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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: hope your morning is off to great start, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. thank you for joining us after incredibly warm weather yesterday after the big hearty jacket. we are in store for much cooler day and joins us have the fox25 stormtracker weather center and warm for drizzle and not snow. >> shiri: not snow out there right now, green on the map.
hundred of inch of rain, really not very much. temperaturewise we are at 42 in boston, we got a couple 30s on the maps, spots like worcester and fitchburg and nashua with and temperatures all above freezing and even if we get a flurry, melt on the way down and 9:00 this morning, got the risk that continues to the cape and islands of drizzle and pretty mild there and 40 noon time in the boston area and things brighten up and keep close eye in southern new hampshire and boston area and in time for the 38 to 44 and morning sprinkles and afternoon flurries and accumulating light snow the end of the week coming up. julie grauert with live drive time traffic and keeping close eye on the accidents. >> julie: we have accident on
just saw it clear and it is the x-ray northbound so it will stay slow because heavy volume always average speeds 17 miles per hour on 93 south as you head through the medford area. here is look at live drive times, 26 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 42 minutes 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 32 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: following breaking news in norwood this morning. a police officer injured after an overnight chase. you're looking at a white truck pursuit. >> sara: overnight we did learn this all started during a traffic stop. fox25 jessica reyes is live at the norwood police station and, jess, this chase went through at least three towns. >> jessica: it did, sara. police here at the norwood police station say it lasted for about 20 minutes, it was mostly along route 1a and norwood, walpole and foxborough. and we understand the police officer was hurt when the suspect bumped him with his truck when he took off when he
now, we we know it started and ended here in norwood, went norwood down 1a into walpole and foxborough and there the suspect turned around and state police put out stop sticks in foxborough, but the suspect was able to make it from there to prospect and railroad in norwood from the scene there. police say he crashed into a pole which wassa what finally stopped him, and you could see the white truck which you believe is the vehicle involved. police say the whole chase lasted 20 minutes from here the suspect was arrested and he and the passenger who was with him were taken to the hospital for their injuries. now, we know that police officers also still in the hospital this morning. police here in norwood say his injuries were pretty hyper, cuts and bruises, things like that,, expected to be okay and the suspect is still in the hospital as well and we are working with police right now to get a better understanding what charges he is facing. also why they have warrants for him in the first place, and as soon as we get the information we will pass it right along to you. right here in norwood, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news.
driver seriously injured following a crash on east street in mansfield. the video around 4:30 this the scene. the car went over the guardrail and car was destroyed and road was closed as police investigated. >> sara: on north shore this morning we are waiting to learn the identities of two people peabody. police say they uncovered the crime after getting a frantic call from a relative. fox25 michael henrich is live at the scene where these victims were found on the front porch, michael. >> michael: positive identification of those two people who were found here on winter street could take some time. i have reached out to the d.a.'s office, though, to make sure once the information is available we can written that to you. this about 13 hours after those bodies were found here in what is being described as a murder-suicide. a quiet street lined with police
down the block, and a bloody discovery made on the front porch of a winter street home in peabody. >> on the phone with a relative in brazil. the relative heard a commotion and altercation and the line went dead. >> michael: the district attorney says the person in brazil then called another relative in peabody to dial 911. police say it appears a man killed the 51-year-old woman with a knife, then turned it on himself. they say the two knew each other but were not related. a man who identified himself as a friend of the woman says she is originally from brazil and was a self-employed house cleaner. that friend tells fox25 she recently expressed concern about her safety because a man she newell had been harassing her. that said, police say they have no record of any trouble at the home and neighbors are having a tough time coming to grips with what happened on winter street. >> shock.
something like this happened around here. >> michael: again, as soon as information comes out about the identities of the woman and man in the incident we, of course, will bring you that information right away right here on the fox25 morning news. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: 7:06 following developing news on west coast this morning where leaders of armed militia now under arrest. it ended with deadly confrontation with the fbi. fox25 daniel miller has the late night details on the story that's been unfolding for weeks now. >> daniel: that's right, gene. the armed propest at oregon wildlife refuge stretched into the fourth week less than 12 hours after a shootout began police and protest one is dead. ammon bundy and several members of the group were arrested. authorities pulled over lavoy finicum and bundy's brother and big buck boulevard refused to surrender and shootout began but
and shot three times by police. finicum died at the scene. bundy's father says the sons were not a threat to anyone. >> land grab goes to show you how far the federal government will go to kill people. >> daniel: the activist that was killed in the standoff was one of the most outspoken members of the group saying he would die for his freedom. the group took over the weld life refuge to take over land policies and prosecution of two oregon ranchers. this morning armed militia and four other members are behind bars in federal custody. they are charged with felony conspiracy. three other activists were arrested separately. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: now at 7:00 brockton teenager shot by a stray bullet is home from the hospital. zawas shot earlier this month in his own kitchen when a bullet flew through the wall and struck him in the shoulder. a facebook post high school senior says he won't be going to
still needs time to heal but he was doing better than he was. police believe the shooting happened when people in two karzai opened fire on each near neara zach's home. >> sara: hit-and-run crash that left one in critical condition is out on bail this morning. only fox25 cameras were there as alexandre deoliveira of lowell walked out of jail yesterday with his family and friends by his side. prosecutors say the 22-year-old crashed into touch chhim on thorndike street monday and hit another car while driving away. police say deoliveira admitted to smoking marijuana the morning of the crash. the victim's family is devastated that their loved one was just left in the street. >> i don't know why he like that person would do something like that. at least to stay. he could have killed someone. >> sara: chelsea chhim is in critical condition and they are not sure if they make it. sara: route 9 will be
deadly crash. according to metrowest daily news the road will be closed eastbound between main street and oaks road in framingham. last wednesday patrick stratton street. the driver who hit him faces dui and dangerous driving charges. >> gene: cyber crime trying to track down the source of several bomb threats in weymouth as we reported yesterday morning. eight computer generated bomb threats weymouth police department and several stores. police department believe the threats are linked to others made against schools over the last weeks. the crimes are difficult to solve because suspects use technology to hide identity. >> make it look as if they are using a computer somewhere completely different from where they are actually sitting. >> gene: weymouth's mayor says resources. >> sara: hundreds line the streets in hingham holding signs and flags as they welcome home
