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and lower 70s to the cape and brighter down here, clouds filling in pretty quickly in the boston area and kids going back to school mostly cloudy skies and temperatures working way into the lower 80s in worcester and clearing out during the afternoon. boston though going to stay a little bit warmer this afternoon, 9:00 a.m. 77?, 11:00 a.m. 82, middle 80s here early this afternoon. we should hit the upper 80s as we clear out later today. 84 to 92 for your range of highs, morning spritz possible with thicker clouds. afternoon i'm going to time out the clearing from north to south
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and update on commuter rail. >> julie: issues on framingham worcester line because of medical emergency. many trains on worcester line are impacted. head to the website or check out twitter handle which is at julie grauert if you're going to be running late this morning. shifting over to the maps, route 193 south pretty typical volume right now make way south into boston. expressway jampacked from the braintree split up to m minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 28 minute on the expressway, 34 minutes on 93 south from andover to the leverett connector. back to you. >> sara: huge fire in the heart of southbridge is being called suspicious this morning. >> gene: several long time businesses and rooming house were destroyed on the city's main streets leaving many residents in tears as firefighters try to put out the flames. michael henrich live at the
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off at this hour. >> michael: there's still ate lane restriction here right in front of the large old building by central and main streets here in the heart of southbridge. you can see why the damage to the building is extensive here. the fire truck that was parked outside just left but police maintain a presence here as the investigation into whether arson might have been involved continues today. this video shot by a woman evacuated from her home shows building over on central and main streets in southbridge. >> they came in and told me that i have to get out because of the fire in the alley, so, you know, just ran out because you have to get out right now. >> michael: maria cologne has owned the salon on first floor for 30 years. >> i'm very, very hurt but want to tell-all my clients that i don't know how we are going to do it but they can call me and
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>> michael: the fire department says the fire displaced 12 to pen people that live in apartments upstairs. what's more hours later about a half mile away firefighters put out another fire at a building on benefit street. firefighters say fire displaced ten families there. the state fire marshal is investigating arson and possible connection between the two fires have not been ruled out. i'm w on those two very important points. of course, the community will want to know if arsonist is out there. i just left a message with the state fire marshal's office it is early, of course, this morning as soon as we hear back though we are working to get you the update and bring it to you as soon as possible. for now live in southbridge, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: crews remain on scene of fire in lafayette street in lawrence. the red cross says they are helping three people who are living in the home. right now there are reports of any injuries.
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information as soon as we get it. gene: local firefighters union accepting donations to help a northborough firefighter and his family whose historic home was destroyed by fire. fire started at 19th century farm house known as goodrich model house yesterday mortgage. the family runs a farm stand from the property. they are now trying to figure out what sparked the fire. >> sara: teen will face a judge after an accident that ki vigil held yesterday for austin robbins, former high school football star that died at the crash. friends met at the scene. joseph kapp charged with motor vehicle homicide and under the influence of alcohol. kapp was driving two of friends home from party in fitchburg when lost control of his car and hit several trees in lunenburg. >> gene: middlesex district attorney says john griffin
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knife and then used same knife on himself. police say the couple divorced in 1990 but rebecca would often help john with his errands. neighbors say couple is survived by a son. gene: new hampshire police investigate after a man's body was found in manchester in a park yesterday morning. neighbors said they heard gunshots before the body was found and investigators have not said how the man died or who he was. police say there were but did not provide any more details. >> sara: transit police are investigating after a cyclist was hit and killed by mbta commuter train in somerville. these are photos from the scene on park street yesterday. witnesses say the rider tried to cross the tracks after the crossing arm were down. the victim was a somebody between 25 and 30. he died at the scene. transit police are investigating and say the crossing arms were functioning properly. sara: a baby and young
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serious injuries following a crash on the mass pike. it happened around 1:00 yesterday afternoon on the eastbound side in natick. police say five people were in the suv when the driver lost control causing the vehicle to roll over. medical helicopters flew the 11-year-old and six-month-old to tufts medical center in boston. >> gene: boston duck tour says it will be reviewing actions of one of the drivers which left a boat without a roof. the incident happened yesterday when the first year driver was sent on a detour off of beacon street. the in notoriously low storrow drive bridge which ripped off the roof and damaged the ladder on the boat. no one was injured in the crash. company says duck boats don't usually travel on storrow drive. >> sara: this morning things are slowly returning to normal at airport after false alarm overnight. there was a chaotic few moments after people fought they heard gunshots. security was telling people to run. flights were grounded and terminal evacuated as police
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that some people just heard loud noises in the terminal. this morning we are learning one person was detained. the airport tweeted out that a man in a zoro costume was taken away by police. he could be heard screaming. it is a plastic sword as police surrounded him with guns drown. it is not clear why the man was detained. sara: this morning one of new york city biggest events of the year begins with heavier than usual security. more than a million fans expected at u.s. open t tournament in queens. this year police have added an extra layer of fencing around the grounds. it is protect against possible car bombs and other attacks. the nypd plans more patrols and private security force of 300 has been hired. this is in response to recent terror attacks across you're. >> gene: 78:00 and presidential candidate donald trump now plans to deliver a major speech on immigration this wednesday. trump says the speech will take place in arizona. it comes as trump appears to be
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campaign issue. supporters say he still plans to build a wall on border with mexico but may be moving away from plans to deport all 11 undocumented immigrants in the country. instead focusing on a small section of immigrants. >> i'm going to begin swiftly removing criminal and illegal immigrants from this country. >> gene: trump planned to deliver the immigration speech last week in delayed to work on details of proposal. gene: trump says both candidate should work on medical history and in tweet he would have no problem doing it. trump and supporters like rudy giuliani have reportedly questioned clinton's help but offered proof to explain why. both candidates say each are fit to serve. trump is 70 years old and hillary clinton is 68.
