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remember a young woman brutely murdered while out for a judging. coming up the plea for police as they comb through hundreds of leads in hopes of finding her killer. >> daniel: working hard rather than playing with friends. dozens of people to lend him a hand. complete new england news >> daniel: good morning, 7:00 a.m. on wednesday, august 10th, i'm daniel miller in today for gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. grab the umbrella and fan today. my friends, the humidity is back and so is much needed rain. shiri spear in the stormtracker weather center where you say everyone is at risk for a shower. >> everybody or daniel miller has this fan that he wears on his neck and this is the perfect day for something like that. 71 in boston, 72 in lawrence, 68
sunshine across sunshine and cape and islands and starting to get sprinkles in southwestern new hampshire, and this is going to be for the main batch of rain tracks early on this morning. so going to watch this, this is leading edge of very muggy air taking over today, so although just a little bit sticky no you, by the end of the day it is going to be oppressive and completely different season. going to feel like full summer again, but metrowest by we got temperatures here in the low to mid-80s, but notice that by late-morning we got the chance for a storm or shower, and it does continue into the afternoon. it is not going to be storming most of the time, best bet inland andy e scattered at the coastline, slight risk at shower at 83?, cape also slight risk today, so time the showers out with future cast coming up. julie grauert with live drive time traffic and check on
south, the accident has cleared but average speeds 8 miles per hour and stretching all the way back up into stoneham. really stop and go conditions right now as you head past the gas tank. here are live drive times, 23 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 29 minutes on the expressway, that's pretty normal, 53 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. back t >> daniel: breaking news in winchendon where they learned one person dead. >> state and local police spent most of the night in the crime scene. jessica reyes is live at the police station this that small town. jess, you spoke briefly with family members of the victim. >> jessica: we did. we were outside the home on spruce street. a woman was very, very upset and
but beyond that the details of what happened and who was killed are not quite clear. we do know, however, both state and local police are investigating this morning. we have some video from the scene last night as police were combing through the home. you could say they had some crime tape up and lights as they comb for evidence to several officers were there taking photos as well, and where this happened is really right in the middle of very quiet neighborhood and very quiet town, so this is certainly very concerning. a lot of neighbors questions this morning is to exactly what happened but at this point police really aren't saying a whole lot as the investigation is very fresh. they were at the home right around midnight and woman outside the home they did tell us someone was killed last night. police in winchendon have revved to state police, and we have reached out to them to get more information is to exactly what happened last night. as soon as we get update from them we will pass it along to
are still trying to figure tout who killed this woman while she was out jogging in the small town of princeton since the story broke monday morning police have been flooded with tips. stephanie coueignoux has been covering the case since it first broke, stephanie, live in princeton where a vigil was held for her last night. good morning, stephanie. >> stephanie: the community remains very shaken up, especially since there are so many questions left unanswered. the help hopefully answered those questions. state police has now anonymous tip line to help generate those leads. as investigators continue to pursue all leads, hundreds here in princeton turning to each other for comfort, gathering at candlelight vigil last night. 27-year-old vanessa marcotte was murdered when she was out for a jog. justin went to high school with her and said she was simply an incredible person. >> she was really, really nice.
person. everybody really really liked her. she was so smart. >> stephanie: heartbreaking discovery when they found her body half mile from her mother's home on brooks station road. met for hours, spoke to the boston globe, the father had dinner the night before she was killed. he remembers his daughter as being the greatest, someone who was extremely smart, ambitious and dedicated to her job in google in new york city. marcotte globe she wasn't dating anyone at the time, choosing on to advance at her career. many questions remain, including whether this was a random murder. >> stephanie: back to tip line, generated hundreds of leads that police are now coming through. we put the phone number on the website at fox25boston.com. coming up in 30 minutes, the action that some residents here in princeton are now taking in light of the tragedy. in princeton, i'm stephanie
>> sara: route 9 is back open this morning after opened in framingham. 9:00 last night not far from shopper's world. the victim rushed to hospital by helicopter with series leg injuries. no word this m?. investigating e accident. >> daniel: state police say wrong-way driver killed on mass pike made a u-turn just before th breaking yesterday on fox25 morning news. troopers say the driver of the blue car started off going west on the pik turned around and drove into oncoming traffic. short time later he sideswiped one car and head on into two others. one couple tells fox25 they just avoided the crash. >> i was heading right at them and heading right at me. >> that lane and things could have turned out very differently for us. >> daniel: police say wrong-way driver was 28-year-old man from rutland. so far the man's name haven't been released.
