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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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of nations together, people that come here for opportunities and learn english, and it is wonderful to see them work together and get along and help each other. >> thank you for all that you guys do. >> michelle: shiri, we check with you on the weather. >> shiri: it is italian day. >> typical italian day. >> shiri: i will take italian day everyday. 74 in boston, got a couple 60s happening tight in the burbs right now, 67 in bedford, 66 in norwood, but lower 70s ruling from lawrence to beverly to nashua, over to worcester and down to plymouth this morning. here is look at what you should plan around for the rest of the day because we got boston getting up to about 83? by noon, 86? an average afternoon temperature but cooler at the beaches so the range goes from 80 to 88?, town by town look at temperatures, not just day but into the weekend. stephanie coueignoux with live drive time traffic.
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we are talking about a stalled vehicle right before winter street and this is on the shoulder and as you could see it is causing some issues there, just the usual slowdown on 93 southbound starting in somerville and then on the expressway again rush-hour traffic is in full swing, you will see the delays running through neponset. that's translating actually into a pretty smooth ride there on the gas tank, so not too many issues right there. you are going to have 23 minutes it will take on you 93 southbound from 495 to the 24 minutes on 128 from route 1 to the weston tolls. back to you. >> elizabeth: we want to to start with bruno in woburn. 31-year-old man in critical condition after being stabbed outside the restaurant jake and joe's. now, police say it happened around 12:20 this morning just after the restaurant closed to the night. police clean-up crews came up earlier to remove more than dozen evidence markers placed there overnight. live report from woburn, that will come up in 30 minutes.
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boy. the toddler was rushed to the hospital, along with his twin sister on monday, and last night we learned he died. fox25 jason law live outside the woburn apartment where a babysitter was watching the kids when a call was made to 911. >> jason: someone called 911 and still breathing but unresponsive in woburn. we learned that the district attorney's office the now the investigation is on to figure out why. investigators say noah john larson, 15 months old died thursday night at boston children's hospital. fox25 has also learned noah's twin sister, emmy, is under medical investigation after she was found on kilby street. the twins were in the care of a babysitter when someone dialed 911 monday afternoon.
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into the case tuesday. >> very early beginning stations of the investigations and as you understand we are in the process of gathering investigation, talking to people, looking at evidence and not in position to talk about any of the details. >> jason: family told fox25 it is too soon to talk about what's going on but a family friend did start a gofundme account to help with the unexpected medical costs and now funeral investigators not releasing much information at this point, but we know nobody has been arrested, nobody has been charged. we have reached out to the district attorney's office this morning to get an update on how little emmy is doing, and as soon as we get her status update we will bring that to you. for now live in woburn this morning, jason law, fox25 news. >> daniel: jason, thank you. framingham teen accused of trying to kill his family while in florida. 16-year-old gust ramgren
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and 14-year-old brother wednesday night. both remain in critical condition this morning. the family was on vacation in siesta key, florida when police received a 911 call. the teen's mother, melissa, is second grade teacher in newton and was expected back in the classroom within the next few weeks. >> elizabeth: this morning braintree man replansed in police custody accused of trying to kidnap a toddler from a grocery store. the shirtsless man is 47-year-old steven o'brien. he is accused of trying to at south shore indian marketed and see him casually walking off with the boy. the boy's father followed him and confronted him. >> good thing the father had the eye on kid the whole time. the father -- you know, he asked him what are you doing, gave the kid right back, and thank good there was no struggle there. >> elizabeth: there was report on o'brien's arrest. the arresting officer said he
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blank look on his eyes and appeared to be on drugs. he is being held on cash bail and in court next month. >> daniel: driver plowed through tour group in school and washington street right along the freedom trail yesterday afternoon. at least three people including a child were hit. cell phone video as you see here shows the chaotic scene as people try to pick up the car and pull the victims out from under it. witness tells fox 25 the woman drivin >> she realized she hit him and tried to take off with him under the car and crowd 200 people came out of nowhere and just mobbed the car and it wouldn't allow her to go. >> daniel: witnesses say the woman ran into a nearby building where the -- with with the 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. we are told the victims were hurt but expected to survive.
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>> elizabeth: breaking news out of brazilian. the fourth person will leave brazilian but at a cost. the lawyer for olympic swimmer james feigen says that he will pay almost $11,000 to leave the country. last person left in brazil since the scandal unfolded. last night swimmers gunnar bentz and jack conger got their passports back after being questioned by police. they were whisked through airport security past a mob of reporters and headed home. ryan lochte and other swimmers partied at a afterward surveillance showed shows them at a gas station. the olympians were drunk and vandalized the station and then made up the robbery as a cover story. police say lochte got into an angry confrontation with a secured who pulled a gun on athletes. no one has been charged and people are pressuring lochte to apologize. >> daniel: it is 7:00 ser seven right now. the patriots won the second
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drama. fans were surprised yesterday when they learned tom brady would play in the game but qb had to leave gillette before kickoff. he cut his thumb with a pair of scissors while cleaning his cleats. sources saying brady is going to be fine. bill belichick was asked after the game about the ordeal and only said, quote, i made the decision for him not to play. the pats face the panthers next week in charlotte, north carolina. >> stephanie: we track traffic and weather together eve we are taking a look at rush-hour traffic. on the spray if you're headed into the city it will take you 16 minutes at just 32 miles per hour. meantime in the north end shiri spear keeping an eye on the weather. shiri? >> shiri: keeping an eye on the weather is best job in the world today. it is gorgeous out here. we have partly to mostly sunny skies across the area. high tracking way up into the 80s today. on average it is going to be about 87?.
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weekend. temperatures stay above average, humidity on rise, chance for showers on the rise as well and plan out changes coming up next. >> daniel: thanksgiving day staple could be in jeopardy. how this summer's historic drought is threatening this year's cranberry crop. ? ? >> elizabeth: donald trump backtracking on everything he said so far. campaign stop last night.
