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now at 6:00, president obama says he is ready to pass the baton to hillary clinton. >> i am asking to you join me to reject cynicism and reject fear and to summon what is best in us to elect hillary clinton as the next president of the united states! gaenz gene-o appearance by clinton at the dnc and the attacks from the top democrats against her opponent. new clues in the death of a dorchester boy who wander aid away from a city-run day camp. fox25 investigates breaks down the timeline of when that boy disappeared and looks at who was watching the campers. a local man is in police country after barricading himself inside a business for hours. the weapons and massive stock
kept police at bay for. good morning, 6:00 on this thursday july 28. thanks for being with us. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. one more day of 90s before things cool off a bit. shiri spear in the stormtracker weather sent we are the hour by ur >> shiri: ed got news temperatures take a step back and today ends up being dry. 75 in boston. 68 in lawrence. 63 in norwood. 70s for the cape and islands as you wake up. nashua at 63 degrees and worcester at 69. your hour-by-hour forecast and city of boston. 8 a.m. by 10 a.m., 86. we have temperatures here by lunchtime. so close to 90 degrees and
not quite as bright. temperatures there will be around the middle 90s. at the coast and the city of boston, go with highs in the low 90s today and for the cape, about 85 degrees. timeline on when the rain starts and stop in your town tomorrow coming up. julie is back with live drive time traffic this morning starting on the expressway. >> julie: yes expressway still looking okay if you are headed out the door. not going to s slow down until closer to 6:30. unless there is an accident. north of the pike, 93 south, route 1 looks good. live look at the zakim. leverett connector seeing a little heavier volume and moving over the bridge at a decent pace. 12 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 23 minutes on 93 south. 21 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. we are following breaking news right now in lynn.
treat. several evidence markers surrounding a car parked in the street as well as bloody clothes. we to have a crew on the scene working to get more information on this incident. as soon as we learn more, we will pass it along to you. two democratic rivals coming together to unite their political party. hillary clinton making a surprise appearance on stage after president obama wrapped up his ringing endorsement. >> while the president focus democrats focused on bringing down her opponent. fox25's blair miller is live in philadelphia this morning. and blair, all that leads up to what is sure to be a dramatic night tonight. >> reporter: sara, indeed. it all came down to this. the final night of the dnc and all the focus centered on hillary clinton. democrats seizing the opportunity to go in on donald trump, painting him as
presidency. some popular trumpisms. >> he has no clue what makes america great. actually he has no clue period. >> we are going to destroy isis so fast, believe me. there's nothing suspicious in my tax returns, believe me. >> reporter: former new york mayor michael bloomberg hoping to appeal to undecided voters. the republican turned independent had this to say about his fellow new york billionaire. >> truth be told, the richest his hypocrisy. >> reporter: then hillary clinton's most powerful supporter, president obama tried to convince voters the choice is clear. >> does anyone really believe that a guy who spends his seven years on this earth showing no regard for working people is suddenly going to be your champion? if you really concerned about pocketbookish ewes and seeing the economy grow and creating more opportunity for
>> reporter: and a lot of focus last night also on national security. the president trying to make the case why hillary clinton should be our next commander in chief. sara. >> sarah: the big finale is with hillary clinton taking the stage. >> reporter: exactly and chelsea clinton we understand will be introducing her. she has been working on the speech for a number of weeks. she is expected to go on the personal things. growing up in the public eye will be a focus. blair miller, fox25 news. this morning people from both parties are criticizing donald trump for comments he made encouraging russia to get involved in the u.s. presidential election. >> russia, if you were listening, i hope you are able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing. i think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press.
