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>> gene: live this morning as police search for a driver that hit a building and ran away. >> sara: developing right now, a 16-year-old the latest victim of deadly violence. nurse person of interest this morning. >> michael: mattresses and bicycle and all outside after what some neighbors call a massive party. what it being 32 to get police to take 41 people out in handcuffs and get this house condemned. >> gene: more troubling news about the zica virus. symptoms now being linked to the deadly link. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: 7:00 on monday morning, february 22nd, thank you for being with us this
>> sara: i'm sara underwood. back to normal temps after a warm weekend. shiri spear in stormtracker weather center and kids in massachusetts are back to school and kids in new hampshire on break now. >> shiri: temperature in the 20s and 30s and pretty typical, not above average temperatures this time of the year, at least at starting points, 31 right now in worcester, 34 in boston, we have cleared on out, we still got lingering clouds south shore down to the cape and islands, but those are on their way out as well, so by 9:00 a.m. future cast continues to clear things up, we got sunshine in boston at 35 , 32 in worcester, 33 in nashua, and about 38 in plymouth here and noon time today, let's plan around upper 30s. afternoon we do get up to 40 and commute from home it is 5:00 p.m. and notice we have lost a couple degrees, so 38 to 44 , highs today nice and
though will be warming for the middle of the week. it is not always sunshine though we got snow, ice, rain, wind, we got it all and what time to plan around those things coming up. julie grauert here now with live drive time traffic. quite a mess on the road. >> julie: sky fox over the accident on 128 northbound at route 24 in randolph. you can see there's in sort of steel or garbage and caused quite a mess blocking two right lanes at the moment, so just that far left lane is getting by over to a picture, this is tweeted out by mass dot or mass state police, rather, and you could see all the steel and it is going to take quite a bit of time to clean up. those delays stretching all the way back to the split and i think they are going to stack all the way on to the expressway into the southbound lanes and continue because until that's clear it is really going to cause some headaches. want to shift north of town as well, we have another rollover there. this is 93 southbound at mcgrath highway. two right lanes are blocked
here are live drive times. 32 minutes on the expressway on the braintree split to the pike. 40 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 11 minutes on 128. this is university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls and still working on building the fresh graphic with how the drive time affected up to the accident site. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: new this morning a car plows right into the side of a local starbucks leaving a gaping hole in the side of the building. you could see tables and chairs knocked over from the impact. >> sara: this happened just before one this can this morning, and right now police say they are still searching for the driver. route 1 in norwood where contractors have been working on damage since you arrived at around 3:30 this morning. >> jessica: they have, sara. they were here when we first got here, more of them here now, but you could see the white truck is in the way of the big hole in the side of the building, but that is what the driver plowed into the building here at this starbucks right around 12:30 this morning, take look to the
into the drive through, only going if the find the starbucks closed and no coffee for him to get this morning. this had understand around 12:30 this morning, driver plowed into the side of the building and took off running. again, police still searching for the drive right now. we know mass state police were here to help out the norwood police department with canine but the seven does continue this morning. we have video from the past half hour of people walking up to the front of the starbucks, only to be turned away. others heading to the drive through as just saw, also just to be turned away, as there are no real signs up at this points telling people that it is, in fact, closed. now, at this hour contractors continue to work to patch up this hole. at this point the building inspector has not been out here, but it is clear that this starbucks is going to be closed for a couple more hours. live here in norwood, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: also new this morning one person was taken to the hospital after this two-car accident in revere.
before 1:00 a.m. on lee burbank highway and there's no condition on the other driver. >> gene: boston police say they have a person of interest and deadly attack on 16-year-old boy. he was stabbed yesterday afternoon on columbia road and dorchester. the scene-year-old was rushed to the hospital but died as short time later. police say they have identified a person of interest who they want to speak with, but no one has been charged. our catherine parrotta in dorchester this morning, she will have a live report ahead at 7:30. >> sara: this was a scene of a house party police in bridgewater say lasted for days before they broke it up. this morning more than 40 people are waiting to go to court. most of the people arrested were underage and some neighbors say the crowd had been at it since last thursday. this house is a few miles from the bridgewater state university cam pus. michael henrich live at the scene on maple avenue talking with neighbors all morning long. good morning, michael. >> michael: good morning, sara about 30 minutes ago i spoke with a neighbor for the first
the people that live at allan houston on bridgewater. she says that the neighbors who were upset about the party and pointed us to the pile of judge. >> here on the front yard, she says were also misinformed or misleading us. she said this pile came out after the two 21-year-old lived here got the house condemned and forced to clear it out and move out yesterday afternoon. condemned in more ways than one. >> they are not residents. they are only here in college, but they don't have any respect for the neighborhood, for the other people in the neighborhood we just want quiet, that's all. >> michael: a stack of destroyed couches, bikes and more in front of this maple avenue house in bridgewater. the aftermath of a day's long rager resulting in 41 arrests. >> it has lasted the last three days. it has been going three days.
