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mber one. and we leave out corn, wheat and soy. for your pet, we go beyond. look at latest track for the storm and timeline how it will impact massachusetts. >> stephanie: wind already picking and up churning up waves and closer. >> gene: police searching for a masked man that robbed a local bank. how the thief has been able to outrun police three different times in the past week. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, 7:00 on monday morning, september 5th, hope your labor day is off to a terrific start so far, i'm gene
the big story of the morning is strong wind and waves kicked up by hermine out in the atlantic and fox25 kevin lemanowicz and jason brewer are in for the path of the storm. >> important to you to know what's going on for labor day and how people have plans today, get off of cape cod, understand that, but not going to be because the storm will make landfall, just because the summer is over, time to get out of there, so watc finally making shore and pose on laboring, but there it is and zoom in a little more closely and nantucket and along coast of nantucket and one of those ray bans circling around and storm way out here, 70 miles per hour winds moving north at 3 miles
purposes and northwest movement expected today and jog to the north again during tomorrow afternoon and ation to the northeast through wednesday and into thursday. yep, churning that long. weakening as she goes but even with winds at 40 miles per hour still want to kick up the waves so rough surf going to be an issue as storm continues to push on out of here. closest pass between 2:00 a.m. wednesday and 2:00 a.m. thursday moving southeast of nantucket, notice northern fringe of storm area clipping southeastern massachusetts, so going to have to watch this one very closely, jason, pushing toward us and winds closer to massachusetts as well. >> you bet. going to be watching for potential heavy rain inside some of the outer bands make way later today. nantucket, vineyard, cape cod, five, 6:00, better chance for the south shore to get on at least some wet weather, if not a washout by any stretch across
around the greater boston area into the evening and worcester today i expect temperatures near 70 and not much rain, better chance to get wet on labor day in brockton afternoon. >> gene: students along the coast are bracing for the storm. >> sara: the cape and islands are expected to feel the greatest impact. fox25 stephanie coueignoux has been live in chatham where the winds have been growing autopsy morning. >> stephanie: they started to pick up in the last 30 minutes. and on dock and different perspective and see the dock really situation underneath the feet as those waves are continuing to churn and now we have actually started to see some folks taking their boats out of the water because again, that's one of the things that coast guard has really started to recommend is either you definitely need to secure your boat or you need to take it out of the water altogether because you could see the waves are really just making the boats
dangerous situation so the gentlemen was telling me that he is already lost one of the motors last seen and definitely does not want to do that again. working to take the boat out of the water right now. but again, the coast guard is working to get ready for any sort of emergency situation that they could see here on the water. been working with local agencies. they have been working with the legal harbormaster to come up with the storm plan. asking anyone if you don't have to be on the water, stay out e if you do go out on the water make sure you have emergency supplies like life jackets and lights with you. wewe have been speaking with the coast guard and coming up 30 minutes warning coming up with anybody on labor day, in chatham, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> gene: hermite cause think issues in folks in the south and places devastated by super storm
closed and preparing for a storm surge. made landfall on friday and widespread flooding in large parts of the carolinas and virginia lofts power over the weekend. the storm blamed for at least two deaths. make sure you're prepared as hermine moves our way. now is the time to download the fox25 weather app to get real-time updates on hearing loss's path. expected winds and where the heaviest rain will fall. it is also the place to turn if you happen t is free to download. >> sara: right now police are trying to track down a bank robbery with a knack for outrunning officers. the man is now considered armed and dangerous. fox25 jessica reyes is live in berlin with how the man has escaped arrest. >> jessica: police tried to chase him down but he got away for a third time.
