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dispensary. how official are addressing security concerns. >> blowing a 4-run lead isn't enough, there's more bad news for red sox fans. the accident in the clubhouse that could sideline hanley ramirez. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. dense fog in keene, new hampshire, slight improvements in orange and i have to say lawrence to beverly, probably the biggest improvements at all on the map and watching the fog lift in and
at 65?, still whole string of 50s to nashua to fitchburg, norwood and bedford, 64 in plymouth and how about 67? right now as you wake up on outer cape. so hour-by-hour forecast, this goes for the boston area, 9:00 a.m. 69?, 11:00 a.m. 74. we got upper 70s heading into town for the afternoon. and you can see that it is simply sunshine. so coast including boston 79?, cape 77 today and inland towns and cities back into the 80s, i will break coming up. now julie grauert with live drive time traffic this morning and an accident update. >> shiri, back to live pictures on accident on 128 southbound at route 35 in danvers. you can see it is off to the right-hand shoulder, several cars involved. as i take you to the map, not a lot of delays because of that. however, as we shift south, we are seeing delays on 24 right now. it is because of an accident on 24 right at 128. and we have volume really
route 27 in avon, brockton area. expressway heavy steady typical volume for this time of the morning. drive concern 24, 38 minutes because of accident as head from 128 to the 28. back to you. >> elizabeth: breaking news right now in middle east, a plane has crash landed at dubai international airport. emirates airlines confirmed etch was evacuated safely from the laplane. you could see it thick smoke on runway. it was on the way from indaia with thirty two 300 people on board. 282 passengers, 18 crew members. not sure what caused to to crash land, but we are getting the latest information to you. >> gene: police in billerica searching for suspects. >> elizabeth: one suspect had large hunting knife. catherine parrotta live at the scene where police are releasing surveillance video.
>> catherine: in fact, i'm not sure exactly the photographer can pan over to the building, see this building 129 liquors, surveillance cameras right at the front, visible as you go through the front entrance, so told police could be looking at surveillance video as they try to track down the suspect in this case. this is just one of the places where these robberies reported to have taken place, still in the process of gathering information, but here is what we know so far this morning. the reports about this robbery started coming in around 9:00 last night. salem road in billerica. police on scene with dogs trying to find the suspect. there was also a call about a similar robbery happening at another business in town. that was just about 3 miles away. it was on boston road, a convenience store there. according to the lowell sun, no one was hurt, but one of the clerks did need to go to the hospital because she was shaken up. both cases the suspect was described as white man and gray sweatshirt with a large knife. while these robberies reported to have happened, it was actually during national night
it is a way to the communities to interact with police, so police out in force across community last night as they reported robberies were taking place apparently according to some police calls. so that's what we know so far this morning. also just spoke with somebody that lives around the corner and
mrs. clinton. clinton supporter president obama weighed in calling on republicans to dump trump. >> i think republican nominee is unfit. >> daniel: trump may be one abandoned his party. in interview with the washington post, he refused to endorse republican heavy weights john mccain and house speaker paul ryan in primary fight. but the crowd trump rallies don't s supporters still cheer, even end when candidate jokes about kicking out crying babies. >> don't worry about that baby, i love babies. actually i was only kidding you can get the baby out of here. >> daniel: meanwhile new hampshire senator kelly ayotte find herself in cross hairs of donald trump. she blasted him for the criticism of khan family. yesterday trump questioned if
she is seeking re-election this fall. in tweet yesterday afternoon she shot back at trump saying she calls it like she sees it and always stand up for military family. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> elizabeth: senator elizabeth warren is echoing president obama's comments about trump's ability to be president. yesterday the senator spoke at somerville theater on u.s. economy. she waited until the lecture was over before attacking the republican candidate. >> donald trump proves every be president of the united states. if he were a reality tv show at this points he would have been canceled. >> elizabeth: senator warren scheduled to speak in worcester at clark university. >> meanwhile hillary clinton is taking campaign to colorado and attend a pricy fundraiser tonight in aspen. tickets for that event cost between ten and $50,000. more fallout for the dnc this morning. three top officials have stepped down from the committee's
e-mail system was breached. ceo, communications director and chief financial officer have all stepped down. a weekag wikileaks posted 20,000 of the e-mails, number of which showed favoritism toward clinton in primary campaign against vermont senator bernie sanders. >> elizabeth: first ever medical marijuana dispensary open in boston. pot shop expected to serve at least 100 customers a day that have been given marijuana by their doctors. michael henrich is live in downtown crossing inside the facility which doesn't open until 10:00. right, michael? >> michael: rebeccaon cutting at 10:00 and opens up to the public this afternoon, and we are getting firsthand look inside here, actually patients will come in and sit at counters like this and take look at merchandise that they have a card saying that they are allowed to get it. take a look around here, it is not necessarily what many people would expect, one third doctor's
you can tell by the vault there in the back, and it has a little bit of iphone feel to it with white paneling surrounding the room here. this is the first medical marijuana dispensary here in the city of boston. it is the seventh throughout the commonwealth. this one is called patriot care. their product grown in lowell and another one of the facilities that patriot care runs and all the product that's sold here, whether it is edible, whether it is marijuana to smoke or during the commonwealth. according to state health statistics this is not uncommon thing here. 13,000 patients purchased medical marijuana in the month of june and what's different about this facility is that patriot care will actually deliver after people come to set up their first visit. they will deliver to these people's homes. now, some people think that could create a security issue and police commissioner bill
medical marijuana as long as used for the right reason. we are watching to make sure they are getting there safely and will work with the company. >> michael: this dispensary again is only for medical marijuana. now, of course, massachusetts does have a ballot question coming up in november asking voters about legalizing recreational marijuana. now, the ceo of patriot c its parent company, national company are both here. i'm going to speak with them in the next few minutes and ask them about the distinction between the clients they serve and clients that might want access to marijuana if that ballot initiative ends up passing. stay with us throughout the morning and we will have a look at the facility. >> gene: developing news, big reason for red sox fans to be worried. hanley ramirez fell in the clubhouse after the game in
had to go for x-rays. team plans to provide update on situation with hanley a little bit later this morning. as for game late one last night. benintendi on bench for major league debut. solo shot two-zero nothing. wheels came off wagon in eighth inning. david price gave up four straight hits and robin kennau 3-run home up five-four and then in night benintendi with chance to be a hero and second big league at bat and gets caught looking and mariners beat the red sox last night five-four the final. 30 minute drive time for the split and exit for the pike.