the house and urinating in the front of the yard. >> michael: bridgewater police say many college-aged kids tried running away from first floor windows but they didn't get very far. officers and code inspectors found minors drinking alcohol, several public street signs, and enough evidence to condemn the home and kick out the two spaits 21-year-old's renting the property. neighbors say they are just glad this party is over. >> you're in college, you know, you're young, i get it. don't do stupid stuff like this when you're young. you know, you don't want to ruin the rest of your life. >> michael: so as you heard there, handful of neighbors obviously upset with what took place saturday night at the very least in contrast and the house was condemned here and orange sign says there were no smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors inside the house. i'm working to find out more information, trying to square the circle here, if you will,
conflict of information is. i have reached out to police, and i'm following up with them throughout the morning. as soon as i heard back and get the new info for you, of course, i will bring you new update. live in bridgewater, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: 7:08 local civil rights leaders calling for headmaster to be removed. boston chapter of naacp discussed to harassment of students at boston latin school. last week report said administrators did not properly investigate one incident of racial abuse. no administrators were disciplined. school leaders told the globe they look forward to meeting with civil lights leaders. >> sara: attleboro man will face a judge for cooking meth in his home. police were called on knight avenue for a possible drug overdose. fumes made him sick. police evacuated several homes
dismantled the meth lab and neighbors were shocked to what was happening. >> lived here my entire life, never thought there would be a meth lab right next door to me. >> sara: last night neighbors were allowed to return to their homes. the suspect will be charged with making meth later today. >> gene: today presidential candidate bernie sanders will be campaigning in massachusetts. the dick will address students at umass amherst. tomorrow republicans will hold the caucus in nevada. over the weekend hillary clinton won the democratic caucus there and jeb bush suspended his campaign after donald trump cruised to victory in south carolina republican primary. >> people have been hit from 97 different angles and now we are down to i guess five. >> i'm so thrilled and so grateful to all of my supporters out there. >> gene: hillary clinton will be attending several fundraisers
gene: last night in las vegas donnie wahlberg gave his endorsement to florida senator, marco rubio. he doesn't see eye to eye on every issue but trusts the senator. he said endorsing a republican is big change for him. >> i'm going to be very honest right now. i have never, never voted for a republican presidential candidate. >> gene: wahlberg says of leading republicans he believes rubio is the democratic republicans don't want to rupp against in november. >> gene: super tuesday is week from tomorrow. fox25 will have continuing coverage of all the presidential candidates. voters in 14 states, including massachusetts will make the white house picks on next tuesday, march 1st. join us here and online for the latest developments and up-to-the-minute election results. >> sara: happening today wife of bill cosby expected to answer
camil cosby scheduled to be deposed in self suit followed by several whatem that said her husband assaulted him. the case is heard in springfield over the weekend cosby lawyers filed motion to stop her from testifying and the judge has yet to rule on that motion. >> julie: we wanted to get back to the breaking traffic news, accident on 128 northbound at route 24 in randolph. we know the driver was not hurt, but it is a huge mess because there was steel in giant truck and blocking two right lanes at the moment and backing things up from 24 all the way to the braintree split. i will have a look at live drive times come coming up in a few minutes. first here is shiri. >> shiri: 32 at 8:00 a.m., by 9:00 a.m. 34, so warm-up underway with sunshine up above and i will show you when we get 40s, even 50s back on the
>> sara: it happened in busy parking lots in broad daylight. at 7:30, hundreds of miles thieves may have traveled to grab purses out of local cars. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. national story, uber driver accused of killing and shooting innocent people and still picking the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today.
>> julie: live. route 24 and you can see all the steel in the truck when it rolled over it covered the roadway. we have been down to one lane 128 northbound since 6:40 and backups extending well into the braintree split and to the expressway on southbound lanes now. i will have a look at live drive times in a few minutes. >> gene: horrific shooting rampage. uber driver cruised of killing innocent people, a father and son. >> daniel: jasontality be accused of shooting eight people, killing six of them. it started in apartment complex saturday evening. killings. >> daniel: prosecutor describing the calm manner in
carried out saturday night's shooting spree. >> it wasn't hurried in any way shape or form. they are on video, there's video with law enforcement. >> daniel: over the course of seven hours, starting at apartment complex late saturday afternoon where police say he gunned down a woman in the parking lot. the victim is hospitalized and expected to survive. her neighbors described the horrifying attack. >> he was here to kill. >> daniel: more than four hours later another attack, a father and teenage son shot and killed at car dealership. minutes after that dalton opened fire on five people at restaurant parking lot killing four and injuring another. he was finally arrested just after 12:30 sunday morning. a passenger who rode with dalton before the rampage described the troubling behavior. >> maybe a mile from my house, got telephone call, after that telephone call he started driving really erratically. we were kind of driving through
once you came to a stop i jumped out of the car and ran away. >> daniel: perhaps even more bizarre, source with knowledge of the investigation says dalton picked up and dropped off passengers between shootings. investigators think he was looking for even more fares after the final attack. uber has confirmed that dalton drove for them and say he had passed a background check and issued a statement with condolences and offering with the investigation. daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: u.s. supreme court will return to work if the first time since the death of justice antonin scalia. the eight remaining justices will begin hearing oral argument starting at 10:00. scalia died earlier this month at the age of 79. chief justice john roberts is expected to mention justice antonin scalia's passing from
>> julie: back to news, sky fox, truck carrying scrap metal rolled over, happened about 6:41 this morning. ever since then bringing you live pictures and still just one lane open, far left lane. within the last few minutes they put up cones and that's to make sure everyone stays as far left as possible and seen a few tow trucks and quite a mess of themselves and long time to get that cleared. look at this picture from mass state police. they tweeted this out, and you can see it is going to take quite a bit of effort to get all of that removed from the road. over to the map where we are seeing, look at this, traffic flow, 128 northbound, all the way back through the braintree split, stretching to the expressway. i would think within the next 15, 20 minutes, we will be well on to the expressway in those southbound lanes. avoid 128 northbound up into 24 and randolph area at all cost this morning because just going to be too much of a headache
expressway slow in the northbound lanes to columbia road and here is another look at 93 south, average speeds 9 miles per hour through medford into somerville. over to live drive times, 45 minutes eastbound 495 to mass ave, 33 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, almost an hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now, and shiri, doesn't seem like weather may have been a cause of any of the issues out there this morning. >> shiri: only weather hazard i can think of would have solar glare, grab sunglasses, back to normal, gorgeous back drop and coating to two inches and ice in the forecast rolling into wednesday morning, but turns real mild and rainy wednesday into thursday, so we got a limited weather threat that's kind of weather related and
boston, not really bad way to warm up, mostly sunny skies out there, and we got clearing massachusetts and few clouds out there and 11:00 a.m. 38 and 40 this afternoon and generally speaking right around where most of you will get today. future cast zipping right along and not too much to highlight here, going to be nice and bright the rest of the day, 40 in boston and plymouth, over to lawrence, fitchburg to nashua, today upper 30s in worcester as well as beverly and portsmouth, new hampshire, upper 30s across the cape as well. you can look forward to seeing the same bright skies, even down there. overnight tonight teens inland, 20s at coastline, those are early morning tuesday temperatures, and although tomorrow will start the little bit of sunshine, increasing clouds and highs in the upper 30s to lower 40s. so we got clouds coming in off
