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>> shiri: umbrella alert and second straight day, tracking hermine and when we could finally see some breaks. >> jessica: police in boston accused of sexual assaulting someone on the greenway and hoping someone will recognize. >> gene: p continuing to fight the city's plan for body camera for officers and hours from now that could put the program on hold. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, 7:00 and hope morning off to a fantastic start, i'm gene lavanchy. >> still dealing with tropical
the tropical storm weather center with the timelines and expect the worst of rain and wind and don't see much on the map right there. >> pretty from radar any more and this storm over time over the next two days you will find it weakens and eventually it is going to end up dissipating once we hit about thursday morning but until then we are going of it to have wind and be bands pivotle today, tomorrow and thursday morning and waking up to 60, 60 in worcester, 63 boston, 63 nashua, 69? in new bedford and 69? on the vineyard. you could see that we got the patchy showers out there. on top of it we got some gifty winds but gusts around 23 miles per hour mashpee 25 miles per hour in the vineyard. this isn't as wad as it was yesterday. so we got occasional rain through the day in boston and
11:00 a.m., 72 by 1:00 this afternoon and show you when showers finally ease up and return to more summer like forecast coming up in a couple minutes. julie grauert here now with live drive time traffic. julie, i know you're following an accident. >> julie: waiting for an accident to clear eastbound on pike. it is at newton corner and backed past up weston tolls in the last half hour and see reflected in the drive times as well. as we pan out other eastbound near the exit site near route 30 in natick area. here is a look at live drive times and up over 80 minutes now and more than an hour and 20 minutes on pike eastbound as we head from 495 all the way toma. so leave much earlier than usual if you're using the pike. 37 minutes on the expressway and we jumped up to 72 minutes on 93 south as well as you head from andover down to the zakim bridge. >> gene: we continue to follow
investigation is undertheir small town of danville, that is just north of plaistow. the state's attorney general and state police major crime unit spent several hours investigating at 23 caramel drive. neighbors are now telling us crews showed up around 7:00 last night and spent several hours investigating. right now the attorney general's office is not confirming any details about the investigation other than saying the death is suspicious. fox25 michael henrich live at the scene. i will have a full report coming up in the next half hour. >> sara: dangerous rip currents still causing problems along the coast today, but travel to the islands is getting back on schedule. fox25 stephanie coueignoux is live in hyannis where the first ferry of the morning has already headed out on the water within and that is good news for so many people. >> stephanie: yeah, if you can imagine it was full of passengers, people that just wanted to visit nantucket, a lot of people that were just waiting to head to work. taking a look behind me, you can see is that skies are still gray, but the water even though
what we saw earlier. i want to get to some video of very first ferry. this is a video that we took about 25 minutes ago of the gray lady four and again, this is very first ferry headed out since all of those cancellations yesterday. the captain told me that he did analyze the data before making this decision, and said that the water looks calm enough but also told me conditions continue to change, he will have to continue to keep taking a look at the at 7:15 and again he will just make a re-assessment whether it is enough to head back to hins. so always good if the plans involve nantucket today, just a call ahead. but some bad news if you're headed to and from where trying to head to and from martha's vineyard because ferry services still canceled today, as well as ferry service in between the islands and again, the captain of the 6:15 ferry that i spoke
nantucket. >> look at the weather buoy out in the middle of the sound, which had at 3-foot seas this morning, which is really not bad at this boat. this morning light wind and buoy says okay out there in the middle. so we will do that and do first round trip and see how it is. >> stephanie: yeah, he did tell me some of the data further out in the ocean was a little rougher. so again, this really is trip by trip assessment. he also said that this ferry actually just started, only st is a brand-new ferry he said that could also pose some challenges so we will continue to check in with them as well, but coming up in 30 minutes, not everyone is trying to avoid the storm. the very up close and personal experience the coast guard had with hermine. hyannis, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> gene: new this morning a state police trooper recovering after a crash on parkway. it was parked on southbound side
it happened after 1:00 this morning. state police tell us the trooper was conscience and alert after the accident but was taken to the hospital as precaution. woman in the car was arrested after failing a sobriety test. >> sara: right now police are searching for a man wanted for a sexual assault on the rose kennedy greenway. the victim says she was walking home when she was attacked by a stranger. fox25 jessica reyes is live on the greenway with the description of the suspect. she believed this person was homeless and that he was wearing a bruins jersey at the time. happened on stretch of the greenway near the carousel, close to the intersection of state street and atlantic avenue and this is typically a very safe and very busy part of the city. actually just spoke with the woman that lives here and she says she was just stunned to hear about this because even though it did happen in the middle of the night, this is a very safe and well traveled part of downtown boston.
