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this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: well, yet another windy day, but the tropical storm-force gusts are expected to fade this morning. a live look at hyannis where dangerous rip current also remain through the week. good morning, everybody. thank you for being with us on this tuesday morning. i am gene lavanchy, september 6. >> sara: i am sara underwood. nantucket is expected to see the strongest wind gusts today but there will be a lull for other places. meteorologist shiri spear has showers on the radar right >> i do, and the latest update in from the national hurricane center. the 5 a.m. update. winds estimated at 65 miles per hour. hermine is sit about 100 miles south of the vineyard right now. and what you are going to see not much of it changes here. the system kind of goes back and forth for the next two days to our south here, but what is happening, look at these estimated wind speeds decreasing as we go. so by 2 a.m. on thursday morning, we have about 40-mile-per-hour winds and
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into another system and moving away from us here. currently on the radar, i do have a lot of green in the boston, bedford, norwood area down across the cape as well. light and patchy showers for us. temperatures starting off in the 60s. sustained winds will end up being strongest over southeastern massachusetts, but not that impressive right now under 20 miles per hour sustained. stronger gusts that will break down for you here. you can see the forecast in boston 64 degrees at 7 a.m. we have got on-and-off showers today. 1 p.m. about 7 an hour-by-hour look at futurecast coming up. >> julie: is here with live drive time traffic this morning, julie. take us out there julie on the expressway, shiri, i like what i am seeing. typical for this early morning and moving out the door on the expressway. it no issues for 128 as you approach the pike. north of the pike route 1, 93 south also clear. here are your live drive times. 24 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 10 minutes on the expressway.
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495 to the leverett connector. and we have breaking news this morning. a suspicious death investigation is under way in danville, new hampshire. that is a small town north of plasteau, state attorney general and crime units spent the night investigating carmel drive just before midnight. the sheriff's office is not confirming any details about their investigation other than saying the death is suspicious. fox25 has a crew on the way to we will have a live report once they arrive. jet skiers are enjoying the big waves, but high surf and dangerous rip currents are still a concern for the cape and south coast today, and anyone that spent the holiday weekend on the island may have a hard time getting back to work. fox25's stephanie coueignoux is live in hyannis where some ferry service is still cancelled this morning, stephanie. >> yeah, it is because of those rough conditions. it is a little breezy here at
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it if you are in unprotected areas and you can see just underneath this cruise line that has now been parked right here, the waves are still rippling, but the further you go out obviously the waves are certainly a lot higher and, of course, that caused the ferry service here to be impacted very greatly. once again, the service has been cancelled again today by martha's vineyard as well as their inner island surface and and hoping to run trip by trip service. and for a lot of folks whether they like it or not. they are going to have yet another day for their labor day vacation. and we were also here yesterday and i have to tell that you it was definitely like a ghost town. the parking lot was empty. the ferries again were docked for the day, but for some vacationers, they say, well, they are still going to make the most out of it. the weather is not beautiful
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here, he with the heater so as it stays warm. >> additional lines crisscrossed. >> reporter: all right, so that is the spirit. here at high line, they are working with customers to get them refunds and, of course, reschedule their trips once the ferry service redums. but, of course, not everyone is avoiding this travel storm as the iment pacts -- coming up in 30 minutes, the up close and personal experience the coast guard had yesterday. in hyannis, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. police trooper is okay after his trooper was rear ended on the southeast expressway. the trooper was parked on the southbound identify of the highway last night when a driver partly cloudy into the back of the suv that happened just after 1:00 this morning. the woman in the car was arrested after failing a sobriety test. boston police are searching for a suspect after a woman claims she was sexually assaulted on the greenway. the victim claims she was walking toward the carousel when she was attacked by a
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at the scene where this happened. and jess, the woman gave police a pretty good description of the suspect. report were she did, sara. we will get to that in just one second, but this all happened in the heart of downtown boston this is an area that thousands of people pass through every single day and police say this happened on the part of the greenway directly across the street from where we are standing here at atlantic ave and state street. police say the victim was walking here around 4 o'clock in the morning yesterday when that man sexually assaulted the victim told police she did not know the suspect and believes he was homeless. police are still trying to track him down this morning but the victim did provide a brief description of what he looks like and police say he believes he is white or hispanic in his 40s and 50s with scruff on his face. at the time he was apparently wearing a dark-colored bruin jersey and baseball hat. working around the clock to track this person down, but,
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alwaysing can the public for tips and anyone with any further information about this is asked to call boston police. live in downtown boston this morning, jessica reyes, fox25 news. now :0 this morning. a framingham state university police officer will be arraigned accused of committing multiple sex acts in front of a student. officer wilter dormaville was arrested for performs lewd sex acts. a student e the whole thing. >> i can't imagine how they would be feeling because it is a very safe place. a very safe school. so i am not sure how they would react to something like that. >> gene: dormaville has been a ax you will rye police officer for revere since 2015. that department has also placed him on leave. a man accused of using pepper spray on two boston police officers will be from court today.
