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break ground. how the big conglomerate started to end the hurdle. and chaos inside a plane on fire. the rush to get off, and questions for about what caused that plane to go up in flames. >> announcer: complete new england coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us on the fox25 station on this thursday morning. it is august 4. i am gene lavanchy. >> catherine: i am catherine parrotta in today for sara. a comfortable, cool start to the day. refreshing. and meteorologist shiri spear says be ready for a rapid warm-up. she is in the storm tracker center with what time he hit the 80s. >> shiri: we slept with the window open because it was so flesh. before you go to work, close those windows because stifling. 65 in. comfortable in boston and lawrence and fitchburg.
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some of those coolest spots this morning are the spots dawning that fog. so looking okay over the cape and islands. looking okay. and fog in taunton. dense fog in norwood and more fog in keene, new hampshire. not the extent of the fog we had yesterday and still a little bit out there. 7 a.m., 73 degrees. i will keep things nice and bright in metro west in the greater post area. 11 a.m., 83. we are headed into the middle 80s cities and our range of high goes anywhere from the lower 80s at the coastline to upper 80s inland. a few foggy spots will last through 8 a.m. and then sunny, comfy and warm. julie grauert is up with live drive time traffic. good morning. >> julie: shiri, good morning. love to report on these conditions nice and light. 93 south fine. south of the pike expressway moving at a speed limit. live drive times.
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nine minutes from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. 23 minutes on 93 south. 10 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. back to you. happening this morning, animal workers are going back to the house with a cat problem. >> catherine: several have already been removed and crews are expected to be there several more days clearing out the animal. jessica reyes is live. crews are so concerned about the condition in the who us they are wear hazmat suits. >> the conditions inside w health condemned it late last night. you can see the house across from us on school street. crews were here for much of the day yesterday. they removed several live and dead cats from here. but this morning they will be back here to track a dozen or so more that might be inside. smca workers had to wear these head to to e hazmat suits just to go inside the house.
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two adult sisters live inside the house and this is not the first time this has happened. more than 100 cats were taken from the hope a few years ago but the problems started back up recently. >> if it was a warmer day, could you smell it worse. winter to beiously when the windows were closed. people were still smelling odors. it was very strong. >> reporter: neighbors tell us they were trying to get help for the women and the animals circumstance lathed a petition around the neighborhood asking for help from the board of health and mental health services for the sister. taking another live look at the house here this morning. to far the sisters that live here have not been charged, but we understand that could potentially change based on the evaluations -- the health evaluations of these cats once they are done by the mspca. in just an hour, we will be hearing from some the mspca workers inside the house.
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new this morning the owner of two dogs who viciously attacked a woman in salem now under arrest. police have charged henry hernandez with assault and battery in the city. you can see his two pit bulls after tuesday night's attack. last night the victim spoke exclusively to fox25 and tells us the animals rushed when walking her own dog. one of the pit bulls grabbed her left hand in its mouth and would not let go. >> i screamed. i am scream get him off." >> gene: her hand is badly hurt and she is in a lot of pain and her other dog kirk is unable to walk right now. milestone for wynn casino. groundbreaking for the $2 billion resort and a process five years in the making. fox25's michael henrich is live in everett where the heavy equipment already rolling in. michael? >> reporter: indeed, if you look behind me, several cranes
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them here. the process leading up to the approval and the approval of the construction which officially begins today on the wynn boston harbor resort. wyn n says the $2.1 billion project will employ union workers. as they develop this 32-acre property over the next few years. if you were not familiar, somerville challenged the casino for quite some stopped its appeals after the department of environmental protection sided with wynn and granted a chapter 91 license. various communities addressed concerns of traffic during the planning stage and those issues have been resolved as well. when boston harbor president aid in a statement after three years one of the most federal licensing and requiremental review processes in the history of massachusetts, wy n n harbor massachusetts has its
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discussion. the groundbreaking ceremony starts at 1:00 with an eye of opening up the new casino in 2019. live in everett, michael henrich. the boston boy who drowned at a city-run day camp will be laid to rest. the funeral for kazr willis will be held today. the 7-year-old wandered away unnotice and later found his bodies off the water of carson beach. kazr's death had new rules in camp. the baby sitter that kidnapped a 2-year-old girl and left her naked on the side of the road will face prison time. a salem prison judge said will likely sentence 22-year-old abigail hanna to prison time at the higher end of the sentencing guidelines. could face seven and a half years. the judge wants to hear from the parents of the little girl first before makes that decision. in december that little girl was found naked on the side of the road with her head shaved.