the family of u.s. marine corps corporal christopher orlando arrived in logan airport where state police escorted him to his hometown. he was killed off from a helicopter crash off hawaii last month. they declared all 12 marines dead and it is important for them to show support. >> grew up with chris in part of the community, sweet boy, a little surfer boy, and we loved him so much and we are so sad. >> sara: people in hingham say the turnout was better than they could have imagined. >> gene: state taking over a troubled school system. the board of education let the state commissioner to let someone take over the powers of the superintendent and school committee in south bridge. recent review for you understand southbridge one of the poorest performing districts and this is the third district the state has
>> julie: shiri? >> shiri: temperatures lower 40s most of you and most of you are dry but we have light rain over the cape so kids, parents, teachers plan on going down another degree. show you when the flurries will move in next. >> sara: it truly is the worst nightmare for commuters. freak accident killed driver on 128. coming up at 7:30, what we learned about the drivers involved and why no charges may be filed. plus, it sure sounds like a good deal. coming up the money back
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chatham harwhich and orleans area. >> sara: a local university helping new students get a leg up on the competition. promising students it will land a job with nine months of graduation. or the school pay the federal student loans for a year. the employment promise program applies to full time undergrad starting with the class of 2020. the school hopes this will helps students make a smooth transition. >> move from classroom to the campus to the community and to a career. >> sara: must maintain a 3.0 and counseling and community service and internship. >> gene: hundreds of staple corporate employees were yesterday. staples announced the company
four top executives and seal a 6 billion-dollar merger with office depot and staples plans to close 225 stores the next two years. gene: japanese toyota sold more than 10 million vehicles in 2015 and they had to recall car for dangerous and faulty airbags made by takata. volkswagen and general motors came in second and 3rd place for sales. gene: weight watchers sores after oprah said she lost 26 pounds with their help. she posted a video on twitter announcing her weight loss progress. since then the company's market value went up $150 million, more than $5 million for each pound she lost. >> sara: doctors say pregnant woman on the cape are being tested for possible exposure to dangerous virus. the cape cod times says several
brazil are getting tested for the mosquito borne virus zica. there's cases in brazil and pregnant women should avoid travel to places. gene: new recommendation for pregnant women and new moms. >> sara: u.s. preventative task force recommends that women should be screened for depression before and after giving birth. the task force says 9% of pregnant women and 10% of new moms go through a depressive episode. studies have shown that babies and toddlers with depressed moms are prone to having lots of health problems. gene: 7:17, major recall at whole foods, pepperoni pizza in new england were labeled incorrectly and they were made with uncured beef but the pepperoni is actually pork. the whole foods brand pizza in
friday and customers can return the pizza to the stores where they were purchased. >> julie: good morning, everybody, 7:18, green line e branch service suspended between big am circle because of track problem and slow conditions on the prey from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. shifting north of town pretty typical volume from woburn down to medford and somerville, average speeds 11 miles per hour as you could see moderate volume on the zakim bridge and on the leverett connector. here are your live drive times, 32 minutes on route 1 from 138 to the tobin, 48 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 32 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and tracking a downward temperature trend. shiri? >> shiri: at 51 yesterday which was the one day treat. i warned you yesterday warrant going to last us very long. today back to the 40s and things keep getting cooler as we
weekend and watching closely over the cape at ten or 11:00 this morning and gone and watch flurries actually southward sought of new hampshire into massachusetts for the afternoon and friday snow very light, very limited, very lacking in my opinion. 42 though in boston as we speak, and that comes with mostly cloudy skies, a little 15 miles per hour breeze, not going to be as breezy as yesterday, but we will get some gust this afternoon up around 20, 25 miles per hour. cool down is not done yet either we dip into the upper 30s by 11:00 this morning, slightly recovered this afternoon by going up by a couple of degrees, but spots like nantucket now at forty four where we have the rain and rain hang tight until the morning and showers in place, light from the cape and islands but through about 11:00 this morning, the risk is there, and temperatures really don't move very much. likewise spots like worcester at 35 , get up to 37 this afternoon, so get stuck in the
this afternoon, lower 40s for the rest of the area including nashua, fitchburg, bedford at 41, boston and beverly at 42, 41 in plymouth and 40 in chatham this afternoon and there you can see the morning showers fade away. we get partial clearing this afternoon. this is lunchtime and we get some partly sunny skies but a lot of on and off clouds will follow us into the afternoon hours. and here at 5:00 p.m. you see how this is really close to boston, that's because we got the little disturbance coming on through and trigger some of the flurries in the boston area and into southern new hampshire early this afternoon, but it does pass across boston around the evening commute, so don't be surprised if you find a couple flurries out there on your drive home from work. tomorrow increasing clouds, nor'easter stays almost all offshore and risk out across the cape, overnight and friday morning and friday we got the little disturbance spreading in light snow, the disturbance coming from the north and friday snow accumulation will be very did i say lacking? there you have it, coating to
going to be pretty scattered in there, flurries to the south but we got more 30s on tap saturday with risk of a little more patchy and very light snow. back to you guys. >> gene: coming up rare pointing that's going public after decades under wraps and why it is a big deal that it is coming here. it is unbelievable video.
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>> gene: two people dead and three others injured from the seahawks stadium. officers say two gunman went to the camp and tracked down the victim before
opening fire and police say they know who the gunman are about they have not made any arrests as of yet. >> gene: naval medical center open after reports of a shooter on campus. facebook page included post that says all occupants advised to run, hide or fight. workers at the hospital had to
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not find a gunman. >> sara: school principal died acfiscal cliffing herself from getting children hit by a bus. susan jordan was principal in indiana for 22 years. tuesday she was helping load children on to the bus when another bus jumped the curb and headed right for the kids. jordan pushed kids out of the way and bus hit and killed her. >> she was just very, very caring toward me and my family. >> sara: police are still investigating the crash. the drive says she doesn't know why bus jumped the curb. sara: terrifying moment for police officer in ohio. he miraculously survived and officer directing traffic on side of the road as semi truck comes barreling toward him. see him get hit and dragged.
broken hand and needed 25 stitches but otherwise is okay. he hopes he can get back to work soon. >> gene: baby monitor catches a little girl during bedtime prayers and video is everywhere on the web. >> i thank my daddy, thank my mommy. amen. >> sara: so cute. >> gene: just melts her heart. her parents went her it had bed without saying nightly prayers. they were rushing to go to panthers game on sunday and little girl took it upon herself to say prayers anyway and even thanked santa and monitor captured the whole thing and paired for mommy, daddy, and on facebook shared thousands of times. why not? that's good stuff. >> sara: she is a cutie patootie and rubbing her belly. i love santa.
