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>> gene: cast of heavy hitters came on strong against donald trump. we have highlights from all the big speeches, including the president of the united states. >> how d wander off? >> catherine: investigation into the death and staffing about the day camp he was attending when he disappeared. >> sara: it is not the most appealing drink to pour in cereal, but why cockroach milk
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. debra gately did you say cockroach milk? >> sara: hungry? >> gene: not any more. it is thursday july 28th. i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. shiri spear says it is going to be a 77? right now in boston and when we check the temperature you will be in the 80s. 72 in lawrence, 69? in norwood, waking up to 72 right now in worcester, upper 60s in nashua. 70s role across the cape and islands. here is warm-up in the city of boston and look at how quickly the temperatures go up, 9:00 a.m. 75?, 11:00 a.m. 88, get into the 90s this afternoon and there will be clouds increasing as we go so it turns partly cloudy today.
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a nice mix of sun and scattered clouds. inland, northern mass, society for christian activities, best bet for a pop-up and highs in mid-90s. julie grauert standing by with live drive time traffic and accident update. >> julie: 495 northbound at route 126 heading from franklin and into bell ham. no lanes are blocked and cars went off into the wooded area and right into the center of the screen, a little hard to make out, but we have several police aren't any lanes that are blocked. i've in the process of building a drive time for that segment of road to see just how slow that is setting us back. as we shift north also have to mention this accident, it is right before you approach the cloverleaf on 93 south heading into woburn. here are live drive times, 20s minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. almost an hour on 93 south that's because of the accident i just told you about. 32 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls.
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>> sara: breaking news in lynn where police tell us one person was shot overnight. this was the scene at 3:45 this morning. this is after police were called to reports of shots fired. one person has serious injuries. right now there have been no arrests. of course, we will stay on top of the story and bring you more information throughout the morning. >> gene: president obama and hillary clinton sharing a hug on stage after the commander in chief review of former secretary of state. >> sara: most of the night was all about bashing donald trump and trying to convince independent voters that he is a dangerous choice. fox25 blair miller is live in philadelphia where a host of heavy hitters took the podium. good morning. >> blair: good morning, sara. certainly was a big night last night with the heavy hitters, but now it has come all down to this. the main event, all eyes, all
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democrats seizing the opportunity to go in on donald trump, painting him as unqualified for the presidency. some mocked popular trumpisms. >> he has no clue about 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. >> blair: former new york mayor michael bloomberg hoping the republican turned independent had this to say about the fellow new york billionaire. >> truth be told the richest thing about donald trump is his hypocrisy. >> blair: hillary clinton most powerful supporter president obama, sought to convince voters the choice is clear. >> does anyone really believe that a guy who spent his 70 years on this earth showing no regard for work and people is suddenly going to be your champion. if you're really concerned about
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the economy grow and creating more opportunity for everybody, then the choice isn't even close. >> blair: and a lot of focus last night on national security. the president also trying to make the case that hillary clinton should be the next commander in chief based on her experience. sara? >> sara: blair, tonight hillary clinton will deliver her acceptance speech and sure to be an emotional night as she introduced by her daughter chelse chelsea clinton will be introducing her. something she has been working on for a few weeks now and expected to get more into the personal side of things, talking about growing up in the public eye. it will certainly be powerful moment for the family. live in dnc, blair miller, fox25 news. >> sara: criticizing donald trump for comments he made encouraging russia to get involved in the u.s. presidential election.
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30,000 e-mails that are missing. i think you will probably be rewarded mightily by the press. let's see if that happens. >> sara: clinton campaign accused trump of encouraging espionage in the us and meddling in domestic politics. shall miles an hour putin said to be a global menace and thug and should stay out of the boston.com for complete coverage of the democratic convention. political reporter sharman sacchetti and anchor blair miller are in philly for the last day of the convention. >> gene: 7:06 this morning. family of dorchester boy that drowned while attending a city run city camp demand answers where family members voiced frustrations. outside the curley community
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been paid on paid administrative leave. catherine, good morning. >> catherine: good morning. that be as the investigation continues, the bath house, the physical building itself, it could reopen as soon as today. however, the day camp that was being held here, it will be somewhere else, at least for the time being. mayor marty walsh has launched an independent investigation into what went wrong here as the family of kyzr willis grieves. >> worst thing you could tell a family is that you lost your baby. now you tell me i can't see the he is in. we still want to see him. >> catherine: the last time kyzr willis was able to see the seven-year-old was tuesday morning when he went off to carp in curley community center in south boston. yesterday thisy said they couldn't see him, body recognizable. spelling name in candles on the sand. >> this is the favorite spot right here, used to come here. >> catherine: willis went missing tuesday afternoon.