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rob a store at the walpole store. officers at the game stop there just before 10:00. the suspect grabbed a large amount of cash and ran away and was seen heading up route 1 toward union street. a woman hit by a car in lowell remains in critical condition this morning. the victim and her husband were both struck while crossing branch feet around 7:00 last night. she has a serious head injury. he was treated at a local hospital and released, but the source tells uththe by solar glare. so far no charges have been filed. boston residents will have a chance to give their opinion on the city's plans to put body cameras on officers. city council is holding a hearing at the mildred community center. the police department wants to provide 100 cameras to officers for a six-month trial. last month the department said they reached an agreement with the police union to start a pilot program. boston is one of the largest departments in the country that don't use the cameras. in the race for the white
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show that hillary clinton is maintaining a post convention boost. the fox news poll have clinton leading trump by double digits. 49% to 39%. despite the lead over trump, 61% of voters still think clinton is dishonest but the majority think clinton is qualified to be president and more than half of voters think trump is not. trump will be campaigning in portland, maine. hold a town mall meeting. hitting the trail with the cash wind. raised its 8 million in july. and raising contributions to 69%. clinton campaign said they brought in $90 million in the month of july. governor mike pence has endorsed house speaker paul ryan. trump supports his decision to unify the party. on tuesday trump refused to endorse ryan and former presidential nominee john mccain, the arizona senator, in their gop primaries.
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her plan to create millions of jobs. >> and here is what we are going to do. we will have the biggest infrastructure investment program since world war ii. >> catherine: proposed sending $275 billion of infrastructure over five years. earlier this week, trump said we spend at least twice as much as part of his stimulus plan. according to a recent poll, leads donald trump by 8 points in colorado. now 5:9. officials in london say the had mental health issues, but they are still investigating any possible ties to terror groups. a woman in her 60s was killed in the attack. three of the people who were hurt were released from the hospital overnight. the attack happened at around 10:30 in the russell square neighborhood. percent used a taser to stop the teen and he is under armed guard at a local hospital. we track traffic and weather together for you every ten minutes. good morning, everyone. 93 south nice easy commute.
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zakim. shiri. >> shiri: temperatures in the 50s and 60s. mostly clear. a couple of towns reporting fog. the drive home from work will be stuny and hot. temperatures up to the 80s. i will time out that warm-up next. 5:10. a scare on the roadway ends with a disaster for one local woman. a pole slams through they are windshield inches from her face. how she doesn't remember anything that led up to the crash. good news at a local zoo. how a restaurant helped her get back on her feet.
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now 5:13. investigators in dubai are looking to see if weather or mechanical problems caused a crash at the city's airport. this if we are getting a look at the chaos on board the
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>> daniel: gene, new video on twitter show how people were trying to grab their bags as flight attendants were trying to get people off the plane. >> leave the bags. >> daniel: passengers and flight attendants are shouting for people to leave their bags behind and jump down the slide as smoke starts to fill the cabin of the emirates airplane. the plane crashed on the runway before bursting into flames. the plane's landing gear was not runway. one fire fighter was killed battling the fire and all 300 people on board including six americans were able to get off the plane safely. questions are now surfacing about whether or not the pilot forget to put the landing gear down. air traffic controllers apparently told the pilot to abort the landing before it crashed. dubai airport is the third busiest of the world and the runway was closed for eight hours because of the crash and investigation. daniel miller, fox25 news.