they had their car seat already installed but a local couple's preparation actually got in their way when forced to give birth on the side of the road. their memorable story coming up. >> shiri: tracking light showers this afternoon and going to be flurries and sunshine back by this time tomorrow. hour-by-hour look at the forecast coming up. >> sara: focus for fox25 investigation for months. man gets sticker shock when gets you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health caret and child care so people canr actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done. i'm hillary clinton and i
complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: >> sara: now at 7:30, cloud and he damp this morning as we look live in boston right now, the rain drops now with some cooler temperatures today, and everybody, we made it to wednesday, it
is a grade day. >> gene: hump day. >> sara: favorite word. happy birthday. >> julie: thank you. >> shiri: temperatures this morning pretty mild and rain drops. looks a lot worse on radar than
happening now, orleans, nantucket, vineyard and temperatures in the 40s and obviously it is just going to be
plain rain, even in bourne at 38 and a little bit of purple popping up on the map, colder air trying to move in, if you get a couple snowflakes falling from the sky, going to melt on the way down and melt when it hits the ground. 42 in boston, a lot of that drying up on the way down, same deal in wayland, in maynard this morning where we have just and even 35 being the coolest in worcester and ashburnham this morning and passing over the risk and icy spots this morning and continue to monitor through about 10:00 this morning. by noon we are dry but there's still some lingering clouds at about 41 , lower 40s 3:00 p.m. and not much movement on the temperature front today and there will be flurries around and especially from boston no ward during the course of the afternoon and hour-by-hour look at those coming up in a couple minutes.
live drive time traffic and, from sky fox. >> julie: several ambulances and emergency vehicles off south bay
and right shoulder and right lane are blocked right now, so creating a bit of bottleneck situation. also want to take you up to 495 in the westford area, we had an earlier car fire, it has been cleared, but delays stretching all the way back to littleton past 110 right now. so i avoid this chunk of 495 northbound until it has completely cleared up when it has i will let you know. 93 south sluggish from medford down into somerville. here are live drive times, 42 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave. 38 minutes on the. expressway to the pike and 36 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: we continue to follow breaking news overnight in
injured during a high-speed chase. >> sara: the driver was wanted on several warranties when the suspect took off. jessica reyes live at the police station and went through several towns but only lasted 20 minutes. >> jessica: very quick high-speed chase and one of our producers got caught up in it and chase the suspect down route 1a earlier this morning and moments before it came to an end. we all it know all started and ended here in norwood, went from norwood down 1a into walpole and foxborough. from there the suspect apparently turned out, and state police put out stop sticks and able to make it from prospect to norwood and railroad. the suspect crashed into a pole which finally stopped him and white truck which we believe the vehicle was involved. police say the chase again lasted about 20 minutes from here the suspect was arrested
along with his passenger to be checked out for injuries sustained in that crash. now, we know as well an officer was injured as well in this chase when first started on lenox ave in norwood and suspect bumped him with his truck, he was taken to the hospital to be checked out for some minor injuries, cuts and bruises, things like that, but police here in norwood say he is expected to be okay. as for charges police say they are still looking into that but as soon as we get that information we will pass it along to you. live here in norwood, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: developing this morning the leaders of armed militia which occupied federal land in oregon, they are now under arrest. some of the militia were involved in shot-out with fbi after a traffic stop last night. one of them was killed, five others arrested, including leader, ammon bundy, and the
the group has been protesting federal land policies and criminal prosecution of two oregon ranchers. >> gene: new in marathon bombing case, the course is expected to release hundreds of pieces of evidence that helped convict dzhokhar and this is evidence that no one has seen before. >> catherine: we did see a great deal of evidence and photos and tidbits from interviews and things of that nature and learn more and don't know exactly when it will be released and told the work the clerk's office to work as expeditiously and hundreds of pieces of evidence will be released including photos, reports from experts and various motions. before and during last year for dzhokhar tsamaev they filed some
the trial they had to agree what was public and search warrants results and things left in his umass dorm room, reports about jury selection and interviews and documented related to the testimony of sister helen prejean. it killed three and injured hundreds of others and m.i.t. officer sean collier was killed days later at the start of the manhunt for the brothers. now, i did just speak with legal analyst brad bailey, gave a little bit of insight and not unexpected the materials would be unsealed, sealing never meant to be permanent, something done to protect the integrity of the trial and in terms of appeal process, brad bailey says it won't have any bearing because they will focus on materials that came out during the course of the trial. of course, much of the evidence now pertains to the trial and,
particular that relates to earlier case and tell you more about that next hour. live from the marathon finish line, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: judge asking for sexual abuse scandal at bridgewater. kids were molested at university's daycare center. the parents want the school to release documents about the investigation into the case. the school says the lawsuit should be dismissed. former employee of the daycare former director both face criminal charges. >> gene: this morning police investigating freak accident that killed man driving one of the area's busiest highways. fox25 alerted to you as it was breaking yesterday afternoon. route 128 south near exit 31 in lexington. investigators say a rare tire flew off a pickup truck, went over a median and hit car inside. it was so intense it took off
windshield. the driver of the pickup 19-year-old woman and neither was man and neither identified yet and tow truck driver tells us the driver of the truck was on her way to night school at the time of the crash. police say they will release more information later this morning. >> sara: emergency safety improvements are complete on dangerous stretch of road. in october mother and nine-month-old son were killed on charlton oxford line. neighbors refer to it as dead man's curve. the curve is now 5 feet wider and guardrail to separate traffic. new flashing warning signs and speed detection signs are also up and permanent project also expect to be completed in 2025. >> gene: update this morning fox25 investigates report into a $48,000 towing bill. walpole driver got stuck in the
kavanagh for help and state regulators called in for a hearing. we know bill has been trimmed down to $6,400. and couple has been cited for violating two state towing regelations. >> sara: you could soon own a piece of massachusetts history. a into owned by judge in salem witch trials will be auctioned off next week. jonathan corwin, one of nine judges that oversaw the trial, later passed down to descendant and say the witch book is worth $40,000. sara: museum in boston will display mexican artist that depict two maids that worked for her mother, painted in 1928 and privately held for nearly 80 years. the msa estimates there are only
even the met in new york doesn't have one. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. southbound bay still rocking right-hand shoulder and part of the right lane creating a bottleneck situation. i will have the live drive times for you in a moment. >> shiri: see how we have a chance of precipitation this afternoon to the north and west of boston? that's flurries. i will give you hour-by-hour look when we come back. >> gene: 7:40, eight months later, reason for deadly amtrak train derailment, but there's a new theory. what federal official are looking at now as possible cause. gene: tom brady's legacy was questioned during deflategate. now it is peyton manning's turn for scrutiny. what the noah frantz jocelyn is
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spear here and light rain steady over the southcoast as well as just over the bridge over to the cape and notice the heaviest snow and rain is falling in east har wick and even at that it is going to be pretty light this morning. >> sara: iowa caucuses less than a week away and a major shake-up. the lead candidate is skipping the next debate. why donald trump will not be on stage and, daniel, he is already sending new tweets about this this morning. >> daniel: donald trump at it again and doesn't like whose moderating the debate so he is not going. months of tensions between trump and fox news anchor megan kelly and trump tweeted saying i refused to call megan kelly a bimbo because that would not be
network refused to remove her so late last night trump bailed out and posted a video on instagram account explaining his decision. >> megan kelly is really bias against me. she knows that, i know that, everybody knows that. do you think she could be fair at a debate? >> daniel: news release posted on trump's twitter page. he will be hosting an event in iowa to raise money for veterans and wounded warriors. megan kelly said the debate would go on with or without mr. mr. trump. they can agree on moderate and her analysts believe the impact could have major impact ottawa what caucus and new hampshire primary. we will keep you updated all morning. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: happening today on democratic side, vermont senator
extended meeting with president obama since the campaign gained traction. the
meeting will be informal with no set agenda and will be out there covering every angle and live report this sunday on fox25 news at 10:00. >> gene: last month al-jazeera america said peyton manning had human growth hormone shipped to his wife under his wife's name. they are playing carolina panthers. >> sara: victory gives head coach elaine clemons holbrook six hundred thirty-fourth win and most wins over any girls coach in massachusetts.