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his family left only with questions. >> how did seven-year-old wander off from 18 staff place. they had 18 people out there watching those kids. >> catherine: fox25 investigates learned in addition to do the centers director there was a supervisor and assistant supervisor present on tuesday along with 25 counselors ages 15 to 18 and 56 kids at the camp
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heading from franklin into
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bellingham neighborhood -- or city as you could see we have a police car still on the resign side of the road and car actually gone off into the middle wooded part. a little bit of that white shading in the middle of the screen. volume traffic though moving along fine past that accident scene. i'm in the process of building a drive time for that area and have that in just a moment. shiri? >> shiri: 70s, grab sunglasses, head home from work and more clouds with temperatures in the upper 80s to low and 5:00 p.m. and there's a shot of thunderstorm or two north of boston this afternoon. so northern mass, southern new hampshire, i will break down the risk today and much better chance for tomorrow coming up. >> sara: banner outside somerville st. louis massive rally later today. coming up at 7:30, reason police officers from across the state plan to make the voices heard. >> gene: scientists discovered a new weapon against so-called
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your nose. the bacteria that could solve a major health problem. >> michael: bill belichick pulls back strategy.
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>> gene: 9:15 for the first patriots practice. >> michael: training coming up and can't say the d word, not acceptable here at gillette because of the consequences of scandal, tom brady. big day today and had this to say about the quarterback situation and tom's situation so party now then to get jimmy ready for the start of the
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comprehensive process and when he comes back. >> see some of the fans in the distance already here waiting to take advantage of the tent sale out of the pro shop, one of the big draws here at the first and zone opens up at 10:00 a.m. and runs until 2:00 this afternoon, so a lot of fun, a lot of excitement here on first day of training camp at gillette. >> gene: according to tmz model who goes by the name ella wrote has filed a lawsuit in los angeles. pair reportedly had a casual
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years and wide receiver hitting victoria secret model adriana lima. declined comment to tmz and baby is his. ella rose lives in los angeles but reportedly plans to have that baby girl in massachusetts. >> sara: top prize $478 million. numbers drawn last night. ten, 47, powerball 24. the next drawing saturday night. it has been nearly three months since someone hit all six numbers. >> julie: all the rains open in franklin and police car off to the right-hand shoulder and middle of the screen.
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accident. went off into the woods and not seeing any delays because don't have any lane closures. shift northerlier accident on 93 south approaching the cloverleaf has cleared and delays reading into wilmington. here are live drive times, hour 495 to the leverett connector. this is what i built for 495. as you head from 95 to 109, 15-mile stretch and only 16 minute drive time so you won't that accident. 19 minutes right now on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and you're talking about 90s. sticking with us today. >> sara: heat wave came to end and boston came to 87 and six day heat wave and then forecasted to be into the 90s. heat continues well above average and normal high 82? and
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evening. so we have a look good feel pretty good kind of day. it is going to be hot, it is going to be sticky out there but it is july. 77 in boston right now, 72 in lawrence, 72 in worcester. 70 in plymouth, 72 in new bedford. let's take you hour-by-hour in fitchburg today. 73? with the sunshine to kick things off and we have nice bright conditions this morning with clouds starting to enter back into the forecast once we hit especially the afternoon. 84?, 11:00 a.m. 89?. that means by lunchtime we are going to be in the 90s. highs in the low to mid-90s most towns and cities and rain threat for anyone town or city will be somewhat low, but i do expect we will have one or two pop-up storms this afternoon. best chance for that would be northern mass or southern new hampshire. boston 93? today. 90 plymouth and lawrence,
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mid-80s for the cape this afternoon. tomorrow totally different story. these are highs tomorrow. not overnight lows. highs tomorrow barely getting up to 80?. 80 really the upper end of the range tomorrow, a lot of spots stuck in the 70s because of the clouds because of the clouds and showers and start out with sunshine tomorrow and afternoon clouds and seeing only a very little in the way of any kind of pop-up showers, green that passed through today and best chance north and west of overnight tonight future cast underdoing rain threat and steadiest stuff around 8:00 to
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things out. i want to take you to now saved with weekend in view and half inch to two and a half inches of rain over southeastern mass anywhere to get the string of heaviest stuff to quarter to half inch of rain so the rest of mass into southern new hampshire so downpour potential through through friday, 80 with slight chance of afternoon showers monday morning. >> sara: jetblue making surprising discovery. illegal contraband they found on two planes. but first man that tried to kill jodie foster and leaving mental facility 35 years.
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heading to scituate. i will be there with shiri and michelle lazcano and special guest chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz. going to have so much fun and a
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>> gene: yesterday federal judge ruled john hinckley junior no longer a danger. he said he did it to impress hinckley have to spend next year living with 90-year-old in virginia. he must remain away from members of the reagan family or jodie
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teachers died during a shooting rampage four years ago. old building turn down and new one by massachusetts company. mildford based construction managed the 50 million-dollar project that is also built schools in dedham, needham and cambridge. >> gene: four possible cases of zica that are not related to travel. evidence shows there could be mosquitos in south florida transmitting the virus. ruled out. monitoring 53 pregnant woman who had zica infections. >> gene: scientists say solution known as super bugs may be up our nose. researchers in germany found bacteria in the human nose produces a chemical that does not develop resistance to the bug that kills it. study published to the journal nature and chemical can become a resource for creating new antibiotics create super bug.