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police officer in the united states is charged with helping isis. the fbi arrested nicholas young, a washington d.c. transit police officer yesterday. investigators say he was in contact with several undercover agents. and sent money several times thinking it was going to isis. young fit the lone wolf profile. >> he was a loner. you get that creepy vibe off of him. >> catherine: according to on young. police interviewed him after one of his friends pled guilty to supporting a foreign terrorist organization. good thursday morning, everyone. looking at your roads, things are nice and light. don't expect them to slow down until closer to 6:30; however, until then and if anything changes, i will let you know. things looked -- looking good on the expressway. northbound and southbound moving along fine. north of the bike route 1 and
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whatever reason the heaviest day of traffic. if you were getting ready to head out the door. i would leave a few minutes early. pike moving along fine at a speed limit rye. like i mentioned 6:3 to magic bewitching time when things really start to slow down. a live look at the zakim bridge. a lot of space between those cars you make your way to the zakim and the leverett connector. 3 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 9 minutes on the expressway. average 20 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now, and we talked about fog. we awesome fog yesterday morning, and we are keeping an eye continue to again today. >> shiri: at least see the zakim from your graphics. yesterday all fogged in. only a couple of foggy spots not as extensive as yesterday and really the usual spots that get it, our usual suspects, and will last until 7 or 8 a.m. sunshine ruling today or
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in your saturday forecast and we will take the rain that we need. i get an update to the drought monitor that comes in on thursdays around 8:30 in the morning. i will bring that to you and let you know severe or moderate drought has indeed gotten worse and expanded but 65 degrees in boston. 63 now in lawrence. 62 in worcester. 51 in norwood. let's check out plymouth at 56 degrees. and starting out fog-free here. it looks good and feels so fresh with a drop in the plymouth. lower 70s by 9 a.m. once we hit 11 a.m. in the upper 60s. and up to 80 degrees. we will find a lot of lower 80s. even upper 70s at the coastline. inland towns and cities that will be my hot spot. futurecast will roll right along. farce this goes, this is 5 p.m. today. high pressure pumping the sunshine. a few clouds mixing in between today and tomorrow. tomorrow the change is -- we get some slightly warmer air
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and not until saturday that this front is on the approach up ahead of it when you wake up on saturday morning, we could see an isolated shower or two. at 7 a.m., it is going to be warm and humid. once we hit the middle of the day, late morning through afternoon is when we have that best chance of some storms ahead and along that cold front. it will shift to the south teacher into the afternoon. by 5 p.m. lingers storms o massachusetts. they clear out during the evening hour and the bulk of saturday, you do need to be ready for the hit or miss-style showers. not necessarily going to be everybody getting a drenching here. this afternoon, 2, boston. 83, beverly. 83, plymouth. upper 80s inland and temperatures will be a lot like what you woke up to this morning again tomorrow morning. 64 in boston. 50s in the suburbs. zip tripping out to norwood. hope to see you there. 56 degrees at 6 a.m.
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by 8 a.m. and all about the sunshine at 66. we head up another 10 degrees by 10 a.m. really warm and bright and look at these temperatures. 86 tomorrow in beverly and boston. 82 in plymouth. but we got some pops of 90s further inland. the exception to the rule going to be the cape and islands where you have 70s both today and tomorrow. this is the latest update that just came out at 5 a.m. from the national hurricane center. hurricane earl now inland in b i expect it to drop to a tropical storm with 2 miles per hour. it is the beginning which is good news for them there. winds are weakening and rain will not let up. up to a foot of rain is expected across belize, guatemala and mexico. the pack take it over to the bay of campeche and this is one to watch but not for us locally just on an international route. locally, we are getting warm. 89 if not 90 tomorrow. 86 and muggy on eight with
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see if we can he can panned sunday here. because sunday my pick of the weekend at 82. it is going to be warm. it is going to be bright. but -- there we go. but those are normal temperatures for this time of the year. we go from 87 saturday in boston with thunderstorms to 83 on sunday. you are going to find temperatures struggling to even get up to 80 in worcester where it is going to be fresh. it is going to be bright at 77 degrees. 84 in plymouth and beverly. 78 in chatham and 82 in nashua, new hampshire. we will start off the next workweek on a similar note in the 80s and lots of sunshine. back to you. 5:2. a closer look at the racial problems plaguing a local cool. the dozens of cases reported to school leaders in a newly released report. a couple of local guv girls break the internet with a bald photo. they come clean of how they fooled so many people. and we are counting down our next zip trip and it is