the homes while they seven for him last night. police in berlin they say has been terrorizing the area for nearly a week now. state and local police converged on gas station after he was spotted here. he initially led police on high-speed chase but lost it in interest of public safety. >> called off because of speeds and seconds later marlboro assisted with state police observed the motorcycle pack at the gas pump. >> they have this all started last tuesday when accused of robbing west commerce bank in boylston and handed teller a note and see her handing cash on surveillance photo. it is a bit tough to see the face as eswearing a bandanna, helmet and sunglasses. since last tuesday's robbery he has been spotted in clinton, west boylston, marlboro and most recently in berlin before getting away. people in the area shaken up knowing someone police consider
loose. >> around somewhere. that would scare me. it is a small town. so surprised that this small town that that would happen but we will keep our yay open. >> police do say this suspect did not show a weapon during last week's bank robbery and police are calling him armed and dangerous are asking anyone in this area with any further information to call police but they a approach anyone you think could possibly be the suspect. live in berlin this morning, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: new this morning flames ripped to the three story building on corner in moon socket overnight. firefighters were called to the corner of park avenue in burnan street around 10:30. they used cherry pickers and ladder trucks to reach the third floor flames. several surrounding towns also responded to the fire. >> new this morning one person
this was the scene after midnight in waltham. it is near the exit to route 20. the suv rolled over after colliding with at least one other car and told the victim has serious injuries but expected to survive. all lanes of 128 are now back hope. gene: on the cape two people including a police officer are in the hospital after overnight crash involving a cruiser. around 2:30 morning on norris road in bourne. firefighters tells us the injuries are not life-threatening. >> sara: this morning a police officer at local college off the job and facing several charges. fox25 daniel miller in the newsroom with more on this story. >> daniel: accused of committing a lewd act while on campus and has been charged with witness intimidation as well. the university not saying much this morning about the incident but just after 12:30 saturday afternoon framingham state university police command staff was notified of an incident
police officers and inappropriate conduct. according to the globe the officer was immediately relieved of the duties at the university and framingham police were notified and they have started an independent investigation. university's officer whose name haven't been released was arrested and charged with several offenses including open and gross lewdness. now, in a statement the university said framingham state university regards the safety of our students, faculty staff is university community and will continue to hold the officer's conduct to the high standards. university also says the situation wasis late and there's no ongoing threat to the university. officer is on administrative leave and has been banned from the campus. in the control room, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: police investigate what led up to deadly accident at new hampshire fair. a girl was riding a horse like
happened friday at lancaster fair. witnesses told theune leader the victim looked like she was five years old. police have not released any more details about the incident. this was the first weekend the fair has been open since the deadly circus accident last year. sara: children fell into a fire pit during a birthday party. this happened at home on bridal she ended up tripped burning hands, feet and legs. family members worked quickly to get into a bathtub to cool the burn. right now she is in stable condition. the incident has been ruled an accident and police do not expect to file any charges. >> gene: everyone should stop using samsung's new smartphone. on saturday morning is picture of phone that belonged to
no one was hurt. the department of fire services says owners of the galaxy note seven should get them replaced right away. they issued a worldwide recall for the phone. gene: camp no longer just for kids. coming up one of a kind experience teach in you generation of men the skills that some have been lacking and long footingen. >> sara: two months to go until the election and both campaigns on the unanswered by the trump campaign and what democrats are doing to finally put the e-mail scandal to bed. >> jason: we have rain. only on nantucket right now but tracking every moment of hermine as tries to track toward new
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>> sara: sanders w heads to lebanon to campaign for formal rival hillary clinton. this is the first time he will campaign for clinton since he endorsed her if july. hillary clinton will be back on the campaign trail today in ohio while donald trump takes the day off before heading to an event in virginia tomorrow. over the weekend their vice presidential candidates did all the talking. 22 months to go until the presidential election the trump
mike pence says undocumented immigrants would be dealt humanely and working peacefully of the country. >> we will catch and release and politicians in both political parties have been talking about. >> candidate backing away from >> throw out a family that have been here 15 years, three children, two of them are citizens and not the kind of america he wants. >> meanwhile democratic vice presidential nominee tim kaine trying to move past hillary clinton's use of private e-mail server during her time as secretary of state. most show clinton with huge unfavorability numbers.
multiple devices. she has apologized for that and learned from him. >> when pressed why clinton has not had press conference this year. >> sara: last time she held a formal news conference was december 4th. >> gene: labor day breakfast at park plaza hotel. this year speakers include m maura healey among others and breakfast will include discussions about charter school expanse, mbta job cuts and service workers looking for new contract and every year to promote labor issues in the area. gene: boston city councilors will reintroduce a proposal for a 2% tax on all alcohol sold in hopes of raising more than $20 million in revenue
to discuss the proposal but got very little support and never voted on. the councilors say the $20 million can be used toward city shelters and 24-hour addiction counselors. >> kevin: making way toward southern coast of new england and long the north and storm system here 265 miles offshore last check and national hurricane center and tiny bit closer to us. wave of rain back side and on to nantucket and even more coming at us too so bands of rain starting to circle on to the islands and going to clip cape cod eventually this morning but take its time getting here and picture of nantucket and western