died. four other victims are expected to recover. >> daniel: >> sara: firestorm. gop talking about right at bear arms when he made a suggestive statement about hillary clinton assassination right to bear arms is discussion for voters but comments made by donald trump were sparking controversy. he said he wts rights to his base, repeating ate claim that hillary clinton wants to take right to own guns. >> hillary wants to abolish, essentially abolish the 2nd 2nd amendment. by the way, if she gets to pick -- if she gets to pick, her judges, nothing you can do,
people, maybe there is, i don't know. >> catherine: off-the-cuff comment as a threat. >> nobody speaking leadership position especially the presidency, leadership of the controversy, should do anything to count violence and that's what he was saying. >> the secret service said it is aware of the situation. >> someone else said that at home he would be in back of police wagon with the secret service questioning him. >> catherine: remark. >> you have the power to do something about it. what he meant by that you have the power to vote against her. you have the power -- you have the power to campaign against her. you have the power to speak against her. you know why? because you're americans. >> catherine: hillary clinton did tweet a response to trump's comments saying person seeking to be president of the united
saying interview with fox news the nra agreed with what he said and no other interpretation about stopping voters at the polls. he ended by saying give me a break. catherine parrotta in the studio, back over to you. >> sara: while the attention has focused on trump and clinton, debate organizers planning for a third-party. political reports the commission on presidential debates preparing for three candidates at venues hosting the debates. the news is getting supporters of lexington native jill stein hope as they push to the major party nominees. that means former governor bill weld could take the stage in the vp debate. to participate in the debate candidates must have 15% support in polling, johnson hovering at 8%. >> sara: father of terrorist attends one of the campaign rallies in florida.
shooter omar marteen. that's there in the red hat. she victims victims of the deadliest mass shooting in history. the campaign was not aware that mateen would actually be there. he says he is supporting the democrat because position on gun control. >> good for united states. >> slap in the face in the gay community that are terrorists of >> sara: older mateen ran in afghanistan. >> daniel: aly raismain and four other members walked away with gold medal.
she will compete in individual all around tomorrow and floor exercise competition next week. meanwhile, michael phelps hits gold twice. he came out on top in 200-meter butterfly and a little more than hour later helped the u.s. win gold in the four by 200-meter free style relay and brings total of gold medals to 21. victory is first race -- victory in the first race makes him the gold medal at 34 years old. travis stevens won silver medal in judo, first medal for american man since 2004. posted the video showing students there cheering while watching him win. stevens coach told the eagle tribune it was a great redemption for stevens that lost
controversial call. team usa still leads with 26 total and china follows distance 17 and hungary was third six total medals. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. on the expressway northbound right now, we are up to 33 minutes, pretty typical for the weekday morning commute. shiri? >> shiri: right now 68 to 72 for temperatures with increasing clouds. so far so good and dry but at 5:00 p.m. temperatures will be right around 80? with the threat thunderstorms. best bet north and west of boston and everybody has a chance. i will time out the showers next. >> daniel: ordered sandwich. >> sara: added ingredients that has a fast food working facing felony charges.
giving out. soon after the bobble heads arrived red sox put them back on the truck. first 15,000 fans and this picture tweeted by only in boston yesterday shows what the bobble heads actually looked like. you will notice the facial features don't exactly match up with big papi's. team president sam kennedy also felt bobble heads arrived were even the company behind the production agreed saying in statement we value our decades long relationship with the red sox organization and its decision to postpone tuesdays david ortiz and make sure the team and fans receive a quality product. as for the fans expecting a giveaway, the red sox apologized for the inconvenience. team hand the out coupon tweeted
leyden and fans will be shipped a proper bobble head doll of the sox iconic slugger. instead of the mistakes vanished from fenway. >> three championship batters you see here in fenway park in boston and celebrate will take 12 to 14 weeks to get the proper bobble head delivered to your door. >> sara: series between sox and yanks. a-rod on the bench and sox rookie andrew benintendi making debut at fenway.
and double and yankees said a-rod will play tomorrow night. you will see his last game ever on fox25. yanks play friday night, pregame at seven. first pitch 7:30 and stick around for fox25 news at 10:30. >> julie: 95 looking good and a through norwood and 128. north of the pike seeing residual delays on 93 south and also 93 this section through medford is always heavy and heavily traveled during the weekday commute and dealing with that as well. and 128 to the tobin and 33
the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear day ahead, shiri. >> shiri: 15 minutes western mass and central mass now and if it holds together, we have storms going to reach boston around 10:00 this morning and if these ones end up fading look at what's behind it, another batch of storm and this is all as humid place and affected towns and cities with the first batch of heavy rain, winchendon around 7:50, strong storm gets to you, gardner 8:00, mildford, new hampshire at 8:07, so lightning, downpours attached to the storm system, boston 71? and partly cloudy this morning, but you can see by late-morning there's the risk for storm and although we got the risk through
up being dry and picking up with future cast 8:30 and approaching the worcester area around 8:30 and noon time into eastern massachusetts and burst of rain not everybody here, not going to be all encompassing like you can see, broken up, widely scattered the pop-up storms that could impact, a lot of dry towns and cities so don't think it is a guarantee. and if you're on a spot and alert you to any stronger ones that develop. mix of sun and scattered clouds and pop-up thunderstorm and more concerned about the heat and humidity tomorrow, today low and mid-80s with threat for few
with sun, lows in the 70s, high tomorrow 90 in boston, 98 in lawrence, 95 in norwood 80s for the cape and islands and factor in the humidity, look at feels like temperatures. over 100?. in and around the boston area. that is dangerous heat. you will have to be careful about the heat and humidity both thursday and friday. friday we will see more hit or miss storm like today and then over the weekend risk for rain and heavy rain in particular is going to be heaviest stuff expected sunday into monday. back to you. >> local special needs teacher and threats say manmade in order to keep 16-year-old victim silent. >> daniel: no more stressing as you wait for your uber to arrive and helping make to the