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mace on the officers. suspect of trying to break into one of those apartments. he had a history of assaulting police. a local judge will hear arguments on the use of body cameras by boston police officers. the union representing the officers want to stop a pilot program due to start next week. 100 officers have been selected to wear the cameras. the union claims that it is a violation of an agreement they mayor marty walsh tells fox25 he hopes the cameras will be allowed. >> we will see what happens. we are moving forward president officers have been trained and we are ready to hit the streets with them. we will see what the judge says but we are ready to go. >> sara: if approved the pilot program will run for six months. do tlshtion run a series of public hearings on the new electronic tolling system. drivers will have to use the
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the first meeting on the change will happen tonight at union station in worcester. six other hearings will take place over the next few weeks. high winds from hermine made things complicated for crews battling a massive house fire in rhode island. this video shows just what fire fighters in narragansett were up against yesterday. tax records show that the multimillion dollar oceanfront home is owned by james skeffington the late co-owner of the pawsox. the cause of the fire is under investigation. and a 7-year-old boy is killed in a fire in middletown, rhode island. a police officer spotted the flames early yesterday morning. police say the boy was home alone with his teenaged sisters at the time. "the globe" reports the girls and five police officers went to the hospital for smoke inhalation. the state fire marshal believed the fire started in the second-story bathroom and the cause is still unknown. and hermine's wind also played
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heavy flames destroying this house on thompson street yesterday. it took hours for crews to knock it down and one fire fighter had to be treated for smoke inhalation. witness say the flames were as tall as the trees at one point. no word on the cause. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone. on 93 south right now, things are moving along nicely. 20 minutes as you head from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: wind gusts up on 20 miles per hour in boston. this is a pretty windy start to the day. 29-mile-per-hour gusts in providence. 26 miles per hour on the vineyard. although strong, this is not tropical storm-strength gusts here. through about 8:00 this morning is when we see the strongest winds. after that they will die down. i think these estimates are a little high but that 39 i 39 miles per hour, that is how strong the tropical storm-string gusts is. perhaps we get some on the vineyard.
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continue to weaken a we shift into the afternoon. temperatures in the 60s with spot showers and a few showers around getting you home from work breezy at about 70 to 76 degrees. :10 this morning. a boston police officer targeted at his own home. coming up at 5:30, the dangerous device found on his lawn that has the whole force on high alert. a single mom saves the day. still ahead, why she dressed up in a mustache to make sure her son didn't miss out on a a state-of-the-art scoreboard is an eyesore for a local man. up next, the million dollar project that is now sitting up next, the million dollar project that is now sitting outside his golden outside or fluffy inside. deep pockets or delicious ridges. tasty egg or savory bacon. experience dunkin's new belgian waffle breakfast sandwich. it's not this or that. it's all of it.
