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plus, donald trump has new ammunition for the fight against his opponent. why he says the most recent anthony weiner scandal shows that hillary clinton has poor judgment. >> announcer: complete new england coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us here on fox25 morning news on this tuesday morning. it is august 30. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. so more ks to school today and meteorologist shiri spear says they might need a light jacket for the bus stop. the fox25 stormtracker weather center with a timeline on today's warmth. shiri, i can't believe we are talking bus stop. >> shiri: i know back to school. spots like lowell going backed to. temperatures in the 50s and a bunch of the burbs. boston mild at 56 degrees but lawrence, bedford, norwood all in the 50s. fitchburg at 56. 57 in nashua and ports smith,
across the cape as well as nantucket. dew points are comfortable and sneak back up tomorrow. the hour by hour show show 7 a.m. temperatures in the 50s and 60s and by lunchtime 80 degrees. time out the warm-up in a couple of minutes. julie grauert with live drive time traffic checking out the expressway. >> julie: on the expressway so far things are nice and light as they have a tendency to be at 5 a.m. 128 moving fine from dedham up to the pike. no issues on 9 1. 12 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. single digits on the expressway. 19 minutes on 93 south from andover down to the zakim bridge. back to you. a local man accused of threatening to kill a president, armed police stations and attack a mosque is behind bars. >> gene: he was arrested over the weekend after the fbi raided the man's home. they are live at the man's
and the fbi got a call that the man was worried that he was stockpiling weapons. >> reporter: the tipster was afraid that the man was going to snap. you can see on the house that they raided on quite yet street in holliston. if you look near the door, there is an american flag hanging upside down there opinion the man being held is accused of killing to threaten president obama among several others.in court documents, investigators describe 48-year-old joseph an extremist. they allege he talked about bombing police stations and killing homeland security police officers. federal agents seized 200 pounds of ammo, ingredients used for explosives and hand written notes threatening violence against muslims in his home. he was arraigned in federal court in boston. and his lawyer telling our crews that the allegations aren't true.
that know what kind of man he is. this is not something we ever do. >> reporter: and garguilo is a divorced father of two and he is held without bail. he will be back in federal court for a bail hearing and in fact that hearing that we will learn whether or not he will be held until his trial. neighbors we spoke to on this street say they are very concerned about some of his recent behavior and we will be hearing from him coming up in about an hour's time. live reyes, fox25 news. a man sp dead after rushing into a river to help a struggling child. state police say it happened in an area known as profile falls along the smith river in bristol, new hampshire. four kids were playing in the water when one began struggling and a man went in to help and he never resurfaced. police have not released his name and he is 39 years old from concord. another man went into the water and helped all four kids get to safety.
a somber anniversary was marked today in new hampshire. a year since denise robert was shot and killed during her sunday night walk and still no answers. the 62-year-old was shot in the head on ray street in manchester. at the time, witnesses reported seeing an older model truck peeding away from the area and police have yet to make an arrest. robert was a long-time and well-known union leader employee. a vigil sketd uld tomorrow night in her honor. a $40,000 reward is being leading to the arrest. the father of a local teen killed in a car crash will not want the driver to serve prison time. joey capp pled not guilty to motor vehicle homicide. his friend aj robbins died during a crash in lunenberg. the teen's father tell "the herald" that everybody makes a mistake. a third person spoke to fox25 after the hearing. >> most of us are definitely hurting. this we are not angry at joey
just what happened -- not necessarily joey because we do love joey, so -- >> gene: prosecutors say he admitted to drinking at a party at fitchburg state. his parents posted $2500 bail. the student will return to boston university next week. a local police lieutenant is facing federal charges that he defrauded his department. investigators say he was taking private detail jobs while supposed to be working for the city. this is a move that the feds say records show that corliss made $234,000 in 2014, including close to $87,000 in overtime. a nashua, new hampshire mother has been found guilty of beating her 3-year-old daughter to death. the judge calling caitlyn marin angry and deceitful convicted of first-degree murder. beat her child several week because the girl wet herself
middle of the night. she faces 35 years to life in prison when season tachbsed in december. the prosecutors say they will can for more time. the court date has been set for the city of boston and the police union to go head to head. the soon trying to stop the new body camera pilot program. come friday, 100 officers are supposed to wear those cameras chosen by unit side third party after no volunteers came forward. the union says that goes against a previous agreement. the two al qaeda will be -- two sides will be from court on thursday of the program. a close call for a pair of rhode island crane workers after a giant machine tipped over a bridge. look at the situation these guys were in. they were trapped in a bucket hanging over the taconic river in tiverton. it happened along a bridge -- on route 24 over the river. the worker's safety gear kept them from falling out of the bucket into the water. the cause of that crash is still under investigation. the men suffered minor injuries. we are just a month out from the first presidential
