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what news reports are saying about the injury that kept tom brady off the field. >> announcer: new england news coverage starts right now, this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning 6 a.m. on this friday, august 19. . >> elizabeth: hurts when you say that. i am elizabeth hopkins. and our crew is out on the zip trip. a m michele lazcano are all live at christopher columbus park on the north end for our zip trip this morning. good morning, guys. >> gene: good morning. any more gorgeous morning we have seen? spectacular this morning. >> sara: look at that stha sunrise. i know you can't see it. the cloud line. it is perfect and so happy to be on the north end. >> gene: a great morning lined up. a lot of fun and maybe a lot of food, i don't know. [ laughter ] the diets are out the window.
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>> sara: for the next 24 hours and a gorgeous day. >> shiri: starting off
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our rain will go from 80 to 88 degrees with a mix of sun and scattered clouds. that sea breeze left-hand side boston and the entire coastline at the lower end of that rain. town by town and the weather you should plan for the weekend coming up in just minutes. all the way back to dedham because we have a check on live drive time traffic. >> thank you so much, shiri. and the patches of fog not really impacting our roads right now. if you want to head out to the north end, a great time to do so. north of the pike, 93 southbound and the pike itself, not seeing any delays. we are starting to see pockets of delays near naponset on the expressway. the worst we saw just about ten minutes ago now easing up, and you can see right here near the gas tank. traffic is running smoothly. it is going to take 21 minutes on 93 southbound from 495 to the leverett connector. and 21 minutes on 128 from route 1 to the weston tolls. back to you. we have breaking news this morning in woburn where police are investigating a stab
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michael henrich live at that restaurant where that investigation stands at this hour. good morning, michael. >>reporter: in arrests in this stabbing according to the middlesex district attorney's office that, in an update we got 45 minutes ago. the cleanup crew -- the crime scene cleanup crew showed up about ten minutes ago and from our video from earlier you can right outside the front entrance of jake and joe's sports grill in woburn near 128. and left out the most graphic images. an unpleasant site. we left those out. the da's office said the stabbing victim is a 31-year-old man now in critical condition, and police told us on scene that it
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midnight. very important now. no arrests have been made just yet and we are reaching out to them once again to see if there is any information to release to the public that could be help envelope allowing the public to help investigators, and as soon as we get that critical update, we, of course, will bring it to you right here on fox25. for now we are following breaking news live in woburn, the death of a toddler sparking an investigation. the 15-month-old died after being hurt being hurt at his baby sitter's house. his twin sister was taken to the hospital as well. questions now surround what happened to those kids. fox25's jason law is live in woburn at the apartment where those kids were staying, jason jays yeah, elizabeth. that toddler was unresponsive and not breathing when someone called 911 at the apartments in w woburn. we have learned that the boy has since passed away some time last night and investigators are trying to figure out what happened.