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>> daniel: zip trip to the north end and that's where we find you this morning. sara had a chance ball. >> sara: found north end regulars that taught me how to play. >> a lot of screaming and
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other. >> a little soft. >> boche is an opportunity for boyhood friends to gather and socialize and to compete and to have some fun. >> sara: this is called fone, friends of the north end. they have been who were born and raised in little italy, some playing young boys, football in the '60s and then softball. >> as we age we wound up playing a game that we watched our fathers and grandfathers play when we were kids sunglasses -- >> sara: the best thing about boche everybody can play. >> this is ideal.
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arms wrapped up, you can play. >> sara: need a little focus. >> look at this shot. >> look at this >> if you show up on sunday we could use you on our team. >> sara: they could use me on their team and i will take them up on that 100%. what a great group of guys and what a great sport. i will definitely be back. the courts are public so anybody can play. coming up in just a little bit. gene lavanchy will be talking to boston's mayor marty walsh, and exciting interview and meantime go to stephanie in the house for
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>> stephanie: sara, how fun is that? i am keeping an eye out on stalled vehicle on 128 southbound, that's blocking the left shoulder and causing some delays running north up until lexington. taking a look on the expressway, usual issues there as we are taking a look, of course, at rush-hour traffic and right now it is going to take you 18 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the mass pike, 23 minutes on the pike minutes on 128 from route 1 to the weston tolls. we are going to head back to the north end, perfect place, shiri, and some perfect weather for you this morning. >> shiri: this might be the nicest morning we have had so far this summer. a lot going on here. i want to pull in a little someone. this is lucy.
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summer interning. graphic we have been talking all summer, drought graphic, looks a lot like like the fall foliage drought. it has been expanding in and around the boston area. now, in the boston area and unfortunately i just don't see much hope of improvement. only have slight shower chances coming the next couple afternoons and widespread rain will be in monday. 74? right now in to mostly sunny skies today, temperatures top out near 80 in the city because of sea breeze. inland towns and cities are hotter spots like bedford, lawrence, 87, 89 in fitchburg, 86 in norwood and 80 on the cape. here is future cast because today pretty quiet. just a handful of pop-ups mostly across rhode island, connecticut, anything we get will die down by 8:00 p.m., friday night plans looking good, mostly clear as well.
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mostly across western new england and western mass, southern new hampshire, beaches looking bright the next several days so if you have beach plans you're golden. rain really not creeping into western new england until late, late on sunday. so even though you can see worcester has the thunderstorm icon. i'm thinking that's really going to be for sunday night more than anything else and into monday morning and early afternoon. that's the next soaking rain. monday then clears out, high 83, humidity drops for the middle tuesday, wednesday and thursday. that's check on forecast. back to you. >> gene: all right. it is time for the hometown hero or hometown heros as it were here in the north end. talk a little bit about the anthony more rella hockey tournament. started with charity, done a great job so far.
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justin and sal. thank you for coming out. explain what this tournament is about and inspiration -- inspiration behind it as well. >> everybody loved to see him and say hello when they saw him. it was people like him in the neighborhood that made you wanting to out and do something nice for the community. this tournament started seven years ago carry it on so me and michael decided get it going again and honestly the best decision we have made, whole community came out, so involved with us and it was just a great day all around. many people involved from senator joe bun cori and aaron markowitz and mayor marty walsh who helped us from day one. joy and happiness. it was a great day.
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gave you the idea to do that? >> anthony was a great sports fan, every time i saw him he had augerso. growing up in the north end hocking was big part of upbringings. what better way to get the people together than run a street hockey tournament. >> gene: tell us how it benefits your organization, what does it mean the money the guys are raising. >> no big ceo's pay everything back to the kids and back to the community. more importantly it is a boston based organization that's specifically based around new england and boston schools. it started in the '80s. became tax deductible in the '90s and whole point of it all started by my grandmother and fund boston based schools in new england and never wanted to say no and help out autistic children not only with schools and homes but also with the
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autism. >> gene: understand the mission and types of fundraisers and because of that we want to recognize you guys as hometown heroes and michelle lazcano has something she would like to present. >> michelle: this is from dcu thanking you for paying forward the kindness of your friend and letting everyone know the kindness and heroes walk among us that nve you're people like that, most selfless people by far and thank you for being the hometown heroes you are. >> gene: appreciate it. appreciate it. keep up the great work. when is tournament? >> gene: may every year. keep that in mind if you're a
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>> elizabeth: local trump supporter fed up with people taking them he posted them high on tree. insult he has turned over to police. >> no arrest just yet after stabbing in popular sports bar. what we are learning about the
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>> daniel: breaking news in newark, new jersey. two buses collided one on its side. firefighters, ems on the scene taking people off the buses.
