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restaurant. this morning, three people are hurt. why the driver is now in handcuffs, even though police say he wasn't drunk. >> and a pilot program to outfit 100 boston police officers with body cameras hitting a road block. the last ditch effort to from the police union to set the program set to launch next week. >> good morning, everyone. thanks for watching the fox 25 morning news. it is 6:00 on august 27th. i'm catherine parrotta. >> jason: and i'm jason law. i think you're pretty happy today. as you heard sarah say, we are getting a break from the humidity. let's get over to sarah wroblewski, she's in for jason brewer, sarah. >> sarah: yes. finally we see that humidity tropical for a little bit and nice temperatures setting up. temperatures on the mild side. 73 in boston. otherwise the 60s.
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also seeing areas of fog. look at the dew points drop from 70 today to the 50s and 60s. now 50s that's quite comfortable. still have mid 60s for parts of the cape. visibility down to half a mile in norwood a little bit warmer in keene and orange. otherwise looking fantastic this morning for your start. we will notice temperatures climbing into your 80s by lunch hour. mid to upper 80s by the interior of the afternoon. then as we get toward the evening you'll n that means cooler conditions developing at the coast. a sea breeze kicking on in, what to expect in your town for high temperatures and when to expect our next chance of rain. over to you. >> catherine: breaking this morning, a busy night for responders across boston. over the span of two hours, there was three separate shootings. one sending a person to the hospital apt many with life-threatening injuries. >> jason: boston e.m.s. confirms
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and an hour later, someone shot on norton street and the last one just before 4:00 in jamaica plain. >> catherine: stephanie coueignoux is live on center street. stephanie you confirmed this incident is deadly. >> reporter: yeah, actually a man in his 30s shot and killed right outside of this 7/11 here on center street. you can see detectives walking into that crime scene. they've been here all morning long taking photos and pr you can also see they've roped off this parking lot. because, again, right outside of that front door is where that man was shot and killed. i do want to show you some video. the police say the wheelchair you see in the video does in fact belong to the victim. police say he's known to this neighborhood for sitting in that wheelchair outside of this 7/11 but also told by police that the victim was able to walk. and again, i have learned that
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at this point, police do not know if this was a random shooting and they are still searching for the shooter. again, detectives have been here since 3:30 when that shooting happened. processing the evidence, and speaking with witness and also looking at surveillance video. this is 24 hour 7/11 so this was open at the time of the shooting. and i did see at least one person in that store possibly an employee speaking with police. now, this store is also right in the middle of a residential neighborhood. and earlier this morning, we actually saw detectives walking door-to-door, taking a look at doors with flash lights, possibly looking for bullet holes. but, again, this is very early on in this investigation. i am speaking with police here on scene about a possible suspect, any leads that they may have. and i also spoke with a long time customer who was familiar with the victim. coming up in 30 minutes, you'll hear from him. jamaica plain, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: also working right now to get more details about a stabbing that happened in the city overnight.
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seener street just before 3:00 this morning. the victim was brought to the hospital with stab wounds to the face. also breaking this morning, police in mississippi has a man in custody accused of murdering two nuns in their home. rodney early sanders is charged with two counts of capital murder. police have not released the details of a possible motive. sisters margaret held and paula merrill discovered dead thursday morning after not showing up for morning. and still has family in this area. a wake for both nuns held tomorrow and will be laid to rest monday. >> catherine: three people hurt and a driver facing charges after this crash in a hingham restaurant. this happened just as square cafe was getting ready to close last night. you can see that truck went through the front window of the restaurant there on north street. police say two customers have serious injuries. a passenger in the truck has minor injuries. the driver has been identified as 29-year-old jeffrey mahoney
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cause of the crash. but they say mahoney was not impaired in any way. he is accused of possessing drugs and a pair of driving charges. he is due in court on monday. inspector looked at the building of the details of that inspection once they're released. a road in westminster remains closed as clean up continues from this crash. police there posted this picture to instagram around 10:30 last night. you can see that suv took out a utility pole on between carter and frog hollow road. the person in the suv wasn't hurt. no word on what caused the crash yet. crews are working to repair the damage. >> jason: this morning, yarmouth police is hoping they -- this picture taken by the victim of that hit and run. and you can see the driver blocking her face. passenger, though, chris clear. they were in a gray chevy cobalt that hit someone in west yarmouth earlier this week.
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the arrest of this crime. police are investigating it as a possible hate crime. because the box holds papers for a gay and lesbian publication. the state fire marshal offering a $5,000 bent for the people who placed that explosive in there. >> catherine: a quiet town is reeling after what appears to be a murder suicide. both victims found in front of the home in ashby. neighbors tell fox 25 christine mccarthy the two were married. >> terrible for it's just terrible. >> reporter: residents of a typically quiet ashby shaken up to learn two people they know are the victims of an apparent murder suicide. >> it's usually quiet. you know, we don't need any of this kind of -- nobody needs this. >> reporter: sky fox captured the scene friday afternoon. it was after 1:30 that ashby police found the body of a man close to the front stairs of his own home on watatic mt. road along with the body of a woman
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they were a nice couple. >> reporter: neighbors tell us they're a couple who lives here at least 15 years, a and at some point separated. >> i guess they got back together and somebody said she had moved out again. so they had problems just like everybody does. >> reporter: indeed records obtained by fox 25, they bought the property in 2000. >> he'd call us out of the blue every now and then call and chitch a while and then we'd hear from him again. >> reporter: neighbors say the man was a veteran and the woman had a big heart. >> she was very nice. and she was home health care for disabled kids. >> reporter: they feel for the family. >> i just feel bad for the family. >> reporter: as police continue to investigate the community hopes to learn what happened.
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>> catherine: police have not released the cause of death or the names of those victims. >> jason: brockton elementary school has a problem. addicts going to the playground to shoot up, and just feet from the elementary school. fox 25 found a needle near a soccer field and nearly a dozen down a sewer drain. we went to brockton police to find out what they're doing about that problem. >> it's not acceptable for any schools to have needles. custodians here t they're going to be doing sweeps every morning before the children even get on the property. >> jason: the kids go back to school september 15th. brockton pd says they're doing everything they can to keep the addicts out of the park, including stepping up their presence there. >> catherine: on a weekend supposed to be filled with fun during an annual film festival, a small italian town is racing against time to try to find survivors. right now it's noon in amatrice
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the death toll climbed to 281 people, most of them in amatrice. the mayor says there's still 18 people still un,ted. 2100 people staying in makeshift camps as rescuers comb through the rubble. in the meantime, support is being sent from boston. a feast in the north end is being sent to amatrice. this weekend, during st. anthony's feast several north end resur they'll be sending a portion of the money from each plate to amatrice. >> jason: the povp police patrolman association trying to hold a pilot program to supply the officers with body cameras. by forcing the officers to wear the deus videos it violated to let officers volunteer to participate. we reported earlier this week, 100 police officers are being forced to don the gear after no volunteers came forward. the six month test run is
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the union's paperwork is being reviewed. >> catherine: boston carnival begins with a big parade through roxbury this morning. and the police department says for everyone to behave themselves. full force, making sure the event remains family friendly. public drinking and violence will not be tolerated. this comes after a gang fight that erupted during the festivities 26-year-old woman killed when caught in the cross fire. >> jason: the department of transportation will get some cleaning done. the d.o.t. will be using steam to clean off dirt and debris from that structure. the bridge will be closed for just 15 minutes both this morning and tomorrow. >> catherine: 6:10 now. just three months out from election day and both new candidates facing new obstacles. donald trump's health claims now being held into question by very man who treats him. plus new details about hillary
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released. >> jason: also this morning, a kidnapping scandal put to a whole new level. >> if he didn't put her on the phone, i would've hung up. >> jason: the elaborate way a scam tricked a husband and wife thinking the other was in danger. >> sarah: a gorgeous start to the day. dew point in the 50s. feeling comfortable. the wind out of the north west, but likely to shift in the afternoon. if you're out and about this morning, temperatures quickly
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married. >> reporter: brianna says initially she didn't take the threat seriously and hung up on the guy the first time she called but panic set in days later. when brianna called john's cell phone number to tell him about the strange call. listen to who answered john's. >> the same man who called my phone, answered and he was angry and he said hang up. >> reporter: from there, brianna did she withdrew $1,000 and from a cvs wired the money to an account in puerto rico. this is the point where the virtual kidnappers take it to a whole new level. while one has brianna having her run around, another calls her husband and begins the same scam on him. >> john was at work and like his wife, initially expected a hustle. the way the hustltlers hooked h,
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another line. the someonedlers momentarily merged his call with hers. >> him put, her on the phone, sold it for me, hands down. if he didn't put her on the phone, i would've hung up. >> reporter: it all finally unravelled when brianna went to where john was working, both realize they had been had. >> it's all comes out later, but at the time you're not thinking clearly. >> jason: they made it look like the call was coming area code here in massachusetts. another scam claiming to be the i.r.s. to have personal information. caller claims they have a warrant for your arrest. if you get that call, just hang up. >> catherine: blood banks now screening the zika virus thanks to a new mandate from the fda. bringing test dates to puerto rico. only two counties in south
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donations. last month they ordered blood centers in miami and fort lauder daily to stop collecting donations. it came after transfused cases were confirmed in the u.s. >> sarah: well, with he had a few showers yesterday, they were wildly scattered, some communities saw a quick downpour, others remained bone cry. and the rain was welcomed in the drought stricken area. st drought in the boston area up through parts of new hampshire. but you can see from our latest drought monitor, this is just updated on thursday, the severe drought has beenen st. paddy'sed down across parts of the southeast. we really need the rain as we're well below average for the year. nearly 8 inches below in boston. unfortunate, we have a few rain chances throughout the week and it looks pretty limited. talking about this weekend, you can see from the start, it is
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yes, those rain showers did come through yesterday. leading edge working for our weekend. it's going to stay pretty warm today too. we will notice it's all about location. cooler conditions at the coast if that's where you're headed. satellite and radar not showing much and that's going to be the story for the day today. you have to really widen out the shot. there are some high thin clouds to our west that will likely trickle on in through the day. but it's going to be this area of rain as we'll be watching closely. gets pushed lose some of its steam. but that looks to be the next rain chance as we head late sunday into monday. future cast going through the day today. lots of sunshine as high pressure will continue to build on in. could see afternoon puffy clouds, especially the further north you travel and through the interior at the coast, that wind will help to push any of the clouds inland. you'll notice as high pressure scoops to the east, we'll hold on to the sunshine, but those winds will be churning on shore.
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the wind out of the north, expect to turn east as we head midday. what you first notice when you step outside are the dew points. that is showing us how comfortable the air is. in the 50s, that's a good thing. it was in the 70s yesterday. a big difference when you step outside this morning. in boston, we'll be climbing close to 80 degrees by your lunch hour. then that wind kicks on in from the east and keep temperatures stuck in the 70s in the city of boston. you get away from that influence and sure enough, you be in the very mild day with the wind turning from the north to the east. great day to hit the beach. temperatures in the upper 60s to low 70s. low risk of rip current. which is a good thing. high tide occurring this morning around 7:30. hey, if you're headed later this evening to gillette. looking fantastic. 80s as you're tailgating and as the concert gets going, drop into the 70s mostly clear and by the time the concert gets over, looking at temperatures falling back into the 60s.
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back into the 50s and 60s. tomorrow another warm day. a few warm clouds. then a chance of limited showers late sunday into monday and looks as though we'll stay pretty mild as we head through the week. another chance of scattered showers by wednesday. there's the latest look at your forecast. >> jason: all right. sarah. thanks. a big recall this morning. mazda recalling 170 sues for a steering issue. cx7 suvs made between 2012 are impacted. if water gets into the ball joints, they could corrode and cause the drivers to lose steering control. the problem is they use salt to treat the roads here in new england. so far no injuries reported. >> catherine: under that plan, they would decide whether to put on newer vehicles that would weigh more than 26,000 pounds. that device would prevent the vehicle from driving about 65 miles an hour.
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loose fatal crashes. >> jason: weeks of hard work and raid, massive amounts of drug and cash pulled out of an apartment by investigate are tos. only on fox 25 why locals say they're not too shocked by what was found inside. >> catherine: plus a big offer from a south yacht club. ? ?
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>> jason: yesterday, i actually noticed this change. big changes coming through facebook. people will no longer writing news descriptions and headlines for the company's popular news topics. facebook is changing the job over to algorithms that automatically pick topics and generate text his. the group facebook was accused of political bias trending topics. facebook conducted an internal investigation no evidence found of any bias there but all employees still have to go through political bias training any way. >> catherine: that's not the only change coming to facebook, joining target and apple and a few other companies in white house equal pledge. it promises to close the gender wage gap. the companies will need to conduct yearly reviews about who
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processes. in according to the u.s. census, women make 79 city solicitor's office for every dollar men earn. >> jason: let's let's file this one under only in canada, donning full hockey gear to commit a crime. a break in. check this out. the two caught on surveillance video breaking into a store to steal cases of what else, beer. one even brings a hockey stick along, why not? you got to commit. it earlier this month and now making the rounds because they posted to youtube to catch the guys. >> catherine: a hidden path to mexico was uncovered by low water levels. check this out, a sand bar connecting mexico and the united states. it popped up this week, discovered near the mouth of the rio grande in texas and right now the water 10 inches below normal. that sand bar expected to be visible for a few days.