catch up to hillary clinton in the latest polls. these are the numbers put out by the university yesterday. clinton still has 7-point lead over trump. the third party candidates till are a lot of ground to cover if they want to take the stage in the debate. they need 15% support. but as you can see, they are still polling in single digits. former congressman anthony weiner wrapped up in another sexting scandal. now his wife a long-time hillary clinton aide is separating. donald trump not backing down from using this against his opponent. >> huma abedin worked for hillary clinton since a student at george washington university in 1996. she is expected to play a major role behind the scenes if clinton is arrested. and now her husband's recklessness has become a new source of ammunition for donald trump. huma abedin and anthony weiner have been close friends of the clinton. not only is abedin is one of
bill clinton officiated at their wedding. in the wake of the campaign, they have announced a split and now the issue is a campaign issue for donald trump. >> he is a sick person, and, you know, he has access to classified information. huma abedin 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 information anthony weiner would know about. >> reporter: in a statement, trump went further saying just another example of hillary clinton's bad judgment. >> huma abedin is an aide to secretary clinton not a central figure in the campaign that her judgment and her choices in her personal life are going to affect the country. >> already questions centered around abedin. she is linked to e-mails that suggest a cozy relationship between the state department
got special access and favors from the state department when hillary clinton was secretary of state. the clinton campaign dismisses the criticism saying there was no pay for play, and now more people are talking about e-mails and sex, and less about the candidates' qualification for president. and yesterday, clinton's campaign made a statement saying they were supporting abedin. and the latest scandal will not affect her campaign. in the control room, i am daniel miller, the governor of maine is now blaming minorities from massachusetts for the drug problems in his state. republican paul lepage was on beacon hill. he attended a conference with the other new england governors. he told reporters that blacks from lowelling and hispanics are bringing heroin into maine. charlie baker said he does not agree with the comment.
neighborhood, no race, no class. >> sara: lawrence mayor called his comments ill-informed and says the called his comments ill-informed and says the governor wants to the wormed is mourning a comedy legend. gene wilder passed away monday night. and he was suffering from alzheimer's disease and he wanted to keep his condition a secret. he starred in "blazing saddles" and "young frankenstein." mel brooks took to twitter remembering wilder as a truly great talent and we bless every film he did with his magic and he blessed me with his friendship. gene wilder was 83 years old. the word "legend" gets tossed around a lot, but applies to gene wilder. >> julie: yes, it does. it really does in that situation and we will remember
down to the zakim bridge. temps in the 50s and 60s. nice clear skies into work this morning. heading home at 5 p.m. how about 70s and 80s. just a little cloud cover moving in and we will time out the warm-up where you can shed those light jackets coming up. 5:11. a local man accused of exposing himself to young girls is behind bars. how the uber driver was allow today drive behind the wheel for a year before getting a >> and this can look like a pair of old sneakers hiding in your closet. they are actually brand-new. the shocking price these designer sneakers are going for. right now we see traffic cones early this morning but with a little bit of imagination, city leaders want
the city has a pop-up plaza that will cater to pedestrian and drivers. michael henrich is live in boston. the idea is that the area will be more like quincy market where people sit, have coffee, et cetera. >> reporter: just wanted to be a little more pedestrian friendly. people who normally walk around the downtown crossing area to feel more comfortable doing so. that is exactly right. and right now we are seeing beforehand. we are seeing before the plaza. this is franklin and arch street and admittedly this is not the exact area that people will think of when they think of downtown crossing. they are thinking more a couple of blocks away. and that is perhaps the thought here extending that definition of what people think of as the most walkable, most pedestrian-friendly and most outdoor seating friendly area of this particular part of the city. the pop-up plaza will happen right where those cones are on
between 8 and 11:00 this morning. they will block it off with flower beds and put outdoor seating here. the mayor's office sent us a picture of what the plaza could look like long-term once the permanent design is settled on. you can see from this picture, the walk is extended the entire way. different color carpeting it looks like in that -- in that rendering there. a lot of places to sit and relax as well. and the boston transportation department says today's pilot program is to not only figure out what sort of have there is in this plaza here at franklin, but also to work through some of the traffic concerns. but right now there are a couple of lanes on this one-way road and a turning lane and commercial park. those are issues that will need to be addressed if this were to become a permanent plaza like they are talking about. so we will see how it goes. 8 to 11:00 this morning we will be here. stick through it all. a live in downtown crossing, michael henrich, fox25 news.
