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this is the fox25 morning news. good morning, 6 a.m. on this thursday, august 11. i am daniel miller in today for gene lavanchyaa and i am sara underwood. a muggy and soggy start to your thursday. meteorologist shiri spear is in the storm tracker weather center with a look at the biggest problem spots this morning and shiri, where you should brace for upper 90s today. >> shiri: its tea goes to be -- it's going to be flat-out gro, s if you are not used to the heat and humidity. humidity in the 70s. that is oppressive humidity and all the moisture in the air leading to pockets of dense fog in norwood, beverly. we are eek issues in keene and orange as well. boston seeing okay visibility. light fog in worcester. a lot of those in between are struggling with fog until about 7 or 8:00 this morning. temperature-wise, it is low in mid-70s. you can wear the short sleeves from start to finish today.
throw them on. metro west by 8 a.m., 84 by 10:00 this morning. noontime, we are knocking on the door at 90 and make it well into the 90s this afternoon and you factor in the humidity. we have a heat advisory going into effect start at noon and will feel like the heat index 100 to 15 degrees. we will take you town by town and look at the hot spots coming up. julie grauert with live drive time traffic and look at the expressway. >> julie: goomo seconds turned from orange to red at morrissey boulevard. volume starting to pick up. we have a half hour before 6:30. route 1, 3 south are clear. a look at the zakim bridge. nothing lowering you down on the leverett connector or the bridge itself. live drive times. 12 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 17 minutes on the expressway. 25 minutes on 93 south from andover down to the leverett connector. back to you. all right, brace yourself
>> daniel: very steamy and shiri mentioned the heat advisory with temperatures rising near the middle 90s. it will feel like over 100. fox25's catherine parrotta is live at the framingham commuter rail station this morning where the trains have had problems in the past with this extreme heat. >> of course this just the beginning of the day here. to far no problems and we will be monitoring this throughout the morning. the commuter rail had some problems in the past in terms of the heat, which has been known to have speed restrictions on very hot days like today. again, we will be keeping an eye on. across the state we are urging people to take precautions as we head into the few days of extreme heat. you heard shiri talking about it. it will feel like 100 degrees depending on where you are this afternoon. the beginning of a few days of a heat wave that is supposed to last into the weekend. if you were looking for a way
open until 7:3. the city of boston is providing opportunities to stay cool while urging everyone to use common sense. the boston centers of youth and family will open as cooling centers. limit your activity to morning and evening hours and check in on the elderly, children and anyone with medical conditions. it if you start feeling sick, get to a cool place and call 911. it goes without saying to stay hydrated and check in in boston, officials are concerned about the heat in terms of the increased risk of a fire it can wring. we will tell but effects that can minimize the rest can. catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. it is 6:03 right now. candle and flowers on display as another central massachusetts town comes toing the a remember a hometown girl killed out jogging. police and authorities from nearby towns are working together to go through
at the princeton police department this morning and the family of that jogger, they will now shift their focus on saying goodbye. >> reporter: daniel, a source tells fox25 that vanessa m+ arcotte's body will be released as soon as today that will allow the family to proceed with funeral arrangements. it also comes one day after her hometown of leominster came together for a vigil >> let us pray that vanessa may rest in peace. >> reporter: at a vigil in leominster. they prayed, they work ept and lit candles all to support each other for vanessa marcotte, the 27-year-old native spent the weekend with her mother in weston. she went on a jog and never returned.
and can't comprehend in. as many times as we go through this couldn't comprehend this. >> reporter: the mayor was a friend of marcot te's family as many in their hometown. >> people don't think that information important, it is because it may bring them to the next piece. >> reporter: investigators have not released the results of an autopsy but have said marcotte was found ked with burns who her body and might have been sexually after being seen on brooks station road. marcotte's body was found partially clothed 100 feet off the road in the a area and 23 officers are working around the clock in the case. as fox25 earlier this week, the small massachusetts town of princeton normally have six full-time and nine part-time officers. a community of law enforcement working to catch a killer and
community. investigators have received dozens and dozens of tips, in the hundreds in fact, and they want people to keep coming forward and call their tip line. no detail is too small in the pursuit forious. live in princeton, michael henrich, fox25 news. developing news this morning in maryland. about two dozen people are hurt, and there are reports that several people are missing following an apparent explosion at an apartment building in fighters say some of the injured jumped out of windows to escape the flames. children were reportedly being dropped out of window s for safety. two fire fighters were hurt as well. investigators are at the scene combing through the rubble. we will continue to follow the story and bring you any new developments. new this morning, police are investigating a serious stabbing in dorchester. this is the look at the scene on millark rd street. boston ems is reporting that a victim was stabbed six time just before 3:00 this morning.