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monitoring that area. >> jason: wow, speaking of water, a south shore group is testing your bravery with the viewing of the classic movie jaws. on the water at night. you get that, the walls to the yacht club, challenging to float through the night time movie in the water in inner tubes. what do you think? >> catherine: kind of scary. remember the opening scene in that movie the women out in the dark by the buoy. >> catherine: a lot of brave people >> jason: they're showing it tonight, life jackets recommend as well. >> catherine: the creepy crawlies sitting in the dark in the water. >> jason: a lot of people out there, probably easier, but still scary. 41 years after that movie comes out, i know the shark looks fake but still gives you the creep. >> catherine: i don't know, sarah would you do it? >> sarah: no. no thank you. look at the beach forecast, why not. on the cape, 80 degrees, south
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>> jason: breaking this morning, we're still following a trio of unrelated shootings in boston overnight. started around 1:45 this morning
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>> catherine: we'll take you live to the latest scene on the latest on the incidents. still fox 25's meteorologist sarah under in the storm tracker weather center. the weekend looking pretty good. >> sarah: yeah, fantastic. really nice conditions tracking the day. as i was walking over to the green screen here, norwood was down to quarter of a mile. now slightly improved. low visibility still in places like keene, current temperatures 50s and 60s. through the interior metrowest temperatures in the 60s. 73 right now in boston. 50s waking up across the cape and islands. hour by hour we go from the 70s in boston close to 80 but then that sea breeze kicks in and keeps things tad bit cooler at the toast. inland today, mid to upper 80s. lots of sunshine on tap. when the next chance of rain arrives and a look at the tropics in a few minutes. >> catherine: all right. we continue to follow the breaking news in jamaica plain
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in the city. >> jason: yeah, this morning, officers continue to investigate three separate shootings throughout town, two in dorchester and one in jamaica plain. one person dead as a result of those shootings. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live at the scene on center street, stephanie. >> reporter: yeah, and i actually just spoke with a man who lives right next door to the 7/11 and he told me he heard at least five gunshots in connection with this shooting. and taking a look behind me you can see police are still here on 7/11. i want my photographer to zoom in to this outside surveillance video. because police right now are looking at the surveillance video, hoping to get more information about a suspect. so far they have not arrested anyone in connection with this fatal shooting. now, the shooting happened just outside of this 7/11 at around 3:30 this morning. and police told us that the wheelchair that you see right here in this video belonged to the victim.
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sit in that wheelchair outside of this 7/11. this is a 24 hour 7/11. so it was open at the time of the shooting. and we saw one man inside of the store earlier this morning speaking with police, possibly an employee who was here at the time and may have seen this shooting. he actually just walked outside and he didn't want to speak with me. but, again, there were witnesses here at the scene. at this point, though, police do not know if this was a random they didn't tell me if the store was robbed or if this was a fatal shooting and that was it. but i did speak with a long time customer here. and he told me that he walks here every morning to buy his newspaper. he also says that he's familiar with the victim. >> god bless you. that's all he said. spare change, god bless you. i can't say he's always there.
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is still very early on in this investigation. detectives are still here on the scene taking photos and processing evidence. they told me they'll be here for at least another hour or so. i'll continue to reach out to them and let you know what they have to say. in jamaica plain, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> >> catherine: breaking news this morning, police have made an arrest in the murders of two nuns in mississippi. one of the nuns from massachusetts. police say rodney early robbed and killed sister paul held and sister merrill. merrill was from stoneham. the suspect early on in the investigation but won't say if he knew the victims. there will be a recall month mass for both women in mississippi followed by a burial monday. >> jason: take a look at the video this morning, a bit of a clean up at a hingham restaurant after a truck slammed into the front door. the crash happened just before
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hospital including two who were in the cafe at the time of the crash. the driver, jeffrey mahoney, police say, wasn't drunk, bull he is under arrest for a variety of charges including operating to danger. this is man who tried to -- surveillance cameras from a gas station caught on castro near the scene of the crime thursday night. charged with assault with intent to commit rape. ly he's going to monday morning. >> catherine: federal agents raided an apartment in dedham. only fox 25 crews were there as agents pulled cash and drugs from the place. fox 25 jim morelli spoke with people who said the whole thing caught them by surprise. >> reporter: heroin, cash, cocaine and crack, a month's long investigation into drug trafficking culminates in dedham and three grams of heroin off of the streets. >> it doesn't surprise me, i feel as though it is ramp pant.
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arrestees, one from dedham. both facing arrest charges. >> no one knows what to do but it's an epidemic. >> reporter: richard murray regularly does business on the street, fentanyl are making a bad problem worse. >> they're getting a powerful, shooting it up, and dying, dropping like flies. >> reporter: in fact, evidence removed from the apartment, led to charges to fentanyl distribution against the two including the haircutting shop upstairs where they told fox 25 they had no idea what was going on. but for anyone surprised about the magnitude of the seizure in dedham, a town official says don't be. >> it's a public health issue that every town and city is dealing around the commonwealth. >> reporter: mike butler a selectman and a coalition of drug and alcohol awareness spoke with us by phone.
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number of times first responders administer narcan. >> reporter: in 2015, narcan was used 30 times in dedham, he says. this year, a shocking increased now used that amount in the first three months of 2016. >> reporter: richard lara and david in dedham, jim morelli, fox 25 news. >> catherine: one down and one to go for the big summer concert formally known as country fest. kenny chesney and miranda lambert teamed up to rock gillette stadium last night of the country fest long known for arrests than music. yesterday, police were ready. they brought in extra officers to keep everything under control. the second of two concerts
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>> jason: it turns out donald trump claimed that he would be the healthiest president in american history may not have much evidence behind it of the only medical records released by the trump campaign are a three sentence note by his doctor. that doctor claims he only spent about five minutes on that note and trump is as healthy as can be expected for his age. if elected, he would be the oldest president-elected in american history since ronald reagan. e-mails released from benghazi attacks. private e-mails and once deleted. after congress began investigating the 2012 attack that killed four americans, including a massachusetts native. we still have two months until the general election, stay with fox 25 for the campaign trail. you can get full coverage all day long and on air at fox25boston.com. >> catherine: a man brought in to clean out city hall now set
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"fox 25 investigates" what he's done to earn the money from your tax dollars. >> jason: a traffic stop goes terribly wrong for a police officer out west. next up, how his badge ended up saving his life. >> sarah: it's a beautiful day, if you're hitting the course, looking fantastic, temperatures
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teenager accused of beating and killing a florida couple has finally opened his eyes and is responsive more than two weeks after the crime. police say austin ha roof didn't know his victims and chose them at randoms. at this time, they think he may have been drugs at the time of the attack, but the test results haven't come back yet. >> jason: get this, the trooper friday, the trooper pulled over a car in las ve jumped out of the car and started running. so the trooper chased after him. and the man began shooting at him. the trooper took a bullet to his chest stopped by his shield and bulletproof vest. he returned fire and killed the gunman. >> catherine: big change to popular news, the attorney for making after steven avery filed to have evidence retested. they claim to have labs standing
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victim's car. he is serving life in the 2005 murder of teresa hole back. a judge is setting close to 90 victims free because a deputy made a terrible mistake. the deputy worked in the harris county evidence room for close to 14 yearsful investigators say when he was cleaning up the room, he simply tossed out the evidence for nearly 90 cases. those cases had to be dropped, every person locked up, even those pled guilty, they are all being released from prison. the deputy now other evidence is missing. >> jason: back to school shopping season, that could mean shopping not just for the kids but for you as well. one big way to save on big ticket electronics like cell phones and laptops without going to the store. >> catherine: the american heart association has a warning
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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, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. not just a select few.
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the maker of epi pens lost his celebrity spokesperson after jacking up prices, sarah jessica parker dropped ties with the company on friday. he has a sun who suffers from a severe allergy to peanuts. an epi pen now costs more than $600. not reduce the cost of the medication despite all of the blow back. >> catherine: urging pramentsdz to limit sugar in their diets as jacquelin felt shows us, the american heart association is first ever recommendations for added should go gar. >> reporter: the american heart association says parents need to cutback on how much sugar their kids are getting. this 17 ounce sports drink is
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place in kids diets. >> reporter: teens should consume less than 6 taste spoons of added sugar a day. health advocates all kids centered food like yogurt and sweetened cereal should be scrutinized by parents. >> one in three kids overweight and obese. sugary drinks raise health >> reporter: janelle's daughter, now 29, is fighting type two diabetes. her daughter had access to soda, sports and energy drinks at school. >> i'm certain that my kid at least consumed way too many sugary beverages. >> reporter: the new guidelines suggests kids under the age of two shouldn't have any added sugars, that way they don't deliver a preference for overly sweet foods.
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>> catherine: starting in you will why of 2018, food products sold in the u.s. will have to list the amount of sugar on the packaging. >> jason: a slow moving natural disaster. over the last three years, a slow wave of mud, rocks and trees have threatened to push a dozen homes off of a cliff. residents had to build walls plant new tree and even try to clear away the mud with a backhoe but nothing worked so far. turns out the problem caused by a broken sewer line the city sa t experts say these homes only have a few more weeks before they're lost. >> catherine: dozens of pets saved from homes in louisiana. a group of veterans and volunteers flew from chicago outline the way down to louisiana to help animals trapped in flood water. the group returned to chicago on friday. the animals will receive complete medical care, vaccinations and microchips before being adopted out.
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be returned to their owners. >> sarah: it's a beautiful start to the weekend, we've got lots of sunshine, better than the clouds we had yesterday. and it's a warm start to the day in boston. 73 degrees right now. that wind is out of the northwest. but be aware. it's likely to change on shore. as we head into the afternoon. local sea breezes keeping things cooler in the city. if you have plans to head in there. but you'll notice it's quite comfortable. yesterda t oppressive. they were in the 70s. but today, we're waking up to comfortable conditions right around the upper 50s to near 60. and we're going to hold on to, i guess quite comfortable conditions, at least through the day today. and then get in that sticky range over the next couple of days. taking a look at the current dew points, 59 at boston. the strip right here of where we'll be in between the upper 50s to lower 60s. that's all because high pressure is going to be moving on in for
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conditions as that front that came yesterday, brought a few showers, not enough to bust the drought. but it is pushing off to the south and east and taking that humid air along with it. dry conditions for this weekend. but take a look at this. we've got wet weather out through parts of upper west, pushing into the great lakes. this is our next rain chance of it doesn't look to head our way late sunday into monday. and really limited chances for some scattered showers. so until then, taking a look at oufu 70s in boston. mostly sunny skies throughout the day today. a few high thin clouds and puffy clouds in the interior. this is around lunchtime. into the 80s already into the coast, the sea breeze already kicking in this the boston area. right around the coast afternoon hours, temperatures struggle in the lower 70s to upper 80s. temperatures climbing to the upper 80s through the interior with a good amount of sunshine.
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interior. here we are temperatures in the upper 80s. 88 in framingham, 88 in fitchburg. 87 in nashua. along the coast a little bit lower. looking like a fantastic day. high pressure our main weather feature over the weekend. it will be sliding to the east as we head into sunday. still allowing for local sea breezes to keep things cooler at the beaches. but notice that front getting a little closer. this is 3:00. still dry, still bright, noticing thin shower popping up across northern new england. but don't expect that to pop up across our area until later. we'll have to watch for the isolated shower late in the day. it's still going to be pretty fantastic if you're out there hiking or heading to the beaches down across the cape and islands, looking like highs will be in the 70s for the most part. that seven-day forecast does feature another chance of showers as we head into next week. but it's going to be sunday into monday with that risk.
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though. temperatures stay above average into the upper 80s by wednesday with a few scattered showers and looks as though we could cool things down by next week. next hour, more about the tropics over to you. >> jason: all right, sarah. a disturbing find outside of a local elementary school. i found more than a dozen used needles near a school play ground. coming up at 7:00 this saturday, what police are doing to make sure children there are safe
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speculation all week whether brady would play or not, he does plate and he makes his presence felt right away. jimmy garoppolo got the start. brady dressed and garoppolo played the first few series brady on the sidelines chomping at the bit to get into this game. 1:48 in the first quarter, number 12 gets out there. on the first play makes things happen. aaron dobson. that would lead to a field goal. on the next drive, go up top to new guy ch 33 yards, perfect pass and catch for a touchdown. just sweet. trots take 9-0 lead. 3 of 9 for 76 yards. jimmy garoppolo did not throw a touchdown. they beat the panthers 19-17. red sox scene wright on the mound last night. he was rusty. and the royals made him pay. eric with a three run shot in the first. 3-0 right away.
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goes five deep but 5-0. but the sox never recover from those five runs. mookie betts went 9 for 9 total. the sox scored many runs a the they had homers free. 6-3 the final, the red sox lose. and the sox fall out of first place because the jays won last night. so david price goes to the mound tonight. looking to stop a three game losing streak. that's your saturday morning i'm butch stearns. >> catherine: today a special welcome home party is planned for needham's ally raisman after her successful bid in rio, including a gold and two silver medals. she has the support has been incredible. >> i haven't been home in 5.5 weeks. it was nice to see them all. all really excited and greeted me with lots of hugs so it was really special. >> catherine: there will be a
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>> jason: alley was able to throw out the first pitch last night. alley let david ortiz wear all of her medals around his neck before throwing out the first pitch. ortiz was behind home plate to catch the toss. heavy medals. >> catherine: yeah, they looked heavy there. coming up the big reward the state is putting up to catch the group responsible. >> sarah: low humidity for the day today. and into the 80s by your lunchtime. dinner time, bbq, but cooler at the he's co, i'll show you what to expect coming up.
