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>> shiri: morning rain making for a slippery commute and snow on the map for friday forecast. >> sara: plus brand-new at seven, video of dramatic armed robbery, man tried to steal the cash register and local clerk is one step ahead of him. how he got the bad guy to drop the cash. team coverage from the campaign trail this morning. trump and ted cruz. and how candidates are trying to win over women in new hampshire. complete new england news coverage starts right now. >> sara: and good morning, everybody, it is thursday, february 4th, thanks for waking up with us. i'm sara underwood. my co-anchor gene lavanchy is live this morning at the primary headquarters in manchester, new hampshire.
>> gene: good morning to you. the team coverage of the presidential election continues, but first the big story is the weather. meteorologist shiri spear and stormtracker weather center tracking rain, fog and snow. >> sara: coming into play and nuisance weather and drizzle right now in worcester, providence, rhode island. >> shiri: rain scooting up to boston, so you should anticipate light rain there as well, but how the 50s this morning, feeling very mild out there, indeed. through 9:00 this morning, you can see most of the showers really getting stuck over southeastern massachusetts, that's going to be the wet spot, straight up the boston and north and west with mostly dry weather this morning and noon time 53 in boston, 49 in worcester, 52 in nashua, new hampshire and 50s with the last of the rain over the outer cape, and during the afternoon hours, 50s still going strong, and clouds will come back into play, 48 to 56 today, tomorrow it is all about the snow.
coming up. here is julie grauert with live drive time traffic, keeping a close eye on valentino mitchell. >> julie: watching volume and it just popped up on the map and should be able to get details, one lane blocked near bryant avenue on the expressway. hopefully they will be able to get it cleared quickly, because it is a very busy spot of the morning commute. 93 south sluggish right around route 60 as you approach somerville, route 1 in saugus, jammed packed as you approach lynn fells parkway. very slow going on route 1. here are live drive times, 25 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 36 minutes on 93 -- on the expressway rather from the split to the pike, 44 minutes on 93 south from 495 to sara, back to you. >> sara: an elderly couple is pulled to safety from the dream home they built by hand. this is new cell phone from the late night scene.
house as neighbors called for help. fox25 michael henrich is live in norfolk this morning where firefighters spent the night looking for the hot spots there, michael. >> michael: they wanted to make sure that they kept this neighborhood safe and stayed on guard in case any of the hot spots flared up. now that the sun has risen since the last report, we are getting a better look at the extent of this damage. it is absolutely significant. determine if there's a connection here, but a nab tells us this fire sparked when the elderly man who lives here tried to close his garage after a power outage had just ended, and now look at that garage. fox25 on scene as this was breaking last night, but new this morning the fresh glimpse you just saw of the flames in this video sent to us by a witness. now, the fire started around 8:00, and neighbor tells us the homeowner says the garage door shorted causing the fire and a small explosion that was large
lives here on tucker road out of the garage. that's when the man ran across to the neighbor's house and told the neighbor his wife who uses a cane was stuck inside. the fire wasn't the only safety concern. >> that the car in the garage, you could see it melted at the moment, they went up very quickly, and the electrical cord to the house just drops straight down to the ground. it was a live wire. it was pretty frightening. >> michael: somehow the elderly woman made it out on her own through the back door, suffering minor burns, singed hair and smoke inhalation. neighbors tell us the couple lived in the home for some 50 years, and sun chronicle reports they actually built it by hand as well. the official cause of the fire is under investigation, and firefighters haven't said yet whether the power outage is connected.
from, also spoke about those moments when the husband ran to his house for help. it is part of the interview you really have to hear. we will air it again in 60 minutes. so stay tuned for the next report coming up in the next hour. for now live in norfolk, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: new this morning, flames shoot to the roof of this home in lawrence overnight. fire officials tell us it started on sergeant street during the news at 10:00. heavy winds knocked power line on to a tree and investigators think that's what started it. the tree fell on to car in driveway and the house is damaged, but everyone is okay. and as shiri said, tracking more rain and fog this morning, and there's snow on the way for friday. she will bring us updated information as she gets it. you can also get the custom forecast any time on the fox25 weather app. that is free for the apple or android device. sara: with less than five
candidates are in do or die campaign for their campaigns. genevieve philip is live in new hampshire with primary headquarters, and it is getting a bit tense there, gene. >> gene: pretty much you would expect with the clock ticking the way it is, sara. candidates focusing on another debate, going head-to-head at unh. donald trump returns to granite state with first event in exeter, trouts making three spots, one in portsmouth, laconia. plusher also starting in portsmouth making three other stops throughout the day and chris christie will kick off the day in keene, new hampshire. leading candidates donald trump back in new hampshire and mentioned he has an event in exeter in just a few hours. fox25 catherine parrotta joins us in exeter and no surprise, catherine, donald trump is on the attack.
both of the leading gop candidates will be in new hampshire this morning for campaign events. you mentioned donald trump, he will be here in exeter in about three hours from now, not too much activity in this place just yet. ted cruz will be nearby in portsmouth and that's at 10:15. both of them three hours away from the first stop of the day. however, the feud between those two candidates is heating up today. now, ted cruz did have an event in nashua last night, and donald trump was certainly a topic of discussion. cruz did poke fun at rival what he called trumpertantrums and criticized him for accepting big loans and big banks on wall street and declaring bankruptcy. the slides came after trump accused cruz of fraud after iowa and told iowa voters his opponent, ben carson was about to run out of the race. cruz blamed cnn and didn't back down from that. >> now we did not forward theub sent statement to our team, so
respect. he is a man of principal, honor, integrity and character. he and wife have become friends of heidi and mine and i apologized to him directly. it was a mistake from our team not to forward your subsequent statement. now, i didn't know about any of this. i was campaigning and barn storming and something the team had done but it was a mistake. >> catherine: cruz admitted yesterday cnn had been accurate all along. they reported he was going home to florida before the kevin faulks before returning on to campaign. and ted cruz and donald trump, having campaign events, about 15 minutes apart from each other, one in exeter, one in portsmouth and meantime what do the voters think about the feud between the candidates. tell you more about that next hour. live in exeter, new hampshire, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: this morning the
is looking into a scare involving donald trump's campaign plane. this is a picture of the plane at nashville's international airport. engine problems forced the jet to make an unscheduled landing. he was on to event in little rock, arkansas and received about two hours late. gene: rick santorum dropping out and endorsing florida senator marco rubio. santorum won the iowa caucus in 2012 but received no support this year. as we told you, as it was breaking yesterday, kentucky senator rand paul also suspended his campaign yesterday. now, tonight democrat hillary clinton and bernie sanders will unh. last night both candidates took part in town hall forum in derry the pair took questions from voters on issues in the economy to climate change and fight against isis. they also sparred over which candidate is more progressive and highlighted their goals for the presidential campaign.