>> sara: man under arrest accused of trying to drawing a police officer. police in utah say he was working at subway when two officers came in and ordered food. cops took food and when cops took sip of drink something was off and immediately got sick. >> something is going on, don't out. >> police tested the drink and found marijuana and meth in it. the subway employee is now facing a long list of charges. >> daniel: uber easier to plan next trip out of town. new uber feature that allows you to book 30 days in advance. looking for anyone to head to big game or airport. lyft has similar feature but it is not available in boston. daniel: a little boy
back to school. tyler bell going door to door to offer to raise money for school clothes and supplies. his family is needing help. his mother missing work because of medical energy and neighbors collect think clothes and supplies for them. pretty cool. >> sara: very cool. we want to check in with shiri now. the hot, humid, >> shiri: watching for pop-ups this afternoon and do it all over again on friday and scattered storms and zip trip in westford likely dry, mild and humid with 70s and 80s. >> daniel: >> sara: this story making national headlines. elderly volunteer shot and killed during demonstration at police academy. fatal mistake the officer made
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of people. >> shiri: route 2, drivers out west there, they are going to be tracking toward oil stone and swansea and dry in hollis and clouding over at 68?, worcester at 68, same deal there, clouds on increase. still seeing partly sunny skies in boston at 71? and upper 60s and lower 70s southeastern and dryest the longest and 71 in city and chance for showers by
and timing out 10:00 a.m. and hit or miss not raining all day. active situation where showers could produce downpours. 80 to 86 and very muggy as we travel through the day. new accident. route 60 in medford and throughout the morning commute. i expect that to have drastic impact on drive times, pike looks fine. expressway a a little bit slow s head from the braintree split to morrissey boulevard and 33 minute on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave and 35 minutes on expressway, this is the one i'm worried about, 39 minutes on 93 south and go up because of the accident i just told you
town of princeton and police don't have suspect or motive in the case. crime has community on edge but they still came together last night to honor the victim. fox25 stephanie coueignoux is live in princeton where hundreds came out for vigil, stephanie. >> stephanie: heartbreaking turn of events for the family, first murder in princeton the last 30 years. again, so many unanswered as we reported yesterday morning. police have now stepped up the patrols, but again, as this investigation continues the community here in princeton, turning to each other for comfort and we were there yesterday as hundreds of people gathered for candlelight vigil. friends of 27-year-old vanessa marcotte remembered her as extremely smart woman whose genuine as kind and hours after
station road and never returned. she had been visiting family from new york city where she worked at google. at this point in time investigators still not saying exactly how she died but they are looking into the possibility is to whether she may have been sexually assaulted. sources also telling us she was found with burns on her body. the area where police found her body is very quiet wooded area that rode also very popular with joggers and people walking dogs, and one woman told u family's habits will never be the same. >> very nervous about this. >> set up anonymous tip line to call with information. we have put the number on
police focusing on hours between one and 4:00 p.m. on sunday. yesterday we were here as detectives arrived here at police department behind us to meet -- to update on this investigation and happened around 8:30 this morning. could be arriving at the same time this morning and speak with them and add any information. in prinsen, stephanie coueignoux, >> daniel: windy state and local police spent night gathering evidence at home and early this morning family members confirmed relative was killed and live at police station to work to get more information. good morning, jess. >> jessica: good morning, daniel. happened on spruce street in winchendon and here a couple hours ago and woman there told us there was an incident last night but beyond that the
was killed are not quite clear. we do know, however, state and local police are investigating this morning. we do have video from the scene last night when officers were on scene there. they had several lights and crime scene around the house and taking several photos and there for several hours last night and investigation still very fresh, couple hours old and really haven't said whole lot about what transpi the home, it is in very quiet neighborhood and quiet town, town of winchendon and neighbors have a lot of questions and state police are investigating and we reached out as soon as we get any information at all and live here in windy, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news.
in court, carjacked and broke into a store. all throw events happened in less than an hour between five and 6:00 yesterday. damon charged with 12 felonies including rape, kidnapping and armed robbery. >> daniel: man charged with charging into a home and raping her. donald galvin wasn't happy the roxbury followed 79-year-old woman from shopping trip and attacked her late last month. investigators tracked him down when the state police crime lab matched his dna evidence collected at the scene. galvin is due back in court tomorrow for dangerousness hearing. >> daniel: steven mcdonald
malden high school. they say he lured the boy with candy and threatened to kill his mother if didn't comply with the demands. mcdonald plead not guilty and ran from our cameras when we asked for his side of the story. his lawyer says the married father of two will clear his name. >> story that's being told by the alleged victim is incredible unbelievable story and all come out at trial. >> daniel: malden st. berard convent says they are deeply concerning and they are investigation. >> sara: attempted abduction, 311-year-old girls says man tried to get him into the van to play pokemongo over the weekend. last seen driving a minivan and
witnesses. >> daniel: performing sex act while standing behind a young girl from spain and we are told he filmed it with his cell phone. the victim's family started screaming for help and grabbed until the police arrived. >> restripped him, hold him down in the bench and started fighting him and roughed him up a little bit, pulled him down. >> daniel: he must wear bracelet. >> sara: >> sara: several vacant buildings will be the back drop for looting scenes. it is about the 1967 riots where 43 people died and 7,000 were arrested. >> daniel: last night board of selectmen met to talk about
living in filthy conditions. they cleaned up the property the next three days and one selectmen agreed to work with resident to try to limit amount of cats a person can have. >> board of selectmen work on ordinance together and so it doesn't happen so that was very helpful. >> daniel: it would go before a town et then to the state attorney general to make sure it coincides with state law. >> sara: popular boston bakery opening 300 more locations. flower known for sticky buns and already has four locations.