lighter rain as eastern rain has been getting and heavier rain has been weakened and more lurky your way and not going to be the best of beach days for labor day. sorry about that. winds 70 miles per hour last trek, this is here mean post tropical, more of nor'easter and still very powerful. 70 miles per hour after all, only 4 miles per hour at hurricane status. wouldn't be called hurricane if it gained that because no longer tropical in nature. something we look at as meteorologist how the center of the storm is, whether it is warm or cold. if warm it is a tropical system and not that structure any more. so call it post tropical. powerful storm tracking to the northwest today that's the turn that's expected, still waiting for that to happen. want to see it happen before i could be more confident of that but bottom line it is a slow jog to the north right now. takes the turn continue to see the big waves and potential for
after all this takes us to thursday and then to friday before it starts to pull away and path between late tomorrow night and wednesday morning 2:00 a.m. into late wednesday night. talking couple days from now and storm churning out there. still kicking up waves, causing waves to crash to the shoreline, could be splashover in spots because waves will continue to build. this is storm system we are talking about. notice it comes back toward us and sits there and sits there an morning and spinning to the south and not making much of move where it is in the circle, starting to jog off to the northeast on wednesday morning. so still computer model discrepancy into exactly what it is going to do and storm sits there it is hard for the models to push it forward into time. meanwhile the wind already gusting now 35 miles on vineyard
force. concerned wind damage from the trees from the power lines. now one thing we have been talking about all along are dangerous beach currents and high risk for rip currents at beaches today so definitely keep it out of the water. show you hour-by-hour rain. 9:00 a.m. best chance to get wet cape cod and islands and noon time and focused on the area and south shore by noon and 5: a shore can get clipped with a little bit into rain and on into dinner time and make it westward. for the balance of the day, middlesex county we are going to stay dry, upper 60s and lower 70s no reason to be changing plans for bcs and high of 70? very threat of the rain and shot
back to you and gusting 40 miles per hour, 50 miles per hour out there on the islands. expected on storm tracking and tropical storm force winds extend 230 miles out from the center of the storm and storm pulls away later this week they will start to weaken once again. the headlines continue to be all the effects at the coast as well as rain moving in but farther inland you go the less rain you will get not a drought buster but tracking it moment by moment, guys. how paint and dog put end to string of crimes. gene: coming up movie set
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cards and pin number and drove him around to multiple atm's withdrawing a total of $1,600. >> forced to lay down in the floor of the car while one of the fenders actually kneeled on his back. >> sara: so far police have one suspect in custody. school official say they believe this was a random attack. sara: 26 people on board a fishing boat it was cut short when it cut short in the coast of mexico over the weekend. passengers say the crew loaded everyone into life rafts and called for help. luckily another boat was fear by and helped the passengers get back to land. coast guard says it will investigate the cause of the crash. >> one north shore town taking shot at silver screen. manchester by the sea was filmed in the city the same name and film was shown at telluride
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several hours. we will start to see what's going on. kevin lemanowicz following all of this and hermine start to make the move yet, kevin? >> heavy stuff and any rain at all right now, this is the rain that's rotated back toward us, heavy rain back here that's coming at but tends to weaken and dry air over the wild and here to the harbor and north of the rain that's worked way on in here and heavy rain coming in off the ocean toward the southeastern part of the island right now and watching through the rest of the morning and rain rotating back in and storm 70 miles per hour wind and just may have updated, get this together and look a little nicer for you as new
tomorrow night so, jason, we have a long way to go. >> jason: hanging out off the coast and talking about the thing running into high pressure that's going to help it settle there and going to be one of those long-lived event and minor beach erosion certainly possible and periods of rain. not everybody getting rain farther west you live, dryer it is, here is 5:00, scattered showers, best chance south shore, cape and islands obviously but chance for rain to come in dinner time into t labor day. so lowell, you will stay lanely dry, temperatures lower 70s by noon time and staying there for the early part of the afternoon and into plymouth we go. there will be a chance for showers to come in here after lunchtime and greater boston area chance of rain. it is late in the day, temperatures in the upper 60s to the lower 70s and farther west you go warmer and dryer it is 76 in fitchburg today, look at nashua at 75 and not a bad
breezy side. >> gene: winds starting to pick up on cape and south shore. we learned duxbury beach will be closed to swimmers today and boaters are not allowed to launch from anywhere in town. >> sara: the water is choppy on the cape as well. stephanie coueignoux is live in chatham where she has talked to people early this morning. good morning. >> yeah, all of these rough conditions certainly a big concern for not only boaters but for swimmers and for surfers and particularring look behind me see the fla whipping and last hour the wind certainly has picked up here along the chatham fish heir. i will have night photographer pan to the water right here. we have been showing you water all morning long but waves have started to have a little bit of those white caps and didn't see that two hours ago and does seem like waves are getting a little bit choppier and already this morning we have seen one man
remove motor from the boat and secure it and actually already lost one motor last year in a storm and doesn't want to lose another one. we were there yesterday as crew with the coast guard boarded one of their boats at wood hole to check the condition and because of the windy conditions they are asking voters either secure your boat in the water or get the boat out a was out on the boat this morning, the conditions already felt rough. >> not too good. move the boat to the inside and won't take as much beating out there. >> stephanie: the coast guard is speaking with harbor mast and her other agencies to coordinate the storm plans because again they are ready to respond to any
and wind really picking up, whipping everything, including my hair, the american flags that you have seen, waves we will be out here all morning long. in chatham. >> state officials are preparing for damage, got flooding, lots of power all potentially and joined from christopher bessie from mema. thank you for joining us and hurry up and wait right now as hermine still kind of meande state done to prepare. >> waiting a little bit to see what the impacts are and even last couple days mema has been monitoring the weather, daily conference calls with the national weather service and weather and safety information to the public stake holders and all the cities and towns in the impacted area so they know what's going on and stay aware what the possible impacts are.