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would reach the market. >> sara: this is gene's favorite story. there's soy wilcock and almond milk but researchers say cockroach milk beats them all. in india it is the new super food. the driven is full of protein and nutrients and essentially amino acids and once you drink the milk the protein is released in body so but bringing to production could be difficult. they say it tastes like honey with crunchy pieces. taste it out and see what you think. >> shiri: that was absolutely disgusting. we have afternoon thunderstorm.
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chance for solid soaking tomorrow. show you what time the rain agains and ends where you live next. >> daniel: daniel miller, 14-year-old girl walks us through the terrifying moments of her life when intruder decides to burst beside her home and she is all alone. >> expecting anybody? i said no. >> daniel: why your daughter wants to stay organic. your husband wants to stay free from artificial ingredients. you want to stay free from artificial preservatives. and your debit card wants to stay on a diet. fill your cart with small victories like stop & shop's nature's promise brand.
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>> gene: heat wave gone. >> shiri: what's a few degrees? >> hoping to make it. >> shiri: shooting for the record? record is his nine days. 72 in worcester. good morning, 68 in maynard, 70
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going to be steadily warming here as the day goes on. let's take you to -- back things up here a second. right now 77?. in boston. noon time temp 90?, 3:00 p.m. 92 and at 7:00 p.m. 85. isolated thunderstorms, something going to be watching for inland but think it is only going to go to one or two total and northern mass and southern new hampshire. high 90 to 96, be ready for another hot day, bright day, a little more cloud cover this afternoon and tomorrow boy, do we have clouds for zip trip in scituate and chance for rain in friday. julie grauert and look at problem spots. >> julie: moderate delays on d line. d line delays because of disabled train at beacons field station. out to the roads still heavy volume on 93 south as you head
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and slows down as you head toward somerville. pike reasonable, average speed 29 miles per hour in natick and weston tolls. our slow spot south of the pike the expressway. 40 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 35 minutes on expressway. almost an hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. these all normals pretty drive times for this time of the commute. up for the final night. >> gene: heavy hitters and tim kaine told voters not to fall for trump's empty promises. >> believe me, we will build a wall and make mexico pay for it, believe it. we will destroy isis so fast believe me.
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believe me. >> sara: before the last call for gun control at the convention. >> gene: emotional plea from blair miller with so many victims. good morning. >> blair: good morning. powerful moments coming from the speeches and really all the speeches covering a lot of ground here last night. early on in the evening what is day three, very emotional speeches from family members impacted by the shootings orlando and sandy hook. some called for gun reform and in the audience, in the crowd people in tears. many people felt these speeches were some of the most important because they came from real people with real concerns. one mother who lost her son in the nightclub had powerful words for the party. >> where was common sense the day he died?
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about your child. >> blair: women that survived the shootings and likely when hillary clinton takes the stage later tonight. sarah and gene? >> gene: daniel pepe guy known with a great speech and have not heard from him at all during the delegation as we speak and has not come out examine fully supported hillary clinton and rumblings there might be a nominee pick for hick for vp but that didn't happen and he is here this morning talking about the delegates in massachusetts. live in dnc, blair miller, fox25 news. >> gene: hundreds of police officers will gather outside
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hanging from the building about a year now and mayor refusing to take it down. jessica reyes live in somerville with look at why he is standing his ground. jess, good morning. >> jessica: protest the black lives manner and group of black lives matter down the street from here. front and center at city hall. banner has been up for a year and started last week when the police union president michael mcgrath demanding he take it down and wants it replaced with one that says all lives matter. in letter killing of baton rouge police officers saying we strongly object to a public
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that paints police officers as the killers of innocent citizens of color. curtatone says officers over police headquarters. police that live in the area are supplied union would take such offense to the banner and morning planning a protest over it. >> i think anyone would be offended by it. >> see where they are coming from and always a fringe element to every movement and that's to cut off the extreat quality really advocating for the right thing. >> jessica: does not stand with the president, but stands with the mayor. protest at city hall, that would be at 5:30 and one at union
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chambers at the vermont border. he was in court yesterday accused of sexually abused child. 1988 chambers prime suspect in the murder of russell bean and case presented to grand jury and grand jury chose not to enindict chambers and he was set free. sara: juvenile court judge conference between prosecutors and attorneys for philip chism and currently serving 40-year sentence for colleen ritzer. chism is also charged with attacking female employee. the attack was similar to murder of ritzer. man faces charges of exposing
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open and gross lewdness. the kids' mom took a picture of sullivan as left the restaurant and brought it to police. officers recognized them from previous interactions. they found them on nearby bus and arrested him. >> gene: and second kilos. >> hingham police after a bad reaction to the drug. both were impaired when officers arrived. the teens recovering and won't be charged because people reported drug overdose have immunity from prosecution in
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>> sara: campground with tents, trailers and camp fires and also be a few outdoor games and camp tunes to enjoy to make city hall plaza more enjoyable. >> julie: 7:39. checking weather every ten minutes. 93 south hovering right around the 1 hour mark as you head 495 to andover down to the zakim. shiri? >> shiri: 77 sounding warm and nice sunshine to start things off and thinking beach i want you to think hot conditions today. north shore 92 and south shore up to 90? today and 85 on the cape. mostly sunny skies and show you which towns and cities are at