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congressman anthony weiner finding himself in trouble again. he has allegedly been sexting with another woman and talking to woman who he calls a friend since jan of last year. one of the controversial photos is picture of him in his underwear with son cuddled up next to him in bed. weiner resigned in 2011 after >> 40 minutes 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: 72? in the city of boston. we got temperatures rolling into the upper 70s by 9:00 a.m. and clouds will get even thicker and limited risk for rain today and best shot of seeing one or two rain drops and also what time we clear out coming up.
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local island after the boat capsizes. coming up at 7:30, why the mbta is paying for the damage. >> sara: big night from the music industry and beyonce didn't disappoint. why britney spears couldn't compete. >> daniel:
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charges. >> she wasn't aware short life was stand as example what is clear failure in criminal justice system here in chicago. another mother who wanted her children to get an education >> daniel: murder is indicative of much larger problem. >> address the issue in comprehensive ways. >> 55 homicides in chicago already this year. compare that to the 490 murders
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duane wade tweeted the city of chicago was hurting. investigators say wade's cousin was not the intended target of the shooting. her baby was not hurt and being cared for by family members. we will continue to follow any new developments out of chicago. i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: today funeral will take place in suspect last week. one of the nuns, sister paula merrill, native of stoneham. her and sister margaret held was stabbed last week. the suspect has confessed to the killing but not given the motive for the attack. >> daniel:
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volume building on route 1 through saugus and 93 south right around route 60 and into somerville. live look at the zakim where manageable on the zakim bridge and leverett connector. here are live drive times, 28 minutes on the expressway, 40 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. town south of boston you today. >> shiri: going to be hot and humid and going to be dry which is a big key to pollen forecast. want to point out ragweed, it is the time of the year, high pollen levels here the next several days, dip tomorrow because it cools down but problem is we need significant rain to help wash this out of the air. i don't have a significant rain but hoping maybe the numbers go down a little bit by the weekend because temperatures get a little bit cooler.
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let's take a peak at norwood, 71 is temp right now. we are seeing some partly sunny skies. clouds get thicker, they stay thicker in the morning hours, so by 9:00 a.m. 78? and 11:00 a.m. 83? by lunchtime today it is going to be mid to upper 80s there and going to get close to 90 this afternoon with clearing skies and early afternoon to get the clouds to break down and with the clouds there's the slight risk passing sprinkle. 99% i think will stay dry, what future cast really showing us here, but the clouds are going to be at the thick nest boston probably around 9:00 this morning, by lunchtime you can see the northern fringe of the clearing skies passing through the city and brighten up north to south here and then during the afternoon we eventually get those clearing skies in southeastern massachusetts. those clouds attached to cold front and takes the longest to
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allows temperature to warm up there the most. so i got 86 in hyannis, 83 on the vineyard, 90 in plymouth and bridgewater and new bedford and brockton over to taunton, 90? in norwood this afternoon, but upper 80s in boston and beverly, brookline 89?, maynard 88, worcester today 83. we will see some middle 80s up across southern new hampshire. low temperatures tonight as clouds tonight to clear out and humidity drops, lows will land in the 50s. this is going to feel almost crisp and clean compared to what you have on tap this morning. lower 80s at coastline tomorrow, middle 80s a little further inland and coast coast of north carolina and virginia expected to strengthen into a tropical storm later today or tomorrow and another item of interest tropical depression nine and make it past florida and impact with heavy rain and
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atlantic. neither of these have any kind of direct with waves as of right now and impacting the united states. spot shower that's it this morning, clearing out this afternoon, upper 80s. 82 with sunshine tomorrow and wednesday night into thursday watch another round of potential scattered showers and friday saturday sunday going sunny with lows in the 50s and highs in the mid-70s back to you. >> go to 40 years, one man enforced animal safety laws in massachusetts. lieutenant allen is director of law enforcement at animal rescue league of boston and says he is always prepared for that next call. >> still do rescues, got cages in the back and i'm prepared to stop and do horse rescue if horse gets injured. >> sara: lieutenant says he
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cats over his career. tonight on fox25 news at 10:00, lend the scenes look at the animal rescue league of boston and meet some of the heroes that keep our animal safe. >> police search for vandals responsible for last week's
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>> gene: popular site at new hampshire beach. dozens of topless women strolling on the boardwalk and laying out in the sun. happened at hampton beach yesterday as part of worldwide protest called go topless day. one woman says despite what some people may think it is not about doing something shocking. >> it is about equality, it is about choice, not doing anything different than any of these guys are doing.