a suspect is in custody. two women in their 20s are recovering after a violent crime spree in worcester. police say antonio damon walked into an office building on tuesday and asked a woman for help. he left, but he came back and forced his way into the office and sexually assaulted her. ten minutes later he kidnapped a second woman at knifepoint. >> during the drive, he sexually assaulted the second female victim inside her vehicle. after which point, she was able to open up the door to the the car while it was still moving. >> reporter: police say damon broke into a business where police found him hiding. he is being held until a dangerousness hearing later this month. 6:7 right now. newly released e-mails are causing more controversy for presidential candidate hillary clinton. the conservative watchdog group released several e-mails when clinton was secretary of state. republican donald trump say the e-mails show a corrupt relationship between the clinton foundation and the
money to have state action. the clinton campaign denies if i misconduct by the agency. the clinton campaign denies if i misconduct by the agency. after days donald trump claiming that the commander-in-chief is the founder of isis. >> isis is honoring president obama. he is the founder of isis. he is the founder of isis, and i would say would be crooked hillary clinton. >> sara: donald trump claims that hillary clinton's camp knew that the orlando hooter's father was in the crowd of the latest florida rally. two local star also be in action today in rio. needham's aly raisman will compete in the overall finals and kayla hearsson looks to
katie la decki ran the 400 feet relay team over australia and kristin armstrong earned the third straight gold medal in the individual time trial. crossed the line 5 second faster than. hickman and dorman fin fin finnished second in the three-meter diving competition. he is from amherst and currently a student at indiana university. here is the medal count after five days of competition. the u.s. is 32, including 11 gold. china second with 23 medals, 106 them gold. japan is third with 18. this morning, red sox fans are waiting to learn how long david ortiz will be out of action, but earlier reports are hopeful. last night big fouled a ball off the right chin and limped off the field in pain.
no broken bones. the team says ortiz will be listed as day to day. steven wright and outfielder mookie betts will be out of action with minor injuries. as for the game, the fenway faithful sending best wishes to a-rod. he pinch-hit and hit a sacrifice fly. a-rod make his final appearance at fenway tonight. he is retiring tomorrow. objection did let this one get away. in the 7th, with a solo home run by gary sanchez the first in the big leagues. sox lose 89-4 -- -- lose 9-4. the pats will face the new orleans saints in foxborough and don't expect to see tom brady tonight. jimmy garapolo will be with the first unit. fans will get the first look at third string quarterback. he was the third-round draft
good morning, everyone, expressway starting to creep up just slightly and drive times up to 19 minutes from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. shiri? >> shiri: we have really muggy 70s out there right now. patchy fog. not necessarily a problem in boston itself. the travelers from outside the city and the suburbs. p.m., 90s, bright, but incredibly humidity. wait until you see how high the heat indexes are coming up. two women brutally attacked in their own home. the bloody scene playing out coming up at 6:3, what he learned about the suspect accused in the violent double stabbing. a sequel to a cult classic is getting a new england feel. the local spots being used as the backdrop to super troopers 2. and scaling trump tower from suction cups. why this man wanted to get close to donald trump and the
come up on 6:15 this morning. investigators in los angeles will begin to look at police body cameras after officers shot and killed a 14-year-old boy. this happened in downtown la last night around :3. the department's gang unit was called to the area for someone spraying graffiti. they began chasing the boy and he pulled out a handgun. unclear if the teen actually fired at police. the officers say they thought he was in his 20s. >> country's attention while slowly climbing up the side of trump tower in new york city. we brought you live coverage during our early evening newscast. the unidentified 20-year-old used suction cup to cling to the skyscraper saying he wanted to talk to donald trump. the play-by-play until police got him out of building. >> reporter: there he was scaling the glass face of trump tower using a rig that consisted of suction cups and a harness hoping to reach the
tower. people on the ground couldn't take their eyes off the spectacle unfolding on the building's facade and playing out live on tv. tyler saw it all start out. >> there was a gentleman, this man to our right, he was kind of jumping up and down extremely anxious. didn't think much of it. few minutes later he was running along the side of the building. >> as we walked inside, he -- he suction cupped to the building facade to reach him and later broke a window to try to reach him. each time the climber moved laterally to his left to avoid police. all the while holding a running conversation with him. >> he wanted to climb to the top and to mr. trump. that was the bassist. brought down the window washer of the scaffolding. and they put together a plan.