four as final buzzer range. the coach says she is more focused on rest of season than legacy. >> i'm not
going to worry about that because a lot more games to be concerned it and when i'm eighty five i will think about it. >> sara: something the coach says she is really proud of. >> gene: top programs in the state too. local company makes a quick decision when the third girl decides to arrive before getting to the hospital. this is a picture of jennifer and mark's new daughter harper. she was born in the back of the family's van which was stopped on 495 in foxborough. couple heading to emerson hospital in concord but didn't make it in time. instead jennifer hopped into the back seat of the van and mark caught the baby in the fleece jacket he was wearing. before delivering his daughter, mark had to remove the infant car seat that was already
>> sara: sebelius -- celebrity couple having second child. got married in 2010 and have a two-year-old girl named hazel. >> shiri: 7:00 at any rate and go back out to live pictures sky fox has been bringing us. over the expressway southbound after south bay and tow truck and several cars still off to the right-hand shoulder and part of the right lane is blocked as well. >> julie: so creating a bit of bottleneck situation in southbound lanes. meanwhile northbound seeing heavy volume from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road which is typical for our morning commute. route 193 south jammed new accident on route 3 southbound. this is right
after 495 in the billerica area. here are those live drive times, 42 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 42 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and 48 minutes
meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and, shiri, heading out the door, a little bit of cloudy start out there. >> shiri: cloud cover and point out temperature is 42 , we are seeing a pretty decent spread between the temperature and the dew point temperature and the bigger the gap between the two numbers, the dryer the air, so although you see a little hint perhaps this morning on radar of some precipitation over the boston area, just too dry to really get it down to the ground. we have had though, light showers that continue for the cape and islands this morning, this is front number one today, this is front number two and front number two is going to spill in some snowflakes this afternoon, only in the form of some flurries and there you have it through the morning hours, keeping a close eye on the cape and islands, rain not going to be very heavy. looking at under tenth of inch of rain, fades away by ten or en:00 this morning. after that by noon time we are talking partly sunny skies out there, but notice here comes the
along the mass, new hampshire border around 3:00 p.m. and when kids coming home from school we will have couple flurries in that direction and sags boston area around the evening commute and lands over southeastern massachusetts at dinner time tonight and going to be mild enough to get maybe a quick sprinkle or very lonely flurry out there and i think the gist of it is most of it will stay dry today and i do want you to be ready for the chance of flurry. 42 for boston and framingham, 37 in worcester, 39 in keene and 41 in hyannis. these not just the high temperatures today. these are basically the temperatures right now. so you see very little movement as far as temperatures go today, but tonight we are going to be back into the 20s. that means that we have the potential for a couple spots here black ice because, of course, melting today, melting tomorrow. tomorrow similar temperatures back into the lower 40s, we got sunshine when you wake up on thursday, clouds will be
two storm systems, this is the nor'easter skims the capes with overnight rain drops and better chance of seeing light snow as we head into the friday forecast and forecast with weekend in view and looking at tiny bit of accumulation, coating to an inch of snow north of the mass pike and flurries to the south and a little bit of light snow on saturday. back to you guys. >> sara: there's mystery music playing inside a empty building. tune that has been blasting for months and no one knows what's up. sara: plus may be he is
expensive this man in >> gene: concern is growing as three escaped inmates and reward jumped to $200,000. one of the escapees is convicted killer. the man is evil as hannibal lecter in silence of the lambs. there was a hole in the prison cell which was used by inmates to escape last week. 16 hours passed before anyone
>> sara: man under arrest after a very risky smuggling operation. stopped the man arriving from cuba two and a half weeks ago after a quick search they found six live birds and a fanny pack and that's not all. further search found another three live birds tucked in his pants. the birds are in special tubes that couldn't move during his flight and planned on selling the birds. sara: police trying to thousands of dollars in botox. he grabbed a trash can and loaded it with about 20 thousand dollars worth of medication. the man took off with the trash can full of goods. police have not made any arrests. sara: kitten rescued from a storm drain after being there for almost a week.
sight to the tunnels and drains. animal control kept an eye on the cat but had trouble keeping track of it. approximate -- finally he was caught by a police officer and crews were able to pull it out of drain. >> gene: hope the cat is okay. the time man is in back to future is making come back. the delorean has not been made in more than three decades. of course, that was the car for time travel and motor company in texas will start building the cars again. as news spread people started shipping old models to texas to have them refurbished. new ones are expected to be out next year. gene: no word on how many miles to the gallon it gets but only has 2,000 miles on it. actually just under 2,000.