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>> sarah: right now on fox 25 morning news, tracking a drop in humidity, how long this dry and st drag our next chance of rain. >> reporter: following breaking news after a man was shot and killed outside of a 7/11. police now searching for the killer. the information we're learning about the victim. >> jason: plus a truck goes right through the front of a crowded restaurant. this morning, three people are hurt. why the driver is now in handcuffs, even though police say he wasn't drunk. >> catherine: and a pilot program to outfit police officers with body cams hitting
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union to stop the program set to launch next week. good morning, to you. thanks for watching the fox 25 morning news. it's 7:00 on your saturday, august 27th. i'm catherine parrotta. >> jason: yes, happy weekend. i'm jason law. we are getting a bit of a break from the humidity out there this weekend. fox 25 sarah wroblewski is in for jason brewer this morning. good morning, sarah. >> sarah: good morning. yes, it's a about temperatures ranging depending on where you are. 57 in keene right now. but already lower 70s in boston. we've got lots of sunshine. fog in places like keene. that's because the dew points are similar to the temperature there. hey, we'll take dew points in the 50s, lower 60s, much better than what we had yesterday. yes, there's a look at that visibility, a little bit reduced but otherwise a bright start. as that sunshine gets to work, temperatures will be climbing
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but a little cooler along the coast. because we'll be watching for the wind to turn on shore. local sea breezes will keep conditions a bit cooler but we'll be talking about this warmth continuing through the weekend. i'll show you what to expect coming up in a few minutes. >> catherine: breaking this morning, it was a busy night for first responders across boston. over the span of two hours, there were three separate, unrelated shootings, each sending a person to the hospital. most of them with life-threatening injuries. >> jason: take a look at this list, boston e.m.s. confirm t morning, they were called to the park in westfield for a shooting and an hour later, someone called on norton street, last in jamaica plain just before 4:00. >> catherine: fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live on the scene in center street and you have confirmed that shooting was deadly. >> reporter: yes, i'm having a bit of a hard time hearing what you had to say, so i'm not sure what you asked me or what you said. but, yes, they have said that
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taking a look behind me you can see at this hour, detectives are now processing the wheelchair that they say the victim used right outside of this 24 hour 7/11. again, he was shot just before 3:30 this morning here at the 7/11 on center street. and from this video, it's just a different look of that wheelchair that police say belongs to the victim. he was known in this area, they say, for sitting in this wheelchair outside of the a detective told me that the victim was able to walk. but he would often sit in that wheelchair. at this point, police still do not know if the shooting was random and still searching for the shooter. detectives and officers have been here since 3:30 processing this evidence, speaking with witnesses and taking a look at surveillance video. this is a 24 hour 7/11 so it was open at the time of the shooting. and we did see at least one person inside of the store,
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with police, possibly may have even witnessed the shooting. the 7/11 is also in a residential area and we have seen detectives earlier this morning walking around with a flashlight, taking a look at homes, possibly looking for bullet holes. but again this is still very early on. no arrests have been made but we have confirmed that a man in his 30s shot and killed here outside of the 7/11 on i also spoke with one long time customer who tells me he's familiar with the victim. you'll hear from him in 30 minutes. in jamaica plain, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: more details about a stabbing that happened overnight as well. fox 25 confirmed it happened on severe street just before 3:00. the victim was brought to the hospital with stab wounds to the face. also breaking this morning, police in mississippi have a man
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two nuns in their home. rodney earl sanders is charged with two counts of capital murder. police have not released details of the possible motive in those killings. center margaret held and paul ra-merrill were discovered dead thursday morning after not showing up for work. merrill a massachusetts native apple still has family in this area. a wake for both nuns will be held tomorrow and laid to rest monday. >> catherine: three people are hurt and a driver facing charges after this crash in a hingham restaurant. this happened just as square last night. you can see the truck went through the front window of the rest raunt on north street. police say two whichers have serious injuries, a passenger in the truck has minor injuries of the driver has been identified as 29-year-old jeffrey mahoney of quincy. police are investigating the cause of the crash. but say mahoney is not impaired in any way. is he accused of possessing drugs a pair of driving charges. meantime, the building inspector was called in to check over that
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once the details are released. also this morning, a road in westminster remains closed as clean up continues from this crash. police there posted this picture to instagram around 10:30 last night. you can see that suv took out a utility pole there on south street. it happened between carter and frog hollow roads. the person in the suv wasn't hurt. no word yet on what caused that crash. crews are working to repair the damage. >> jason: a gloucester man locked up accused of attacking station. arrested yesterday, they matched the 22-year-old to surveillance images of the suspect. he's accused of attacking a woman with disabilities on wednesday and trying to rip off her clothes. a witness tells fox 25, he called for help when he heard the woman's screams. >> and i heard more screaming. and i said that didn't sound normal. i went outside and found the woman up -- a blonde woman in her mid 50s walking up the street.
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commit rape and assaulting a disabled person. he's due in court monday. >> catherine: a bitter fight over $40 million media empire has seemingly been resolved in court. on friday, a judge in probate family court got the ridge stone family members to agree to a trust established by viacom and cbs mobile so his assets will be divided equally between grandchildren. each share worth about a dollars. granddaughter karen accused another family member of trying to take control of his corporation. >> jason: yarmouth -- this victim taken by the victim of that hit and run. and you can see the driver trying to block her face. the passenger is crystal clear. police say they were in a gray chevy cobalt that sit someone in west yarmouth earlier this week. now a reward being led to an arrest in this crime.
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the week of a newspaper box exploding in downtown salem. police investigating as a possible hate crime because the box holds papers for a gay and lesbian publication. they're offering a $5,000 award for the person who placed the explosive device in there. >> catherine: an apparent suicide murder in a quiet town. in a road on watatic mt. road yesterday afternoon. the couple lived than a decade, the neighbors say. >> nice couple. they were a nice couple. >> it's usually quiet. we don't need this kind of -- nobody needs this. >> police have not released details about how that couple died or their names. >> a brockton elementary school has a heroin problem. addicts are going to a playground to shoot up. it's happening just feet from barrett russell elementary school, a school for kindergartners, fox 25 found a needle by a soccer field, nearly
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sewer drain. we went to brockton police on saturday to find out what they're doing about the problem. >> acceptable to you to have needles close to a school in. >> it's not acceptable to have needles at a school. custodians here at the schools will be doing sweeps before the kids get on the property. >> jason: the kids go back to school september 15th and they're trying to do everything they can to keep the addicts out of the park, including egg the up their presence. >> catherine: in italy, the search powerful earthquake survivors. this as the death toll continues to climb. 290 people now confirmed dead. most of them in amatrice. the mayor says there are 15 people unaccounted for. 2100 people staying in makeshift camps as about 6600 rescuers comb through the rubble. meantime, reports being sent overseas here from boston.
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alfred dough pasta, named for the amatrice town. they'll be send a portion of the plate made from each plate to amatrice. >> jason: trying to hold a pilot program to out fit officers with body cameras of the union filed paperwork to block the program on friday. it says by forcing the officers to wear the devices it violated an agreement to let officers volunteer to participate. we did r week, 100 officers being forced to don the gear after no volunteers came forward. the test run is supposed to start next week. the police department and the mayor's office told the boston herald, the union's paperwork is under review. >> catherine: boston carnival continues this weekend with a big parade through roxbury and the police department warning everyone who attends to behave themselves. you can expect to see officers out in full force making sure the event remains family
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violence will not be tolerated. the stern warning of a gang fight erupted during the festivities two years ago. a 26-year-old woman killed when caught in the cross fire. >> jason: this morning, the long fellow bridge will be shut down temporarily so mass. dot can get some cleaning done. will be using steam to clean debris from the structure. closed for about 15 minutes this morning and sunday. >> catherine: three months out now from election day and both new candidates facing new obstacles, donald trump's health being called into question by the man who treats him. new details of which hillary clinton e-mails about to be released. >> jason: a man who brought in city hall as he gets ready for a big pay raise. >> i feel confident about the work that he's done. >> jason: what he's done to earn the money that comes from your tax dollars. >> sarah: sunshine to start the
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>> jason: a man brought in to clean up boston's city hall is
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are paying for it. fox 25 investigative reporter, eric rasmussen ended up obtaining the contract doubling that employee's salary. even though two of his aids indicted but he says they did nothing wrong. >> reporter: former prosecutor who took down witty bulger could receive $400,000, according to the latest contract signed earlier this month by mayor marty walsh. >> i feel very good about the work that he's done. >> jason: the original contract $50,000 last fall. went up to 100,000 in january, 200,000 in february and now $400,000. the mayor hired kelly for his his investigative after several
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wrong. but months later, the city's director of tourism, sports and entertainment. ken bresette and another staff member were charged with extorsion. >> this is a person who you brought in for wrongdoing and he didn't find any. and then two staff members indicted. >> they're on alleged allegations at the end of the day, when the court is complete, we'll know who is correct if anyone is charged in that >> his consulting duties will now include advising a new committee charged with streamlining the city's permitting process. in a statement to fox 25, kelly would only say i'm going to assist the city and decline comment on all other matters. some critics say it's a deal mayor marty walsh will eventually regret. >> this was not a smart choice in terms of optic. it's going to trail him. it's a lot of money, $634 an
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done. >> reporter: this contract with kelly's law firm also includes two of his associates to work with him at raits of up to $345 an hour. the deal with the city doesn't expire until the middle of next year. in boston, eric rasmussen, fox 25 news. >> jason: this weekend, state police want to get the word out about a false scam making the rounds. someone calling people claiming to be with the i.r.s. to try to get personal information. police say they would never call anybody to warn someone about a if you get a call like that, you're told to hang up. >> catherine: police in ware new hampshire, investigating a rash of arrests involving these plastic flamingos. proceeds from the sale help to pay for her treatment. late last night. we learned several bags of the stolen birds recovered by police.
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people tell fox 25, the news has inspired more people to buy the ird birds. >> jason: a new mandate from the fda means all u.s. states will be testing blood donations for zika. before only puerto rico and two counties in south florida had to test the donations. they held the blood centers in miami and fort lauderdale to stop collecting blood donat the u.s. >> sarah: we had a few hit or miss showers yesterday not enough to put a dent into the drought. still dealing with extreme conditions in boston and up through new hampshire. the severe drought expanded down across the south shore and south coast toward the cape cod canal. well below average for the year for rain fall. close to 8 inches. and we need some rain. although our chances really
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sure we've got a few chances over the next several days but very limited and really this weekend, looking pretty dry. it's also less humid. it's a gorgeous start to your day and another warm day, talking temperatures above average. but very typical summer like conditions watching for local sea breezes to keep things cooler at the coast. looking at the satellite and radar, not much going on. off shore clouds here. really, just a nice start to the day. you have to widen out the shot to see begin to filter on in. high puffy clouds in the superior but this area of showers pushing through the upper west great lakes region going to be pushing eastward and provide us with our next chance of some scattered showers. but, again, the moisture looks pretty limited by the time it gets here. and that would occur late sunday into monday. high pressure it is keep us dry for the day today. keeping things cooler, a
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tomorrow. a few more spotting the sky. if you're travelling northward, be prepared to see a few more clouds in the afternoon. may even see an isolated shower. but our chances of seeing showers in the boston area will come well after sunset and mainly through the overnight into early monday, if we see any. so what we've got going on in boston right now. it is 73. the dew point at 60, much better than it was yesterday where it was at 70. so a little bit more comfortable this morning. although not completely bone dry temperatures will be climbing close to 80 in boston by your lunch hour. then you notice that wind developing out of the east. and that will keep things a tad bit cooler in the city. temperatures in the mid 70s. as you head toward evening activities outdoor this evening. so here are your highs. notice right along the coastline. with that on shore wind upper 70s, low 80s, that goes for the cape as well. inland, temperatures in the 80s.
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start. 82. and as the sun sets, temperaturesing droback into the 70s, lower 60s to finish off the concert. really nice conditions. a perfect night to take in a concert. overnight, temperatures fall back into the 60s. a few 50s peppered in there. warm things back up into the upper 80s once again and along the coast, watch for the local sea breezes. again, looks for the risk of the shower by the seven-day forecast, comes in late sunday temperatures in the 80s. we're going to continue our warming trend for the middle part of next week, another chance of scattered showers by wednesday. looks as though we could cool things down to where they should be for this time of year, late in the week. over to you. >> jason: mazda is recalling back 190 suvs for a steering issue. cx7 suvs made between 2007 and 2012 are impacted. if water gets into the
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could crowded restaurant and cause the driver to lose steering control. the problem is they use salt to treat the roads like here in massachusetts. so far no injuries reported. >> catherine: cap the speed limit on buses on high was. a device on newer vehicles weighing more than 26,000 pounds. that would prevent the vehicle from driving above 65 miles an hour. capping speeds for larger vehicles will reduce fatal crashes. >> jas early morning raid. massive amounts of drugs and cash pulled out of an apartment by federal investigators. only on fox 25 this equipment, why locals say they're not too surprised by what was found in inside. surprised by what was found in inside. let's feed him to the sharks! squuuuack, let's feed him to the sharks! yay! and take all of his gold! and take all of his gold!
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jfrmth if you get your news from facebook, of maybe you noticed a change already. no longer writing headlines for the popular news topics. instead turning it over to the algorithms that automatically pick the topics and generate the texts. it comes after accused political
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investigation and found no evidence of bias. but all employees still have to go through political bias training any way. >> catherine: that's not the only change coming to facebook, target and apple, joining them, and the white house pledge. the pledge promises them help close the gender wage gap. yearly reviews of who makes what and their hiring and promotion processes. according to the u.s. census, women make 79 centsor average of dollar men earn. >> jason: only in canada. by donning full hockey gear to commit a crime. break in. the two caught on surveillance video breaking into a store to steal cases of beer. one of them even brings a hockey stick along, why not. police posted it to youtube in the hopes of catching those two.
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though. >> catherine: no hockey mask. >> jason: classic movie of jaws showing on the water at night. >> catherine: the yacht club is challenging people to float through the water on inner tubes and the money will be made for improvement at the yacht. life vests recommended. you were saying no? >> jason: if it's a group of people out there, it would be fun. you're in the water a long time. you're going to have -- toes are going to prune up a bit. >> catherine: we're talking abouten pruing after a two hour movie, that's something to car there. >> jason: we're going to need a bigger boat scene too. we're going to need a bigger boat. >> catherine: oh sarah i don't know. >> sarah: temperature in the water too right around 70 degrees. you might want to think about it if you're in there for quite some time. not my cup of tea.