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sudbury to carlisle, redington, middleton dealing with showers and drizzle and another band that is actually moving in across the outer cape. well, how about this view outside of your kitchen window. a quincy homeowner looks at this brand-new football scoreboard. >> sara: it is less than five feet from the man's property at north quincy high school. fox25's daniel miller joins news the control room now to show us why the homeowner is not really happy with the new addition. >> gene and sara >> gene and sara, the scoreboard is part of a $15 million improvement projects at the school. as you saw it is big, it is state of the art, and for one homeowner a complete eyesore. at 25 feet wide and 20 feet tall, north quincy high's new scoreboard is not scoring any points with sky chen. >> i say oh, my god, that is too big. >> reporter: sky and his family lived in price street home for more than 20 years. this is the view from their back deck, and this is what
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>> you just have the barbecue here. no room for that. and also it is too dangerous. too close to our property. >> reporter: sky says his property line ex-tepdz to the fence. as you can see, the scoreboard is close. how close? 4 inches or just about four and a half feet. >> honestly we were just thankful that it wasn't behind our house which is terrible because we don't wish anything ill upon our neighbors of course. >> reporter: vicki >> reporter: vicki won g lives two houses down and before construction began, everyone had a certain level of privacy. >> everyone's property line was completely covered with mature trees. they took down all the trees. >> reporter: the city plans to plant new trees along the property line to create a buffer between the homes and the field. guy is not sure how that will work for him. >> they show me how -- >> going to have to be a
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information to ask about the scoreboard but have not heard back. con trunks on the new field is supposed to be complete by the end of the calendar year. in the control room, daniel miller, fox25 news. good morning, everyone, we check traffic and weather together every ten minutes. let's start with the map right now north of the pike. route 1, 93 south moving along fine. bright green what we typically see as far as our traffic flow is concerned around 6:30 in the morning. if anything changes and any accidents happen, i will be the first to let you know. a live look things moving along nicely and we will have to watch out for wet roadways and shiri will have more in a moment. over to your live drive times, 2 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin 10 minutes on the expressway. 21 minutes on 93 south from 49 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. she is also been updating us about hermine and how it will impact us. shiri? >> shiri: yeah, so the impacts will be rain, wind and some coastal effects as well. and the strongest gusts are
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morning, the cape, the islands. yes i still have a tropical storm warning, but any tropical storm-strength gust also be isolated. winds will be weaker than we were yesterday which was great news and will continue to weaken occasional showers and light to moderate rain goes for all of massachusetts, goes for southern new hampshire as well. so grab the rain gear before you go and rip currents and beach erosion through the middle even to the ends of the workweek here because hermine is such a slow mover out there, and t be some of the biggest impacts that we feel today. current wind speeds are sustained around 20 miles per hour in boston. 20 miles per hour on the vineyard. that's not so bad. the gusts are a little stronger, almost closer to 30 miles per hour in worcester and in boston. 26-mile-per-hour gusts being report on the vineyard. it has to be up to 39 miles per hour for it to be tropical storm strength. i don't see much of that happening today, but we definitely have it yesterday. nantucket shoals yesterday,
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tons of 50-mile-per-hour reports coming out of the cape, the island, even the south his or her. i mean a little bit weaker there. plymouth 43 miles per hour. but it was a windy day. it was pwlaus erie out there. today, not quite as windy, but it is still going to be out there. we have breezy showers moving on now and this is the location of post am tropical storm hermine. and this is a little over 100 miles away from the vineyard at this point. so we are going to be watching this closely. the movement, over the next day. still has about 65-mile-per-hour winds attached to it. but as we go away from the enter, -- the center the winds are weaker. not getting the worse of it. today it has weakened from where we were yesterday as well. showers that we will be watching basically all day. this is 9 a.m. and you can see the next couple of hours, the scattered showers still on the map. very tricky to pinpoint ahead of time exactly where we are going to have them. i think everybody -- just be
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have. even thin spots in the clouds, but noon spot showers around. hermine remain to the south through the evening commute even moving a little bit away from us here. at 5 p.m., we have a couple of scattered showers. a couple of breaks in the cloud cover and that does mean that you are potentially facing wet roads as you head home from work and likewise, as you head into work tomorrow morning. future cast. hermine is still out there to the south. we still have winds coming into the shoreline here which is also going to pushhe water into the shoreline creating some the bigger waves and concerns about beach erosion. at the same time, just got the potential for hit or miss showers through your wednesday. breezy and the winds weaker again as we hit tomorrow. there will be weaker than they are today. noontime a little bit of rain around for the evening commute. a little rain around. and hermine is starting to move off toward the north and east which means it is getting a little closer tomorrow and the good news is, at that point, we will have about
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considerably in the next day. this afternoon we have highs in the low and mid-70s. 77 in hyannis. 72 in boston. 70 in worcester. and 73 in nashua, new hampshire. plan on some rain. plan on breezy conditions. worst of the conditions are planted over southeastern mass. tonight lows in the 60s. occasional showers and spot showers as well as the breeze on our wednesday. temperatures are going up, so it will be upper 70s, lower 80s here for your wednesday. come thursday, 8 degrees. the morning. and we tart to dry out. friday we get a passing front with a couple of showers. it will be hot and humid, 89 degrees and we clear out for your saturday, 82 and bring back some more showers with another front on sunday at about 79 degrees. the pick of the weekend for now will be saturday. back to you, guys. a college student -- college students are back and it means that local police police departments are cracking down on parties. the unusual way neighbors are helping police spot where the