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handful of people actually being treated right there on the street. witnesses say one of the buses may have ran a red light. the scene is chaotic and active and newest developments as soon as we get them into the newsroom. >> elizabeth: republican presidential donald trump says he is sorry. the gop back tracked on many of the colorful comments he has made during the campaign. >> sometimes in the heat of debate and speaking multitude of issues, you don't choose the right words or you say the wrong thing. he have done that and i do regret it, particularly where it may have caused personal pain. >> elizabeth: trump also says he has never been politically correct because it takes too much time. the clinton foundation says they
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foreign money may influence time at secretary of state. former president bill clinton will also sign as board of his foundation if his wife becomes president. >> daniel: >> elizabeth: donald trump is on the heels of hillary clinton. this is the closest number we have seen this week. 41% of voters surveyed would support clinton while 37% would vote trump. gary johnson trailing behind. >> daniel: two signs stolen and that did not stop the thief who replaced the sign with this letter you see here, calling trump supporter names. >> i had never done this to
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property and whatever is there. >> daniel: they are investigating and several similar ones across town. >> elizabeth: whole lot more from zip trip in the north end which is looking fun. >> daniel: and mayor marty
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>> daniel: that could be the best zip trip we have had all summer long. >> shiri: >> elizabeth: i >> gene: some may take offense to it. we don't want to get letters. busy half hour coming up here. mayor of city of boston, marty walsh will be stopping by, chatting with him live 15 minutes or so. >> sara: i know if you be a lot of chowing. >> michelle: i will be. >> sara: it is a good morning. >> shiri: weather today, it
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comfortable we have had, not too sticky, perfect mix of temperature and humidity. right now 74 in boston, lower 70s in peabody and arlington and randolph right now. 68 in wrentham, 70 in burlington, 71 in pelham, new hampshire. we will search a little further south. lower 70s rule from the south shore to southcoast, cape and islands and then as we move a little bit further inland, 68 in morning, you're also at 70?. hour-by-hour forecast in boston has things warming up pretty quickly, but warm-up kind of stalls around 80? and because of a see breeze and boston and most of the coasts into the lower 80s and once the sea breeze kicks in it will lower temperatures a little bit there. inland towns and cities, hottest around 88?, town by town look at today and weekend temperature coming up shortly. stephanie coueignoux back right
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>> stephanie: i have update on left shoulder 128 southbound. that is expected to clear at 8:00 as you can see it is not really affecting traffic any more but we are starting to see the delays on 93 southbound, stretch up to medford. taking look at expressway, you can also see some heavy delays near neponset as you're taking your ride into boston. luckily that's not really translating as you pass the gas tank, so perhaps some good news there. it 19 minutes on the expressway from the arraign split to mass pike and 27 minutes now on 93 southbound from 495 to the leverett connector. back to you. >> daniel: we continue to follow breaking news out of woburn this morning where a man was brutely stopped outside of a sports bar. >> elizabeth: apparently this happened just after closing at jake and joe's in woburn leaving a gruesome scene in the parking lot. new information about the
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michael? >> michael: sources tell me a couple new details here. 31-year-old man was stabbed in the neck in this jake and joe's parking lot in woburn. this is a restaurant you can normally see from 128 and what we see now in parking lot is 24 truck, that's actually a crime scene clean-up crew and working on parking lot right on the other side of the parking lot because sadly there was a large gruesome pool of blood restaurant. source also tells me that this suspect who has not yet been arrested got away on a motorcycle, sped off on a motorcycle and that suspect is stilt on the loose at this point. we learned the victim is 31 years old and in critical condition. this happened around 12:20 or so a.m.
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closed up shop for the night at midnight. we are working to find out more on the condition of that victim. again, initially a very serious situation, critical condition with the stab wound which we learned from the sources was a stab wound to the neck, working to learn more and will do on fox25. michaelmichael henrich in woburn fox25 news. >> daniel: tragic death on monday and late last night we learned the child died. now we are working to find out what happened to the toddler. jock 25 jason law outside the apartment where boy and twin sister were being watched by babysitter. jason? >> jason: that's right. we first told you about the case last night on news at 6:00 p.m., and since then we learned from the district attorney's office that the little boy has, in fact, passed away. he passed away sometime last night at boston children's
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unresponsive inside an complex in woburn. provided picture of the little boy and boy's name is noah john larson and confirmed he passed away sometime last night. his twin sister emmy is also in the hospital undergoing medical evaluation this morning. the middlesex district attorney's office says the twins were in the care of a babysitter in this apartment off of kilby street when someone dialed 911 >> very early stages of the investigation and understand we are in the process of gathering information, talking to people, looking at evidence. >> jason: told fox25 they are not ready to talk publicly what's going on in this case, in this investigation, but again, authorities investigating sudden death of 15-month-old little boy. police have made no arrest and no charges have been filed.
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jason law, fox25 news. >> elizabeth: michael morey accused of hit and kick her in the face. he was arrested but in court yesterday prosecutors say the fight actually started the night before. >> she was sobbing, stating had a verbal argument and females in the house while aware and argument continued this particular day. >> elizabeth: released on bail and has a gps and ordered to stay away with his family. >> trying to tract down the owner of cockatoo found in trash. the bird named mayfield on road to recovery in emergency surgery. owner found he or she is facing animal cruelty charges. 7:36 right now. middleborough man is now wanted
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fox25 has been following maverick here since he was found by animal control. spent days tangled in a leash until he chewed off part of paw to escape. owner kevin kennedy due in court yesterday but never showed. maverick has since been adopted. >> elizabeth: eight people waking up after massive fire tore through a building. car went to four alarms before the fire was put out. fire official tell fox25 crews had to contend with the flames but also the hot temperatures. >> three firefighters went to the hospital, not serious injuries, and really bring down your body temperature. >> elizabeth: cause is still under investigation and officials say the building has
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>> elizabeth: suspicious fires all happening in the ruggles park area and two triple-decker home, garage and five cars have been burned. at least some of the fire have been ruled arson. fire official hoping witnesses come forward to help them in the investigation. >> daniel:ous elton john beach expected to reopen today after a shark frenzy spotted offshore. officials closed the cape beach after a seen in the water. local conservation noticed the sharks which had previously been tagged. the assistant director of the beach says shark sightings are normal this time of year. current drought may make it more difficult to find cranberries come fall. the usda predicting this year's crop will be impacted by the lack of rainfall in the state. some cranberry farmers are expecting smaller yield than last year and hopefully they are
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it is massachusetts main crop. >> elizabeth: 4 million-dollar fan call for more fan suits, grandstand bar and removal of wall so the park can fit professional soccer and football games and looking to replace the pesky's pole and add a new video board in right field >> stephanie: expressway not looking so good, 18 minutes from the braintree split to the mass pike and if you're going through sullivan square very slow and steady, so you may have to add just a couple minutes to drive time. maybe no smiles here but, shiri, a lot of smiles in the north end where you are.
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the cape getting up to about 80?. a little bit warmer south shore and plymouth at 82. 77 nantucket and beaches north of boston same thing. from the upper 70s to the lower 80s. 77 gloucester, marblehead 80, 82 ham ten beach today and show you what to plan around for the weekend coming up in just minutes.
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>> michelle: heading into thirtieth year and beautiful addi many years. everybody has mother's meatballs. we are known for trios. pasta, appetizer, give people a little taste of this and that and then get ready for the main course. this is a dish that we do also, famous webster diablo. >> michelle: thumb up.
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meal. >> michelle: antico foreigno, wood burning. really don't know how much more i can eat but can you look at this? right now at roof top on any given night this place is packed. right now we have it all to ourself. retractable roof so you can enjoy rain or shine and to the north end legend vega. >> what makes it special is the people. people in the neighborhood make it. >> michelle: the people and food. >> their fear is what everybody grew up on every sunday. meet ball.