9:00 this morning near 70? and show you what time we are back up to the 80s coming up. >> gene: 7:12. owner of boston cab company that's been in business for decades could go to jail. long list of illegal practices that has gotten attention of the feds. >> hundreds of dead fish wash up on cape cod beach but not sick. why experts think a predator
>> elizabeth:. >> jessica: two pitbulls charged at them. >> woman screaming and dogs barking. >> attacked a lab and other attacked the owner. police say the woman has severe injuries to her hand and was rushed to the hospital. police did kel charges against the owner of the pitbull but as soon as the public information officer got in this morning expect more information about what exactly led up to this and keep you posted here on the fox25 morning news. live in salem, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: 7:16, fox25 investigation looks at how long it takes the fire department to respond to a fire. a lot of us don't think about response times until we need help. every second counts.
fatal fire. >> national standard guideline response is six and a half minutes. we found that over third departments of massachusetts are over that limit. we also found inconsistencies and data given to us by the state. tonight on fox25 news at 10:00, go right to the fire chief to learn some of the factors and how they could be infectioned. >> together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone. still waiting for this accident to clear on 24 northbound. it is right at 128 in randolph. average speeds 7 miles per hour delays back 139 and into avon. not quite into brockton yet and time getting better and in the process of getting cleared out. slightly north, another slow spot by the expressway, 128 north, things slowing down as
approach the pike. here are live drive times, just built this to include the heavily traveled areas i'm watching right now. 30 minutes on expressway. 35 minutes on 24. that's in the spot i pointed out for the accident. 51 minutes which is extremely high for this time of the morning on 128 northbound in that section that heads from westwood up to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, at least i'm getting better look at the roads because most of the fog has cleared out. >> couple spots with still in place. i mean what time is it, 7:18 right now? 8:00 a.m. fog should be lifted everywhere. today on average, mid-80s tomorrow, followed by 90s on friday, we are getting hotter and getting stickier in particular friday to saturday. you're going to feel humidity coming back into play. next two days even though it is warmer it is actually going to be pretty comfortable out there, 65 in boston right now, 61 in lawrence, 60 in worcester.
you will find a lot of the fog is clinging to these cooler spots norwood 58? and under a mile and 8:00 a.m. as hour, lifts by 9:00 a.m. you might have a couple low hanging clouds and sunshine the rest of the day. so by 11:00 a.m. 76?, by 1:00 p.m. 79, we got highs again in the 80s so we have i think five straight days where temperatures were below average in the 70s, finally we are back up we got high pressure driving. it is keeping the winds light, also light enough they are coming in off the water and influence the coastline so the beaches today stay a little bit cooler because of the marine air, sunshine again tomorrow, but i think stiffer breeze is going to help even warm up the beaches and then the real heat coming into play here for your friday. see future cast just involving sunshine and couple occasional clouds, that's it. so 79? in boston, i know we have foggy spots out there now and all switch over to sunshine
new hampshire, 85 in fitchburg, 82 in worcester, 83 in norwood this afternoon. lower 80s ruling in brockton and bridgewater, about 80 in plymouth. upper 70s for the cape and nantucket. tonight it is going to be another round of 60s in the city and 50s in the suburbs, so it is going to have the fresh kind of crisp feel to the air, perfect weather for either driving into work with windows open and sleeping with window open overnight and then tomorrow adding a couple more degrees, so kind of cranking up the and 64? and i got sunshine, warming temperature, we will get close to 80 by 10:00 in the morning that would go for friday. friday time 90? and thunderstorms and 86 on saturday. by sunday heat and humidity break with high of 82 and looking really good here for sunday plans. back to you. >> a stinky surprise for one local family. ashland firefighter got call for
baby skunk under a bed if the second floor of the home year, wouldn't you just thought it was your kids socks? >> gene: possibly. similar odor. don't think they will respond to the sox though and no word how the animal ended up there to begin with. hundreds of fish washing ashore in beaches at the cape. check out video from nauset beach. we are told the specific fish are atlantic man hayden approximate something happened in quincy when massive school of herring died after being hunted by stripers and dogfish. >> gene: new phone hitting market and not from apple. new features from samsung that has techies taking notice. >> house up for sale and this one takes the cake. former house of betty crocker and in massachusetts and we will
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inspection to store fronts and if they don't they could face throw hundred dollar fine per day. restaurant and food trucks would ve comply with the letter grade system. >> elizabeth: hoping study will help new laws as well. brookline and cambridge already recently passed laws banning plastic bags. cambridge charges 10 cents a bag for customers don't bring their
in norwell in '30s and '40s and created the betty crocker kitchen. >> elizabeth: looks like a kitchen betty crocker would be in. >> gene: it does. former home three bedrooms, two baths, along a brick courtyard and garden. that's part of the house listed right now for $675,000. >> elizabeth: needham native sizes. did you hear this? looks like you and gene, this picture. this is her comparing herself to member of the u.s. men's volleyball team. raismain 5'2" and david lee 6'8" and posted this one, captioned when you're 5'2" and cuban volleyball players are 6'9". >> gene: not that shiri is
>> elizabeth: and hair back combed. >> shiri: we got temperatures at coastline, 76 in dennis and 80 salisbury beach and hampton beach and how much h will be at the beaches tomorrow and friday next. >> gene: what man said at online dating site cost him a job. >> elizabeth: pokemongo very popular but there are safety concerns. popular but there are safety concerns. wh emerge restored. fortified. popular but there are safety concerns. wh replenished. emerge everyday with emergen-c packed with b vitamins, antioxidants, electrolytes
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where you will feel freshest this morning, 65 in boston feels completely different than yesterday, humidity has dropped a little bit of fog out toward taunton. norwood still reporting dense fall quarter mile visibility there and i think it will be abrupt end and lift pretty quickly, keene, new hampshire and orange you went from half mile visibility and perfect visibility now and quickly the fog can mix cooler conditions at the beaches and by this even at 7:00, 76?, going to be nice and warmer and sunny. get you right over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic and big delays. >> julie: check out drive time. usually show drive times at the end but up to hour and 40 minutes right now. this is on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls.