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be exact. and actually, what, 24 -- 23 hours and 40 minutes. whatever. we are going to be on our way tomorrow -- i am not real strong at the math tough there, catherine. come on down. at the common in norwood right in the center of town there. i will be there. shiri will be there. michele lazcano. a couple of other fox25 surprises. a lot of fun if you come on down. interactive stuff for to you do. if you are curious about other
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5:24. a restaurant helps a star attraction at a local zoo get back on her feet. the button wood park in bedford said elephant getting better from bread from not your average joes. ruth did not eat. she had a life threatening stomach problem. that changed when the staff gave her leftover bread. the restaurant donated more bread and vets put medicine into it so ruth could get help here and now looks like she is on her road to recovery which is really nice. >> catherine: that is a good thing. we hear that curiosity killed the cat and that wasn't the case with this story but a
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woman her car. a florida woman adopted her -- the kitten crawled up inside the dash console of its owner's car ant wouldn't come out. she tried luring him out with food and water and after 20 hours, she posted on facebook asking for suggestions what to do. mechanics saw the post, brought over some tools. they ended up having to take apart the dashboard to get that kitten out. the kitten wasn't hurt. the car was destroyed. the kitten's owner said she would do it all over again to save monty's life. >> julie: cats can wiggle their way into anywhere. into a car. two local sisters are getting some attention for a hoax about hair. this is 12-year-old kelsey connor from brockton. her sister kayla tweeted out this photo of her sister. my sister thought nair was shampoo. the photo had instant internet success with people like ryan seacrest retweeting it. karen made the balding photo
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an app. app do anything. a dirty trick though. >> catherine: fortunately nobody experienced that. that would be scary, shiri. >> shiri: did nair even work? i didn't know that was sold until like the 90s. once rehit saturday, looking out for storms. a couple drive days zip tripping to no arewood. mid-60s at 6 a.m. and mid-70s at 10 a.m. and help in the money raised to help victims of that fire. a 60-year-old driver
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we have a little bit of chill out this morning. >> yesterday was kind of refreshing, a nice start to the day. rest assured that shiri is tracking a warm-up for this afternoon, shiri. >> shiri: probably the first day in many that you had a grab that light jacket to start things off. starting off kind of cool. the fog is not as extensive and a little fog in norwood, keene, new hampshire. there are still those normal pots. those fog-prone locations dealing with just a morning and norwood all the way down to 51 degrees. 62 in beverly. 63 in fitchburg. 56 now in plymouth and 59 in chatham. 50s and 60s as you wake up this morning. i don't expect much of a temperature-wise by, say, 6 a.m., but 7 a.m., we should start climbing our way out of the 50s and 60s go with an even 60 degrees. noontime, 80 degrees with sunshine. mostly sunny skies continue straight through the afternoon
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7:00 this evening. the beach forecast from 76 to 82. take you beach by beach coming up in a couple of minutes and my cool spot overall. over to julie with live drive time traffic and a quiet start to the morning. >> julie: nice and quiet, shiri, as your temperatures will be increasing. drive times at 6:30, 7 a.m. no issues on route 1, 93 south. pike wide anticipate from 95. average speed 75 miles per hour as you approach the weston tolls the braintree split up to columbia road. 12 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 20 minutes on 93 south. 21 minutes on 128 south from peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. our top stories at 5:30, animal rescue crews are returning to home where dozens of cats are found living in deplorable conditions. in upton the house has been condemned. neighbor athe stench from the house was unbearable.
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that home and we are told dozens of cats removed from that home five years ago as well. and woburn, a woman had a pole go right through her windshield. she crashed and nearly hit a family in their front yard. jason is live this morning and the driver said she has no idea how this happened. >> reporter: any time a driver has a medical emergency and blacks out, it is never really a good thing. what is left of this crash from yesterday afternoon. as the sun was evidence here. the fence just completely smashed in. the safety cones and little pieces of concrete debris after the woman ran off the street in woburn and nearly crashed into a family having a barbecue. the 60-year-old driver whose name is lou sawyer. she crashed into a fence, another car in the front yard and an utility pole and nearly impaled when that piece of metal, that pole shot through her window into the back seat.