>> sara: the clinton campaign accused trump of encouraging russian espionage against the u.s. and meddling in domestic politics. paul ryan said that vladimir putin is a global menace and thug and should stay out of the election. stay with fox25 and fox25boston.com for complete coverage of the democratic national convention. political reporter sharman sacchetti and anchor blair miller are in philadelphia for the last of the day connt the last of the day convention. 6:06. and heartbreak for the family of this 7-year-old who disappeared from a city-run day camp. he was found dead at a nearby beach. the family is now asking questions why it took so long to find out there was a problem. fox25's catherine parrotta live at the community center where that boy was last seen alive. good morning, catherine. >> reporter: good morning, gene. the actual community center, the curley center could reopen today.
held somewhere else at least for the time. the director of the curley center is on paid leave as the investigation continues. mayor marty walsh has vowed -- he has started an independent investigation to get answers as the family of kyzr willis grieves. >> the worst thing you can tell a family is that you lost your baby now you tell me i can't see the baby? i don't care what condition he is in, we still want to see him. >> reporter: the last time kyzr willis was able to see the 7-year-old you off to camp at the curly community center. yesterday they were told they couldn't see him. his body unrecognizable. his family gathered without him on malibu beach in dorchester spelling his name in candles in the sand. >> to come over here. >> reporter: willis went missing from his city-run day camp tuesday afternoon. his body found in the water off carson beach hours later. his family left only with questions. >> how does a 7-year-old wandered off from a 18-staff place.
>> reporter: fox25 investigates learned in addition to the center's director, there was a supervisor, an assistant supervisor present on tuesday along with 25 counselors between the ages of 15 and 18. there were 56 kids at the catch that day so the staff exceeded the state law of one counselor for every ten kids. we also learned more about the area where willis went missing day boulevard along carson beach is patrolled by state police along with the beach itself, with the community center and bath mayor walsh vowing to launch an independent review to get the answers that kaiser's family -- that kyzr's family desperately want. >> reporter: one of the answers that they want why weren't they notified by the camp once realized that kyzr kyzr willis was missing. the notification they got came in the form of a phone call from their 9-year-old niece. one person has drowned and two others were rescued from a local river.
police tell us that fire fighters got a call around 8:00 last night that three people jumped off a bridge and into the water. all three were taken to holy family hospital, but one person did not survive. no word right now on the condition of the other two. new in morning, fire destroys part of a home in brookline, and this video shot by a neighbor. you can see intense flames shooting from the second floor of the house on winthrop road. the fire spread to the attic, but fire fighters put the flames out quickly and no one was hurt. aal police custody this morning after a standoff that lasted more than seven hours. skyfox was over the scene along route 28 in mashpee yesterday. police were checking in on the man at audiovisual solutions. he was clearly distraught when the first officers arrived and they quickly learned he was armed with high power rifles and claimed to have 1,000 rounds of ammo. during the standoff at least one shot was fired. after hours of talking to him.
police brought him to a hospital for evaluation. police in cambridge are hoping to track down the suspect in these surveillance pictures. they say he is responsible for setting up a skimming device in the mass ave convenience store last month. investigators are trying to figure out how many credit cards were scanned, and how much information the suspect stole. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone. right now right now on the expressway, still pretty easy commute. 19 minutes from the braintree spli pike. shiri? >> shiri: waking 24u7 morning to 60s and 70s and sunshine. more clouds out there as you head home from work later today. upper 80s and lower 90s. it is going to be hot and i am tracking the slight risk of storms today. we will show you more widespread rain for your friday next. well, tensions running high outside of city hall. coming up, the protest planned by police today to try get this black lives matter sign taken down and why they won't
be the only ones demonstrating. a teen convicted of killing his teacher heads back to court. the chillingly similar crime he is expected to plead guilty to. the new england patriots open up training camp today. >> they have, you know, finally some definition with the situation. >> reporter: what coach belichick this h to say about
6:14. the role to super bowl goes right through foxborough. training camp in the 90-degree temperatures and still in the shadow of deflategate. fox25's michael henrich live in foxborough, and michael, the focus is on a couple of quarterbacks. >> reporter: a trio if you ask coach bill belichek and we did ask him yesterday at the availability before the big training catch today which is
be a wonderful, wonderful morning here in foxborough. i want to get to the nitty gritty of it. tom brady won't be under center for the first four games of the regular season much to pats fans this may. jimmy garapolo is the guy that will take the snap at the start of the season. everybody can be on the field including tom brady. can be on the field during preseason during the practices, so fans will be able to come out and take to you that sound bite, part of the interview with bill belichek we have three players we want to work with around the league. some other years, i have seen teams that feel like they don't have anybody or maybe one. we are in a good situation and see how it plays out. >> reporter: bill belichek, optimist. he wear it is nicely. here out here at gillette stadium for anybody that wants to cheer the team on. it is totally free. entrance to the practice is
the practice from 9:15 to 11:45. the fan zone which should be a good time is open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and, of course, you can already see in the distance there. i am not sure if you can spot them, they look like little aunts and people waiting in line for that tent sale outside of the pro shop and that is always a big draw as well. we will continue to follow the excitement as training camp continues in gillette. michael henrich, fox25 news. the red sox begin a 11-game road trip and face the angels out in anaheim tonight. sox have lost five of their last six games. yesterday's tilt against the tigers. two outs, miguel cabrera hits the go ahead home run. mookie betts looks like he lost it, and the home run. tigers win the game 4-3. first time the red sox have been swept in a series so far this season. good morning, everyone, we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. start north of the pike.