sale ebay motors. >> sara: $350,000. >> gene: arnold drove it. high school student sits down at public piano and ways the crowd. >> gene: and story gets crazier, unconventional way he learned to play without being able to read music. >> shiri: incredible stuff right there and we had temperatures in the lower 50s in boston and beverly, marshfield. marshfield at 54 and nashua. but today almost 10 cooler. look at cooler forecast and when it is cold enough for snow next. >> sara: plus it is still an active investigation this morning. a man stabs a woman before taking his own life. the final call made b announcer: where do you line up with john kasich on the issues? take the kasich quiz! forced obamacare expansion in ohio. voted for massive defense cuts and defended the process that closed pease air force base, which cost thousands
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using it to their advantage. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. shiri spear look at showers moving through. >> shiri: planted over southeastern massachusetts, barnstable, falmouth, where we have the showers and going to be wet in the locations for the next couple of hours and expect them to fade away between ten and 11:00 this morning, rest of the area looking okay and i think the key here is everybody is above freezing. we have a couple spots worcester, fitchburg and nashua and portsmouth, new hampshire and 30s and upper 30s and 40s in boston down across the south shore and very little movement in the temperatures today what you get now what you get for most of the day and as we head into the afternoon here at noon time, see things brightening up just slightly and
a couple snowflakes sagging way out of southern new hampshire down toward the boston area and 38 to 44 today after these morning showers over the cape we get some afternoon flurries across the region and i got a closer look at that and some more widespread light snow here as we head into the friday. that timeline coming up, now julie grauert with live drive time traffic keeping a close eye on sky fox this morning. >> julie: sky fox expressway southbound after south bay near columbia road and that right shoulder still blocked and causing delays into the city because of that multi-vehicle crash. traffic on the expressway northbound still heavy and steady which is typical for this time the commute. 93 south remains slow as does route 1 through saugus. here are live drive times, 33 minutes route 1 from 138 to the tobin, 45 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 49 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene and sara, back to you.
breaking news in norwood, police officer is recover after the driver of this truck hit him during a traffic stop before leading police on high-speed chase. >> sara: the chase wound through three towns. >> gene: chase went through three towns this morning and jessica reyes live at the norwood police station. any update how the officer is doing? >> jessica: gene, at last check we understand he is still in the hospital being checked out, but his injuries do sound to be minor, cuts and bruises, things like that, definitely expected to be okay. and this chase we know did last for 20 minutes this morning. some of the employees actually saw it as they were making their way into work. one of the producers actually got caught up in it. she was watching as several cruisers chased him down route 1a as it came to an end. went down route 1a from there and walpole and foxborough. from there the suspect apparently turned back to go
sticks in foxborough and only got one of the tires and suspect was able to make this there all the way to prospect and railroad here in norwood. take a look. this is from the scene there where it finally ended and police say crashed into the pole which is what finally stopped him and you can see the white truck which we understand the vehicle involved and whole thing last again for about 20 minutes and was arrested from the scene here at prospect and railroad and he and the passenger he was with taken to the hospital to be checked out for the injuries. once again, the police officer we understand, he is still in the hospital this morning but the injuries are not serious. police here said that he was bumped with the suspect's car when he first took off, but he is expected to be okay to be released soon. right now we are expecting an update from police within the next 30 minutes to an hour hoping to get some more information about some of the charges he is facing and
we know that police first went after him because he had warrants out for
were for with respect jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: driver seriously injured after a crash in mansfield. in about 4:30 this morning from the photographer at the scene. the caare went over the guardrail and driver fell out of the car. the car is destroyed and road was closed for awhileas police >> sara: this morning we are still waiting to
learn the identity of two people killed in murder-suicide in peabody. michael henrich live at the scene where a frantic call from a relative led police to this disturbing find, michael. >> michael: we are waiting to hear back who the people were, man and woman killed here on front porch on winter street in peabody. i just heard back from the district attorney's office within the last 40 minute or so and saying as soon as they have the positive identifications
will pass it along to us. a quiet street lined with police tape, a car taken into evidence down the block and a bloody discovery made on the front porch of winter street home in peabody. >> she was on phone with relative in brazil, relative heard commotion and altercation and line went dead. >> michael: the district attorney says the person in brazil then called another relative in peabody to dial 911. police say it appears a man killed the 51-year-old woman with a knife and then turned it on himself. they say the two knew each other but were not related. man identified himself as friend of the woman, saying she was originally from brazil and self-employed house cleaner. the friend tells fox25 she recently expressed concern about her safety because man she newell had been harassing her. that said, police say they have no record of any
trouble at the home and neighbors are having a tough time coming to grips with
>> shock. hard to believe something like this happened around here. >> michael: two cars behind me parked here on winter street, nobody has come out of these cars, but there are people in them and most activity they have. we have seen this morning since police cleared the scene late last night during the 11:00 news and as soon as we
get more information about this investigation, especially, of course, the identities once they are released we will bring it to you right here on the fox25 morning news. for now though live in peabody, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: standoff at federal wildlife sanctuary is over. now one protester is dead, several others are under arrest. fox25 daniel miller has the late night details on the fbi traffic stop that the ended in shootout. >> daniel: armed protest at the oregon wildlife refuge stretched into the fourth week,
shootout between police and protesters leaving one of the protesters dead. yesterday around 7:00 protest leader here ammon bundy and several members of the group were arrested. authorities pulled over lavoy finicum and bundy's brother. they refused to surrender and said finicum had hands up and shot three times by police. bundy's brother suffered minor injuries but finicum died at the scene. bundy's father says his sons were not a threat to anyone. >> this is a land grab and shows you how far the federal government will go to kill people. >> daniel: activist that was killed in the standoff was one of the most outspoken members of the group saying he would die for his freedom. the group took over the wildlife refuge a month ago to protest federal land policies and criminal prosecution of two oregon ranchers. this morning ammon bundy and four other members are behind bars in federal custody charged
three other activists were arrested separately. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> daniel: 8:08 and boston police searching for the gunman accused of shooting for another man over parking spot in dorchester. boston mayor marty walsh tells fox25 he is not sure if this was a fight over a space saver or actual parking space. either way he wants people to stay calm this winter. >> asking people to be curious of one another and incidents where tires slashed and parking spaces and they are not going to be tolerated. >> gene: the victim in the incident is expected to recover. >> sara: man charged in two hit and run crashes including one that left a victim in critical condition is out on bail this morning. only fox25 cameras were there as alexandre deoliveira of lowell walked out of jail yesterday with his family and friends by his side. prosecutors say the 22-year-old crashed into touch chhim on
then hit another car while driving away. police say deoliveira admitted to smoking marijuana the morning of the crash. the victim's family is devastated that their loved one was just left in the street. >> i don't know why he like -- that person would do something like that. at least stay -- he could have killed someone. >> sara: chhim is still in boston hospital. >> gene: family of fallen hero and christopher orlando arrived at logan airport and police escorted him back to his own town. he was killed off hawaii last month after a search it was declared they were all dead and family said it was important to show their support.