avoid 128 northbound at all costs. average speed 6 miles per hour because of accident at needham right at highland avenue and part of the morning commute down to just one lane. two lanes are blocked so the delays stretching all the way back past route 1 over to 95 in canton area. still waiting for accident to clear on 24, right at 28 and those delays. all the way back into brockton. back to the live drive times and but almost an hour and 40 minutes on 128 northbound, so use some of the side roads, just avoid that portion of 128 until you give you all clear. back to you. >> elizabeth: update following since 5:00-hour. just learned that six americans were on board emirates airlines flight that crash landed in dubai. all 300 people on that flight made it out safely and plane arriving from india when something happened during the
flames. >> gene: man may have robbed two stores in less than 20 minutes. >> elizabeth: all happened while dozens of police officers were out interacting with the community. live in billerica with information we collected overnight. catherine? >> catherine: yeah, this is one of the locations where the armed robbery was said to have happened. this is here in billerica, gathering information so far, calls started coming in around 9:00 last night. again, reported armed robbery at 129 liquors located on salem road in billerica. police on scene with dogs and spoke with man that lived across the street the past half hour and was around 8:30 last night when noticed tall, thin young man run over to black sedan and man took off and that struck the resident. >> he was running and usually going to go to the cars that are parked there and go walk and
car and looked again and saw him sped up and saw it peculiar that he did that. >> catherine: around the same time there was a call about a similar robbery happening at convenience store on boston road and two locations 3-mile away and no one was injured in either incident and clerk went to the hospital and shaken up and described as white man and gray sweatshirt with a large knife and said to have been unfolding and national night out, just o the community interacts with law enforcement on the night that's observed nationally, hence the name, and police out in force around town while incidents reported to have been going on. as for the resident more for half hour. live in billerica, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> elizabeth: salem man behind bars after admitting to
douglas steeves has a long history of violence. in 1994 he was charged with domestic assault and battery after his wife says she tried to kill her. last year she filed for divorce and in may she filed for restraining order. >> this is not his behavior to do something to this extent. this is not normal behavior for him at all. >> elizabeth: he changed his facebook status t before he turned himself in. >> gene: facing tax fraud charges and could spend more than two years in prison. he owns boston cab and agrees to pay more than $2 million in fines and penalties and company owns medallion out of the city. >> gene: nikhil patel charged
patient told police the dentist touched her breast four times. judge ordered patel to stay away from the woman until the case is over. >> elizabeth: first time ever patient will be able to buy pot without a prescription and medical marijuana dispensary in downtown crossing. >> michael: we are inside dispensary. locks like a doctor's office, looks like a shop, if you will, a little bit of bank if you look at vault in the corner which did belong to the location on milk street in the heart of boston. even though 13,000 patients medical marijuana in the state of massachusetts in the month of june alone.
