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. into another couple's marriage. the reason he says the sex scandal could put classified information at risk. downtown crossing. the inviting atmosphere being built that may make people grab a cup of coffee and take a seat. complete new england news coverage starts right now, this is the fox25 morning news you. >> daniel: hey, good morning, 4 a.m. on this tuesday, august 30. i am daniel miller. >> julie: good morning, i am julie grauert. no rain in the forecast but you will need a extra layer with the sunglasses. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now giving us a
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shiri. >> shiri: warm-up really kicks off between 7 and 8 a.m. until then, some of you feeling chilly. nice clear skies over all the the new england right now, but the consequence we are dealing with cooler temperatures. i love the 50s. 5 in norwood. 55 in bedford. 56 in beverly and 59 in portsmouth, new hampshire. lower 60s in worcester and in boston. lower 60s over the cape. anybody tarting off this morning in the 50s. chances are you will be a little bit cool you might want that light jacket. comfortable humidity today. yeah, goes back up tomorrow. let's enjoy it as we can. but the hour by hour warm-up. 74 by 10 a.m. 79 by noontime and highs today in the 80s. a town by town look coming up. julie is back with live drive-time traffic. >> julie: let everybody know the ted williams tunnel westbound is closed just before 5 a.m. detour sumner tunnel.
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otherwise those icons you see overnight construction work but roll is light so you won't be seeing any major delays beside the westbound closure of the ted williams. 24 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 9 minutes on the expressway. 20 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 4:02. as who listen to man is held without bail for threatening to kill the the investigation all started with a call to the fbi. >> honest to god, i think he is going to snap. those words according to the fbi from the tipster who first contacted them about joseph gargulo. the tipster warned that he wanted to bomb police stations and kill as many homeland security officers as he can.never really saw them -- never really you a him.
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notice the american flag hanging upside down at the front door. the 48-year-old divorced father of two was not one for friends. >> he never engaged neighbors or came out of the house or drove around or anything. >> reporter: garguilo expressed anger that he didn't try to assassinate president obama during the first family's recent vacation on martha's vineyard and he wanted to chain a mosque and burn it down. there. this is crazy stuff. you don't expect like that to happen. >> reporter: federal agents got clips and ammo and rifles enough to make explosives like ammonia nitrate and hand-written notes threatening violence against muslims.
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this. >> a long history of false allegations from his mother, children. knowing what kind of man he is, this would not something we ever do. >> daniel: garguilo is under a domestic violence order. you can read the criminal complaint against him on our website at a man dead you after rushing into a troyvr help a struggling child. it happened in an area known asro smith river in bristol, new hampshire. four kids were playing in the water and one began struggling and one went in to help but he never surfaced. police have not released his name and he was 39 years old and from concord. another person went into the water and helped all four to safety. one received cpr and was aid of. a somber anniversary. a year since denise roberts was shot and killed during her
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the 62-year-old was hit in the head. witnesses saw an older model truck speeding from the area and yet to make an arrest. robert was a long-time and well-known union leader employee. a vigil scheduled thursday night in her honor. a $40,000 reward for information to her arrest. a court date for the city of boston and the police union to go head to head over a new body camera pilot program. the two sides will make argue numbers front of a day before 100 officers are supposed to be wearing the camera the union says that goes against a previous agreement. 4:05. school starts in malden and the parents of 120 students are searching for you in ways to get their children to staff. the summer they dropped bus service to students who choose to go to a school more than two miles from their house. the move will save the district some 400,000 and some parents are upset because the district waited more than a
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made to help the families impacted by the cuts. downtown crossing will look a bit different. you can expect to see something similar to these pictures that you see here. the city is testing out a plan to he can panned the sidewalks and create a plaza setting with tables and chairs. today planters and fencing will be used to create a temporary version of the intersection at franklin and arch streets. the goal is to give engineers and planners a chance to study plans for it will be available for the public to check out. the hop-up plaza between 8 and 11 a.m. we are a month away from the first presidential debate and donald trump is beginning to catch up with hillary clinton in the latest national poll. the numbers put out, clinton has a 7-point lead over trump and a month ago the same poll had her up 13 points. the third-party candidates have a lot of ground to cover