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>> gene:
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>> sara: 14-year-old kept cool throughout the frightening robbery attempted. >> daniel: mom kept her calm. making breakfast wednesday morning when there was a knock at her front door. >> looked and didn't recognize him and sitting on floor like this. >> in brockton when the man
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her mom for help. >> she told me to get down on my knees. >> she made her way and went into the closet. >> closed door and locked it and sitting right here in the corner and pushed nightstand a little bit toward the edge of the door and that way he wouldn't be able to force himself into the room. >> kept pacing window and bedroom door breakthrough the front door and by the time brockton police arrived the man was gone. >> went to the window and he was gone, bike was gone, and after that i heard brockton police come down with sirens and everything. police officer announce yourself. i said i'm in my mom's room. >> best description she was able to give to police she was a white man on a bike and short pony tail and beard and also
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police now trying to figure out if that man is same person who broke the other homes in the area. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: man responsible for setting up a skimming advice and investigators trying to figure out how many credit cards were scanned and how much information suspect stole. >> gene: turned pastor about gardner museum heist and first tv interview to fox25 bob ward before going into witness protection. 15 now lives in tennessee and tells fox25 he was asked by another mobster to sell the
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>> julie: volume steady on 128 but not problemati north of the pike route 1 looking okay and finally the volume has started to open up in wilmington area. average speeds 10 miles per hour into somerville. live look at zakim a little bit slow on zakim bridge and leverett connector. here are live drive times. 25 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 32 minutes on 93 south, 495 to the leverett connector, 41 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. meteorologist shiri spear
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another 90 degree day on tap. >> problem with hot, dry weather and sixism inches in boston and this is where we have now severe drought across northern mass and southern new hampshire. we need the rain and good news, i got some coming into town with this system and this system both tracking toward us. so going to waves and 77? out there right now and middle 80s. by 9:00 a.m. at 11:00 a.m. 88?, it is going to be in the 90s this afternoon and boston area and as clouds bubble up storms with it and threat start at 2:00 p.m. and easy going and
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i think in fantastic shape. chance storm pretty low and highest in southern new hampshire and northern massachusetts and probably going to favor later in the day. evening hours most likely to see something develop and couple showers patch and he develop and that's what you're going to be for the morning and 96 in lowell and 95 in areas like brookline, shirley, nashua, new hampshire, worcester 93?, mix of sun and scattered clouds for all of you folks, 90 marshfield down to plymouth and nantucket goes to 80?. tomorrow totally different temperaturewise too. having a tough time getting highs up to 80 tomorrow. some of you stuck in 70s.
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is just one or two communities that see the showers tomorrow and flip side. we could be talking inches of rain where we get the heaviest stuff. 7:00 tomorrow morning and warn you and patchy showers ahead of this and early riser heading into work before that still going to have some damp roadways. worst of it is going to be late-morning straight through the afternoon and in particular over southeastern massachusetts, that's where we have the bull eye's of heavier rain this junk, area of low pressure tracking along stalled front and during the afternoon we got scattered showers around and most of the action really winding down between eight -- five and 8:00 p.m. so i'm thinking that between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. the best chance for rain tomorrow, i know that's all day risk. not going to rain every second and south of boston and watch out for bull's eye wiggling and come close to boston or mass
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84?, sunday slight risk of afternoon shower. risk continues into monday, we got highs in the 80s for next week. back to you. >> sara: bear in minnesota showing how we all feel during the hot days. man in duluth snapped photo of large black bear napping in plastic kiddie pool. said he did a double take because he thought the bear was black newfoundland dog and that was until he saw the dog in his house whining at back door. the bear was spotted earlier this week going through person's trash. researchers discovered the
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down but she didn't leave any id behind and the car didn't have a license plate. >> gene: disturbing video live stream on facebook has some asking if a mother in georgia went too far in disappointing her daughter. shows a woman beating her daughter over lewd photos the girl had supposedly put on facebook. as the video begins she appears to have some type of object she is using to hit her daughter but soon it is all slaps and punches to the body of gi berates the daughter. all of this is streamed live to facebook. >> look at you. look at you. everybody see you now. >> gene: police tracked down woman in the video and not filed any charges and does feel safe
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batman symbol ended up getting stuck inside the marked suv. police say the suspect also threatened bouncer at bar at homemade spear before they arrived. >> sara: florida man police said man pulled spotted something suspicious in the floor. the objects were actually crystal meth and he was arrested but later tests proved they were really crumbs from a doughnut year, every wednesday i stop at krispy kreme and get doughnut there and found icing. >> sara: rushing has hired a
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somebody. >> shiri: 90s back today in boston, beverly, fitchburg and what keene of warm-up to expect in your town next. what keene of warm-up to expect in your town next. >> gene: scare for the pope in ? sip in summertime stay cool this summer with a new sour apple, watermelon, or blue raspberry coolatta.