winds and result mostly in clouds and things up at 5:00 p.m. and going to get home just fine tomorrow, but once we hit the evening, we start seeing the snow showers develop, it could happen as early as 7:00 p.m. tomorrow, but watch this flip over to some rain and freezing rain by the time you wake up on wednesday morning. this is 7:00 a.m. but the problem is even though we are seeing a lot of rain up into southern new hampshire, merrimack valley and central massachusetts, the problem is some of you are still going to be at freezing, so not until noon we really see the warm air take over, everybody will be above freezing and threat for icy travel will end by noon time wednesday. the afternoon though we get into some of the i was rain wednesday night and thursday morning, thursday it is also wind on top of that, things quiet down for the end of the week with flurries friday and sunday. back to you. >> gene: 7:21. it is the talk of spring training. kung fu panda with extra padding
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>> gene: passengers are forced to run from bus as it explodes. it was going from chicago to milwaukee when it caught fire. some passengers smelled smoke and decided to evacuate. as soon as they left it burst into flames. one person wrote a travel blog for the chicago times. >> gene: witnesses smashed the driver's window and then pulled him from the car. after the fire was extinguished first responders said they found a bible sitting on front seat. it was the only thing in the car that did not burn. >> sara: a pair of twins in california have been playing lottery scratch tickets for years and for the first time they hit it big. all thanks to yellow lady bug. one of the sister's saw bug on windshield and took as sign of good luck. she picked up tickets for the
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>> gene: route 24 in randolph, following the scene since it happened this morning and backups are getting long and her driver's okay and tow truck showed up in the last few minutes and a lot of work and how long the backup and not how far back it goes and big problem and let the front end loader cross-over and not going to make things easier. >> julie: live pictures and see how it is backed up on 128 northbound, squantum street on expressway northbound and they will get worse until make progress here. >> sara: not the time of morning you want to see anything like this, but and hopefully everybody is okay. is the sun? >> shiri: full force sun is
i know this weekend was a huge tease. 50s, 60s, normal high this time of year is 40. we are going to be completely normal, 34 in plymouth with few early morning clouds, hit the clear skies as you hit toward quincy and stoughton and into boston at 34 , only 27 though in wayland and framingham, 29 in boxford this morning, 28 in newbury, so got chillier locations, worcester freezing at 31, so is leominster, and currently 29 in tyngsborough, 29 into bedford, new hampshire. 9:00 this morning still nice and sunny and got temperatures here that are going to be a little slow to warm-up, so 35 at 9:00 a.m., highs in the lower 40s around throw p.m., so for kids headed back to school today in massachusetts, when they come home we are going to be the lower 40s which honestly isn't that much warmer where we are now, so basically back to
no more of the spring like temperatures, february like temperature and do return to the 50 degree highs coming up and over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic and breaking news. >> julie: shiri, number of people at breaking news and crash, they have record trucks there and more crews try to get the scrap metal cleaned up, see the far left lane has been reopened, but there has been self emergency vehicles on screen, all of that scrap metal covering far right two left lanes and going to be awhile before they get it clean up. here is picture from mass state police and that's the mess we are dealing with on the road. i give 15 minute bet we would start to see delays on the stretch way and up to squantum street on the expressway. route 3 passed route 18 right now, see residual delays there on route 3 as you head northbound and up to the braintree split.
northbound lanes from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. also want to highlight slow spots north of town, route 1 typical delays there. here are live drive times, up to 35 minutes and 12 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128 and 14 minutes on 90 as you approach 128 and have update in ten minutes. back to you. >> gene: 16-year-old is latest victim of violence. teenager stabbed in the street and later died at the hospital. >> sara: catherine parrotta live at columbia avenue and there's a person of interest but they are not saying there's been an arrest. >> catherine: they have not identified the victim but investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident and looking at surveillance video that might have been captured by any of the businesses you see here. there's a church on one corner, convenience store on other
again, police saying they have identified a person of interest. all of this happened though in broad daylight around 4:30 yesterday afternoon. police found the 16-year-old victim near the corner of columbia road and devin street. at first police thought he had been shot but later realized injury was stab wound. team was taken to boston medical center but didn't survive. police, again, have not identified him by name, but isn't the first time police have responded to the area. just about two weeks ago police also called to area of devin street to respond to report of a shooting. during that incident police fatally shot a man who they say wouldn't put down his gun. at this time police have said no formal charges have been filed. however, i do have a call-out to boston police this morning to see if anything has changed with that and see if we can get more information. in the meantime i wassing a able to get more homicide in the city this year. live in dorchester, catherine
>> gene: starbucks in norwood car slammed into the side of the building and store remains closed right now and isn't the only investigation that's underway. the drive is also missing. jessica reyes is live at the scene on route 1. jess, you have been in contact with local police all morning. >> sara: >> jessica: we have. we know mass state police come here to help out the norwood police department early this morning, brought canine units and still not able to track the suspect down. look at scene here, white truck is blocking the hole, but you may be able to hear them sleeping and drilling and continuing to patch up the home to hopefully get this starbucks closer to being hope. this all happened around 12:30 this morning, driver of this white car plowed into the building leaving a huge hole in it. again, the driver did take off running. now, where this happened, the car went into the seating area
make the coffee, make the food, that's still all good. so is the drive there you. people have been pulling up trying to go around to the drive through and obviously closed so haven't been able to get their coffee, but at this point the building inspectors has not been in scene just yet and make the call whether or not the building is structurally sound and then we will go from there is to whether or not they are going to open today. another live look at the progress here in just half hour. live in norwood, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: attleboro man will go before a judge to face charges for cooking meth. they were called to knight avenue for a possible drug overdose. fumes from making the meth made him sick. police evacuated several homes nearby as state police bomb squad dismantled the meth lab. neighbors were so shocked to
>> lived here my entire life and never thought making meth would be one thing around here. >> sara: man in hoodie part of crime ring that is breaking into cars across the area. they take purses but police say they are actually for something more personal and it could be working far outside the state. >> daniel: they may be part of theft ring out of florida and they travel committing car break-ins. someone stealing purse out of unlocked jeep and caught on camera checking out inside of two other cars before taking off on saturday vehicles in millis and medford were broken into. police believe the same thieves are responsible for a rash of well. vehicles parked at the medway targets. >> by saturday afternoon we have
to 5:00 p.m. and sometime during that class three of our students' cars got broken into. police tell us thieves are looking for checkbooks and identification cards so they can commit bank fraud. they believe one of the suspects is a woman. we got the surveillance images up on the facebook page this morning on myfoxboston.com if you want to take another look. i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: happening today man that sparked campus wide lockdown, william mccune, stopped and attacked a student with a gun. he is not a umass student and got inside the dorm with another man. the student is expected to be okay. mccune faces multiple charges including assault and battery with dangerous weapon. stole $1,000.