is not just electing a president it is creating a political revolution. >> but the goal has to be to prevent the republicans from getting back into the white house and undoing all the progress that has been made with president obama. [ applause ] >> gene: both clinton and sanders agreed to have three more debates in the coming months. the sanders campaign refused to participate tonight unless an agreement was reached on future debates. fox25 is place to turn to all week leading up to the new hampshire primary. don't miss the primary specials every night at 7:00. political reporter sharman sacchetti will have in depth reports on the candidates, as well as expert analysis and on primary night we will be with you 5:00 p.m. straight through 11:30 bringing you live results. live from the candidates' headquarters, speeches as they happen and coming next half hour, expert insight into new report this morning how the candidates are targeting women in new hampshire. that takes care of things for now.
to you in dedham. >> sara: 7:10 and new details about story we have been following for nearly two weeks. it involves a death of three-year-old boy in roxbury. new this morning the herald reports negative complaints were filed against kenai whyte's family when he was just six months old. documents show he fell out of the bed twice while his mother was looking after him. the paper says dcf was also skeptical about another family member taking care of him. white was found seriously injured on alpine street on sunday. he died on tuesday in the hospital. so far no one has been charged in his death. >> julie: every ten minutes we track the we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. right now 33 minute commute to the weston tolls. >> shiri: showers around and fog and breaking down the
the switch to snow next. >> sara: it is tax season and this morning the i.r.s. has a funeral problem. why they can't process taxes right now and what it means for your refund checks. >> daniel: plus all new and next at seven dramatic video from inside a local store. gunman tries to steal the cash register but the clerk didn't give up. the battle between the two men and search this morning for the hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm
>> shiri: tracking morning forecast and keeping
an eye on radar but showers southeastern massachusetts and heaviest in taunton area. >> sara: look at this, new this morning incredible video from police in methuen. trillion -- daniel miller joins us right now. >> daniel: facebook page robber on haverhill street. take a look. look at this man in surveillance video. do you recognize him? he attempted to rob a stop quick see the man at the counter talking with the clerk but seconds after the man leaves the counter the man grabs the
through the front door and clerk wasn't far behind and holding a putter and attacks the man as tries the escape the store with the register and even see money coming out of the register. clerk locked the door but didn't stop the man from using register to break the tempered glass and crawls out of the front door and escapes. police say man dropped knife before leaving the store. they say he left in blue suv, possibly a jeep. also say he may have injuries after leaving through the front door and getting hurt by the glass. we put the entire video this you to see. if you recognize the man call methuen police. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: parents in arlington waiting to learn why a long time high school principal is off the job. fox25 has learned that arlington
owni placed on paid leave and involved detention in the school e-mail from parents to the school say there's no reason to believe this involves allegation of sexual abuse but does not go any further. the principal worked at arlington catholic for almost two decades. >> sara: >> julie: shifting over to the pike a little bit slow through natick and after you work your way through the weston tolls. north of town 93 south route 1 in saugus, those are slow and sticky spots, pretty typical of the weekday morning commute. live look at zakim bridge, right now. traffic over the bridge though moving at decent pace. over to the live drive times, eastbound 495 to mass ave. 36 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 33 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, forecasting just inks
accumulating snow for some places tomorrow morning. >> shiri: best bet for rain south of boston but boston also getting nicked this morning, so this is map and rain in green, thankfully it is all green versus the reds, oranges, yellows we had yesterday, so not as intense, nor are winds, gusts at 20 miles per hour. right now boston 55 , we got some sprinkles real close by, so if you go south at all, you will encounter some of the drizzle this morning, visibility in the city is a-okay, not one of the locations dealing with fog, but we have potential of rain, 10:00 this morning, all day low to mid-50s there, and more like hyannis will hang on to the rain the longest, temperature 51 , visibility down to a mile and there's fog, especially over southeastern massachusetts, including the cape and islands
rain in the forecast until 1:00 this afternoon, temperatures here right around 51 almost all day long and then we start to dry out the for a period. we are not done as you know with the wet and stormy forecast. 54 boston this afternoon as well as beverly and lawrence, 50 in worcester, 33 in nashua, 48 in keene, middle 50s plymouth to new bedford but the clouds they are going to stay thick, even once the rain let's up, and there you can see out goes the front that's stirring up the morning showers. last of the drizzle and patchy rain is going to pull away from the cape around 1:00 p.m. inland we get decent breaks of sun today, but at 7:00 p.m. the whole system now trending much closer to us. initially it looked like the bulk of the moisture was going to stay offshore and going to move in after 7:00 initially just rain and colder air coming into play, it does make a flip over to snow and since now it is pulling much further inland, snow further inland in time for the morning commute and going to
and timing pretty in inconvenient and steadier heavier snow south of boston and get accumulation north shore into worcester even up into manchester, new hampshire, much less totals there and worcester of the snow likely close to the rain-snow line, so even the cape during the morning hours, transition from rain to snow, some heavy burst of snow, it will be a heavy wet snow in those locations as well, and going to start to end around noon time in worcester, by 2:00 p.m. in boston, the south shore i want to say between three and 4:00, see the snow showers come to an end in outer cape, out of here by 5:00 p.m. snow totals because of rain mixing in at the beginning, one to three inches of snow and cape cod canal, plymouth, fall river, bridgewater, three to six inches, jackpot close to the cape cod canal there, we got the three to six inches up to about brockton and north to boston,
could be clipped by higher totals extending toward southern new hampshire, merrimac valley, central massachusetts, only coating to an inch, but the tricky part of this forecast is the fact there will be a sharp cutoff to the snow and friday morning we got the snow around, all day 30s with cooling trend, 40s over the weekend, brighter day will be saturday, sunday watch for morning flurries and looks like pretty nice day and more snow here monday into tuesday. back to you. >> sara: so we are all searching for the fountain of youth, right? scientists may have found it. how they extended the lives by 35 years. it is hard to believe anyone would leave mother and two children in the road, but police took off.