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larson just 15 months old died thursday night at boston's children's hospital. fox25 has also learned noah's twin sister, emmy, is under medical evaluation after siblings were found in an apartment on kelby street. the district attorney's office said the twins were in the care of a baby sitter when someone dialed 911 monday afternoon. district attorney marion ryan said her office began looking into this case tuesday. >> we are in the very early stages of the investigation. in the process of trying to gather the information talking to people. obviously looking at evidence. so we not in a position to talk about any of the details. >> reporter: investigators are not saying why the boy died or if the death was suspicious. the family told fox25 it is too soon to talk about what is going on. the family friend did start a go fund me account to help with the unexpected medical costs and now funeral expenses. i have reached out to the
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get an update to see how little emmy is doing. as soon as we get an update on the status, we will pass it along to you. no charges have been filed and it is unclear if any will be. jason law, fox25 news. a teen is being held without bail accused of trying to kill his family during a vacation in florida. 16-year-old gus ramgren confessed to stabbing his mother and 14-year-old brother. both remain in critical condition. the family was on siesta key when neighbors received a 911 call. the mother was a teacher in newton and shocked by the news. >> very nice family. a dynamite lady and you know -- the kids are nice too. i don't really see them too much. they go stay with their father a lot. fox25 spoke with the teen's father feeter who lives in alaska. on his way back to massachusetts to be with the family. this morning a braintree man remains in police custody
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toddler from the grocery store. the shirtless man is 37-year-old steven o'brian. he picks up the boy last friday at the south shore indian market casually walking off with the 1-year-old lung over his shoulder. the little boy's father confronted o'brian and confronted him. >> the father had the eye on the kid the whole time. the father asked him what are you doing and he gave the kid right back. thank goodness no struggle there. brian had a, quote, disturbing blank look in his eyes and and to be on drugs. o'brian is charged with kidnapping and resisting arrest. he is being held instead of cash bail and due to appear via video in court next month. boston police are questioning a driver who plowed through a tour group in downtown boston. it happened at the intersection of school and washington streets right along the freedom trail yesterday afternoon. at least three people including a child was hit. cell phone video as you can
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people were trying to pick up the car and pull the victims out from under it. a witness tells fox25 that the woman driving wasn't going to stop. >> she realized she hit them and she tried to take off with them under the car, but the crowd -- about 200 people came out of nowhere and mobbed the car and they want allow her to go. >> reporter: witnesses say the woman then ran into a nearby building with her cell phone where she was eventually tracked down by police. it is unclear if she was on the phone at the time of the crash. hurt, but they are expected to survive. 6:08 right now. police are investigating what caused this serious crash in south boston. breaking news last night at 10. two cars crashed at the intersection of old colony ave and dorchester street. one of the two cars took down a pole. we know at least two people were taken to the hospital. we are working to get an update on the condition. patriots won their second preseason game against the bears but came with drama. fans were surprised when
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the qb had to leave gillette before kickoff. he cut his thumb on his throwing hand while cleaning his cleats and say get the man some fiskers. his hand will be just fine and bill belichick was asked about the or deal and in typical belichek form, he said i made the decision for him not to play. they face the panthers next week. breaking news out of bra glil zill the ryan lochke will leave brazil but at a cost. the lawyer for olympian jimmy feigen will pay $11,000 to leave the country. he is the last person left in brazil since the scandal unfolded. gunnar bentz and jack conger got their passports back after being questioned by police. they were whisked through airport security as you see, past a mob of reporters and headed home. on sunday ryan lochke and the
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other three swimmers partied at a club. afterwards, surveillance video show them at a gas station. the olympians were drunk and vandalized that gas station and made up the robbery as a cover-up. lochke got into an angry confrontation with one of the security guards that eventually pulled a gun on you the athletes. the u.s. olympic committee apologizend and they said they will decide whether to punish the swimmers. no one was charged and they apologize. traffic and weather every ten minutes southbound into the city. not seeing any delays. speeds at 64 miles per hour. and if you were headed to the north end where shiri spear is, it is really good right now, shiri. >> shiri: hey, good morning, stephanie. it looks fantastic out here. temperatures in the 80s. a little cooler in the city of boston today as opposed to what it was yesterday, but we still have a ton of upper 80s.