that. taste test. good morning, everyone. 93 southbound, things a little slow out there. 53 minute ride from 495 into andover into the zakim bridge. >> sara: breakfast nicest town of the day, i have showers out west still kind of filling in with increasing clouds. lunchtime 79? with hit or miss storms. same at dinner time when storms fade away. future cast fade and showers >> daniel: when 911 called it was met with personal response. dog mauled to death and now kennel is shut down. why police say the kennel's
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>> catherine: determining if the kennel owner should be allowed to reopen. dog didn't survive. the dog was ben, golden doodle days in july in hanover and knew something was wrong and ben was bleeding and breathing erratically. >> he was bitten from head to tail. all matted looking and emaciated looking and said that's not my dog. >> catherine: they couldn't
retriever even though they were promised to be kept apart. they have scuffled in the past and feels terrible about what happened. as for tracy, ben's owner, she believes the charge of animal cruelty warranted. catherine parrotta, back over to you. >> sara: scathe report by department of justice baltimore routinely and unconstitutional sevens use excessive force and retaliate against people who engage in free speech and also found severe and unjustified differences in stops, sevens and arrest of african-americans. the investigation started after the death of freddie gray last year. he died in police van after being arrested in baltimore. >> daniel: >> sara: this morning police officer on leave.
he was working with a group of people learning more and acting out officer playing a bad guy. the officer thought he had blanks in his gun when fired several live rounds. one hit and killed the woman. right now officer isn't facing charge but the case under investigation. >> daniel: newborn in texas has zika. child's head is small. baby's mother traveled to el salvador and where doctors believe she became infected. >> sara: california jury found gas and electric guilty of pipeline charge. eight people died when destroying neighborhood in near
and violated federal safety regulations and tried to cover it up. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. red sox over called caare on tobin bridge that's slowing things down for inbound commuters, off to the far left-hand side but we a tow truck there and expect it to be towed away next ten or 15 minutes and clear on 93 south, route 60 in medford and adding to the heavy volume we have on 93 on thisar commute. expressway actually looking okay from the braintree split but heavy, steady volume on morrissey boulevard. live drive times, 18 minutes on the pike, just from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel and 28 minutes 128 northbound from university avenue to the weston tolls. today is one of the days cranking the ac because so humid and sticky out there. >> shiri: humidity a pain in
uncomfortable by the end of today and extreme heat becomes a big concern as we move into the end of the week. latest thunderstorm that i have moving toward athol to richmond and keene, new hampshire and on track to reach gardner 8:05 this morning, mildford at 8:06. fitchburg at 8:22, so it is moving toward the east. we have actually got whole string of storms tracking eastward here and we got newly going to impact southeastern massachusetts as the morning goes on and very humid air i was telling you about. future cast i will admit it is underdone with the rain showers this morning and southern new hampshire and northern massachusetts we got 9:00 a.m. showers reaching about nashua, new hampshire but also got blip of the rain to the south of boston going to have to keep close eye on. going to roll toward
lunchtime showers and plymouth and new bedford and even boston if that band of storms that's now over around athol, if that holds together, it is going reach boston by 10:00 a.m. and potential of rain lasts into the early afternoon. most of the afternoon ends up being dry, folks. hit or miss style storms watching pop up later today. sarah wroblewski going to time these out for you starting at 4:00 p.m. today and, of course, on facebook and twitter as well but 5:30 drive home from work does have couple showers along with couple pockets of heavy rain. on most of you not seeing issues for drive home from work and scattered nature makes it tough to pinpoint where we see it and everybody has threat for storms, greatest chance for heavy rain where we have it now north and west of boston and 83 in quincy today and beverly and boston. 85 in bedford and lowell and fitchburg 84 but upper 70s out
islands. tomorrow trading in 80s for 90s. 90 in boston and framingham. 98 in lawrence, 90 norwood, this is going to be really hot stuff and with very high humidity we have big concerns over dangerous heat and 100 to 105? in eastbound massachusetts and challenge to stay hydrated, keep eye on them in and bring cool break. slight risk of pop-up thunderstorm tomorrow, much more worried about heat and humidity and lowell in the activity overall and 20% chance of shower. friday afternoon, still hot and humid at 93. chance for rain will continue to climb over the weekend with heavy rain at and especially sunday afternoon
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>> sara: this is underwater go pro video of feeding taking monday by atlantic shark servancy. animal workers move it to help save a seal with fishing net video shot last week by the international fund for animal welfare shows rescue crews shooting sedation dart into the animal and tagged it so they can monitor the recovery. >> daniel: check out video going viral and woman has 1 foot up on the dashboard and also texting while driving.