out of service until later tonight. sara: look at this. car ends up on two-story home out in california. police say driver had a medical condition. his foot hit the gas and lexus hit parked car before going airborne. fire crews say man wasn't hurt in the crash and treated for the original medical incident. this morning police in philadelphia hope one piece of evidence will help them find a driver who ran over a mother and two small children. the mother was carrying a six-month-old baby in her arms when she was hit. five-year-old daughter was walking right next to her. all three are expected to survive. police say the
suspect is woman who was driving a red honda accord. she took off after the crash but car's passenger side mirror was left at the scene. sara: restaurant bands together to celebrate the birthday of beloved 90-year-old coworker. kathy walsh still works as server at new jersey applebees five days a week, and coworkers
she threw her surprise birthday bash this week, and kathy says she loves come into work everyday. >> i'm part of life. i'm part of living. i'm out everyday. you know, i have a purpose. i enjoy it. >> still working at age 90, and she has no plans to retire any time soon. good for her, shiri. i think the time i'm 80, i want to step out the anchor desk and hit the beach for awhile. >> shiri: we are ready
to throw you in years to come that party. travel concerns much bigger for the day tomorrow and friday morning commute and hour-by-hour when to plan around the worst of it when we come back. >> jessica: tree topples into
why may have saved a little boy's life. >> gene: donald trump accusing ted cruz of fraud. might trump have a point? break it down for the political america's heroes have a message. if you've fought... you know picking a commander in chief is no small thing. you're looking for smarts... and guts. we looked at each candidate... we studied their record... we know... looked them over... we checked them out... and we chose one. there's only one. jeb bush. he's got a plan. he'll keep us safe. he's a president - a commander in chief. jeb bush. best prepared to be commander in chief. right to rise usa
>> sara: shiri has the rain showers and we are talking about snow finally. >> shiri: it is going to be back in place tomorrow which means the friday morning commute will be somewhat troublesome and the forecast has changed a lot since last night since this morning and snowier solution and let's get out the door right
now because it is plain rain we are seeing south of boston and closer to new bedford and boston you're going to get a little mist out there but norwood, millis light rain to the north of that, dry and 50, worcester 53
nashua, new hampshire at 48, so all day i wanted you to dress for temperatures
that you have now. in fact, temperatures could go down a little bit this afternoon, i will stick with the lower 50s. noon time 52 , showers only over the cape, rest of the area drying out and brightening up, brightest forecast is going to be inland but with the cooler air arriving tonight we got a winter storm watch in effect for tomorrow morning, latest which areas get up to six inches of snow coming up. now julie grauert standing by with live drive time traffic. actually eye on several accidents. >> julie: yes, shiri, i'm appreciative this morning things overall in the weather department will be calm because tomorrow will be more challenge. 128 in randolph, seeing backups to route 139. expressway jammed right around the braintree split and then the pike a little bit slow through natick and then through the weston tolls. live look at the pike through brighton where it is still decent amount of space between the cars, that's not going to be
over to your live drive times, 20 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. 13 minutes on 24 from 123 to 128, and 40 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. sara, back to you. >> sara: right now residents in the merrimac valley are getting daylight like damage caused by storm winds overnight. gusty winds topples homes and live in amsburry where one child could have been seriously hurt by the falling branch, jess. >> jessica: that's right, sara, very situation that lives in the home in kembell road in amesbury. now that it is lighter out, getting better look at the damage, and see there's on the roof covering hole where the tree fell, and father that lives here say it just came inches from hitting his little boy.
in amesbury where high winds cents a tree toppling into their home. >> all of a sudden i heard a big bang, running into the kids' room and there was a tree in my way. >> jessica: top part of the massive tree snapped off and landed where his children sleep, just missing one of them. >> my middle son, he didn't go into his bed. he went to watch tv and it was right on top of them. >> jessica: darrell's wife was in the shower and when she came out she was in shock. >> when i came out kids were in the dining room crying and freaking out. >> jessica: path of damage not just in amesbury but in merrimac valley. in tewksbury strong winds took down the tree, narrowly missing the house in shed. in lowell tree fell into lawrence street blocking traffic as they cleaned up the mess.
could and going to be a lodge -- long time things are back to normal but thankful it wasn't worst. >> thankful wasn't 2 feet more where the tree came up there. >> jessica: certainly a lot of clean-up and family stayed in hotel last night and later on this morning to start the process of going through the damage and cleaning up here, and once they do we may get a better idea how much this all might cost. live in amesbury, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: elderly couple recovering after escaping a fire in their home. neighbors were frantic as they saw house go up in flames. the couple was able to make it out okay but the investigation is ongoing this morning. our crew on the scene as this was first breaking on tucker road in norfolk. neighbor tells us explosion
garage door opener. couple in 70s have singed hair and the wife's face may have been burned. the sun chronicle says they built the home by hand. heavy rain knocked out power in the area and power had just come back on when the homeowner turned on the garage opener. we are gathering new information about the cause of the fire all morning long. sara: downed power lines wreaking havoc on the north shore. the wires were buzzing and popping as it hit the sidewalk in swampscott. they posted it on facebook page this morning, they were to disconnect the power to prevent any further damage and no one was hurt. shiri said we are tracking more rain and fog this morning, and there's snow on the way for friday. she bring us updated information as she gets it and also get the custom forecast any time.