of the community and surfer boy and loved him so much and were so sad. >> gene: the turnout was better than they could have imagined. >> julie: hour 93 south from andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: 40 and see what time in the next week we are back into the 50s next. >> sara: old book with a big price tag why the famous owner makes at least $40,000. >> gene: new report about the deadly train derailment in philadelphia. coming up next what the driver
>> shiri: south yarmouth dennis and barnstable, a little bit steadier there, we have actually got moderate rain pass edgartown in few minutes. >> gene: two people are dead and three others injured and happened few blocks from the seahawks stadium. officers say two gunman went to the camp and tracked down victim before opening fire and knew who the gunman are without making arrest. gene: 4:30 in the morning and almost 100 crew members responded to do the scene and at least one person was in the building but person managed to get out and no word yet in the cause of the fire. >> sara: millionaire accused
men will plead guilty to weapons charge. lawyer for robert durr come from arrest in march and prosecutors in california want them returned to the state to stand trial for the death of woman in 2000 and victim claimed to have knowledge about durst alleged volume in the first wife in 1982. the cases recently on documentary where durst appeared to make a confession. >> gene: investigators have new information about deadly amtrak crash. the train was going more than double the speed limit when flew off the tracks and hit the emergency brakes second before the crash and officials say the engineer may have been distracted by radio chatter from other train parents and using cell phone and killed two people
>> sara: university helping students get leg up on competition. they are promising students will land a job within nine months of graduation and school will pay the federal student loans for a year. employment promise program applies to full time undergrads in 2020 and hopes the students will make a smooth transition. >> so they can move from classroom to the campus to the community and to a career. students must maintain 3.0 minimum gradepoint average and counseling and community counseling and internship. >> julie: good morning, everyone, 8:17 and waiting for the accident to clear on expressway southbound, right at columbia road and it has caused delays through the last 45 minutes. shifting over to the pike we have an accident westbound, it is right before the weston tolls and that is backing things up into the newton area.
through brunet -- brighton heavy steady new newton into the city. 43 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 39 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now keeping a close eye on trending temperatures that are heading a little bit cooler. >> shiri: temperatures really warm yesterday, up at 51 . today back into the 40s which is still above average, average only 36 but you will see temperatures continue to cool as we head into the end of the week and weekend, so the deal as we go through the morning hours today, it is the fact that we will have a couple cape showers around town. you know, the boston area not looking bad at this hour though. boston we got mostly cloudy skies on tap and we are going to see possibly some flurries later today and cape is where we have some showers until about 10:00 this morning, few flurries
coming out of new hampshire into massachusetts and friday snow can we say lacking, really not a lot out there now and we have the showers and nantucket at 43 , want to point out we have rain now and check it out, rain lasts through noon time and then it is gone. still tapping mostly cloudy skies with near steady temperatures, even boston, you will be almost cattic today which carries high up to 42 there, there, beverly and lawrence and worcester today 37, keene 39 and lower 40s straight down across north shore and south shore both and here is where risk of snow comes into play. once the noon time showers pull away completely from the cape and islands, we see some partial clearing. here is band of snow coming out of central new england moving into southern new hampshire and northern massachusetts by about 3:00 p.m., boston area by 5:00 p.m. and that means in time for the evening commute, there's risk for a couple of flurries, most of us will stay dry and partly cloudy this afternoon and
flurry, quick sprinkle across southeastern massachusetts, future cast really not blowing that up very much, not bringing us very much in the way of precipitation later today. tomorrow start with sunshine and squeezed between the two systems this is the nor'easter that we have been talking about since early this week. this is a separate system called a clipper system and nor'easter
could barely skim cape and islands overnight with a couple of rain showers. it is the clipper that's going to spread a little bit of light snow in the area during the day on friday and still mild enough on the cape and islands that it would just be a little built of drizzle. precipitation with this one will be very light, very patchy so the friday forecast for snow really doesn't involve very much accumulation north of the mass pike looking at very widely scattered coating through inch of snow, south of the pike few flurries and as we mentioned for the cape, it would just be friday drizzle. saturday slight chance it will pick up a couple more snowflakes especially into southern new hampshire. temperature cold, 39 , but then over the weekend we get warming
half and sunday is jumping by about 10 some spots even flirting with 50 like boston by sunday and if we don't get there sunday by monday forecasting 50 with late day snow showers. back over
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right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. >> sara: you could soon own a piece of massachusetts history. book owned by judge in salem witch trials will be auctioned off next week. jonathan corwin, one of nine judges who oversaw the trials later passed down to a defendant of one of the people hanged after the trials and witch book worth at least $40,000 and first addition of the book sold at auction in 2013 for $14 million. >> gene: terrifying moments for police officer in hawaii. miraculously survived and look
officer directing traffic on highway after an accident and semi truck comes barreling at him. look on the left side of the screen, why was the truck moving? that's because the train came by and hit the truck. what's the train doing when the accident and things are a mess and look at thing dragged underneath and okay and suffered a gash to the head, broken hand and needed 25 stitches but otherwise okay and says he can't wait to get back to work. very scary situation there in ohio. >> julie: hope takes time off to rest and heal. >> julie: teen becomes a viral sensation meucci. >> julie: meucci -- >> julie: he never taught how to play and doesn't read music and doesn't have a piano at home
electroneck -- electric keyboard and has been contacted by record label. >> gene: very cool. gene: check this out, little girl decides to cut herself some bangs and, of course, she films the whole thing. >> julie: here she goes. >> gene: cutting it short, don't you think? just keeps cutting and cutting. and chocolate around the mouth and while eating chocolate chip cookie i think i will cut my bangs. >> julie: so inspired by the chocolate. >> gene: chocolate lipstick. >> julie: whatever it may be. video hats been seen 8 million times so far. >> gene: no, stop, stop already but keeps going. >> julie: perfectly framed and great at selfie video. she thinks it probably looks pretty good and you had a great
what we are expectin >> sara: continue to following breaking overnight news in norwood and driver of this truck struck an officer during a traffic stop and took off. officers chased through three cities before making an arrest. coming up in just a moment live at police department with look at how this chase ended. good morning, everyone, thank you so much for joining us. >> gene: a lot of stories we are covering and wish julie grauert a happy birthday. >> julie: thank you. >> gene: reason to celebrate even if the weather isn't that great. brings sunshine. >> shiri: cape and islands going to be wet spot next two
48 new orleans, 38 in bourne, it is mild out there, guys, even in framingham at 38 where you see hints of snow on radar and most of it drying up on the way down this neck of the woods and even if able to get one or two flakes to the ground, it is going to melt on the way to the ground and coolest spots include worcester at 34, barre at 35, 33 , so truly above freezing. day planner for today goes like this. near static temperatures, so 41 in boston now, 41 at noon, there will still be lingering clouds, but brightens up slightly this afternoon with risk of flurries, especially north of boston into northern massachusetts, southern new hampshire and by 7:00 this evening, we got 34 , back on the map, so going to take you hour-by-hour through the incoming flurries in couple minutes but let's get you over to julie grauert again with live drive time traffic this morning with look at accident.