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living in the north end. on all of your success. >> greatest neighborhood in the country, the north end. salute. >> michelle: salute. when he tells you to mana, you manga. send over to stephanie with traffic. >> stephanie: looks just so good. the pike is running right now. we are actually seeing the delays on 93 southbound, decreased just a little bit now south of medford, if taking look at the expressway unfortunately those delays are still in effect as we are still continuing to follow rush hour traffic right now, but live look now at zakim bridge, slow and steady moving into boston using that way. 25 minutes on 93 southbound from 495 to the leverett connector. 23 minutes on 128 from route 1
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now we head it back to the north end with shiri spear tracking a warm-up. >> shiri: warm-up will be a big one but not as big as yesterday. hot, very dry summer. yesterday he got day 18 of 90 degree heat heat in boston. inland towns and cities going to do it today. boston cooler because of sea breeze, so don't expect we will add another one to the count, but despite that, we have much coming into town until probably the end of the weekend or even next week. so the big picture, high pressure ruling, keeping us mostly dry. the next rain will come in on that front sunday night and into monday. here is look at future cast. hour-by-hour warm-up. 9:00 a.m. mid to upper 70s. mostly sunny skies we got a mix of sunshine and scattered clouds through the afternoon and here we are at noon and temperatures mostly in the lower 80s,
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and come from the east and temperature get knocked back at beach. 5:00 p.m. we have a little green toward providence and perhaps norwood. inland towns and cities have a slight risk of pop-up but i think what we see in new england is one or two showers total, sprinkles on radar this afternoon, so really the chance is low enough you should not rearrange any of your plans today and boston nice and bright, 80 in hyannis, upper up to manchester, new hampshire, worcester hits 83?. plan around for the weekend, lower 80s both days in boston. we got middle 80s tomorrow in plymouth and foxborough and nashua, new hampshire. i know you could see some thunderstorm icon here for the second half of the weekend. here is timeline on that. first stop saturday. saturday to me looking like another bright day at beach. few more inland clouds. best bet for pop-up shower in the afternoon across western new
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afternoon it will be decent. what you will find increasing clouds, showers are still across new york state, but then the later into the evening we go, the closer they get into western new england. still the bulk of that not going to hit until you're in bed sunday night and as you're trying to kind of get through the day on monday. that's when i have showers. humidity going to be rising through the weekend. not until late sunday and monday we are going to be oppress sev. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view, monday rain place, 83? high temperature and monday itself will be wettest in the morning and that's what you can see. coming to end at 2:00 in the afternoon, if not a little bit before that, then we should see the clouds clear out. tuesday, wednesday, bright again, low humidity, lower 80s, completely normal this time of year and 86 here on thursday with few more clouds added to the mix. now send over to gene who's sitting with the mayor.
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thank you so much. we are here at christopher columbus park and joined by honorable mayor of the city, marty walsh. thank you for coming out. >> good morning. looking at shiri with no notes, no screen. am. >> gene: let's talk about christopher columbus park, one of the >> for so many reasons. keep up with happening here, parks department, neighborhood is beautiful here. rose garden across the way. incredible. all kinds of different roses and waterfront obviously here and north end and great food over here. great place. >> gene: got to walk through
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>> put led lights on this year. great north end keeps traditions alive and going and people from all over the place. people used to live in the north end coming back. it is really great part of the city. >> gene: do you partake in all of them? >> i do. dedicated hero square and i'll be down at the feast and walk around and see people. >> gene: look like you're in great shape. how do you manage to balance the diet and all the great food. >> walking and talking with people all day. it is good. great place. you know, thank you guys for coming out here and people in
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>> gene: look at restaurants and particular neighborhood of the city. when you have dignitaries coming, this is a spot they request to eat? >> every city has a little north end. go to ours. food, people, if you walk down here in the morning, a lot of cases think you're in italy, old-timers telling the stories. you know, a lot come down here but get sense of community when you come down here and i have been to a lot of little italy's around the country and nothing compares to us. >> gene: save the best for last, if you will. as far as the city is going, pretty good summer. >> good summer. last couple days we have had a little uptick in shootings and different parts of the neighborhood, but overall a lot of kids working this summer, weather has been incredible.
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turning yellow, outside of that an incredible summer. keep it going. couple weeks left. prepare for opening of fall. i was thinking it is good to have football back. >> gene: in november they started football in august and how great it was? need to talk to shiri about taking care of the snow. two years ago. >> gene: i think we all are. haven't gotten over that. marty walsh, thank you. >> elizabeth: no cargo shorts. >> daniel: popular beach that could soon be added to travel
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>> michelle: cool place to live. >> it is a good place to live. all time favorite villa francesca and don't know the owners at all.
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mike's pastries and waited 35 minutes for pastries. >> michelle: big line there. >> people out the door and down the street, amazing. >> michelle: people love it here. >> they do. wide array of pricing and talking about it a few weeks ago and back hanover street, richmond street, restaurants and condos like that, places are more like 500,000. anywhere between four and $800,000 for say five square foot units. okay? so i know that sounds crazy. $500,000. 500 square feet but typical around here. when you have walking -- >> when you get to the waterfront. >> goes up substantially. 2 million, 3 million, penthouse with 360 views. very nice place. a lot of weeks i asked if you wanted to buy any, you mentioned you loved here once upon a time.
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street. >> interest in moving back? >> michelle: i loved it here but i like where i am now. they cry and laugh together and real family community. >> michelle: oldest structure here is paul revere house. >> which is amazing. how >> michelle: whole lot more coming your way. thank you for your time. >> i love it here and look at view back there of the building.
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burlington, looking forward to it. >> daniel: 2 billion-dollar wynn casino in everett is set to open june 2019. it was announced yesterday. during meeting construction began earlier this month after the project received a waterfront development permit wynn hopes to have 250 construction workers on side. board putting brakes on controversial starbucks proposal. yesterday the board delayed voting on starbucks investigation. starbucks want to open at l street and broadway. the board will make a addition after shifting through e-mails through residents. >> elizabeth: high-tech gobbles to repair trains.
