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search is on the way. anchor: plus this morning, during this work of a saint of a mother is known for her work. anchor: right now post tropical hermine. you can't receive much rain but you can see how much she is effecting the weather. >> anchor: we're keeping a close on on hurricane hermine, right, sarah. meteorologist: the latest track from the national hurricane center does put
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about 16 miles per hour. but it will increase its strengths to a hurricane 4 which is what we're going to watch as it makes its way through the northeast. that's why we have hurricane storm warnings for rhode island and the outer waters of the islands but a tropical storm watch for the caymen islands. you're not going to see much when you step out and it's chilly 50-60 in boston. temperatures in the 70s and a mostly dry day. the effects are coming through
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that with the winding increasing. i'll let you know when we can expect rain in a few minutes. anchor: and this morning two deaths are being blamed on hermine. first a foreign man of florida was hit by a tree and a man trying to cross the bridge on saturday. many across dealing with damaged homes and flooded homes right now. >> we have a garbage can in the kitchen and three inches of water on the floor because we just could to the do it fast enough. anchor: a big storm surge heads their way.
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the coverage on that storm. and they're not taking any chances. reporter: yes, and it is a gorgeous morning and it's calm and still. i want you to take a look at the boats in the harbor and it's just a light breeze as a picturesque morning. but that's expected to change. the ferry service did not want to take any chances. because the track of hermine was to uncertain in the days prior to that they just canceled service on friday, for today and on monday. and regardless of the track that
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they still advise if you have a boat on the water or you're in the south coast, you're continued to take the boat out because that sea is going to get rough. even though we're here where we are, it's not going to get so bad where we are, it's going to get bad on the island. that's why the ferry service canceled sunda to be much worse from cape to the seas. people are taking an extra precaution. and there is the last big harah. fox 25 news. anchor: now, of course time to make sure you have the fox 25 weather app. you can keep up to date with the
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you are spending the holiday weekend. anchor: and a woman was hit by a car on matapan. police say this woman was hit while walking down the street. one person is in custody this morning. anchor: and police are trying to figure out what started a fire this morning. the fire on walter street everyone is out and okay. anchor: officers were called to fenton road where brent young hurt a boy and the woman. they have na are narrowed the hunt for the
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for this woman. plunket was wearing a grey shirt. anchor: police say in lancaster, a child was thrown from a horse and name or her age. anchor: a man was arrested after jesse was found outside of their home. anchor: pope francis ken
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was for the saint of the gutters. one man gave testimony of mother teresa. it takes more than a dedicated life to be a healed of tumors because of her. anchor: and the first talks of peace started in a summit. things were rocky. the chinese banned media coverage.
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to the paris climate agreement. >> it's the single most chance that we have to end up with problems that end up transforming this planet in a way that make it difficult to make it difficult to deal with all the other challenges. anchor: they're set to talk about issues. anchor: the epipan was jacked up to $600. they're not making clear why they jacked up the price. anchor: candidates will
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jill stein and johnson needed 600 signatures to end up on the ballot. both donald trump and hillary clinton have taken a break. clinton heads back out tomorrow on a labor day festival in ohio. out to oakland. the sox have scored 27. and 6-0 and 7-0. bogartz will make it 7-0. 9-0. and he takes a perfect game into the 6th and wins 19th on the mound.
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on the top of the ales and orioles play tomorrow. anchor: a local statue stolen from a local town. anchor: plus sharks swimming all over the coast of massachusetts. we're heading out to see where they have been and where they're going.
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amop?. love every step. anchor: shark experts getting a better understanding with the shock movement. our reporter was the only reporter there. he tagged along to check on their progress. reporter: fox on board when
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check when they swam after the buoys data was tested. after a visional was detected from the shark, the recent shark was named ago agnis. >> it's valuable to know how many sharks are along the coast. >> reporter: they went from 5-8 sharks in the coast. fox 25 news was with the harbor master when the buoys was put off their coast.
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sharks, the more we can cohabitate. >> right now there are more than 30 shark-detector buoys. anchor: massachusetts highways will soon become scientists say the monarch butterfly has declined each year because of a lack of habitat. meteorologist: good morning, everyone.
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see bright skies but things will change. we're going to see wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour. we're in a drought with a lot of stressed trees so it's not going to take much to bring down trees and cause power outages. as we get into your monday, that's when we're showers across southeastern where we could pick up two inches of rain but that's not only going to be late tomorrow but those chances through the next couple of days. as for the coast, you'll notice a change. today you're going to notice an surf coming up especially for
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as we get through the next few days with the battle across the coast, you could see isolated pockets for coastal flooding. we have a lot of activity packed with advisories. we have this tropical storm watch shaded in yellow. these buildings south of the area are going to hazardous conditions and that's why we have a tropical storm warning. it is 60 in boston, dew point in the 50s. as we go on through you'll notice the temperatures increasing. we're going to see those temperatures increase to 70s inland. you're going to notice the winds gusting to 20.
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up to 30-40 miles per hour. lessor impact towards the coast. as we head into monday, you're going to notice winds to the west. and that's because we're going to see that track to the west of it but the winds will increase. we have feet. in some places of nantucket, they're going to be 6-8 feet high. wave heights, really building and is going to continue to build to the range. although hermine is slowing down in motion, it's going to strengthen in the next 46 hours.
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west at 17 miles per hour. noticing by wednesday, it's still 50 miles per hour but jogging to the northeast. the rain it's going to strengthen, the temperatures in the waters are in the 80s. as for us we're going to see the clouds increasing and hold off. we're going to see rain showers it's going to be a sharp cutoff in where we see rain but the best chance is as the system meanders to the south. for the northwest, it's going to drop off significantly even though most of us are less than an inch of rain. we're going to be watching hermine. and see temperatures go up to
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anchor: all right an easton man is the world's pumpkin paddling competition. take a look at this. >> todd successfully rode down the river for 8 miles in a his journey started in deiton and ended up down the river. >> i got to five miles and my body was starting to get soft. >> now one will be able to say they took a 280-pound pumpkin down the river.
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future farmers. he runs a patch to farm pumpkin seeds. >> anchor: two things-it's hard not to take on water and flip over. >> anchor: the current was challenging too. it's tough. anchor: we have two amazing pitches. this was drilled it right into the crowd. that's about six feet. >> what about this one? guess what her advantage was? she nails it with a strike right down the middle. that was in a texas rangers game last night. pretty impressive, right. >> she shows off and then right
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crashed into the a river at high speed. this was in elsworth main. the 61-year-old took on a medical emergency and the man managed to free himself after this. this video is tough to watch. he walks away with minor injuries but he walks away from all that. he just moves right off there. anchor: good thing okay. meteorologist: we're tracking hermine and if you're thinking about making a beach day, be dry in the water and the waves are going to be building. i'll show you what to expect in your area coming up in a few
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this is a fox 25 storm tracker weather alert. anchor: good sunday morning to you. it is 6:30 in the morning on sunday. you can see this in north carolina whipping up pretty strong waves. there's a few people there wanted to take in some the surf. one thing sarah has been warning is a potential of rip currents. >> anchor: and don't walk out there too far on the rocks. we know when the waves get choppy, it's a fascinafascinata. let's look at the timeline
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meteorologist: the wind span is increasing the seas several miles out from the center. that's why we have warnings up towards the tri-state area and what we're going to see the hurricane hermine strengthen as we head into the monday as it makes west. wind strength will get back towards hurricane four but notice its timeline. we have a few days ahead of us until we see the winds battle to our coastline. now it's the outer warnings where we have that on the coast.