morning yesterday near the carousel on the greenway. the victim told police that she did not know the suspect and once again that she believes she was homeless. police are still trying to track him down this morning, but the victim was able to give them a brief description of what he looks like. she told them that she believe he was either white or hispanic in 40s to 50s and scruff on his face and at the time wearing a dark-colored breaking news jersey and baseball hat. once again police are clock trying to track the person down and they are asking the public for tips right now. meanwhile we did just speak with the woman that lives in this area. she says she was just shocked to hear about this and we will be hearing from her coming up just about an hour. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: accused of committing multiple sex acts in front of a student. wilter dormevil was arrested for lewd and open sex acts saturday
university heard about the charges. accord think to the newspaper the student employee witnessed the whole thing. >> i can't imagine how they would be feeling. i mean because it is a very safe place, very safe school, so i'm not sure how they would react to something like that. >> gene: auxillary police officer for the city of revere since 200015. the department says they have placed him on leave as well. >> sara: pepper spray, fabio armelio, used pace on officers as he chased him through the apartment building in brighton. he is suspected of trying to break into one of the apartments. police say he had more than 20 witness out to his arrest. the injured officers will be okay. today a local judge will have body cameras by boston police officers. the union representing the officers wants to stop a pilot
to wear these cameras. the union claims it is a violation of agreement that it has with the city. mayor marty walsh tells fox25 he hopes the cameras will be allowed. >> we will see what happens. moving forward. the officers have been trained and ready to hit the streets with them and now we will see what the judge does but ready to go. >> sara: if approved the pilot program will run for six months. >> gene: hearings on new electronic tolling system. starting will have to use ez pass. toll booths coming down. vehicles without a ez pass will receive a bill on the mail. first change at union station and worcester. six other hearings will take place over the next few weeks. >> sara: high wind for hermine made things complicated for massive house fire in rhode island. this video shows what firefighters in narraganset were up against yesterday.
he is the late co-owner of the pawsox. it is worth more than $3 million. the cause of the fire is under investigation. sara: investigators in new hampshire say this is the little girl killed in a horse riding accident at lancaster fair. four-year-old mckenna may colder died friday. she was thrown from a horse during a riding show. last summer a father and young daughter were killed when a circus tent collapsed at the same fairgrounds. >> gene: happening today students in winthrop are heading to class in their brand-new school. first day of class at new winthrop middle high school. construction of the $80,000,000.000000000 began two years ago. it is on the site of the previous high school. students have been merged last two years while construction was ongoing. >> julie: every ten minutes i have a longer drive time on the pike. keeps climbing at newton corner
minutes right now from 495 to mass ave. shiri? >> shiri: a lot of red on my map. not too much red on 20 miles per hour worcester, 25 miles per hour in the vineyard. don't get me wrong. it is going to be a breezy morning and winds end up peeking early this morning between 20, 30 miles per hour, perhaps a little stronger for the vineyard and nantucket, but look at how the wind weaken as we shift into the afternoon. windy, fog and he rainy this morning, 60 to 70? out there now. we got mi home from work, few more thin spots, not quite as windy. improvements with future cast next. >> gene: landmark along the pacific coast is destroyed in an instant and this wasn't done by mother nature. act of vandalism that could lead to serious charges. >> one local couple's privacy replaced with 7-foot metal scoreboard.
it is number one. and we leave out corn, wheat and soy. for your pet, we go beyond. >> shiri: grab the umbrella, light rain in boston, lots of green means that it is going to run light to moderate this morning, downpours look at blanket of rain wilmington, groton, hudson, new hampshire drizzle and worcester down to easton this morning and another
>> sara: quincy owner looked at back football scoreboard from his deck. >> less than 5 feet from the man's property at quincy high school. daniel miller here to show us why he is not happy with i new addition. >> scoreboard part of improvement projects at the school. big, state-of-the-art and for complete homeowner a complete ire -- 20 feet high and wide, not scoring any points. >> sky and family have lived in the price street home for more than 20 years. this is the view have the back deck and here is what you see have the backyard. >> summertime barbecue here and also. >> property time extends to the fence and scoreboard closed.