free for apple or android device. sara: allegations of cheating are creating controversy on the campaign trial. this as two candidates prepare for face-to-face battle tonight. fox25 gene lavanchy is back up at new hampshire primary headquarters in manchester this morning with look at what we can expect over the next few hours, gene. >> gene: good morning, sara. things starting to get a lot more interesting here in new hampshire, that's for sure, but here is what's on tap for both parties. democrats going head-to-head at unh and donald trump returns to the granite state with first in exeter, ted cruz making three stops today, portsmouth, ware and laconia and marco rubio will be in portsmouth before making throw stops throughout the day and start his day in pelham at 9:30 and chris christie will kick off the day at elk's lodge in keene. feud between donald trump and
last night at cruz's event in nashua, trump was topic of conversation. cruz poked fun at rival what he called trumpertantrums and said he accepted big loans after filing bankruptcy on wall street all started with this tweet, trump said ted cruz didn't get votes and cruz says voters deserve better and cruz said opponent ben carson will be dropping out of the race. back at political historian tom whalen at b.u. does trump have a point? >> i think so. sanders said he was slandered as
cruz campaign based assumption that sanders is dropping out, they are saying never said that. >> gene: flies in story with the new york time about republicans taking a little bit of softer tone here in new hampshire to appeal to women. >> right. women will be key independent swing vote. and that's bad news, four in ten say they will never vote for donald trump. a lot comes back to the megyn kelly incident. his past caught up with him. >> gene: big swing for him. >> overwhelming. >> gene: smart move for hillary clinton? >> absolutely. she will probably lutz here and
if she can get under ten that will be moral victory and heading into south carolina. >> gene: once by new hampshire it will be a juggernaut. >> sanders playing catch up. tom whalen, we appreciate your insight. we check back with you next hour as well, and reminder fox25 will be bringing primary special featuring sharman sacchetti and special guest and in depth report on candidates and expert nams and primary night we will bring you live reports if the candidates headquarters will be will have, speeches as they happen and also stream it to the website at myfoxboston.com and on to our fox25 news app as well that takes care of things for now. i had be back at 8:00 hour. right now send to sara underwood in dedham studio. >> sara: 7:39, second person under arrest accused of stealing
man that practices religion known as santeria. police found alters with human skull in the basement of his his home. police say ad bodies were taken from locked mausoleum at cemetery in october. sara: one company controls dozens of properties not safe or sanitary. this includes mice infested apartment where three children were found dug a drug raid last month. inspectors looked at 22 of 25 properties owned by mns realty and trash in hallways, insect and vermian infesteddan infestation, broken windows and no gas or heat. the inspections took place in december. the king street home was one of
not allowed to enter. >> julie: 93 south slowing down, 40 minute commute from the cloverleaf to the leverett connector. shiri? >> shiri: lighter showers as well as patchy fog. tonight easy going drive home from work before we got snow in the picture tomorrow morning and show what you time we make the flip from rain to snow when we come back. >> sara: no creek babies and plenty of room to stretch out. coming up how this woman got the best service possible on commercial flight. but first, someone is not in the right place. would you say that? sea lion caught wandering the
as dorchester and milton. >> sara: tsa is ramping up security screenings of airport employees. this follows a security breakdown in 2014 when a former delta employee was allegedly using his id badge to smuggle dozens of guns on the flights from atlanta to new york and congressional hearing yesterday the tsa says it is increased the amount of employee security scene by more than 600% but members of expecting say that is not enough and they want it to be more thorough. >> sara: tsa says it will roll out program and airport or airline worker arrested or charged with a crime. sara: researchers at mayo
keep lab mice away longer and recent study scientists found removing damaged cells significantly increase the animal's lifespan. using a new drug they created. researchers believe the discovery will help them find new ways to improve human health. sara: controversial program helps men and women created a program to pay for troops to freeze their sperm or eggs and goal is to provide peace of mind for military members that want to start families but are afraid injured in battle and military uses troops in 20s and 30s for very reason and it could cost $120 million for the next five years. sara: wahlburgers looking to expand once again. they are looking to go into the d.c. market. the chain just opened six location in december and hope to
over the next five years. they also want to expand to other home turf the west coast. ben and jerry's has nondairy ice cream. four new flavors using a certified vegan ammond milk base, chunky monkey, coffee caramel fudge and pb and cookies all right, my stomach is growling. >> julie: first time this morning route 3 northbound and continue up to route 18 and average speeds 12 miles per hour 2495 still moderately slow. expressway though jammed from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road and here are those live drive times. 25 minutes on route 3 to 228 to
minutes on 95 as you approach 128 and shiri spear joining us now and enjoy 50s today because 30s and snow are making way into town. >> shiri: after all it is february and can't have snow tomorrow and problem is and reason that's in the high threat category the fact and accumulating during the morning commute so timing really as bad as it could be for tomorrow's snow and coming through right now triggering some of the showers but the second piece of it, piece of energy now expected to be come much closer and looked like it would, locked like most of the moisture hang pretty far offshore, now much closer here on friday forecast but for right now boston southward where i have most of that drizzle and light showers, you're hour-by-hour forecast in
temperature 53 and from there we see such little movement, low and mid-50s across the board all day long and slight chance of shower 9:00 a.m. and get into the afternoon couple breaks in the clouds, hyannis break 1:00 p.m. with all day lower 50s and dip into the upper 40s here out toward worcester but get even more breaks in the clouds later on today. pix norwood, 54 in boston today and 54 in framingham and lawrence, 50 in worcester, 53 in manchester, new hampshire. we got mid-50s plymouth to new bedford and find a lot more cloud cover there getting pretty stuck. our front going to clear the outer cape by 1:00 p.m., so at that point, showers going to come to an end, even got nice breaks in the clouds happening and manchester and keene and things further north and west and after 7:00 here comes again and closer moisture we have in
forecast and evening showers pop up in boston and over to snow and cool air and north and west causing and boston area likely flips over between four and friday, you could see 7:00, rain-snow line across the cape cod canal and typically to the north of that and heavy wet snow and sticking during the morning and come to end around noon and worcester, 2:00 p.m. in boston and 5:00 p.m. for the outer cape and we do and three to six barnstable to sandwich and bridgewater and go with to three and nick parts of the north shore and go all the way down to franklin and brockton but to the
central massachusetts, merrimac and coating to an inch of snow expected at sharp cutoff and 40s and couple morning 40s, more snow look toward possibly the monday forecast but especially the tuesday forecast. back to you. >> sara: rule is no shoes, no shirt, no service. found his way into the counter and facebook customers running in to the silhouette and getting there and apparently no small task and climb 145 steps up the staircase from the beach to get into the store and store owner with canned salmon to get him back to the beach. sara: super bowl already setting records. and this year's big game one of the hardest in history to see in