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you may think waking up it's a beautiful sunshine, chillily in the 40s but i'll show you what to expect this afternoon and when the rain chances increase. back to you. anchor: sarah just said the winds will start a journey of damage along the way. it has started power outages in carolina. two people have been killed. anchor: people close to home have been preparing for hermine. anchor: here in falmouth, no warnings have been issued.
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ferries on the island queen has been canceled for today and tomorrow. further down, the impact is greater. all boats in the water had to be out by 5:00 p.m. yesterday. the commador making the announcement yesterday. on the last holiday weekend, instead of one last harah, many had to cancel their trip. >> we're trying to avoid all that and protect our asset. >> it was disruptive as heck because we were supposed to have a good time. reporter: yeah, everyone
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time because it's labor day and the last big push before we had to go back to work. people were trying to have a great time despite the forecast. every parking lot was filled and they're planning to get in one last big harrah before we have to end summer. >> we're going this every step of the way. anchor: make sure you're prepared by downloading the fox 25 app to see where you're going to get the heaviest damage and a place to check on your power outages. anchor: and a crash down at exit three where an suv slid off
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along the side of the road. anchor: and a child was treated after falling into a fire pit. the 2-year-old tripped and ended up burning her feet and hands. the incident is ruled as an accident. anchor: the woman was shot in her bathroom. support systems are in place for teachers and students as they prepare to start the school year tuesday. her death will not be discussed her younger students. police have not released a
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hospitalized for alcohol poisoning. what her mother says was a wake-up call. meteorologist: waking up to the 40s and 50s but will decline to the 60s and we'll see clouds increaing with the winds
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anchor: this weekend in plymoth, police are trying to find a lobster caper. someone broke a 75-pound lobster statue and then made off with it. he was known as sir loin. and many say it's not the only
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take. >> there were two men in their 50s trying to steal another lobster on the water front. >> anchor: sir loin ended up being the only lobster taken. each one hand-painted. some businesses already ready to replace sir loin by taking anchor: an 11-year-old was on his way home when a masked man held a gun up to his head. the man told others where to find the body. heinrick has not yet be charged for his death.
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that was killed at disney boy in an alligator attack. several blue balloons were released to honor his death. anchor: we'll continue to track hurricane hermine and you can see hermine hanging out around washington and new york. chief meteorologist sarah is in a few minutes. anchor: and what's being credited for saving a police chief's life.
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anchor: they rescue and rehabilitate hundreds of animals from crueltity and this morning crystal hane speaks with the man who has been enforcing animal protection laws for 40 years. a lot of these kittens don't survive because they end up getting sick and dieing.
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cat colony. >> reporter: but it's a different case that's been reported. on a farm, they found hundreds of animals that were sick and dieing. animals with horrible injuries that have been untreated and help these animals. >> it's a deer. >> he's seen a lot while working for the rescue lead. in fact, what is is hanging an
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zoo. >> he says he rarely gets home but still works. >> i'm prepared to do a horse rescue because i love the rescue aspect. >> they showed this video that was trapped between a dog retaining wall. reporter: he has rescued about 60,000 house cats. >> he says this cat was reported with a busted leg. they don't survive and they get hit by a car and gets abondoned. >> he never understands it.
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to go down the street, they can take the time and put the animal at the humane society. anchor: you can find the link to the humane society right there in the story. meteorologist: all is calm to start the day today but we're going to see to see the impacts of start to effect the region. we're going to notice periods of heavy rain but it's dry lingering through the rest of the week. the winds are going to pick up tonight and have another round monday and tuesday. we'll see a high-risk of rip currents and will linger towards
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hermine 300 miles away. the fact that these two systems are colliding together and strengthening its winds. the winds are picking up the region but the highs are going to stop the motion of hermine so we're not going to see it move further north today. it's going to stall and without it stalling, it's going to gather rains all the way down virginia. and as it get to the west, it's going to provide strong winds and waves towards the eastern seaboards causing possible flooding that we'll watch for. that's towards the caymen islands and still they will be strong enough to allow for some
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as the high surf and strong winds because take a look at what we're tracking. post tropical hermine moving at about 12 miles per hour. you're going to notice it's going to take that jog to the west strengthening to hurricane four. it's still a powerful storm and may weaken slightly. the reason we' strengther even though it's not moving too much is look at the water temperatures. they're in the 80s. it's going to increase that storm over the next fe days . the winds are about 20 feet. we're going to see high impact
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to dangerous rip currents and wind gusts at 20 miles per hour and we're looking for local heavy rain around the caymen islands. it's 60 degrees out there. expect to see sunshine with mostly dry skies and many of you may enjoy west you go with temperatures in the 60s. you'll notice the rain chances increasing to the southeast and then we'll have periods of rain continue to pivot eastward. it's going to be a shut cut off where we see rain and where we don't. it's going to be around 60
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will increase in the evening when people head to work and school. as we take a look at holiday weekend, it's going to be a drier day but the winds will increase in the afternoon and evening. we're going to see winds around 40 miles per hour around the caymen islands. and that 40-day forecast will remain in the upper as we head late in the week, the temperatures will warm back up. anchor: right now a major celebration in the catholic church as it welcomes their newest saint. >> we're thankful to her.
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i wonder what tom brady is doing. he's not near his teammates and neither of these. >> he never lived up to this promise. i'm surprised keishon martin was apart of the and they cut down 20 players. >> first play of the second half, john hillman goes 23 yards and ties the game up at 7-7. >> in the start of the 4th quarter, he takes the lead and ties it up 14-7. eagles have not won to make it nine in the row.
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the fox 25 news team complete with mark arthur bloom.
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news, the latest trek on hermine and what impact we'll see. anchor: tropical storm hermine on its way up the east coast and the effects have already been felt. anchor: the investigation with a hit and run this morning. >> plus this morning the woman that's a saint from the gutters and the people who felt the life of mother theresa. anchor: you can see not a whole lot of rain on the radar but she's effecting the winds with hundreds of miles around her eye. thanks for watching fox 25 news this sunday morning.
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anchor: of course sarah has been watching this. and you're bringing us the latest, sarah. meteorologist: she's expecting to slow down in forward movement but that will allow hermine to park itself south of our area for a number of days. wind speed about 65 miles per hour. so tropical storm four even though it's a post moving at 12 miles per hour. watch what happens. as it moves over warmer water, it's going to increase by morning. that's why it's a tropical storm watch for the south coast by the cayman islands. waking up too, it's chillily at
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cooler along the coast and winds are strengthening with gusts up to 30-50 miles per hour. strongest tonight into tomorrow. high season surf also going to be increasing throughout the day today and that means we do have a moderate rip current that we're heading to the beach today and we're going to wind erosion. as for wind chances, low today but they will be increasing acrows the cayman islands and we're going to be talking about that risk of showers in the area. i'll have that timeline in just a few minutes. anchor: two deaths blamed for hermine. the first by a fallen tree and a
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trailer as he crashed crossing a bridge. people are dealing with flooded homes, downed trees and power outages. we had to empty out water 6-7 times per night and we have three inches of water on the floor because we could not do it fast enough. >> anchor: storm surge continues including us in new england. and erica continues our watch on the storm and the ferry is not taking chances in that area. >> reporter: they're not and there was in anticipatation of the hurricane.