another driver took the video and posted it online. it has a fine and surcharge on insurance. >> daniel: above and beyond to call a local woman calling for help. >> garbage been there two weeks and overloaded. i'm 86 years old and handicapped and got heart i have nobody. >> daniel: answered by dispatcher kate grade and he volunteered to take the woman's trash cans to the curb on her day off. >> a lot of people and not us personally fiction as a problem and something simple and easier to do it in my house. >> daniel: she is now getting
>> group of police officers help turn birthday document into day to remember. relatives of three-year-old braden hubbard nearly had to cancel surprise party for him. the boy has autism and all the guests canceled at the last minute and reached out to police officer and they did and made a big difference. >> to take their time out the day and for them to say hi braden just to tell him happy birthday means a lot. >> it took awhile for braden to warm up but before long sitting in front seat of the police
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>> sara: tips pour in and community remain on edge. plea from police as they try to solve the gruesome murder. >> daniel: was it threat or call for action. new controversy from donald trump that has complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller in for gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. grab the umbrella and fan today, daniel. the humidity is back and so is much needed rain. fox25 meteorologist shiri spear and stormtracker weather center where you say everyone is at
take you out to keene, new hampshire and rain, heavy rain around lots of lightning and slowly sliding southeast and half away from fitchburg and watching this one closely and right around the border and linn has really goes into new york and tracking toward boston so start out a little bit sticky. we end muggy and oppressive by the end of the day and leading way to humid air. and lunchtime to afternoon and couple waves of storm but because they are so widely scattered it is no the a slam
stormy conditions today but at the coastline there's a solid 50% risk and chances are neighboring town and city will. i will time it all up with future cast coming up in a couple minutes. >> julie: 128 moving along fine and north of the pike proposing the tobin bridge. this is pretty typical volume over the zakim and leverett connector for this time of the weekday commute. here are live drive times, 20 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 30 minutes on 93 south, almost an hour on 93 south from andover down to the zakim. back to you.
>> sara: live at police station in the small town and, jess, you spoke briefly with family members of the victim. >> jessica: going to get update and couple hours ago around 5:30 this morning, spoke with family members person last night and incident at home on spruce street and person was kill elaborate much beyond that. at this point exactly who was killed or how they died. we do know, however, state and local police are investigating this this morning. our crews were there as police went through the home last night. crime tape up and had lights up as well and not clear if anyone transpired and woman that lived at the home did tell us someone
the home in the middle of very quiet neighborhood inism don which is a very quiet town, so neighbors certainly have a lot of questions about this this morning and this investigation we know still very, very fresh. police at the home around midnight collecting evidence, so once again, information throughout the morning has been pretty limited up until this point and expecting an update chief of police in winchendon, sometime next 30 minutes to hour or so and as soon as we get that we will pass that new information right a for now live in winchendon, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: police trying to figure out who killed this woman when she was out in princeton. since the story broke monday morning police have been flooded with tips. fox25 stephanie coueignoux has been covering the case since it first broke. she is live in princeton this morning where vigil, stephanie,
>> stephanie: police have stepped up patrols as investigation continues, but again, so many questions left unanswered is to how to generate some answers and set up an anonymous hotline, so anyone can call and leave some tips. hundreds in princeton turning to each other for comfort gathering for vigil. vass sunday afternoon when she was out for a jog. justine went to high school with her and said she was simply an incredible person. >> she was really, really nice. just very genuine person. everybody really liked her. she was so smart. >> stephanie: it was a heartbreaking discovery when they found marcotte in wooded area. her father said he hayde dinner
he remember his daughter as being the greatest, someone extremely smart, ambitious and dedicated to job at google in new york city. marcotte's father also told the globe she wasn't dating anyone at the time, choosing to focus on advancing her career. for now many questions remain including whether this was a random action that residents are taking in light of the tragedy. in princeton, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> daniel: >> sara: person hit in framingham. victim was rushed to the hospital by helicopter with serious head and leg injuries. no word on their condition this morning. police are investigating that accident. >> daniel: state police say wrong-way driver killed in crash
before the tragedy. that was breaking yesterday on fox25 morning news. troopers say the driver of the blue car started go west on the pike near 495 but then turned around and drove into oncoming traffic. short time later he sideswiped one car and head on into two others. one couple tells fox25 they just avoided the crash. >> heading right at them and heading right at me. >> that lane and things could have turned out very for us. >> police say the wrong way drive was 28-year-old man from rutland. so far his name haven't been released. he is the only person that died in the crash. four other victims are expected to recover. >> sara: donald trump setting off whole new controversy this morning that has attention of secret service. gop nominee was talking about right to bear arms when made suggestive statement about hillary clinton that some are
violence. >> have power to do something about it and what meant by that was you have the power to vote against her. you have the power -- you have the power to campaign against her. you have the power to speak against her. you know why? because you're >> sara:. >> catherine: massachusetts senator elizabeth warren said donald trump makes death threats says he is a coward that can't hantedle losing to a girl. trump's running mate mike pence also responded saying trump was very clear that people thatcherrish the right to bear arm should be involved in the political process and let the voices be heard.