lives there is treasurer for the shelter and now it is going to be hard for them to complete the mission. >> there's a cat out there right now that needs us and we will still bring it in but we are going to be hard-pressed to be able to pay for the medical. we will find a way but it is so much harder for us. >> gene: treasurer has installed a security system at the home but shelter still hoping to get the stolen money back. gene: boston police find a loaded handgun inside a family's home. getting a lot of attention online. shows gun and baby seat. police found it over the weekend when searching on norfolk street for drugs. also found heroin, cocaine and cash. both the people living in the home were arrested and charged with drug trafficking. >> shiri: >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes 128 northbound at 24 and likes construction site. does not look like 128 northbound, especially what you don't want to see during the
two front end loaders working to clear out scrap metal and only far left lane is open. i will have look in a moment. >> shiri: clouds are clearing out and we will have nice clear skies to send you home, 30, 40 last. >> gene: cases of whopping cough popping up more and more in massachusetts. why the vaccine for the disease may not be effective.
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not ordered to lose a specific order of pounds but they want him in better shape. ten home runs and lowest batting averaging of his career last season. red sox still owe him $90 million in salary so paid him that much would seem like okay to lose a little weight. spring training resumes. live reports all week long at fox25 and also follow along on twitter, instagram and facebook for bonus coverage in social media. >> sara: for months doctors have been worried about the impact of zica virus on pregnant women. it is linked to rare birth defect that impacts brain development. however, health officials say zica may be causing another rise in another deadly disease. the washington post says parts of colombia and brazil seeing spike in cases in gin bar syndrome. it causes a body's immune system
results in death or paralysis. sara: there's good news about hpv. researchers say it is proven effective and they say it has already reduced virus to cause cervical cancer by almost two-thirds but the bad news is vaccination rates are low, 40% of girls and 20% of boys have been vaccinated. researchers hope the proven track record will help encourage more people to get the vaccine. >> gene: new concerns this morning about the overdose reversal drug called narcan. used by emt's and first responders and her went addicts, but there's a worry it could be enabling the users instead. >> hit me seven times and looked at roommate and they just gave the head nod, don't know what's going to happen. >> gene: debate between saving
continues tonight at 10:00. heather hegedus talks to first responders and addicts still alive because of it. that's coming up on fox25 news at 10:00. >> sara: today boston lawmakers will make a push to selling animals from commercial breeders. they say those animals are typically abused and negatived. one city councilor says it will help cut back on breeding animals in unsafe conditions. the bill will be envailed today at the mspca animal hospital in jamaica plain. sara: unusual call on first responders when dog got caught on porch. it happened yesterday on chatman street in greenfield. firefighters were just about to rescue the dog when luckily the owner came home and was able to coax the dog back into the house police say this is a great reminder to secure the doors and
>> sara: >> julie: it is 7:47. this is in randolph as you could see all lanes shut down right now on 128 northbound because we have tow truck coming in, we actually have a school bus looks like it is pulled over off to the side there, they are just waiting and late to school today because it has been a lot of work to get this rollover cleaned up. it is full of stretch metal that poured out on to the roads and several front end loaders trying to get to clear that out and not going to be impressed by the drive times. check out residual clays too on route 3 as making way up northbound, long past route 18, almost back to 228 in rockland, and i will have that and used to seeing that. sluggish on 93 south, of course, not connected to the accident we are showing you pictures of. 36 minutes on expressway from the braintree split to the pike,
leverett connector, but 128 northbound 3-mile stretch average speed 3 miles per hour and looking at over commute right now. avoid 128 northbound, back roads, stay-at-home, you will be stuck crawling at 3 miles per hour. >> shiri: after very mild weekend with 50s and 60s back on track temperatures both today and tomorrow, upper 30s, lower 40s, got high pressure coming in and that's really going to push out the clouds and temperatures 35 at 9:00 a.m. in boston, 38 at 11:00 a.m., 40 here at 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. today and won't see much in the way of cloud cover, it is sunny skies, looking for hot spots, here they are, southeastern
in foxborough and taunton, 44 bridgewater over to brockton, but a lot of spots just get to 40 , worcester at 39 , 41 in fitchburg, 39 in manchester, new hampshire and over to upper 30s in sea coast. overnight tonight it is going to be a lot of 20s on the map, far enough inland might find teens and chilly wake-up temperatures tomorrow morning and tomorrow's highs limited 38 in boston, 39 in worcester, couple lower 40s in between and clouds really going to start thickening up as we travel into the tuesday with winds coming in off the water and clouds come in eight to west tomorrow and daylight hours, even through evening commute staying dry, 5:00 p.m. and snow, ice and rain off to the south and move during the evening hours and see snow arriving as soon as 7:00 tomorrow evening south of the mass pike but here at midnight
developing in boston and worcester and southern new hampshire within. with flip over to rain and gets into southern new hampshire by 7:00 wednesday morning. here is my concern. still going to have of a lot of spots, northern mass, talking freezing reason on top of the snow here tuesday night and wednesday morning because of the quick changeover to rain don't expect much accumulation in southeastern massachusetts. not a lot of snow but adding ice on top of that means that we are going to have kind of headache morning. want to break down some of the icier spots that you can see on your screen in pink, this is where we get freezing rain for the wednesday morning commute, worcester, acton, lowell, southern new hampshire, heavy rain from wednesday night into thursday morning and on top of that we will see some strong