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public. in new hampshire though it is not illegal and police didn't report any problems with the public demonstration. >> sara: police tell us only 41 people were arrested friday night and only seven will face charges. we are still waiting to get figures from saturday but if those numbers are similar it would be a dramatic drop from and extra staffing and security success. >> gene: shark spotted on saturday afternoon at race point beach. 4 feet from the shore and 30 people in the water at the time and cliff guards close the beach for about an hour and look at this picture. a manatee spotted off cape cod
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chatham. gene: police got several calls over the weekend that people spotted animal animal and someone created a twitter handle for it. tewksbury goat is taunting police saying he or she will not be lowell goat. >> shiri: temperatures that should make it and moderate risk of rip current and bigger for the beaches more and boston and going to explain why we have
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>> sara: football field causing injuries and local coaches being blamed. >> stephanie: emotional
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head back to school and live look at the school in lincoln, cars lined up and kids will be new school and already here. >> can't believe school is here and summer officially over except week and start next week and shiri spear and super hot for the kids heading back today. >> really weird time of the year for forecast because we are giving you the bus stop forecast, giving you the beach forecast but today it is all just going to feel like summer. got 68 in londonderry, new hampshire. 70 in boylston, 67 in worcester and see that the clouds really kind of thickened and clouds
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duxbury 68?, acushnet 70 and mostly 70s at the cape and warm sticky start to the day here, we got more clouds than anything else and pretty low noon time 84? and clouds thinning out and continuous controlling from north to south and 88? at 3:00 p.m. and 78? by 7:00 p.m. not until starts to change and buses stop this morning, bus stop for the kids coming home from school as well in minutes. julie grauert up now with live drive time traffic and things
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>> gene: police say teen was behind the wheel and coming home from a party early yesterday morning when he hit a tree. fox25 stephanie coueignoux is live at the courthouse in fitchburg where this is really just a sad turn of eventsor everyone involved, stephanie. >> stephanie: in court in charges. 18-year-old austin robbins died saturday morning. father of surviving passenger
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the best of friends. the teens were driving back from a house party in fitchburg when kapp crashed on hollis road in lunenburg. the 19-year-old is now being held on $10,000 bail charged with motor vehicle homicide while driving under the influence of alcohol. hundreds gathered and who played on football team. >> put smile on people's faces. >> i'm going to miss aj. grade. >> stephanie: robbins graduated earlier this year and
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>> gene: police at tufts university searching for man broke into a bedroom while sleeping. strange man standing in the bedroom around 6:00 on saturday morning. police say it happened at house on college street in somerville. witnesses say mat be was college-age. drove off in a dark-colored sedan. police have stepped up patrols in that area. man accused of attacking a woman at commuter rail station in rockport will be in court today. angel castro of gloucester charged with attempting to rape this is surveillance video from nearby business and that helped track him down. officers say castro pushed the woman to the ground and tried to remove her clothes but she was able to scream for help and several witnesses called 911. >> sara: police investigating hate crime in salem. there's $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest. meanwhile community is rallying
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targeted. >> it is important for us to have event because we are not victims. we will >> rainbow times is largest lgbt publication. >> there was nobody injured, no property damage but telling moment where we feel like we needed to stand up. >> sudbury river viewed more than 100,000 times, all dressed in black and one shoved something into the newspaper
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brought on fire marshals and atf to investigate and they have confirmed it was pyrotechnics or fireworks. >> those that worked for the paper and overwhelmed by the support they received, especially in salem. some businesses and homeowners in the city are flying rainbow flags in a show of solidarity. ted daniel, fox25 news. >> gene: wellesley family shown major support after they were targeted by racist post on facebook. 100 people showed up for diversity theme and posted pictures online featuring racist caption. father of the student targeted in the post said yesterday's event was about starting a conversation. >> gene: three of them go to
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investigating the incident. >> sara: city will face off against the union representing thousands of police officers. the union wants to stop the body camera program. as we first reported on friday. approximate boston police parole man association in suffolk superior court. under the program 100 officers are being forced to wear body cameras for six months. it is scheduled to begin on friday. a hearing on the case will be set in the next few days. >> daniel: father and son left stranded. photos of boat upside down on water. father and son docked at grape island off the coast of hingham where they went to camp overnight where they say the park ranger alerted them to what happened saying the lightning ferry was over the dock. we spoke over the dock.
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possible and boat to be sunken by a ferry blasted away from the dock like he did. >> he has been in touch with boston harbor cruises and they have agreed to pay for the damage. he is relieved because this would cost around 1300 and any belonging frost slade's boat. >> new england patriots are mourning the loss of former player who served the team for many years. former patriot died over weekend at age 70. he played 11 seasons with the pats and dentist. dr. bill opened dentistry practice in canton after retired. patriots owner bob kraft called him a great ambassador for the team. >> gene: sox holding world champion kansas city royals on sunday night basketball and david ortiz going strong and
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run. sox take lead in the fifth but kc put a snowman on the board in the sixth. eight runs on six hits. big blow, 3-run triple and royals win ten-four and red sox host tampa at fenway tonight. upstate new york will be celebrating return of the little league world championships this morning. kids from endwell, south korea. endwell finishes the year undefeated 24 wins, zero losses and julia summer, they will never forget. >> they are going to be trying to live up to this one forever. good morning, everyone. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. up to 30 minutes on 93 south from the cloverleaf to the leverett connector. shiri? >> shiri: right now i got upper 60s, lower 70s and also kind of cloudy out there, big difference when kids come
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temperature mid-80s to 90?. sun glasses in order and show what you time you clear out in your town next. >> gene: 7:40. police officer pulling man to safety and struggle faced before the train came flying by. first simple solution to big problem. coming up how the low tech
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>> sara: one woman thinks the field is to blame. >> daniel: coaches are unon leave because of the injuries. last week several player at framingham high doing a drill that involved contact between hands examine the team synthetic field you see here.