>> daniel: new speculation about murder of man that worked for the democratic national committee. seth rich was shot and killed near the home in washington d.c. on july 10th. yesterday wikileaks said it would pay $20,000 for information leading to conviction in the case. wikileaks says not why offering the reward and possible link between rich and the e-mails which showed hillary clinton over bernie sanders in wikileaks released the e-mails 12 days after rich's murder. clinton campaign blames russian hacker for the leak. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. 93 southbound right now as head out the door, we are up to hour as 495 in andover to the zakim
>> michael: red sox recognized issue and wanted to make didn't make worse giving out these bobble head dolls. soon after the bobble head boxem back on the truck. this is a picture the red sox tweeted out monday ahead of tuesday's david ortiz bobble head for the first 15,000 fans. this picture tweeted out by only the bobble head actually looked like. you will notice the facial features don't exactly match up with big papis. team president sam kennedy also felt bobble heads that arrived were a bit racially insensitive. even the company behind the production agreed saying in statement we value deckated long relationship with the red sox organization and its decision to postpone tuesday's david bobble head giveaway. we are currently working closely
team and its fans receive a quality product. as for those finances expecting a giveaway, the red sox apologized for the inconvenience. team even handed out this coupon tweeted out by sports director tom leyden and fans will be shipped a proper bobble head doll of the sox iconic slugger. instead of the mistakes vanished from fenway. they came to celebrate big papi accomplishment and three championship rings. well they will get sent to -- a bobble head doll and website says it will take 12 to 14 weeks in order to get the proper souvenir shipped to the homes. look at
comes to be. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: bobble head controversy between sox and yankees. a-rod four games before retires and sox rookie andrew benintendi making debut at fenway. in the fifth launched ball to center and double and home run from back to a double. tough break but go ahead run scores. sox win five-three. yankees say a-rod will start tomorrow night. right here on fox25. yanks play rays at stadium friday night and pregame at seventy-first pitch, 7:30, stick around for fox25 news at 10:30. >> daniel: working food. the cops got food and when one took a big sip of the drink
is going on, don't feel well, i need to get checked out. >> daniel: police tested the drink and found marijuana and meth in it and subway employee now facing a long list of charges. >> daniel: >> julie: average speed 10 miles per hour and continue through medford and into somerville. average speeds 11 miles per hour. pretty typical for weekday morning and across the gas tank, a little bit of room between the cars, so it is not a complete parking lot. here are live drive times, 29 minutes on the expressway. a little over an hour on 93 south as you head from 495 to the leverett connector. 22 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now to tell us more about the impending heat and humidity, shiri.
this mass new hampshire border shifting through keene and exiting north field and another batch just getting into rhode island but they are a little bit connected here by lighter showers, so that means worcester gets showers by 8:32, don't think they will be as strong to the north. boston about 9:30, barnstable at 10:20, as long as showers hold together. so going to be kind of patchy today. this is probably going to be the wettest run we have later today. so 75 right now in boston. still yet to see the rain and going to get to you by 10:00 this morning, noon time 81? and bouncing around around 80? for the afternoon. with threat for one or two pop-up storms, i have a feeling most of the afternoon will end up being dry, so future cast sliding storms closer to the boston area and eastern massachusetts and lunchtime
into the afternoon lots of dry times with on and off clouds, clouds kind of ruling here this afternoon and 5:00 p.m. we have couple pockets of storms that sarah wroblewski will be watching for you here, downpours will be the biggest concern but there could be frequent lightning with some of the storm as well. by 9:00 this evening, a lot of the storms will be fading away and overnight the time you wake up thursday morning, partly sunny and ends up being pop-up thunderstorms in the afternoon. slight risk that we will see that tomorrow, but most of the day, most towns and cities just stay dry. hit or miss style, 83 in boston and beverly, 81 in plymouth, 84 fitchburg, 79 in worcester and 79 in chatham. low temperatures tonight with storm fading during the evening hours and going to be very muggy.
overnight and get sticky, nine in boston tomorrow, 90 in worcester, upper 90s inland bedford to lawrence up to nashua, new hampshire. 95 in norwood and factor in humidity. heat index tomorrow is going to be close to 100?, if not slightly over 100? in eastern mass so there's a heat advisory in effect for tomorrow afternoon. 93. with hit or miss storm again the coverage of storms or have some pockets of heavy rain, even more so sunday into monday morning. back to you. >> daniel: terrifying details from police following local needs teacher and threats manmade in order to keep
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>> daniel: mo lawns in wilmington and family needs the help. his mother missing a lot of work because of medical neighbors collecting. >> sara: comic book from 1938. it was expected to sell for about $750,000 but about 100 copies of the comic book are believed to exist decades after production. this particular copy was owned by a fan that bought it in 90s for $26,000 when if first came out in 1938. it cost just 10 cents.