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show you what to expect. coming up. >> reporter: following breaking news after a man in a wheelchair was shot and killed outside of a four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. 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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(whispering) what are you doing up? (whispering) mom said i could have a midnight snack. you need to go to bed. why? because i am the boss. you're not the boss, mom's the boss. well, technically, we are co-bosses. technically, mom's the boss. mmmm. shhh.
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>> sarah: parts of south western new hampshire, otherwise, we've got the 60s in worcester at 71. 73 in boston. 60s through metrowest, up through parts of new hampshire, salisbury coming in right now at 65. and 60s to 70s for parts of the cape. so a very mild start to your day. as we take you hour by hour, temperatures will be climbing close to 80 degrees in boston. but then winds turn on shore. that's going to keep things stuck in the 70s at the coast. but as you head inland, that's where you see those temperatures climbing in the mid to upper 80s. a few high thin clouds or puffy
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about. lower humidity too. and a little bit cooler pour the the cape. upper 70s to lower 80s. a great beach day and this weekend shaping up really nice. already tracking our next chance of showers, that timeline for you coming up in a few minutes of over to you. >> catherine: we do continue to follow the breaking news in jamaica plain this morning after a violent night in the city. >> jason: officers investigating three different shootings this morning, two in dorchester and one in jamaica plain. now we've learned at least one of those shootings is let's go to stephanie coueignoux. she is live on scene. stephanie. >> reporter: taking a look behind me, this is 7/11 here on center street. unfortunately, a truck has been blocking that scene. i did want to show you some of the bags of evidence that the detectives have been gathering for the past few hours. but, again, this is the center of this investigation. we now know that a man in his 30s was shot and killed outside of this 7/11.
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get to some video, though, this is just outside, this happened at around 3:30 this morning. and police told us that the wheeled chair you see in this video belonged to the victim. so police were telling us, even though the victim was able to walk, he often sat in his wheelchair outside of this convenience store and this is a 24 hour convenience store. so it was open at the time of the shooting. earlier we saw one man inside of the store speaking with police and possibly a witness who may have seen something. and in just th minutes, i've also learned that this was a shooting, not a robbery in any way. so, again, this is a fatal shooting. at this point, though, police weren't sure if this it was a random shooting or what the motive was. but earlier i spoke with a long time customer here, who told me he walks here to the store every morning to buy a newspaper. and he was familiar with the victim. >> god bless you. that's all he said.
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but i see him a lot. >> reporter: and, again, in the last 10 minutes, police have now removed all of that crime scene tape that we showed you live earlier surrounding this, parking lot so customers are now able to go back into the store. i'm going to walk into the store, try to get more information because, again, police are still looking at surveillance video from this convenience store, hoping that it leads them to that shooter. because, again, at this point and i'll have another live report for you in 30 minutes. in jamaica plain, john kasich fox 25 news. >> catherine: breaking news this morning, police have made an arrest for the murder of two nuns from mississippi. one of those nuns from massachusetts. merrill was from stoneham. at this time. investigators say that sanders only became a suspect early on in the investigation.
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there will be a memorial mass on sunday for both women followed by a burial monday. >> jason: a clean up at a hingham restaurant after a truck slammed into the front door. just after 111:00 at the square cafe on north street. three people ended up in the hospital, including two who were inside at the time. driver mahoney is under arrest, with several charges, >> catherine: fox 25's jim morelli spoke with people in the building, who say this whole thing caught them by surprise. >> heroin, crash, cocaine and crack, a month's long investigation into drug trafficking culminates in an early morning drug raid and $300 in drug money off of the street. >> it doesn't surprise me. >> reporter: two men would be surprised. the arrestees from dedham and
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serious charges. >> everyone is frustrated and doesn't know what to do but it's an epidemic. >> reporter: he says the additives to heroin, fentanyl, for example, are making a bad problem worse. >> they're shooting up and they're dying. they're dropping like flies. >> reporter: in fact, evidence moved from the basement apartment led authorities to charges for fentanyl distribution by two men. the raid took shop upstairs who told fox 25 news they had no idea what was going on. >> it's a public health issue that every town and city is dealing with around the commonwealth. >> reporter: mike butler, a selectman and a member of dedham's coalition of drug and alcohol awareness spoke with us by phone. >> the best indicator we have of the use of heroin is with the
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administer narcan. >> reporter: in 2015, narcan was used 30 times in dedham, butler says, this year, a shocking increase. first responders in dedham have now used that amount in the first six months of 2016. the two men arrested richard lara of dedham and david de leon of boston. as far as the street value of the seized los angeles international airport, authorities haven't said, but a good ballpark figure might be around $30,000. in dedham, jim morei, >> jason: in weekend, a westfield family is on the hunt for a special american flag stolen right out in front of their westfield home. don's late husband was not only a vet as well. their son now following in his footsteps and is now overseas. for years, dedisplayed a vintage flag, but this week that flag
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nothing of it. a lot of things, small, big, things in anybody's yard is sent mental. >> jason: the missing flag is metal and a bit rusted. if anybody has the flag, she says just return it and she won't press any charges. >> catherine: one down and one to go for the big summer concert known as country fest. kenny chesney and miranda lambert teamed up last night. it's known for long arrests they brought in extra officers to keep everything under control. the second of two concerts starts tonight at 5:00. >> jason: it turns out donald trump's claim that he would be the healthiest american president in u.s. history may not have much evidence behind it. a three sentence note from his doctor. that doctor claims he only spent 5 minutes on the note and trump is about healthy as one can expect for his age. if elected, trump would be the
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in the meanwhile, we now know hillary clinton e-mails a state department ordered hem to release, deal with the benghazi attack. clinton's team deleted the e-mails a after investigating the 2012 attack that killed four americans, including massachusetts native, glen doherty. >> catherine: both husband and wife were tricked into thi >> jason: a traffic stop goes terribly wrong in a traffic stop out west. how his badge saved his life. >> sarah: mid 70s by your mid morning. and then as we head toward your lunch hour, climbing into the low to middle 80s. if you have any outdoor plans. a little cooler at the coast.
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>> catherine: this morning, the teenager of killing and his eyes. he didn't know his victims and chose them at random. at this point, he isn't talking. police i this he may have been on drugs at the time of the attack, but the blood tests haven't come back yet. >> jason: friday a trooper pulled over a car in las vegas. during the traffic stop, the person jumped out of the car and started running the trooper chased after him. then the man began shooting the
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police badge and vest. he returned gunfire and killed the gunman. >> catherine: big development in the case of national news, popular netflix documentary, steven avery, making of a murder, suspect, the attorney claims labs to be standing by that can prove avery's blood was planted in the victim's car. he is serving life in the 2005 murder of teresa halbach. first of its kind for recommendations for diets the new rule parents need to know about how much sugar is too much. >> catherine: plus kids around the area are heading back to school of the shopping list can
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price hundreds of dollars for the life saving medication. sarah jessica parker cut ties on friday. she has a son who suffers from severe allergy to peanuts. it cost more than $1200, contrast to 70 bucks a few years ago. the drug company says it does not plan to reduce the cost of the medication despite all public blow back. >> catherine: how to save money on back to a simple supply list of notebooks and pencils, more complicated than ever, with electronics on the list. gene lavanchy has ways to save money on big ticket items. >> it's really really expensive. which is kind of nuts. >> reporter: a.j. garrison is the founding partner at 541 marketing. looking a way to save cash on favorite school gadgets. >> happening all of the time.
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been a spike for laptops and cell phones you can still save money for these products just by doing research. >> check out the reviews check not only the retailer you're buying from but also if model you're buying for as well. >> refurbished is a great way to go. it's a heavily regulated industry. i think a lot of people get a lot of value from refurbished as well as items >> reporter: brian hard well, owner of the electronic store replayed, what to look for in being used electronics. >> you want to make sure you can test an item before purchasing it, want to make sure warranty. try not to buy things off of craigslist, with without a background. >> if you want to save more money, go back down to the first generation, this ipad still
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not be the latest and greatest, but it is an incredible deal. >> reporter: gene lavanchy, fox 25 news. >> catherine: another tip, if they offer student discounts. might offer the the option to trade in old electronics for new ones. for more ways to save, visit our website fox25boston.com. >> jason: flash floods hit the area of the country cleaning up from a tornado earlier this week. heavy rains turned roads into river nea night. 24 hours after tornado knocked out the power to thousands of people in that area. it could be days before the power is restored because some areas just aren't accessible. dozens of homes threatened out in hon look look because of a slow natural disaster. it's opinion threatening to push a dozen homes off of a cliff. residents planted walls, new
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low. but nothing worked so far. the problem is caused by a broken sewer line that city experts say is too expensive to fix. only have a few more weeks before it's hosted for good. >> catherine: devastating flooding in louisiana, a group of veterinarians and volunteers drove from chicago all the way down to louisiana to help animals trapped in homes by the flood water. the group returned on friday. the animals will receive complete medical care, before being adopted out. any animals with microchips will be returned to their owners. >> sarah: good saturday morning. i love to share your pictures you're sending into us. this one from alex here, you can see a gorgeous shot this morning on the cape from the sunrise. great, just absolutely beautiful. i just got another one coming in. i'm going to show you in the next up coming hour as well. here's my picture.
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gorgeous start. dew point 60. typically we say that's right when it gets a little bit sticky but so much better than yesterday when the dew points were in the lower 70s. so we'll take that 10 degree drop there. the wind currently out of the northwest. we're going to notice the light wind out of the north. it's going to be turning on shore through the afternoon. and that's going to make a big difference in temperatures where you are today. dew point scale i mentioned it was oppressive yesterday. today not too bad in the comfortable sticky range. 'r conditions over the next couple of days. it doesn't look like back to the oppressive range at least in the early near future. chances of rain dry today but we're going to bring back that risk late sunday. in fact, most of us stay dry. the further north and west we go, you're going to see that chance of an isolated shower. a cold front coming through sunday into monday, may spark a shower or two but it's really limited right now as it looks as though it may lose a lot of its steam.
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a lot of showers yesterday, to the southeast and bringing that humidity away from us as well. high pressure allowing to come on in and bring that dry air. notice, though, there is some wet weather out here. that's the area of precipitation i was talking about, that could be heading our way into parts of new england as we head sunday into monday. look at southern new england for the day today, looking fantastic, lots of sunshine. a few clouds may dot the the further inland you go, where temperatures really heat up. control for our sunday. as we have that system push off shore, the wind will remain on shore. cooler at the beaches both today and tomorrow. notice in the afternoon. we've got that clouds out there and an isolated shower. i'm going to continue to put that into play as the cold front pushes closer, notice 10:00, still dry in southern new england. a few showers possible to the north and west as that front comes on through, sunday into monday of you can see it brings more in the way of some clouds and a wind shift. there could be an isolated
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that sea breeze. if you're headed to fenway, not too bad. 70s for today and tomorrow. i want to take a look at the tropics too. because we have been watching gaston, still tropical storm, but forecasting to turn into a hurricane. doesn't look to affect us. push out to sea but may create some problems at the beaches early next week. we'll super to watch for the possibility of moderate rip current that could watch as the system starts to turn up seas. weekend, looking fantastic. cooler at the coast, mid to upper 80s inland. both today and tomorrow. slight chance of showers tomorrow into sunday and then we stay warm as we head toward the middle of part of the week of the skartd clouds on tuesday, dry and cool as we start off the week, over to you. >> jason: disturbing find outside of a local elementary school. a dozen used needles coming up at 8:00, we'll tell you what police are doing to make sure
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>> jason: a beautiful weekend out there michelle loss scan no shows us what's going on this weekend. >> reporter: a lot going on around town this weekend. the traditional fair has taken place at the marshfield fairgrounds. music festival, 149th annual fair is not to be missed. throughout the weekend, if demolition derby and tractor
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faneuil hall celebrates 40 years. stop by. throw on dancing shoes for free dance party. and tomorrow check out the red sox showcase, a travelling band with batting cages, pitching station and red sox agenda and more. also this weekend. ? every girl crazy by the sharp dressed man ? >> reporter: if you're looking for a sharp dressed man or strut your legs around the blue we're going old school with z.z. top. they still have their classic beards and will be performing with greg alman as well. definitely something to check out. for more around town this weekend, make sure to have the fox 25 news app and in the menu click around the town section, or click the around town tab at fox25boston.com. whatever you do make it a great weekend. i'm michelle lazcano. for fox 25 news.
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needham. the first time she's back in massachusetts since the successful stint in rio which included a gold and a two silver medals. she says the support she's gotten this time has been incredible. >> i haven't been home in 5.5 weeks, it was nice to see them all and they all greeted me with lots of hugs so it was really special. >> catherine: there will be a rally for alley this morni 10:00. coming up, the big reward the state is putting up to catch the group that's responsible. >> sarah: temperatures in the 70s this morning. if you're hanging out in your backyard right around lunch hour in the 80s, that should go for that welcome for alley too. mid 80s in the afternoon. dinner time, cooler at the coast. i'll show you what to expect in your town coming up. >> catherine: and we continue to follow breaking news out of
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>> sarah: right now on fox 25 morning news, tracking a drop in humidity, how long this dry stretch of weather lasts already tracking our next chance of rain. >> reporter: following breaking news after a man was shot and killed outside of a 7/11 and police now searching for the shooter. the information we're learning
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>> jason: plus a truck went right through the front of a crowded restaurant of this morning, three people are hurt. why the driver is now in handcuffs even though police say he wasn't drunk. >> catherine: and a pilot program to outfit 100 boston police officers with body cameras hitting a road block. the last ditch effort from the police union to stop launching of the program set to start next week. >> catherine: good morning to you, thanks for watin 25 morning news. it's 8:00 on your saturday, august 27th, i'm catherine parrotta. >> jason: and i'm jason law. good morning, happy weekend. the summary is winding down. it's one of the last. we're getting down to the last of -- sarah wroblewski in your jason brewer to tell us what it's like out there today. >> sarah: i know we have labor day weekend next weekend but some head back to school next week some already back to school.