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when it should be making extra runs. they're going to have to expect to do the same. it's the rough surf that put ferry companies on high alert know that their ferry can be dangerous in the high seas. their decision to cancel the services, especially for the island queen means it's a big lit for their money-maker but it was made out of the consideration for its riders. >> we decided to be proactive instead of reactive. >> they're a pretty good judge of what's in front of us so i'll be going home for one night. >> reporter: so he was supposed to come back today of course so
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weekend plans so he did not get stuck on the island if it makes an impact. he's not the only one that's had to alter his plans. 7:30, fox 25 news. anchor: and you can keep up with the weather on the fox 25 app wherever you spend your holiday weekend. while walking near mortan street. the suspect is being held at their millton barracks. anchor: and new this morning, police officers are trying to figure out what started this fire. you can see clearly the outside of the home is black and charred. this fire started just before
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it out okay. anchor: the search is underway when a woman was attacked. present young heard the woman and the teenager. they believe young may have a self-inflicted wound. the department of children and families is getting involved telling us they have received reports and they're investigating. anchor: last seen on friday, donna plunket was heading out to a friend's but never seen it home. please contact police. anchor: a child was thrown
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to the hospital and were told she died there. police have not released her age and name. police arrested a man that broke into a house and attack him. they charged him with burglary and arrested him. mother theresa is officially >> during her life she is known for the saint of the gutters for her compassion for children. >> most of all, we're thankful for the message she made by being close with the poorer of
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deemed a saint. two people claimed that they were healed of tumors after praying to her. anchor: things are underway at the summit in china. chinese officials demanded their white house counter parts barred of media coverage. even media access. despite the tension, the u.s. and china have agreed to the paris climate agreement. >> we have to deal with the problems that end up transforming this planet in a way that make it difficult to deal with all the other challenges that we face.
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off on human rights and peace issues. clr anchor: anchor: and the company has hiked up the price for epipens without making it clear why the price hike two candidates will appear on the ballot including trump and clinton. both candidates needed 600 signatures to get on the ballot. meanwhile trump and clinton have no scheduled event.
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scheduled to speak out at a labor day festival tomorrow in ohio. anchor: let's head out to oakland where the sox have scored out of 27 innings. same inning david ortiz is going to double on the right for that deep center knocking and he picked a league-winning inning making it his 19th win. anchor: and a custom-made lobster statue. the reason the thief will not problem making off with their prize.
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here today. >> meteorologist: it's a brought start to your day. in you're going to be heading out this morning, the winds will
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four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few.
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anchor: a garland mother has a message for anyone who is thinking about drinking after her daughter almost died after binge drinking. >> everybody thinks this will never happen to their my child is a good girl. >> riley asked her mom to go to a sleepover and binge drinking. riley lost consciousness and the teen hesitated to call for help but eventually one girl got riley home.
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girl, she would have died. >> reporter: she was add given a drug with no avail and then doctors tested her for alcohol. she tested 2.8. >> i waited 14 hours for her daughter to wake up. according to the die from alcohol poisoning. melissa wants to make sure no parents go through what she did. she posted a powerful warning on facebook. it's gotten thousands of shares. >> i want parents to be aware when even you have a wonderful relationship with your child,
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anchor: massachusetts face the company biotin saying that they have a new breakthrough in alzeimers. patients who took the drug showed less mental decline. a new hampshire is leaving behind a $4 million fund to the school. he spent the years catgorizing books. the additional funds will be used for a career center for the kids. this is a storm tracker weather alert. >> meteorologist: seeing the
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will slow to the south. it's going to stall letting us see the winds increase as we go over the next few days and the next chances of rain will increase over the labor day and the days after. so the reason we have these tropical storm advisories, gusts at 20 miles per hour. seas can be building as high as 20 feet and we have south coast of rhode island including the providence area due to the proximity of the bay and the south coast of the cayman islands. >> we're going to notice the wind strongest tonight and tomorrow afternoon. gusts upwards of 40-50 miles per
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and because we have had a drought conditions, it's not going to take much to down some trees as well as power outages. as for the winds, it's going to be dry today and we'll see a series of winds on tuesday. that's where we could see anywhere from 1-2 inches. as for the winds increasing with high winds and dangerous rip currents we could see flooding as well as beach erosion. right now it's calm at 61 degrees and dew point will increase during the midday and into the afternoon and evening hours. we'll start at midday and
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degrees as it's dry today. again that wind picking up gusting to 20 miles per hour this afternoon. this is our hour by hour forecast. and as we head to the overnight hours, you're going to see stronger wind gusts tomorrow morning. as we see on monday, you'll notice the strongest wind gusts will move to the west and it's taking a jog to the west. if you're trying to go to the beach, be careful because we have a risk of rip currents in nantucket. a moderate risk on the north shore and brighter skies to the west. it's going to be okay if you're
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as the system continues to spin the winds expanned several hundred miles away from the center. that's why we have the warning posted up into the area. this is the latest track. winds 65 miles per hour expected to stall to the south. you'll notice as we head into the day tomorrow, it will strengthen to hurricane four. it's going to be typical of the northeastern. we're going to be batting the winds and rains. by wednesday and thursday, that's when it's going to strengthen. i think it's going to be strengthen because it's going to run into water above average for this time of year. we have to watch this was any changes are going to lead to differences in the forecast.
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on tuesday, the winds will increase but wednesday it will warm up. anchor: a special tribute for a life lost too soon. a tribute with blue balloons. and an kelly ayotte: thanks, buddy. kelly (voiceover): i'm kelly ayotte. and when i take the plate for new hampshire...
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anchor: we're going to talk about pumpkin everything but a man has been named after making a journey down the river in a pumpkin. >> anchor: do you know how many pies i can make with that thing. >> anchor: it was 1,240 pounds.