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>> gene: live to philadelphia where hillary clinton is preparing for big speech yesterday. >> sara: new questions for the city after no one told them their son was missing even as the search began. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: reporters big stories and hope morning off to the fantastic start on thursday
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lavanchy. >> sara: chance of rain later today. >> shiri: slight chance later today and next 24 hours rain coming in and 82? in boston, temperature i told you this hour in the 80s, first 80s of the morning right there, 77 in lawrence, 78 in norwood, 75 in worcester, b to 80? and hour-by-hour forecast and 10:00 a.m. it is going to be mid-80s and temperatures topping out in the lower 90s in boston with some increasing clouds and pop-up and hottest. town by town look and traffic
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"t." >> shiri: north of the pike route 1 as head through revere and approach the tobin bridge. 93 south he steady volume down into somerville. live look at zakim bridge and leverett connector see the cars backing up as you make your way southbound on life-threatening. here are live drive times, 40 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 33 minutes on the expressway almost 50 minutes on 93 south from andover down to bridge. >> sara: updates on shooting overnight. police just told crews on the scene the victim they found on the scene was shot in the head and life-threatening injuries. this was the scene at 3:45 this morning. that was about an hour after police were called to report of shots fired. we have also learned that around the same time victim was found
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hospital and looking into if all three are connected. serious crash on route 495 in franklin near exit 17. you could see a car went off the highway and right into the woods. it is obviously badly damaged. no lanes in the highway were blocked because it is so far into the trees. investigators are on the scene and we will bring you more information just as soon as we get it. >> gene: it was passing of torch as endorsing hillary clinton. >> sara: blair miller joins us live in philadelphia where tonight it is clinton's turn to address the nation. >> blair: main event at final night of the dnc, all eyes
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donald trump and popular trump es. >> he has no clue about what makes america great. actually he has no clue, period. >> we will destroy sis so fast, believe me, nothing suspicious in the tax returns believe me. republican turned independent had this to say about fellow new york thing about donald trump is his hypocrisy. >> blair: hillary clinton's most powerful support erpresident obama, sought to convince supporters the choice is clear. >> does anyone really believe guy who spent his seven years on this earth showing no regard for work and people is suddenly going to be your champion? if you are concerned about pocket book issues and seeing
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isn't even close. >> blair: why should be the next commander in chief based on experience. >> sara: sure to be emotional night as introduced by daughter. >> blair: more of the softer side and personal side and growing up through chelsea's perspective. live in philadelphia, blair miller, fox25 news. >> sara: people from both parties from donald trump encouraging russia to get involved in the u.s. presidential election. >> russia, if you're listening,
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i think you will probably be rewarded mightily by the press. let's see if that happens. >> sara: the clinton campaign accused trump engaging russian espionage and meddling in politics. said through statement vladimir putin is global menace and thug and should stay out of the election. stay with fox25 and coverage. blair miller and sharman sacchetti are in philadelphia the last day of the convention. >> gene: family of boy that drowned during a summer camp demanding answers. they did not inform them when the child went missing. outside the curley community center where director has been placed on paid administrative leave.
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building back open this morning. saw for myself within the past hour. however, the day camp that was being run here, that's being run somewhere else for the time being and mayor walsh has launched independent investigation what went wrong here as family of kaiser willis grieves. >> worst thing you tell a family you lost your baby. now you tell me i can't see the baby. don't care what condition he is in. still want to see him. >> last time kaise able to see seven-year-old was tuesday morning when off to camp at could you recally community center in south boston. 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 on the sand. >> favorite spot here, came over here, ride bikes over here. >> went missing tuesday afternoon. body found in the water off carson beach hours later. his family left only with questions.
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wander off from 18 staff place, 18 people there watching the kids. >> catherine: learned in addition to the center's director there was a supervisor and assistant supervisor presented between 15 and 18 and it exceeded counselor one for every ten kids and learned more where willis went missing. patrolled by state police along with the beach itself but co along with the water belonged to boston police. mayor walsh vowing to launch independent review to get the answers kaiser's family desperately wants. they say nobody from the camp contacted them immediately once they realized kaiser was missing. in fact, the family says the first call they received about that was from nine-year-old
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>> sara: sky fox over the scene yesterday afternoon and audiovisual solutions clearly distraught and learned he was armed with high power rifles and thousands of rounds of ammunition. during the initial standoff at least one shot was fired. after hours of talking to him he agreed to surrender. police brought him to hospital for >> sara: tomorrow the school built to replace in sandy hook will open in connecticut. 20 children and six teachers died four years ago. new building was built by a massachusetts company. mildford based construction managed the 50 million-dollar project and also built schools in dedham, needham and cambridge. >> gene: new at 8:00, volunteers raised more than $50,000 to help a local pet abandon by its owner.