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up to a gorgeous day out there. 75 in boston right now. air pretty comfortable, upper 50s, low 60s, we'll take it. day planners goes like this 65 by lunch hour, into the lower 80s by lunch time. this afternoon, mid to upper 80s away from the coast. that's the thing i'm going to point out. that wind is going to turn on shore and going to keep things a tad bit cooler. really a spectacular summer day. less humid, going to be dry. for the majority of your sunday as well. tracking our next chance of rain, that timeline coming up in a few minutes. >> catherine: breaking this morning, it was a busy night for first responders across boston. over the span of just two hours, there were three separate unrelated shootings, each sending a person to the hospital and most of them with life-threatening injuries. >> jason: boston e.m.s. confirms to fox 25 just before 2:00 a.m. called to the park for a
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the last shooting happened in jamaica plain just before 4:00 a.m. >> catherine: fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live on center street. stephanie, you confirmed that that incident is deadly. >> reporter: yes, a man in his 30s was shot outside of the 7/11 behind me. and taking a look, police have reopened the scene and customers are now back inside the 7/11. they're taking a look at surveillance video. you can actually see a camera on because right now they do not have any arrests and within the last 20 minutes, police say they actually don't even havesa description of the suspect to pass along. and they also have not been able to identify the victim. this is some video of we took when we first arrived here on scene and the wheelchair in this video, police tell me belonged to the victim. they say he was known in this neighborhood, he would often sit in that wheelchair outside of
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able to walk. at this point, police do not know if this was a random shooting. again, they're still searching for the shooter. but they still me that the 7/11 itself was not be rowed. detectives and officers were here for 3.5, 4 hours, processing evidence, taking photos, speaking with witnesses, because we know at least one employee was here inside the store at the time. this is 24 hour convenience store. of a residential neighborhood. we saw detectives actually using a flashlight, taking a look at homes, possibly looking for bullet holes. a witness told me he heard at least five gunshots. taking a look behind me you can see this 7/11 is surrounded by homes right here. a scary situation for people in the middle of the night who may have heard all of those gunshots. we're reaching out to police again, hoping to get a
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us. i also spoke with a long time customer who says he's familiar with this victim. and you'll hear from him coming up in 30 minutes. in jamaica plain, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: the violence continues working to get more details right now about a stabbing that happened in the city overnight. fox 25 confirmed it happened on seaver street just before 3:00. the e.m.s. says the victim was brought to the hospital suffering stab wounds to the face. breaking this morning, police in mississippi have a man in custody accused of murdering two nun rodney earl sanders being charged with two counts of capital murder. police not released details of a possible motive there. the killings, sisters margaret held and paula merrill discovered dead after they didn't show up for work. merrill was a massachusetts native and still has family in this area. a wake for both nones will be held tomorrow. they'll be laid to rest monday. >> catherine: new this morning, three people hurt and a driver
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after square cafe was getting ready to close last night. police say two customers have serious injuries. the passenger in the truck has minor injuries. the driver identified as 29-year-old jeffrey mahoney of quincy. police still investigating the cause of that crash. but say mahoney was not impaired in any way. he is accused of possessing drugs and facing a pair of driving charges. mahoney due in court monday. meanwhile the building inspector was called in to check over that building. we'll let you of that inspection once details are released. >> jason: gloucester man locked up this weekend accused of attacking a woman near a train station. castro was arrested friday. after matching him to surveillance video of the suspect. he's accused of attacking a woman with disabilities on wednesday and trying to rip off her clothes. a witness told fox 25 that he called for help when he heard the woman screaming. >> and i heard more screaming and then i said that didn't
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woman in her mid 50s walking up the street. >> jason: castro being charged with attempt to commit rape and assault of a disabled person, he's due in court monday. >> catherine: a bitter fight over $40 million media empire has been solved in court. on friday, a judge got the red stone family members to accept the deal, agreeing to mandate trust established by viacom and red stone after his among five grandchildren. each share worth about a billion dollar. in may, one granddaughter accused another granddaughter of taking advantage of his health trying to take voluntary control of his corporations. >> jason: this picture taken by the victim in a hit and are unand you can see driver trying to block her face, but the passenger in the car is crystal clear. police say they were riding in a
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someone in west yarmouth earlier this week. now an award being offered leading to the an arrest in this crime. we showed you this earlier in the week, an new box exploding in downtown salem possibly investigating it as a possible hate crime because it holds the paper to an lgbt publication. they're offering $5,000 reward for the person placing that explosive in there. >> catherine: ashby mourning a murder suicide in the quiet the bodies of the man and woman found outside of the home thursday afternoon. neighbors say the victims are a couple that lived there more than a decade. >> they were a nice couple. a nice couple. >> usually quiet. we don't need this kind of -- nobody needs this consider. >> police have not released details about how they that couple died nor their names. >> jason: addicts going to a playground to shoot up, happening just feet from barrett
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fox 25 found a needle beside a soccer field and nearly a dozen thrown down a sewer drain. so we went straight to brockton police to find out what they're doing about the problem. >> acceptable to you to have needles this close to a school? >> it's not acceptable to have any school with needles in it. custodians here at the school will be doing sweeps at the school every morning before the kids get on the property. >> jason: the kids go back to school september 15th. and block ton police say they're doing everything they can to including stepping up their patrols there. >> catherine: in italy, funerals have begun for some of the victims. right now it's 2:00 and the state funeral underway for about 40 people. this as the death toll continues to climb. 290 people confirmed dead most of them in amatrice. the mayor says there are about 15 people still unaccounted for. across the region, some 2100 people staying in makeshift
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meantime, support being sent overseas from right here in north end in boston. alfredo pasta known has amatrice named for the italian town. several north end restaurants teaming up. a portion of each plate to amatrice. >> jason: trying to hold a pilot program to outfit officers with body cameras. the union sent in papers we did report earlier this week, 100 police officers are being forced to don the gear after nos came forward. the six month test run is supposed to start next week. the police department and the mayor's office told "the herald" the union's paperwork is being reviewed. >>catherine: boston carnival begins this weekend with a big parade through roxbury this morning and the police department warning everyone who
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full force making sure the event remains family friendly. police say public building and violence will not be tolerated of the stern, with a comes after a gang erupted violent activity erupted two years ago, a 26-year-old woman killed when caught in the cross fire. both candidates facing new obstacles. donald trump's health claims being called into question by the very man who treats him. plus new details of what e-mails are about to be >> jason: this saturday, a kidnapping scam taken to a whole new level. the high tech and elaborate way a criminal tricked a husband and wife into thinking the other was in danger. >> sarah: it's 75 in boston with dew point in the 60s. feeling comfortable. if you're out in the next couple of hours, temperatures climbing into the upper 70s.
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>> jason: you hear it all of the time. someone calls up claiming your loved one in danger and to wire money or else. but one couple was hit by scammers using an he lab rat
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experience with fox 25 ted daniel. >> ock. i'm right here, done. >> reporter: if you hear this voice on the line, hang up. that advice from a married new hampshire married couple. brianna and john asked us to not use their last name. >> when they called me, they said, i have your husband, john. so they knew both of our names, both of our numbers and that we were married. >> reporter: brianna says initially she didn't take the threat the guy the first time she called. but panic set in minutes later. when brianna dialed john's cell phone number to tell him about the strange call, listen to who answered john's number. >> the same man that just called my phone answered. and he was angry and he said, why would you hang up? >> reporter: from there brianna did exactly as she was told with the couple's one and three-year-old in toe, she
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puerto rico. >> this is the part where the virtual kidnappers take this scam to a whole new level. while one has brianna on the line running her around, another calls her husband and begins to run the same scam on him. >> john was at work and like his wife, initially suspected a hustle. the way the hustlers hooked him, clever. remember, brianna is still on another line. the someonedlers merged his call with herlies. >> him putting her on the phone, sold it for me, happened down. if he didn't put her on the phone, i would've hung up. >> reporter: it finally unravelled when brianna went to where john was working. they both realized they had been had. >> it all makes sense afterward at the time. you don't know. >> jason: we have another phone
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they say someone is calling people claiming to be from the i.r.s. and trying to get personal information. the caller claims they have a warrant for your arrest. of course police say they would never call to warn someone about a warrant. if you get a call from somebody saying they're with the i. rearview mirror s., hang up immediately. >> catherine: police in weare, new hampshire investigating a rash of arrests of these flamingos. as they're quickly popping up on lawn, they're disappearing over the past week, they've gotten a number of calls about stolen flamingos. we learned last night, several bags of the stolen birds recovered by police. so far no charges filed. people in town tell fox 25 news of the crime has inspired more people to buy the birds. blood banks will now be screaming for the zika virus, thanks to a new mandate from the
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counties in south florida had to test donations. last month, they ordered blood donations in miami and fort lauder daily to stop collecting donations. this came after zika cases in the u.s. >> sarah: good saturday morning. a few scattered rain showers yesterday. they were hit and miss. and not heavy enough to help with our drought situation. still an extreme drought in the severe drought as of last week, thursday, when it was updated, expanded down to the south shore as well as the south coast. well over 7 inches of rain below average, i should say, for our city, for this year. so we really separately need the rain and i just really don't see many great chances over the next several days. there are several, though, and i'm going going to get intona. it's going to be less dry,
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day. warm today too. above average. at the coast watching for those sea breezes. satellite and radar look likes this, not much. we'll take it. widen out the shot to see clouds that may come across the sky later today. also our next batch of rain. still out in the upper mid west and through the great lakes and pushing eastward and doesn't look to be headed to our area until late sunday into monday when this the front comes through. high pressure will and pleasant for the day today. providing light winds too. as we head into the afternoon. notice the wind turning on shore, very similar set up for the day tomorrow. as well as high pressure pushing to the beach. cooler conditions at the beaches if that's where you're headed this weekend. notice by sunday afternoon, a bit thicker clouds to the north. you start to see some rain developing. there may be an isolated shower
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new england. this cold front may allow for an isolated shower or two. we could see a shower or storm erupt on monday. then back to dry conditions. so for the day today, all about the sunshine and lower humidity. dew points in the 60s, it was in the 70s yesterday. enjoy that while you can. we've got temperatures right now at 75. climbing close to 80 by your lunch hour, but with the sea breeze developing, stuck in the 70s in boston. get away from the influence of that ocean a temperatures soaring into the 80s. 86 in fitchburg. out of the north, switching to the east. a lot of noise out of gillette tonight. kenny chesney. summertime temperatures to start. 82. and then once the sun goes down, feeling pretty good. i should say pretty good of course for kenny chesney and miranda lambert there too. temperatures back into the 60s, feeling pretty cool out there.
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into the 60s, a few 50s peppered in there. once again tomorrow, back into the 80s and sea breeze likely to develop along the south coast and the cape and islands. really great beach day. we're going to be talking about low risk of rip currents too. the rain fall forecast doesn't show much happening through late tomorrow. but through monday, anywhere up to .01st of an inch. we still keeping an eye on this rain. does not look much rain. several inches of rain over the next several days. features dry conditions over the weekend. slight chance of showers, late monday into monday. another chance of scattered showers on wednesday. looks like dryer and cooler weather will be moving on in late in the week over to you
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calling back 190,000 suvs for a steering issue. between 2007 and 2012 are the ones impacted. if water gets into the suspension ball joints they could corrode and cause the driver to lose steering control. the problem is with he use salt to treat the roads. so far no injuries reported. >> catherine: a new proposal could cap the speed limits for trucks and buses on highway. a device would be vehicles that weigh more than 26,000 pounds. that would prevent the vehicle from driving over 65 miles an hour. capping speeds for larger vehicles will reduce crashes, the government says. >> jason: an early morning raid this month week, massive amounts of drugs and cash pulled out an apartment by investigate are tos. why locals say they're not shocked by what was found inside. >> catherine: a big offer from
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>> jason: if you get your news from facebook, maybe you notice a change. facebook employees will no longer be writing news descriptions and headlines for
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turning the job over to algorithms, computers that automatically pick topics and generate text. the move coming months after facebook was accused of political bias in trending topics. facebook did conduct an internal investigation and said they found no evidence of any bias with their employees, still all of its employees will have to go through political bias training any way. you can file this under canada only. a pair of thieves sho undying love of the sport, of course, hockey by donning hockey gear to commit a crime. the two men breaking into the store to steel two cases of what else, beer. got to get that beer. one even brought along a hockey stick. the video making the round online because police posted it to youtube in the hopes of catching those guys. i don't get the hockey pads. >> catherine: it would make sense if they had a hockey mask on. but they don't.