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a lot of single parents have reached out to her online. the two younger sons want her to with them with doughnuts to dad. >> julie: good for her. fun way to connect with her son. >> sara: maybe i will consider that for grandparents' day because emma and tessa's grandparents are so far away and i will pull on a gray wig and be a grandparent. >> shiri: nicely done. a high risk of rip currents. one of the biggest concerns out there. big waves, dangerous rip currents. beach erosion something that we are watching not just for the cape but the north shore, and the seacoast well. see you how long hermine sticks around. and comedian bill cosby heads to court this preparation for a sexual assault trial. coming up at 5:30 the damaging evidence his lawyers want out of court before the trial begins. a suspicious death
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complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: now at 5:30, a live look at hyannis where rain and wind continues to churn up the ocean. anyone still on vacation, remember, you get those dang pretty much through the rest of the week as hermine kind of meanders around out there in the ocean. bummer if you are on vacation down in the cape this week or the islands. >> sara: a maybe a good thing because you are stuck on the islands and you can't get home. >> gene: that's true. the way you look at it -- on a tuesday, you are looking for the positive. >> sara: i always do, gene. >> gene: silver lining, shiri. >> shiri: should i told you
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make other plans perhaps. oopsy. post tropical storm hermine about00 miles off the coast of the vineyard right now. we still have -- where you see the orange tropical storm warnings in effect. we could see some isolated gusts that high. the center of the storm about 65 miles per hour. winds -- we are getting this morning gusts are weaker than that. we have showers, of course, pivoting on in. these are from hermine, but you can see the with winds gusting 28 miles per hour in boston. 17 miles per hour in portsmouth, new hampshire. an we have a wet and drizzly start of the day. 26-mile-per-hour winds along with that light rain. provincetown similar set. worcester gusting 26 miles per hour. and we have showers that are about to move into the city. so you can see temperature-wise today, we start in the 60s with gusts as high as 30 to 40 miles per hour. i think that is pretty high end of the range. and into the afternoon, gradually those winds will diminish. spot showers here. a lot of drive times in between.
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through the showers, but through the winds coming up in a couple of minutes. julie grauert is standing by now with live drive time traffic. you are also using the rainy data on your map. >> julie: we like to combine to get the latest information. shiri's radar where you can expect to have a bit of a wet commute. those spotty showers she said on the pike eastbound and westbound through newton right now and parts of 93 as you head through medford. as we shift over to the pike itself. moving framingham through the weston tolls into the allston-brighton area. expressway, no issues. an hour before things start to slow down. live drive times. 24 minutes from 495 to mass avenue. 12 minutes on the expressway. 22 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. breaking news this morning in new hampshire where the attorney general's office and state police are investigating a suspicious death. they have been at the crime
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we find fox25's michael henrich. michael, police have been in and out of that house all night long. >> reporter: well, right now things have calmed down. one new hampshire state police cruiser parked in front of had home on carmel drive in danville new hampshire. lights on. the yellow police tape that you can see blowing in the wind as the mist continues to fall here at the actual house. you can see the first floor light is still on early this morning. this accord the attorney general's office here in the state of new hampshire. this is the scene of a suspicious death investigation. that is all they are confirming right now. we have asked a series of questions, and so far the ag's office is only saying that they are in the midst of a suspicious death investigation. we are working to find out more, especially, of course, who it is that lost their life here in this small town in southern new hampshire, and,
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surrounding that lead investigators to call it a suspicious one. as soon as we get that important update, we will bring them to you right away on the fox25 morning news. for now live in danville, new hampshire, michael henrich, fox25 news. this morning hermine is interrupting travel again at the cape. the second day of strong winds and rain. fox25's stephanie coueignoux is live in hyannis and stephanie, the weather is causing problems for everyone, whether they are on vacation or trying to get back to school and work. equal opportunity. it is not raining at the moment but taking a look behind me, you see this american flag is still whipping in the wind, and, of course, that is causing all of those wave today churn up. you can also see a line now starting to form outside the ticket office here as folks are probably hoping to get back on this area at some point today and they have forced high line cruises to
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between the island for the second day. they are hoping to have their service run back up between nantucket at some point this morning, but, again, that all depends on the water conditions. i do want to show you some radio that the coast guard took yesterday and it really shows the conditions right in the heart of the storm. and in this video, you can see those 5 to 6-foot waves caused by the winds up to 5 miles per hour. the guard told us these conditions can make it tough for even those familiar with the water >> you are worried about your recreational boaters, your seasoned sailors and people who don't know any better thinking they can handle it and getting themselves in a situation that can become dangerous pretty quickly. >> reporter: again these conditions have impacted this area during the labor day holiday, not only the ferry service but a lot of businesses they say have seen just less customers because of hermine and how it is impacted this area.