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>> gene: apple acting on business interest and this week apple faces deadline to unlock the phone. gene: swag way is urging customers not to use boards until new safety standards are issued. earlier this year the consumer product safety commission says all hover boards are unsafe and also sparked fires when riders
gene: samsung making big move in virtual reality. new camera that can shoot cameras that can then be viewed in 3d with virtual reality headset. south korea company revealed galaxy seven and galaxy seven edge going on sale later this week. >> sara: singer kesha lost a legal battle with her former manager. judge ruled she couldn't get out of it so other rulings other stars had support including taylor swift who silently sent $250 and demi lovato called her out without making the donation without speaking out. she said she would be impressed
sara: british. >> gene: house in taiwan feels like the room is spinning. conducted upside down house home includes everything from living room to garage but ceiling is floor and furniture is above your head. organizers say the project took nearly two months to build, cost approximately section hundred thousand dollars. a lot of money for something i'm not sure what they -- life's upside down i guess is message. donald trump big winner over the weekend but marco rubio getting support from unlikely place. new kid on the block who's pledging allegiance to republican for the first time. >> shiri: as we head toward the middle of the week, a little bit of snow and ice in the forecast and whole lot of wet
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>> michael: mattresses, couches and bicycle outside after what some neighbors call a massive party. what it took to get police to take 41 people out in handcuffs and get this house condemned. >> sara: plus a vaccine may not be enough. why a new shot could be to blame for spike in serious illness for kids. fox25 investigates now at 8:00. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, thank you for being with us, it is monday, february 22nd. i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. breaking news for the commute, 128 north is mess right now. fox25 meteorologist shiri spear in stormtracker weather center with plenty of sunshine and we love to hear that. >> gene:
throughout and a little cool, 33 in worcester, 35 in boston, 32 still freezing in lawrence with sunshine up above and we have a little bit of cloud cover here in upper 30s to 40 over southeastern massachusetts, but clouds clearing out, so 10:00 this morning, we are going to be in the mid to upper 30s, still got sunshine ruling the forecast, 40 by lunchtime today and into the evening commute, see temperatures going down by a couple degrees. that's coming down from highs 38 to 44. it comes with nice bright conditions throughout the monday, seasonable highs. this is where we should be this time of the year and i have a nice big warm-up and coming into place and hour-by-hour, minutes away, now julie grauert up with live drive time traffic, and she has had her hands pretty full. >> julie: yes, i have and shiri.
in randolph and working scrap metal work out of the truck when it flips. two tow trucks on scene, still just one lane getting by. because of that accident take a look at those delays on route 3, long past route 18, almost to 228 in rockland. southbound on the expressway we have backups now all the way up to grant granite ave. north of town route 1 and 93 south through medford and into somerville. live drive times, route 3-hour 228 to the split, 30 minutes on braintree split to the pike, you're still crawling at 3 miles an hour for an average speed 128, a little over an hour from the braintree split to route 24 and warning everybody to stay off 128 northbound this morning.
away because of this. giant hole left in starbucks after a driver went into the building overnight. driver wasn't sticking around either. police say he ran off right after the crash. jessica reyes live along route 1 in norwood where police are searching for the driver as crews patch up the damage there, jess. >> jessica: state police out there with canine trying to find him and still on the loose and typically this would be a very busy starbucks as make way to work and today not the case and closed this morning as crews work to catch up this giant hole that the driver left in the side of this building. it is right behind the white truck. taking look at video now. this was shot right after it happened at 12:30 this morning, white car plowed into the walls here and where it hit the building is actually where people are -- that's sitting area where people eat and drink coffee, so very fortunate that this starbucks not open at the
and throughout the morning we have seen people coming trying to get through the drive through, walking up to the door and finding it is closed. this is right on route 1 in norwood heading north so this is a very busy starbucks location, lots of people have been showing up here only to be turned away. as i said, sitting area where people brewed coffee but area where they make the coffee and food, also the drive through, they are pretty untouched and this hour waiting on building inspector to come out here and make the call is to whether or not this is structurally sound, so possible it could be open at some point today, but not at least for a couple hours at this point. police continued to seven for the suspect this morning. we know norwood police department, media person is due into work the next half hour so and expecting update from them sometime soon on where it stands
jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: one person taken to the hospital after two-car accident in revere. one of the cars rolled over before 1:00 a.m. on leigh burbank highway. no word on the other condition of the other driver. >> gene: 16-year-old rushed to the hospital but died a short time later and they have identified a person of interest as mentioned and want to speak with but no one was charged and police looking at surveillance video from surrounding stores today and live to the neighborhood for the very latest in just 30 minutes. >> sara: dozens of people facing charges for a weekend bender that got way out of hand. 40 people arrested at bridgewater state university campus. fox25 michael henrich live on maple avenue outside the house which is now condemned, michael.