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about maverick the last week. german shepherd shoed off part of own foot to escape from a leash and dog left alone for middleborough home for weeks and needed $5,000 worth of surgery. the rest of the money that was raised will benefit local animal hospital. the shelter says 1,000 e-mails requesting to adopt maverick. >> sara: $78 million. here the numbers drawn last night, they are ten, 47, 50, 65, 68 and the powerball was 24. the next drawing is saturday night. it has been nearly three months since someone hit all six numbers. wouldn't that be nice, julie. >> julie: always fun to dream if you do win. good morning, everyone. expressway right now pretty typical drive time, 34 minutes as you head from the braintree split up to the exit for the pike.
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70s and 80s. nice bright start to the day and looking good to send you home from work and more clouds around, going to be hot with a lot of 90s on the map, and show you which towns and cities could see a thunderstorm today. >> sara: coming up how much exercise you need a day to balance out all of that sitting around at your desk. >> michael: new england patriots open up training camp >> we have finally some definition with tom's situation.
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>> gene: focus of the camp,
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>> michael: coach bill belichick spoke about that and big opening of training camp and talked about having three good options at position. of course, tom brady with all of that deflategate mess will not be undercenter for the opening of the season. jimmy garoppolo will be starting qb and here says bill belichick talking about scenario that pats fans have been dreading months. >> we have a good situation, three players that want to work with around the league. look at some other years. seen teams don't have anybody and don't have one. i think in a good situation and see how it plays out. >> michael: glass half full. look at live pictures out here, way in the distance see the white tent. that is the tent sale happening
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gillette stadium, home of new england patriots. practice itself free and open to the public and 9:14 to 11:45 and fan zone and a a lot of cool stf and ten until two. tom brady cannot play in regular season's first four games, he is expected to fully participate here at training camp. for now live in foxborough, michael henrich, fox25 >> gene: julian edelman reportedly had a casual relationship with a model last two years and has a child. now he is dating victoria's
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in massachusetts. >> sara: thousands of retired basketball players will soon have insurance paid for by current nba players. voted unanimously to provide insurance coverage to former players with three years of nba service time. this is a first for a player's union in north america. the new coverage takes effect january >> gene: playing in singapore but wanted to help local kids and police officers say the plan worked. >> one guy coming to the police department and said hey, passionate about basketball and
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>> sara: scare for pope in poland. the holy father fell and giving mass when he fell off the altar. he wasn't down for long. he came right back up, continued on with the mass. he has a medical condition that causes severe pain in his back >> julie: 8:17 and volume heavy route 16 and medford could notuing into somerville. route 1 backed unusual spot into receive as approaching the tobin bridge. pike still looks good if you head from 495, not a lot of slowing approaching the weston tolls. expressway nice and bright look
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37 minutes on expressway, 43 minutes to the leverett connector and 20 minutes from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and still have warm temperatures ahead and starting out comfortable right now and what a warm-up it will end up being and see the heat wave came to abrupt end yesterday because only had temperatures getting into the upper 80s in the boston area. we did have six days in a row though with highs in 90s and up around 93? which is way above average and going to be a ten? above average today, 82 in
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80 in fitchburg, want to take you to fitchburg but to map out the warm-up, go from sunshine to increasing clouds, turns partly cloudy today but still going to be bright, still need the sunscreen if you don't want to get a sunburn and noon time we are rocking the lower 90s. 8:00 this evening 85? and there's the slight threat for thunderstorm developing especially out across northern mass and southern new hampshire. it is not a guarantee in those spots. i think anything we see will very, very isolated but you should be aware of it. 92 in boston today, 96 in lawrence, 95 in norwood, it 93 in worcester, 95 in manchester, new hampshire versus the mid-80s out cross-the cape. tomorrow on the other hand upper 70s to lower 80s. temperatures so cool by comparison, we got a lot of clouds, we got a lot of showers, all of that is going to stunt tomorrow's warm-up. as for today you could see some of the clouds developing this afternoon. a lot of the storms will stay
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where the front is but i think we have the opportunity for seeing couple isolated items pop up this afternoon. bull's eye expected over southeastern massachusetts though it could waiver and no rainfall accumulation because of other hand, half inch to couple inches of rain in hardest hit areas, saturday 84 and sunday slight risk of afternoon shower into monday. back to you. >> gene: surprise admission to boston's biggest crimes when mobster claims pastor claims to know about the largest art heist history. gene: how hog turned
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>> gene: come on down to scituate. special guest chief kevin lemanowicz. a lot of fun for everybody down there so come on done and have a great time and see rest of the zip trip schedule for the remaining part of the season.