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>> sara: u.s. intelligence experts believe there are between 20 and 25,000 islamic state fighters in iraq and syria in the last year nearly 30,000 isis fighters have been killed by coalition air strikes. however, the group has replaced those fighters with men from areas it has seized control of. sara: bbc confirmed ruling granted asylum in ecuador and he will not go free today and ruling not legally binding and british authorities said he will be arrested if he goes outside. he would surrender if the u.n. ruled against him. sara: new details how
dangerous prison escapees. men broke out of california prison two weeks ago. they were on the run until a homeless man spotted van stolen saturday night and criminals were apparently sleeping outside whole foods and homeless man flagged down a cop. >> across the street. i'm right behind and body language. >> sara: one of the men ran into the police station and found the other guy still sleeping in the van. sara: man accused of posing as a catholic priest for decades is behind bars this morning. police in los angeles says edwin has been posing of priest since the '90s and accused of stealing more than $50,000 from parishioners and investigation was launched last year after he was accused of selling fake tickets to see the pope in philadelphia. this week investigators found
arrested him on tuesday. sara: three-year-old boy that died from severe injuries. coming up at 8:00, dcf has been investigating the boy's family since he was just six months old. >> shiri: winter storm watch going into effect here for friday morning. i will break down the jackpot towns and cities, up to six inches of snow is expected next. >> ended
up in the hospital for intervenous antibiotics. >> sara: she says pedicure put her into the hospital.
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>> gene: donald trump is back in
new hampshire and back on the attack. who he has set in his sites this morning. >> sara: new video this morning, flame shooting from a local home. the simple flip of a switch that nearly claimed the lives of a couple in their 70s. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: and good morning, everybody. it is thursday, february 4th, i'm sara underwood.
at primary headquarters in manchester, new hampshire. good morning, gene. >> gene: good morning, sara. good
morning, everyone, team coverage continues this morning, but before we dig into the primary, get update on the big story this morning. that's the rain that's still coming down and, of course, looking ahead tomorrow and snow in the area. meteorologist shiri spear is in stormtracker weather center and watching weather very closely. >> shiri: new model information coming in as we speak and look at the map at this hour all about the green and rain, you could see boston southward to plymouth, new bedford, got showers worcester even reporting drizzle, and got temperatures in the 50s, so there's absolutely no threat of icing, mild rain falling right now through about 10:00 this morning, we got the chance in boston and 1:00 p.m. we got last of the showers over the outer cape and noon time temperatures, 53 in boston, 49 in worcester, 48 in keene, 54 in plymouth, so
temperatures we have right now all day long, if not going down by a couple degrees this evening, 48 to 56, and thumbs-up, and will be brighter inland after the morning scattered showers and fog and then we got the snow in the forecast here for tomorrow. three to six inches, my highest band on the map with accumulation timing couldn't be more inconvenient. i will go over that coming up. here is julie grauert. >> julie: speaking from inconvenience, receiving tweets from people, slow conditions on 24 southbound, this is why we have an accident involving several cars right now, two lanes are closed. this is a tweet from mass dot. see on the map that red traffic flow indicates how slow going it is on 24 southbound into the bridgewater area. shifting north otherwise things looking okay on 95 and on 24 as you approach 128. expressway jammed from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road, but we are used to that.
on 128 northbound as make your way up to the pike. live look at the expressway and like i mentioned, pretty typical delays there. over to those live drive times, 24 minutes on route 3 from 228 to the braintree split. 16 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128 27 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. sara, back to you. >> sara: julie, take look at flames. shooting from norfolk home overnight. we have been covering the fire since it sparked at 8:00 last night. the homeowners were inside when it started and more from the scene where nervous neighbors made sure they got out. >> it was a tenuous situation there, a lot of nerves, scary situation, and they did end up hurt. thankfully they are going to be okay and injuries aren't considered that severe. that said, firefighters have been on scene all threw-out the night guarding against any hot spots flair-ups that might happen protecting the neighborhood and just in the
more reps from the fire department show up on the scene. they told us yesterday they investigation. flames engulfing the tucker road home in norfolk, seen in video by fox25.
the fire sparked at 8:00, just after the power came back on following a 90 minute outage. the man that lives there told neighbor mike tyranny he simply tried closing the garage door and it short start the fire. >> and it dropped down to his car, and some explosion happened and hit the gas tank or something and kind of blew joe out of the garage. >> michael: the man's wife was still inside. >> ran across the street and very elderly, walks with a cane, can't walk very quickly and pretty frightening.
singed air. they are expected to be okay. >> very shocked. they have been living here for 50 years. pretty sad. >> michael: sun chronicle pegs the age to be in 70s and built this house by hands back that 50 years ago. now, the cause of the fire is still under investigation, and firefighters have not said
whether the power outage police department a role. ahead in next report coming up in an hour, neighbor tells us why beside the fire they were so concerned for everyone's safety. again, coming up in the next report in the 9:00 hour. for now live in norfolk, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: and flames shoot through the roof of this home in lawrence overnight. fire official telling us it started on sergeant street during the news at 10:00. heavy winds knocked power line on to tree and investigators
the tree fell on to a car in the driveway and the house is damaged, but everyone is okay. and as shiri said, we are tracking more rain throughout the morning, and there's snow on the way for friday. she will bring us updated information as she gets it and also get the custom forecast any time on the fox25
weather app. five days until voters hit the polls and there's frantic pace on the campaign trail. the democrats are getting ready once again meet face-to-face and republicans are squaring off on social media. we want to go to gene lavanchy who's anchoring the coverage once again from the new hampshire primary headquarters. good morning. >> gene: sara, good morning to you. two democrats this morning focusing on another debate set for tonight, going to go head-to-head at unh. donald trump returns to the granite state. ted cruz making throw stops in
marco rubio also starting today in portsmouth before making three other stops throughout the day. john kasich will start his day in pelham at 9:30 and chris christie will start his day in keene, new hampshire. after iowa the gloves have come off between donald trump and top rival ted cruz. fox25 catherine parrotta joins us live from exeter where trump event gets underway and never one to mince words and interesting to see what is said today. >> catherine: here in exeter you mention we are two hours away from the start of the donald trump event, and not too much behind me and crews set up barricades here in exeter, checked the latest polling data, trump still leading candidates here in new hampshire, marco rubio but there's a feud brewing between three of the gop candidates, and all started with this tweet right here from donald trump. you can take a look at that.