54 inches or just about four and a half feet. >> it is terrible because we don't witch anything on the neighbors, of course. >> two houses down before construction began she says everyone had certain level of privacy. >> everyone's property line used to be covered with trees. >> trees across the property line to create a buffer between not sure how that is going to work for him. >> pretty skinny tree. >> neighbors we talked to say even if the city plants trees it could be years before they are town hall enough to block the scoreboard. ask about the scoreboard but haven't heard back. construction on the new field is supposed to be complete by the
miller, fox25 news. >> sara: 20 members of the forest division worked 14-hour day's working to fight wildfires with five hours a sleep a night crew helped clean up the burned area in the boise national forest. clean-up he was should help prevent future landslides in the area. >> day when the fire was extreme and saw a lot of additional acres burned in matter dirtiest smoke yet job you will ever do in your life. >> the fire group was battling only 52% contained. idaho crews says they could be battling through mid-october. >> triple digits eastbound from 495 over to mass ave, so telling you try to avoid the pike
especially this area and earlier accident in newton corner and now near route 16 and major headache for us this morning. accident near sumner tunnel backing things up and don't want to overlook what's going on on 93, average speed 8 miles per hour and visibility low and things over the zakim bridge. here are live drive times, we are now at 95 minutes to almost is slow, 93 south as head from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now with more on hermine and what we are experiencing. >> fog, showers, bit of breeze as well. strongest winds over the cape and islands, southcoast, areas that will be breeziest today,
hermine, so feel impact and we have dangerous surf and rip currents and perhaps the biggest impact and longest lived impact will end up being those that we find in local waters as far as the waves go. 21 miles per hour winds sustained in boston and way weaker than what we had yesterday, still breezy but not as windy. 18 yesterday on the other hand nantucket reporting wind gust 64 miles per hour look at all of these 50 miles per hour reports for the cape, islands, even the south shore getting pretty breezy, south shore gusting at 30 miles per hour. that's what we don't have, winds quite that strong. we have hermine out there, still a post tropical storm, still rotating bands of rain on shore for us and that's a trend that
63 miles per hour winds attached to the core of it and don't have core strength here. onshore kind of gusty winds and also got showers. tough to pinpoint we have rain showers and winds and all those southern new england going to see passing rain today but wedged in between there we will find some periods here where it is dry and cloudy and pe and winds slowly going to be weakening the whole time because hermine is weakening the whole time. 7:00 tomorrow morning set-up like today, wind will be again a little bit weaker but we will be dealing with patchy showers, not just morning but take future cast into tomorrow afternoon and what do you know, still got waves and wind and rain showers out there but at 8:00 p.m. the storm will be significantly weaker and by thursday morning it is likely going to fade off the map and dissipate.
all day chance of rain, look at how low the expectations are, anywhere a tenth to quarter inch of rain. that's not a soaker. it is just occasional showers, highs in the 70s today, falling back into the sixties tonight and tomorrow we will be a little bit warmer, so let's give us a couple areas 80s on the map and 76 in boston. thursday last of the showers will be the morning that are attached to hermine and start to dry out the, turn really hot and humid the end of the week, 86 couple morning showers and then we clear out and nice and bright with high of 82. get a little cooler on sunday because we have more passing showers but monday looks spectacular with sunshine and 76. back to you guys. >> gene: 7:21, local man quiet retreat in the woods is ruined. noisy neighbors that have him suing his hometown. new update on playboy playmate that drew instant outrage thanks
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>> gene: reports targeting children this time in north carolina. man dressed as clown tried to lure children into the woods and happened on sunday night. adult heard the clown trying to entice into treats and luckily the clown was not successful but it has adults in the community on edge. >> round up people and let's get them. >> same clown spotted hour in another neighborhood and so far they haven't been able to find suspects. perhaps the oddest part of the whole thing this is not it is first time this incident has happened. recently south carolina police have been investigating similar clown reports. los angeles police recommending district attorney charge danny mathers with dissemination of private images,
up to six months in jail. mathers posted photo of elderly woman on social media earlier this year making comments on the woman's body. mathers received backlash on twitter before taking the photo down. >> uncovered more than million dollars worth of marijuana plants growing in the backyard and 600 plants. plants found by state inspector during routine kept the plants hidden and suspect's face several felony charge including risk of minor and operating a drug factory. >> sara: video shows group of people to have large rock topple over and was natural until it surfaced on internet and how dangerous and fragile rocks