approach the cloverleaf. 128 wide open though. looking good. we know later in the morning that drive time can get up to around one hour. so earlier is always better as far as the morning commute goes. little bit of volume building right around route 9 in framingham, and the expressway starting to see slightly slower conditions as you head past the gas tank. here are your live drive times. the first red drive time of the morning at 6:17. 23 minutes on 93 south. 27 27 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 11 minutes on 128 northbound from westwood to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us, and we are saying here we go again. popping back into the 90s for the places that got to enjoy the 80s yesterday. >> reporter: a couple of spots including boston never quite got to 90 degrees. that meant a screeching halt to our six-day. what was a six-day heat wave in yesterday 87 in boston and we are back into the 90s.
if you didn't quite hit 90 yesterday, chances are closer to today. average high which is normal temperature we expect to hear at this point in july, 82 degrees. we will beat it by 10 today and sunshine until 8:08 this evening. 75 degrees right now in boston. 68 in lawrence. 63 in norwood. 66 in plymouth. already in the 70s for the cape and islands. fitchburg, 68. and that's where i want to take you hour by hour this morning because nice sunny start this morning. grab the sunglasses, the sunscreen. the uv index will be sky high today. we don't want to you get a burn even though we have clouds moving in pretty bright. it will stay partly cloudy. 10 aam, 87. noontime, 91. highs in the low to mid-80s for inland towns and cities. boston at 93 today. lawrence at 96. worcester, 93. manchester, new hampshire, 95 degrees. same in norwood. 90 in plymouth and middle 80s for the cape and vineyard.
temperatures struggle tomorrow. these are highs tomorrow and tough to get things up to 80 degrees. i think we could get as high as 80. a couple of spots stuck in the 70s, but we definitely have that risk of rain for everybody which is a good thing. sometimes they don't like the rain. in this case we need it. so dry out there. we can take what we can get and even this afternoon, we do have with the clouds bubbling up this afternoon, one or two hit or miss thunderstorms popping up in new england something that kin for you at 4 p.m. not really a wet one. several communities getting in on the afternoon showers. not pulling in very much, but i could see passing showers in particular northeastern massachusetts into the evening. and then kind of that widespread risk overnight for one or two of those showers developing before the steadiest rain moves in around 7 to 9:00 tomorrow morning. that is the timeline on when things are really start to get wet. noontime, rain continues.