product would be green in the state over in lowell at another one of its facilities. everything that they sell here again will come from the commonwealth approximate self. the ceo of the company not only the state branch but also the national branch of the company, both on-site here i'm about to speak with them and have their take on different issues that this dispensary might bring up coming up in the next report. for now reporting in boston, michael henrich, fox25 news. ring hiding cash. seven people arrested on hancock in chelsea and 2 pounds of drugs and $10,000 in cash and pictures you could see money hidden in clothes and drugs being stuffed into a blender and coffee machine. >> try to be as innovative as possible and motor vehicles and tractor-trailers and whatever they can and creating safe
drugs. >> drug ring operated out of two home in chelsea, all seven suspects are from the dominican republic. >> elizabeth: it could take days for 1,000 animals to be removed from westport tenant farm. long process started yesterday. two weeks ago westport police found hundreds of animal dead, dying and in deplorable condition on 71-acre property owned by >> what we collect for purposes of our investigation which will take week if not months. >> aspca calling one of the largest animal cruelty cases in the history of the region. 1,000 animals case file and more than 20 renters involved in addition to the owner. >> gene: commuter rail riders expect weekend closures on mbta
starting next spring crews will be working on 459 million-dollar mandate which requires all lines to include a control system that keeps trains from colliding into one another at high speeds. plans to conduct installation at two lines and starts next april. layoffs may be looming at mbta. teated may be cutting 150 jobs. after 260 employees already took buyouts. the "t" says necessary as it faces potential 110 million-dollar budget deficit. >> update now on health of massachusetts state senator. we have learned that senator ken donnelly represents middlesex county had a brain tumor removed and now resting comfortably. donnelly had been rushed to mass general. family said they are overwhelmed with love and support they have received. >> julie: good morning, everyone. accident on 128 northbound. at highland avenue in needham
northbound at all cost and look at drive time, we are up to 137 minutes on 128 north. that is well over two hours. because you have to convert. nobody talks in minutes. all i know when i say triple digits in spot that's 11 miles, usually takes you 15 so this is a problem. avoid 128 northbound. shiri? >> shiri: 65 in boston and fog lifting here, some of the veil locations still seeing fog and going hour and then it is out so any "t" times this morning at 9:00 a.m., looking brighter at 70?, 11:00 a.m. 76, 80 back on the map at 1:00 this afternoon. see who gets stuck in the 70s today next. >> gene: 7:40 this morning. if you have red bar on your phone, go grab the charger, lilly. there's new evidence that shows web trackers are following your every move. and major recall from starbucks. the dangerous reason these
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>> gene: posted response for everyone to see including future employer and joins us now with the messa >> employer had every right to pass the man up for the job after seeing the comments posted online. not using this local woman's face here or name because she fears the man she rejected may try to seek revenge after messages cost him a new job. when she rejected the man's advances her reply stated not a great way to speak to women be i will pass. man's response that cost him that future job. reply threatened sexual assault.
the people that saw the message after posted it on facebook had just viewed the man's application for tech company. woman told us she never expected the response online after she shared the offensive message with her friends. >> i think notion women react to how they speak to them online or on the street and it is just when you see it in black and white types out it is totally future employer shared and one man responded, quote, we all snap from time to time, online dating hard for men and threats to sue and employment attorney we talked to says not only was this perfectly legal, it is reminder to think before you post anything that could come back to haunt you.
junior take pictures up dress on main street in tewksbury. police say he was standing below the woman in pit area at the time. the victim says she looked down and saw the phone pointed up at her. registered sex offenders will be barred from playing pokemongo in massachusetts if one lawmaker has his way. filed bill bar sex safeguard others who will play. new york state already banned sex offenders on parole from using the app. >> julie: average speeds 6 miles per hour right now on 128 in northbound and i was checking the map to see just how far those delays are stretching. the accident is at highland ave and two lanes blocked last 20
triple digits. 95 in canton, almost into the milton area and i just really hope it doesn't stretch all the way to the randolph area. accident on 24 north right at 128 cleared, residual delays in avon. look at these drive times we are up to 140 minutes, two hours 20 minutes right now at 128 northbound head from university avenue to the weston tolls. that's about an 11 minutes. you will be stuck in massive amount of traffic right now on 128. let's check with meteorologist shiri spear and we actually are seeing some low clouds which is why. >> fog that's in place, lifted
dealing with fog for a little while longer and particular -- take until 9:00 a.m. and sun sets in the 8:00 p.m. hour starting tomorrow, 7:59 and from there by the end of september we will lose nearly two and a half hours of daylight. we are losing it fast here. let's enjoy it while we can. high pressure, dry conditions today, yes, we got the little bit of fog but only with us for another hour and there you can see going to mix out, temperature also zipping out because of the sun and upper 70s at lunchtime at the beaches, inland towns and cities getting into the 80s by lunch and then for the afternoon this is the evening commute at 5:00 p.m. and future cast really highlighting a very bright day, just a couple scattered clouds mixing in and overall expecting a lot of sunshine, going to be
time in the car and some of the hot spots like the merrimack valley with billerica with 84?, lowell at 85, mid-80s in methuen, lawrence, haverhill, all the way over to nashua, new hampshire, the closer you get to the coast the cooler it is going to be. still got boston close to 80? this afternoon and same in plymouth with 77 and cape today running mid to upper 70s and inland towns and cities and playing at fenway park this evening and 7:00 p.m. and 75?, slowly sink back to the 60s. i still think it is going to be short sleeves weather from start
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>> elizabeth: battery status on electronic device could threaten privacy online. most internet users most targeted based on what website they visit and battery level on phones and lab tops may be giving away personal information. princeton university researchers crawled the top 1 million websites and found a small number are now battery. can't say for sure what the data is being used for but the more businesses know about you online the more they can try to target ads and products directly to you. >> elizabeth: new samsung smartphone uses eyes to unlock the device. galaxy note seven will come with iris scanner matches patterns in eyes and phone will also have a stronger glass screen which will be helpful for me because keep
capability to connect to virtual reality headset and august 19 and get goes on sale for $879. >> gene: instagram using new feature. yesterday was debut of instagram stories. similar feature to snapchat stories. programs allow users to string together a number of pictures of videos they have taken over the last 24 hours. instagram is owned by facebook which tried to purchase snapchat two years ago and not a >> elizabeth: i don't know how to use snapchat. i like to stick to utwit face, youtube, twitter and facebook. >> gene: thought you were insulting me.