boat driver to crashed into a bridge at storrow drive. the collision ripped the roof off the boat. this happened sunday after police forced the first-year driver to take a detour off of beacon hill. he went to storrow and slammed into an overpass. no one was hurt. a quincy man and his son want to pay for a whaler ruined off of the island. mike slade had his 13-foot boat tied boston harbor ferry pulled away. the wake from the ship caused his boat to capsize. the mbta runs boston harbor cruises and sent in divers to find the man's belongings and tow the boat back to shore. the mbta is investigating the incident. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone, still early and means things are nice and calm on the road. route 1, 93 south moving along fine. south of the pike expressway
southbound. a look at your live drive times. 23 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 9 minutes on the expressway. 19 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. and starting a little cool this morning, but we will be warming up slightly. >> yeah, great warm-up on the way. in fact, as a whole, julie, this whole has been incredibly warm. temperatures running almost 4 degrees -- over 4 degrees above average. is about 84.9 degrees. yes, 85 on average in boston for your high. the hottest we have seen 98 degrees on august 12. it not quite that warm. yesterday was another 90-degree day. we get a cool down and up around 90. at 65 degrees. a look at what you should plan around today. winds at 8 miles per hour. the winds will be weaker than yesterday. we tonight have the same
yesterday afternoon. but we do have a kind of slow warm-up. 7 a.m., 65 degrees. by 9 a.m., lower 70s. by lunchtime, we hud be mid- to upper 70s. and upper 70s really as high as we are going to see some areas along the coastline. coastline will end up being coolest as we get away from the coast because we have onshore winds that will start seeing temperatures warm westward. boston and malden, 79 degrees. quincy, 83 today. same in cambridge and somerville. brookline, 84. arlington mid-80s in dedham. definitely hot spots out there that tend to be inland towns and cities like lawrence at 84 degrees. norwood at 85. fitchburg, 84. mid-80s to manchester, new hampshire. about 80 degrees today in worcester and i have upper 70s and lower 80s for the entire coastline including the cape and islands. futurecast will highlight the morning sunshine. a few clouds that end up popping up by late morning. that blend of sun, scattered
not too much in the way of shade making. if you want the shade you better bring the sunscreen or hat with you. sunglasses a big must today. tonight, we will have a few more clouds around. not quite as crisp when you wake up tomorrow morning. instead of the 50s, you will have lower 60s. lows in the 60s overnight. from there, we bounce back into the upper 80s in boston and even 90 in lawrence and in norwood. tomorrow will be a hot day today. humidity is on the rise. is going to bring in that chance of a couple of showers. most of tomorrow ends up being dry, hazy, hot and humid with winds coming from the south and southwest. as this front passes through overnight though, we are going to bring in a chance for a couple of showers and even a passing thunderstorm. best chance will be thursday morning with that front in the neighborhood. and then for thursday afternoon, the chance will slide into southeastern massachusetts. it still looks pretty scattered and doesn't look like any kind of widespread
scattered wednesday night and thursday. thursday's high 80 degrees. 76 on friday. humidity takes a big nose dive over the weekend. and still going to feel nice and refreshing with mid- to upper 80s. sunday running a little brighter by labor day. we are going to have to add a few more of those late day clouds. back to you, guys. election day is getting closer, and it is not just the candidates fighting it out. coming up at 5:30, the anti-clinton sign that keeps getting vandalized over and over. and tom brady provinge time. the message that he sent to
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special message to one of his fans. check this out. >> i know our big patriots fan but after learning about your story, i am an even bigger fan of you and all that you have overcome. i will be rooting for you this season and hope the patriots can give you and your family great memories and plenty to celebrate all year long. we will be wish you the very best. >> gene: those were brady's heartfelt words to justin miller who suffers from a form of muscular dystrophy and his star said he would love to hear from his idol and he responded. first class all the way. i love these guys realize how much impact they can have on somebody by doing so simple. it means so much. >> listen, i haven't gotten an invitation if you want to visit you. he was playing down how great he is. love that story. well, moving on to something -- i don't know if i love in idea. if you want to pay nearly $600 bucks for a pair of sneakers.