and what can owners make sure they can do to make sure they are ready. >> southeastern part of the state, take a quick walk outside and secure any loose items they miaa outside, trash barrels, kids toys, anything like that, light patio furniture, stuff if it gets windy may blow around and cause damage, doing that easy step to make it a little easier >> gene: power outages always a big concern, preparing to go out and be on stand by, that type of thing? >> utility crews are ready and we have a representative from the department of public utilities here with us as well, so hopefully don't get power
>> social media has been huge for you in term of getting the word out in what to do, especially on twitter, correct? >> we use social media a lot, preparedness tips to tell them about different stapes, making sure keeping electronics charged in advance of the power outage, tips like that, post weather updates and what the state is doing and definitely encourage people to stay connected to us on facebook page and updates state. >> gene: christopher, thank you for joining us. we will keep an eye on everything that you need to know and keep here on fox25 and also good idea is to download weather app and hermine's path, expected winds and heaviest rains going to hit and happen to lose and yes, it is free to download.
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>> 125 people were killed on the pentagon and 9/11 inside the pentagon airs. >> sara: firefighters gave man cpr and brought him to the hospital. no word yes on condition. this is the same boat out where seven-year-old kaiser willis died after he wandered away from >> gene: pope bluff police made arrest for bizarre crime spree. purple paint helped felix reagan to series of crimes. he is accused of stealing a car, breaking into a home and painting dog purple. when police finally caught up with reagan they found evidence on him linking him to break-in including the telltale paint on pants and trying to kick way out of police cruiser and kicking an officer. police are still investigating.
picture taken with it and came down today and horrified. i'm like where is >> lobsters have been moved to new locations following vandalism. they are taking donations. >> sara: massachusetts taxpayers will not be getting a tax cut. everyone got mandatory .5% income tax cut. state revenue official say the state hasn't brought in enough tax dollars so income tax rate
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>> sara: expensive concerned tracking may be to blame. the underground disposal of natural gas. experts have been looking at link between tracking and when it hit one of the first things they did was shut down 37 of the active wells. no major damage was reported in saturday's quake but rumble could be felt in at least seven states. >> gene: yesterday pope francis declared mother teresa a saint.
her work. correction officer met her in 1988 when she visited inmate at mci cedar junction in walpole. >> she had to walk down a corridor where i was working. i introduced myself and she had a bunch of rosary beads. >> gene: local church has been renamed in her honor. st. margaret called st. teresa of calcutta primate has been added to a list. it is blaming illegal hunting for making endangering the animal. says there are only 5,000 eastern gorillas left in the wild. meanwhile another conspiracy seeing 17% rise in population. giant panda now off the endangered list and bumped up vulnerable list instead.
weekend helping to tribute to the rise in population. >> here mean big storm and transitioned to post tropical and looks more like nor'easter as clouds spinout here in the rain on back side, think about rain out here, radar reaching that far out to see but once the cape cod and center way out here and 200 miles for nantucket. forecast to jog back toward the northwest, something watching closely today and right now still very powerful and there's the rain that's moving on to nantucket, a little bit clipping monomoy, southern tip of monomoy, this is the rain we are talking about and nantucket
heavier rain on northeast corner of nantucket so continue to rotate across. none of it is real heavy but yellows offshore are heavier rain going to come across and drizzly at times showery day and eventually for you on cape cod as well. we were talking about, 70 miles per hour, moving north three and 5:00 a.m. at the national hurricane center and do more checks, aircraft out there, closer looks with instruments they have and tell us exactly where the fix of the storm is showed you how 200 miles away, at this .265 miles away. thought to turn to the northwest through the day tomorrow, still turning out there, still winds 50 miles per hour, tropical storm strength and then turn to the northeast and stay tropical storm strength through thursday morning. really late wednesday night and early thursday morning. that would be the closest pass of the storm, drifting off out of here by friday but closest passes wednesday 2:00 a.m. and thursday 2:00 a.m. so basically
that point that's when we have the best chance of seeing any heavy rains moving to the island and weakening at that point so question whether it will impact us beyond today. >> jason: overall improving weather but the mid to latter part of the week. today at beaches and drizzly showery weather, high rift for rip currents and nantucket and 60s and lower 70s and maine dry weather. mountains looking dry as well but closer you get to cape cod and islands wetter forecast. look here through the morning, anywhere canal south and eastward better chance to get wet some of heavier pockets of showers pivoting along the pike and farther west you go lighter
plans, couple showers out there. let's get to the 7-day forecast. temperatures 70? and warmer wednesday the day as we begin to dry out. kevin? >> hot by the end of the week and wind gusts hour-by-hour coming from the airport, reporting station, 31 miles per hour last check and received a report via twitter and 41 miles per hour wind gust on nantucket this would which would now, tropical storm force and expecting gus 50 miles per hour as day wears on and storm creeps ever closer to southern new england. still not expecting an official landfall but yet to keep in mind, big storm, don't need impact impact here and jason and i will keep tracking what's happening out there and i will have an update in a few minutes. >> sara: city counselors trying to tax alcohol sales for a second time. what the money would be used for if there's a tax on boston booze.