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one of the robberies reported to have been happening. >> elizabeth: boston first medical marijuana dispensary from opening doors. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: reporters covering all the big stories to get you ready for the big morning, everybody, appreciate you being with us on wednesday morning, august 3rd, i'm gene >> elizabeth: fog trying to clear out there and return of the sunshine. >> shiri: nice clear skies and norwood and not dense fog any more, thinning out, give it 30 minutes, give it hour, nice bright skies and half hour ago
and couple degrees cooler in norwood and 62 and 56 in keene. no, it is not raining in norwood, a little bit misty where we have the lingering fog. boston how about the sun at 10:00 a.m., 73. it is upper 70s in boston. but i do have a lot of 80s on map and step away from the coastline. cooler with highs close to 80? high temperature for today and see how much hotter it gets by the end of the week. send you right over to julie grauert with live drive time
>> julie: delays stretching back to 95 where we have another new accident that's going to add to the congestion. here is live virtual look and bumper-to-bumper and not going anywhere. live drive times again, avoid 128 northbound from university avenue to the weston tolls. back to you. >> thank you, julie, got update now to breaking news we have been following since 5:00-hour. we have learned emirates airlines flight that crash landed in dubai.
fox25 catherine parrotta at the scene and talked to witnesses about last night's robbery. it was scary, catherine. >> catherine: one of the clerks had to be taken to the hospital because so shaken up about what happened and one of the locations where one of the robberies taken place, 129 liquors and get more information from police at this time and working on that and here is what we k around 9:00 last night and again, it was for report of armed robbery at 129 liquors which is located on salem road in billerica. police on scene with dogs trying to find the suspect. this morning we spoke with man that lives across the street. he says it was 8:30 last night when noticed tall, thin young man over to black sedan parked outside his home and that man took off and really struck resident but wasn't entirely
robbery. >> not the first time. it is not a busy road. i didn't inis anything. i was in the house then and didn't notice any police or anything. >> catherine: around the same time call about a similar robbery happening at convenience store on boston road and 3 miles away and according to the lowell sun no one was injured in either incident, but one clerk did need to go to the hospital because shaken up suspect described man with gray shirt and large knife and communities interacting with law enforcement and police officers across the community in billerica at the time the incidents reported to have been taking place. we are going to be checking in with police later on this morning and hear more from the resident next half hour. live in billerica, fox25 news. >> gene: donald trump
response's to the gift was insulting to everyone that served in the military. >> daniel: donald trump to donald trump keeps coming in waves and veteran offer to give trump his purple heart. parents of muslim-american soldier killed in combat y his purple heart. >> i wanted to get purple heart. >> daniel: it put out a statement saying the purple heart is america's oldest decoration and created by george washington in 1782 and nobody tries to get one and democratic
tweeted the picture of herself at donald trump saying, quote, this is how one usually looks when you're awarded the purple heart. some republicans are fed up. richard hanna gop new york congressman wrote an op ed while i disagree with her on many issue, i will vote for mrs. clinton. clinton supporter president obama weighed in calling on republicans to dump trump. >> i think repli unfit to serve as president. >> daniel: trump may be one abandoned his party. interview with washington post he refused to endorse john mccain and house speaker paul ryan in primary fights. but the crowds at trump rallies don't mind fractures. supporters still cheer even when the candidate kicks out crying babies. >> don't worry about the baby. i love babies.
actually i was kidding. you can get the baby out of here. >> gene: cross hairs of donald trump and criticized khan family and questioned if ayotte should even be in office and claims that new hampshire voters like him more than they like her. she is seeking re-election this fall in tweet yesterday afternoon she shot back at trump saying she calls it like she sees it and will always stand up for military in the school room this morning, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> elizabeth: meantime hillary clinton taking campaign to colorado. she will attend a pricy fundraisers in aspen and cost between ten and $50,000. more fallout for the dnc. e-mail system was breached. the ceo, communications director and chief financial officer have all left. week ago wikileaks posted 20,000
officials showing favoritism toward clinton in primary campaign against vermont senator bernie sanders. >> 8:08 this morning, this afternoon boston boy that drowned at carson beach. last night family members and friends released balloons in memory of kaiser willis. he died 1 week ago after walking away from day camp at l street bath house in southie. at a vigil for kaiser, uncle told us the family is overwhelmed by the support received. >> didn't for him. >> will take place tomorrow at morningstar baptist church in mattapan. >> elizabeth: michael, you spoke with the ceo who owns the business.
marijuana dispensary here in boston and give tour as i tell you some of the interview that we just had with them. this is basically the front entrance here. outside you can't tell what is inside the actual building on milk street but once you come in there's a set of security cards and checked not once, twice, before and waiting area and another set of secured doors into the dispensary its there showing it all morning, looks half medical office and retail store, very different from what many people might expect when they come out here
opens the doors and different stereotypes when it comes to medical marijuana. one of the ceo's mentioned types of patients that patriot care might serve. >> trying to deal with hundreds of seizures having everyday to the mother of four that is going through having some pretty radical surgeries. >> michael: couple other points we talked about with the officials. obviously there's a ballot question coming up in november regarding legality of recreational marijuana use in the commonwealth of massachusetts and they pledge this facility here in boston is for medical use and no matter what happens in november will remain only for medical use. we also talked about the security issue that come up
actually deliver medical marijuana and talk about that and place interview in the next report coming up in 30 minutes. for now live in boston, michael henrich, fox25 news gloucester accident. >> julie: accident 128 northbound and drive time drop below triple digits and just about hour and 40 minutes, so slight hours 40 minutes that we were seeing about half hour ago. shiri? >> shiri: other item that's improving, foggy situation. 68? in boston with a little bit of cloud cover still lingering and you know what, it is all sunshine from this point forward. 9:00 a.m. 70, 72 back on the map by 10:00 this morning. i will show you what time we are back up to 80. >> elizabeth: social media post that sparks a complete safety investigation at zoo.