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and into next week, things start cooling down. when to plan around the sunshine and a few showers in the mix coming up next. two phone companies pulling out all the stops in the fight for customers. now print and t-mobile offering unlimit dade at that and comes with a catch. the quality compromise that customers will have to deal with if they want to stream nonstop. donald trump says he regrets some of his more colorful comments. what he said that has caused
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. love that sound on this friday. 6:14. welcome back. >> 6:14 is the perfect time to put on the water because time for pasta. zip tripping to the north end. where we will find sara underwood who will be playing a hill bocchi. >> sara: such a great time touring the north end. as you know it is the little italy of boston. on every street corner you can find a beautiful pasta, a canoli and a game of bocchi, a sport that has been popular for century in italy and other countries and a big hit here. i met up with friends from the north end who tell me they love the support because it is competitive and all about
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>> reporter: head on over to commercial street on the north end in any given day. >> too hard, too hard. >> reporter: you will likely see a group of north end regulars playing a competitive game of bocchi. >> a lot of screaming and holler and a lot of kibitzing, making fun of each other. bocchi to me, personally, is an opportunity for boyhood friends to socialize and to compete and to have some fun. it's -- it's -- it's a special activity for us. >>reporter: there particular league called fon, friends of the north end. >> the best thing that happened to me in my life. >> reporter: they have been playing for 16 years together but life-long friends born and raised in boston's little italy. some playing little league together as young boys,
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softball. >> as we age we ended up playing the games that we watched our fathers and grandfathers play when we were kids. >> the best things about bocchi that anybody can play. >> i can't play football anymore. i certainly can't. i never did play baseball. this is idea with a broken back or broken leg. who have canes. who have their hands wrapped up. you can play bocchi. >> reporter: i found out all you need it a little focus, a few tips from a pro and perh >> kind of bouncing off the wall. give a good push now. give it a good push. look at this shot. look at this shot! look at this shot. [cheering] >> awesome. >> if you can show up sunday, we can use you on our team. >> sara: and i definitely may take them up on that. i am telling you, it is such a
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and such a great group of guys. the bocchi courts on the north end, anyone can play. it is open to the public. bring your kids out, old and young and if you were part of a group like the friends of the north end, do you have to get a permit and that's easy. go to the parks department. anyway, come on down and send it back out to stephanie for live drive time traffic. >> stephanie: sara, that just looks like so much fun and you were really good there. wow. if you were headed to the north end, many problems on the road right now. 93 southbound, the pike looking good at this point in time. the only slow spot is the expressway. it is starting to -- you are starting to see some delays near naponset right there, and nothing too much to worry about. meantime, the zakim bridge, everything is running up to speed right there. it will take you 16 minutes though on the expressway from the braintree split to the mass pike. 21 minutes on 93 southbound from 495 to the leverett connector. and now we will head back to
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the north end with shiri spear. shiri, i actually have a bocchi set for the beach and probably a good idea and a good time do that. . >> shiri: yeah, you know what -- [inaudible] it is fantastic outside. we have slight shower chances today and tomorrow. more so as we get into under night and monday. and we are counting off the rain. you know what stressed me how much the drought map is starting to look like a fall foliage map. at this point we have an expanding extreme drought and has area. we have 17% of the state under an extreme drought. we desperately need the rain. and it is going to kind of trickle down and have impact as we go into the next season here. as we go into the fall. in the form of foliage. so you can expect hardest hit ones, tree also be ones with shallow roots. foliage will turn faster and last left. and the colors will not be as vibrant.
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and fall off. slight risk of a pop-up today and tomorrow. if we get it one lonely shower sunday into monday as we mentioned. right now if you were hitting the roads, our hot pot in boston. 73. a lot of the burbs currently in the 60s. you can see this hour by hour warm-up carried boston up to 8 degrees. it is going to be fairly bright. i am anticipating a mix of sun and scattered clouds. about 80 in boston. 82 beverly and portsmouth, new hampshire. 82 in plymouth. chatham. mid- to upper 80s further inland and another hot day inland. 90s yesterday. we probably will get 90s again today. that onshore wind is going to keep the coastline a little cooler there. you can ethe pop-ups mostly focused across rhode island, and perhaps western massachusetts, and this slight risk that we will get something inland topping between 2 and 8 p.m. after that the friday night plans will be nice and safe. a quiet night to your saturday