just flawless. take a look at these called distressed superstar sneakers by the brand golden goose. are you familiar with golden goose? >> gene: i would like to have a golden goose. >> julie: i wish. scuffed up laces, duct tape on the back part of the design. the retail price $585. the shoes sparked outrage on social media with some people say poverty shouldn't be sold as fashion. >> gene: preowned. if you want sneakers like three pair i will sell half. 300. you. >> julie: i will take it. >> gene: i don't know who is buying that. a marketed for everybody. >> julie: somebody is sharing it. >> shiri: gene, a little bad news for you, buddy. the pollen level -- a little gasp from gene. the pollen level including ragweed barely budging staying the high category the next couple of days. we need heavy rain to help us out in that apartment. the next showers planned coming up. after three decades of the
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vote no on question 2. complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: now at 5:30. september right around the corner and it is starting to feel like it. you need to grab a light jacket as you head out the door or going to the bus stop this morning -- yeah, that is happening, the bus stop. a little bit of both worlds today. >> sara: me too. check in with shiri and maybe just a long sleeved top for now. >> shiri: thing is a great idea. the fact is it is 20 degrees cooler in norwood right now. than it was yesterday at this time. i mean it is chillier out there this morning. we still have 65 in boston. warm spots. norwood has dropped all the way into the upper 40s. we have 58 in peabody. 55 in framingham. 56 in norton.
60s and barre at 52. pelham, new hampshire at 54 degrees. 61 marion. 61 in sandwich. anyone in the 50s or cooler this morning that is where you want to grab the jacket. fox25 weather app having the temperature trend covered. upper 70s coming into noon. highs in the lower 80s in most towns and cities. we will take you out to that bus stop fore julie grauert is back with live drive time traffic and looking north of the pike. >> still a good time to head out the door and especially now the forecast. things won't slow down for about the next hour or so unless there is a major accident and i will let you know. pike moving along fine from framingham through the weston tolls into the allston brighton area. expressway wide open. 23 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 10 minutes on the expressway. we have gained a minute, but i wouldn't be too worried yet.