in addition to stars and stripes and stoli flag, there's a nice orange sign here that talks about how it is an unsafe residents to go into. says there are no smoke detectors, no carbon monoxide detectors, but while some neighbors this morning about an hour and a half ago did come up and defend the people that live here and call it a three day rager. condemned in more ways than one. >> don't have respect for neighborhood, other people in the neighborhood. we just want quiet, that's all. >> michael: stack of destroyed couches, bikes and more in front of maple avenue house in bridge water. the aftermath of dayslong rager resulting in 41 arrests. >> going three days. >> they were going in the front of the house and urinating in
>> michael: college-age kids running away through first floor windows when arrived at 1:00 a.m. sunday but didn't get far. they found minors drinking alcohol, street signs and enough evidence to condemn the home and kick out two 21-year-old renting the property and neighbors say they are just glad the party is over. >> you're in college, you're young, get it, don't do stupid stuff like this when you're young. you don't want to ruin the rest of your life. >> michael: the pile of stuff is result of two 21-year-old renters kicked out and cleared bridge watered police say 41 people facing a variety of disturbing the peace and alcohol related charges and they will court. we are going to continue to follow up and already reached
find out whether any of these students might be bridgewater state -- arrested might be bridgewater state students and now live in bridgewater, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: this morning local civil rights leaders calling for head of boston school to be removed. boston chapter of naacp met to discuss harassment of students at boston latin school. students held protest at school earlier this year. last week said administrator did not properly investigate. school leaders look forward to meeting with civil rights leaders. >> gene: today presidential candidate bernie sanders will be campaigning in massachusetts. the vermont senator will address students of umass amount hurts. tomorrow republicans will be in nevada and over the weekend hillary clinton won the
jeb bush suspended his campaign after donald trump cruised to victory in south carolina's republican primary. >> started with 17 people and hit 97 different angles and now down to five. >> i'm so, so thrilled and so grateful to all of my supporters out there. >> gene: donnie wahlberg gave endorsement to marco rubio. he does not see eye to eye with rubio but trusts the senator and endorsing the republican is big change for him. >> be very honest right now. i have never, never voted for a candidate. >> gene: wahlberg says of the
rubio is one candidate democrats don't want to run against in november. gene: super tuesday 1 week from tomorrow and all the presidential candidate and voters from 14 states including massachusetts will make the white house picks on next tuesday march 1st join us here and online for the latest developments and up-to-the-minute election >> sara: u.s. supreme court will return to work for the first time since the death of justice antonin scalia. the eight remaining justices will begin hearing oral arguments at 10:00 and scalia died at age of 79 and chief justice john roberts expected to mention scalia's passing from the bench today. >> julie: major development and tough to see in sky fox but the truck has been righted.
side up, no long or its side, so baby steps, small improvement, steps in the right direction, drive time on 128 still increasing, and i will have a look at that in a few minutes. >> shiri: temperature very close to freezing, bright sunshine to take you through the rest of the day and 32 now, 33 at 9:00 a.m. and 35 at 10:00 a.m., show you when to expect the 40s and 50s this week next. it rich. how bug on windshield helped them win $6 million.
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diligently to get truck out of the road. right now only the far left-hand lane getting by on 128 northbound through randolph. i would avoid 128 northbound at all costs because delays backing up to the expressway. >> sara: symptoms of common cold could be much more serious. >> it can be fatal for newborns and young babies. >> sara: the tdap booster given to adolescents are moderate effective for a year and providing immunity two or
>> we are seeing a lot more than we used to and that is because of the vaccine. >> sara: dr. clair mccarthy the previous whopping cough vaccine worked better but had side effects. >> fevers and associated with seizures and worried people, and made a new one, doesn't have side effects but doesn't protect as well, so now seeing eight breaks. >> sara: 20 deaths since 2012 and fox25 learned whopping cough cases in massachusetts are growing in children under four and both saw increase from 2015 compared to 2014. >> immunization protects
>> sara: dr. math kathy says because it isn't as effective doesn't mean you shouldn't get one. >> probably i would not get effective. it is everyone's responsibility to get kids vaccinated and prothose more vulnerable. >> this is something we want to prevent. it is not your average cold. >> sara: dr. mccarthy stresses the whopping cough vaccine does work and best way to prevent is vaccination. medical researchers working on vaccines that are more effective now and more information about whopping cough and new study go to our website and click on news tab.
>> julie: rollover blocking two lanes, two lanes blocked and making progress. the truck is right side up and slowly taking steps to get it towed out to reopen the lanes. however, take look at these delays because of that accident. we got route 3 delayed all the way past route 18 to tro28 in rockland. southbound on the expressway we zoom in here and southbound all the way up to neponset past granite avenue it is jammed. so avoid the expressway southbound if you must and 128 northbound. otherwise 93 south sluggish from woburn through medford and into somerville. here is look at live drive times, over an hour route 3 rockland to the split, 29 from the braintree split to the pike and hour and six minutes on 128 from the split to route 24 and faster to walk, shiri. if you walk 15 minute mile,
you're getting on 128. >> shiri: back on track with normal temperatures and waking up to 20s and 30s this morning, high close to 40 . tuesday night though this is when things get a little messy. looking at coating to two inches of snow and on top of that a little bit of ice, that takes us into the wednesday morning commute, and turns really warm and very, very wet here wednesday into thursday. so right now 35 in boston, if you're in the city and even outside the city you could look at the window and see how lovely a morning it is at 35 . there's your sunshine and we got 37 by 10:00 this morning, 39 at noon time, and we get into the 40s this afternoon. clear skies break into the evening hours today, so future cast here is really just going to tap into the sunshine and 39 beverly and 37 in portsmouth,
, 41 fitchburg, 48 in hyannis and 38 in chatham earlier this afternoon and future cast bring in clouds tomorrow and because we have winds coming in off the water, brings in moisture, boils down to increasing clouds. yet at 5:00 in the evening when heading home from work tomorrow it is still going to be dry, not until the evening i see initially a little bit of snow in the south and could add as early as 7:00 p.m. snow and ice out there and even seeing mostly rain in time for wednesday morning commute and problem spots will be central mass, western mass, merrimac valley, up across northern mass and southern new hampshire where it is still close to freezing and wednesday going to be downpours examine talking about wednesday
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and twin that bought the winning ticket will get the bigger share. >> julie: game of snowmobile softball. there was a tournament 30 miles away from green bay. fielder way for the ball to be hit and then they start the members and chase after it. there were a few injuries. one guy hit -- twisted ankle into the sled and pretty good time. >> sara: i would wipe out. >> sara: seen plenty of wacky fashion trends. if you are nails. these are officially a thing. it is just like a -- >> gene: that's what it looks
>> sara: these are some of the pictures we found on instagram. i don't know if i want these. my daughter tries all kinds of things out and i don't know that my daughter would want this. >> julie: looks like chewbacca on fingernails. >> sara: gene doing a show and tell of that. >> shiri: maybe wash them with sham pew. risk of snow, rain, ice, but chances going up big time as
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times in a moment, but really just a rough commute for the start of our workweek. >> gene: going on three hours almost. >> julie: since 6:40. get truck out of there and going to be going on a little while longer that's for sure. >> sara: pack your patience. >> shiri: 40 is normal high and waking up to near 40 degree temperatures in falmouth and borne from here temperatures don't move very much, boston at
, be lucky to get up to 40 this afternoon and 33 in worcester and tyngsborough, up to new hampshire at 30 and temperatures slowly starting to go up and 3:00 p.m. and a lot of kids going back to school and as we get off the bus and coming home, 42 under mostly sunny skies and even 7:00 this evening, back down to freezing at 32 and going to be nice and quiet, big changes brewing starting tomorrow night and snow, rain, ice, wind and julie grauert with live drive time traffic.