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see, they are polling in single digits. donald trump is dragging hillary clinton into someone else's marriage issues. has to do involving the wife of anthony weiner. he said the situation shows poorly. >> reporter.anthony weiner and uma aberdeen uma aberdeen have been long-time friends. bill clinton officiated at their wedding. she announced their split and weiner's relationship a campaign issue for donald trump. >> she is a person and she has access to classified information. uma abiden has access to classified information. how hillary got away with that one, nobody will ever know, but to think that it is very likely that much of this
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>> in a statement, trump further said just another example of hillary clinton's bad judgement. >> she is an aid to secretary clinton not a central figure in the campaign that her judgment and her choices in her personal life affect the country. >> reporter: already questions sent r centered around aberdeen. she is linked to e-mails of the state department and the clinton foundation. certain clinton donors got special the state department when hillary clinton was secretary of state. they dismiss the crit sayings saying no pay for play. and more people are talking about e-mails and sex and less about the candidate's qualification for president. i am mary maloney reporting. police have issued a $100 ticket to a duck boat drive to crashed into a bridge on storrow drive. the collision ripped the roof off the boat. it happened after police forced the first-year driver.
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near mass general. no one was hurt. coming up on 4:09 this morning. the suspect in another high-profile murder shackled and protected by a bullet-proof vest as he arrived for his arraignment. rodney sands remains in jail in morning and could face the death penalty for the murders of two nuns in mississippi. police say he confessed to killing the women during questioning. a motive still remains unclear and officials are not sure if the nuns are targetsanders made the first appearance and community said goodbye to the women he is accused of killing. a funeral mass was held for sisters margaret held and paula merrill in jackson, mississippi yesterday. the church was packed in honor of the two women being remembered as community heroes. they worked as nurse practitions serving the community. sister paul merrill was a massachusetts native and her
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person who did this? >> to a degree, yes, because that is what paula and margaret would want. i am not as strong as they are. >> daniel: in a phonier about rue with fox25 on saturday, merrill's nephew said he wants to know why the women were killed. it is now 4:10. a 19-year-old boston university student accused of killing his friend on a drunk driving crash is free on bail. joey capp pled not guilty to motor his friend 18-year-old robbins was killed in the crash. another friend spoke to fox25. >> most of us are hurting. we are not angry at joey or anything, we are angry at just what happened. not necessarily joey because we still love joey still. >> reporter: prosecutors say capp admitted to drinking at a party at fitchburg state.
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minutes. right now on the expressway, we are in the single digits and 9-minute ride from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. shiri. >> shiri: currently 50s and 60s to my map under clear skies. partly sunny, upper 70s, lower 80s. i will show you some of the hot spots next. >> julie: all right, shiri. an uber driver is accused of exposing himself to teenaged girls and this is not the first time he has been accused of a similar crime people looking for stricter rules. a father and son on mainland after left stranded on an island. >> our boat pretty much sunk under water. >> daniel: we told you the
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4:14 now. this morning we are learning more details of a boat wreck that left a local father and his son stranded on an island. we told but this story yesterday after their sank after being capsized by a ferry. fox25's erika richie caught up with the pair as they finally arrived back on mainland.our first trip of the season. >> reporter: mike quincy and his 7-year-old son kevin could ditch fishing and cast a line on their baby, a 13-foot boston whaler. they arrived at grape island, but within five minutes of being there >> the park ranger comes to us and says you need to come to me now. >> reporter: this is what they