a holliston man held without bail charged with stockpiling weapons threatening to kill police and muslims. joseph gargiulo a divorced father of two was arraigned in court during a three-week investigation. during a raid of his home they seized ammo, supplies to make explosives and hand-written notes threatening violence against a mosque. gargiulo faces five to ten years in prison if the anthony weiner scandal against his opponent. long-time aide to hillary clinton hurricane uma abedin is separating from her husband. and questions centered around abedin linked to e-mails that hillary clinton was running a pay for play operation while in the state department. this morning, an uber driver is off the job, accused
and more disturb something that he was arrested in march of 2015 and continued to drive for the company. fox25's stephanie coueignoux is in everett with the latest incident happened. stephanie, the mayor of that city had strong words for the company and the lawmakers. >> reporter: he says this is absolutely unacceptable and demands action. he sent this letter to uber demanding a meeting saying they need drivers. >> reporter: uber has fired paul griffin who remains in jail this morning, but he was still working for the company ken he was arrested in everett on sunday. police say on sunday he drove by two young germs and he thinks posed and fondled himself while alone in his car. we dug into griffin's history and learned he was arrested last march when boston police say he exposed himself to two suffolk university students. court records show he
>> involving a similar -- i don't know about the facts, but the allegation is open. >> reporter: he is suspected of similar inconsistency malden. the mother of one malden team said he propositioned his daughter last week. >> how is he out on the street and why is he registered as a sexual predator. why doctor i don't understand this. i don't understand the criminal justice system. >> reporter: everett mayor is also calling on the legislature to act, write immediately require thorough background checks for all drivers and require fingerprinting. clearly these drivers should be thoroughly vetted, and they are not. uber did tell us that griffin passed a background check when he first started working for them, but they had no idea why they didn't know why he was arrested last year. in 15 minutes, the response we received from boston police. in everett, stephanie
marathon lost her own life trying to save a son from drowning. she was on a lake with her family when her 2-year-old son fell in the lake. she jumped in and held him over the water. russell was already unconscious. she ran the marathon twice but her family says she did have a heart condition. she leaves behind two children age 2 and 5. a brookline couple says their hillary clinton for pr vandalized. lives at this busy section at heath street. when they first put the sign up the woman threw paint on it and over the weekend a man cut the sign and it was all caught on camera. the suspect dropped his phone under the sign which was filled with selfies. >> the smart crooks are in the cam. obviously this guy isn't too smart. and it also looks like there was texting that was done afterwards.
a selfie of the person who owns the phone. >> gene: brookline police are still working the case. they ask if anyone has information about the woman who allegedly threw paint on the sign. police called them with any tips. football coaches at framingham high school are back on the job and the season will continue. last week, several players developed blisters and burns on their hands during a drill. it happened after they touched the school's artificial turf field. leave while the district selected a scrimmage scheduled for last weekend was also cancelled. framingham superintendent reinstated the staff including head coach gary doherty. >> i think we should find out exactly what the safe temperature is and what is unsafe and if not practiced or have limited field contact drills. >> reporter: coach doherty said he never teen players get burns like this during a practice.
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good morning, everyone, it is 5:39. we track traffic and weather every ten minutes. live look outside at the expressway right now. things still moving along nicely as we head past the gas tank. only a 13-minute ride from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. here shiri with the bus stop forecast. 65 in boston. boston one of my warm spots. they are still on vacation but going back to school in haverhill. a 6 a.m. temp of 58 degrees. by 7 a.m., 60.
comfortable for those short sleeves. probably a light jacket there. you will want that light jacket. 58 degrees to get things started at 6 a.m. at 8 a.m. at the bus stop. mid-60s timing out the warming in your town coming up. the red sox is getting career years from mookie betts and rick porcello. both were at that's best. put the sox on the board. goat out of that one. his 30th home run of the season. what a year he has been living a. caused several strong innings and got help from zander bogart. nice spin move and he got the out at first. in the fifth, mookie again, line shot to left that will score big papi. red sox beat the rays 9-4 the final. the first antibiotic resistant strain of e. coli bacteria has been discovered in the u.s. rutgers university said the strain was found in a 76-year-old man treated in
tract infection. analysis showed the infection carried two teens make it resistant to two types of antibiotics now considered the last line of defense against super bugs. they say the bacterium has the potential to spread and be a powerful super bug. a new study finds that dogs will rather get praise from their owners than a treat. analyzed dogs using a mri, that is, to scan their brains when the dogs unrestrained. study officers said most of the dogs got praise from their owners over food. researchers say that the dog's brains responded to the meaning of words and how the words were said as much as humans do. >> gene: dogs want the love. cats on the other hand want to be left alone. don't bother. checking in live with all of our reporters after the break. as who listen to man behind
president obama, jess. >> yeah, and sara, neighbors actually became real concerned over the past couple of weeks of how this guy has been acting and you can see behind me, this is his house here. federal agents raided his house last week and they found 200 pounds of ammo inside and several guns and this morning we know he is being held without bail. now in court documents, investigators describe 48-year-old joseph gargiulo as they allege he talked about bombing police stations and killing homeland security officers. federal agents did raid his house on friday and he was arrested a short time later saturday morning. he was arraigned in federal court in boston yesterday, and although he was ordered held without bail, he actually has a bail hearing tomorrow and at that hearing that we will learn whether or not he will be held until his trial. neighbors here have become increasingly concerned. they learned about his