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i do want to get an update from folks at the ferry service. another live update for you in 15 minutes. in hyannis, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. and checking another top story now. boston police are investigating a sexual assault on the rose kennedy greenway. the victim says she was walking toward the greenway carousel when a stranger attacked her near state street and atlantic avenue around 4:00 yesterday morning. the victim told police the suspect was in his 40s with a thin build and wearing a dark colored bruins jersey and baseball hat and happening today a dorchester man is set to appear before a judge in a deadly hit-and-run accident. anthony buchanan's arrest was breaking sunday on the fox25 morning news. he is accused of hitting 46-year-old jenette sims with a rental car late saturday night and leaving the scene. pew pwoou kanan later turned himself into police and investigators say he was drunk at the time crash.
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including motor vehicle homicide while operating under the influence of liquor. 5:36. a disturbing site is causing concern for from his boston. pictures show molotov cocktail found on the lawn of a officer's home. not sure if it is meant as a threat against police, but boston mayor marty walsh tells fox25 that an investigation is under way. >> i don't know how it was put there or how it was put there and intended to be put there and investigation on it. if someone targets their home or their personal vehicle, it is a whole different story. >> the arson squad is investigating the incident over the summer. police were targeted when the lug nuts were looseed on the personal cars of three officers. and a nfl player gets sacked before the season even begins. coming up new at 6:00, the troubling crime he is accused of committing inside of his
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every ten minutes. looking at the expressway, quite a few brake lights out there, and you rarely tap on bridges slightly because the roads are damp. a 15-minute ride from the braintree split to the pike. speaking of damp driving conditions, here is shiri with more. >> shiri: you got it. the colors on the map are variations meaning most of the rain will be light to moderate inside 495 as well along and south of the mass pike. i have got another batch for the outer cape and the amounted to much. at most about a 10th of an inch of rain. i don't see us going over a quarter inch of rain today. for the bus stop kids and commuters, 7 a.m. 60s out there and grab an umbrella because of these scattered showers. keep the umbrella handy because spot showers here at 3 p.m. and the kids combing home from school temperatures in the 70s and a short sleeves kind of afternoon. the timeline on the rain coming up with futurecast. bridgewater police are
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unusual bit of help over the weekend. check out these pictures, residents on beryl avenue used spray paint and bed sheets to show students are hosting illegal house parties. one says "this is not a party house." the other reads "that is the party house." on twitter police wrote welcome back bridgewater state and thank you for trying to make our jobs easier. and not often that a road sign causes drivers to rubber neck on the highway highway sign looks like this. someone stuck a sticker of a woman dancing on a pole on a blank nearby attraction sign. no one knows who put the sticker up. work crews did remove the sticker. red sox started labor day weekend by scoring 27 runs on friday and saturday. the last two days they scored just one. sox in san diego. look at dustin pedroia made a
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welcome back at 5:46. this is meteorologist shiri spear, and we have a couple of batches of rain out there. this is mostly light stuff this morning, but in boston, over to billerica over to billerica, marlborough, worcester down to foxborough, rockland this morning, you can see traveling in and out the city there is no way to avoid this, but a damp commute for you here. and we have showers across the vineyard now and another batch of rain from orleans to provincetown. all right, it is 5:46. right now on this tuesday morning, if you are just joining us, we are getting you up to the minute on all of our top stories. >> we are live in boston where police are searching for a sex assault suspect, and this
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the attorney general is investigating a suspicious death. first fox25 stephanie coueignoux is live in hyannis with the rain and wind from hermine continues to persist. >> yeah, and you know what, i do want to let you know that we just learned that the captain for the 6:15 ferry to nantucket has decided that it is safe, and so folks will be boarding in just a few minutes. so finally some good news after the high line ferry service was really put to a stand still by of the rough winds and conditions and yesterday, of course, we know that ferry service to martha's vineyard, nantucket and all islands cancelled. ferry service cancelled for martha's vineyard and in between the islands but we just learned that the captain of the 6:15 ferry to nantucket has decided that it is safe enough for them to head out in just a few minutes. and, again, according to high line, it is up to the captain