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>> gene: if you work in office you may want to take a look around. hour long walk everyday cancels out the health dangers of sitting at desk. spending time at desk are 60% more likely to die early. >> julie: check this out. this is the deepest blue spot scientists have ever found. it is formed when search hole develops underwater. the hole is nearly 1,000 feet deep and bigger than any
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there's no oxygen deeper. >> sara: never seen anything like that. gorgeous. fourth grader uses prized possession. ten-year-old blake control raised 300-pound pawing that was going up for auction at a county fair so pledged to donate proceeds at the hospital. at first he received 500-dollar bid for the hog and more than 30 other people at the frivol you each. >> we were never surprised and never think this would take place. >> it was so heartwarming child of his age thought generously and came up with the idea on his own. >> sara: donated 20,000 to the children's hospital of milwaukee. we have seen -- he has been a
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i have a feeling he will do wonderful things. >> shiri: slight risk of shower today and much chance we have friday rain. that does mean as we look toward the zip trip talking showers and show you how today and tomorrow compare. >> sara: moment of terror for 14-year-old girl. she walks us through the moments when burglar
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>> sara: one more day of oppressive heat and then break
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>> gene: a lot like cockroach milk. >> shiri: nice soaking on friday and not enough to undo the drought conditions on place and new drought monitor coming out any minute and see if the drought has, in fact, gotten worse and been expanded into more and more towns and cities, severe drought that is. 82? in boston, 80 arlington, 75 in ipswich and 73 in brockton. temperatures sliding sandwich, 75 in worcester, 76 in auburn, 74 in maynard and amherst, new hampshire 75?. 90 by noon though. going to be hot for sure today, increasing clouds and 92? with the increasing clouds still and
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later on this evening, 90 to 96, we are talking hot weather today and cool and wet tomorrow, break down when to plan around town changes coming up. live drive time traffic and volume increases slightly. north of the pike new accident on 128 southbound says you approach 93 and then heavy, steady volume on the usual spot on 93 starting around route 16, revere. live look at the zakim bridge, stop and go on zakim right now. here is drive time i built earlier from the accident that was on 495, now we are seeing the drive time grow up on 495 north shore because they are working to remove it out wooded area where car crashed into that. looking at 45 minute -- 44 minutes on 93 south, 46 minutes on 495 northbound from 95 to
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back to you. >> sara: last week it was donald trump's turn to address the nation and now hillary clinton will need to deliver the biggest speech of her career. >> gene: focused on gun control after emotional pleas have been devastated by mass shootings. blair miller live in philadelphia with more from the victims of so many of those mass shootings. good morning, powerful moments. those speeches covered a lot of ground last night at day three of the convention and early on we heard for some of the emotional moments taking the stage, very emotional speeches from family members impacted by the shootings in orlando and sandy hook. some called for gun reform and some felt they were most important because came from real
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heard from the daughter of the sandy hook principal who was killed in the shooting saying she supports hillary because she is now taking on gun lobbying. >> i'm here alone without my mother. too many politicians power behind the gun lobby instead of standing with american families. we don't need another charlton or san bernardino or dallas or gun violence that don't make the headlines. >> blair: heard from women that survived the charlton shootings and this will likely come up when hillary clinton takes the stage tonight.
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>> blair: never gave full endorsement of hillary clinton and one point he might be a possible vp pick and he is here in philadelphia. live at dnc, blair miller, fox25 news. >> gene: banner hanging out in front of city hall expected to spark a pair of dueling protests today. one side from police officers around the state and members of the black lives matter movement. live in somerville where the mayor vowing to keep the banner in place. jess, good morning. >> jessica: hundreds of protesters and while that's happening a counter protest down the street for supporters of the black lives matter movement. >> let me be clear, the banner will not come down.
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black lives matter banner staying front and center at city hall. >> to blame the violence against police, against the whole movement of black lives matter is wrong. >> jessica: the banner has been up for a year but started last week when police chief mookal mcgrath wanted banner saying all lives matter. kill of ballast and baton rouge police officers we strongly object to banner sponsored by the cy officers as killers of innocent citizen of color. curtatone says banner slain offers over police headquarters. police in the area surprised the union would take offense to the banner. even more surprised to hear they are planning a protest over it. >> absolutely right decision and bizarre anyone be offended by it. >> i can see where they are coming from and there's always an element to every movement and cut off extremist on both sides
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from the center really advocating for the right thing. >> jessica: does not side with the police union president and protest at city hall, that will start at 5:30 tonight and one at union square for black lives matter, hour earlier at 4:30. live in somerville, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: former new hampshire police chief tied to sexual assault charges. 64-year-old robert chambers from swansea, new hampshire right near the vermont border and accused of sexualby abusing a child. it happened over a six-year period beginning in 1994. 1988 chambers was the prime suspect in the murder of russell bean. case was presented to grand jury but grand jury chose not to indict chambers and he was set free. >> sara: a 2nd court case against teenager convicted of
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a plea deal. juvenile court judge in boston has scheduled a conference between prosecutors and attorneys for philip chism. he is currently serving 40-year sentence for killing his teacher christian. chism is charged with attacking a female employee after his arrest. investigators say the attack was chillingly similar to the murder of ritzer. >> gene: man faces charges for exposing himself to two children at auburn mcdonalds. steven sullivan was charged on open lewdness. woman took picture of him and found him on nearby bus and arrested him. >> sara: driver flipped his car and hit a pedestrian. this happened on green street just after 7:00. we are told pedestrian a woman flown to the hospital and driver