128 stretching back to route 20
and route 20 before charles river road and pike in general problematic right now. expressway slow from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. if you're heading eastbound on the pike this is where you see the heavy, steady volume used to this time of the commute. 40 minutes on the pike to mass ave and 29 minutes from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 37 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: police chased truck through three towns after a traffic stop went bad. fox25 has been talking with police all morning long. >> jessica: police arrested a suspect at lenox street and they had several witness out for him and oui oui and drugs and theft
from the scene and in the process one of the police officers and he is now in the hospital with some cuts and bruises but we talked to the chief and he is expected to be just fine and will be released later on this morning. again, we know all this started and ended here in norwood, mostly on route 1a and down into walpole and foxborough. suspect in turn around to go back north and into walpole in norwood. we know that state police put down stop sticks in foxborough but the suspect was able to make if from there all the way to prospect and railroad in norwood that's where all of this finally came to an end. this is video from the scene there. police say he crashed into a pole which is what finally stopped him and i can see this white truck and we believe is the vehicle that she was driving police say the chase lasted 20 minutes and from here the suspect was arrested. he and his passenger we understand were taken to the hospital for their injuries that they
sustained in that crash. now, we are just about to get an update from the chief on what the suspect is going to be charged with and more
have for him. we will have that coming up next on 30 minutes at 9:00. norwood, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: police in peabody waiting to identify the man and woman found dead in apparent murder-suicide. this was breaking at fox25 news at ten and 11 and they were
found at winter street before 6:30 last night. the man stabbed the woman and then killed himself. the investigators say he was on the phone with relatives in brazil and started screaming and then the line went dead. >> relative in brazil called another relative here in peabody and she, in fact, called the peabody police immediately. >> gene: the female victim had recently been harassed by man she knew and bring you identity of the man and woman as soon as police release their names.
members were involved in traffic stop and then one was killed and others arrested after a shootout the group has been protesting federal land policies and criminal prostitution of two oregon ranchers. >> gene: about to learn much more about the investigation into the marathon bombing. hundreds of previously unreleased documents are about to be made public. catherine parrotta live in copley square and you talked to legal analysts and why the documents are coming out now. >> catherine: brad bailey said this isn't unexpected and documents never remain sealed, due that to protect the integrity of the trial and need to focus only on material that came out during the course of the trial. nonetheless, a lot of evidence that will be be able to see and that will be made available to the public and in term what we
is hundreds of documents including photos and exhibits, things of that nature and experts and various motion. judge o'toole allowed prosecutors to have some under seal and had it had agree what would be made public. comes three years after dzhokhar tsamaev and his brother planted two pressure cooker bombs at the marathon finish line and killing two and injuring hundreds of others and sean collier was killed days later at the start of the manhunt for the brothers. in addition to materials related to bombing investigation some earlier documents related to tamerlan will also be released and including motion to make waltham and middlesex d.a.'s office deliver information about tamerlan suspected role in 2011 triple murder in waltham when three men were found in an slashed. in term of when the evidence will beun -- unsealed and made
isn't a def nighttime frame for that and asked the clerk's office to move as expeditiously and continue to follow that and let you noy when the material is made available. live on the finish line, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: judge now deciding the fate of lawsuit asking for information about a sexual abuse scandal at bridgewater state university. the parents of four young children claim that their kids were molested by a former student employee at the university's daycare center. the parents want the school to release documents about the investigation into the case. the school says the lawsuit should be dismissed. the former employee and daycare's former director both face criminal charges. >> gene: this morning police investigating a freak accident that killed a man as he was driving on one of the area ace busiest highways. fox25 alerted you to this as it was breaking yesterday afternoon on route 128 south exit 31 in lexington. investigators say a rear tire flew off a pickup truck, went over the median and hit a car going northbound killing the
crash was so intense it ripped off part of the car's roof and shattered the windshield. the driver of the pickup was 19-year-old woman and victim was a man and neither has been identified yet. the tow truck driver who was on the scene tells us that the driver of the truck was on her way to knight school at the time of the crash and police say they were release more information later this morning. >> sara: new this morning emergency safety improvements are complete on a dangerous stretch of road. in october mom and nine-month-old son were killed in car crash on stretch of route 20 on the charlton oxford line. neighbors referred to it as dead man's curve. the curve is now 5 feet wide and her guardrail to separate traffic. new flashing warning signs and speed detection signs are also up. the permanent projects is expected to be completed in 2025. >> gene: 8:38 and woman is recovering in local hospital this morning thanks to motorcycle club. in november chefon ledger was thrown from motorcycle while riding in florida and she was in critical condition and father
her father told his motorcycle group what happened. most of them are firefighters and emt's and they made a plan to drive an ambulance to florida and bring ledger back. she is able to write and long road to recovery and at least the journey is happening at home. >> sara: boston sea post will face months of noisy construction to local streets to host an indy car race. fox25 was only tv station allowed inside of a private meeting last night between residents and organizers of the boston grand prix. promoters say prerace construction will be done at night and could last for three months. if proved -- approved it had be
170,000 spectators to the neighborhood. >> i think there's a mixture of people being excited about an event like this and trepidation and this isn't something that we are accustomed to. >> sara: race organizers still need to sign aagreements with the city and state to make this official but concrete barriers for the track started arriving later today. gene: local couple makes a quick decision before their third child arrives at the hospital. this is photo of new daughter harper. she was born in the back of the family's van that was stopped on 495 in foxborough and couple heading to emerson hospital in concord and just didn't make it in time. instead jennifer hopped into the back seat of the van, mark caught the baby in his fleece jacket and before delivering his daughter mark had to remove the infant car seat he had already installed because it was in the
oh my god, what a story they will tell for years to come. >> julie: very memorable birth and way to come into the world. good morning, everyone. looking at expressway 24 minute commute from furnace brook shiri? >> shiri: high he was risk of precipitation over the cape where we have light rain now and higher chances to the north and west of boston. that's afternoon snowflakes and map out when to flan around flurries coming up. >> gene: nine birds smuggle into the states and didn't need a backpack. coming up pat-down at the airport that revealed very uncomfortable hiding place. >> sara: we will be seeing a little less of donald trump.