residual at route 3, 18 to 228 in rockland. going to zoom in on expressway and oh, gosh, last time i checked we were right around neponset, now to savin hill with southbound delays because there's just -- only one lane of traffic get big on 128 northbound. otherwise here are live drive times, hour on route 3 from 228 to the braintree split, 28 minutes on expressway from the braintree split to the pike and almost an hour on 128 northbound from the split to route 24. gene and sara, back to you. >> sara: developing right now we have just learned there's been arrest in murder of 16-year-old boy in boston. the district attorney's office just giving us update moments ago and catherine parrotta live on columbia road in dorchester where that boy was found dead. the suspect is also just 16 years old.
to note the scene was not arrested in connection with the case and most 16-year-olds were charged with murder as an adult they do need to wait and work on a couple of details before they are able to release this person's event and in the releasing identity of the victim who was stabbed and intersection we just pointed out and police thought he had been shot and later realized injury was stab wound, teen was taken to boston medical center but did not survive. police have not identified him by name. police checked businesses nearby for surveillance video and they are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding this and d.a.'s office just about past half hour or so andrity -- arrest has been made
later today. for now live here in dorchester, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: ongoing investigation into this crash, driver lost control and landed right in the dining area of the starbucks, this happened just before 1:00 this morning, we are expecting new details this hour from police. fox25 jessica reyes is on route 1 at that starbucks with more. >> jessica: police have been searching for driver since 12:30 this morning and may be driver. i just got off the phone with the chief's secretary waiting for call back from the norwood police chief sometime soon and see crews continue to work out here at starbucks this morning. these crews have been working to patch up hole about four hours this morning, and work continuing, and still expecting the building inspector to come out here and discuss the
building and car plowed into the building around 12:30 and where it hit was on seating area where sit and eat food and drink coffee and actually okay, the drive through is okay as well and as long as building inspector deems this building safe it may be able to reopen at some point today. person has not been able to make their way out here yet at this point. we are continuing to check back with police. we should have an update for you coming up in the next 30 minutes or so and live here in norwood, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: attleboro man will go before a judge to face charges for cooking meth in his home. police called to the home on knight avenue for possible drug overdose. fumes from making meth made him sick. police evacuated several homes nearby as state police bomb squad dismantled the meth lab and neighbors shocked to learn what was happening so close to their own homes.
i never thought there would be meth lab going on right next door to me. the suspect will be charged with making meth later today. gene: happening today investigators waiting to leash what sparked fire at former mill brought you this as it was breaking news on saturday morning. investigators will be back at the scene at the mill on weaver street in fall river this morning. fire chief told the fall river herald the fire is suspicious because that building has been vacant for years. >> sara: take look at this. surveillance camera shows person stealing purse out and may be part of larger theft ring. vehicles in millis, medway and mill field were broken into and they believe same thieves was
victim says she was in yoga class. >> back passenger was smashed and my purse was taken from the back seat. >> sara: police tell fox25 the thieves are looking for checkbooks and identification cards so they can commit bank fraud. they believe one of the suspects is a woman and that the thefts could be part of a ring out of florida. we got the surveillance images up this morning on website at myfoxboston.com. if you would like to take another look. sara: happening today man that sparked campus wide lockdown will face a judge. william mccune was arrested on friday. police say he robbed and attacked students with the gun inside residents hall last week. mccune not umass student and got inside dorm with another man the student is expected to be okay. mccune faces multiple charges including assault and battery with dangerous weapon. sara: new hampshire man will be charged later today with
clerk. police say gideon crosse attacked a man in manchester. police were able to catch and arrest him. >> gene: thieves break into a woman's house in westport and do more damage than they may have realized. it was rent for local animal shelter and woman that lives there is treasurer for the shelter and now going to be hard for them to complete the mission. >> there's a cat out there right now that needs us, and we will still bring it in but we are going to be hard-pressed to be able to pay for medical. it is so much harder for us. >> gene: shelter still hoping tet get money back.