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yaucht club. no one else will be able to say they took a 1,200 pound pumpkin down the river. >> he says it's local farmers and encourages many to grow pumpkins. anchor: a driver took off at a high speed and it went off into the river. the driver is a 61-year-old who suffered a medical emergency but
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free himself from the vehicle. so many people that crash into the water can't make it out. he was helped by a volunteer but this is scary stuff. >> anchor: it's amazing that he was not hurt. good for me. florida was hurt a few days ago but most people were fun. this plan street. he gets an a for effort. >> anchor: yeah, he almost crashed into the light post. we don't encourage this. meteorologist: and by the way, that was an amazing site with that pumpkin. if you're heading into the water, be aware with a high risk of rip currents. it's going to be dry and we're
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this is a fox 25 storm tracker alert. anchor: it's 7:30 and new england is bracing for hermine. i want to take a live look on north carolina. but we saw a beautiful shot beautiful site despite this rough surf you'll see. >> anchor: i think it's moving past the area and people are walking down to check out the waves. and we're going to have beautiful sunshine and sarah is in the storm tracker weather center. good morning, sarah. meteorologist: you can see the storm center to the south
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continue to pivot into the region. we'll have to watch it carefully because if it does continue its forward movement if it drops 12 miles per hour, that will bring it closer before it stalls and will allow some differences in the impact. right now it is expected to move to the northeast, stall and move to the west while strengthening to a hurricane four and because it's going to be to the south for a longer period of time, we have tropical storm warnings shaded in orange, south of nantucket and the vinyard. and you would not notice it today with 50s and 60s and sunshine. as we go through the day, temperatures will climb to the
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south and east you are, you're going to see stronger hurricane storms out there tomorrow. as for the risk of rain chances, i'll show you coming up. anchor: sarah says the hurricane is leading a path of destruction. strong winds and heavy rain did a lot of damage to the area down there. it's south and so far two people have been killed as a result of the storm. anchor: people around our area have prepared for wind and rain for days for now. we're down at falmouth where were cautions are in the area. >> well, here it's business as usual and why not. it's a gorgeous morning. you can see behind me where
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of the water. the only disruption is the ferry service and the island queen will be canceled. the highline ferry has canceled its service and the steamship authority may have do the same later in the day. further islands, they may have to do the same. in heyennas, they may have to do the same. so on this last holiday season, the unofficial end of the summer, while they were looking
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cancel their plans. >> so we're trying to avoid all that and protect our assets. >> it's really disruptive. >> reporter: so everyone is still having a great time. we have been watching boats in the harbor and people are trying to get out this morning to salvage the holiday out there trying two get your boat out in the water before those seas get worse out there. anchor: make sure you're prepared as hermine moves our way. download the fox 25 news app where you can get the news on high winds and where you can turn in you lose power.
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on highway 395 south of exit three. police say an suv left the road and hit a median. the driver has been killed and we're not releasing the name of the victim this morning. anchor: you can see this car landed on its side on west union street. despite how bad it looks, no one was hurt. no word on crash. a child is treated after falling into a barbecue pit. she tripped burning her hands, feet, and legs. they worked quickly to get her in the bathroom to cool her burns.
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a 38-year-old woman was found dead in her home. support systems are in place as students prepare to get started in school. tes's death will not be discussed with her younger students. we leave it to you to address it as you see fit. there has not been a motive anchor: police are trying to track down a lobster statue thief. the lobster was known as sirloin. and it was not the only statue the thieves were trying to take. >> we received word that there were two men in their 50s in a
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steal another statue. >> anchor: sirloin ended up being the only lobster taken. they'll continue to investigate this weekend and donations have already started to replace sirloin. meteorologist: as hermine gets a little closer, changes are expected in the next 24 hours.
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anchor: new this morning, two deputies are in the hospital after being shot. it happened in the president county jail.
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became agitated. when he tried to intervene, he pulled out a gun and shot him. the fresno county jail will be closed to visititors. jason was kidnapped in 2009 and on his way home when he was they say heinrick told police where to find jacob's body. his mom confirmed the news to the local police station. families and friend released blue balloons to honor the boy
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a florida park. since his death, they have put barriers to stop this from happening again. anchor: a magnitude 5.3 earthquake hit near oklahoma. despite its force, only one building suffered damage. a homeowner was treated anchor: we'll continue to track hurricane hermine hanging out in washington. we're tracking the timeline after the break. anchor: thousands of animals are treated back to health and we'll take you into
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training to work and saved his life. >> it's agreed for comrodery. while he and his men started training-he sat there and said he did not feel well. >> they said chief, are you what you're trained to do. >> reporter: it was the use of cpr to regain a heartbeat long enough to get him to beverly hospital to be treated. >> i ended up the best place to get my initial care and ongoing care and it made the difference. it saved my life.
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they're saving is personal. >> i know it was hard for them. i grew up with a lot of these guys. >> when you know the person and you were just talking to him minutes before he collapsed you feel extra pressure. >> there's no words to do what they did yesterday. they gave me a second chance. tomorrow. >> talk about timing. now he has a renewed motivation to continue his training. there is a fox 25 storm tracker weather alert. meteorologist: and while it's beautiful and calm out there this morning, we're
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continue for a few days watching hermine. the winds speed are the tropical force around that center that will start to effect our region. winds will begin to increase across the south cayman islands. winds are roughing up the seas and he can expect to see rough surfs as well as rip currents. as for the rain, i think it's going to hold off that's good news for holiday weekend plans but we're going to see it move and the farther north you can go, it's going to increase. the combination of the systems coming together, squeezing that
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winds. we expect to stay parked in our area because of the suppresion of the city and we see strong winds in virginia and for the cayman islands. now let me show you that the winds are right now about 65 miles per hour with a movement east, northeast at 20 miles per hour. the cone of expectancy. any changes will direct how much rain and wind we will see. it looks as though as we head into tomorrow, it's going to jog into the west gain hurricane force strength before slowly
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begin. look at the time stamp. it's going to allow for strong conditions. above average at 80 degrees an the waves 10-20 feet right now. we can expect high 10-20 feet and dangerous winds that could gust up to 40 miles per hour over the cayman islands and 30 over the local areas. and i think the greatest chance will be down at the cayman islands at the track. we have 61 in boston and as we go through the day, we'll see clouds moving on in.
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on monday while we may start off with sunshine, we're going to notice rain moving on in. we'll see scattered showers develop across the south eastern area. further north and west you go, it's going to be a sharp cutoff where you see rain and where you do not. on tuesday, it's going to be parked to our south. it's n we'll see movement to the east and the system moving on out. the system will warm back up as we head to the latest stages of the east. anchor: a major celebration in the catholic church as it welcomes its newest saint. >> honoring the life and work of mother theresa.
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where the patriots are at. dopson, 2nd round pick and never lived up to the promise. i'm surprised keishon martin is not picked up yesterday. players. >> it's bc and georgia tech. the second, he ties the game up at 7-7. and the start of the 2nd quarter, patrick trolles takes the lead. eagles had not won 8 in a row,
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saturday. don't forget sports wrap at 11:30. have a great day. i'm butch sterns. anchor: and now the sox are tied for third place. meteorologist: and we're starting the weekend dry but we're going
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anchor: right now on fox 25 morning news, the latest track of hermine. i'll show you what impacts we'll see this holiday weekend.
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morning. anchor: an investigation on what happened on a crash this morning. anchor: and a woman who is known as the saint of the gutters, honoring the life of mother theresa. anchor: and that's hurricane the north and we can't see how much she's impacting the wind for hundreds of miles. good morning, everyone i'm jason long. anchor: hermine is not anywhere near us but sarah is tracking it, sarah. meteorologist: when you see this hurricane to the south, we're going to see impact throughout the day.