southeastern massachusetts, but even back through boston and worcester and up into southern new hampshire. it there will be showers around. it continues like this until 5:00 in the afternoon. at that point boston will start to see improvements. it could take until 8 p.m. to really see the rain pulling away from the cape. so i think the numbers are a little off here because boston is going to get rain tomorrow. i see a lot of areas from a quarter to half an inch of rain. southeastern massachusetts, we could see anywhere from half an inch of rain depending on where we get the core of those showers. the seven-day forecast with the weekend falls view. saturday count on mostly sunny skies and 84. sunday, slight risk of a shower during the afternoon that continues into your monday. so most of the weekend is looking pretty nice. back to you, guys. and an hee motional plea for peace from -- an emotional plea for peace from families left behind after mass shootings. >> the weapon that murder mind
rounds in one minute. where was that common sense the day he died. >> sara: the gun control measures they are hoping hillary clinton will put into place. a patriot you facing a maternity lawsuit. the model claiming she is pregnant with julian edelman's baby. and time for our next zip trip. tomorrow, we are headed to scituate. we are encouraging everyone to come out and join us. i will be there along with daniel miller, shiri spear and michele lazcano, and special guest of the morning, chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz. we will have so much fun, and there is a lot for the entire family to do. you can see the rest of our
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but reportedly will have the baby in massachusetts. a michigan man locked up in jail this morning because he just had to brag on facebook like everybody else i suppose. police say a video shows that mike brown was running out of a parking lot -- a parking lot at a bar. a cop pulls up and tries to stop him but he takes off. he got away goes 145 miles per hour in a 35-mile-per-hour zone. police know this why? because brown posted it on facebook along with e the chief has a few hash tags of his own. >> hashtag glad no one got hurt. hashtag we are not making this stuff up and hashtag, there may be jail now. >> gene: a rocket scientist he is not, hashtag. this morning brown is facing a pair of felonies and up to five years in prison too. >> julie: he is not hashtagless like so many people are. little things in life that
apparently that goes for dogs. this dog is named hercules. he is mesmerized. his head going back and forth and back and forth. hopefully a short you ride because he may need a neck massager. >> gene: his head wasn't out the window -- somebody not one time a tennis match and shot the crowd and hilarious because everything is going like this watching the match kind of like what >> julie: tennis balls. >> gene: he would be running on the court. >> julie: shiri, i am sure he is just fine now. >> shiri: super fun to watch. slight risk of a pop-up. look at the chance of rain for tomorrow. in comes a heavy soaking rain. the timeline when it stops and starts next. a wild case of road rage caught on camera. a couple fears for their life after a stranger slams their car three times. why they think they were started.
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: well the official heat wave is over. doesn't feel that way. the heat wave is just two words. temperatures are still hot and still back in the 90s today. heat wave even though technically it's not. >> sarah: another great day for the beach. you don't want a picnic because it is too hot. >> shiri: bring popsicles and watch them melt very quickly. the beaches will be hot. hard to find the cool spots around town. 75 in boston. 70 in peabody. 71 in hopkinton. 67 in hampstead, new hampshire right now. lower 70s in marshfield, marion, over to the cape and
barre at 60. lowell at 57. and it looks good and feels good this morning. a little sticky and sunshine warming us up and increasing clouds. watch out for storms. looks like some of the thunderstorms over the north shore. 90 to 96. hot with increasing clouds. 90% of us will stay dry. i will break down the slight risk of storms and more widespread rain tomorrow. julie grauert will be back with live drive time traffic and a look at the slow spot. >> reporter: things moving along at a decent place. hitting 6:31 getting into our stride of that heavier, steadier volume. pike wide open. average speeds 67 miles per
is our first and slowest spot so far as you head from granite avenue to columbia road. here are the live drive times. 16 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 31 minutes on 93 south. 28 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. the democrats are gearing up for their final night of their convention. hillary clinton takes the stage. >> long list of democratic heavy weights took to the stage calling out donaltr trump, including vice-presidential candidate tim kaine that told the voters not to fall for what he calls trump's empty promises. >> believe me, we are going to build a wall and make mexico pay for it. believe me. we are going to destroy isis so fast, believe me. there is nothing suspicious in my tax return, believe me. >> before the last serious call for gun control, fox25's