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change throughout the morning and we will keep a close eye on this situation. in the meantime, employees are working with customers on refunds and rescheduling those trips. finally good news. of course, these conditions are worse as we head further out and will keep a close eye on the schedule on the services and have another live update for you in 15 minutes. in hyannis, i am stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. and i am michael henrich reporting live in danville, new hampshire, w confirmed that it is investigating a suspicious death right here behind me on caramel drive. no other information has been released to that point including who lost their life and the circumstances surrounding that death, but we are working to get you those answers, reaching out to danville police, state police and, of course, following up with the attorney general's office. as soon as we get more info, we will bring it to you and have a live report for you in 45 minutes. it for now live in danville,
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and i am jessica reyes live in downtown boston this morning where police are searching for a man accused of sexually assaulting a woman on the greenway. this all happened around 4:00 yesterday morning near the greenway carousel near the intersection of atlantic avenue and state street. the victim told police he was walking toward that carousel when that man approached and sexually assaulted her. tells police he does not know the suspect and believes he is homeless. with a brief description of what he looks like and we will be hearing more on that in just 15 minutes. reporting live in downtown boston, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: now 5:49 on this tuesday morning after the long holiday weekend. a lot of folks back to school today -- there is shiri. hello, shiri. >> sara: hey, shir. >> shiri: hey, guys. >> gene: tweaking every blythe of the forecast.
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>> shiri: she doesn't know when the party is over and when to take off and get out. she is lingering for the next couple of days. stronger rain and wind gusts and impacts will be minimal. a lot of rain will be light. any damaging gust also be very isolated today because winds are weaker than they were yesterday. the biggest concern will stay a high surf, as well as the rip currents out there. i was looking at the height of our local waves, and closer to our coastline, the wave feet. as they get offshore, bigger, 10-foot waves off the coastline and this will remain an issue today and tomorrow and possibly into thursday because you can see right here, post tropical storm hermine have winds now at 65 miles per hour. but look what little movement we see in the next two days here. she basically wobbles to and fro just to the south all the while weakening so as we get into the early wednesday
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afternoon, 45 miles per hour. by thursday morning, about 40 miles per hour. and after that, there is no track. she is expected to dissipate after that. we are still probably going to see some thursday morning showers though. your futurecast and this will break down the wind gusts as well as the rain showers, and you can see 7:00 this morning, we have some wind gusts generally running between 20 and 30 miles per hour. i think getting stronger gust also be nantucket or the vineyard some thunderstorm-strength gusts, but that will be gusts at 39 miles per hour stronger. i just don't see many of those left in the forecast today. in fact by noontime, mostly cloudy skies. we still have some scattered bands of rain out there, but winds are going to be getting lighter and lighter slowly as we go through the day. some 20-mile-per-hour gusts here through the afternoon opinion occasional showers. very tough to pinpoint ahead of time where we will get those. be on alert all day and have
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rain, at the same time, between showers, couple of breaks in the clouds. hopefully get to see a little bit of sunshine at least today, if not today, tomorrow. we have a very similar set-up. 7 a.m. on wednesday. winds gusting 10 to 20 miles per hour. and through the day tomorrow, you will find we get a couple more bursts of showers. more showers attached to hermine that we will be watching both days. highs today upper 70s we will do for the cape, the auto islands and the south shore. boston at 72. worcester at 73. a lot of in betweens hitting the mid-70s. 60s overnight and tomorrow is a little bit milder. probably a few more breaks in the clouds, upper 70s and lower 80s. seven-day forecast with the weekend falls view as the second -- 86 on thursday after a early morning rain. we are hot, humid and get personal sun in the afternoon. friday morning passing showers. 89 degrees clearing on out for saturday at 82. a little cooler on sunday. my pick of the weekend will be