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pop-ups over western new england. a slight chance in central mass. the chances are so low, i do not want to you cycle any of your outdoor plans. a front that is getting closer and closer and most of that rain will fall sunday night into monday. 80s in boston tomorrow. 80 on sunday. 80 in worcester tomorrow. 78 on sunday and mid- to upper 80s both days in spots like concord and hartford, connecticut. the weekend always overnight and monday morning, into early afternoon and we should see late-day clearing into 88 degrees. drop in humidity that is gradually working its way up. a look at that humidity forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes. for now back over to you. >> daniel: shiri, thank you. cutting down on terrorist tweets. still ahead on fox25 news, how
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welcome back to our zip trip at christopher columbus park overlooking harbor. one of my favorite things about boston is the rich history and it is everywhere. whether you realized it or not you walked along the freedom trail. the 2.5-mile route runs along the city with 16 historic sites. walking up hills and cobblestones important have strong legs. fortunately my trainer at planet fitness has been helping me get in shape all summer all the trail. >> reporter: so tell me, some people have trouble getting motivated. >> yes. >> reporter: how do you help someone who is in a rut? >> we the city down with them and deion their own program with them. we tell them the medical issues and how often they are goes to could am to the gym and design a program that will motivate them to get back to their healthy self. >> reporter: so it is nice have a trainer. >> yes. >> reporter: when you don't think you can keep up with yourself. >> yes, definitely. >> reporter: a lot of yo-yo
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take me through what we do today. >> today we will do lunges. your head up and shoulders back. you can have your hands on your hip or use bells like that. swinging your hands. this is working the quads, the hamstring and the gluts. and you can switch it off and step back in line. and walk in line. don't go too far. to have great posture. >> if you were getting your day started. you want to do the lunges. >> reporter: how many reps, how often. >> three sets of 12 on each leg. you the that the between legs. >> reporter: you exercise and you are ready to tackle the day and hiking, biking. >> yes, all that. >> reporter: thanks, kelsey. >> yep. >> michele: thanks to kelsey with planet fitness.
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membership of planet fitness. they helped me to keep their workouts fun and comfortable. thanks again and send it back to you. democratic president hall candidate hillary clinton says former secretary of state colin powell advised her to use the personal e-mail account. the fbi handed over notes about the three-and-a-half-hour interview with clinton. in those notes clinton claims that powell suggested she use a private account. also an e-mail exchange from also an e-mail exchange from 2009 that showed clinton asked him about his e-mail practices during the george w. bush administration. last month, the bureau's director decided not to pursue criminal charges in the case. republican presidential candidate donald trump is backtracking on many of his colorful comments. during a campaign stop yesterday in north carolina, trump admitted to making mistakes when speaking. >> sometimes in the heat of debate and speak on a multitude of issues, you don't
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say the wrong thing. i have done that. and i do regret it. particularly where it may have caused personal pain. >> trump says he has never been politically correct because it takes too much time. a new pew research survey that show donald trump close on the heels of hillary clinton. the closest number we have seen this week. if the election was held today, a 41% o support clinton and 37% will vote trump. you can see third-party candidates gary i don't knowon and jill stein trailing behind with much lower support. twitter is ramping up a digital war on terror. they have suspended 235,000 accounts for promoting terrorism. the specific accounts or terrorist groups were not identified; however, many are believed to be associated with isis which has been especially active on twitter and other social networks spreading
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'. you. i want to show you live pictures of crime scene tape still surrounding a sports bar in woburn as police continue to investigate a stabbing outside this popular sports bar. cleanup crews just arrived within the last half hour. our michael henric 15 minutes. in the meantime, we want to turn to the weather. really is a nice bit of summer that is on the way and may be perfect for some pasta or maybe even a cannoli. >> and there are many. >> there are. many options in the north end. fox25's shiri spear. a tsar and gene lavanchy are live. gene, take the cannoli. >> gene: how about
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either-or and throw a little bocch nishtion there. >> sara: you know the north end. my husband took me on one of the first dates here to harman. a very romantic city to go to if you are in love. >> gene: or hungry. >> michele: if you are not in love and hungry, it is still great. >> gene: or with someone you don't really like, a good meal just the same. >> shiri: i feel like the sunshine just hit your face, no? the n beautiful sunrise, but we do have a couple of spots like keene and orange where fog has gotten a little thicker in the last hour. we are not talking dense fog so shouldn't cause many slowdowns. 73 in boston. 65 in norwood. sharon right now at 69 degrees. and a little further south. 70 across the cape and nantucket. marshfield at 73 degrees. 70 in worcester. a lot of 60s on the map from central massachusetts into southern new hampshire. still in my opinion a very