philadelphia with the emotional plea from the victims of so many mass shootings. good morning, blair. good morning, gene. powerful moments last night. and also a long night for the delegates. as we were leaving our hotel around 3:00. many of the delegates were just returning from the convention. for those speeches, they cover a lot of ground here. over all, emotional speeches from family members impacted by the shooting in orlando and sandy hook. some of the victims' families the audience people were in tears map many people thought the new speeches were important because they came from real people with real concerns. we heard from the daughter of the sandy hook principal killed in that shooting saying she supports clinton because bound to take on the gun lobby. >> i am here alone without my mother. too many politicians cower
families. we don't need another charleston or san bernandino. >> reporter: the women who survived the charleston, south carolina shooting took the stage last night. very powerful moments and this is an issue this will likely come up again as hillary clinton takes the main stage this evening. live in the dnc in philadelphia. blair miller, fox25 news. happening today, the controversial banner hanging on somerville c be at the center of a protest. protesters are planning to make their voices heard after the mayor said that been aer will not come down. jessica reyes is live in somerville. one two planned protests in the city today. >> reporter: gene, protesters are expected from all over the state. on the front of somerville city hall and while this protest is happening here. it another for black lives
down the street. >> let me be clear. that banner will not come down. >> somerville mayor making it clear that the black lives banner will remain at city hall. >> to blame the violence against police against black lives matter is wrong. >> reporter: the banner has been up for year but this started last year when the union leader sent a letter wanting it to be taken down. he wants it rla that says all lives matter. he cited the killing of baton rouge and dallas police officers. we strongly object to a banner officers. we strongly object to a banner that promotes people who live in this area are surprised the union would take such offense to the banner. even more surprised to find they are planning a protest over it. >> absolutely the right decision and really bizarre that anyone will be offended by it.
coming from, but at the same time, there is always a fringe element to every movement and to cut off the ex-timeists on both sides. and they are really advocating for the right thing. >> last week, we did hear from the police chief in somerville, and he said he is not fighting with the police -- not siding with the union president. he is siding with the mayor and standing with the mayor this morning. that protest will be here at 5:30 tonight. and he wants the black life supporter 4:30. live in somerville, jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. 6:36 this morning. police are investigating a serious accident in abington where a driver flipped a car. it happened on green street last night just after 7:00. a pedestrian, a woman was flown to the hospital. a driver was taken to the hospital. we are working to learn more about their conditions and what led up to the accident. we know that a sutton woman is in critical condition
traffic pole and flipped her car in the center of grafton. the 54-year-old driver was pinned under a car and flown to the hospital. the cause of that accident remains under investigation. a bulldog from southie is now happy and healthy thanks to an unique partnership. this is the 10-year-old dog named little papi. he had a hole in his mouth that would not heal but a surgeon heard about a glue being developed by researchers at brigham and women's. the surgeon fill the hole. helping little papi was a remarkable opportunity. >> gene: look at that face on that little puppy. >> sara: that little puppy. the man tried to shoot and kill ronald radon is a free man. condition the judge has placed on his relief and what his new neighbors are saying about the controversial decision. a mother beats her daughter and shoots the whole
>> julie: gone from all green at 5 a.m. to seeing different colors on the expressway. heaviest point of value past morrissey boulevard. you will be enjoying a bright -- >> shiri: i recommend grabbing the sunglasses before you go. temperatures from the 60s and 70s. 8 a.m., anyone heading out to any kind of outdoor plans golfing or to the beach. 10 a.m., 85. look at that julie, by lunchtime, 90 degrees. beach so. the beaches will get up around 90 degrees. you have to get in the water if you wap to feel better. >> julie: or next to the air conditioner inside. gene, back to you. a former boston mobster turned pastor claims he has information about the largest art heist in u.s. history. alfonso esposito gave first tv interview to fox25 bob ward. before going into the witness protection program.
esposito now lives in tennessee and he tells fox25 back in 1997, he was asked by another mobster to sell the artwork that was taken from the isabella stewart museum. >> he says, i know where the art is. it is buried in the cellar in florida. do you have anybody that can fence it or get rid of it? i said i don't know. >> esposito said he never found out where in florida the artwork was stored. the the works. there is a $5 million reward for their return. a second court case against a teen convicted of killing his teacher may end with a plea deal. scheduled a conference between prosecutors and attorneys for phillip chism. he is serving a 40-year sentence for killing danvers math teacher colleen ritzer.