two floors above the climber and lowered the scaffolding to the climber's left, essentially closing off the escape route. when they got close, they grabbed him. >> i reached out, took a hold of his hand and i said sir, you need to come with me. and i brought him inside with the help of my partner. and we placed him in custody, and handed him over. >> this a still photo of the building on the 21st floor. and that was jim dolan reporting. the unidentified virgina man was taken to the hospital for a mental evaluation. police are investigating the video on youtube posted on tuesday is the aim man. >> i am an independent researchers seeking a private audience with you to discuss an important matter. i guarantee that it is in your have to honor this request. >> trump himself was actually
dangerous stunt." and every ten minutes we check your weather and traffic together. good morning, everyone. on the roads right now, north of the pike, things moving along route 1 just fine. 93 south, a little bit of volume starting to build right around the cloverleaf. nothing major yet. low pot i am finding on the expressway. average speeds 15 miles per hour as you head past morrissey boulevard. as you can see in this shot past the gas tank, still quite a bit of space between the ca drive times on the expressway, 32 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 11 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. as we check in with meteorologist shiri spear, we want to start with a look outside in framingham and an indication of is to come today. >> does that not look so humid to you. you can almost see the haze in the air already. hazy, hot and humid. triple h weather that is taking over today.
threats, especially when you put them together and the heat index ends up over 100 degrees. thunderstorm risk is going to be slight but not a glshing ero today. so i only see one, maybe two thunderstorms south of the pike in the afternoon. 76 in boston right now. we do begin with a little bit of thin cloud cover. we have some fog in the suburbs that burns off between 7 and 8 a.m. by 8 a.m. in boston, 79 degrees. partly sunny at 10 a.m. and 84 degrees. we have got by lunchtime temperatures in the we are going to head into the 90s for the afternoon. but feels-like temperatures kind of a different story because it is going to feel like here. it is going to be kind of rough on the body with the high humidity. feel like in the upper 80s by 9:00 this morning. by the lunchtime, the heat index is going to be in the mid- to upper 90s. and then during the afternoon.it is as past 100 degrees. even in boston we are looking at a potential of a feels-like temperature of -- or just over
so this is dangerous heat if you are not prepared. a day to stay hydrated. make sure the cid taking breaks if they are spending time outside. 92 the actual high in boston and heat index should exceed by 10 degrees. 98 your high. 0 in worcester. 97 in nashua, new hampshire. middle 80s near the cape, and tomorrow, really similar temperatures and a better bet for afternoon storms. futurecast highlighting one to are two pop-ups this afternoon. this to me i'm a overdone. sarah wroblewski will be tracking those for you after 4 p.m. and more patchy fog. more humidity in play and during the afternoon that we got the best chance for all the hot and humid air in place and additional pop-up storms between today and tomorrow. the biggest issue ends up being just downpours attached to them. and that risk tomorrow goes from the afternoon into the evening. to even though friday night we are not going to have many storms out there. the risk across the board and we need to plan around that
night plans and maybe you are having somewhere to dodge in if you do have a passing storm. heaviest rain along the front will be sinking southward over the weekend which is why the chance rain goes up over the weekend. today and tomorrow mid-90s. heaviest rain will be north of the pike and into southern new hampshire. on sunday, better bet we have got all of massachusetts dealing with the downpours at times. 86 degrees and heaviest rain will go into monday morning and then finally we will see some improvement and we will drop the humidity a little bit next week. back to you. a popular lunchtime destination remains closed due to health code violations. coming up, the numerous things that need to be fixed and the outside help being brought in to do it. and the girl scouts are bringing the field of camping to the cookie booth. the two new cookies they are selling that may make you toss those thin mints. i will never toss those thin