million dollars. >> julie: check this out. it explodes in the middle. contents flies through the air and drivers next able to get around it. couple rounds to the car wash. >> sara: cracking down on people who save spots by leaving chairs and towels on sand overnight. seized 200 umbrellas overnight and violaters face fines of $200
morning. >> julie: aggressive space saving. >> i feel like we have that at hotels. grab youre place. >> wouldn't need anything overnight, especially day like today where humidity will be oppressive. >> shiri: showers out there as well and out west and sneaking into central mass and noon time in boston you better watch out. have scattered showers, even in eastern massachusetts. we will do it again on friday with drive and zip trip in westford, warm and humid and slight risk of shower. >> daniel: story making national headlines this morning, elderly volunteer shot and killed during demonstration at police academy. the fatal mistake the officer made that took the woman's life.
today. shiri spear in the stormtracker with morning hot sticky wet weather. >> shiri: stormy weather for barre and leominster, speaking toward hollis, new hampshire, all the way back through swansea and downpours and looking at lightning tracking across the border with new hampshire. some increasing clouds, you're still dry at 75? and southeastern massachusetts 73 from duxbury down to sandwich and showers getting closer to boston and i'm thinking noon is probably going to be the best bet for a couple showers around
storm able to muster up able contain downpours, something that we are watching dinner time before storms fade off the map. 80 to 86 turning muggy today with widely scattered storms. remember not everybody getting in on these and show you what kind of chances we have the end of the week and >> shiri: >> julie: 93 northbound, southbound usually where it is focused. this and southbound near 290 has just about cleared up but a little bit of stop a the accidee
the leverett connector. back to you. >> sara: crime has community on edge and came together to honor tragedy shaken the community up to the core. right now police stepping up patrols asking everyone to be on alert and so questions left unanswered and we were actually there at vigil last night as many as hundreds of people gathered and friends of vanessa
investigators found her body sunday afternoon hours after she left for run along broroad and d and visiting f at google and exw she died and looking into the possibility whether be the same. >> same route and she said she will never run again. we all are very nervous about this, just nervous. >> stephanie: police asking everyone if you go out, do not
anonymous hotline asking anyone if you saw anything or heard anything suspicious between the hours between one and 4:00 p.m. sunday afternoon to call the number. put phone number on website at fox25boston.com and i just turned around and actually saw the police chief walk into this building and arrived to update each other on investigation. i will head out to see if there are any new updates and if there are any re princeton, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> daniel: chief of police man confirmed has died on spruce street last night. fox25 cameras were there as state and local police gathered evidence. he says two men got into a fight and one of them died. suspect 32-year-old thomas maxwell will be arraigned today on aggravated assault charges. fox25 jessica reyes is at the
9:00. >> sara: man charged in violent crime spree in worcester will be in court. police say antonio damon raped one woman at knifepoint and broke into a store and all three events and less than an hour between 6:00 yesterday afternoon. damon charged with 12 felonies with rape, kidnapping and >> daniel: level three sex offender breaking into home.
teacher and coach has been ordered to stay away from children. prosecutors say steven mcdonald raped a 16-year-old student with special needs while helping him use the bathroom at malden high school. they say he lured the boy with candy and even threatened to kill his mother if he didn't comply with the demands. ran from the cameras when we asked for his side of the story. his lawmaker or lawyer says the married father of two will his name. >> incredible, unbelievable story and it will all come out at trial. >> sara: malden school superintendent says allegations are, quote, deeply concerning and with the investigation. >> sara: police in bridgewater want you to get a good sketch. guy is person of interest in attempted abduction and get into the van to play pokemongo over the weekend.
minivan. police have been going door to door looking for witnesses. >> daniel: only on fox25 street performers a disturbing act against the teenage tourist. faneuil hall sajak performed a sex act while standing behind a young girl from spain. we are told he filmed with cell phone and started screaming for help and1#!3?khe breeze team grabbed the man and held him under house arrest until the next court appearance and must wear a gps bracelet. >> sara: hollywood coming to brockton with movie about deadly riots in detroit. filming will take place next month. several vacant buildings will be the back drop for looting scene.