>> jessica: happened 12 hours and investigation still very fresh. police still looking into exactly what happened here and not clear at this point fithose dogs were on lea people there the whole thing was just terrifying to watch. cell phone video moments after a terrifying pitbull attack in salem. you can see the victim on the ground with neighbor holding her. >> pretty bad and had to hold and arm was ripped open. >> went out to help the woman. >> her and dogs and ran down and on the ground and her hand was
>> jessica: neighbors say she was taking lab for walk on ober street when two pitbulls charged at them. >> heard from house and woman screaming and dogs barking. >> jessica: other neighbors told the crews one of the pitbulls attacked a lab while other attacked owner. police say the owner has severe injuries to her hand and rushed to the hospital. police did tell the crews last night that no charges have been filed against the owner of those two dogs. again, we are gointo soon as the public information officer gets in here in salem this morning. as soon as we learn more we will pass it right along to you here on the fox25 morning news. live in salem, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: woman in baltimore held police at bay for hours and shared video of the standoff on instagram.
>> gene: police say gainsad 12 gauge shotgun and pointed that at him before police opened fire and both gains and officers fired sever shots before she was killed. her five-year-old son was also hurt in the shootout. gene: two employees escaped to back office as customers hit the floor and robber fires several shots i the office trying to get the door open. he fails and then the men run out of the store. they are still on the loose. no one was hurt. >> elizabeth: ten square miles sprayed with insecticides and 15 people came down with zika virus. stopping the spread will not be easy. cdc says insecticides not
mosquitos may be immuned to it. now that zika is here doesn't have enough resources to stop the virus. massachusetts congressman stephen lynch urging lawmaker to come back with recess to vote on emergency funding to fight the virus. blocked funding bill for zika for the session and isn't expected to return to washington until next month. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone. update to 128 northbound. we have had two lanes blocked highland avenue for the last 45 minutes and sent drive times soaring. delays still stretching past route 1a, past 95, throw canton almost into the milton area and 128. we are not up in the triple digits any more but -- so there's improvement, i would still say avoid 128 northbound if you can. north of town nothing nearly as problematic as what we are seeing on 128. expressway typical heavy stomach northbound.
minutes on the expressway, but i'm loving this. we have now dipped below an hour and a half on 128 north, so that's a little bit improvement but we will take it, shiri, especially since dealing with drive times closer to two and a half hours. >> shiri: trend we like as well and temperatures last couple days, below average and getting back on track with normal temperatures and 81?, 86 on thursday, how about 90 on friday. but slowly you're humidity begins to sneak up late week and weekend as well. going to get sticky around here. 68 right now in boston, 66 in lawrence, 63 in norwood. that's somewhere i have been watching closely because it is the last spot to see the lingering fog. it is in the process of lifting. don't worry, i suspect next hour you're hourly weather report is going to come in much, much brighter at 10:00 a.m. 74?. noon time 78. we got highs in the lower 80s here today.
warm, especially away from the coastline, even the coastline itself, couple degrees cooler but we are still talking warmest weather that we have had in about five days. high pressure is keeping us dry today. also limiting the cloud cover. so next couple days with high so close by, only going to see a few clouds mixing in from time to time each day. sun skies tomorrow, head into northern new england to find any kind of storms now future cast hiding friday and pumping up heat and humidity and find oppressive in very, very sticky here once we hit about saturday. so 80? today in boston and beverly. 84 in lowell. 83 in framingham. 85 in fitchburg. mid-80s up to mildford and nashua, new hampshire, and 82 in worcester. 82 brockton, down to bridgewater and lower 80s, winds coming in off the water and going to cool down the beaches and marshfield at 77 and upper 70s out across
martha's vineyard, nantucket middle 70s today, 60 overnight in boston, fresh feel to the air again, so yes, you can sleep with the windows open without having to worry about it turning too muggy in your room and then by tomorrow we got temperatures working their way into the upper 80s inland. i told you everyday it is getting warmer. friday morning zip tripping norwood and 64? at 6:00 a.m. by 10:00 a.m. working way into the upper 70s. going to be bright, going to be warm, high sunny skies. saturday is day that we are going to be tracking some thunderstorms, 86?. and then humidity and heat breaks on sunday with normal high of 82 and we will keep it in the low to mid-80s early next week. back to you. >> gene: 8:21. 1,000 animals living in squalor and days before animal are removed from the property and given a safe place to stay.
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comparing herself to volleyball team. posted on instagram and captioned when you're 5'2". #shortpeopleproblems. >> elizabeth: we could recreate this. >> julie: i have begin afternoon with six women soccer matches but in americans who bring home a medal from brazil going to surprise from uncle sam. the prize money that comes with the medals considered income earned abroad by the i.r.s. and athletes have to pay taxes on it. u.s. september make the money tax-free and house not voted on the measure and bill won't come up again until the games are
friday night. >> elizabeth: pictures of child trip to the zoo sparking scandal in ireland. see the boy standing inside the rhino habitat at the dublin zoo. just on the other side of the fence. one picture a man is holding his hand. i mean how crazy is this? remind me when michael jackson held his baby outside the won't. women from poland posted the other and says the boy was over zoo is now investigating. >> after all the news. >> julie: not a good idea. talk to shiri with look at forecast. >> shiri: great looking beach forecast, 76 in dennis, 75 in provincetown today, mid-70s marblehead to gloucester, but near 80 in salisbury beach and hampton beach and how much hotter it gets at the end of the week coming up.
complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> elizabeth: really starting to clear out out there. expecting a sunny day ahead. >> gene: which is good. we want to get back to summer and summer still hanging around, reached august here so clock is ticking. >> shiri: we want like august instead of fall. 68? in boston and next hour, you know what, we will be talking 70s on the map. already in 70s in hyannis and 62 and 61?, but you can see visibility getting better, never really an issue for cape and islands, but still got fog out around taunton and norwood as well. boston looking good. we actually have seen a lot of those clouds lift there. light fog in bedford but keene, new hampshire, congratulations, calling out of the fog there,
actually had clear conditions being reported. so right now 68?, we are warming up, friends. 78? here by noon time with sunshine, afternoon highs will generally run in 80s and a little bit cooler at coastline, so range of highs from 78 to 84?. town by town look is coming up. julie grauert up now with live drive time traffic and improve >> julie: waiting for dot to clear out and make it safe. the accident itself has been cleared and now dot on the scene making sure that that glass is out of the way as well. however, as you can see on map, those delays still stretching through dedham, canton, back to 95. earlier accident on 95 right at 128, also creating backlog all
and improvement, down to hour and 20 minutes on 128 northbound, i would still avoid it if you can, but you will not be stuck in two and a half hour commute like you were an hour ago. >> gene: police trying to track down man that may be part of similar robberies. >> elizabeth: one of the stores that was robbed there, catherine. >> catherine: 129 liquors, reported armed robberies and incidents this morning, here is what we know right now, call started coming in and one that was reported here at 129 liquors, on salem road in billerica. police on scene with dogs trying to find the suspect. this morning we spoke with man that lives across the street, around 8:30 last night when
outside his home and that man took off. that struck this resident. >> he was running and cars do park there and just walk talk or of what and got in the car and i looked again and i saw him sped up and found he did that. >> catherine: there was a call about a similar robbery convenience store boston road and two locations about 3 miles apart. but clerk did need to go to the hospital because she was shaken up. suspect described as white man in gray sweatshirt with a large knife and timing of all of this is interesting. yesterday national night out, so chance for community to interact as members of law enforcement and lots of police officers out and about across billerica and reported armed robberies set to take place around 9:00 or so and back in touch with the police department a little bit later on this morning to see if we can
for now live in billerica, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> elizabeth: salem man behind bars after admitting to strangling his estranged wife. douglas steeves was in court yesterday morning. police say he walked into the station and told them he had killed his wife carmella. also learned he has a long history of violence. in 1994 he was charged with domestic assault and battery after his wife said he tried to kill her and last year she filed for divorce and in may filed restraining order. >> not his behavior at all. complete shock. everybody complete shock. this is not normal behavior for him at all. >> although carmella sanders taken out restraining order against douglas steeves in may telling the court his friend threatened -- he threatened to kill her. >> elizabeth: prosecutors say
for pulling them over in reference to police shootings across the coroner. salem officers also said they are listen to police scanners on app during traffic stop. >> gene: >> gene: owner of boston cab appeared in for court yesterday and agreed to pay more than $2 million in fines and penalties. his companies own taxi medallions in the city. >> gene: nikhil patel appeared in court yesterday, charged with inappropriately touching 35-year-old woman while working on her teeth. the patient told police the dentist touched her breast four times. judge ordered patel to stay away from the woman until the case is over. >> elizabeth: first medical marijuana dispensary in boston and before the public gets
peek. michael henrich is inside and spoke with the dispenseary. >> michael: welcomed us inside giving us early peek and dispensary opened up at 1:00 this afternoon. let me take you on rest of the tour here. last report about half hour ago i was over in the waiting room. now we are in the main sales area where the actual dispensing takes place, if you will. they have different stands like this here have the medical marijuana cards can come in after going through security and having their cards checked and everything like that, they come here, meet one-on-one with the associates who work here at patriot care on milk street and they will be able to walk away with the medical marijuana that they require. also last report you heard the ceo talk about the different patients who come here and different medical needs they have. some folks acknowledges do have certain -- i asked specifically
marijuana and he gave those passionate example of folks that do use this for the right purposes and that's who they cater to. security also a concern you heard from police commissioner evans earlier in the day about deliveries. one thing to clarify is to the deliveries, even though administered by the facility, won't aloaf from this facility, and one of the organizers addressed the concern. >> facility designed with comfort and security many mind, so want the patients to come here and feel comfortable and very safe when they come into the facility. >> michael: go over facts and figures, first medical marijuana dispensary in boston. it is seventh in the commonwealth and looks maybe a little bit different than what you expected, looks kind of like a medical office. this particular location was a bank, so it does have a little bit of former bank feel, and as far as the location is concerned, ribbon cutting
doors open at 1:00. more than 200 people have all been preregistered to get their medical marijuana here in boston. we will continue to cover throughout the morning and about to go on facebook live where you can ask questions of one of the ceo's, so log on to facebook page and check that out. >> gene: members of local drug ring accused of hiding everything from kitchen appliances to socks. raid on hancock street in chelsea. they seized more than 2 pounds of drugs and $10,000 in cash and these pictures you could see money hidden in clothes and drugs stuffed into a blender and coffee machine. >> try to hide things. >> gene: all seven suspects
days for 1,000 animals to be removed from westport tenant farm in center of animal cruelty case. long process started yesterday. westport police found hundreds of animals dead, dying and in deplorable conditions on 71-acre property owned by richard medeerose who rented it out. >> takes weeks if not >> largest cruelty cases in the history of the region. tells fox25 each of the more than 1,000 animals is own case file and more than 20 renters involved in addition to the owner. >> commuter rail riders can expect weekend closures as mbta embarks on new federal safety project. starting next spring crews will begin working on 459 million-dollar mandate which requires all lines to include control systems that keep trains from colliding into one another at high speeds.