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entire family out enjoying her afternoon. >> all of a sudden we heard this tremendous boom. and look over and it happened so quick. >> was making the turn at the end of the street and she woke up and there was a pole there. >>reporter:if that was steven sawyer. the husband of lou so youier. fortunately nobody was hurt. the family that live here say if she hadn't had hit that pole could have gone careening into the pool where all the children. l u sawyer is in the hospital. they want to keep her for observation and trying to figure out what made her have that medical emergency and blackout. her husband says she doesn't remember anything. jason law, fox25 news. a new report details more than 100 allegation of race-based incidents at boston latin schools. the prestigious school has been involved in the can dal since the beginning of the year when students protested
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campus. the fallout led to the headmaster and assistant headmaster resigning. a new investigation by boston public cools found six cases where administrators failed to follow district policy. a local woman has filed a lawsuit against the boston archdiocese. she claims they looked the other way while a former teacher raped her repeatedly. the unidentified victim said she was 14 when the former marion high school coach sexually abused her in th 1970s. she was having trouble at home and the teacher offered her a place to live. the school and the boston archdiocese say they don't comment on pending legal cases. the school separated from the diocese in 2004. two braintree police officers will not face charges after they shot and killed a man armed with a knife earlier this year. the norfolk county district attorney found the officers shot robert desword to protect himself as he swung a knife within feet of them. the officers filed a bean bug
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weapon. a cape cod man arrested after a armed standoff in mashpee. patrick perkins was in court where his attorney argued for another mental health evaluation and was denied. perkins have been held without bail since he barricaded himself inside his his for seven hours. he fired at least one shot but no one was hurt. perkins said he was distraught other marital problems. a local kennel owner had his licens dog died in their care. she boarded their dog maximus. and when he went to pick them up, he was dead. the kennel owner is an animal control. said the dog died of stomach bloat, a dangerous condition that is beyond her control. the chief says a full investigation is under way. a discarded cigarette likely sparked this massive fire that swept through several homes in charles town.
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nine families did lose their homes and that fire caused $5 million in damage. one jug appears to be to blame for the majority of overdose deaths in massachusetts. the report released by the state department of public health show 66% of opioid-related overdose deaths this year was the result of fentanyl. up 57% from last year. meanwhile, heroin and other prescription drug deaths have actually been falling at the same rate that fentanyl has been increasing. fentanyl is considered 50 times more 5:36 now. and traffic troubles in a local neighborhood. coming up at 6:00, the change to the lights that forced one police department to post an instructional video of how to fly through it. a muslim woman says she was thrown out of a car for her religious vshing eil. and she recorded the whole confrontation. the simple request she is making from that store's
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good thursday morning. we track traffic and weather every ten minutes. live look at the expressway at 5:38. things moving along fine right now. northbound traffic at free port street. 11-minute commute from braintree split to the exit to the pike. meteorologist shiri spear joining us. shiri, a very different view this morning compared to the fog we dealt with yesterday. >> shiri: boston, we couldn't see the buildings in the background because of the fog. not the case today.
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separation between the dew point temperature and the air temperature right now. 65 degrees. my cooler spots that are closer to that dew point temp, that's where i have the fog this morning. beach forecast is looking fantastic. 77, dennis, provincetown and falmouth. 87 at plymouth. marblehead at 78. salisbury, 83. 83 hampton beach and middle 80s across the lakes region. how the beach forecast will undergo big good news for the red sox. hanley ramirez will miss a few games after falling down steps after tuesday night's game seattle. x-rays show no damage in his wrist. it is just sore. david ortiz getting love from the mariners. 34 pounds of fish to celebrate retirement. of course seattle is the team that originally drafted ortiz. rookie pheno m andrew
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and a hit to the right later in the game. adam lynn takes rick porcel lo deep to right. mariners win it 3-1. teams will close out series tonight. opening ceremonies are tomorrow and the summer olympics are already under way. the u.s. soccer team facing new zealand. carly lloyd scores 9 minutes noon match. 40 seconds into the second half, al inside the near post and u.s. goes on to win it by a score of 2-nil. controversial skit involving tom brady's wife is being cut from tomorrow's opening ceremony. during rehearsal, gisele bunchen took part in a skit where she and to be robbed by a child from the slums of rio. it was a misunderstanding. was going to have the boy ask
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security guards. >> gene: either one kind of bizarre. good thing they scrapped it. 5:42. checking up to date with all of our reporters after the break. a group of friends hurt while boating to martha's vineyard. another boat sent friends to the hospital without even touching them. a gruesome crime getting