producers of the upcoming movie "super troopers 2" plan to block traffic on a busy local street next month. the metro west daily news says the shoot will take place september 7 on fruit street in hopkinton. the sequel to the 2001 cult classic has filmed other scenes in massachusetts. actors were spotted at the quabbin reservoir last year. two sweet treats are being combined to create an unique snack but only for a limited time. nabisco now selling swedish fish, reos. flavored with cher tow taste like the penny candy and new new englanders will have to travel south. it will only be available at kroger smabingts. thing look absolutely gross. i don't think -- >> julie: i don't think i need to try it and i think you can find it online. >> did you have a oreo dipped
doyle a chocolate and milk now your honor. girl scouts are bringing a campfire favorite to your cookie booth. the scouts will sell two types of smore cookies. graham cracker dipped in chocolate like your suggestion. the other one will have -- a graham cookie sandwich chocolate and marshmallow. for anyone who is counting it starts in 143 days. >> sara: a i will not b those boxes. >> they are going on sale. chair you r shiri, i know you are kind of a cookie dealer. >> i might have three boxes of thin mints at my house. i might and some samoas. chance of rain will be going up each day as we go. libraryly staying dry. pop-ups were kind of widely scattered. over the weekend we are talking heavy rain. we will time them out next. brigham women's is making big steps in the treatment for
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>> shiri: this will be the hour that the fog will be at its worse between 7 and 8:00. look how warm the fog is. in the low to mid-70s from massachusetts into new hampshire. it is warm. it is very muggy. we have got a little bit of cloud cover. south as you wake up this morning, but it is visible that you are keeping a close eye on. fog toward the falmouth and vineyard. and dense fog to norwood. dense fog beverly. and down that's where we have some issues not so much in boston. portsmouth, new hampshire. one-and-a-half-mile visibility. and joffery and keene seeing a little bit of fog. orange it is also dense and in worcester, kind of light. it not slow you down too much. temperatures are the big story today. 74 at 7 a.m. 90 at noon with a heat indeck of 98. 96 at 3 p.m. feels-like temperature of 13 degrees. julie grauert is up now with
new accident. julie shiri, two new accidents to tell everybody about. 5 to 128. one at route 133 in andover. the other at concord street in wilmington. overall volume is still light and something to consider. it will cause those drive times to increase a little bit faster. over to the prey, moderate volume there. your live drive times. 32 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 21 minutes on the expressway. 41 minutes on 93 495 to to the leverett connector. back to you. checking out top stories this morning. the body of a new york city woman murdered while jogging in princeton. funeral plans will be made. they found vanessa m+ arcotte's body and a team of more than 25 officers have been working around the clock to find her killer. the paper also claims marcotte was found 100 yards off of
heavily wooded area and an autopsy has been performed but has not been released. today a man accused of stabbing two women will face a judge. the violent assault happened just after lunch yesterday sending shock waves for a quiet waltham neighborhood. fox25's jessica reyes is live outside court this morning with the questions surrounding this case. jess? >> well, sara, neighbors tell us that both of these women are mothers. they athey have always been -- in the 10 they say they were in fact targeted with people who know these two. they can't imagine how inform would want to hurt them. >> reporter: waltham police flooded weston street. a massive response to a home where two women were stabbed in a horrifying attack. police arrived to find bloody scene. a 2-year-old woman was stabbed several times and a 83-year-old woman was found with serious doubts her hand. the younger one still in
emmanuel lewis took off running an didn't get far. officers caught caught up with him a mile away from the commuter rail stop and charged with armed assault with intent to murder. a terrifying afternoon for neighbors and police are clear that the suspect and victims knew each other i don't want it to be like a random attack. kind of scary and right next door. >> reporter: eric lives down the street and eggs glad to hear police arrested someone, but the biggest question why these >> it is pretty peaceful and quiet, you know what i mean. things like that don't really happen. >> reporter: the two are related and lived in the neighborhood for more than ten years. he and the neighbors want to learn more. >> what would anybody think if this was their mom. i wish her the best and i hope she gets better. >> reporter: and police say both victims are expected to be okay eventually, but this morning, both of them are still in the hospital.