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version of agreeing glass and send to expert maintenance team in boston and get directions on how to fix over the radio so you could see how it could help. it comes from cambridge stata start-up company. >> elizabeth: uber announcing it will be adding self-driving cars in pittsburgh. only a few will be tested and they have announced 300 million-dollar deal to create m self-driving vehicles on the road by the end of the year. >> daniel: we were talking about that this morning. >> elizabeth: yes. >> daniel: rare t-rex and arrived at berk museum yesterday wrapped in plaster for protection. skull only one of 15 complete skulls of t-rex ever found and discovered in northern montana where workers had to move
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the high price one of the athletes will have to pay in order to get home. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: 8:00 a.m. on friday, august 19th, i'm daniel miller. >> elizabeth: i'm elizabeth hopkins. starting off with perfect day. live in christopher columbus park in the north good morning, guys. >> gene: good morning. weather has been cooperating. it is awesome. loving a lot about the colleagues. love is in the air. you said you fell in love with husband? >> michelle: deeper in love with husband and incredible to see the change. >> gene: same goes for you.
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sara. >> shiri: get touch of humidity out there. i think you're going to notice over the weekend humidity starts to sneak back into play, but 77 now in boston, 75 in norwood, 73 in bedford and lre worcester, so we are all kind of rocking 70s now, mid-70s with sun over the cape. really beautiful day to be at any of the local beach. keep in mind when you look at this day planner, this is a lot focused on greater boston area metrowest which is why you can see 86 here at 3:00 p.m. the beaches will stay cooler. so although i think most of massachusetts and southern new hampshire gets into the lower 80s at noon, you start to see the separation in temperature here once we hit that hottest time of the day.
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80 to 88?, depending whether you're at the cooler beaches and hotter inland towns and cities. town by town, look, not what to plan around for this accident but both days this weekend coming up in a couple minutes. live drive time traffic and find friday slowdowns. >> stephanie: something new that popped up on the map, entry lane blocked at 128 southbound. not causing any delays. this is at headed out in the next 15 minutes, something you want to keep an eye out on. it should be clearing the next 20 minutes and taking wider look at, slowdown on 93 southbound and the expressway as well. live look at the expressway right now. slow and steady on this friday morning. it is going to take 17 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the mass pike and 23 minutes on 128 from route 1 to the weston tolls.
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breaking news in woburn this morning. 31-year-old man is in critical condition after being stabbed in the next outside the restaurant jake and joe's. it happened around 12:20 right after the restaurant closed for the night and police are looking for suspect on motorcycle. we have a live report from woburn coming up in 30 minutes. also following breaking news out of newark, new jersey right now. taking look at video in the area from at least where one person crash. two buses collided one on side. firefighters, ems on scene taking people off the bus and hard to see from this video but handful of people being treated. one of the buses may have ran a red light. the scene is chaotic and newest developments as soon as we get them. >> elizabeth: meantime following the tragic death of 15-month-old boy.
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monday. jason law live outside when watching the kids when something happened, jason. >> jason: this was monday afternoon. investigators said they pulled the little bow out, they were unresponsive but breathing monday afternoon. tell you about the case yesterday in the 6:00 news. in simpson we learned from the district attorney's office the little boy has passed away and now the investigation is on to figure out exactly what happened investigators say noah john larson died thursday night at boston children's hospital. fox25 also learned noah's twin sister emmy under medical eevacuation after both were found in an apartment. the twins were in care of babysitter when someone dialed 911 monday afternoon. district attorney marian ryan says the office began looking into the case tuesday. >> very early stages of the
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the information of gathering information, talking to people and looking at evidence, so we are not in a position to talk about any of the details. >> gene: >> jason: investigators aren't saying how the baby died and too soon to talk about what's going on and friend started gofundme account to help with the unexpected medical costs and now funeral expenses. the babysitter identified and investigators not releasing much information about this case. we have reached out to the d.a.'s office this morning to get an update on how emmy is doing and as soon as we learn more about the status we will pass it along to you. jason, fox25 news. >> daniel: framingham teen accused of trying to kill his mother and brother wednesday night. both remain in critical
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siesta key, florida when police received a 911 call. neighbors say the mother is teacher in newton and they are shocked by the news. >> were very nice family. melissa is dynamite lady and kids are nice too. i don't see them much. they go stay with their father a lot. >> daniel: fox25 spoke with their foxworth father and he is on the on his way back to massachusetts it to be with the family. >> elizabeth: shirtless man steven o'brien, accused of trying to kidnap a little boy last friday at south shore india market. you can see him casually walking off with three-and-a-half-year-old over his shoulder. fox25 says little boy father started him and confronted him. >> good thing theyed had it on him theel when time.
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thanks god there was no report there. >> elizabeth: arresting officer says there was a disturbing blank look in his eyes and appeared to be on drugs. o'brien is charged with kidnapping and resisting arrest and being held instead of cash bail and due to appear via video next month. >> daniel: boston police questioning driver that plowed through tour group in downtown boston. it happened at intersection of school and washington streets right along the freedom trail yesterday afternoon, at least three were hit. cell phone video shows chaotic scene as people try to pick up the car and pull the victim out from under it. the woman driving wasn't going to stop. >> she realized she hit him and tried to take off with them under the car, but the crowd, 200 people kate out of nowhere and wouldn't loy her to to go.
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building with a cell phone. it is not clear if she was on the phone at the time of the crash. victim are hurt but expected to survive. >> elizabeth: fourth person involved in ryan lochte robbery story will leave but not without cost. james feigen will pay almost $11,000 to leave the controversy. he is the last person still in brazil. jack conger and gunnar bentz were questioned and headed home. ryan lochte and other swimmers partied at club and afterwards surveillance video shows them at gas station. the olympians were drunk and made up the story. they got into a confrontation on security guard and they will decide whether or not to punish
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people are pressuring lochte to apologize. >> daniel: second preseason game with the bears but didn't come without drama. the qb had to leave gillette without kickoff. this morning the herald is quoting sources brady will be fine. the pats face panthers next week in north carolina. >> stephanie: good news on friday morning. made it on commute and taking pike shouldn't see many delays and up to speed 25 minutes as you're headed into the city and speaking of being in the city, shiri spear is in the north end enjoying this friday and soaking up that sun. >> shiri: you got it. it is wall-to-wall sunshine out here. beautiful day. boston ends up cooler than yesterday and find a lot of
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weekend, below average rainfall. show you when we do get a couple showers within the next couple days and when to bet around soaking rain coming up. >> daniel: zika virus continues to be in the news.