iowa, he stole it, that's why all the polls were so wrong and got far more wrote than anticipated. that at ted cruz event trump was the topic of conversation. cruz promised not to mud sling after his opponent accused him of fraud but made fun and called trumpertantrums and said he accepted big loans from wall street in declaring bankruptcy and ready to hear about the issues. >> everybody having dirt walks. that's trump wanting to get back to the news. >> catherine: staffer told iowa voters ben carson about to get out the race and network only reported carson only going home to florida before campaigning in new hampshire. so again, donald trump will be in exeter about two hours from now and live look at activity
for now live in exeter, new hampshire, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> berns will -- bernie sanders and hillary clinton will face off and there were issues ranging from economy to climate change and fight against isis and which candidate more progressive and highlighted the goals from the presidential campaign. >> what this campaign is about is not just electing a president it is creating a political revolution. >> but the goal has to be to prevent the republicans getting back into the white house and undoing all the progress has been made with president obama. >> gene: both clinton and sanders have agreed to add three more debates in the coming months. don't miss the primary special coverage every night at 7:00 here on fox 25. there will be in depth reports on the candidates and expert
will be with you live and until 11:30 bring you live reports, live results and speeches as they happen and coming up next half hour, where the parties go here in new hampshire. let's get back to you in the dedham studio. >> sara: new details this morning about story we have been following for nearly two weeks. this involves death of three-year-old in roxbury and harold reports negative complaints were filed against kenai whyte's family when he was just six months old. documents show that he fell off the bed twice while his mother was looking after him. the paper says dcf was also skeptical about another family member who was taking care of them as well as domestic violence in the home. white was found seriously injured in his home on alpine street on sunday. he died on tuesday in the hospital. so far no one has been charged in his death. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten
hour on 93 southbound as head from 495 andover to the zakim bridge. >> shiri: mild and wet drive into work this morning, of course, going over areas dealing with morning showers and snow during the day tomorrow and tweaking slightly snow map when we come back. >> sara: talk about leg room. what allowed this woman to have entire commercial airliner to herself for the price of a single ticket. and is it whiskey -- worth the
conscience and alertar the accident and victim was taken to brockton hospital. in word right now if charges will be filed against the driver. sara: facebook page flooded with stories, comments even pictures of similar allegations after pedicure problems. >> going on valley ski. >> reporter: went to nail salon countless times before. >> i had a little bit of redness a couple days and we were on a plane. >> reporter: redness persisted, ointments weren't helping. >> it was very, very painful and when they came back they said it
>> reporter: technician scrubbing foot with used buffer. >> you think you know what protocol they are to follow. >> consumer needs. >> reporter: advocate for making massachusetts nails salons safer. >> if they see something that doesn't look right or something happened to them in salon they need to report it. >> reporter: check to see the salon prominently displaying a current license and make sure the technician washes the hands before they start working on you, and you should also have clean hands or feet and ask if they are using new buffer. this is something state law requires. is salon cleaning all files in between clients? they require them to use files but they have to be sterilized. >> if you see them coming out of drawer with debris, that's unacceptable.
properly disinfecting tools. >> i show my clients these have been sterilized and open that up in front of them. >> reporter: for sharon cooper, even salon with the best practices isn't worth the risk. >> no, i have not had pedicure since. >> reporter: 212 complaints and taking shortcut with the safety. we were with those investigators when shut one local nail salon down and show you violation you they found tonight on the fox25 morning news. fox25 investigates i'm karry kavanagh. >> julie: start on the expressway, bright red traffic flow which means typical volume from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. a little bit of delay as well approaching the braintree split, nothing we are not used to.
southbound through lexington starting to slow down, 93 south very sluggish as you head from medford down into somerville. live look right now at route 1 in saugus and it is bumper-to-bumper as approach lynn fells parkway. live drive times, 30 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 30 minutes expressway from the braintree split to the pike and almost an hour 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. these drive times i expect hover in this area if not increase within the next hour still as we work our way through the thick of the morning commute. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, the snow for tomorrow looking a lot closer than when you may have gone to bed. >> shiri: absolutely. i adjusted toward worcester is central massachusetts, might want to hop on twitter to make sure you share that one, but chance of rain will be plymouth down across the cape and islands, and we are going to get mist in boston for the late portion of the morning, but right will sit right across
an end just after lunchtime today, and green on the map right now and don't have the same heavy showers yesterday, nor do we have the heavy gusts to go along with it, planted right here close to mashpee, falmouth, pocket of steadier rain moving toward hyannis and rain reports at 50 and 1 mile visibility, so one of the spots where i have had fog this morning, 49 at 10:00 a.m., a little bit rain cooled, get back up to 52 at noon time and between noon and one, showers are done, still a lot of lingering clouds, hyannis, boston, especially points to the north and west, where now we have a little bit of drizzle and clouds, but clouds do tend to break apart this afternoon. let's keep the risk of rain in boston through about 10:00 a.m. temperatures staying put in the low to mid-50s today, so what you feel now is what you feel this afternoon. you're dressing for 50s now at noon time, afternoon, this
cool down, 54 in lawrence, bedford, 55 with the clouds and plymouth and new bedford, worcester 50 , 48 in keene, 52 in portsmouth, new hampshire. future cast has front moving offshore at 1:00, which is why the showers come to an end and disturbance expected to track much closer to us, dragging in moisture friday forecast and no longer looks like most will stay out to sea, and problem is it starts to work way back up to rain after 7:00 tonight and after midnight starts making change over to snow and boston area change likely between four and five tomorrow morning, and see by 7:00 a.m., snow most of the area, exception over to the cape and islands, and close to the rain-snow line where you can get intense snow create quick accumulation, inch or two inches per hour in couple spots, but heavy wet snow at that, and not going to be very fun for clean-up and result in power outages.