couple of arraignment and crews just before he gets here. live in waltham, jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. a former cambridge nanny that once faced murder charges is refusing to answer allegations in a civil suit. the globe says there is now a default rulings against aisley brady mccarthy. the parent are filed a wrongful death suit against the nanny. three years ago s charged with murder of the child's death but a new ruling by medical examiner. she lives in ireland and failed to respond to the lawsuit. they want her to not make money off of book rights and movie rights to her story. a local hospital is under investigation after a patient has a kidney removed by mistake. the telegram says the department of health is looking into a recent surgery at st. vincent hospital in worcester.
surgeon the doctor may are provided the wrong patient information to the surgical staff. a popular restaurant chain needs to fix serious problems that could put customers at risk. the group green location on boylston street closed for health care violations. a healthy chain known for soups and salads. on tuesday, city inspectors found 20 issues including several that are critical. in june, inspector cited the restaurant for impossible sanitation and keeping food at >> just reached the point that >> just reached the point that we are not comfortable that the violence is proper for the we are not comfortable that . >> daniel: sweet green will reopen once issues have been resolved and it passes inspection. country singer kenny chesney is coming to foxborough this month and causing some controversy in town. on tuesday, select men voted to extend curfew for the weekend concert at gillette
the curfew will now be extended from 11:15 p.m. to 11:3 on friday and 11:who on friday. chesney's chore said he needed the extra time to bring his crew on stage and thank them after the show. last month, guns and roses was not allowed to play past the curfew but did anyway. he was sent a warning level. chesney august 26 and 27. local doctors are testing a new treatment that could make a big difference for men facing poss facing poss trait cancer. researchers at brigham and women's are developed a procedure to destroy the tumors and does not impact sexual or urinary function. the treatment uses high heat to kill the tumor. prostate cancer is the number two cause of cancer deaths among american men. it was another costly blunder for the va. why one hospital spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on tvs only to leave them in boxes for more than two years.
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littleton has been cancelled today because of mechanical issues. so they are working to make sure the commuters can still get to their destination. double check on their website to see if you are impacted. waiting for an accident to clear on 93 south right after route 133 in andover. shiri. >> shiri: temperature in boston at 76 degree. talk about a warm and sticky start to the day. visibility not an issue here but we are still seeing pockets of dense fog that will lift by 8 a.m. we are looking for cool relief. it is hot. all of our beaches mid-80s for the cape. moderate risk of rip currents. plymouth at 90 degrees. 87 marblehead. 93 salisbury beach. 9 at hampton beach today. i will show you how much hotter it will get into boston and om our inland towns coming up. >> sara: a residents in many local towns are on alert. coyotes are come out of the wild and into their neighborhoods. only on fox25 this woman
cat. loretta scanlyn said it happened when she let her two cats out in the yard. seconds later she heard a loud scream and then saw one of the cats being dragged into the woods. you know, i have seen a lot of horrible things in the or after being a nurse, but in is something different. this is horrible. >> sara: wildlife experts say coyotes hunting small animals in the summer is normal, but this year's drought is forcing them to move deeper into neighborhoods ise many hard winemakers hard but the wine is good for their grapes. the black birch vineyards in south hampton say they are hoping to harvest fewer grapes but grapes will have more suing their drastically improves the quality of wine. >> this is really exciting. producer better than we anticipated. getting closer and closer of producing wine from our own grapes.