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one woman thinks so. we took the heat gun out as you see here on 80 degree day a and field was ten? warmer but out in the sun the field was approaching 150?, nearly that, and 2015 and raised concerns about excessive heat given off by synthetic fields in >> protective piece of equipment for children then something is wrong. >> daniel: heat not only issue but field's condition a concern and fox25 framingham high synthetic field is about 15 years old and school has been trying for three years to get funds for replacement one and district acting superintendent and placing coaches on administrative leave is part of the administration process and shouldn't be seen as punishment.
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safety of students and rise of employees when investigating incidents like this. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> daniel: >> gene: look at this contraption, bungy cords and bells designed to stop someone from leaving a child in car. driver's door to the back seat and prevent the drive from leaving car without checking backseat. the woman that designed it says she was inspired after hearing about children around the country dying after being left in hot cars. >> it is about saving the baby. it is about the devastation the parents must feel after they leave the child. >> she goes on to say she is getting positive feedback from police and firefighters. she is now waiting to hear back about a patent that she filed on the device. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes.
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this morning. not a lot of volume out there. expressway slow going from the braintree split as you could see past the gas tank and up to columbia road and live drive time, 15 minutes route 3 from 228 to the split. 13 minutes on 24, 27 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and anticipating a hot and humid >> shiri: sticky conditions, dew point in 60s, late today and tomorrow though dew points drop and they are going to be in much more comfortable place when you wake up for tuesday. so warm humid air flowing into place, up ahead of the cold front, cold front will develop clouds overhead for most of you, only slight risk we see a sprinkle here during the morning hours and time out improvements
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working way into boston around lunch time today and temperatures continue to warm low mid-80s because the front with the clouds take longest to push away from southeastern massachusetts and gets hottest there up and 90s and plan mid to upper 80s, it is going to be hot, going to be brighter so even though might not feel will probably want them for the drive home. this afternoon high 88 in boston and beverly, 88 in bedford, 90s in norwood, plymouth down to new bedford and over to providence, rhode island. upper 80s in fitchburg, a little cooler in worcester at about 83? and nashua, new hampshire at 86 and 86 in hyannis. and mid to upper 80s for good part of the cape and lows tonight going to be back into
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50s in the suburbs and 80? high tomorrow in boston, lots of these lower 80s across the coastline, 70s to the cape and islands, hot spots will be inland towns and cities like norwood, bedford, lawrence, over to nashua and fitchburg and middle 80s and beach forecast here we got to break it down today because at beaches, mid to upper 80s and risk of rip currents will be elevated today. going to be moderate risk, we also got bigger ways two to 5 feet and even though it is way far away, over 1,000 miles away it is hurricane gaston, first major hurricane of the season sitting out in the middle of the atlantic, it is actually moving away from us and even at that distant it can turn up the seas. got couple other items watching
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united states and half hour but 88? today and slight risk of morning shower and clear out this afternoon and 88 too and mostly sunny and wednesday and late wednesday showers into early thursday and then thursday clears out and then the real treat comes into town with lows in the 50s, highs mid-70s on friday, saturday, sunday and it is going to feel like fall. that is when humidity gets extremely low. the weekend is >> sara: nasa hopes to eventually send people to the
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>> sara: two students stabbed in a large fight ithaca. bog were students at ithaca college. 119-year-old sophomore from new york city died and other flown to hospital in syracuse. hundreds of people attended event at the stabbing. sara: man saved by being run over by a train. see officer victor ortiz. the man fighting back as ortiz tries to pull him off the tracks and seconds before the train arrives the officer is able to
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pride in flag of country that oppresses black people and people of color. kaepernick mentioned at hands of police officer deaths and does not plan to stop any time soon. >> when there's significant change and i feel like the flag represents what is it is supposed to represent and country representing people the way that it is supposed to. >> nfl encourages players stand for the national anthem but they are not required to. >> sara: biggest stars in music came out for the mtv. beyonce took home eight trophies including video of the year including her hit album lemonade and took to the stage for surprise performance of songs off winning album that lasted more than 15 minutes.