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it is stalling to the south. that wind, about 65 miles per hour right now but it is forecast and it has updated as well to the west as we head through the day tomorrow getting towards hurricane strength force as winds at 70 miles per hour pushing to the east. there is wednesday and thursday so it's going to take its time before it moves on out of here. we're going to be watching it for t tropical storm warning in orange for coastal waters and tropical storm watch for the south coast as well as the cayman islands and you would not notice it as temperatures are in the 50s and temperatures will climb to 70 along the coast, mid 70s through the interior. what you will notice is the
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overnight hours. that's when we're going to watch for the potential of rain moving on in. i'll show you what you can expect for the labor day: anchor: this morning two deaths are being blamed for hermine. the first a homeless man in florida and the second, a man was crossing the street and a tractor turned over. we have an empty toy bin and a garbage can 7-8 times in the night and we had three inches of water because we could not empty water fast enough. and storms head our way and
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coverage. reporter: good morning, guys. cancellations have been made on the island queen ferry. it's docked here and not making those holiday trips. the decision to stop the trips was made friday as the anticipation of hermine was coming. the island ferry made the same call yesterday and the sea ship authority same. it's really the rough surf that's put ferry companies knowing that their vessels will be at risk on the choppy waters. it means a big hit to their bottom line on what's typically their biggest money-making weekend of the season but it was made out of consideration for their riders.
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instead of reactive. >> they're a pretty good judge on what's coming so i'll be coming home on saturday. >> reporter: it was saturday night that the callahan came home on the island queen. he was expecting to stay on the island throughout the day but obviously had to change his holiday plans because of the hurricane. he is not the only one to change his plans. live in falmouth,erica richards, fox 25 news. anchor: it's hard to believe that things are changing that fast but make sure you download the fox 25 app to keep track of the hurricane.
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mortan street and the car drove off. anchor: police are working to find out what started a fire in roxberry. the fire on walter street started just before midnight. everyone inside made it out safely. anchor: search is underway on the venton home friday brent young heard the woman and the teenager. young may have a self-inflicted wound to his neck. the department much children and families is getting involved telling us they have received a report and they're investigating. meanwhile police are looking for this woman.
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friend's house but never showed up. contact police with any information. anchor: police say a child was thrown off a horse while taking part in a horse show. we were told she was taken to the hospital where she died yesterday. her name and age are not being announced. pope francis tweeted out this message saying let us carry out mother theresa's smile to everyone we meet. she's known for her compassion to many.
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ceremony along with others. >> we're thankful for her being closest to the poorest of the poor. >> it takes more than a dedicated life to be a saint. two women documented a case where two women were healed after being diagnosed with tumors. chinese officials demanded their white house counterparts abandon reporters from the access. despite the tensions, the u.s. and china have agreed to the paris climate agreement. >> the single best chance we have to deal with a problem that
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planet in a way that makes it difficult for us to deal with all the other challenges we face with on the way. >> the president plans to talk to china on civil rights and maritime talks. anchor: the company milan jacked up the price of from $200-$600. milan donated for reelection campaign. anchor: coming up, rhode island will have four options on the ballot. stein is yet to visit new
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campaign in the granite state. trump and clinton have no scheduled events today. trump is scheduled to come back on tuesday with an event in west virginia and clinton is expected to go to a labor day festival in ohio. anchor: oakland has scored 27 runs. last night they at 7-0. same inning david ortiz is going to drive another deep ball off the centerfield wall to make it 9-0. and he makes it perfect game on the east and sox route oakland again. the orioles are two days back.
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lobster statue last night. anchor: and sharks popping upall over the coast of massachusetts. we'll head out to sea to find out where the sharks are going and where they have been. meteorologist: temperatures climbing into the 70s
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anchor: shark experts are getting a better understanding of great white shark movement across the he was the only reporter there when they were put in the water and tagged along when the buoys were checked for the first time. fox 25 was there when the first data was collected across the north shore. >> that starts communication with the computer. >> it's to wirelessly download
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>> the data shows that a second shark was in the water days ago. back in july after a shark was spotted, the buoy was checked and the most recent shark was named agnis. this data tells them where the shark is goin >> and it's valuable to the town to see where they're headed and gathering information. >> they went from 5-8 down at the buoys. reporter: d. j. stetson's group donated funds to research the sharks.
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cohabitate. >> reporter: right now there's more than 200 sharks in the water and the data is being collected and analyzed. anchor: the massachusetts highways may be a refuge for monarch butterflies. scientists have seen the butter flies decline over the years. meteorologist: good morning, everyone. we could see tropical storms increase across the south coast
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we're expected to see gusts over 40-55 miles per hour and seas building to 20 feet and that means we're going to see some impact over the next few days because of hermine because it's getting closer. stronger the further south you go and gusts further south you tomorrow. you may see another round on tuesday as the storm gets by on tuesday. with the droughts nearby means they're stressed. near the boston coast, we could see gusts at 70 miles per hour. as for monday, we're going to
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as well as parts in the back of the state. most of us will see under an inch of rain. chances closer to the center of the storm. that high surf is going to be causing dangerous rip currents and the chances of flooding could beside with high tides where the winds bring waves closer on shore, beach erosion is possible as the storm is meandering to the south. it's currently 64 degrees with a dry start to your day and it's going to allow for things to be a tad bit cooler across the coast. temperatures are climbing in the mid 70s and we'll be closer to
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thicker clouds this evening and winds increasing with gusts up to 30 miles per hour across the region. 35 miles per hour across the southeast and gusts of 25 for parts of the outer cape as we start to notice hermine getting closer. the combination of the two systems will stir up the winds. there on the beach and we'll see a high risk around beaches like nantucket and the north shore. also for of the south shore, waves around 2-4 feet. if you're going to be hiking, it will be fantastic. this is the center of the storm and it's continuing to move towards the north and east
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while it's strengthening to the east. while the storm is about 200 miles per hour, it's moving northeast with winds at 65 miles per hour. i want to take a closer look where it's expected to stay but going to increase to hurricane strength as it jogs to the west. we'll watch it closely because any changes will change the win it's expected to strangen over of the next 24 hours bringing clouds cover and we'll see rains through sunday and monday morning. expect to see rain conditions. a sharp cutoff to where we see rain and where we do not. areas in the northeast expected to stay drier.
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thursday and temperatures will seem to warm up later in the week and some places could be close the 90 by friday. there's your forecast. anchor: u and h announced robert moore left his $4 million fortune to the school. additional fundses will be used for the students and a career center as well. anchor: and they may have discovered a game-changing drug that destroys plaque in the brain. the patients that took the drug
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a lot of these kittens end up dieing and getting sick. >> anchor: we'll talk to one plan in the agency that's been saving animals for years. four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't
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anchor: still a little fall-like out there. let's talk about pumpkins. an easton man is now the worlds's >> there is good video. he successfully road eight miles in a 1,240 pound pumpkin. last year he set an unrecorded record. this was not an easy feet.
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my body got soft. no one else can say they took a 1,200 pumpkin down the river. >> it's to inspire local farmers and encouraing pumpkins. >> anchor: do you know how much gut was taken out of that pumpkin. this was the best of two pitches ever. this beautiful queen went for it. she was like whatever. i'm a beauty queen.