and months and will be hearing in just a little bit. jessica reyes, fox 25 news. i am stephanie coueignoux live in dwrevr the rewhere the mayor is calling on uber sending them this letter asking them to better screen their drivers. this comes after everett police arrested uber driver paul griffin on sunday. he is now in jail this morning held without bond after he drove by two young girls and exposed uber has fired griff head-on drove to the company for several years. and when looked into his background. police arrested him last march for a similar situation in boston and he is also expected of similar incidents in malden. we asked uber why they never fired him then, but spokesperson told us he did pass a background check when they first hired him and they had no idea that he was arrested last year. boston police told us it is up
and everett's mayor is calling for state lawmakers to pass tougher screening law. stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. and i am michael henrich reporting live in an area of downtown crossing where city officials think a good idea for pedestrians could be a pop-up plaza. they will run it from 78 to 11:00 this morning at this larger intersection here behind me at franklin and arch street. the city did release a picture of what they think a long-term plaza could intersection. and today's pilot program begins with a way to gauge have and how this had will work out some of the traffic issues that might arise from extending the sidewalk and taking away a couple of lanes of traffic. we will follow it all as it kicks off. live in downtown crossing, michael henrich, fox25 news. now at 5:48. we have a little chilly start to the day.
and a feel of fall and summer. >> sara: check in with shiri spear. 65 right now but we can expect a little bit of a warm-up today. >> shiri: a lot of suburbs in the 50s. an tweeting out those towns. and what you might expect and how to track it. bright and comfort pentagon even if you want the jacket first short sleeves have to be underneath. still late august and still feels like it. humidity comes back into play tomorrow and scattered showers timed out for late wednesday into thursday but this little bubble of keep us nice and clear. future cast has temperatures by 6 a.m. where they are now. talking lower 50s. 60s on the map. by 8 a.m., temperature-wise into the mid- to upper 60s. i think this will be comfortable enough for any kids headed to the bus stop late this morning. going to be comfortable enough. do the short sleeves from start to finish and you everybody will be in the short
76 in boston. 79 in lawrence and 78 in fitchburg. the coastline runs cooler because of winds off the water. 5 a.m. a lot of the coast will see 70s. inland downs and cities in the 80s. it is mild, bright and, yes, partly cloudy from time to time. all things considered it will be a very nice day with a high of 79 in boston. 81, beverly up to portsmouth, new hampshire. 82 in plymouth. mid-80s from norwood to bedford up to lawrence and over to nashua, new hampshire appear and fitchburg, worcester at 79 degrees. 60s tonight and 60s with the rising humidity. and tomorrow it will be sticky and 90s out there in norwood and bedford and lawrence. so it is going to run pretty hot. check this out though. it runs mostly dry because we don't have the front arriving yet. during the day tomorrow, it is going to be moving toward us up ahead of it we get the
the triple h weather is back. not until wednesday evening and overnight that the front will be close enough to stir up some showers. i expect the activity along this front is still going to be somewhat scattered in the morning. draped all the way from southern new hampshire and we all have that risk for a couple of thursday morning showers and overnight sinking into southeastern massachusetts and that's where any showers into the early afternoon will remain south of the pike here. we could see a couple of downpours. maybe an isolated thunderstorm, but, again, this isn't the widespread soaking we can use to help with our drought conditions. following that, thursday evening, we will clear out and the drier and cooler air that will be moving in and that will create this very comfortable conditions here friday, saturday and sunday. so today, 83. tomorrow, 88 with developing spot showers late and into thursday. thursday's high 80 degrees and then temperatures drop friday, saturday and sunday and highs in the 70s, running mostly
by monday, a few more clouds moving in for your labor day. julie grauert has more on the live drive time traffic. >> shiri, good morning. 24 northbound right before 128 in the randolph area. that thank is why we are already seeing our traffic flow move change color from green to orange. just slight backup there is. overall volume is light, so not causing anything major. expressway moving along fine and a beautiful sunrise as well as you are getting ready to head out the door and slowdown slightly on the expressway as well. live drive times. ten minutes on route 3 from 228 to the split. 20 minutes on 24 because of the accident i just told but. 13 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. back to you. an 18-wheeler full of donations have made its way to baton rouge general hospital to help flooding victims. they also need extra medical supplies to help everyone else. yesterday a packed town hall meeting for homeowners and
fema has not said any possible home elevation requirements as of yet, so residents will have to wait in order to start over. the entire blood supply in the u.s. may soon be screened for the zika virus. right now only blood donated in florida and puerto rico is being tested for sfwleebinga, but the food and drug administration says it needs to be expanded. a majority of people who have zika may never show any symptoms, but the virus can be passed op by blood. more than 2500 united states. the als community and pete frates are suffering a major break through in the fight against the disease. a fund raising reception last night at boston's waterfront. the breakthrough is not a cure, but two new genes linked to als have been discovered. the finding will let researchers try different approaches to fighting als and would never happen if it weren't for pete and his ice bucket challenge.