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>> estimate 300 kids got the air cut and very grateful for sponsors and volunteers to make it all possible. >> gene: world pumpkin battling champ and saturday taking 8-mile adventure during the taunton river. journey with 1200-pound pumpkin and in yacht club and cove in fall river and he made the journey as show support for local agriculture and inspire future farmers. that's a long way to go in pumpkin eight miles. >> sara: good for him. sara: local paramedics phone burst into flames and serve as warning with anyone with the most popular phone in country.
>> stephanie: warning coast guard has for anyone on the water today. new charges that forced university to fire a police officer. good morning, everybody, 8:00 on monday morning, day, by the way, i'm gene lavanchy. >> i'm sara underwood. the big story of the morning is strong wind and waves kicked up by hermine out in the atlantic. >> gene: ferries still running to and martha's vineyard out of woods hole but there's no stand
>> moving toward southern new england but the rain made it ashore and talking about that all weekend long whether the rain will be impact on us. this is still hundreds of mile away from us. over 200 miles away from the center, but because the storm is so big and happens with tropical systems when they come northward, become extra tropical or post tropical, more like nor'easter and spread out. they intend to go faster too, that's difference we areee into a big atmospheric roadblock and not moving much. barely clipping monomoy, about to move into chatham as well, northern part of the island of nantucket getting most of the rain right now, light for the most part, seeing anything heavy and adjust the radar scope. north of 3 miles per hour as movement as of 5:00 a.m. this track starting to get old, new one coming in moments from now, get one for the 8:00 observation but closest
late wednesday night. pretty amazing and big danger. >> jason: pink colors indicative of the 50 miles per hour winds and 50 miles per hour gusts will be a concern along the cape cod beaches, down to the vineyard and nantucket as well. now, after dark tonight our wind forecast starts to additional wind damage into tomorrow. but it will be breezy out there and still be showery. see the bands of showers just pivoting through on future calf here right through wednesday and then we begin to improve things. hour-by-hour, worcester today, not much rain, enjoy the labor day. just a breezy mostly cloudy day and better chance with showers in place like brockton, south shore, of course down to the
along the coast are bracing for hermine. >> sara: expected to feel the greatest impact. stephanie coueignoux is live in chatham where the wind is really starting to pick up, stephanie. >> stephanie: yeah. i have to tell you standing at docks and tell you how much wind and how high the waves are, kind of see it bobbing in the water right here and taking look in front of it and couple of the smaller boats as they are bobbing up dock and earlier we actually saw one man take his motor from the boat because he didn't want it to get ruined in this storm but behind me, we are here at chatham fish pier and you could see the waves are really pushing onshore right now. wind has been picking up steadily over the last few hours and because of that i did call chatham harbormaster and telling anyone, one, hopes that everyone got boats out of the water if
storm line because wind and waves are going to be a major concern as we continue through the day. coast guard is having plans in place for emergency situations and plans on labor day if you don't have to be on the water or in the water, do not because again we are talking about potentially dangerous situation. not raining right now but cloudy right now and winds really starts to pick up. again, if you plans out today, just something to keep an eye out it as continuing to pick up. >> likely going to feel impact of hermine for days to come and better idea what to expect with
that unusual storm wouldn't be moving more rapidly in open water. >> more common to be moving along with current because we got involved with upper level cutoff low keeping hermine from going out to sea for a come more days. not good news for you folks and hermine going to have perhaps very gusty winds, even though quite a ways. onshore winds will be bringing very gusty conditions and storm has and nasty ocean conditions with the potentially life-threatening rip currents and heavy surf so definitely important to stay out of the water. >> hottest years on record in northeast and feeding the storm, does that mean we could be
here? >> not necessarily. how strong tropical storm or hurricane gets and case of hermine it is warming up waters to generate the thunderstorm activity that you see in northern half of the circulation and water gets cooler as eases way northward and couple days get out the to sea but today especially start to see the weather going down hill with gusty winds, spay out on the islands to begin with. >> what are expectations for rest of hurricane season? we got a ways to do yet. >> absolutely. season only half over. no one who can tell you whether we get another storm or hurricane affecting any part of the u.s. and international areas, of course, in the areas of responsibility and mexico dealing with system called newtons right now, so we are in the peak of the season and after
next storm or hurricane because that could happen again this year. can't rule that out. hopefully not but eye on the ball with hermine. >> gene: hermine does move the way and download the fox25 weather app and expected winds and heaviest rain will fall and power and yes, it is free to download. >> sara: new details about isis and paris attacks. we are learning last november's attack which claimed 130 lives and left hundreds more hurt scaled down version of the original plan to attack multiple european countries. this is according to 90,000 pages of documents obtained by cnn and documents also revealed
paris plotting another strike but arrested first. >> sara: man considered armed and dangerous and jessica reyes live in berlin with a look at how the man has escaped arrest. good morning, jess. >> police serve for guy but this morning he is still on the loose. police say he is armed and dangerous, so much so asked everyone living here to stay inside their homes du night's search. police in berlin man terrorizing the area nearly a week. state and local police converged on gas station and initially led police on high-speed chase but they stopped in public safety. >> immediately called off pursuit because of speeds. seconds later marlboro observed the motorcycle at gas pump over here. >> taken the motorcycle as