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windshield. investigation on cat hoarding. jessica reyes has more on the story for us. good morning, jess. >> reporter: good morning, jean. crews are back here in upton. the house right here in is it on school street across from us. crews from the smpca rescued dozens of cats and they think there may still be more than a dozen hiding inside. the inside of the home was to filthy waste that workers only went inside dressed head to toe in these white hazmat suits. the board of health condemned the house late last night and neighbors alerted them to the house saying the smell of urine coming from it had gotten unbearable. neighbors say two adults sisters live in the home and this isn't the first time this has happened. more than 100 cats were taken from inside a couple of years ago, but the problem started back up recently. as of this morning, police tell us that these two sisters
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have not been charged for this. in just about 15 minutes, we are hearing from some of the mspca workers who went into this home and what the plan is for the cats that are in here from here on out. live in upton, jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. i am michael henrich reporting live in everett where construction officially begins on the wynn boston harbor resort casino. wynn says the project will cost $2.1 billion, and after years of reviews and objections from neighboring somerville, approval from the department of environmental protection at the end of last month and got the license in hand this week the official groundbreaking is today and the opening in 2019. learn how many jobs, union jobs, in fact, wynn says it will create with the project. for now live in everett,
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i am jason law, a woman is in the hospital after nearly being impaled by a metal pole. a home on locust street. the husband of the 60-year-old woman, the driver said she blacked out and had some kind of medical emergency and doesn't remember a thing. this crash happened around 2:00 yesterday afternoon in woburn. her family said she had some kind of medical emergency. her name is lu sawyer. she hit several things when she a fence, another car in front yard as well as a utility pole and nearly impaled when that pole shot through her window and back seat. sawyer remains in the hospital undergoing medical evaluation from doctors. doctors still working to figure out what caused her to black out and not remember anything. live in woburn this morning. jason law, fox25 news. well, torrential rains and heavy surf are hitting parts
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the storm officially made landfall last night in belize. the governor opened storm shelters and urged residents to move to higher ground. so far there are large number of trees and utility poles knocked down in that country. pretty severe stuff. >> gene: earl doing damage there. here cooler temperatures. and rain we can use. and we are still hort -- still a drought situation. >> shiri: they are picking up half of rain. i showed that to you last half hour with the brand-new 5 a.m. update and coming up in half an hour. we do need the rain. we got now up to a 7-inch rainfall deficit in boston. over seven and a half in worcester and up to 6.9 million in concord, new hampshire. we have a severe to even moderate drought that gets updated once a week and that happens 8:30 on thursday. we have a new version of this and will show you if we have
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even though we have downpours a couple of days ago, and i suspect that we could see some of the moderate or severe drought expanded slightly. 65 degrees. no rain in the forecast. 7 a.m., 67 degrees. by 89 a.m., 75. upper 70s by 11 a.m. and we will hit the lower 80s in the city itself. our weather pattern stays quiet with high pressure. and another dry one tomorrow and we get into warmer air not until saturday until our next rainmaker is going to track toward us bringing in the risk for some scattered saturday storms. futurecast today, like i said, almost all sun. you can see a couple of wisp of white pass through and a few clouds that mix in at 3 p.m. the futurecast just from start to finish showing us 99% of your day will feature clear conditions and very quiet conditions out there. warm though, 76 in chatham and barnstable.
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we will find a couple of 70s in marshfield. should hit 81 in plymouth. and boston itself, let's give you a high of 82 degrees. 85 braintree. 86 in natick. 86 in chelmsford. temperatures in the 80s from ipswich to beverly and lynn. 85 in topsfield and 87 in haverhill. lower 80s toward worcester and auburn but upper 80s in f that trend goes strong into southern new hampshire with nashua, salem and milford in the upper 80s and 83 degrees, hampton beach. you can't go to the beaches if you were looking for a little relief. i have just posted a beach forecast from my facebook page. looking for specifics. low temperatures tonight. 64, boston. 50s in the burbs. this is a rewind, repeat situation that will feel just like this morning tomorrow morning. tomorrow goes up by a couple more degree and 90s in lawrence and fitchburg and
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the seven-day forecast and always in view. we have that 89 on the map for your friday. 86 with scattered storms on saturday, and then sunday comes along at 82 degrees. and we clear on out. saturday by the way late morning through the afternoon, you do need to plan on that wet weather. send you over to julie for live drive time traffic and an update on the roads. >> julie: shiri, route 3 and south shore commuters from 228 in rockland past route 18 and to the braintree split. expressway, things starting to slow down just slightly. you can see in this live shot, volume a little bit heavier when we last checked in on this live picture about 10 minutes ago. here are your live drive times and nothing red yet on this graphic. 11 minutes on route 3. 14 minutes. and 12 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. back to you. a 23-year-old woman is seriously injured after the boat she was on nearly capsized off the coast of