world and everybody knows boston, massachusetts. they know pete frates and they know this is the place that has changed the trajectory of their lives. >> gene: donations from the ice bucket challenge went directly to the als association which discovered those genes. 32 years is a long time to work in one place and at a local mcdonald's, it was a reason to celebrate. >> the needham restaurant honored one of people around her with any batch of fries she made. fox25's daniel miller showed us how she touched her community. >> daniel: she made a lot of fries over the years. it helps place adults with cognitive disabilities in jobs. it placed frya david into her nobody at the mcdonald's. and it has become a staple in the community ever since. >> come on in. >> reporter: the mcdonald's on
to her retirement party. >> i love you. >> reporter: the way she welcomed customers for the last 32 years with joy. >> i am having a good day. >> reporter: all were happy with frya. >> her smiles, enthusiasm and her daily hugs made our restaurant than more than just a restaurant. it made us part of frya's family. >> as an employee through the employee center, frya started her way up. >> i was on the french fries. >> we taught her how to make french fries and found a position she loves. >> in our busy lives, we forget to dance. but frya does not forget to dance at the fryolator. >> reporter: it was frya's chance to be served. >> i do everything for you, frya. >> reporter: a french fry necklace and her favorite,
>> reporter: long-time customers stopped by to say thank you. >> she took very pure delight in opening the doors. >> reporter: her family here says frya offered them so much more than they could ever offer her. >> through her hard work, dedication and perseverance, frya has accomplished all of them and a lesson to be learned for us. >> we love you. we appreciate you. we respect y better people for having you in our lives. thank you, frya. >> and frya often goes to mcdonald's even on her day off. the restaurant says all of her meals will be on the house from now on. in the newsroom this morning, daniel miller, fox25 news. quite the legacy she has there. >> sara: what a great story. a great woman. 5:56. one web site is making people's dreams, vacations a reality. coming up at 6:00, a new
pricey air fare. we don't know who would winning powerball ticket in new hampshire but we know where it was purchased. new at 6:00, what the grocery store is planning to do with the commission check. julie. >> julie: we know it wasn't any of us. 2407b the accident before 128 in randolph. starting to slow things down just slightly. i will have your drive times in a moment. shiri. >> shiri: running above average. >> shiri: running above average. a couple of nights. mr. brady, we've been expecting you. will you be needing anything else? not a thing. beautyrest black.
sglivrngt. now at o'clock, a boston university student will head back to class after pleading not guilty in the death of his best friend. new this morning why the victim's father says he does not want to see that student serve any prison time. and a holliston man accused of making threats against the president. what a dip administer we learned said to the fbi. and donald trump has new ammunition for the fight against his opponent. why he says the most recent security concerns in the clinton campaign. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody. 6:00 on this tuesday morning, august 30. hope your morning is off to a great start. i am gene lavanchy. >> and i am sara underwood. more kids are heading back to school today. unbelievable that summer is already over. meteorologist shiri spear says might need a light jacket for the bus stop.