of the deeper shading and heavier snow over southeastern massachusetts, and ending after lunchtime in worcester and boston, a little bit later on for the south shore and cape,
finally moving offshore by 5:00 p.m. snow totals one to three nantucket because of mix with rain and three to six barnstable, bridgewater, over to fall river, brockton as well three to six inches and one to three in and around boston area, back through sudden burr and he worcester and coating to an inch but i will warn you every model this morning numbers have gone up slightly or still working to fine-tune the forecast. for the time being we are expectation accumulation friday morning. dry, calumet sunday morning flurries and tuesday next week we have another weather maker with snow in the forecast. back to you, sara. >> sara: 8:21.
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>> julie: fire crews say man wasn't hurt in crash and treated for the medical incident. >> daniel: blizzard left 100,000 people stranded outside a train station and most chose the earliest possible flight but not the lucky lady and only one that opted for a later flight and airline gave her only one on the plane. you know, i don't like to fly much. this would drive me crazy.
related. julie: nurse put smile on face of young cancer patient. >> julie: nurse said he started singing to her when couldn't fall asleep. >> maybe forget i'm still in the hospital. >> julie: he quit job to go back to school. julie: time to check with shiri spear. >> shiri: fog and rain and travel conditions not quite perfect, i think they will be great for the evening commute. friday morning what a mess. timing out heavy snow and
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>> sara: now at 8:30 tracking rain but bigger story is what's to come. snow is once again in the forecast. gene will join us in a few minutes from new hampshire primary headquarters, but first, actually looking forward to a little bit of snow. >> shiri: my kids are not pleased there's no snow making yet, in time for the friday morning commute, thursday morning though let's get you out the door. i have visibility down to quarter mile chatham and there's dense fog, so got rain and fayou go -- fog over southeastern massachusetts and worst of the rain in barnstable and at that steady lighter rain, marshfield 57 and showers and few sprinkles toward norton
and foxborough and framingham 56 and up across maynard and worcester and auburn, there's still a couple rain drops further north 52 at nashua at 52
clouds as you wake up this morning, and those areas dry now, a little more sunshine this afternoon and noon 52 , just showers on the cape, visit the area, brightening conditions into the afternoon and cooling trend with 40s this evening, which is going to make way
to the snowfall that i'm going to track for you coming up. julie grauert now with live drive time traffic, keeping eye on sky fox this morning. >> julie: 128 southbound as part of the commute, avoid it, right now accident involving several cars, 128 southbound route 129. see tow truck is on scene getting ready to toe one of those cars away, but we still have several emergency vehicles on scene. two left lanes blocked right now this is in wakefield and causing delays and accident on route 9 near martin road over to the live drive times, 28 minutes on
57 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, and we have been bumped up to almost an hour on 128 southbound because of that accident from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. sara, back to you. >> sara: damage in amesbury. a tree crashes into the home during height of bad weather last night. the tree actually hit a pair of bedrooms where the kids sleep. fox25 jessica reyes is live in amesbury with a look at how close this tree actually came to
. jess? >> jessica: tree landed in two bedrooms. >> middle son didn't go into his and he had right on top of him. >> when i came out all the kids were in dining room and crying and speaking out. >> sara: path of damage not just in amesbury but north shore into the merrimac valley. strong winds took down the tree, narrowly missing the house and lowell tree fell into lawrence street blocking traffic as crews cleaned up the mess. on kembell road the family did
thankful this isn't much worse. >> very thankful beds two or 3 feet from where it came through. >> jessica: that's where the children's bedrooms are in this house. they can't stay here for now. it is not clear when they will be back inside the house. live in amesbury, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: as shiri said tracking more rain in the morning and snow on the way for friday and bring us updated information as she gets it and custom forecast any time on the fox25 weather app. sara: following breaking news right now. fox25 news learned student has been hit by vehicle near brockton high school this morning. these are still pictures from the scene. this crash happened less than an
the victim is a girl. she was conscience and alertar the accident. the victim was taken to brockton hospital. no word if charges will be filed against the driver. candidate are all back in new hampshire this morning ramping up the rallies and attacks before next tuesday's primary. fox25 anchor gene lavanchy at primary headquarters in manchester this morning. we miss you here in dedham, gene come back. >> gene: nice to be missed, sara. it is getting very busy here in the state of new hampshire and first event in exeter and making stops in ware and marco rubio will be in portsmouth before making three on stops in the day
campaign day at elk's lodge in keene, new hampshire. feud between donald trump and ted cruz is heating up. last night cruz event in nashua, trump was topic of conversation and cruz poked ifun what he called trumpertantrums and criticized for accepting big loans in wall street and started with tweet trump typing ted cruz didn't win iowa, he stole it. that's why the polls were sorologist ofrologist and fab mob vowedle-- voters deserve better and staffers told iowa voters
that opponent ben carson was about to drop out of the race. >>
here and does trump have case? >> trump trying to take away the victory and political benefit and cruz is fraud. >> gene: defending himself and what he can do, how that might affect him here. >> it has to affect him
in negative way, voters will have questions planted in brain saying is this guy legit? this geese to the question of character and i think it is a really big concern for cruz. >> gene: let's talk about democrats with the comments she has been making. appears hillary clinton is downplaying expectations here in new hampshire. wise move on her part? >> seems like sanders will win and under 10% and going to see
people will. >> betting under 10% and wise political move and go into south carolina and come back kid like her husband. >> gene: how much does bernie sanders need to win by to make end-roads for hillary clinton. >> i think over 10%. >> gene: got to beat the margin too. >> i think the problem with sanders campaign they are trying to raise expectation and real him back and realize made a mistake. >> gene: closer to primary day here in new hampshire. gene: don't miss primary