following his arrest. authorities say the attack was chillingly similar to the murder of ritzer. 5:43 now. we are keeping up to date checking in live with all of our reporters right after the break. and a teenager says she was making breakfast when a stranger came to the door. >> i looked down and he looked up. and i was scared -- like my heart dropped. >> gene: how her mom kept her calm even though she wasn't there. a man says he was wrongly detained for a doughnu glaze left behind on his
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minute of all 6 our top stories. >> gene: new questions from the family of a boy found dead on a south boston beach. and the patriots start training camp in the scorching weather in foxborough. >> sara: plus the grand finale for democrats. hillary clinton takes the stage for the dnc. blair miller joins us live in philadelphia. good morning, blair. >> reporter: good morning, sara. all comes down to this. the final night of the dnc and, of course, it is a big one. the first female nominee for president takes this stage and case for why she should be the next president. it comes after another night of powerful speech this time from her vp pick tim kaine, vice-president joe biden and the president that arrived right before that speech. has been working on that speech for weeks. six drafts of it before he put the finishing touches. his main focus, defending hillary clinton saying she is the best choice to be the next president. mrs. clinton will take the stage tonight and will be
chelsea clinton. live at the dnc, blair miller, fox25 news. we have been update to breaking news we have been following in lynn. police telling us that one person was shot around 3:45 this morning at the intersection of forest and wolfen streets. investigators say the victim has serious injuries. there have been no arrests. >> reporter: i am catherine parrotta live in south boston. mayor marty walsh has vowed have launched an how the 7-year-old boy was able to wander away from the day camp while the family of kyzr willis grieves. a touching moment on malibu beach where the family of 7-year-old kyzr willis had come together and had a candlelight vigil spelling. they have a lot of questions of how he was able to wander away from the city-run day camp tuesday afternoon. his body was found. his family said they weren't
camp when discovered he was missing. they first got the call from his 9-year-old niece and they haven't been able to see kazr. they say his body was unrecognizable. the staffing at the camp and when kyzr willis wandered off. we will find bought that in 15 minutes. live in south boston, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. i am michael henrich reporting live in foxborough with a little bit of good news for you this morning. the patriots are opening up couple of hours in fact, and the public completely invited to come free of charge. now, of course, there has been a cloud over the patriots in the past 18 mondays or so, but the -- 18 months or so and the tom brady situation has been resolved. he can practice and he is expected, i should say, to be here on the field today for fans to cheer on. jimmy garapolo will get the
belichek comment odd than in his media availability. we will play some of that in our next report. the public is welcomed to come by. a big fan zone that kicks off and opens up at 10 a.m. and a tent sale, already a line for that. we will follow that with our next live report coming up in a half hour. live at gillette, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> so the heat wave is gone in >> sara: not in spirit. i love you what said earlier that today is the day for popsicles. >> shiri: and agree on a the hamburger. have a barbecue and the ice cream and popsicles. party at gene and sara's place. >> sara: party at gene's. >> shiri: you have been volume teerld, my friend. a done deal. it has been so hot that our drought situation is staying pretty dire. we have got a severe drought. you can see that orange shading across northern mass,
so we really need that rain relief. rainfall deficits ranging from 6 to 8 inches since the beginning of the year. we will take what rain we can get and the good news between this system and this system all rolling toward us. we get rain in the works for the day tomorrow. today, we could see one or two showers total in southern new england. most everybody stays dry. 73 degrees in boston. and mostly sunny skies. and here we have 10 a.m. temperatures in the middle 80s. we have about 90 by noontime today. lower 90s in boston. we see clouds bubbling this afternoon and a slight risk for a thunderstorm. i don't expect much to come of it after 2:00. the chance will begin. a few more clouds popping into place and northern new england closer to the front where we will have the best shot of seeing storms. you see one or two passing through. best chance northern mass and southern new hampshire for that isolated pop-up either this afternoon or early this
overnight hours, i know future cast not bringing in too much moisture, but you can see the clouds really beef up overnight. we will have so much moisture pushing into place. i suspect that we will have patchy showers beginning probably midnight. by the time you hit the road for the morning commute tomorrow. showers around. look at all those 90s. 93 in boston 3795 in bedford. 96 in lowell. mid-90s into nashua as well. mid-90s for nashua. 90 marshfield down to plymouth. and about 80 degrees even get us up to 80 degrees. notice that we will have rain in place for the morning but the heaviest stuff develop late morning. straight through lunchtime and the bull's-eye of heaviest rain expected over southeastern massachusetts, but we could easily see half an inch of rain even in those other spots. drying out for saturday. risk for sunday afternoon showers. send you over to julie for live drive time traffic and breaking traffic news right
skyfox over 495 northbound at route 126 in the franklin area as you are headed over to bellingham. the car went off into the woods on the right hand side. no lanes are blocked but it is a recovery mission right now and it is tough to see in this picture from skyfox, right off the settlementer of the screen is where that car ended up and we have confirmed that one person was killed. taking a look at the map, not seeing any major delays yet. as i showe lanes are open and volume is starting to pick up. i am going to build a new drive-time traffic to address this area in particular and watch it. the other slow spot is the expressway right around morrissey boulevard. your live drive times. 26 minutes on the expressway. 45 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. back to you.