this all started last tuesday when accused of robbing commerce bank in west boylston. see handing cash in the surveillance video. bit tough to see the face as wearing bandanna, helmet and sunglasses. since last tuesday's robbery he has been spotted in clinton, west boylston, marlboro and here in berlin before getting away. people in the area shaken up knowing someone police considered armed and dangerous is on >> that would scare me. that is a small town and so surprised that in this small town that that would happen, but we will keep our eye open. >> jessica: police say he was not armed during last week bank robbery and reported throughout the morning he was armed and extremely danger. police want anyone with any information to give them a call but if you see someone think
live in berlin this morning, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. this morning a police officer at local college off the job and facing several charges. daniel miller in the newsroom with this story. >> accused of committing a lewd act while on campus and has been charged with witness intimidation. university not saying much about the incident and 12:30 s university police command staff was notified of an incident involving one of their officers and inappropriate conduct. according to the globe that officer was immediately relieved of his duties at the university. the town of framingham police were also notified. they started their independent investigation as well. the university's officer whose name haven't been released was arrested and charged with several offenses including open and gross lewdness. now, in a statement the
university regards the safety of students, faculty and staff is paramount and will continue to hold conduct to the highest standards and university says the situation was isolated and no ongoing threat to the university. officer is on administrativetive leave. >> gene: one of a experience that promises to teach a new generation of men some skills have long been forgotten. >> sara: hillary clinton getting help in new hampshire. what bernie sanders is planning today that he hasn't done yet the election year.
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warning. two weeks ago north korea fired ballistic missile off a submarine and comes as president obama and other world leaders continue to meet for the government 20 summit. john kerry and russia's foreign minister met last two days in china and president obama spoke with russian president vladimir putin and party and five-year-old civil war in syria and sirius dictator. >> sara: one person thrown from suv during rollover wreck on 128 north. this is the scene after midnight in waltham near the exit to route invent. suv rolled over after colliding with at least one other car and told the victim has serious injuries but expected to
also new this morning police officer and another driver suffered minor injuries in overnight crash in the cape. borne police say 23-year-old woman drove through a stop sign and hit the cruiser near sagamore beach. both cars went into nearby cards. two drivers were taken to the hospital and later released. police say neither drugs nor alcohol seemed to be a factor in the crash but the woman was given a ticket. >> gene: police still investigating how body ended up in muddy river. near charlesgate yesterday afternoon and it was there that they pulled a man's body from the water. state police say they are still working to identify that man. >> sara: bernie sanders will start day in manchester at labor day breakfast. he then heads to lebanon to campaign for former rival hillary clinton. it is the first time he will
endorsed her in july. >> gene: annual labor boston labor day breakfast. speakers include boston mayor marty walsh and massachusetts attorney general maura healey among others and include discussions about charter school expansion, mbta job cuts and service workers looking for new contract. the event held every year as way to promote labor issues in the area. >> gene: boston city councilors trying to on alcohol in the city and reintroduce proposal for 2% tax on all alcohol sold and hopes of raising 20 million every year and city council discussed the proposal but never voted on. the $20 million can be used toward city shelters and 24-hour -- 24a addiction
? ? oxygen tracking hermine. i don't want you to cancel plans, especially off cape cod, go on as planned, be aware it is going to be a breezy and coolish feeling labor day and risk for few showers but not steady rain at the time. the rain that's happening on nantucket and circling toward cape cod right now. looks like someone making on shore on cape cod. center of the storm still over 200 miles out to sea. doesn't mean it can't affect us clearly. it is a big storm. rain shield reaching all the way back toward us, here is live stormtracker radar on nantucket and also into chatham now seeing some of the rain shower activity and focus down here on nantucket in couple spots. here western plank of the island this area right in here seeing steadier rain come down in roadways and lavender lane seeing some of the rain. harbor nothing happening so going to be in and out of the area as we go on through the day and that's going to be the situation for you on cape cod as
thinking about, at least not at this point. 70 miles per hour winds around the center of the storm, 8:00 observation for the hurricane center and new fix, looks like moved two and a half miles since 5:00 a.m. that's it. thing not moving but expected to move 3 miles per hour, hasn't done that yet but expected to and order toward the northwest and early circle underneath us toward the northeast. jason and i were looking at new computer model information coming in this morning, at least one commut right over nantucket, so within the cone here the area potential tracks still in play and weakening over the colder ocean waters. the closest path looks to be between late tomorrow night and wednesday night and winds down to 45 miles per hour, which