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crime. >> jason: are they going to tackle somebody or slam them to the wall? >> catherine: i don't know. check this out, did you know this was a sand bar connecting mexico to the united states. popped up this week. discovered near the mountains of the rio grande in texas. right now the water 10 inches lower than normal. so that sand bar expected to be visible for days. u.s. border patrol agents say they are monitoring that area. >> jason: got to keep an eye on the low water, a south shore yacht club is testing your bravery with a viewing of jaws. doing it on the water at night, call legging people to float through the night time showing of the movie while in the water on the inner tube. going to show the move slee tonight of the money raised to improvements at the yacht club. life vests are recommended. >> in the dark in the water
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>> the more we talk about it, i think it's a great idea. if i didn't have to wake up so early, maybe i would. i think that would be very very scary. remember the opening scene where the women swims out and gets attacked in the first scene, that's horrifying correct >> my thing, you're watching the movie at night, you get tired, what if you fall asleep in the tube? >> jason: doesn't the shark still look fake to you. >> sarah: yeah, but i still wouldn't do that. i think the sharks are -- temperatures in the low 80s. a cooling sea breeze, making it feel awesome. water temperatures in tupper 60s to low 70s. high tide happening an hour ago of the risk rip current risk is low. what you can expect inland for the full weekend forecast ahead. >> reporter: following breaking news after a man in a wheelchair
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forecast. >> sarah: temperatures in the mid 70s in boston. lower 70s as you head up along the north shore. sharon right now at 73. a few 60s. framingham 69 as well fitchburg and pepperell up through new hampshire, continue to see this temperature trend warm as the sun is doing its work. i mean marshfield coming in at 77. have to checkta out. but 70s for the cape and islands right now. looks pretty fantastic. we're going to notice te in boston. wind is going to turn on shore and keep things in the 70s i should say in boston as we have that local sea breeze. cooler conditions at the coast with the upper 70s to low 80s. same thing for the cape cod. but as you head inland. that's where you have the temperatures in upper 80s, a few afternoon clouds were but tracking the risk of rain and taking a closer look at the tropics coming up in a few minutes. >> we continue to follow breaking news in jamaica plain
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>> jason: officers continue to investigate three separate unrelated shootings throughout the city. two in dorchester and one in jamaica plain. now we learned one of those shootings is deadly. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live at the scene off of center street. good morning, stephanie. >> yes, and i actually got new information from police, they are telling me this was an apparent targeted shooting. where the victim, a homeless man in his 30s was shot and killed outside of this 7/11 right here knew the victim, walked up to him at 3:30 in the morning, shot the victim four times, and then walked away. i do want to show you some video that we took earlier this morning. and you can see a wheelchair in this video. police told us the wheelchair belonged to the victim. we're told that the victim was able to walk. but, again, he would park himself here outside of the 7/11. and sit in that wheelchair.
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least one employee was working at the time of the shooting. police also say they have reviewed some surveillance video. but unfortunately, all of those cameras did not actually capture the shooting so they don't have a description of the suspect to pass along to us at this point in time. meantime, i also spoke with a long time customer earlier. he told me that he walked to this store every morning to grab a newspaper and told me that he was familiar with this victim. >> that's all he said. spare change. god bless you. i can't say he was always there. but i see him a lot. >> reporter: and, again, we just learned that police say this was apparent targeted shooting. the suspect knew the victim apparently had some sort of issue, walked up to him, shot him four times and then walked away. again, no arrests have been made at this time.
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as soon as we have an update we'll let you know on air and online at fox25boston.com. in jamaica plain, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news correct >> breaking news this morning, police have made an arrest in the murders of two nuns in mississippi. one of the nuns was from massachusetts. police say rodney early sanders robbed and killed paula merrill. and sister held. merrill was from stoneham. they won't say if he knew t sunday for both women and followed by a burial monday. >> jason: a bit of a clean up this morning at a hingham rest raunt after a truck slammed into the front door. the crash happened just before 11:00 on at the square cafe on north street. three people ended up in the hospital including two who were in the cafe at the time. the driver, jeffrey mahoney wasn't impaired but still under arrest for a variety of charges this morning including operating
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raid an apartment in dedham. only fox 25 crews were there as they pulled drugs and cash from the case. fox 25 jim morelli spoke with neighbors who say the whole thing caught them by surprise. >> reporter: a month long investigation into drug trafficking culminates to a raid in dedham and $300,000 worth of heroin off of the streets. two people probably surprised, the arrestees from from from boston both facing numerous charges. >> i know it's frustrated a but it's an eppidep mick. >> reporter: he says the additives to inha, fentanyl, for example, are making a bad problem worse. >> they're getting a powerful vacuum and shooting it up and dying. dropping like flies. >> reporter: from the basement apartment led authorities to also file charges of fentanyl distribution against the two men. the raid took many by surprise
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upstairs where employees told fox 25 they initially had no idea what was going object. but for anyone surprised about the magnitude of the seizure in dedham, a town official says don't be. >> it's a public health issue that every town and city is dealing with around the commonwealth. >> reporter: mike butler, a selectman and a member of dedham's coalition of drug and alcohol awareness spoke with us by phone. >> the best indicator we have of the use of heroin is number of times fist responders administer narcan. >> reporter: in 2015, narcan used 30 times in dedham, butler says, this time a shocking increase, first responders now used that amount in the first six months of 2016. the two men arrested richard lara of dedham and david de-leon of boston.
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$30,000. in dedham, jim morelli fox 25 news. >> catherine: well, it's one down, one to go for the big summer concert formally known as country fest. kenny chesney and miranda lambert teamed up to rock gillette stadium last night. long known for its arrest reports rather than music. but last night they were ready. they brought in extra officers in an attempt to keep everything under control. the second of two concerts starts tonight at >> jason: donald trump's claim he would be the healthiest american president in american history may have no evidence behind it. the only medical reports are he lease bid the donald trump campaign are a three sentence note from his doctor. that doctor now claims he only spent five minutes on the note. trump is as healthy as a man expected to be of his age. if he electriced he would be the oldest american history elected after ronald reagan. hillary clinton e-mails to be released deal with the
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server and once deleted. clinton's team deleted them after congress began investigating the attack. four americans were killed, including massachusetts native, glen doherty. >> catherine: "fox 25 investigates" what money is being done with your tax dollars. >> jason: a traffic stop going terribly wrong for a police officer in nevada. how his >> sarah: by your lunch hour into the 80s through the interior and then start to see cooler conditions at the coast.
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not just a select few. vote no on question 2. >> catherine: this morning, the teenager accused of beating apple killing a florida couple has finally opened his eyes and responsive more than two weeks after the crime. police say austin ha roof can't know his victims and chose them at random. at this point, the motive isn't clear and he isn't talking. blood tests haven't come back yet. >> jason: a nevada trooper is lucky to be alive thanks to his badge. during the traffic stop a person jumped out of the car and started running away of the trooper chased after him and the man began shooting at the trooper. that trooper took a bullet to the chest. look at this picture. the bullet stopped by his police badge and bulletproof vest. that trooper returned fire and killed the gunman. >> catherine: big developments
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news thanks to popular netflix documentary. the earn to for making a murderer suspect steven avery filed a motion to have evidence in the case to be he retested of the earn to claims to have labs standing by that can from you've that avery's blood was planted in his victim's car. he is serving life in prison for the 2005 murder of teresa halbach. >> jason: back to school season, that means big time shopping for kids and you as well. without having to go to the store.
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>> jason: the maker of epi pens lost the celebrity spokesperson after jacking up costs of the
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sarah jessica parker cut ties with the company on friday. she has a son who suffers severe allergies to peanuts. epi pen costs $600 in contrast when the medication was only 60 pucks. the maker of the drug says it does not plan to reduce the cost of the medication despite the blow back. >> catherine: as jacquel association spruces the first ever recommendations for reducing sugar. >> reporter: american heart association says parents need to cutback on how much sugar their kids are eating of this sports drink is two weeks worth of added sugar. >> the sugary drinks have no place in kids diets. >> reporter: the teens should consume less than 6 taste spoons
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including. all foods like yogurt and sweets and cereals should be scrutinized by parents were one in three kids are overweight or obese. sugary drinks increase health rates like type two diabetes. >> reporter: janelle's daughter is suffering from type two diabetes. janelle tried to limit drinks in the house, but had access to those in school. >> i know my kid at least had too many sugary beverages. >> reporter: the new guidelines, kids under the inch after two shouldn't have any sugary drinks. that way won't develop a preference for should go guardry foods. >> catherine: foods sold in the u.s. will have to list amount of sugar on the packaging. >> jason: a slow moving natural
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trees threatened to push a dozen homes right off of a cliff. residents tried to stop it, by many things, nothing working so far. the problem man made, cause by a broken sewer line that the city says is too expensive to fix. experts say these homes only have a few more weeks before they're lost for good. >> catherine: dozens of pets now saved hundreds of miles from home. following the devastating flo a group of havetnarians and volunteers drove from chicago all the way down to louisiana to help animals trapped in homes by the flood water. the group returned to chicago friday. the animals will receive complete medical care, vaccinations and microchips before being adopted out. many animals will return to their natural owners. >> is i tweeted out, i wanted folks to send in their pictures for the day.
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25. this gorgeous shot in harwich this morning. that's when the sun was coming up. just rising, gorgeous pictures this morning, a few clouds to dot the sky and now picture perfect blue sky in boston. currently 75. that sunshine is getting to work. and it feels comfortable. that's the thing you'll start to notice when you step outside first thing. the humidity look much lower for today. oppressive yesterday. we're going to hold on to today. may be a bit sticky at times today. but nothing like yesterday. speaking of, humidity slightly increasing on sunday. bring in the next chance of widely scattered showers, late sunday into monday. as a cold front comes on through. but today it's going to be dry and honestly mostly sunday dry too. chances really increase as we head through the overnight hours and for your monday. this is a cold front that brought scattered showers to the region, hit or miss.
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take a look at what's behind that. there's a batch. rain that i was talking about. that looks as though it's going to be pushing eastward and moving in late sunday into monday. future cast shows that nicely as high pressure remains in play for the day today. pleasant conditions lots of sunshine. winds on shore. both today and tomorrow. which provides cooler conditions at the beaches. warmest conditions to the interior. if you're travelling on sunday, notice b clouds spilling across the sky across our northern areas. the ed looking edge of that cold front that may spark an isolated shower, but southern new england, you're looking fairly dry. we'll have to watch as you see the front start to approach. again, this is late sunday around 10:00. so mainly dry weekend. a warm weekend, a really nice one. hope you get outside to enjoy. upper 70s for the interior. but with the wind turning on shore. upper 70s to low 80s for the
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for the cape and islands for the day today. if you've got plans to med to fenway, great night at ballpark, temperatures in the eftsdz is, dropping back into the 60s once the sunset. both tonight and tomorrow. we'll notice a few more clouds in play for tomorrow. that weekend forecast, travelling northward again, watch for that shower, but lots of sunshine, across the cape and islands, spectacular. upper 80s today, lower 70s for tomorrow. point out still watching tropical storm gaston tu it is going to turn out into sea. not affect us, that will allow for waves next week at the beaches elevate the risk of rip current. that seven-day forecast, shows dry conditions this weekend. slight chance of a shower late sunday into monday and another chance of scattered showers on wednesday. otherwise fairly dry and then we get cooler as we head into later part of next week. over to you. >> jason: a disturbing find outside of a elementary school, we found more than a dozen
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ground. coming up at 9:00 what the police are doing there to keep the kids safe. >> catherine: and brady is back. coming up next welcome. it's me! the extra crispy colonel. my extra crispy, twenty dollar fill-up
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or get 0% apr for 60 months and $1,000 dollars summer invitation bonus. >> reporter: hello everybody, i'm butch stearns of the big news this morning is the return of tom brady last night in carolina. speculation all week whether brady would play or not in the preseason third game. he does play and makes his presence felt right away. jimmy garoppolo got the start. brady dressed and garoppolo played the first three series brady on the sidelines chomping at the bit to get into this game. number 12 does get out there.
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things happen. aaron dobson, 27 catch and run that would lead to a field goal. on the very next drive, watch brady go up top to new guy chris hogan. 33 yards, the perfect pass and catch for a touchdown. just sweet. patriots take 9-0 lead. brady plays four series, 3 and 9 for 36 yards. jimmy garoppolo did not throw a touchdown. beat the panthers red sox had the event wright on the mound, first one on the dl and he was rusty and the royals made him pay. 3-0 right away. later, alex gordon goes deep. 5-0. wright would settle down. but the sox never recover from the five runs. mookie betts and dustin pedroia went 9 for 9 total.
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first place because the jays won last night. david price goes to the mound tonight looking to stop a three game losing streak. that's your saturday morning sports. i'm butch stearns. >> catherine: a special welcome home party planned this morning, for needham's own ally raisman. the first time she's been back in massachusetts since the her successful stint in rio. the home coming she's gotten after the 2000 games and now today has been incredible. weeks. it's exciting to see them all and they greeted me lots of special hugs so it was really special. >> catherine: there will be a rally starting at 7:00 a.m. >> jason: before that rally, alley got to throw out the first pitch. look at that, good for her. and david ortiz was wearing all of her medals and behind the
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washington nationals had katie ledecky throw out the first pitch this week. that gold is heavy. >> catherine: a newspaper box attack now being called a hate crime. the big reward they're putting up to catch the group responsible. >> sarah: if you're planning on staying in or around your backyard, temperatures climbing to the 80s cooler at the coast.
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>> searching for the shooter. the information we're learning about the victim. >> jason: plus a truck goes right through the front of a crowded restaurant. this morning, three people are hurt. why the driver is now in handcuffs, even though police say he wasn't drunk. >> catherine: and a pilot program to outfit 100 boston police officers with body cameras, hitting a road block, the last ditch effort from the police union to stop the program
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>> catherine: good morning, to you, thanks for watching the fox 25 morning news on your saturday. it's 9:00, august 27th, i'm catherine parrotta. >> jason: and i'm jason law. i don't think we've made this point enough this morning, it's the last weekend of august. >> catherine: it is. >> jason: hard to believe, labor day, summer is coming to an end, slipping through our fingers, next weekend is labor day. it's hard to believe. in store for a nice one, fox 25 meteorologist sarah wroblewski is in for jason brewer this morning. how >> sarah: it is a nice one. your last full weekend of summer, heading back to school next week. take a look at this, already in the upper 70s in boston, wall to wall sunshine, a few high thin clouds out there. not too bad, comfortable compared to yesterday, dew points in the 70s, oppressive, a little bit better today. still sticky in some spots with lower 60s, we'll take it, right, lots of sunshine, boost temperatures into the low 80s by lunch hour. along the coast a little cooler.
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to upper 80s then by this evening, with mostly sunny skies, we've got temperatures in the 70s. so another really nice day. i'm going to show you when the next chance of rain will be moving on in with the latest timeline ahead. >> catherine: breaking this morning, it was a busy night for first responder across boston. over the span of two hours, there was three separate unrelated shootings each sending a person to the hospital. in the past 10 minutes, boston police confirmed a shooting on westchester in deadly. >> jason: that one happened in 2 a.m., the victim in ha shooting was a man an hour later, someone shot on norton street, that person remains hospitalized at this hour. the final shooting this morning in a very violent night in jamaica plain just before 4:00 a.m., that one also deadly. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux has new details about the crime. >> reporter: police told me the victim was a man in his 30s. and we have also now learned that the man was in fact homeless.