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at 8 a.m., 76 degrees. 78 by 10:00. we get up to about 8, but a sea breeze is actually going to warm up along the coastline. boston could temporarily touch the lower 80s today. same for the cape at about 80 degrees. inland towns and cities where it is hot, upper 80s again. a town by town look at that, plus your look at your beach forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes opinion send you all the way back to stephanie coueignoux with a check of the roads this friday morning. >> reporter: thank you, shiri. it may be a the sunglasses handy if you are hitting the roads. we are starting to see slows !lowwwndown s on 93 southbound on route 3 in the arlington area taking a look south on the expressway. delays starting near naponset for your morning commute and on the tobin bridge slow and steady. 23 minutes on 93 southbound from 495 to the leverett connector and 22 minutes on 128 from route 1 to the weston
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>> stephanie, thank you. breaking news woburn. a 31-year-old man is in critical condition after being stabbed outside the restaurant jake and joe's. around 12:20 this morning just after jake and joe's closed for the night it happened. our reporters on the scene getting the latest information, and we will have a live report from them in 15 minutes. we continue to follow developing news out of woburn where a 1-year-old boy has died and his twin sister remains hospitalized. fox25 obtained the call log that shows 15-moh john larson was rushed to the hospital on monday and last night we learned he died of his injuries. his twin sister, emmy, was also taken to the children's hospital, but we don't know her condition. the middlesex county da said a baby sitter also a family friend was watching the children. she wouldn't comment whether this was a criminal investigation or something accidental. everett police officer is on unpaid leave and facing charges. michael morrey is accused of
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pregnant wife in the face and kick her in the stomach during an argument. morrey was arrested but in court, the fight actually started the night before. he was sobbing and they were having a verbal argument of having females in the house when she was away. the argument continued into this particular day. >> elizabeth: morrey was released and bail and fitted with a gps monitor and. a local man skipping out on a court date for animal cruelty. following the mare rick the dog case. the german shepherd spent days tangled in his leash until he chewed off part of his foot to escape. his owner was due in court but never showed. maverick has since been adopted. the animal rescue league is trying to track down the owner of a cockatoo found in the trash. the bird named mayfield is on the road to recovery after
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and trash left out last month. if the owner is found, he or she is facing animal cruelty charges. an investigation is under that by fall river into a series of suspicious fires. the fires are all happening in the ruggles park area. so far over the last month, two triple-decker homes, a garage and five cars have all been burned. at least some of the fires have been ruled "arson." fire officials are hoping that witnessofs come forward to help them in the investig help them in the investigation. a celebration turns terrifying right in the middle of a reception. [explosion] >> elizabeth: the group taking responsibility for this attack outside a venue. a fall staple may be able to find this year. the weather problem that has cranberry farmers bracing for
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there are so many great spots to and we try a lot of them, but first a little taste of the town. entrepreneur and restauranteur frankie. >> i would like to take you through a little tour of the neighborhood and i hope you enjoy it and i will show you what we do here and hopefully we will take you back to italy. >> michele: sounds good. >> i love it here. i tell you. i absolutely love it here. this is my restaurant. it means four, quatro which was my fourth restaurant and a
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we have my premiere restaurant, okay. and it is rico. recently about two two weeks ago we won the five star diamond for this restaurant and my other restaurant mish mitsubishi one of my old favorites. a very classy move that you started this beautiful place and left the sign up here, a sign that people have known and loved for years. >> thank you, and i hope they love it for many years to come. >> michele: my husband and i fell in love there. one of the place so as many years ago and we were wondering what happened to it. >> today this is the five-star diamond award that we just received two weeks ago. this is any gelateria. >> michele: mmm ... i got to finish it. want come. -- want some? >> michele: it was so good. we will hear more from frank and some of the other great restaurants we went to. first back to the studio and get you caught up on the news