people died and more than 7,000 were arrested. >> daniel: special town meeting in upton trying to prevent future animal abuse. board of selectmen talking about what's next for a house where two dozen cats were found living in filthy conditions. pay $12,000 from a town trust fund to clean up the property over the next three days and work with the residents to try to limit amount of cats the person can ha hopefully work on ordinance together and hopefully get something so that it doesn't happen and that was very helpful. >> daniel: if cat limiting ordinance is drafted it would go before a town meeting for a vote and to the state attorney general to make sure it coincides with state law. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. 93 southbound things a little slow and 49 minute ride 495 to
shiri? >> shiri: couple patchy showers moving into the boston area and threat for hit or miss showers and thunderstorms though continues into the evening and game verses yanks 78? and hopefully nice and dry and hour-by-hour look into future cast next. >> daniel: one woman's call to 911 met with a personal response. coming up how a dispatcher went above and beyond to help a new new england woman in need. >> sara: first dog mauled to down. why the kennel's owner is personally responsible for the attack. >> daniel: as we head into break, here is look at what's trending right now on fox25boston.com. the big story is the woman that wants to have a relationship
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>> shiri: second batch of storm headed toward providence, rhode island, rolling into southeastern massachusetts, timeline when it gets close to boston coming up. >> sara: local woman heartbroken after her dog was attacked and kied the owner facing animal cruelty charges. live in the newsroom and it is the kennel owner's own dog that's accused of attacking the animals. >> meeting to determine if the kennel owner should be allowed to reopen. right now police charged him with animal cruelty and remove all t the care. co allegations mauled another dog in his care and dog didn't survive and that dog was
hanover and went to pick him up, knew something was wrong and said ben was bleeding andthing . >> he was bitten from head to tail. he was all matted looking and emaciated looking and i said to dave, that's n that's not my dog. >> catherine: the dog was rushed to animal hospital but surgery couldn't save retriever who mauled the dog even though they were to be kept apart. tracy believes the charge of animal cruelty warranted. catherine parrotta, fox25 news. back to you. >> sara: scathing report by department of justice and routinely violated the civil rights of citizens and reports
unconstitutional sevens, used excessive force and retaliated against people of free speech and found severe and unjustified differences in stop search for investigation started after the death of freddie gray last year. he died in police van after being arrested in baltimore. >> daniel: officer on leave after shot. >> sara: during a police academy session at police station. police in punta say officer was working with group of people that wanted to learn more about the department. they were acting out scenario and fired several live rounds and case under investigation. >> daniel: newborn in texas has become the state's first zika related death. health officials say the baby girl was born with condition caused by the zika virus in
abnormally small. the baby's mother traveled to el vadoor during pregnancy and that's where they think she was infected. >> sara: $3 million in fine. california jury found pacific gas and electric guilty of six criminal charges as a result of pipeline blast in 2010. eight people died when the explosion destroyed neighborhood near san francisco's international airport. prosecutors said the company regulations and tried to cover it up. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. still waiting for accident to clear on 93 north right before montvail ave in woburn. things still steady and heavy on 93 south as head past the accident site through medford and into somerville. pike moving along fine. not a lot of volume there. just a little bit of sluggish conditions right after the weston tolls. expressway slow going from the
volume lingering with us. live drive times, 16 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin. big improvement from earlier this morning. 20 the expressway, holding strong 50 to 60 minute range on 93 south from andover down to the zakim bridge. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now to tell us more about the muggy conditions we will be experiencing today. >> shiri: humidity on the on. reason don't have that in high it is not for everybody today nor will it be on friday. more widespread rain into the weekend and at that sunday into monday. extreme heat really going to be a big player tomorrow and friday and here is what i had on the map right now. got couple batch of heavier, steadier rain. one of them in the northern worcester hills and into southern new hampshire. this one will head toward lowell at about 9:06 and another batch that's moving into providence, rhode island right now.
this morning in the new bedford area but if this connects in middle and get a couple of these showers attached to the batch of the storms in boston, due to arrive about 9:45. so gist of it late-morning we have showers reaching eastern massachusetts. 10:00 a.m. that's what you see, storms in and around boston area 79?, upper 70s on the map, still couple pockets of heavier, steadier rain. lunchtime is really when the threat will peak across eastern think it is raining in all of these spots. i bet a lot of the green on the map will be simply clouds, but patchy showers, eastern massachusetts at noon time and then you will see them start to fade away into the afternoon so as that batch shifts offshore, then we start monitoring for pop-up storms behind it. 3:00 p.m., 80s in town, couple centers here getting the storms that will persist through the evening drive and die down during dinner time.
the threat for storms but that's where we get a lot of towns and cities passing on stormy conditions. boston you will see late-morning, early afternoon showers come on through. bedford at 84 today, fitchburg getting storm now at 84?, worcester 79, foxborough 81 high temperature. lower 80s marshfield down to plymouth and for the cape and islands with slight risk of some storms hanging together and coming to you guys and see them early this afternoon and cape and islan tomorrow will head into the 90s. it is going to be a scorcher. 90 boston and worcester. a lot of storm, so keep it generally dry but also going to give us heat indices, anywhere from 100 to 105?, which is why we have heat advisory in effect for boston and east of massachusetts, hot on friday, high 93 with some more scattered hit or miss style storm and over
i'm 86 years old, i'm handicapped and i got heart condition. i have nobody. >> daniel: that was 911 call answered by kate grade and he instead of involving police or social services, grady volunteered to take the trash can to the curb on her day off. >> sara: >> not us that fixes the problem. >> helping the woman but could not keep doing it. she is now getting in home help from local agency. >> sara: relatives of braden hubbard had to nearly answer and they reached out to few local police officers and asked if she could stop by to say hello and they did and it made a big
out of the day and for them to kind of say hi to braden to tell him happy birthday, it means a lot. >> daniel: >> sara: officers say it took a lot. >> daniel: it was the honeymoon she will never remember. why groom had to head off on vacation and behind. >> shiri: extreme heat hold off for one more day and talking through changes next.
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>> julie: gathered evidence inside locality home overnight and what family of victim telling fox25. >> catherine: hillary clinton and gun control and why some call threat. >> catherine: 9:00 on wednesday morning, >> good morning, grauert and much needed rainnd n radar and that's what meteorologist shiri spear is tracking. hi, shiri. >> shiri: a lot of chances for showers too because we have whole band, headed due east and