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>> sara: joining me to talk about the great things they are doing the executive director and youth clarinet player. let's talk about the great
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>> 1,000 programs a week and to make music accessible and affordable to all. we cost wonderful scholarship program to youth so encourage many to apply. very fortunate to be able to provide that assistance to so much so many children. >> proud of partnership and youth musical prod on stage. >> sara: you play chloe. how exciting that is. >> it was found in 2001 and this year celebrating fifteenth birthday and on september 23rd at boston marriott programming a wonderful, wonderful music program and we are celebrating
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north end. >> sara: send over to you now. what does it mean? >> really good place to get education and good teachers too and really help you come get to your goals, i guess. >> sara: we are so excited to hear you play. what are you playing?
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>> i have a new accident to let you know about. on felsway, riverside avenue. doesn't look like it is impacting and heated in that direction something to keep in the back of your mind. usual delays on expressway reaching and slight improvement and wider look, no issues on the pike. if you're taking the zaki unfortunately it is still going to be slow and steady this morning. it is still going to take you 16 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the mass pike and 25 minutes on 93 southbound to the leverett connector and head back to shiri spear. shiri, that really was such a lovely performance by that young woman. >> shiri: that performance was good and this performance will
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welcome to the fox25 morning news zip trip. fox25 meteorologist shiri spear is here with your weekend forecast. >> shiri: hi-5 right there. i knew you were going to do great. taken any cool trips or anything this summer? >> shiri: where did you go? >> new hampshire and concord museum. >>hi listening off camera children likes to go to the children museum and science museum and still has a ton of stuff packing into the summer trip, right? >> yes. >> shiri: problem and issue we have is going to be the fact that it has been so dry. see the run on your screen, extreme drought, expanded
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massachusetts and 4% of new hampshire. just want to back things up, so impacts going to be on fall foliage so harder tip with roots because soils top down and foliage turn early this year and last longer and colors not going to be as vibrant and too easy to get ripped down. even if heavy rain, sometimes go against the foliage slight risk today and tomorrow, i think 99% of us stay dry by sunday night into monday. that's the next best bet for showers. boston 77 and honestly a couple clouds out here but we have way more blue sky than anything else, today mostly sunny, temperatures that will basically hover close to 80? through the afternoon and because we have sea breeze and wind coming in off the water, cools down the beaches. so that's where you find
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low 80s verses somewhere like norwood 86, lawrence at 87 or fitchburg at 88? this afternoon and onshore wind and much green on the map and slight risk as we get into the afternoon from norwood to providence, rhode island. indications we could get pop-up shower down there but inland towns and cities going to put you on alert. going to start nice and bright and set-up like risk of something developing, best chance would be in western new england. not until we hit the second half of the weekend that we get that front coming closer, bulk of the rain ends up falling as we get into the overnight hours and into your monday. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view, has more 80s over the weekend, humidity will creep up, got that heavier rain and thunderstorm sunday night and monday. monday's high 83? and we will have lower 80s and less humid weather here tuesday, wednesday and thursday. shaping up to be another bright
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let's send you back over to gene. >> gene: here with gracious host, christopher columbus park in the northend and thank you for letting us use the park. tell us about the organization, how many volunteers you have and type of w you do to make it so beautiful. >> this is volunteer group with over 300 member. thisy do what they can when they can and no pressure on anybody. we take care of the rose garden, trellis, lights, general upkeep of the park along with chris cook and the parks department. we have a good relationship. >> gene: it isa i beautiful
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giving me a breakdown. mayor was talking about how beautiful it is in the holidays and spot you got to come visit. >> yes, we decorate the trellis in blue lights and there on from the beginning of november through first of april people love it. also one of the ten most kissable spots in boston. we have had many people have gotten married in rose garden. wanted to give you one of the roses. this is peace rose. it was first rose that they had at every representative desk when the u.n. had first meeting in 1945. >> thank all of you having us out here this morning and it is a beautiful spot in the city. >> like to present you with
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there? i was going to tiptoe through them. thank you so much. let's send it back to our dedham studio with elizabeth and daniel >> elizabeth: gene lavanchy, you're the thorn mun the lovely roses. >> elizabeth: breakthrough from the narrator: let's put this ayotte: i've been an independent, strong voice for new hampshire. narrator: then why does kelly ayotte still support donald trump for president? independent minded republicans across america put principle ahead of party and said no to trump. but not kelly ayotte. she says she still supports trump. ayotte: an independent, strong voice... narrator: if she's so independent, why is she still supporting trump? disclaimer: independence usa pac is responsible
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>> michelle: five questions north end related and two contestants and see who gets the most right and might get a little this year mary ann. >> mark ockerbloom was my best man. >> michelle: minute on the clock. here we go. aa lot of great restaurants in the north end but what is the name of the oldest restaurant
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>> union oyster house. >> michelle: 92 prince street. what is the name of next week's north end festival, maybe t biggest of the summer. >> st. anthony. >> michelle: who at tent behind me is related to bernie or phyl's? >> eric. >> michelle: get whatever you want in the store. thank you for playing playing.
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dedham. >> elizabeth: donald trump is backtracking on colorful comments during a campaign stop. he admitted to making mistakes when speaking. >> sometime in the heat of debate and speaking on multitude of issues, you don't choose the right words. or you say the wrong thing. i have done that and i do regret it, have caused personal pain. >> elizabeth: trump also says he has never been politically correct because it takes too much time. clinton foundation will stop accepting foreign donations. bill clinton will resign the board of the foundation if his wife becomes president.