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beyonce. first performs in vma's in ten years. her performance was met with less excitement. many audience members were seen checking their phones. >> sara: mtv gave kanye west four minutes and chose to give speech praising himself and not before touching on nationwide controversy. discussed gun violence telling listeners to not feel defeated >> sara: declaration of love on vma cloud and been in love with pop star rihanna since 22 years old. they have been rumored to be dating. drake was on stage to present her with the video vanguard award. >> sara:
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kardashian. aly raismain got to meet kim and she will send leer toward to her daughter. gabby douglas was not able to be there. she was in the hospital fitting an infection. another great night olympians. >> sara: whole other world. switching gears now. security scare at lax turns into a travel nightmare for passengers. how a man in a zoro costume contributed to the chaos. >> shiri: tracking showers wednesday into thursday. i'm breaking down mostly dry day
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>> gene: accident involving a duck boat and driver ended up on a road he should not have been on. >> new at 8:00, criticism over the steep price of lifesaving device has led to solution. what the epi pen company just announced it will begin offering to struggling families. coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: thank you for being with us on brand-new morning, august 29th, i'm gene lavanchy. >> hot and sticky day today and so many kids and some showers sort of falling off the radar. >> most of them offshore and
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boston, 68 in worcester, 74 in nashua, new hampshire, 75 in hyannis. and thickest in boston area. slight risk for sprinkle, one, two communities total, keep the forecast generally dry and kids going back to school here and working way into the lower 80s in worcester, but once we hit the early afternoon, the clearing process takes over. in boston i also expect ones we hi look at how much hotter it gets, boston 10:00 a.m. 80?, noon time 83, 2:00 p.m., how about 87 today in boston. we have even got hotter spots than that, so range of highs 84 to 92, other than that slight risk of a morning spritz i think i'm looking at passing clouds, afternoon hours clearing skies and time out improvements in a couple minutes. julie grauert back now with live drive time traffic.
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volume and average speeds to columbia road. north of the pike slow spots 93 south, pretty typical there and then route 1 approaching the tobin bridge and zakim and leverett connector. 30 minutes on the expressway and 41 minutes on 93 south from andover down to the zakim bridge back to you. huge fire in the southbridge suspicious. >> gene: rooming house were destroyed on the city's main street and firefighters try to put out the flames. live at the scene where area still blocked off this morning. good morning, michael. >> michael: it is impacting folks this morning here with lanes blocked off and
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reach out the to the state fire marshal's office and this and another fire started yesterday are being considered as possible arson and haven't been ruled out. they are looking into whether the two cases might even be connected. video shot by woman evacuated from her home shooting out of large homes of large brick building on central and main streets in southbridge. >> came in and told me i have to get out and out and have to get out right now. >> >> very, very current and tell-all my clients i don't know how we are going to do it and call me and see what we can do because i lost everything in there. >> fire department says fire also displaced 12 to 15 people who live in apartments upstairs.
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half mile away firefighters put out another fire building on benefit street. fire displaced ten families there. the state fire marshal is investigating arson and possible connection between the two fires and not ruled out. as we come back to live pictures here you can see the significant damage to the top of the large brick building here in heart of southbridge. went over to crews on scene asking if any dec made about whether this building would have to be torn down and release that information and am trying to go through the proper channels with the state fire marshal with the information and as soon as i get the update working to get hard for you.
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three people living in the home been right now no reports of any injuries. and local firefighter's union accepting donations to help a northborough forecast and his family and historic home destroyed by fire and farm house known as goodrich model house early yesterday morning and family runs a farm stand at the property. investigators trying to figure out what startedhe >> sara: former lunenburg austin rob i understand died in the crash. friends met at scene of crash. joseph kapp charged with motor vehicle homicide under the influence of alcohol. kapp driving home from party in fitchburg when lost control of his car and hit several trees in lunenburg. >> gene: know identity of
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john griffin stabbed rebecca griffin with knife outside his home friday afternoon and then used same knife on himself. police say the couple divorced in 1990 but rebecca went off to help john with his errands. neighbors say the couple is survived by a son. new hampshire police continue to investigate after a suspicious death in manchester. man's body was found in proud's park yesterday morning. neighbors say they heard gunshots fired several hours before the body was found, but investigators haven't said how the man died or who he was. complications removing the body but did not provide more detail. >> sara: transit police investigating after a cyclist was hit and killed by a mbta commuter rain train in somerville. these are photos from the scene on park street yesterday. witnesses say the rider tried to cross the tracks after crossing arms were down. died at the scene and transit police are investigating and saying the crossing arm were functioning properly.
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serious injuries following a crash in the mass pike. this happened at around 1:00 yesterday afternoon on the eastbound side in natick. police say five people were in the suv when driver lost control causing the vehicle to roll over. medical helicopters flew the 11-year-old and the six-month-old to tufts medical center snake potentially -- in boston. >> gene: reviewing actions with one of the incident happened yesterday off of beacon street and ripped the roof and no one was injured in the crash and buck boats don't usually travel on storrow drive. >> sara: false alarm overnight and chaotic new moments after they thought they heard gunshots. security was telling people to run. flights were grounded and
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searched the area and likely some people heard loud noises in the terminal at los angeles international airport and this morning one person was detained and airport tweeted out a man in zoro costume was taken away by police. he could be heard screaming. it is a plastic sword as police surrounded him with guns drawn and not clear why the man was detained. sara: more than million fans expected at u.s. open tennis tournament in queens. this year police have added an extra layer of fencing around the grounds. it is to protect against possible car bombs and other attacks and nypd plans more patrol and private security force of 300 has been hired. this is in response to recent terror attacks across europe. >> gene: donald trump now
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supporters plan to build a wall on border with mexico but may be moving away from plans to deport all 11 million undocumented immigrants and focusing on small section of immigrants. >> going to be removing and immigrants from this immigration in colorado and latest to work on details of new proposal. and republicans also calling on hillary clinton to release detailed records about the medical history. trump says both candidates should do that and in tweet he says he would have no problem doing it. trump and supporters like have repeatedly clinton's help and little proof to explain why. doctors for both candidates have each fit to seven. trump is 70 years old.