who was home alone when a man burst into her house. the teen called her parents during a home invasion. >> daniel: she called her mom hiding the parents closet. the girl's mom was there to help her through the or deal. jasmine barando told fox25 she was making her breakfast when she heard someone knocking at her front door. the man eventually made his way she did not recognize him so she ran to her parents room, called her mom who told her what to do. she knew the man at the door was up to no good. >> she told me to get down on my knees and crawl to the -- to upstairs. the police officer upstairs was like. announce yourself. i screamed, i am in my mom's room. >> daniel: jasmine gave police a description of a white man on a bike with a short ponytail and a beard and
boston police are trying to figure out if he is the same suspect that broke into other homes in the area. daniel miller, fox25 news. one person is dead and another eight ended up in the hospital after a car slammed into a california home where the homeowners were hosting a bible study that happened late last night in los angeles. many of the victims were trapped under the car and neighbors went over to lift the car over him. and now police are trying to track her down but say she did not leave car and did not have a license plate. the vehicle did not have a license plate on it. an alaska couple and their toddler become the target of a disturbing act of road rage. look at this cell phone video. a pickup truck slam into the back of their suv. their 2-year-old daughter was in the back seat when this happened. the truck was tailing them for several blocks and rammed them several times. >> i stopped, because i
but he hit it. put it in reverse and started laughing. >> sara: the couple pulled into the parking lot of a local mall and called police. the driver of the truck has not been found. a disturbing video livestreamed on facebook have some asking if a mother in georgia went too far in disciplining her daughter. in video shows a woman beating her daughter over lewd photos that her daughter put on facebook. shvanoia miller appears to have an object to hit her daughter and then slaps and punches to the body of the girl and a lot of cursing while miller berates her daughter all am streamed live on facebook. [bleep] on facebook. look at you! look at you! everybody see you now. look at you! look at you! >> police tracked down the woman in the video and have not filed any charges.
a florida man said police officers confused food crumbs found in his car for drugs. dan was stopped by police in december. pulled over for running a stop sign, and an officer spotted something suspicious on the floor of the car. two field tests said the objects were crystal meth and he was arrested. later on, the tests proved they were really just crumbs from a doughnut. >> every other wednesday i stop at krispy kreme and get a doughnut and they little flakes of the icing. >> the charges were dropped about a mile after the arrest. he has hired a lawyer in may through the police department. >> gene: simple i am sorry. not enough for him? there are new concerns about the snreebinga virus this morning. coming up at 7:00, why scientists think the mosquitoes have arrived in southern florida. new this morning, a cure to the so-called super bug but
nose that may be used to make antibiotics. gene, i am still watching the details of this deadly accident on 495 northbound at route 126. no lanes are blocked; however, we have crews on the scene working on the accident investigation. details on your drive times in a moment. shiri. >> shiri: yesterday, boston hitting 87 degrees. an end to our heat wave. 90s ba [ sniffs ] mmm. -mmm. ?? -[ sniffs ] -mmm. keep on savoring dunkin's new maple sausage breakfast sandwich made with sweet maple sausage and wisconsin aged white cheddar cheese.
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