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>> and madison coachen-guess what her sport was? then she through it right down the middle. >> anchor: she's multi- talented. >> who says rain is a bad thing on your wedding day. this couple posed for picture at hermine started to come over. the wind and rain was a beautiful backdrop for their photos. people say everyone plans for their wedding a year in the advance but they're making the best for it. meteorologist: well, the
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risk of beach temperatures. winds increasing too. i'll show you more on the impact
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this is a fox 25 storm tracker weather alert. anchor: 8:30 on your sunday morning and the east bracing for hermine. and you can see a few technical difficults but you get the idea. >> anchor: it's fresh. we've been watching videos from surf-line.com. and the waves are shining down on there. >> it's closer to what we see at
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be increasing. this is it where hermine is right now. winds are at 60 miles per hour moving east, northeast at 12 miles per hour. it can't go further north so we're going to watch where it goes if it's going to stall to the west or the east. it's going it's going to increase its speed and strength as well. it's going to meander around our area south and get kicked out towards the end of the week. there's a lot of wiggle room and we're expecting tropical wind conditions arrive in our coastal waters later this afternoon and evening and that's why we have
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cayman islands and for our coastal waters with waves building into 20 feet. more clouds to the south. high clouds begin to move to the south and it turns windy this afternoon. i am going to tell you when you can expect as when you can expect rain to arrive coming up. and heavy rains have done damage to the area and two people have died as a result of this storm. >> anchor: and close to our home, people have been preparing for strong winds and rains for days. erica richards is there in falmouth with preparations
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business as usual and right now, no boats have been ordered out of the water. we have seen boaters coming on down before the storm comes and their fun will end. the only disrupter we have seen is the disruption to ferry service. the island queen has been canceled and the highline has been the sea ship is going to make the same decision depending on the storm. let's head over to the heyennas where all members had to be out of the water yesterday. the sea commador had to make the decision yesterday.
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people will to get down to business. >> just canceled all the events and we had to move all the boats for safe-keeping. >> we've established a protocol and protect our assets. >> it's disruptive because everyone was supposed to be having a good time. >> reporter: yeah, everyone is supposed to be having a great time and so f they're having a great time. we have seen joggers and runners and walkers having a cup of coffee because there's such a nice light breeze where the sun has been shining. and don't forget this is the last week unofficial week of summer. they're going to take advantage of the shore and stay safe when the winds pick up and the rain
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erica richards. anchor: and make sure you download the fox 25 app when the rains come. anchor: police in webster are investigating a deadly crash where an suv left the road, hit a median and police released the name yet. anchor: a 2-year-old girl tripped and ended up burning her hands, feet, and legs in a barbecue pit. this morning she's in stable condition. the incident has been ruled an accident. no charges have been filed. anchor: a death investigation continues after a
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her dunbar home. support systems are in place for teachers and students as they prepare to start the school season. her death will not be discussed with her younger students. we'll leave it up to you as parents and guardians to address it as you see fit. hospitalized after alcohol poisoning. >> meteorologist: we're going to see those clouds increasing
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anchor: this weekend in
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capture a lobster caper. someone stole the lobster statue known as sirloin. and that's not the only thing they tried to take. >> i've been told they were two men in their 50s trying to steal another lobster on the water front. anchor: being the only one. each 28 statues were custom-painted by local artists. locals have already tried to remake sirloin with donations. anchor: well, the remains
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investigators are not commenting but jacob's mother confirmed that news to local police stations. anchor: family and friends released blue balloons. daniel graves was killed last anchor: we continue to track hurricane hermine. you can see it coming ever so closely to us. we've been tracking it. anchor: and firefighters help one of their own. the quick thinking on their part to save their chief's life.
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year, police responded to the worst animal rescue cases in the history. we'll speak to the man that's been enforcing animal protection for 40 years. >> a lot of these kittens end up getting sick and dieing. allen mortan were rescued from a cat call. case that's required most of their attention. >> this is a worst i've ever seen. they have found hundreds of animals that were dead, dieing or very sick. >> animals that have horrible injuries that have not been treated. >> it's been the work to rescue,
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animals. >> this tropical bird was rescued from an abandoned situation. >> he's worked for 40 years for the rescue league. >> reporter: in fact, that picture is of elephant that he rescued back in the 80s and now lives in the zoo in new the road and says he barely gets home on town. >> i'm prepared to stop and do a horse rescue because i love the rescue aspect. >> reporter: this video shows animal rescuers save a dog that was trapped between a wall and a
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60,000 cats. this cat with a busted leg was rescued the same place the kittens were rescued. >> someone just hits these animals and abandons there. >> if people can take the time to drive somewhere to dispose of anchor: animal, you can go to the spca . i am crystal haynes, fox 25 news. meteorologist: we have some changes headed our way. we see the clouds increase as
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will be picking up perhaps stronger across the cayman islandses and the winds are going to allow the winds to grow. and there is a moderate to high-risk of concerns if you're trying to make it a beach day. most of us will stay dry today and the winds will increase tonight. and we'll see showers pinwheeling as well as tuesday. here's the latest on hurricane hermine, about 300 miles away. tropical storms forced winds effects are felt. it's creating strong waves and a storm surge along the eastern coast for the tri-state area south of our coastal warnings. we have a south coastal warning
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means tropical storm conditions are possible in the next 48 hours. we're watching the track closely and any changes will significantly effect us and what specific effects we'll see from hermine. it's expected to change to the north as we go through the north not losing his strengths and not gaining any strengths into sunday and monday as it takes a slight change to the west. and then we'll see wind speeds of 75 miles per hour. it's bearing down south of our area with the northern fringe pushing into our area with winds and rains. it scoots to the west but does not change until a few days. it's going to park in our area
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feet. as the system pinwheels around and allows for dangerous rip currents starting today. and that dangerous rip current may gust up to 50 miles per hour around the cayman islands and powerlines. taking you throughout the day, it's not going to be bad out there with temperatures in the 60s to 70s. and we will have those thickening clouds throughout the southeast. and by the monday morning, some of you will see sunshine throughout the south and west and showers will move into the
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the midday hours and the risk of showers will continue through monday evening along with strong winds as well as into your tuesday. further north and west you go, the better chances of rain you will see and not see a significant impact. as your rainfall impact, closer to the cape of the storm, you're going to see stronger wind gusts over 45 the 15-35-mile-per-hour range, you're thinking it's not too bad-we're in a drought folks and it's not going to take much to down those powerlines and trees. the 7-day forecast is going to be better as we watch those periods of showers as well as those rains and another round on
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for persistent protection you can trust... good boy! go for the gold. new frontline gold. available at your vet. anchor: right now on fox 25 morning news, the latest track on hurricane hermine. i'll show you what you can expect this holiday weekend. reporter: the effects of hermine are already being felt
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>> anchor: a woman known as the saints of the gutter. the words of thanks from the people that worked with mother theresa. anchor: most tropical hermine spinning off into the atlantic. you're looking at live radar and waves and far out at sea and you can see how she's effecting the seas with miles around her eye. thank you for watching fox 25 news this morning. i'm jason long. meteorologist: you know it's going to be a problem because hermine will start to stall and that's going to allow the impacts to increase over the next few days as well it may not
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see issues out of it. winds out of the east, northeast. it has winds of 65 miles per hour so tropical storm force is expected to move towards the north and with that force we're going to be dealing with strong winds and waves across the eastern seaboard. it's expected to gain monday as it jogs to the west. we'll have to watch this storm closely and any shift will directly impact us with effects. what we expect are tropical storm conditions as we head over to the next few days. there is a potential with these tropical storm conditions for are the south coast and cayman islands and that is why we have a watch in place.