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>> sara: former new york congressman anthony weiner finding himself in trouble once again. while his wife has been traveling the country he has been sexting with another woman. it reveals he has been talking to the woman calls friend of january last year and one of the controversial photos is picture in underwear with sun cuddled up next to him in bed. weiner resigned in 2011 after the first sexting scandal. >> gene: epi pen will cost $200 for two pack. they hope to have generic available next few weeks and
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>> good morning, everyone, right now on 93 south, looking at 38 minute and zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: 74? in boston and headed for upper 70s at 9:00 a.m. by 10:00 a.m. 80?. all the while clouds will rule. i will show what you time the sun shines back and where we are at 90 this afternoon next. >> local man and son stranded on island after boat 8:30 why the mbta is investigating. >> plus a big night for the music industry and her performance didn't disappoint and why britney spears couldn't compete. >> daniel: #enoughisenough is trending. coming up two men in custody for the murder and why civil rights
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>> daniel: chicago bull star duane wade shot by pushing baby in stroll and her official are calling for change and one of the men arrested in death was released from prison two weeks ago before the shooting. two brothers behind bars arrested in the shooting death of cousin. brothers are documented gang members and on parole for previous gun charges. >> reprehensible act of violence is example why we need to treat habitual offenders in city of chicago. when will enough be enough.
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pushing her baby. >> another mother wanted to get an education by any good parent wood. >> daniel: civil rights groups are saying this is indicative of much larger problem. >> too much violence and drugs and plan to address the issue. >> according to the tribune there have been 450 homicides in chicago already this year. compare that to the 490 murders in chicago in the hole of 2015. over the weekend duane wade tweeted this out. we need more help and hands on deck. not for me and my family but future of world the youth. investigators say wade's cousin was not intended target. baby was not hurt and cared for by family members.
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developments out of chicago. >> sara: two people charged with murdering nuns will be be arraigned this week. suspect reeva steencamp scheduled to be arraigned on murder charges today. police say he has confessed to the killings but not given a >> north of the pike things looking better on route 1, and route 60 and continuing down into somerville. also seeing things slow down on 128 southbound through lexington. aa little bit earlier than usual not until 8:00, 9:00 a.m. things getting bumper to butch and her heading in that direction i would leave a few minutes early. south of the pike it is the
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morrissey boulevard. see bumper-to-bumper as you head northbound, approaching morrissey boulevard. here are live drive times, 30 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave and 30 minutes on expressway and 40 minutes 495 to the leverett connector. i don't know about you, but shiri, i have been sniffling and sneezing. ragweed still lingering with us. >> that's what's dominating the pollen forecast here and all in the we desperately need the rain. we talk about rain and fact that we need it because of the drought conditions, also need rain to help wash out the air and get some of this out of here. don't see much significant rain and pollen levels probably stay high until we hit the weekend and temperatures drop.
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lawrence. noon time clearing skies working way from north to south. i think at noon time it is probably just reaching boston and turning partly sunny clearing continues to push way southward and clearing behind the cold front. because it takes longest to pass over southeastern massachusetts or allowed to warm up the longest there. going to be the stickiest there and hottest there. points north of boston going to cooler. so temperatures 87 in sandwich, mid-80s in falmouth and hyannis and over to vineyard at 83?. 90s in new bedford and bridgewater and brockton. even over to plymouth. march field about 86. upper 80s in boston to about 90 in norwood. 89 high in framingham, kids going back to school there today, it is going to be rough, going to be hot, humid, going to feel like summer. worcester kids going back to
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nashua, new hampshire 85, lawrence 88 and beverly 88 and overnight tonight and relief in sight and temperatures dropping down to 64 in boston and overnight lows dip into the 50s and fresh air into the house and ac a little bit of manchester, new hampshire and about 79? in worcester and 88 on wednesday with late day showers that roll into the thursday morning, then we clear out on thursday with high of 80 following that humidity drops dramatically and it has some cool mornings in the 50s friday saturday sunday and highs
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back to you. >> sara: hundreds turn out against largest gay newspaper. organizers unveil last night as police seven for vandals responsible for last week's
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>> sara: wafer for people that need to use drones for time and heights that don't meet regulations. 3,000 businesses have received the waivers. sara: washington post testing out 30-hour workweek. few dozen will take part in the
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10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. additional flex hours will make up the rest of the 30 hours. google super fast internet service may not be fast enough for some customers. according to report google fiber is not performing as well as tech company hoped. the service did not reach the number of subscribers and now looking to cut cost in downsize. google fiber is available in seven cities but none in new england. the company has >> julie: jimmy fallon couldn't tell you which is the best and not to take on lochte's story. when fallon walked on the stage michael phelps could be seen in the audience taking a picture
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gene: check out this take on alphabet song. ? ? >> violet, going viral as you might suspect and got noticed by celebrities jessie tyler anderson and little girl loves to sing and takes her mother brothers to her preschool theater everyday and after school so she can put on show. musical talent from her mom. that must be according to her mom. she learns the songs at night when mom sings to her and helps her go to sleep. want to be impressed too. three stooges take on alphabet. we are on to something. >> then find her. >> that will -- reach out to contacts in hollywood.
