his authority as president of united states. >> massachusetts says among the states to file a court brief in support of the president's immigration action and the justices will likely
hear arts in the spring and hand down an opinion in june. reports tonight that two pregnant women in illinois have tested positive for a virus after recently traveling abroad. the cdc suggest some which get screened to the mosquito-borne virus. the condition causes babies to be born with seriously underdeveloped small heads and brains. a hollywood actor jumping in to help in a real life drama. police say a 32-year-old mass wan speeding when his car flipped and burst into flames.
and cut the
man out of his seat belt to free him. actor jamie foxx is one of the people who helped. police say the driver was later arrested for driving under the influence. >> changing the menu for school lunches. why the feds may add back in several foods that were banned from cafeterias in the past two years. >> but first local rescue crews are calling it a dangerous invest of road. >> a real motorcycle accident here.
people who saved his life. >> and fox 25's karen kavanaugh also spoke to first responders who say they've seen similar accidents on the same dangerous curve. >> well, in more ways than onely on redmond isn't exactly sure how his car plunged off into this icy creek tuesday morning. >> i felt like i hit something, and it had to be ice. >> reporter: redmond says the next thing he knew he was upside down kept in by a seat belt. >> i live right down the street and heard a crash. it sounded like a rouge tree falling down. >> reporter: but lee anderson knew better. >> i'm a retired firefighter and immediately came down and saw the car upside down and and went
>> reporter: that's what's left of that car now. analysts say he raced to help the driver as two other passerbys called 911. >> tapped on the window, yelled inside, you okay, you okay. he says, yeah, but i can't find my glasses. so. >> reporter: the experienced retired firefighter had already assessed the scene. they helped hip in the water and into an ambulance. >> it was some pretty bad injuries. it's a instant, instant area. >> they said i could have gotten killed.
say drivers approached this curve from straightaways in either direction and a instant trouble spot. today it was the site of over dangerously close call that unfortunately the 73-year-old didn't have to endure alone. >> very nice. >> don't mind me. i get emotional. >> reporter: you can imagine how the water felt on a day like today. mr. redmond says he really hopes he can personally meet the retired firefighters so he can thank them for everything he did
kerry kavanaugh, fox 25 news. massachusetts governor charlie baker says he's holding out hope tonight on a charter school bill. he accepted a bill with more than 25,000 signatures for a petition today. the goal is to pass a law that will lift the cap on charter school fees. the state president said he hopes to decide in the week if there's enough democrats to pass the charter school expansion
school lunch menus are getting another makeover. there's been a fight in washington to get fruits and veggies and whole grains on lunch trace but tonight white bread and other previously banned tents could be making a comeback. >> you guys ready to do some moving. >> reporter: in an effort to combat childhood obesity, politicians target the school lunch line spearheaded by the first lady. new federal standards require
vegetables and whole grains. >> kids get as many as half of their calories at school lunches every day. they're a critically important contributor to children's overall health. >> reporter: a senate bill would scale back some of those lunch rules to give schools more flexibility. the bill would ease requirements on whole grains and delay an upcoming deadline to cut sodium levels in school meals. >> right now all greens, 100% of greens, served at school have to
the new rules would be 80%, meaning schools once a week could serve foods like white rice or a regular bagel. >> some schools had a tough time finding a whole grain pasta that kids will really eat and enjoy. >> reporter: health advocates are calling the bipartisan bill a compromise. a half cup of fruit or vegetables at every meal is
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watch. >> and be kevin, we were talking earlier and you were telling me as the days go on and get closer to that storm's arrival, you will have a clear picture what to expect. when do you think that will happen? >> well, not much happening here, right. in the middle ever the country you're not gonna find some snow. but wait for this, those computer models work off of realtime data. you feed those into the models which then take the forecast into the future. without a lot of a data, you don't get very good answer. now that this has come onshore, we'll get more data. the speed of the computer models and by this time tomorrow night i'll know exactly what's going
tomorrow night. well, two breaking stories are on the way for you at 11:00. first, the coast guard calls off the search for 12 missing marines in hawaii. we're live in hingham where one of those marines is from. and at 11:00, what we've learned about what happened to this damaged home in sudbury. >> we know who arrested the patriots game this week. how would i tell you if they haven't lost with this guy on the field since 2000? plus, hoping for a little payback after the ugly loss. it seems like they've encouraged sibling rivalry all along. braidry was born in the same year as tom brady and peyton along after he became there. both brothers will square off in the afc championship. >> both squads teaming up to raise money. the jerseys they wore tonight are up for auction. i just tweeted out a link to that auction for you. you can find it on twitter @tom leyden. the 1-1 in the second, takes the stars to keep this thing going in the right direction. watch david posternok sets
is. >> weather dangerously cold and we're still watching what could be major snow this weekend. thanks for staying us with. >> fox 25's chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz is watching it all in our stormtracker weather center. >> let's talk more about that the weekend potential. everybody wants to talk about it on facebook and twitter and you're likely curious as well. the latest computer models not changing very much except that. late this afternoon when the new model run came in the model that took it farther to the south. the trend has been to go farther to the south. it means it's colder here, better chance for snow but also means less precipitation actually making it into the southern new england. there's also something called the rpm model which shows us the proprietary model and hitting the coast here and becoming a storm by friday evening. there's gonna be a big storm along the coast.