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victim still in the hospital is doing much better. patient's condition was upgraded this week and last week. another survivor started walking again without any help. in june 49 people were killed and 53 others were hurt during the attack. the gunman omar mateen was in >> elizabeth: zika virus is contained in one area in miami and concerned about possible economic impacts if the mosquito borne virus spreads any further. so far there have been 35s cases reported in florida and travel advisory expected in the last few days. >> elizabeth: beach forecast and out 80? for much of the
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south shore plymouth gets up to 81?. beaches north of boston. also lower 80s from marblehead and salisbury to hampton beach. >> michael: clone-up crew after a stabbing of boston restaurant. what we are learning at the scene of the breaking news introducing dunkin's new cold brew coffee,
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there. >> sara: can't wait to hear more about the family because i know your great grandparents lived here. >> i could smell it so delicious. >> shiri: pembroke 79. i got middle 70s in plymouth to marshfield and brewster and nantucket. kind of seeing temperature right now even out still playing catch-up. worcester, sitting at 70? the last couple hours,.
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80 through most of the afternoon. sunshine, scattered clouds occasionally but it could depends where you are. boston and coast lower 80s and mile off the coastline here find temperatures warmer, so that mean that we got inland towns and cities back to the upper 80s today, perhaps even a couple 90s. breakdown the hot spots today and where it is going to be cooking over the weekend. stephanie coueignoux now with live drive time spots that will have you tap on the brakes on friday morning. >> stephanie: tapping brakes, turning on a.c. as you're enjoying some sunshine and usual delays on 93 southbound they are starting to ease and up good news on pike running up to speed and on expressway we are still seeing some delays and also an issue and impacting the expressway but something just to
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that the direction. live look in expressway and things running up to speed so good news over there. look at live drive time, still going to take you 17 minutes though on the expressway from the brittain split to the mass pike. 22 minutes on 128 from route 1 to the weston tolls. back to you. >> daniel: 8:33 now. following breaking news. crews still cleaning up after a stabbing outside a popular sports bar in woburn. >> elizabeth: after being at jake and jay's. you just spoke with someone? >> michael: did say how upsetting the situation is to himself and everybody involved with the restaurant chain. this particular branch is jake and joe's out here in woburn. see it on 128 when driving. not too far off the highway here, but this is quite the
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is why we are here, of course, because around 12:20 this morning somebody was stabbed. sources tell us this man was stabbed in neck and attacker got away on motor vehicle and still looking for them. officially the district attorney's office has said the stabbing victim is 31 years old and also did acknowledge that no arrests have been made. so, of course, piecing together and different information from exactly took place here. victim and attacker were patrons here at the restaurant and asked specifically a situation served too much alcohol and no, that is not the situation and weren't served much at all and what circumstances let up to the
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least as far as what situation publicly released and work on different leads and have another update next hour. live in woburn, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> daniel: 15-month-old boy died and sister still in the hospital. jason law outside the apartment where we have learned babysitting when something happened. >> jason: made effort to go in the apartment building where the little boy was pulled out but nobody came to the door. breathing monday afternoon and little boy did, in fact, die at boston children's hospital and family provided fox25 with a picture of the 15-month-old twins and according to
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larson died sometime again last night and twin sister emmy also under medical investigation in the hospital. not releasing a lot of information at this point. the twins were in the care of babysitter when somebody dialed 911 monday afternoon. >> very early stages and understand in the process of gathering information, talking to people, obviously evidence. >> looking to figure out the cause of death and what injuries sustained and no one has been arrested. jason law, fox25 news. >> elizabeth: everett police officer on unpaid leave and facing charges. michael maury accused of hitting 7-month pregnant wife in the
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the stomach. in court prosecutors say the fight actually started the night before. >> she was sobbing, said they had verbal argument the night before about having females in n the house. >> elizabeth: maury released and fitted with gps monitor. >> daniel: trying to track down the owner of cockatoo found in the crash. the bird named mayfield on road to surgery and found in cage filled with maggots and cockroaches. if owner is found they are facing animal cruelty charge. daniel: middleborough man wanted by police after skipping out on court date for animal cruelty. fox25 has been following maverick, since he was found by animal control.
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of paw. the owner never showed. maverick has since been adopted. >> elizabeth: eight people waking up away from home after a massive fire. on river street yesterday afternoon as smoke billowed from the building and see flames shooting out of the top portion as well. it went to four alarm before fire put out. crews had to contend with the flames but also the hot temperatures >> three firefighters went to the hospital, two of them were heat related, one was muscular, not series injuries, and really brings down your body temperature. >> the cause is still under investigation. official say the building has about half million dollars worth of damage. >> daniel: investigating whether the town of dudley
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rights. cemetery plans met strong opposition from dudley residents that cited concerns about property values, traffic hazards and water pollution. >> elizabeth: shark frenzy spotted offshore. official closed cape cod beach yesterday around noon after dozen great white sharks seen in the water there. local conservation noticed those sharks which had been previously the assistant director of the beach saying shark sightings are normal this team of year. >> daniel: owners of fenway park looking to expand. 4 million-dollar plan calls for new fan seats near the drug-out and grandstand bar and removable bullpen wall so they can fit professional sock and her football games. the sox are looking to replace pesky pole and add new video
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should be fun. >> julie: problem spot continues to be the expressway and take you 13 minutes to the mass pike. if you are taking trim, perhaps good news, everything running up to speed, full of sunshine, sunglasses are good idea. shiri spear is in north end tracking all of that sunshine. shiri? >> shiri: yeah, wishing i had my own pair of sunglasses out here, stephanie. it is you will feel it is a little muggy. not too bad, temperature up and temperatures tiny bit over the weekend. i will show you when we finally incorporate a couple of showers coming up next. >> elizabeth: finally picked a day. when the wynn casino will have tables and let the gambling begin.
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that was stoleen in walpole.
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>> michelle: what do you love about the north end? >> the event and like to be here so much because my mom is here and this is really lot i think i really should thank my mom for bringing me here. >> michelle: your mom is so proud of you. she has tears in her eyes. that is so sweet. you're a good kid. for being the junior reporter, guess what, we have something for you. molly, here you go. you get to take three friends to canobie lake park. what do you think about that? >> yes. >> i bet one of those friends
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would like to go? >> would you like to go, mommy? >> of course. >> michelle: great job. now say send it back to you. >> that's all from the fox25 morning news. >> michelle: back to you. great job. you're a star. >> sara: time now taste for the town and boy, take a look at this food and your mouth is going to sta morning, if it hasn't started already. here with frank mendoza, one of three brothers that owned monica's. monica's empire in the north end. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for joining us. >> i have already been eyeballing and take you down here that monica's is serving up. looks amazing.