will bring that us to during her forecast as soon as those numbers are released. coming up on 6:43. keeping us up to date. checking in live with all of our reporters right after this break. plus she was abandoned when she was just a few days old at a local hospital. the clues this local woman sharing with facebook to try to track down her biological mom. and helping with more than just traffic problems. a new safety feature a popular
princeton. a late-night injury has david orti z living off the field. and shiri spear has a look at the clouds and when they will thin out. and dealing with the extreme heat in framingham. catherine parrotta. >> reporter: we are at the mbta commuter rail stop. it struggles in heat like this, especially in the worcester and framingham line. to far so good with the commuter rail today take precaution as we go into the next few very hot days and we heard shiri talking about it over 100 degrees in some locations come this afternoon. this is just the start of a few days of a heat wave. if you are looking for a way to cool off, extended hours in all state-run pools open until 7:30 tonight. in boston, officials are urging everyone to take precautions in the heat. they are concerned of the increased fire risk.
some of the regulations coming up in 15 minutes and we will hear from some commuter rail passengers about their expectations going into today as they take the trains. for now live in framingham, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. i am michael henrich reporting live in princeton. sources tell fox25 that the body of those killed on sunday while jogging here may be released to her family as soon as today. and this comes one day after her hometown of leominster held a vigil to honor the life investigators say the 27-year-old lived in new york but was visiting her mother here in princeton when she went for a jog and was killed. investigators have not released the as a result of an autopsy, but said that vanessa was found naked with burns to her body and might have been sexually assaulted after last being seen on brook station road. regulatoryers have received hundreds of tips and they have repeatedly stressed the need for people to keep coming
line. in 15 minutes, hear from the mayor offer who home town of leominster that happens to be the friend of vanessa's family. michael henrich, fox25 news. i am jessica reyes in waltham where a man is due in court accused of brutally attacking two women inside their home. police were called to a home on weston street just after lunchtime yesterday and found a bloody scene inside. they found a 52-year-old woman with several stab wounds and a her hand. the 52-year-old, we understand, is still in critical condition this morning. police tell us the suspect is 37-year-old emmanuel lewis. he took off running from the scene police say but they were able to arrest him a mile away from a commuter rail stop. the suspects and victims did know each other and made it very clear this was not a random attack and the public was never in any danger. coming up in 15 minutes, we
these two women that tell us that both of them lived in the neighborhood for more than ten years. jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. this morning, red sox fans are waiting to learn how long david ortiz will be out of action, but early reports are hopeful. last night big papi fouled a ball out of his right chin and lived off the field in pain. x-rays are negative and into broken bones. the team says or lifted from day to day. pitcher steven wright and mookie betts will be out of action with minor injuries. and shiri said this right here is the worst of the fog. a live look were for instanceton, and you can see just how -- for princeton you can see how just den it is. you said the clear skies is out -- dense it is. you said clear skies but it is
>> shiri: issues with fog. fog burns off 7, 8 a.m. and will be out of here quickly and issues with the heat and humidity. heat -- and this is the feels-like temperature 100 to 105 degrees. increasing rain chances each day as we go today. it will end up being the dry day of the mix. right now a temperature of 76 in boston. 69 degrees in norwood. 72 in worcester. check out norwood at 75 degrees as you wake up this morning. one of the fog -- one of my areashe 10 a.m., middle 80s. by noontime 91. highs in the mid-90s this afternoon. coastline is going to run a little cooler. new bedford at 78 degrees right now, and you will find temperatures right here peaked a little closer to 90. not so much the upper -- excuse me the mid- to upper 90s. this there is the breakdown 88 in bedford. 92 in boston. 84 in portsmouth, new hampshire going inland. where we get the really hot
95 in framingham. 98 in lawrence 97 in manchester. cape is mid-80s for you and zip tripping to westford tomorrow morning and we will tart off a lot like today with patchy fog. and 78 at 8 a.m. and by 10 a.m., a few more clouds around. only a slight risk of a morning shower tomorrow. hot and humid and temperatures are climbing into the mid and even upper 90s. but during the when we will find that risk of storms. one to are two pop-ups total. might even be a little too juicy with future cast. best chance for lonely storm south of the mass pike this afternoon. foggy and humid tomorrow morning once we get into the afternoon. it is hot. the wind from the southwest drawing in the heat and humidity. and start dealing with the pop-up into the afternoon. best chance for storms tomorrow north and west of
downpour. heavy rain spread south along that front. since it is slow moving, on saturday about a 60% chance of rain in boston but a better chance to the north closer to that front. 90 on saturday. still very humidity on sunday at 86. as that front comes through the best bet with heavy rain and slowly tart to clear out and humidity drops next week. julie grauert with a live look at drive time traffic and commuter rail. julie julie the people who use the fitchburg. from 495 is cancelled because of mechanical issues and they are presidenting other trains in place -- -- putting other trains in place to make sure passengers are accounted for. route 1 in andover causing slight delays past 495. as we shift south, route 1, 93 south looking good. live look at the zakim where volume is increasing on the bridge and over to the leverett connector.