>> jason: winds go out from the center point and many areas impacted by the strong wind gusts. best chance to stay dry here, sea coast, hampton beach, there will be at least a moderate risk and cape cod wetter beach all day long and already seeing that occurring. no reason to change any plans as kevin mentioned, especially southern new hampshire, worcester county, these are dryer spots, farther north and west you go from boston. there will be a chance of some rain moving it mid to late afternoon i think ou boston area, back to the west say toward even holliston, get a quick shower, but again i think you could get the barbecues in okay. we are just going to be dealing with that threat for a come of showers out there into the afternoon. 7-day forecast does warm up and cry out starting wednesday and leftover shower still around on wednesday and later part of the week. >> temperatures coming our way,
up, 35 miles per hour on vineyard and nantucket, approaching tropical storm strength had at least one report of 40 miles per hour nantucket earlier this morning and that would be tropical storm strength but show you this, wave height, all plotted here and federal aviation administration foot waves offshore and come in more closely and near nantucket 7-foot wave crashing into the shoreline there. outer seashore -- national seashore 9-foot waves crashing there and a little less protected barrier islands and kicking up there for sure and need to be careful and swimming or boating, more updates straight ahead. >> gene: bizarre story from the islands. still ahead on the fox25 morning news, how paint and dog put end to string of crimes. high praise this morning for film shot right here in the bay state. coming up the movie set on the
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kevin lemanowicz and jason brewer both following this thing for awhile now. kev, the big part been talking about and held true is hermine going to be kind of meandering out there a little bit and that's what's going on. >> sit and spin like toy we had when we were kids and not moving much in few hours. few miles expected to jog off toward the northwest and closer to us, but the rain bands stretch far out from the center, tropical storm force winds 200 miles from the center. typically happens. get troca opens up, becomes extratropical, nor'easter, wider, more space, rain farther from the center and seeing what's happening with the storm system, still over 200 miles away, 213 last check to the center and here is rain coming across nantucket and also come into cape cod as well and track that a little more closely, rain following on nantucket, this on western
roadways to the west and road getting some of that too and then around the harbor, now rain back in, totally dry last time i talked to you, now seeing showers move across, so be that way, jason, rain moving in and out of the area throughout the day today. >> future cast because it does give you idea who's going to get the rain and who's not. there's the center of the storm and showers, cape cod, nantucket, vineyard through the morning hours. at noon today it is to be cape cod islands and few could clip parts of the south shore and even the north shore by late in the day. 5:00 and see few of those pinwheeling ashore and clouds and breezy and not concerned about rain and boston points southward and eastward and chance to be interrupted for the dinner time plans out there, barbecues, that kind of thing. upper 60s closer to the coastline and greater boston
for afternoon showers passing through. >> hoping to spend labor day on the beach and water out on the cape, plans are pretty much ruined at this point. >> conditions getting worse since first report three hours ago, stephanie. >> stephanie: actually just started raining 15 minutes ago. not too hard but wind making it kind of slanted, so bit of pain and taking american flag whipping and that has been the story all morning long and talking about very heavy steady winds creating choppy conditions and showing you all morning long and started to see the waves creep up a little bit and not too high and enough to boats rock back and forth and already we actually
motor from his boat and last year during the storm didn't want the repeat that again and preparing storm plan and high winds and choppy waves could make it very dangerous on the water and asking everyone to either take their boat out or secure it with storm line boarded yesterday to check the windy condition. man out here earlier removing the motor, actually in his boat when we were trying to talk to him and told us the conditions were already rough. >> move the boat to the inside
and talk about emergency situations and don't have to be out on the water do not go out because they do not want to respond to the emergency situations they are prepared to to so if they have to and we have been here all morning long as conditions are starting to deteriorate and have a live report. >> sara: winds getting stronger and what is the message to anyone wanting to head out and check out the storm? >> if you have tropical storm warning with the cape and islands and we just prefer
swimming and don't go out on the boat. >> what should people do to secure their property before the waves intensify? >> hopefully they have already done so. we did send out a message on thursday suggesting people check lines and water if they can. some commercial boats and some recreational boats moved to more shelter harbors in chatham from the more exposed areas. courtois fantastic that people have that weather looks sort of nice, they want to go out and get in good sale. what should people have on boat in case there's some sort of emergency. >> pref didn't go out today or tomorrow frankly but if they need to, standard safety
radios. >> stewart smith, chatham harbormaster. thank you so much for calling in and check in with you later on in the morning. real-time path and where the rain will hit and where it will be the heaviest. also place to turn if you lose tower and free to download. federal investigators still trying to determine what caused an accident at longwood medical center that killed construction worker. police tell fox25 worker was trying to take a crane down yesterday afternoon when something happened. not clear what went wrong. it happened near the dana-farber