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hey, julie. >> julie: we are moving along fine. a little volume building toward the braintree split. 24 and 95 looks good. a live look at the expressway. we are already seeing that volume stack up and not even 6:00 yet. live drive times, 18 minutes on rule 3 from 228 to the split. 17 minutes on 24. 15 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. back to you. this morning, the governor is expected to make a big announcement about offshore massachusetts. the governor will be joined by leaders of the massachusetts clean energy center in new bedford. no word yet on what the announcement would be, but last month governor baker signed a landmark energy bill investigate the stage for 100 turbines in federal waters off the coast of martha's vineyard. with labor day in the rear view mirror the race for the white house will particular into high gear. hillary clinton will head to south florida for a rally and donald trump heads to virginia. it comes after both candidates
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daniel miller joins us with the highlights. >> daniel: gene, good morning. hillary clinton interrupted her stump speech by coughing. the presidential candidate joked that donald trump was to blame but the trump campaign had different reason for her coughing spell. instead of the substance of her speech, what some may take away from hillary clinton's labor day rally was the catch in her throat. [coughing] >> reporter: the candidate taking the break in stride. >> everything time i think about trump i get allergic [coughing] >> reporter: the trump campaign wasting no time responding. campaign manager kellyann conway tweeting must be allergic to media. finally spent a minute with them. >> hi, guys. welcome to our big plane. it is so exciting. >> reporter: the clinton camp bringing the traveling media on board. >> i have just been waiting for this moment. >> daniel: not to be outdone, donald trump invited a small
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trump force one. >> many of the attorneys general turned that case down. >> reporter: the planes within sight of one another at the same ohio airport, the same sign the fall election season has begun, but for clinton, fall also means fits like these. >> attack americans institutions so -- [coughing] -- interruptions on seasonal allergies. >> are you concerned of conspiracy theories about your heart. >> i am not concerned about the conspiracy theories. there are so many have lost track of them. >> her coughing spell went on 20 minutes during her speech in ohio. with two months until election day, the candidate will be hitting the campaign trail hard, and, of course, fox25 will have complete coverage here on air andline at in the newsroom, i am daniel miller, fox25 news. the trump campaign is getting criticized for tweets with wrong information about new polls. this is one of the tweets. you see it shows trump 46% and
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the web site 538. but 538 does not do polls. the numbers appear to be a poll of likely voters in ohio which was done by reuter's and the same poll show hillary clinton as the favorite to win the election in november. the trump campaign removed the tweet and replaced it with another one giving credit to reter's. bill cosby is headed back to court fighting to block key evidence in the felony assault trial. that e pages of testimony that he gave in the accuser's lawsuit. the 79-year-old comedian is charged with drugging and assaulting a woman that he met. a judge could set a trial date in philadelphia. a multimillion dollar beach home goes up in flames. how hermine helped fuel the fire at this well-known rhode island mansion. and we could get answers when boston police will start
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being made in court about what happens next. and we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. a 13-minute ride from cloverleaf to the leverett connector. shiri? >> shiri: because of hermine, windy showers in the forecast for the next two days, and by the end of the week a tr what makes a lipton meal? first you start with this. then add this. and this face. wait, we can do better. yeah... that's the one. and fresh brewed lipton iced tea. ste of lipton iced tea. in our house, imagination runs wild. but at my table, i keep the food real. like country crock's recipe made with real simple ingredients. and no artificial flavors or preservatives. real country fresh taste from real ingredients.
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when to plan around the dry breaks and when to get the strongest wind. we are following breaking news overnight in new hampshire. where the attorney general and state police crime units were all called out to this home overnight. the suspicious death investigation under way right now. plus police are searching for a man accused of sexually assaulting a woman on the greenway. the distinctive clothes he is wearing that anyone in boston would recognize. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this this is the fox25 morning news. now we have another windy day on tap, plus a tropical storm force gusts are expected to fade this morning. looking live from hyannis this morning. dangerous rip currents will remain throughout the week and we will keep that in mind. good morning, everybody. thank you for being with us on this tuesday morning. it is september 6, i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. age intucket is expected to see the strongest wind gusts today but a lull for other places. meteorologist shiri spear has


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