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amazing starting at this hour. we are starting to see traffic on the expressway. 17 minutes from the braintree split to the mass pike. and that does translate to just a slower and steadier ride on the expressway. the sun is shining. let's head it over to shiri spear back in the north end, and shiri, i know that you are tracking some warmer temperatures today. >> shiri: yeah, indeed. some warmer temperatures headed in for today. another good warm-up. right now 73 in boston. even the mild. you will find dew points in the middle 60s which means it will going to be a touch humid. not necessarily dry heat but not the humidity you will ever see. a little stickier. in dennis, 793782 plymouth and the vineyard. those beaches north of boston. 80 in marblehead. 77 in gloucester and lower 80s hampton. it is going to be even hotter than that for our inland towns and cities and where we will
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today and what dined of temps we are talking for the weekend coming up in just a few. back to you. the current drought may make it more difficult to find cranberries come fall. the usda is predicting this year's crop will be impacted by the lack of rainfall in the state. some cranberry farmers are expecting a smaller yield than last year, but they are hopeful for a little more rain to help with water levels. cranberries are one of massachusetts main crops. t-mobile and sprint competing for customers looking for unlimited mobile. new plans but they come with some restrictions. data but with limiting music and video streaming quality. the one plan coming out in september will have limited streaming quality. user also not be able to have high definition or they will have to pay extra. >> elizabeth: how about a nice thursday wedding. forget the weekend nuptials. a number people are saying i
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$33,000 and can be significantly higher in some cities, but changing the wedding date from traditional dates can bring down the cost considerably. according to the knot, 6% of couples got married on a thursday and not bad. some of us were -- some of the directors were saying you need to take off thursday and the friday. and -- and you can save some money, do it. >> absolutely. we are following breaking news in woburn this morning where a stabbing happened at a jake and questions are swirling around the death of a 15-month-old boy and the hospitalization of his twin sister. that reporter is joining us live after the break. counting down to the opening of the wynn casino. when the resort is opening gamblers. >> a picture of lightning turning heads on facebook. the animal people are seeing in this photo that has made it the animal people are seeing in this photo that has made it an introducing dunkin's new cold brew coffee, steeped slowly in cold water for small batches
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restaurant closed. and you can ein our video, several evidence marker, at least 18 marking the ground where a pool of blood was right outside the front door. we are working to find out more information, because the district attorney's office says no arrests have been made. if any details come to light that can help the public, help investigators, we will pass them along to you right away. for now we are following breaking news and reporting live from woburn, michael henrich, fox25 news. in woburn where the death of a toddler sunday investigation this morning. we first told but the case in the news yesterday at 8:00 -- 6:00. noah john larson 15 months old died some time last night at boston children's hospital. his twin sister emmy is under medical evaluation after the two siblings were found in the apartment off of kilby street in wopurpose. the district attorney's office said the twins were in the care of a babysitter when
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afternoon. investigators are not saying how the boy died. they are still investigating this. we have contacted the da's office to see how emmy, the sister sr. are doing. no charges have been filed and unclear if any will be filed. they are working with the da's office and dcf to get to the bottom of what happened here. jason law, fox25 news. breaking news on that swimmer scandal in brazil. american swimmer jimmy feigen has agreed to pay a $11,000 fine to leave he was one of four swimmers along with ryan lochke accused of making up a story about a robbery to cover up a fight and vandalism at a rio gas station. more on that investigation coming up at 7:00. fire fighters from california say they are getting closer to containing the blue cut wildfire. as of last night the fire 22% contained more than the 4% contained yesterday morning. the fire continued in los angeles and burned 56 square miles.
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and the presidential candidates are planning visits to baton rouge as floodwaters recede for thousands of people. the flooding in louisiana is now the worst u.s. natural disaster since hurricane sandy. it has destroyed 40,000 homes and displaced tens of thousands of people. reports say president obama has been briefed on the damage, but it is unlikely to leave his ray dietitian make a visit to the state. donald trump and mike pence are headed to the area today and hillary clinton is expected to visit louisiana next week. a bride and groom celebrating their wedding ducked for cover after a car bomb explodes right outside the eventual pup take a look. that bomb went off earlier this week in turkey. they are blaming a kurdish separatist group for the deadly bombing this week. florida officials are investigating whether mosquitos are spreading the zika virus.