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of either right now or what led up to the accident. a sutton woman in critical condition this morning after she hit a concrete traffic pole and flipped her car in the center of grafton. police say 54-year-old debra was found pinned under the car and thrown to the hospital in life flight. the cause of the accident remains under investigation. >> pastor that was once a mobster says he about art heist. he gave interview to bob ward. before going into witness protection he was a boston mobster named bobby luisi junior. back in 1997 he was asked by another mobster to take the art. >> he said i know where the art is, it is buried in cellar in
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could fence it? >> gene: he never found out where in florida the artwork was stored. works which are worth $500 million have never been found and 5 million-dollar reward for the return. >> sara: people will be camping out on city hall plaza next week. handing out samples of smores ice cream sandwich noon to four which is national ice cream sandwi like a campground with tents, trailers and camp fires and few outdoor games and camp tunes to enjoy. all part of the mayor's plan to make city hall plaza more enjoyable. >> sara: good morning, everyone. track we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. 93 southbound right now, 42 minutes as head from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: right now temperatures in the lower 80s
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clouds headed out to the beach today and not going to find much relief. 92 for the north shore. south shore hitting 90 again today and even cape at 85. >> gene: 8:41 this morning. new super bug continues to threaten patients in hospitals across the country. coming up next why secrets could be up your nose with rubber hose. >> sara: live on facebook for the punishment and why she said the
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>> daniel: person that broke into other homes in the area. we will have much more for you coming up at 9:00-hour. in the newsroom this morning,
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>> gene: woman shown beating daughter on facebook. she appears h object she is using to hit her daughter but soon it is all slaps and punches to the body of the girl and a lot of cursing as miller berates her daughter. all of it streamed life to facebook. >> everybody see you now. look at you. look at you. >> police track down the woman in the video examine not filed
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>> gene: car slammed into a california home and took place in los angeles, many of the victims actually trapped under the car and neighbors ran over to try to lift the car off of them. driver ran off. police now trying to track her but did not leave id and no license plate. >> julie: earlier accident on 495 northbound near 126 many franklin and those delays still stretching back to just about 95. shifting slightly north heavy volume and north of the pike 93 southbound waiting for that to clear before 128 and here you go
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95 to 109. 26 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, you said morning drive time will be drastically more comfortable. >> shiri: i have to say the graphic updated 30 seconds ago. and justid we actually have seen some of the drought conditions extended in particular the changes that i'm seeing with update that was just issued and once per week and extending all the way to the southcoast of new england, now covering all of connecticut. the severe drought inched slightly further south into middlesex county and slightly further south into central mass and even into western mass here. so we are seeing things get
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just haven't had enough rain relief. even with some of using soaking tomorrow. not enough to undo the problems and solid period here, not just to help remediate the drought issues that we are having. two systems that are moving toward us here. as they do they will bump up the risk for rain tomorrow, today, and pretty slim chance and there's a chance for couple of pop-ups 82?. 2:00 p.m. 92. lower 90s will do today and even as kevin talking to you as 4:00 p.m. and still in the 90s and later on this evening, we are still going to be maintaining a lot of heat and going to find humidity increasing again tonight. so future cast here, just want to break down. the threat will develop between two and 5:00 p.m. going to start to see a little action popping up on radar. most of it is going to be central and northern new england because that's closest to a front, but i could see this
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see some storms making it into northeastern massachusetts here this evening. future cast overnight pull in scattered showers, more than we are even seeing here than what i expect and going to be dealing with damp start to the morning commute and the rain is going to get heavier, especially about 8:00 tomorrow morning. 92? your high in boston, 96 in lawrence, 95 in norwood. check out mid-90s spilling to lowell and nashua down to hudson, over to worcester at 93?. 94 in marshfield over to plymouth. mid to upper 80s for a good part of the cape from falmouth to sandwich, and chatham at 83?, high temperatures here for the day tomorrow. look at that. 70s. 70s to about 80?. it is going to be so much cooler and not bringing us a lot of rain and all i'm expecting today isolated one or two showers that kevin lemanowicz is going to be tracking for you and 7:00 tomorrow morning this is the start of the steady rain and
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stragglers as far as the showers go each up ahead of this and see heaviest, steadiest stuff filling in over southeastern massachusetts and most rain relief and scattered showers in boston, nashua, straight through 5:00 p.m. and five and eight. and afternoon shower that continues into the monday morning, tuesday and wednesday expecting things to be dry. back to you guys. >> gene: incredible act of kindness to te one man lost every dollar to his name and uber driver that made everything right again. >> daniel: putting end to aggressive debt collectors.
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>> gene: zica not travel related. evidence shows there could be
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transmitting the virus and monitoring 53 pregnant women who had zica infection. study published in journal nature says scientists hope the chemical can become a resource for creating new a may take years before it would reach the market. >> sara: uber driver in chicago finds thousands of dollars in his car and goes the extra mile to do the right thing. he picked up passenger at o'hare monday morning. the man spoke broken english but said he was going to his sister's house. the driver dropped the man off and then he found $3,000 in the car. short while later the driver made way back to the sister's
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the building. >> sara: he just sold his business and that was all he had to his name and he gave the driver 100-dollar reward. >> gene: big catch for young was in a 200-pound shark. >> shiri: mapping out warm-up today and what time plan on rain tomorrow. >> sara: next unbelievable amount of money raised to help
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