37 minutes on 93 south. 23 minutes on the expressway as you make your way toward the exit for the pike. back to you. police shot and killed a man in canada who was plotting a terror attack in the name of isis. aaron driver was planning a lone wolf attack. a swat team raided his home in ontario yesterday. gunfire erupted and police shot and killed him. police spent most of the night searching the home for explosives. unclear if they found any. in a in a man accused of killing a melrose man at a colorado clinic. a judge will determine if he is mentally competent to stand trial. he shot and killed melrose native garrett swazey a twond other people. swazey was a police officer at a nearby university and was one of the first officers on scene. police say the suspect was upset that planned parenthood offered abortion services.
the airline completely shut down for hours. a small fire caused a outage and knocked critical computer systems offline. without that system the airline was forced to cycle thousands the flights. the ceo said it could be week before the airline know why is key back-up systems did not kick in. >> i own it. eye personally possibly for this happening and i will personally make sure this will not happen again. >> sara: normal and delta will be upgrading the situation as soon as an investigation is complete. a new safety feature added to the web site ways. it is called child reminder. the alert option became available last week with the most recent update of the app. the company says users from around the world asked for that alert and it also works for pets so owners don't leave them in hot cars. a western massachusetts woman is looking to solve the 25-year-old mystery
abandoned in a hospital bathroom. she is hoping that facebook will reconnect her with the mom she never knew. >> reporter: she know it is a long shot. >> i was literally shaking when i typed the post last night. >> reporter: munson native kathleen o'shea posted the message to her facebook page last night asking for her birth mother to message her back. >> i i don't know a name, i don't know anything about my father. >> reporter: it began in 1991 when she was abandoned in a bathroom at may state medical center in springfield. wrapped in a blanket with a bottle of milk. her name was jane doe i personally don't think she did anything wrong with back in then there was no save haven.
she grew up in the small town of munson with her adopted brother and sister. her family, a living one, but when she became a mom. >> the first time you rolled over, huh, from your back to your belly. >> reporter: she wanted to know more. her son chevy a 3, and her baby olivia is 5 months. kathleen wants her birth mom to know she is a grand moth tier. >> i don't go a day without thinking about my kids and i would think she doesn't really go a day without thinking of the would fully meet in a way. >> daniel: dozens people are been messaging kathleen with her own story and she reached out to the sergeant working the case at the time and says he has since retired and hope he has some answers. it was supposed to be about jobs, but governor baker snuck in something extra. the hidden addition to the state's economic development belt. big papi wasn't the only professional baseball player
paid $100 million to never play baseball again. julie, that is not bad. julie no, to never play, i will take it. and up to 20 minutes on 93 south from 495 or -- from the cloverleaf down to the leverett connector. shiri. starting in the 70s. a high around 96 today. 90 for tomorrow. a ton of heat and humidity. 90 for tomorrow. a ton of heat and humidity. i will introducing dunkin's new cold brew coffee, with an ultra-smooth, full-bodied flavor. discover the craft of cold brew today and keep on.
>> shiri: feeling like over 100? this afternoon. >> sara: two women, one of them in the 80s, attacked in local home. >> daniel: hundreds of thousands of dollars in brand-new tv paid for by taxpayers and never even taken out of the box. why va says veterans never >> rough night for the sox. they blew a lead and then this happened. we have the results from big papi's late night x-ray. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning. hope morning starting off great.