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in one area of miami but tourism officials are concerned of possible economic impacts if the mosquito-borne virus spreads any further. 34 cases reported in florida. and an official statement of a travel advisory is expected within the next two days. the $2 billion casino in everett is set to open june 2019. the date was announced during a meeting with the state gaming commission. construction began earlier this month after the project received a they hope to have 150 construction workers on-site by the end of the year. somerville is considering whether to file an pale against the casino in federal court. the deadline is next week. one national park staffer was in the right place at the right time to capture an unusual picture during a thunderstorm. let's see if you see it when you pull out here. what does that look like? >> maybe a snake. >> elizabeth: a snake or a
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like a t-rex. it looked like it was getting ready to eat the blue mesa formation. >> daniel: a great photo. >> elizabeth: a great photo. taken in arizona petrified forest park. i wonder what they were pet phied with. just kidding. gorgeous weather in the north end where they are glyph tripping this morning. hey, shiri. >> shiri: good morning. t-rex, i le e their short t-rex and the authority h short arms. very slight weather. if we get it, it will be isolated. once he hit saturday night -- excuse me sunday night into monday is when we will bring in the next widespread chance of showers. showers like -- you heard us talk about this. we have drought conditions and we need the rain. now looking back 25 years ago talk about the rain. we are remembering hurricane bob that made landin all rhode island twice of block island
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a lot of category one force winds. a lot of rain and wind damage. crazy to think last time we had a hurricane was hurricane bob and 25 years ago. but, you know, we are watching the tropics right now. we have fiona in the open atlantic. not a hazard to us today. we have high pressure ruling and that will keep us generally dry for the next two days and helps with that sea breeze popping up. the cold front way off to the west. that is our next shot of rain. that is the one that will come future -- in sunday night into monday. temperatures that work their way into the middle 70s. mostly sunny. scattered clouds that mix in through the day. to at noontime, i say lower 80s in most communities including probably boston, but that sea breeze is going to keep a lot of our beaches in the upper 70s/lower 80s through the afternoon whereas inland towns and city get a lot hotter. mid- to upper 80s there. at 5 p.m. the slight risk of a shower over connecticut, rhode
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i mentioned i don't expect it to amount to much, but i don't want to rule it out for inland massachusetts either, to i would say framingham, norwood, lawrence and westwood on the lookout for very slight risk. overall, 88 framingham. 89 fitchburg. about 80 in boston and 83 in worcester. over the weekend low 80s both days. in boston. 85 in foxborough tomorrow. 83 on under. middle 80s both days and nashua, new hampshire. that risk of rain not into play late on monday. and futurecast over western new england tomorrow afternoon. i would count on partly to even mostly sunny skies. even the closer to the coast. the brighter of both days this weekend. 3 p.m. sunday, showers tracking through new york but not reaching most of massachusetts or most of new hampshire. probably until after 8 p.m. if you have sunday night plans.
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levels will be lightly sticky but they will continue to rise up as we go through the weekend. starts getting pretty humid by late sunday into monday. monday we have thunderstorms coming through. late-day improvements. highs 83. seasonable highs in the lower 80s on tuesday and wednesday. no shortage of sunshine. even thursday looking dry and about 86. humidity will start to rise again. only one day on there that i ensure will get some rain on we will start to see major slow downs on naponset of the delays stretching into the quincy area. again definitely, you will add some time now to the north of the pike. we are also starting to see some delays on 93 southbound in the somerville area and also in the arlington area on route 3. and tobin bridge, slow and steady. so no issues right there. it is going to take you 22 minutes on 93 southbound from 49 to the leverett connector.