installation work on two lines at the time -- two lines at the time rather beginning on southern section of the system. that will start next april. >> gene: layoffs may be looming at mbta as well. cutting 150 jobs, already after 260 employees took buyouts. but the "t" say layoffs may still be necessary as it faces potential 110 million-dollar budget defici donnelly had brain tumor removed and now resting comfortably. told you monday night donnelly had been rushed to mass general and overwhelmed with love and support they have received. >> julie: getting better for those that use 128 northbound and to right around an hour, significant and drastic
shiri? >> shiri: 68 in boston and warm-up underway and blue skies up above and looks fantastic and planning on golfing today, tee time at 10:00 a.m. and 78? early this afternoon we are back into the 80s. >> gene: vet kicked out of the home he has owned for decades. why thieves stole his h >> elizabeth: made pass online and he was rejected. cost him date and cost him a job. >> gene: trending right now. top story of the morning is
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>> gene: daniel miller has more on message that cost man new job. >> daniel: employment attorney every right to pass on job after seeing comments. not using this woman's name because she fears the man she rejected on dating site may seek revenge after message cost him a job opportunity. when she rejected the advances her reply stated not great way to speak to women. i will pass but it was the man's response that cost him the future job. his reply threatened sexual assault. one of the people that saw the message after the woman posted it on facebook had just viewed the man's application for tech company job. fox25 talked with the employer samantha who told the man he is out of the job.
talking about it and realize they can't stay anonymous. >> daniel: oliver shared the information, responses in defending the man, one man responded, quote, we all snap from time to time, online dating is very hard for men. there were even threats to sue. employment attorney we talked to says not only was the -- this perfectly legal, it is reminder to think before you post anything that could come back haunt you. in the control room this morning, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> elizabeth: local auto shop worker accused of taking inappropriate pictures. he was standing below woman in pit area at the time. the victim says she looked down and saw the phone pointed up at her.
that would bar sex offenders from playing augmented reality games and that includes pokemongo. he says preventing predators from using app will safeguard others to play and on parole. >> daniel: >> gene: creating backlog of repairs because ofhe honda recommends customers with recalled vehicles contact the honda dealer as soon as possible. company is offering free rental cars even for extended periods if the customers for right now feel unsafe in cars they currently own. >> gene: family of star trek actor whose vehicle rolled over is suing the carmaker. he died earlier this summer when
the parents filed a wrongful death suit. the lawyer for parents say that the actor's car had defective transmission shift that caused it to role. the company issued a recall for the car months before that wreck. >> julie: good morning, everyone. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. taking look at maps finally, accident on 128 northbound at hiave in needham cleared. still seeing massive residual delays. ma compared to the drive times we saw earlier. accident on 128 so now we are seeing delays stretch almost back to route 1 in the sharon
46 minutes on expressway right now, 31 minutes which is much longer than usual on 95 in that small section i pointed out. shiri, hell that the dog finally better look at what's going on. >> shiri: average high 81?. guess who's normal today? we are. that is the last 8:00 p.m. sunset of whole summer. tomorrow it will go down to 7:59 so let's soak up the sun where we can. losing daylight at rate of about two hours and 15 minutes per day. high pressure means sunshine today. it also means we are going to stay nice and dry and what find if future cast hit noon time. got a lot of upper 70s at coastline and starting to see pops of 80s inland. we are going to see a little bit
so that 5:00 p.m. drive home from work, i got 78 in boston, but 80 in bedford. 80 in worcester. cool spot today does end up being the cape and islands but at that it is still going to be mid to upper 70s, still going to look good, still going to feel good today, high temperatures want to break down some of the hot spots likely coming out of the merrimack valley. got middle 80s today in billerica, lowell, methuen, haverhill, lawrence, over to nashua, new hampshire. closer to the coast like i mentioned, couple degrees cooler. i hyannis and vineyard, but 85 in fitchburg, 82 in worcester and 84 in manchester, new hampshire. james taylor playing at fenway park tonight and i got 7:00 p.m. temp around 75. slowly we are going to dip into the upper 60s by the end of the concert and short sleeves is going to do you just fine. overnight lows end up hitting about 60 in boston, a lot more 50s on the map by the time you wake up in the suburbs, so early
jacket, but only for one or two hours because tomorrow is even warmer with highs in the mid to upper 80s and if you're looking for the 90s you don't have to look too far, friday comes along at 90?, sun and scattered clouds, chance for thunderstorms here on saturday along cold front, so up ahead of that we are muggy and warm at 86 on saturday humidity drops on sunday to 82?. going to feel fantastic and low and mid-80s with sun continues monday into tuesday. back to you. >> elizabeth: creator of betty crocker home on sale.
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and plans to provide update. stay tuned on that. last night's game. about the bench and major league debut last night and watched the red sox jump out to early lead. hanley before he fell had solo run two-zero. sox up four-zero. the wheels came off the wagon in eighth. four-two. david price four straight hits and robinson kinue fernando deep to right way over, way out, three-run homer and s five-four. chance at the plate and strikes out looking in just second big league at bat. there goes your ball game as mariners beat red sox five-four. >> elizabeth: 87-year-old man may be forced from home because of cruel case. man came to his house in montana and said the property had been foreclosed upon and sold at auction. apparently someone used his identity to take out new
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