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>> we saw our boat sunken under water. >> reporter: the mbta that operates the ferry said the wake from theam when it pulled away caused the slave boat to capsize. >> i was in tears, in shock watching the boat. it was completely submerged. >> what we didn't see was the ferry. >> he didn't stop to eif we were okay. >> reporter: according to the harbor master, the ferry left his department, reported what had happened and asked that a crew be sept the situation. once it was determined no one was hurt, the harbormaster department returned ashore, but mike and his son was stuck. >> no response from boston harbor crew cruise at that time however they stepped up and made sure they helped us out. >> reporter: they arranged to recover her belongings from the sea floor and their vessel to be righted and towed to shore. they hitched a ride with that tow driver back to quincy and boat was a total loss, and for
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boston harbor cruises do one thing. >> they caused it and they should be the one that repair or replace the ship or vessel. >> reporter: erika richie, fox 25 news. a close call for crane workers in rhode island after giant machine tipped over on a bridge. take a look at this. they were trapped in a bucket hanging over a river in tiverton. it happened on a bridge on route 24 -- oh, man, that would be scary. the worker's safety gear kept them from falling out of the bucket into the water. back up on the bridge. the cause of the crash still under investigation and the men were not badly hurt. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. do want to remind you the ted williams tunnel westbound lanes are closed just until 5 a.m. today. and tomorrow as well. i will remind you of that. tomorrow morning the sumner tunnel is the best option. volume is light on the expressway so things are moving along nicely. 128 no issues north and south of the pike.
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live drive time traffic. 13 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 23 minutes from 495 to the leverett connector. 23 minutes on 128 as you head from peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. and shiri, you said you need a little wrap, a sweatshirt, something this morning because we are starting much cooler feels nice. >> shiri: feels nice. yesterday we hit the 20th 90-degree day in boston. it has been far. coming up, we will actually take a look at how august as a whole stacks up to normal temperatures. they are way above average. 65 right now in boston. we have 59 in lawrence. 59 in portsmouth, new hampshire as well. here the key. we have got some cooler conditions at the coastline today. portsmouth, new hampshire and north shore. we have temperatures here that will range from about 57 degrees at 6 a.m. to 64 degrees at 8 a.m. lower 70s at 10 a.m. we null a couple of scattered
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clouds this afternoon and highs only make it into the upper 70s. that will be pretty common along the coastline. inland towns and cities get warmer. norwood at 53 degrees. despite the fact that it is chilly now. do you have 80s on tap this afternoon but it will be lower 80s. temperatures almost 5 to 10 degrees cooler than we were yesterday. check out the greater boston area because boston will be one of those cooler places in the upper 70s there and in malden, 83. somerville. 85 in dedham 85 in arlington and newton. obviously warming up as we head inland. if you have last-minute vacation plans and summer is winding down. temperatures on the cape running in the upper 70s for the outer cape and 80s popping in spots like falmouth and the vineyard reaching 79 degrees. 81 in plymouth. 81 in ipswich. 84 in framingham and
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coastline because we have winds coming off the water and a little bit of a breeze. the cooler air. stir up a couple of scattered clouds in eastern massachusetts, in eastern new hampshire. i tend to think things are a little brighter inland and a mix of scattered sun and clouds. we all stay dry today. low temperatures tonight will fall back into the lower difficulties in towns and cities and not quite as crisp or cool or without the humidity when you wake up tomorrow morning. but humidity on the ris 90s on the map in norwood and lawrence. even boston getting up to 89 degrees for your wednesday. and what you will find that we have got winds from the south and southwest and it is carrying a lot of heat and humidity. hhh weather in place tomorrow. it will likely stay dry until this front moves in on wednesday night and thursday. thursday is your best bet for scattered showers especially in the morning hours and afternoon. the lickly area to receive rain will be southeastern
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and we are seeing about wednesday night and thursday rain is pretty scattered. 88 tomorrow. temperatures drop back to 80 on thursday. and the mid-70s on friday. skies will clear out. a comfortable, bright weekend. 74 for your high on saturday. weekend temperatures run in the 50s. 78 sunday with sunshine and a few more labor day clouds. back to you. 4:20 now. as we near election day, things are getting testy also their supporters. another case of signs targeted by vandals. the ongoing problem one couple face to capture one suspect as you see on camera. getting up close and personal with sharks off massachusetts shore. fox 25's blair miller takes us