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minutes on 128 from route 1 to the weston tolls. we are going to head it back to the north end with sara underwood. sara, you already perfected bocchi ball. so what's next? >> sara: next, a whole lot of food. if you have never been to the north end, you are in for quite a treat, especially if you love pasta, pizza, some history, and a whole lot of character. you met up with some north end locals who told me some of their favorite spots. >> just and we are part of the great people. ? >>reporter: on a sunny sunday morning, gus, richie, richard and i sat down in little italy of boston, the north end, home of these long-time friends. ?. it brings back history. it brings back flavor. i am waiting for the aroma. every now and then i will catch a macaroni cooking or a gravy cooking. i mean, that's what i look
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should look for when they come down. >> reporter: dozens of restaurants that line the cobblestone streets in the neighborhood and they ait is impassible to -- impossible to find a bad meal from high end. >> they have a balcony that cost $300. only for two people. >>reporter: it a simple slice. umberto's a one of their faves and pizzeria regina. >> it has been there for years. they have a booth. i was a baby. >> same grease >> the best pizza around. >> reporter: for dessert, the cannoli at mike's pastry where it is so good that there is often a line down the block or modern pastry. >> reporter: work off the pasta and the cannolis, what do you do on the north end? >> walk. >> walk. >> reporter: you can walk and shop or check out the historic sites. the old north church, the paul
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the freedom trail. there is no neighborhood that is finer. >> there is so much here. to me, it's a flavor. and like said before, it is like an affair. this is wonderful. a a it is wonderful and minority end friends said if you are going to come on a weekend for sinner, be sure to make a reservation. the place is absolutely packed. or the tuesday. now send it over to michele lazcano for firehouse friday. >> michele: good morning. i am here with lieutenant jamie mclaughlin. the boston fire department. what is the engine and ladder. >> engine 8, ladder 1. >> michele: off marine unit. >> yes we do. >> michele: the challenge in the north end and the street so narrow and people parking where they are not supposed to. >> hard to get down the
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and end of the seat that you are not supposed to park and a lot of people don't look at the signs and park anyway. it is very difficult. and we just -- >> michele: you wish they would watch the signs. that is just a limb reminder to everyone when you are parking the north end. keep things clear for the fire department and make things a little easier. where to eat on the north end. you don't give them specifics, send them everywhere. >> we send them everywhere. they are all great. all ca to them. >> michele: i asked everybody what their favorite spot was. what is your favorite restaurant. >> the lieutenant's favorite. >> what is your favorite. >> lieutenant. >> whatever the lieutenant likes. >> michele: there you go and you won't tell me, will ya. we want to thank you for all do you in the north end and throughout the city and set you up with dunkin' donuts to bring back to everyone. thanks again for everything. >> thank you. mish mitsubishi all right,
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right answer. i will have what the boss is having, right. a political battle is playing out in one local neighborhood. a trump supporter taking drastic measures to keep a thief from stealing signs, but it didn't work. the mean message that the person left behind that got the attention of police. the expensive works for fenway park. the multimillion dollar plans that have fans a better view game. as rush hour is well under way, major delays on the expressway that will take you 18 minut split to the mass pike. shiri. and disturbing out in the north end this morning, and the conditions couldn't be any more perfect. 70s here at 10:00. also i will show you how hot it gets in boston compared with some of of the inland
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four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few.
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>> elizabeth: gruesome scene police found and search for the suspect this morning. >> jason: 15-month-old boy is dead and sister hospitalized. >> daniel: olympic scandal unfolding overnight and huge fine one of the swimmers is paying to get home. >> elizabeth: tom brady was in uniform but no show on the field. the injury that the happened right before the game forced him to leave. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning, it is 7:00 a.m., i'm daniel miller. >> elizabeth: it is going to be sunny and dry ahead. we have our zip trip this morning near the coast. good morning. >> sara: good morning,
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be here. how can you not love the north end with food and fabulous people. we are so excited to chow town and meet great, wonderful people today. >> gene: speaking of great wonderful people from a great organization we have friends from abc too. >> michelle: executive director. >> i'm executive vice president and abcd is organization that helps low income people live with dignity and opportunity to get on with north end led by maria stella really helped elders live with dignity and be safe, be isolated and wonderful things for them. >> michelle: why do you love this? >> i love because i can give back to the community and very big in the center the program


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