less than a week away from somber anniversary. sunday mark 15 years since 9/11. planes used to carry out 9/11 attacks. two of them took out from logan international airport. now new exhibit is on display at terminal e, international terminal, show casing memorials from around the country and features ground zero memorial and flight 93 pennsylvania memorial and pentagon memorials. the exhibit will be on display through the anniversary of the attacks. gene: new documentary taking us inside one of 9/11 inside the pentagon shows us what happened inside one of our country's most secretive buildings. >> thought outloud it is coming here. >> 125 people killed on pentagon. >> sara: elderly man rushed to the hospital after nearly drowning near the l street bath
of the water yesterday afternoon. firefighters gave the man cpr and brought them to the hospital. no word yet on his condition. this is the same bath house where seven-year-old kaiser willis died after he wandered away from city run camp in july. sara: driver slammed into a house on newburyport. driver of 1937 ford headed to the hospital but told it is suffered quite a bit of damage and as for the car it is totaled. trying to determine why lost control. >> people say -- police say that purple paint helped felix reagan to series of crimes, stealing a car, breaking into a home and painting a dog purple. they linked him to the break-in
cruiser and kicking an officer and police investigating and saying more charges may be filed. police continue investigating theft of lobster. it was ripped from base friday night and plymouth police say they believe that other statues were targeted too. stolen statue one of 29 lobsters in downtown plymouth even designed by different local artist. residents are upset by the disappearance certainlyicousation. >> talking about how beautiful it was and we got our picture taken with it and came down today and horrified. where is it? >> gene: local businesses taking donations to replace the stolen statue. >> sara: it was a nonstop session of cutting, trimming and ironing. coming up how one local father making sure that every child is ready to go for the first day of
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no major damage was reported in saturday's quake but rumble could be felt in seven states. >> gene: yesterday pope francis declared mother teresa a saint. nun was famous for work in india. certified two miracles linked to work. here in new england a former corrections officer told us he met mother teresa back in 1988 when junction in walpole. >> walk down corridor where i was working and as she was walking down the corridor introduced myself and bunch of rosary beads. >> gene: local church has been renamed in mother teresa's honor. it is now called st. teresa of calcutta church. >> sara: new list of endanger
illegal hunting for endangering the animal. it says there are only about 5,000 eastern gorillas left in the wild. meanwhile, another species is seeing a 17% rise in the population. the giant panda is now off the endangered list and bumped up to the vulnerable list instead. it is hard to see them in video but twin pandas born in atlanta this weekend are also helping to contribute to the rise in population. >> kevin: tracking hermine storm. you know tropical storm hermine, no longer tropical, looks like nor'easter, structure has changed meetogically but all you need to know is this is a powerful storm sitting and spinning to the south. now, it is not in here and bringing flooding rains and catastrophic winds, but what it is doing is messing up your labor day. because it is throwing some rain back here toward southern new
200 miles away to the center of the storm. happens in northern latitude and florida and carolina tend to widen and open up and father from the center and that's when seeing this morning and onshore here and route 6 up here light to rod mat rain nantucket and watching western plank of nantucket and same roadways still getting more rain shower activities here in and out of the harbor and harbor getting rain right now, this takes right across the harbor over to washington street and nantucket proper, easton street seeing that as well. 70 miles per hour winds on center of the storm that hasn't changed. all that's changed moved 3 miles since 5:00 this morning. that's it. sitting and spinning, virtually
up the waters. all across the atlantic from the north coast all the way down to the carolinas. this is a storm through wednesday morning, still sitting and spinning out there before pulling off to the northeast, but keep in mind, we are still on western edge of the possible tracks of the storm from all of our computer models. still the possibility of landfall. good news is with the cold water it had also be weakening by then so effects wouldn't be much more even if it does come closer. worst part of the storm sitting to be churning up the waters all during the time and waves toward the clean. seeing wind gusts over 35 miles per hour in places out there. jason, i know you have tweeted out see tropical storm force as well. >> nantucket, vineyard, talk about the islands and high risk for rip currents today, that's been the story all along, not good idea to be in the water today at all. in fact, with the clouds around, chance for showers, not the best beach weather until you go
coast of maine as as well as coming in. middle 70s there in southern new hampshire, in the much rain. back toward worcester at 70? today and not much rain for you. there's a better chance of shower coming shore around boston, dedham, foxborough and into the mid to late afternoon. keep in mind labor day want to be outside and need the rain and area that could get inch or more of rain before pulls away wednesday afternoon and thursday and rainfall forecast amounts anywhere half inch to inch and boston south and eastward and lower amount north and west and summer weather back on the way heading into thursday, friday and even into next weekend, kevin.
out here, nantucket 7-foot waves, national seashore 9-foot waves and well offshore and moving toward the cape cod and islands 12-foot waves, grow up to over 20 feats farther offshore in yellow and that's all circle back toward us. in here not as bad and rough seas rip hole in the sand bars and how you get rip currents set up and be careful not venturing into the water not recommended though and more to say about the storm coming up. >> gene: one man word with pattle and -- paddle and pumpkin and hoping to inspire future generation to get
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