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outside of this 7/11 here on center street in jamaica plain. and you can see the surveillance camera pointing to the parking lot. police tell me, unfortunately, the surveillance cameras did not capture the shooting and so far they do not have a description of the suspect. i do want to show you some video, though, and this is a wheelchair in that video, they say belonged to the victim. they say, again, he was a homeless man who often would sit new we have learned that the suspect knew the victim. police are saying he walked up to the victim, shot the victim four times, and then walked away. at this point, police are still searching for the shooter. detectives and officers were here for about four hours processing this evidence, speaking with witnesses, and again taking a look at that surveillance video, which they say unfortunately didn't show anything.
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hour 7/11. so this was open at the time of the shooting. and we know at least one employee was inside at the time. an employee who was working there. the 7/11 is also in the middle of a residential neighborhood. and we saw detectives walking around with a flashlight looking at the homes here, possibly for bullet holes. but coming back here, you can see that the store is surrounded by homes of a so a very scary situation because this happened at 3:30 in the morning. one man sai of those gunshots very early on. but, again, police at this hour have not arrested anyone. and they are still searching for that suspect. i did speak with a long customer who told me he's familiar with the victim. you'll hear from him coming up in 30 minutes. in jamaica plain, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: the violence continues we're working right now to get more details about a stabbing that happened in the city overnight. it confirmed the stabbing
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before 3:00 this morning, the victim taken to the hospital with stab wounds to the face. police in mississippi have a man in custody accused of killing two nuns in their home. rodney earl sanders charged with two counts of capital murder. no word on a possible motive. rhonda held and merrill were found in their home after they didn't show up for church. reaction to the arrest. >> at fist it just sort of relief that, you know, we have a name and a face. and a story to add to this narrative. i know a lot of folks on the victims, but, you know, i -- i want to know why -- how did this person get to their point in their life. >> jason: merrill says he and
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to mississippi for his aunt's funeral services a wake for both nuns will be held tomorrow followed by the funeral monday. >> catherine: new this morning, three people hurt and a i've true facing charges after this crash at hingham restaurant. this happened at square cafe was getting ready to close last night. you can see the truck went through the front window of the truck there on north street. two customers have serious injuries. a passenger in the truck has minor injuries of the driver has been identified as 29-year-old jeffrey mahoney of quincy. police s mahoney was not impaired in any way. he is accused of possessing drugs and facing a pair of driving charges. mahoney due in court monday. mean while, the hingham building inspector called in to check out that building. we'll let you know the details of that once it's released. >> jason: a gloucester man locked up accused of assaulting a woman near the train station. castro was arrested friday. police say he was able to match
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images of the suspect. he's accused of attacking a woman with disabilities wednesday and trying to rip off her clothes. a witness told fox 25 he called for help when he heard the woman screaming. >> i heard more screaming and i said that didn't sound normal. went outside and found the woman up -- a blonde woman in her mid 50s walking up the street. >> jason: castro has been charged with attempting to commit rape and assaulting a disabled person he's due in court monday. >> catherine: a bitter fight over a mia resolved in court. on friday, a judge in another folk county and probate court got then to agree to a deal established by viacom, so his assets will be divided equally among his grandchildren. each share worth about a billion dollars. taking advantage of his health
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corporation. >> jason: this picture was taken by the victim in a hit and run, and you can see the driver trying to block her face. the passenger in the car, though, is crystal clear. they were in a gray chevy cobalt that hit someone in west yarmouth earlier this week. no you a reward being offered leading to an arrest in this crime. showed you the video earlier this week, a newspaper box exploding in downtown salem. police are investigating it as a possible hate crime. because the box holds paper lgbt publication. they're offering award for the people who placed that explosive in there. >> catherine: the bodies of a man and a woman found outside of a home on watatic mt. road yesterday afternoon. neighbors tell fox 25 the victims are a couple that lived there more than a decade. >> they were a nice couple. >> it's usually quiet. we don't need any of this kind
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>> catherine: police have not released details about how the couple died or their names. >> jason: the brockton elementary school have a heroin problem, heroin addicts going to a playground to shoot up and happening just feet from a an elementary school. they found a needle and a dozen down a sewer drain. all near the school. >> acceptable for you to have needles this close to a school? school to have needles next to it. custodians here at the school are going to do sweeps before the children get out on the property. >> jason: brockton police say they're doing everything they can to keep the addicts out of that park, including stepping up their presence there. >> catherine: in italy, funerals have begun for some of the victims of the earthquake. a state funeral held for about 40 peep. this as the death toll continues
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most of them in amatrice. the mayor says still 15 people unaccounted for. across the region, 2100 people are staying in makeshift camps. about 6600 rescuers comb through the debris. meantime, support being sent oversea right here in boston. at the north end, a feast being used to raise money for amatrice. alfredo pasta known for the italian town. this weekend, several north end they'll be sending a portion of the money from each plate to amatrice. >> jason: boston police are trying to outfit with body cameras of the union filed paperwork yesterday. violated an agreement to let officers voluntarily participate. we respected police officers forced to don the cameras after no volunteers came forward. the test run supposed to start next week.
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herald the union's paperwork is under review. >> catherine: boston carnival continues this weekend, with a big parade through roxbury this morning. and the police department warning everyone who attends to behave themselves. can expect to see officers out in full force making sure the event remains family friendly. police say public drinking and violence will not be tolerated. stern warning comes after a gang fight erupted during the festivities two years ago, a 26-year-old woman killed while ca >> jason: a traffic alert, long fellow bridge in cambridge will be shut down temporarily so mass. dot can get some cleaning done. using steam to clean off dirt and debris from that structure. the bridge closed for 15 minutes both this morning and sunday morning. >> catherine: just three months out from election day and both candidates facing new obstacles, donald trump's health claims being called into question by the very man who treats him.
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being released. >> jason: as the mayor is set to get a pretty big pay raise. >> confident in his work and the work ha he's done. >> jason: what he's done to earn the money that comes from your tax dollars. >> sarah: a gorgeous day coming up.
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>> the man about -- brought in to clean up city hall is about to get a big raise and you're paying for it. days before two city employees they did nothing wrong. >> reporter: a big name at a big price, former federal prosecutor brian kelly who helped bring down whitey bulger could make as much as $400,000 for his advice at city hall according to the latest version of a contract obtained by "fox 25 investigates"ed signed earlier this month by mayor marty walsh. >> i feel confident in his work and comfortable with the work that he's done. >> reporter: his original contract was $60,000 when brought on last fall.
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in january, 200,000 in february and now $400,000. the mayor hired kelly to investigate his administration. after several teamsters were charged with extorting the stop chef to use union labor. kelly's first investigation found no city employees did anything wrong. but months later, the city's director of tourism, sports and entertain incident, ken bresette and another staffer, ken sullivan, were charged with had two staff members indicted. why continue to keep him on for this job? >> well, they're indicted on alleged allegations at the ended of the day, we will know who is correct in that case. >> reporter: kelly's rate hasn't changed but his consulting duties will now include advising a new committee charged with streamlining the city's permitting process. in a statement to fox 25, kelly
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comment on all other matters. some critics say it's a deal mayor marty walsh may later regret. >> this was not a smart deal in terms optics it's going to trail him. a lot of money, $625 an hour, $400,000, not done. >> reporter: at rates i am wards of $425 an hour. the deal with the city doesn't expire until next year. in 25 news. >> jason: this weekend, state police want to get the word out about a phone scam going around, someone calling claiming to be with the i.r.s. to try to get personal information. they claim they have a warrant out for your arrest, police say they would never call someone about a warren. so if you ever get a call like that, just hang up. >> catherine: police investigating a stolen of
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pros from the sale help the little girl battling leukemia's treatment. late last night. we learned several bags of the stolen birds were recovered by police. so far no charges filed. people in town tell fox 25, news of the crime has inspired more people to buy the birds. >> jason: blood banking will be screening for the zika virus, thanks to a new mandate from the f.d.a., that means all states will be testing for seek ca. pu south florida had to test the donations. this order came after locally transmitted cases were confirmed here in the u.s. >>. >> sarah: good saturday morning, everybody. a beautiful start to the day. better than it was yesterday where we had all of the clouds around, even a few scattered
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drought that we're dealing with. extreme conditions in boston, metrowest, up into parts of new hampshire. and our severe drought as of thursday has it expanded down to the shore as well as the cape. we're over 7 inches below average for rain fall from boston to worcester up to concord, so we really need some rain. we just don't really have it in our forecast. we do have a few chances but it looks pretty limited. in fact, this weekend, dry, less humid air, that's what we're going to experience with beautiful conditions to start. and with boosting those temperatures once again. it's going to be quite warm. but we'll also notice some natural air conditioning. down along the coast as we have local sea breezes develop. so currently it's warming up nicely. mostly in the 70s. still have cooler spots in orange and keene you're in the 50s this morning you can so no surprise a little slower to warm up. but lots of sunshine out there. widen out the shot as we get to midwest we have some rain out
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next weather maker. again, a lot of the moisture going to lose some of the steam by the time it gets here. high pressure builds on in for the day today. providing pleasant conditions few puffy clouds for the interior in the afternoon hours, winds turn on shore for the day today, not only today but the day tomorrow. cooler conditions, warmest conditions inland. sunday afternoon, headed to the north, that's where we see some of the clouds developing ahead of this cold front that will be slowly pushing eastward. that will be pushing th and into monday, as this front crosses the region. very limited moisture to work with. so they're going to be hit or miss across the region. not much rain expected from that front. today, though, don't worry about the rain, it's going to be a beautiful one. 78. dew point in the 50s. you notice that as you step outside, it's a little more comfortable than yesterday when the dew points were in the 70s. so enjoy that as you head through the day. we're looking at highs right around 80 degrees in boston but
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breeze, we're going to get stuck in the 70s and temperatures drop back once the sun sets and looking back at cooler conditions overnight. this is what we can expect for highs tonight mid to upper 80s through the interior, lower 70s along the immediate coast with the wind out of the east, yes, if you're headed to gillette tonight, a lot of noise happening as temperatures from the 80s flipping back into the 70s and by later on this evening with mostly clear skies back into the 60s, just a stellar night for the low temperatures fall back into the 60s and 70s, a little cooler when you wake up compared to this morning. but we still have a really nice day shaping up. mostly sunny skies a few afternoon clouds to the north and west, temperatures mostly in the 80s, cooler at the he's co. so the chances of rain, again, they increase, especially late sunday into monday. but doesn't look like a lot happened on sunday. it's monday where we could see up to .10 maybe a little mitt it
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speaking of the rain situation, we've been watching this tropical rain, not developing too much but tracking it over the next couple of days does look to produce rain to parts of florida. they could be dealing with several inches by early next week. something to watch as for gaston, that's still out there. expected to turn into a hurricane, headed out to sea. no threat to land. seven-day forecast slight chance sunday into scattered showers and also scattered showers on wednesday. cooler and dryer weather returns late in the week. >> jason: a big car recall to tell you about this morning. mazda recalling about 190 thousand suvs for a steering issue. cx7 suv made between 2007 and 2012 are impacted. if water gets into the suspension ball joints they could corrode and cause the driver to lose steering control. the problem worse in areas that you use salt to treat the roads
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>> catherine: cap the speed limit for buses and trucks on the highways, under that plan, a device will be put on the vehicle that weighs more than 26,000 pounds. that would prevent it from driving over 65 miles an hour. the government says capping speeds for larger vehicles will reduce fatal crashes. >> jason: weeks of hard work for detectives ending in an early morning raid. massive amounts of drugs and cash pulled out of an apartment by federal investigate are tos. only on fox 25 this too shocked by what was found inside. >> catherine: plus a big offer from a south shore yacht club of the unique viewing experience that's going to be happening tonight for ?? dogs - sure can be messy. but with nexgard,
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>> jason: if you get your news from facebook like so many of us do nowadays, maybe you already noticed a change. facebook employees will no longer writing descriptions and headlines for the popular news topics, instead turning it over to algorithms that automatically pick the topics and pick the texts. after accuse of having a politicaled bias in trending topics. facebook conducted an internal
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evidence of any bias in any employees. but still all facebook employees have to go through political bias training any way. >> catherine: that's not the only change coming to facebook. it's joining target and apple and a few other companies in signing the white house's equal pay pledge. the pledge makes employers promise to help close the why ender wage gap of the companies will need to conduct yearly reviews of who makes what in hiring and promotion processes. cured to the u.s. census, women make an average 79 cents a south shore group is testing your bravery with a viewing of the classic jaws on the water. at night. the wallaceston yacht club asking people to float through viewing the movie while in the water on inner tubes of she'll be showing the movie tonight. the money raised being used for improvements at the club. life vests recommended. sarah you're saying it could get chilly in the water. water temperature 70 degrees?