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>> shiri: you have contacts in hollywood, gene? we seriously doubt that. risk currents in local beaches and pretty big waves and 80s for the cape, 90 for plymouth and got mid to upper 80s for the beaches north of boston. >> daniel: >> sara: entire high school
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news look out over the common toward the back bay this morning. just gross and sticky out there and going to be tough for a lot of kids. communities heading back to school today. >> sara: kids would rather be in a pool today. shiri spear in the stormtracker weather center and great to see the friends. >> shiri: tampa tops and short sleeves and shorts if they are allowed because going to be
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and comfortable, kind of sticky and temperatures in check, 69? in londonderry, 71 leominster over to boylston and 72 in reading, paul pole at 70, 71 in brockton and layer of clouds in play over boston right now. it is sending down to hanover at 73, duxbury at 70, falmouth 74, breaks of sun there and vineyard at 73?. so day planner takes us into middle 80s by and gross conditions if you will and talking about for the afternoon because it is going to be humid, going to be hot but we got clearing skies north to south and with it dew points drop and humidity drops. show you when it is comfortable again coming up. julie grauert standing up with live drive time traffic and close eye on slow spots. >> 128 southbound through lexington and approach route 2. 93 south still slow going through medford starting right around route 60 as you work your way into somerville.
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expressway slow from the braintree split up to morrissey boulevard. over to live drive times, 29 minutes pike eastbound to mass ave, that's not bad. 30 minutes on the expressway pretty typical so is 34 minutes on 93 south. back to you. >> gene: today a teenager accused of driving drunk and killed one of his best friend will be in court charged with vesicular -- vehicular homicide. >> sara: stephanie coueignoux a sad turn of events for everyone involved, stephanie. >> stephanie: this is very tragic because the three teens who were in that car grew up with each other friends say, and yesterday they held a vigil at the high school here in lunenburg. but again, the driver, joseph kapp, he will be in court today charged with driving drunk and killing his best friend and injuring another. >> they have all known each
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>> stephanie: 18-year-old austin robbins also known as aj died early saturday morning. father of surviving passenger, 19-year-old sean mcniff says all throw teenagers were the best of friends. mcniff's father told fox25 they were driving from a house party in farve when kapp crashed on hollis road in lunenburg. the 19-year-old now being held on $10,000 bail. charged with motor vehicular homicide while driving under the influence of alcohol. la football field to remember robbins that played on the football team. >> always put a smile on people's faces. >> i had miss aj. known him since the third grade. just all around great kid. loved football, sports, playing football or doing something in
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for everyone involved and robbins graduated lunenburg high school a few months ago and kapp sid to appear in court. stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> sara: verdict expected today for the national woman accused of killing five-year-old daughter. kaitlyn moreen charged with murder and manslaughter. her daughter died after multiple ribs. moreen first blamed the injuries on fall and then changed her the girl's father. she faces 40 years in prison if convicted. >> gene: police at tufts still searching for man that broke into a student's bedroom while sleeping. student woke up to strange manned standing in bedroom around 6:00 saturday morning. police say it happened at house on college street in somerville. witnesses say the man was college-aged and drove off in dark-colored sedan and police
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gene: angel castro of gloucester charged with tempting to rape the victim on wednesday night. surveillance video from nearby business helped police track him down. officers say castro pushed the woman to the ground and tried to remove her clothes but she was able to scream for help and several witnesses called 911. >> sara: $5,000 reward meanwhile the community is rallying around the publication that was targeted. fox25 ted daniel reports large crowd was on hand as newspaper unveiled its replacement box. >> important to have the event
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victims. we will not mourn what happens. >> reporter: vandals repeatedly targeted the previous box and last week it was destroyed. >> nobody injured and property damage and telling moment where we felt like we needed to stand up. >> reporter: surveillance video has been viewed more than 100,000 times and seven peoe shoved something into the newspaper box. seconds later it explodes. >> brought in the state police fire marshal and atv to investigate. they have confirmed it was pyrotechnics or fireworks. >> reporter: overwhelmed by the support they have received, especially in salem. some businesses and homeowners in the cities flying rainbow flags in show of solidarity.
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>> sara: first reported on friday the boston police patrolman's association filed a request for injunction in suffolk superior court. under the program 100 officers are being forced to wear body cameras for the next six months and scheduled to begin on friday. hearing on the case will be set in the next few days. >> daniel: >> gene: local father and son left stranded after a large mbta ferry capsized the boat and down on water. ferry is operated by boston harbor cruises. father and son docked at gray island off the coast of hingham where they went to camp overnight and park ranger alert them what happened claiming lightning ferry jutted away from the dock. we spoke to the dad. >> sunk it and try to be as safely as possible out there and obey all the rules and don't expect boat to be sunken by
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dock like he did. >> gene: michael slade has been in touch and they have agreed to pay for the damages. he is relieved because of toe of this nature would cost around $1,300. boston harbor cruises tells fox25 they will bring a diver out to try to recover any of the belongings from slade's boat. >> sara: new england patriots are mourning loss of former player that served the team for many years. bill he was the team's dentist. dr. bill opened a dentistry practice after he retired. patriots owner bob kraft called him a great ambassador for the team. >> gene: sox hosting world championships kansas city royals and david ortiz going strong and two-one royals. sox then take lead in the fifth
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eight runs six hits and 3-run triple. royals win ten-four. sox back at it tonight. they host tampa at fenway. >> gene: kids from enwell, new york outside of binghamton, beat south korea. endwell finishes perfect 24 wins >> sara: estimated that 110,000 fans were in attendance friday and saturday for the kenny chesney and miranda lamb lambert. the crowd at this country music concert and police say only 41 people were arrested on friday
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last year nearly 200 people were arrested over the two nights. police credit extra staffing with the security success. >> julie: expressway northbound and braintree split to the exit for the pike. 74? in boston, tons of clouds out there but kids coming home from school today and how about 84 brightening up, show you when the sunshine is in full force where you live next simple solution to big problem. coming up how the low tech device is supposed to save lives.