abused and neglects at shelters. the puppy mill bill will be unveiled today at 11:00 at mspca in jamaica plain. >> sara: unusual call when dog got stuck on roof porch. happened on chapman street and greenfield, see him standing there of way of getting down and about to rescue dog when the owner came home and able to coax the dog back into the house. police say this is a great reminder to secure the doors and windows if you do have pets. >> julie: 8:40 and two hours following breaking news and these are the backups you're seeing on 128 northbound as you approach route 24 in randolph. you're not going anywhere. it is because we still have two lanes blocked because of rollover accident. i will have look at drive times in few minutes. first here is shiri. >> shiri: 30s out there now and nice and bright with
i will time out today's warm-up and show you when we get back to the 50s this week coming up. >> gene: suv burst into flames on the side of the road as people pull the driver to safety next what else was pulled from that car that has this story going viral online this morning. >> sara: and it is a big day for families who lost children in sandy hook school shooting. court battle that could forever change how g we're living in a very competitive global economy, and if we are going to succeed, we need the best-educated workforce in the world. we should be making public colleges and universities tuition-free. we're going to pay for it with a tax on wall street speculation. the taxpayers of this country bailed out wall street. it is time for them to start helping the middle class of this country. i'm bernie sanders
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accused of shooting six people and started at apartment complex saturday evening. jason brian dalton carried out saturday night shooting spree. >> wasn't hurried, we watched video with law enforcement. >> daniel: seven hours starting and apartment complex late saturday afternoon where police say he gunned down woman in parking lot. the victim is hospitalized and expected to survive. her neighbors described the horrifying attack. father and teenage son shot in car dealership and five people shot in restaurant parking lot, killing four and injuring another. he was arrested after 12:30
passenger who rode with dalton before the rampage described the troubling behavior. >> he started driving erratically, driving through medians, driving through the lawn, once came to stop i jumped out of the car and ran away. >> daniel: more bizarre source says dalton dropped off between shootings and think he was looking for more fares after the final attack. uber has confirmed he was a driver and passed a background check and condolences to victims and families and oifering to help with the investigation. in the newsroom this morning,
>> gene: gun makers should have a legal obligation to safely market guns like the one adam lanza used to kill 20 young students six schoolworkers. the gun maker markets to young men who may be prone to violence. >> i would like to see them stop looking at violence prone young men as ideal customer. >> each of the kids had three to eight bullets in them, something like that. think there's something wrong. >> gene: since 2012 remington ar15 has been used in seven of america's deadliest shootings which together claimed 79 lives. they include the aurora movie theater shooting. gene: apple ceo tim cook sent to employees and unlock
san bernardino shooters is unlawful and dangerous precedent this follows release of open letter at fbi director jim comby he says apple acting out of business interest and fbi wants to unlock the phone. >> sara: wife of tv legend bill cosby scheduled to be deposed by several women who claim her husband sexually assaulted him. the case is being heard in federal court in springfield. over the weekend cosby's lawyer filed emergency motions to stop her from testifying. the judge has yet to rule on the motion. >> julie: it is 8:48 and watching closely drive times breaking news we have been following of rollover truck on 128 northbound at route 24 in randolph. those delays seeing residual
and closer look at expressway southbound, two additional accidents to tell you about in the southbound lanes. one at granite avenue, other after brighton avenue and contributing to slow volume we have seen and take look at this, used to seeing northbound traffic but southbound jampacked right now on the expressway. here are live drive times, an hour on route 3 from 228 to the split, 43 minutes right now on the expressway southbound from the o'neill tunnel to the braintree split and 43 minutes on 128 as you head from the split to route 24. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, thankfully we don't have weather as contributing factor to traffic issues. >> shiri: cooling down yesterday from the weekend, 50s and 60s that is not normal in february. what's normal, that 42 for today or even the 38 for tomorrow. so we got kind of normal temperatures we are dealing with
up any leftover and in favor of sunshine for everybody, 10:00 a.m. 37 in boston and 39 and bust into the lower 40s this afternoon and clear skies all the way into the evening by 8:00 p.m. we are back down to freezing in the city itself. high temperatures warm spots will come out of southeastern massachusetts, so we got 45 in taunton, 45 in foxborough, 44 in walpole, 43 brockton over to bridge water over to carver but i think the world is mostly from plymouth to boston up to lawrence today, portsmouth, new hampshire 37, upper 30s in worcester as well, and hyannis about 38 later on today, so got temperatures tonight that drift back into the 20s, hit rock bottom as sun comes up tomorrow, so really are wake up temperatures for the day, and then we got high temperatures 40 , you will see boston hanging on to 38 here for your tuesday with clouds coming into play during the day.
water, so from east to west you will see the clouds thicken up. 5:00 p.m. with future cast, and still looking okay, still getting dry to get home from work during the evening initially got snow spreading in but makes a pretty quick changeover to rain in southeastern massachusetts, points north and west of boston and watch out because even though you're seeing a lot of rain here on future cast for wednesday morning, still going to have some freezing temperatures which means we are going to have to watch out for freezing rain and ice on top of this, coating to two inches of snow here tuesday night before we make the flip over to rain. one of the big concerns ends up being icy spots wednesday morning, but then wednesday night into thursday we got whole other set of problems that's going to be very mild. heavy rain possibly two or more inches of rain coming through with damaging gusts at or even over 50 miles per hour and splashover for minor coastal flooding and do not have any
very blustery at 45 and flurries on sundays as well. back over to you guys. >> sara: red sox have ridership for spring training and slugger and weight. >> daniel: long list of damages piling up and what has a store closed hours later. >> sara: as we head to break here look at top stories on myfoxboston.com.
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the team didn't order sandoval to lose a specific number of pounds but they did want them in better shape than last season. they could say pablo, lose weight and lowest batting average of his career in 2015. red sox still owe him $90 million in salary. spring training resumes at fort myers this morning. fox25 sports director tom leyden and see live reports all week long at fox25. follow along in twitter, instagram and facebook for bonus coming -- coverage on social media. >> sara: tried smashing windows so they could cut the man out of seatbelt and took awhile but they eventually got him to safety. once crews showed up and put the fire out, they found only one
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>> daniel: breaking news right now arrest where slammed into side of star backs overnight. why police had more than one mystery to solve at the scene this morning. >> michael: what some neighbors call massive party. >> julie: it is monday, february 22nd. >> daniel: sunny but chilly. >> shiri: it looks fantastic but word of warning this time around comes with 30s. we are in the process of warming up. 38 in boston, 35 in worcester, we actually started out below