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sunshine and temperatures but we'll keep an eye on it.. anchor: the director of the nac, dr. rick mav is joining us, good morning. now what is post tropical mean for us in massachusetts? well, as you can tell satellite imagery, we try to focus on the hazards. that's why we're giving you the same products and forecast alerting people to where they live. and as you have been describing, we're concerned with the winds and the rains regardless of the fact that hermine will stay off
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is going to stay bus busy and we could see tropical winds monday morning and that's why the tropical storm watch is in effect. >> is there anything about her mine that's made it tough to forecast? >> well, every system challenges but with every hurricane, it's been the difficult part to forecast it. we're not exactly going to know where the center will meander and how strong the storm will come, we're going to be more confident and as the storm moves
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the holiday weekend will be dangerous in the ocean and as the winds pick up, we're going to see scattered power outages and that's why people need to be careful and not shy away from this just because the center of the storm is miles away. anchor: is this storm going to be the beginning of a busy hurricane season. i know up until november. yes, we'll have a high chance of rains right now but we have september, october, and november to get through and i would not be surprised if we have more storms to get through in the atlantic. hopefully this is the last one you'll have to deal with but we'll call it over
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much for the information, doctor. anchor: two deaths are to blame for the hurricane. a homeless man was killed as well a as a m anchor: we continue our coverage from falmouth this morning. reporter: you won't be able to get on the island queen this morning in anticipation with the
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bringing. the sea ship authorities will have to do the same according to its latest travel advisory. it's put the sea ship short authorities. it's resulted in a hit to their bottom line on the last weekend of the summer. >> we instead of reactsive to prepare for what's coming. >> it was a day earlier that he was planning. he was expected to stay on martha's vinyard saying he did not want to get stranded there
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in falmouth, erica richard, fox 25 news. anchor: if you don't have it, please download the fox 25 news app to track the hurricane, wherever you are. anchor: a man was drunk after striking a woman. 39-year-old struck the woman. the victim's name has not been released. anchor: police are looking for a man that struck a woman and a teenage boy. brent young hurt that woman and
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called. active patrols are out there now combing that spot. the department of children and families are getting involved telling them they are investig investigating. anchor: a 3-year-old girl was thrown off her horse like the one you see here. she was rushed to the hospital where she died yesterday. police are not name and age. anchor: mother theresa was named a saint in the vatican. she tweeted out this picture saying let us carry out mother theresa's smile. >> she was known as the saint of the gutters for her compassion
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candidates need to have performed two miracles that can be documented by the vatican. in this case two women claimed they have been healed of tumors after praying from her. anchor: the company milan jacked up the emergency drug to $200-$600 for a two-pack. they have not made it they did hike up the prices. anchor: coming up, voters will have four candidates on the ballot. stein has yet to campaign in boston but johnson has.
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scheduled event today. trump comes to virginia and hillary clinton heads back out tomorrow to speak at a labor day festival tomorrow. anchor: the sox have scored 27 runs in two games. out in oakland, single up the middle down to the crush it to a center field wall. it's going to make it 9-0. he took a perfect game into of the 6th and earned his league-leading game to the sox. they scored 16 runs the night before and they're now tied with the blue jays. the baltimore orioles two games back.
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statue stolen and why the thieves had no problem making it out with their prize. anchor: a local teen hospitalized with alcohol poisoning. we have dangerous rip currents coming to the beaches. if you're headed further north
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anchor: a gardenor mother has a message for teen who is think about terrible day has gone viral. >> everyone thinks this will not happen to their child. she's a good girl. riley asked her mother to go to a sleepover. she ended up drinking and fell. rilely lost consciousness and
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>> had it not been for that one girl, rilely would not have been here today. >> rilely was throwing into her mouth and it got to her lungs. >> she is at a 2.8 at 92 i was begging for my daughter's life. >> anchor: according to the cdc, six people die from alcohol poisoning. warning signs are hard breathing and vomiting.
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that even when you have a relationship with your child, you still never know. anchor: viogen says they may have made a game-changing drug that destroyed plaque in the brain. patients who took the drug had slow mental amounts of plaque. meteorologist: happy sunday. we're tracking hermine to our south and we have watches and warnings to our south for coastal areas shaded in orange. that means tropical conditions are expected in the next 48
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you need to be prepared with the fact that we could be dealing with wind gusts as well as rip currents from this system. that is for the south coast of massachusetts, the cape, and the islands. this is because hermine is to our south expected to stall for a number of days. it's going to allow the winds to gust at 40 miles per hour coast on monday and tuesday. that will lead to power outages and downed trees. we're expected to see rains to the north and west. lessor amounts expected in under an inch. we'll expect periods of showers on tuesday. high surf and rip currents starts today.
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could see coastal flooding with storm surge 2-4 feet and with this pattern over the next few days, we're going to see beach erosion over at our coast. one thing after another. we have temperatures in the 60s and 70s right now. in boston going to stay at least 70 with clouds thickening as the day goes on. we'll stay temperatures in 70s for most of us. winds are picking up and areas shaded in yellow 32 miles per hour. it's increasing the wind speeds and over at the cayman islands we'll see winds at 30 miles per hour.
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waters bringing up water at 8 feet. there's a moderate to high risk of rip currents it's going to be a dry day out there. i just plotted these wave feet which are not impressive but we have 10-20 feet where the center of hermines as the storm continue toss rotate, it's bringing powerful waves from virginia to new jersey. they have a tropical storm warning in place too. the latest track intensifies and that's because it's going to be running over these warmer temperatures over 80 degrees. it has tropical storms at 60 miles per hour moving at about 12 miles per hour. as high pressure is to our
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to sea. that's why it's going to gain momentum with the ability to strengthen a bit moving to the east by the middle of the week. any adjustments will alter our forecast but we're expected to see showers pivot back i we'll see showers linger into wednesday. later to you. anchor: a tribute with a life lost too soon with balloons to the sky.
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four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few.
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fox 25 morning news weekdays from 4:00 to 10:00. experience the difference. anchor: all right an easton man has the honor of the world's pumpkin paddling champion after going down the river. jason you like this story.
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>> anchor: he rode eight miles down the river which is the longest journey down the river. he set an unofficial record while travelling with an 810-pound pumpkin. >> i got to five miles and my body was soft no one else will be able to pound pumpkin. >> anchor: he says it's more about the talent. it's to inspire local farmers and agriculture encouraging those to grow pumpkins. that's tough. he says his body got tired but
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/* strong. we have two beauty queens that pitched at games. she had clogs and this one is a little bit better, madison coshen and right down the middle and you said you could do this too. high-heeled clogs. anchor: all right, a driver lost control of his car. a crash in maine. police say he suffered a medical emergency and was okay.