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on the land. that's what i like. look at these temperatures, upper 70s, low 80s. looking fantastic. a fantastic day to hit the beach. i'll talk about when our next chance for rain arrives coming up in a few minutes. >> reporter: we're following breaking news after a man in the
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. >> jason: breaking right now, we continue to follow a trio of separate unrelated shootings overnight. the shootings happened around 1:45, we've now learned at least two of them are deadly. >> catherine: we'll take you to the scene of one of those for the latest. but first sarah wroblewski is here with the weather. >> sarah: warming up nicely. up every 70s in boston. a little cooler to the north and west. hour by hour, we're going to stay upper 70s as we head over the next several hours. a cooling sea breeze will really knock down those temperatures and keep things a little bit coolest at the coast today. so the cape and islands high today near 80 but falling back into the 70s. that's what you can expect for the north and south shore. to inland, that's where we see the temperatures soaring in the mid to upper 80s. this is what it looks for highs today, really nice conditions, again, warmest through the interior to the north and west. looking at mostly sunny skies
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showers. i'll have that timeline coming up in a few minutes. >> catherine: this morning, with he continue to follow breaking news in boston. two men dead and the third person hurt in a series of unrelated shootings around the city. >> jason: one of the victims shot and killed outside of a jamaica plain 7/11. stephanie coueignoux is on the street where police just cleared the scene. >> reporter: we now according to the police, the victim was a homeless man in his 30s. they say he was shot and killed just outside of this and at this hour, police have now left and customers are actually being allowed to go back into this store. what we're being told is that this apparently was a targeted shooting and the suspect knew the victim. this happened at around 3:30 this morning. police are telling us the wheelchair in this video actually belonged to the victim. we're told the victim was able to walk. but, again, he often sat outside of this store in that
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so it was open at the time of the shooting. police say, again, this was a targeted shooting. the suspect knew the victim. they knew each other. the suspect walked up to the victim, shot him four times and then walked away. now, i did see a police inside of the store earlier this morning speaking with that overnight employee who may have witnessed the shooting. but, again, they do say this was a targeted shooting. i also spoke with a long time walks to the store every morning to buy a newspaper. and he says that he's familiar with the victim. >> god bless you. that's all he said. spare change, god bless you. i can't say he's always there. but i see him a lot. >> reporter: at this point in time, police have not released the identity of the victim. again, we know that he was a homeless man in his 30s. and they also don't have a
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there are several surveillance cameras point to go the parking lot of this 7/11. however, they tell me that, unfortunately, those surveillance cameras did not capture the shooting. so, again, they're still looking for that suspect at this hour. as soon as we have an update, we'll let you know, we'll pass it to you on air and online at fox25boston.com. in jamaica plain, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> catherine: breaking news this morning, police have made an arrest in the t two nuns in mississippi. rodney earl sanders is accused of robbing and killing sisters marching get hell and paula merrill. at this time. investigators only saying that sanders became an suspect early on in the investigation. and won't say if he knew the victims. merrill has friends and family in the area. a wake for both nuns will be held tomorrow with a funeral mass monday. >> jason: look at this, a clean
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restaurant. the crash happened before 11:00 at the square cafe on north street. three people end up in the hospital including two in the cafe at the time. the driver, jeffrey mahoney is under arrest for a variety of charges including operating to endanger. police say this is the man who attacked a woman with disabilities and tried to take off her clothes near the commuter rail stop in rockport. detectives say surveillance cameras from a gas scene wednesday night. castro charged with assault with attempt to commit rape. he will be in court monday morning. >> catherine: federal investigators raid an apartment and only fox 25 was there as agents pulled drugs and cash from the place. fox 25 jim morelli spoke with people in the building who say the whole thing caught them by surprise. >> reporter: heroin, cash, cocaine and crack, culminates in an early morning raid in dedham
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i just feel as though it is ramp pant. >> reporter: two men are surprised. they would be the arrestees, a man from dedham and one from boston, both facing charges. >> i know everyone is frustrated and no one knows what to do but it's an epidemic. >> richard murray says the additives are making a problem worse. >> they're shooting it up and they're dying. droppingik >> reporter: evidence removed from the basement apartment, led authorities to file fentanyl distribution to the two men. it took people by surprise, including the shop upstairs, where they told fox 25 they were surprised about what was going on. anyone surprised by the magnitude of the measure in dedham, town official says don't be. >> it's something every town and city is dealing with around the commonwealth. >> reporter: mike butler a selectman and a member of
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awareness spoke with us by phone. >> the best indicator we had of the use of heroin is with the number of times first responders administer narcan. >> reporter: in 2015, narcan was used 30 times in dedham, butler says, this year, a, showing increase. first responders in dedham have now used that amount in the first six months of 2016. the two men arrested richard lara of dedham and david de leon of boston. as far as the the seized heroin, authorities haven't said. but a good ballpark figure might be somewhere around $30,000. in dedham, jim morelli fox 25 news. >> jason: at this time turns out donald trump's claim that he would be the healthiest president in american history may not have much evidence behind it of the only evidence released by a doctor. that doctor claimed he only spent about five minutes on that note and trump is about as
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if elected donald trump would be the oldest president in history after ronald reagan. meanwhile, we now know some of hillary clinton's e-mails, a judge has ordered the state department to release, deal with the benghazi attacks. these e-mailses from her private e-mail server and were once deet looked. investigators say clinton deleted the e-mails after congress began investigating the 2012 attack that killed four americans, including massachusetts native glen doherty. we still have two months until fox 25 for all of the coverage on the campaign trail. coverage online and on air at fox25boston.com. >> catherine: a big store cutting ties with a major endorsement deal. the product sarah jessica parker says she can no longer back. >> jason: a traffic stop goes terribly wrong for a police officer out west. how his badge saved his life. >> sarah: a little bit cooler today, after reaching the 90s yesterday.
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clear codes. charles krauthammer: you have to ask yourself, do i want a person of that temperament controlling the nuclear codes? and as of now, i'd have to say no.
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>> catherine: this morning, a teenager accused of beating and kill a florida couple has finally opened his eyes and responsive more than two weeks after the crime. police say austin ha roof didn't know his victims and chose them at random. at this point. a motive isn't clear and ha roof isn't talking. police think he may have been on drugs at the time of the attack but the blood tests haven't come back yet. >> jason: a nevada trooper is
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he pulled over a car in las vegas during the traffic stop, a guy jumped out of the car and started running away. the truer chased after him and that man turned around and began shooting at him. the bullet took a bullet to chest. look at that. it was stopped by his police badge and his bulletproof vest. the officer or trooper returned fire and killed the gunman. >> catherine: big developments in a case that made national news. thanks to popular netflix documentary. the attorney for making a murderer suspect steven avery filed a motion to have evidence attorney claims to have labs standing by that can prove if avery's blood was planted in his victim's car. avery is serving life in prison for the 2005 murder of teresa halbach. a judge is setting to set 90 grimes free because of a deadly mistake. the deputy worked in the evidence room for 19 years. investigators say when he was cleaning up the room, tossed out the evidence for nearly 90
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and every person locked up even if pleading guilty had to be are he leased from prison of the deputy is now fired and they're determining whether any other evidence is missing. >> jason: how you can join the celebration for olympicsian ally raisman later this morning. >> catherine: and heading back
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. >> jason: makinger of epi pens lost the celebrity spokesperson after jacking up cost for the medication. sarah jessica parker cut ties with the company on friday. she has a son with a severe peanut allergies. an epi pen twin packs costs over 600 dollars now.
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the makers of the drug says it does not plan to reduce the cost of the medication despite the public blow back. >> catherine: all week long, taking a look at how to save money on back to school shopping. a supply list used to be pencils and notebooks now more than ever electronics on the must have checklist. how to save money for shopping big ticket items. >> it's really really expensive. which is kind of founder partner at 41 a marketing. advice for students looking to save cash on favorite school gadgets. >> happening all of the time. >> reporter: although a spike in sales for laptops ipads and cell phones you can still save money for these electronics by doing research. >> check out all of the reviews, not only for retailer that you're buying from but also the model you're looking to buy as well. >> if you start online and work
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>> reporter: he says buying new items isn't always the best way to go. >> refurbished is best way to go. heavily regulated industry, a lot of value from refurbished as well as items that aren't the newest item in the line. >> reporter: brian harwell, owner of the electronics store replayed, warns what to look for when buying used electronics. >> want to make sure that you can test an item before you purchase it. make sure you have a warranty. try not to buy stuff off of have a background. >> reporter: buying older models is u.s. why as cost friendly as buying refurbished. >> you can all the way down to first generation, still supported by apple, still all of the same features may not be the latest and great. but it is an incredible keel. >> reporter: gene lavanchy, fox 25 news. >> catherine: and another tip, make sure to check if retailers offer student discounts, might also offer the option to trade in older electronics for new ones.
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school shopping. visit our website, fox25boston.com. now your local forecast from meteorologist sarah wroblewski and fox 25 weather team. >> sarah: getting back from before school, soaking in the last drops of summer. sure enough, getting great pictures like this one right here, a top 10 beach day here in nantasket, gorgeous, beautiful start to the day. hoping to enjoy the last bits of beautiful blue sky. look at that dew point too. yesterday was in low 70s, you stepped outside, it was just oppressive. a little bit sticky in spots this morning. but much better compared to yesterday. that wind out of the northwest now but relatively light. when the temperature rises up, heat rises start to see the wind switch directions in the city of boston along the coast. we're going to watch for sea breezes to develop. so here's that front that brought that scattered showers, pushing that humidity away from
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building on in. look at this out he's with, showers out there. that is actually going to be our next chance of rain. doesn't make its way here until late sunday into monday and very limited moisture working with it. so high pressure is in control. which means lots of sunshine. a few afternoon clouds, especially to the north and west. but watch for that wind to turn on shore during the afternoon not only for today but also for tomorrow. coolest conditions found at the beaches upper 70s, low 80s. much milder clouds dotting the sky to the north and west. could be an isolated shower late in the day. but i'm thinking southern new england stays dry. so really don't cancel any plans. but that cold front will be heading our way and looks as though pushing on through on monday. just be aware. you may need an umbrella but right now the activity looks fairly spotty. so afternoon temperatures upper 80s through the interior. upper 70s, low 80s along the coast, with the wind turning on shore. if you've got plans in boston
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baseball. temperatures fall back into the 60s. once that sun sets, and coming tomorrow. looking at another really nice evening, a few more clouds dotting the sky. travelling northward, temperatures in the 80s at the coast, just near 80 degrees this weekend. down across the cape and islands, we're looking at temperatures mainly in the 70s. low risk of rip current, but i want to point out if you have plans to head to the beach early next week, that may all change. i'll show you why, the tpi in the atlantic, forecasted to turn into a hurricane later on this weekend but going to be pushing out to sea. but really going to allow for the waves to build. that may affect even our area with perhaps the moderate rip currents as we head into next week. but not going to affect us with any type of wind or rain. so that is well out to sea. we need rain and really our only chances are late sunday into monday and then again scattered on wednesday.
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cooler weather arrives late next week. >> jason: out in the midwest, flash floods ate hit an area of the country already cleaning up from a tornado this week. heavy rain turned roads into river in indian indianapolis. now power crews say it could be days before power is turned back on because some areas still inaccessible. storms threatening in honolulu by a settle moving disaster. trees threatening to push a dozen homes off of a clip. residents there have built walls planted new trees and even tried to clear away the mud with a backhoe but so far nothing has worked. it turns out the problem is man made, caused by a broken sewer line the city says too expensive to fix. experts say these homes only a few more weeks before they're lost for good. needham native getting a hero's welcome as we returns
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raisman feeling the love right here in massachusetts. the special way she's being honored in her hometown. >> catherine: and the last weekend in august and for most the last weekend four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from
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that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. 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. vote no on question 2. your heart loves omega-3s.
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unlike fish oil, megared is easily absorbed by your body. megared. the difference is easy to absorb. >> catherine: ape home party is planned this morning for needham's own ally raisman. the first time ally has been back in massachusetts consistency her successful stint in rio, including a gold and two medals. the support after the 2008 games and now is incredible. >> i haven't been home in 5.5 weeks, it was nice to see them all and all really excite and greeted me with lots of hugs so it was really special. >> there will a rally in the
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>> jason: you saw her throw out the first pitch yesterday at the red sox game. around the town host michelle lazcano shows us what's happening this weekend. >> reporter: marks the much anticipated marshfield fair, since 1867, it has taken place at the marshfield fairground. the 14e9d annual fair is not to be missed. throughout the weekend, demolition even lawn mower racing. faneuil hall celebrates 40 years, as well. throw on dancing shoes for tonight's free five hour 70s dance party and tomorrow night check out the red sox showcase, afultraing band with batting cages, a pitching station, red sox general ga-and more. there is this weekend. ? every girl crazy about a sharp dressed man ? >> reporter: if you're looking
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pavilion. we're going old school with z.z. top empty approximating at 7 p.m. they still have their classic beards and performing with greg alman as well. definitely something to check out if you haven't heard about z.z. top. make sure you have the fox 25 news app. and click the around town section or the around town tab at fox25boston.com. whatever you do, make it a great weekend. i'm news. >> catherine: one thing no longer an option, we found out jaws showing at the yacht club is sold out. >> jason: i kind of wish i had a ticket correct. >> a lot of people do want to go. >> jason: i kind of wish i had a ticket. that would be pretty cool. >> catherine: you could float out there by yourself. >> jason: just watch it on youtube, i don't think so. >> sarah: it's the he have approximate day for the beach. i mean, temperatures in the mid to upper 80s.
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breezes, tomorrow another picture perfect day. and tracking a few showers late sunday into monday. but doesn't look like it's going to amount to too much. we're going to hold on to the really warm streak for the next several days. cooler weather looks to be arriving just in time for labor day weekend. but boy, soak in the last minutes of summer because today is going to be a nice one. >> last weekend of august. >> jason: we need the rain so bad. >> catherine: we do. >> jason: we've got ufc tonight at 10:00. >> you can watch 10:00 tonight. we'll see you back here tomorrow
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- [voiceover] on this episode of xploration outer space. we're taking a unique ride to the edge of space on a balloon. - [mark] you want to do something interesting and something new, well it's got to sound crazy or else somebody would have done it already. - [voiceover] we'll see how scientific balloons are made, hear the story of a ground breaking experiment and launch one of our own that turns into a dramatic search and rescue mission. hold on tight, xploration outer space is next. i'm emily calandrelli. today we're talking balloons but not just the hot air kind that i'm in right now, we're going to examine scientific balloons that are both forecasting our weather and changing the way that we view our solar system. come along for a fascinating ride.

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