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police are trying to find the operator of two large speed boats seen racing causing that woman's injuries. fox25 daniel miller tell us more on what the woman was doing at the time. >> daniel: yeah, gene, the 26-year-old was on a fishing bowl with her friend on their way to martha's vineyard when the incident started. the speed boats passed dangerously close to the small fishing boat causing a large wake nearly capsizing that boat. on the fishing one of lauren's roommates named sara suffered a serious injury to her spine as you can see here. she had to be flown to her hospital by helicopter. sara spoke by phone with fox25. >> definitely excruciating but also i think my body was in shock. at first i tried not to move. >> daniel: under the law, boaters are liable for any damage their wake may cause. we have more information on this speed boat and a number
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identify the operators on our web site, in the newsroom in morning, daniel miller, fox25 news. 5:53 now. president obama moved up the release date of 200 federal prisoners. this is the most clemencies planted by the presidency since 1900. nearly 70 of the people being released were serving life sentences. bahamas -- president obama has commuted 560 taking office. more than the last nine presidents combined. a florida man arrested for attacking a flamingo at a theme park. a 45-year-old grabbed pinky the dancing flamingo out of his pen and slammed it on the ground. the bird so severely injured that veterinarians had to put her down. one family that was there said the man took the whole thing as a joke. >> he laughed out loud. >> he laughed? >> yeah. yep. he thought it was funny. >> that he got to go to jail,
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>> police arrested the man and charged him with assault. when questioned about -- in court about a motive, the suspect did not say why he attacked the animal. and this morning, we are getting a better look at the extensive damage done to fort mcmurray, canada after a wildfire hit the town three month ago. the video taken by a drone. the flames destroyed 2100 homes and forced thousand of people to evacuate. the canadian red cross has impacted by the fire. a muslim woman said she was kicked out of a store for wearing a religious veil over her face, and she recorded the confrontation on her phone. >> this is high crime area and i was robbed. >> you need to remove that from your face. >> sara says she was picking up charcoal at a family dollar store in indiana. as soon as they got in the store, the woman behind the counter told her she had to
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she says she has been covering her face in public for years. >> i am really saddened. i was born here. raised here all my life. and i have never been to an establishment and been treated like this. >> catherine: safi said all she would like is an apology. family dollars that not commented on that reek. the governor of missouri is making headlines with a new campaign commercial. >> a conservative warrior and when he fights back, out the big guns. eric brighton. >> gene: the official web site posted this ad on sunday. you can see the former navy seal firing a machine gun across the lake. he won the republican primary on tuesday and will face missouri attorney general chris costar in the general link in november. after spending more than half of her life in the white house, one of the first daughters took a job on the vineyard. the boston herald shared this
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takeout window at nancy's in oak bluff. she and a friend are working the register, busing tables and preparing the restaurant for launch. the owner is a good friend of the obama family. she will only be working until saturday when her parent arrive for the two-week vacation. >> gene: that place is bustling right now. >> catherine: rite of a possible security problem with the new chip cards. a flaw in the magnetic strip that could leave cards vulnerable to thieves. and a teenager for campaign for president to cash in. how he has made thousands of dollars in a few months with his anti-trump sign. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. right now 21 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. shiri. >> a lot of ups and downs. all these temperatures at or
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near 90.
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. now at 6:00, cat problems plaguing one local neighborhood. the animal carried away in cages and why workers think be going through the home for days. construction is ready to begin on the new casino in everett. how the company cleared the final hurdle.
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on fire. the rush to get off, and the questions for the pilot this morning about what caused that plane to go up in flames. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, thursday, august 4. thank you for starting your day with us, i am gene lavanchy. >> catherine: i am catherine parrotta in today for sara underwood. a comfortable, remembering, cool start to the day. meteorologist shiri spear as to be ready for a rapid wa weather center with what time we hit the 80s. >> the warm-up takes off next hour between 7 and 8. a big jump in temperatures. 80 are back in town once we hit lunchtime. 64 in boston. 62 in lawrence. 56 in plymouth. my cool spot norwood and we have fog there. my coolest spot reporting that early fog. looking pretty good across the board except taunton with half mile visibility and norwood at two and a half. that is an improvement from


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