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minor injuries. amazingly no one was hurt but walked away. >> anchor: he could have been dead and that's incredible stuff. who says rain on your wedding day has to be a bad thing. they posed for pictures just as hurricane hermine came to the area. the couple had said their ideas they said they did not mind the rain in the backdrop but made the best of it. >> anchor: it's hard to keep the hair flat and straight and first kid will be named hermine. meteorologist: you know what though, we're not going to be talking about rain today.
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be aware of the beach hazard with temperatures in the 70s. but the rain arrives tomorrow for your labor day plans and let's feed him to the sharks! squuuuack, let's feed him to the sharks! yay! and take all of his gold! and take all of his gold! ya! and hide it from the crew! ya...? squuuuack, they're all morons anyway! i never said that. they all smell bad too.
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if you're a parrot, you repeat things. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. squuuuack, it's what you do. four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. t attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few.
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this is a fox 25 storm tracker weather alert. anchor: hurricane hermine making its way down to us. strong winds have done damage to the buildings there and thousands of power outages as well. you can see hermine's path in washington and new york. >> anchor: that's right, it's 9:20 on sunday morning. let's go to sarah with a look at the timeline we're facing with hermine.
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hurricane weather service with an update of 65 miles per hour and that east to northeast wind backing off to the coast on monday as a gusts up to 45 miles per hour. it's expected to move to the east. it's going to be in our region for quite some time and we're expecting tropical conditions to connecticut, rhode island, and our coastal area. there's a tropical storm watch for the south cayman islands and
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and evening picking up tomorrow evening. right now, it's beautiful out there. we have 50s, 60s and 70s. we're headed towards 70s and i am going to show you the impact of hermine coming up. anchor: people here have been preparing for hermine for days. anchor: falmouth where it's business as usual. you can see the boats right behind me. the ferry in the back is canceled for today and tomorrow. the same is true for highline
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the water by 5:00 yesterday. the announcement was made based on the effects that could be felt on the high seas. instead of one last har are shgz shgz clr harral, they had to get down to business. reporter: people are making the most of it and we're going to be here tracking their progress and how the storm is effecting it.
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news. anchor: now is the time if you have not done it, download fox 25 app. it's the place to turn if you lose power. it's a free app. anchor: this happened at a home in briwick. the 2-year-old tripped her hands, feet, and legs. the accident has been ruled an accident and no charges have been filed. anchor: an investigation continues at a home in new hampshire.
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tes. the principal of glenn lake school will not address her death with younger students. police have not released any information about a possible suspect or motive in tes's death. anchor: police are trying to locate a lobster caper. someone broke off a 75-pound lobster statue and made off with it. the chamber of commerce tells fox 25, it's not the only statue thieves tried to take. there were two men in their 50s in a green pickup truck trying to steal another statue along the cape. anchor: sirloin ended up
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hand-painted. anchor: police are cracking down after a noun gang member that left two officers fighting for their lives. and closure for a heart-breaking case that made headlines. meteorologist: if you're trying to get away from the
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anchor: news this morning, two deputies are in the hospital after being shot in california. it happened at the fresno jail. a nope gang member became agitated. when deputies tried to step in, he pulled out a gun and shot
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condition but there's no update on their condition. anchor: a visitor is being hospitalized out of caesar's casino. the suspects were finally arrested last night. anchor: the remains of a boy have been found. way home from a storm when a masked gunman told the two guys to leave. the suspect told the officers where they could find the body. heinrick has not been charged in
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anchor: since the 2-year-old's death, the park has put further barriers to prevent tragedy at disney park. anchor: a 925.6 quake happened in pawnee, oklahoma. despite its force, only building was damaged and one person was hospitalized with minor injuries. anchor: take a look right now. sarah is tracking the hurricane after the break. anchor: and firefighters helped one of their own. >> they said, chief are you
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anchor: a local fire chief was training his firefighters when he went into cardiac arrest. how the training went into effect and saved this chief's life.
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not the physical abilities that took effect, it was the chief's situation. they said chief, are you okay. the guys put him on the floor and the guys confirmed he was in cardiac arrest. >> it was produced a heartbeat and transported to the hospital to get better care. it's different when the life that you're saving is personal.
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because i grew up with these guys. >> when you knew the person and you were just talking to them after they collapsed. it changes the dynamic of what you're doing. >> there's no words to explain what happened. i owe my second chance to them. >> reporter: he was supposed to retire and you know cpr, you can save someone's life. fox 25 news. anchor: the calm before the storm. we have a few puffy clouds across the skies and temperatures in the 60s. what we'll notice is the winds are going to increase as we get
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as we're going to see hermine inching closer. that's been a stir up this morning with rough seas and be careful if you go into the beach. as for the risk of the rain, it's going to be low today especially for your labor day into wednesday. this system is going we have some tropical forced winds reaching 10 hundreds of miles to the north. as high pressure to the north bring this system to the north, it's increasing its wind. we have a tropical storm warning from the coast of virginia all
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conditions for now up until the next few days there's expected to be a tropical storm warning. as the tropical storm conditions are possible in the next 48 hours. the winds tropical storm, 45 miles per hour. it has lost some of its tropical characters ocean storm moving east, northeast at about 20 miles per hour. as it moves north today, it's expected to make a jog to the west for your labor day getting a little bit closer increasing the winds across our region. winds at about 75 miles per hour expected monday. noticing for several days we're going to have these winds to the
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not going to be a good thing. expect to see some much those seas building across the region. as the system pinwheels, expect to sea erosion for the next few days. dangerous rip currents, gusty on-shore winds from 25-35 miles per hour. so timing it out for you is going to be 70 miles per hour. temperatures are getting into the lower 70s and we'll notice winds picking up. we have a lot of stressed trees out there, be aware.
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we'll see rain chances increase. south to east, the clouds will pivot back towards areas of the state. we're going to see a sharp cut off of where we see rain and where with we do not. i think we're going to pick up less future forecast shows the rain moving tuesday and we warm back up on friday in some locations. anchor: we're one week out at the start of a football
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anchor: hi, everyone. i'm butch sterns and we're one week away from the start of the season. we know one thing, tom brady is
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neither are these guys. 23 players cut. and i'm surprised that martin make pick him up if no one does. and then the start of the 4th quarter, he will take the lead. eagles have not won at acc game, 8 in a row make a 9 in a row. the eagles lose a
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>> and kevin chapell, your leader. don't forget sports wrap coming up at 11:30. anchor: sarah, what do we expect this morning. meteorologist: well, hermine is going to gain some strength and today probably the driest of the two days and we'll be watching the risk showers and see the winds pick up as gusts as high of 40-50 miles per hour. the stronger winds are happening monday and tuesday as hermine exits our areas. we have a strong risk for rip currents and i'm going to be hear all day watching this.
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hour. that's what stuck out to me. anchor: thanks for watching us. have a great weekend. emma dreamed of honeymooning in aruba. but with the jetblue card, she got there faster than she could get married.
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