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>> sara: fate of the high school football program after a bizarre rash of injuries. daniel, one womange the field is to blame. >> daniel: suffered blisters. shade field was ten? warmer and out on the sun approaching 150?. 2015 tracy stewart raised concerns about excessive heat
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medway. >> shield the heat from the bottom of your feet. if that's something we have to do as a protective piece of equipment for children, then something is wrong. >> daniel: heat is not the only issue but field condition a concern and framingham high synthetic field is about 15 years old and school trying for nearly three years to get funds for replacement and placing coaches on is part of process and shouldn't be seen as punishment and considers the safety of students and rights of employees when investigating incidents like this. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: look at contraption, bungies and bells designed to stop someone from leaving child in the car. here is how it works, driver contraption from the back door to prevent the driver from leaving without checking back
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she was inspired after hearing about children around the country dying after left in hot cars. >> parents must feel after losing child. >> she says she is getting positive feedback from police and firefighters, she is now waiting to hear back about a patent she filed for that device. >> julie: route 3 south of route 18 and braintree split. having had a lot of trouble this morning on 24 or 95 new accident on weston tolls. volume steady and heavy on the expressway but rarely do we get relief there unless it is a holiday. over to those live drive times, ten minutes route 3 from 2028 to the split and 14 minutes on 24, 25 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. meteorologist shiri spear
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everybody as they head off to school and try to get the t-shirt, tank tops because it is going to be heating up. >> warm and spin on this is also going to be sticky out there. we got dew point temps today in the 60s, sticking we mild, warm, kind of gross out there. but dew point end up dropping late today and overnight and that lands us in really comfortable place for tomorrow, so tomorrow by the time you wake up humidity is gone, going to be even a little bit kind of fresh and crisp when you wake up tuesday morning which cannot wait for. warm humid air flowing into new england up ahead of this front. this front is stirring up a lot in way of clouds this morning. not very much at all in way of showers. only shower really got right here, couple rain drops in outer
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in lawrence and see skies are starting to clear out in southern new hampshire, northern most massachusetts and what happens by lunchtime is we got the northern end of that clearing sky reaching boston so boston turning partly sunny at lunch time and got partly to mostly cloudy skies over southeastern massachusetts because that front is going to be a little slower to clear you guys in that region, we are allowed to warm up even more and see the hottest temperatures coming south of because that's the last area to clear the front. by the time you head home from work you got brighter conditions and really warm temps mid to upper 80s and going to be a toasty day. we even got 90s on the map in plymouth, norwood, down to new bedford and over to providence, rhode island. upper 80s in bed for, boston and beverly. 85 in nashua, 83 in worcester and probably some mid--- perhaps even some upper 80s over the cape probably closer to the canal is where you will see the hottest temperatures.
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dropping and 64 in boston overnight tonight, 50s in the suburbs, this is the refreshing air that i've promising you tomorrow morning and from there we warm back into the low and medius so warm day, coolest
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>> sara: seconds before the train arrives the officer able to drag the man to safety.
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down during anthem. he talked about death of people from officers. >> what the flag supposed to represent and country representing people the way that it is supposed to, i will stand. >> gene: nfl encourages players to national anthem but not required to. >> sara: video music awards in new york city but biggest star the show was beyonce. took home video of the year for hit album lemonade and surprise performance of songs off her winning album. britney spears was met with less excitement.
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checking phones. mvt gave can yeah west four minutes and chose to give a speech praising himself but not without first touching on nationwide controversy. west discussed police and gun violence telling listeners to not feel defeated. he ended time with debut of new music video. sara: declaration of love on vma stage. drake told the crowd he has been in love since he was it 22 years old. when he went in to embrace he was presented with the video vanguard award. >> gene: snapchat from kim kardashian. aly raismain and all girls posing with the reality star. she was going to send kim's
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>> daniel: what investigators say person was doing before got into a car crash. >> michael: fire leaves several people without homes and businesses. new information we just got within the past hour about a
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fire in this central massachusetts town. >> julie: donald trump has major announcement on immigration and day one of the presidency if elected. >> back to school and many states and that means kids have to be vaccinated. new this morning the change pediatricians are forced to make as more parents refuse the shots. >> daniel: number of towns heading back to school today. shiri spear says it is going to be a hot and sticky day in the classroom. shiri, i feel for the students. >> couple other towns and cities and stifling. right now not too bad in worcester at sixty nine?,

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