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>> shiri: barnstable, dennis and impacted with rain at the cape. >> sara: donald trump turning down a chance to seal the spotlight and why the front-runner will not take the stand for tomorrow's debate. >> daniel: donald trump doesn't like whose moderating the debate so he is not going. there's months of tension between trump and megyn kelly. trump said i refuse to call her a bimbo because that would not
her a lightweight reporter. the network refused to remove her so late last night trump bailed out and posted a video on his instagram account explaining his decision. >> megyn kelly is really biased against me. she knows that, i know that, everybody knows that. do you really think they can be fair at day debate. >> daniel: posted on trump's twitter page he says he will be hosting an event in iowa instead to raise money for veterans and wounded warriors. megyn kelly released her own statement in part saying the debate will go on with or without mr. trump. challenged to one-on-one debate and he and billionaire can go at it if they can't agree on moderate and her analysts also agree absence from the debate can have a marianne mellnick impact ottawa what cautions and new hampshire primary. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: happening today on democratic side vermont senator
first extended meeting with president barack obama since his campaign gained traction and it will be informal with no set agenda. sara: and sanders has a small lead over hillary clinton in iowa. according to the quinnipiac survey released this morning 49% support sanders and 45% support clinton and martin o'malley is 4%. iowa caucus voting is six days away. blair miller will be there covering every angle and live reports this sunday on the fox25 news at 10:00. >> sara: mass state police tweeting out. >> julie: 495 northbound north of exit 21 in hopkinton. the left and middle lanes are closed right now because of the crash.
accident on 128 southbound right before route 28 as you approach the cloverleaf. things starting to lighten up a little bit on the pike, that accident on the westbound lanes near the weston tolls has cleared. still steady heavy volume though eastbound through brighton which is typical for this time of the commute. here are live drive times, 25 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 54 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 41 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us and she has been tracking a downward temperature trend for much of the day today. shiri? >> shiri: reason why we have cold fronts coming, kind of like a 1-2 punch and bring different things. first one coming through this morning bringing cape showers for the cape and islands, we got the light rain in place and second one will come through late this afternoon with some flurries, and you can see that here with future cast flurries kind of working way down into southern vermont and areas just north of manchester,
boston you're going to see lightening clouds here at lunchtime today. those showers coming to an end for the cape and islands around 11:00 this morning, after that you guys have the mostly dry day but look at little line of likely some flurries here up across the mass new hampshire border. the closer to the coast you go, it is going to be in the 40s and going to be trying to melt on its way down. that little disturbance goes across boston right around the evening commute, which means we are at risk for getting couple flurries and folks are headed home from work today and 42 in boston porter smith, new hampshire and framingham and 37 in worcester, 39 in keene and lower 40s down across the cape and islands. pretty much where we are right now. so that means very little warm-up and flip it over to tomorrow's temperatures which are going to be in line today and lower 40s, more gradual melting of the snow that we have out on the ground and although tomorrow starts with sunshine we got clouds increasing, wedged between the two storm systems.
one clipper and nor'easter almost completely a miss and overnight showers here thursday night across the cape and islands and that would likely be rain. otherwise this clipper has a better chance of bringing in very weak precipitation mostly in the form of some light snow during the day on friday and i do want to stress the word light with that snow. so today we start with a couple sprinkles, end with a couple flurries, highs in the lower 40s, 40 again tomorrow with increasing clouds and by friday we got the risk for some snow showers out there, but accumulation is going to be really, really limited. south of the pike just getting a couple flurries. over the cape it is drizzle and north of the mass pike only a scattered coating to inch of snow and it is not going to be even widespread there. over the weekend saturday we will have another disturbance, another clipper coming on through but this one is going to bring the best chance of any kind of snow up into northern new england and only going to whiched a slight chance for saturday snowflakes, sunday
warmer of the day days over the weekend with temperatures close to 50 . back over to you. >> sara: imagine this hear the same song on repeat everyday for a full year. coming up next why no one knows who's responsible for a mysterious message and neighbors are powerless to stop it. >> daniel: and it is not your average argument. coming up new at nine, rapper and announcer: where do you line up with john kasich on the issues? take the kasich quiz! forced obamacare expansion in ohio. voted for massive defense cuts and defended the process that closed pease air force base, which cost thousands of local jobs. even had the worst rating on spending of any governor
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they are defeated is when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough." i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. >> gene: a musical mystery near a famous landmark. university of iowa fight song has been playing inside empty building in niagara falls, new york. the song plays everyday from three to 11:00 p.m. no one knows who's responsible. owner of the restaurant across the street says the noise is annoying and wants it to stop. >> music on the street wouldn't necessarily be bad but the same
50 seconds and that not necessarily a positive thing. >> gene: police have responded to the building several times and can't seem the find the person that owns the building or where the music is coming from. >> sara: man under arrest. stopped man from arriving from cuba two and a half weeks ago and found six live birds on fanny pack and that's not all and three live birds tucked inside of his pants. birds are in special tubes and couldn't move around during the flight. he planned on selling the birds. >> sara: officers discovered a cat but couldn't rescue because they kept running away. they kept on cat wherever they could and trouble keeping track
and crews were able to pull it out of the train. >> gene: john kaczynski and his wife got married in 2010 and two-year-old daughter named hisel is expecting another child >> sara: beautiful couple indeed and a lot more coming your way. former nfl player dead at 27. hidden illness local researchers were able to recover after his death. >> shiri: 50s spots like beverly and nashua and dropping it to 10 and hour-by-hour look
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