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president world is mourning a comedy legend. gene wilder passed away sunday night. this morning we are learning he was suffering from alzheimer's disease and chose to keep it a secret to protect children who idolized him for his role as willy wonka in the
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he starred in a number movies such as "blazing saddles" and "young frankenstein." he was remembered as a great talent and that he blessed every film with his magic and he bless immediate with his friendship from mel brooks. he was 83 years old. the man possibly for killing john lennon will remain behind bars. the 9th time, a judge denied parole for mark david chap hahn. because chapman's crime was premeditated and wanted to become famous. he gunned down the former beatle in 1980. he will be eligible for parole in two years. tomorrow marks one week since the deadly earthquake in italy. they work to continue to gather bodies. they warn that the crime syndicate must be kept out of reconstruction efforts because
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moving in and taking advantage in the situation. a criminal investigation is launched into the devastation in the hardest hit towns. prosecutors want to know if the buildings were up to code because they were supposed to be able to withstand earthquakes. so far 292 people are confirmed dead in last week's quake. it is now 4:25. more shark sightings in the waters off of massachusetts brought a beach day in cape cod to a quick end. officials closed a pair of beaches after they spotted great whites. the latest in a string of fox25's blair miller takes look at the research the way swimmers are warned. >> reporter: racing along the coast of cape cod. we leave chatham on board with researchers from the white shark conservancy. a group that is already seeing more shark activity this summer. >> too early to tell if we are seeing peak in activity and this can be sustained through the season. >> reporter: with the help of their spotter on this plane. >> now going north.
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>> reporter: a 12-foot shark less than 50 yards from the beach. skyfox also there as we find one after another. four harks in just a couple of hours. greg skomo with the division of marine fisheries spots them off as they search for seals like bees in the surf. >> people need a healthy respect for animals and realize that they are out here. >> reporter: eve one they find they put this go under water for reeach. you see how close we get. >> to identify the shark and see any interesting characteristics. >> reporter: they identify 100. tagged to track. coastal signs now have these new signs to warn people and a new app to alert. they believe the public agency fear is more for nation nation. >> we are excited to see that there because people have a fear, but it is not necessarily a wanted fear
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statistics are behind anything possibly happening. >> already, that app has had more than 100,000 downloads and they only expect that to continue as we do more research trips like the one here. off the coast of cape cod, blair miller, fox25 news. dan danvers a good story there. a local woman is being sent off into retirement in style. >> come on in. >> daniel: the special goodbye for a long-time fast food worker. more controversy surrounding
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td bank's new intern, bart, is one of those robots from an other bank, we're training him to bank human. uh-uh, bart? why are you winding the clock back? the clock stated 11:35 pm, but they are still working. the clock is fine. our live customer service is available all night, and all day for that matter. he's learning. at td bank we do things differently, like live customer service 24/7. bart: hello? hello! now at 4:30. an uber driver accused of exposing himself to teenaged girls. the other crime on his record that is creating public outrage. plus, a fbi raid at a holliston house lands a man in jail without bail. the list of threats he is accused of making targeting everyone from muslims to the president.
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morning, and the city wants to use a little bit of imagination for a pedestrian paradise. where this pop-up plaza will be this morning. complete new england coverage tarts right now, this is the fox25 morning news. good tuesday morning. it is 4:30 on august 30. i am julie grauert. >> daniel: i am daniel miller. a comfortable start of the day in many places. people may people may need a light jacket. yes, we are talking about a light jacket. shiri spear in the storm tracker weather center looking at the area. a chilly start. >> shiri: you can see it here. this where it is significantly cooler this morning versus yesterday at the same time. 17-degree cooler in norwood. 14 degrees cooler in bedford and fitchburg, 15 degrees cooler in nashua. that leaves us at 65 degrees in boston. tons of 50s in peabody, 59. norwood, 53.


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