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and all the homemade pasta and find pasta on 130 salem street. >> sara: who's monica? >> she was my mom. she was the one that cooked. bakley at 130 salem street and serve with best italian subin boston. we claim it is the best and some other people claim so too and we have homemade sweet potato in yawkey. local organiccals that we use. dumpling that they make with
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rice with a little bit of savron and homemade sausages and using same family for 20 years in the location and sausages and here you have a very simple chicken pacatta, lemon white wine and capers and right here we have some homemade mushroom ravioli and homemade ragotta. >> sara: what are you going dig into? >> michelle: number one. >> sara: i will eat. >> how is traffic? >> stephanie: question is what to eat first right there. >> stephanie: look at map, taking pike you will be running up to speed. 93 southbound not seeing too many issues and expressway also
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i still want to let you know, there's the accident on dorchester ave at millville avenue, should be cleaning up the next 15 minutes. if you're using the expressway again, traffic as you can see with the live camera running up to speed right now. still a little bit of delay, 13 minutes on the expressway. 22 minutes on 128 from route 1 to the weston tolls. shiri, i know you're there in the north end and you're eyeing the food. >> shiri: i'm hungry but glued to the weather computer. this is what i get to see. gene digging into the bread. what's happening, gene? you hungry? great weather, company, food as well and great forecast. problem is it has been so dry. so this august we have had less than an inch of rain.
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year 19 inches of rain. this is so far below average. why we are seeing the extreme grout condition basically expand across the area. you know what today is twenty-fifth anniversary of hurricane bob. last hurricane to hit in new england. it has been 25 years. did make landfall actually twice in rhode island, block island as well as newport. today's pattern all about pressure, sunshine, calm winds, sea breeze. next to see way off to the west but not until sunday night and monday. today's warm-up upper 70s, lower 80s by noon time and find sun and scattered clouds through the afternoon and slight risk of something popping up today. it would be isolated shower and i have to say we have indications throughout the morning that southeastern massachusetts, rhode island would be a favored location for that and keep in back of your
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once we hit the evening anyway dry and highs 80 in boston, 87 in lawrence and framingham, 86 in norwood, 81 in plymouth and 80 on the nose for the cape. 82 vineyard today but we have worcester 83?, either way you want to spin it, warm, above average, but cooler at the beaches because of the sea breeze today. you have temperatures in boston both days this weekend in lower 80s, middle 80s and nashua, new hampshire. foxborough probably middle 80s as well, and see the thunderstorm icons starting to leak in here for sunday. not expecting widespread rain until sunday night or monday. hour-by-hour look future cast. rain chance definitely overdone tomorrow afternoon. western new england where we have the best shot like today and handful of communities, that's it. most of us dry. plus the beaches everyday today saturday even sunday which is on your screen here, it is going to be bright at the beaches. rain is starting to ease in to
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evening hours. so we are going to be on the lookout for that because that's the next chance for widespread rain sunday night and monday. first half of monday i think by the time we hit the afternoon and clearing we will start the clearing process. definitely looking forward to monday rain and temperatures seasonable highs tuesday wednesday with sunshine and lower humidity and humidity creeps back in with back to you guys in the studio. >> daniel: owed to donald trump leaves nothing to the imagination. viral sensation that's popping up all over the country. introducing dunkin's new cold brew coffee, steeped slowly in cold water for small batches with an ultra-smooth, full-bodied flavor. discover the craft of cold brew today and keep on.
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stage three where it all began. >> michelle: i hope mark takes you to nice restaurants on the north end. let's talk about the cannoli. >> very easy to make, folks, if you buy the cannoli somewhere else, half cup of powdered
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cinnamon. >> best. >> chocolate and peabody one, i bet it is even better. >> started 91 years ago but without you we wouldn't be the household name they are today >> daniel: massachusetts school district will be testing water for lead. quincy plans to test the water at all 19 schools this fall. nearly 1,000 public schools signed up and news of the testing comes as relief toward parents and grandparents. >> don't know what's going on
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the faucet less unsupervised. especially kids. >> more schools in boston found high levels in buildings. strict says it immediately shut down the fountains and replaced them with bottles water coolers. testing in quincy begins a month from today. >> elizabeth: lawyer for the felony charge for operating without a license. the lawyer also says the circus not going to set up until done. >> daniel: boston globe says date announced yesterday during a meeting with state's gaming commission. construction began earlier this month after project received a waterfront development permit. wynn hopes to have 250
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somerville's mayor says he is considering whether to file an appeal against the casino in superior court. the deadline is next week. boston licensing board is putting brakes on controversial starbucks proposal. yesterday the coffee chain application and wants to open bacon building at corner of l street and broadway. the board says it will make a decision after sipping through e-mails from residents. >> might say donald trump larger than life but now it is can't believe i have to say naked statue because it is. presidential candidate there popping up across the country. statues weigh 80 pounds and created by artist in vegas. this one in los angeles. people there say it is perfectly you think ask. statue also spotted in cleveland, new york, san francisco and seattle.
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dollar plan that give fans better view of the game. >> shiri: temperature in beaches, upper 70s to lower 80s, cooler than it was yesterday afternoon here. going to be just before 1:00 this afternoon and water 70?. i will show you how good the beaches looking for the
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narrator: let's put this political promise to the test. ayotte: i've been an independent, strong voice for new hampshire. narrator: then why does kelly ayotte still support donald trump for president? independent minded republicans across america put principle ahead of party and said no to trump. but not kelly ayotte. she says she still supports trump. ayotte: an independent, strong voice... narrator: if she's so independent, why is she still disclaimer: independence usa pac is responsible for the content of
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>> jason: 15-year-old dead and twin sister hospitalized. coming up on the investigation and who was looking after the young children. >> stephanie: slip-up with a pair of scissors that forced
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: 9:00 a.m. on friday august 19th, i'm daniel miller. >> stephanie: i'm stephanie coueignoux. we have made it. >> daniel: we have. >> stephanie: north shore all live. talk about food. >> daniel: i love the north end. >> stephanie: staring at all of that food. >> sara: after three hours we are so stuffed in beautiful way. >> gene: freedom trail part of this hour.

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