politic reporter sharman sacchetti will be reporting and bring you live reports, and speeches as they happen. so a lot on the docket today here in new hampshire, and we will be back with update for you coming up at the top of the hour right now back to sara. >> sara: look forward to that, gene. thank you. this morning a second person is under arrest accused of stealing human remains from the cemetery. on tuesday police arrested a 40-year-old man that practices the religion known as santeria in connection with theft from hope cemetery in worcester. they found human skulls and blood in the basement of felix delgado's connecticut home. another man was arrested in connection with the case in december. police say eight bodies were taken from locked mausoleum at the cemetery in october. into it is city leaders say one company controls dozens of properties not safe or sanitary. this includes mice infested
three children were found during a drug alert raid last month. telegram says city inspectors looked at 22 of 25 properties owned by mns realty. they found 61 violations including trash in hallways, insect and vermian infesteddan infestation, broken window and no gas or heat. inspections took place in december. the king street home was one where they were not allowed to enter. sara: boston red sox forcing troubled fenway bar to shut down. who's on first on yawkey way has been plagued with violence. on thanksgiving mbta conductor was gunned down right outside the front door and two months from that there was a gang-related fight. who's on first was cleared of any wrong doing in both
globe it is unacceptable and they want to keep it safe. no word when the bar will close or what will take it place. >> julie: check we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes together. 128 in wakefield and sky fox a few minutes ago and look at how it is impacting drive time and first here is shiri. >> shiri: picture perfect, easy going, clouds and tomorrow morning snow, i will tell what you time you make the flip from rain to snow in your town next. >> sara: a local principal is off the job this morning. coming up the sunday morning school activity that has him in hot water. a would-be robber brought a knife about and store clerk had
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>> shiri: moderate rat showers right now to brewster and blanket of light rain across the cape and islands this morning, getting up to plymouth and wareham and sprinkles out toward the boston area northward. >> sara: bold robbery attempt. this is incredible video from police in methuen. daniel miller joins us now with the video you have to see. daniel, police posted online to track the guy down. >> daniel: methuen police posted the video on facebook page at stop quick on haverhill street. take a look. take a good look at man in surveillance video. do you recognize him? methuen police are looking for him after he attempted to rob a stop quick. man at counter talking with
clerk leaves the counter man grabs the register and tries to escape through the front door and clerk wasn't far behind and holding a putter and taxes the man as he tries to escape with register and even see money coming out of register and clerk had blocked the door but that didn't stop the man from using register to break the tempered glass. man crawls out of the front door and escapes. police say man dropped knife before leaving the store. they say he left in a blue suv. you're asked to call methuen police if you recognize the suspect. in the newsroom this morning, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: possible medical breakthrough, researchers found new way to keep lab mice alive longer. removing cells that no longer
creation. sara: staff members that pregnant or become pregnant opt out of areas where the zica virus is concerned. united and delta airlines say pilots and flight attendants flying to latin america or caribbean can choose other routes if they want to. the zica virus comes from mosquitos and serious risk to pregnant women because linked to birth defects. the world health organization has declared it a global health emergency. >> julie: route 129 in wakefield, delays stretching back to route 1 in peabody and will slow you down on 128 southbound, so i would try to use alternate route and work your way, avoid the area as much as possible.
jammed from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road, as you could see volume steady and heavy past the gas tank. here are live drive times, 41 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave, 34 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, almost an hour on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear has been working so hard this morning, and this tweet really does a good job of explaining, what exactly does it take to build a snow map, all of these different opposites and taking information and composing what we can expect tomorrow. >> shiri: models two to five inches of snow in boston you have to put it up as meetingologist to say what's going on here, and fog and rain and timing of the snow with bigger weather threat and going
tonight and overnight and even look like it would come yesterday which is why we have so much and yesterday looks like most of it was going to stay offshore and right now we got the spotty showers, now even outside the boston area along the sea coast of new hampshire, got little band out toward the worcester area too along the mass pike, but still steady stuff is over the cape and islands and 10:00 this morning, most of the day 50s, cooler air what's going to make way to the eventually flip over to snow you can see hyannis risk of rain straight through noon to 1:00 today and after that we see a little dry period but overnight tonight rain will roll on back, and then worcester area mostly dry conditions, this is where you have the best chance, seeing a little bit of sunshine today, 54 in boston this afternoon, 50 in worcester, 48 in keene, 55 plymouth to new bedford with thicker clouds because that's
offshore at 1:00 p.m. good-bye showers, hello dry times here and short lived because that's the next piece of emergency and as pushes toward us here, rain spreading south to north 7:00 tonight and evening showers come into play and battle between the warm and cool air and going to change rain to snow during the morning commute and very close to the rain-snow line and heavier snow and could be facing inch or even more per hour where we get the rain-snow line setting up and 7:00 tomorrow morning it is right around the cape cod canal which is don cuesive to the heavier snow over southeastern massachusetts. the other big question with the storm system is how far inland is it going to reach? even here at 1:00 p.m. lingering showers from the sea coast to the north shore, over to the worcester area, worcester likely ends around noon time there. up into new hampshire. boston ends closer to 2:00 p.m., about three and four for the south shore and 5:00 p.m. and
heavier snow going with three to six inches bridgewater, plymouth, sandwich and barnstable and mixing with the rain here over the outer cape and nantucket, three to six inch snowfall expectation, might have to be skewed higher in hingham and canton and now one to three inch bandwidth franklin and douglas to worcester, sudbury, danvers, does include the boston area, to the north and west of that, coating to an inch and remember, that's where we have the most questions, how far inland will it reach and likely going to be a sharp cutoff to the snow and we have 40s and mostly dry and sunday morning flurries, and better chance for snow as we look toward tuesday timeframe. back to you. >> sara: if watching the super bowl is on your bucket list, you better start saving now. why the big game is harder than
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