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is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: fallout from hurricane hermine and strong winds to stir up big waves there but we could see the sun a little later on >> gene: that would be nice. >> sara: she won't go away. whatever she needs to be doing but at some point, shiri, she will be on her way out of here. >> shiri: slowly shipping away and update at 5:00 a.m. actually the same as far as sustained winds 65 miles per hour was the same as what we had at 2:00 in
update coming out at 8:00 in the morning. not going to have new track but new stuff to go along with the storm which is right now 100 miles away from the vineyard but actually getting a little further away during the course of the day. close enough to bring us rain, close enough to bring wind, wind, drizzly, kind of wet this morning and isn't heavy, heavy and showers over the vineyard with gust of 25 miles per hour, gusting right now 20 miles per hour in worcester and pretty much patchy drizzle up through central mass and into portions of southern new hampshire like nashua and salem. so the day planner today will involve showers now, temperatures in the 60s, by noon time we will be close to 70?, scattered rain in the
breaks in there and during the dry breaks the clouds could thin out just a little bit. look at wind gusts also weakening as we go through the day and end of the day gusts will be 20 to 30 miles per hour and hour by look at those coming up. julie is back now. gruel we may be getting dry breaks but no breaks on the pike so far this morning. earlier accident that cleared at washington street but this accident near route scene right between weston and newton the triple digit area. waiting for accident to clear in accident sumner tunnel, 128 southbound right near route 129. live look at the zakim bridge, these are kind of tougher conditions we are dealing with and shiri has been reporting on all morning. hazy, foggy out there and these drive times problematic, 116 minutes, so we are we will over hour and 40 minutes welcome
74 minutes on 93 south and an hour on 128 southbound. back to you. >> sara: following breaking news in new hampshire. happened at home on caramel drive in the quiet town of danville. fox25 michael henrich is live outside the home where you just spoke with neighbors. >> neighbors within the past hour tell me police show up here on caramel drive around 7:00 last night and you can see one of the state police cruisers is still here on scene in front of this house that is still roped off with yellow police tape all around. so far here is what we know. the attorney general's office only confirming that some sort of suspicious death investigation is underway right
what circumstances did that tragedy occur and those questions have not yet been answered. we have gotten a couple responses from them this morning. just no additional information to release just yet. neighbor again zeroing in timeframe for us state police did show up around 7:00 last night and remain on scene. as soon as we get those answers for you about what exactl get that to you right away. for now live in danville, new hampshire, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: >> gene: fox25 live in hyannis. >> 6:00 invent, finally after yesterday's cancellations and taking a look behind me, this is just one of the reasons why
resumed. american flag, yes, it is still billows in the breeze but certainly not whipping around like we had seen earlier and again the ticket office here at hyannis harbor now empty because the ferry just left and i do want to show you the video. this is why again dozens of passengers anxiously aborted that ferry headed to nantucket this morning. again, it was canceled yesterday so a lot of people were lining up earlier. we were talking to them and hoping that they could get the on board and the the weather very thoroughly but felt that the waves were calm enough to head on out. unfortunately the rough surf has forced to cancel services from martha's vineyard in between the islands today, the second day in a row. this is why, the coast guard showed us this video. this is from yesterday and again, you could get a better idea is to the conditions right in the heart of this storm. we are talking about five to
and the coast guard tells us those conditions can even make it tough for people very familiar with the water. >> worry about the recreational boaters, seasoned sailors and people don't know any better going out thinking they could handle it. >> first ferry heading to hyannis and this really is trip by trip basis because again the conditions can change very quickly, so even though this ferry was able to go out, there's still going to assess the ferry set to head out at 9:30. we will be here all morning long hoping to talk to passengers about their experience on the ferry and another live update in 30 minutes, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> sara: troubling discovery is causing concern for boston
a molotov cocktail found on front lawn of police officer's home over the weekend. it is not certain if the device was meant as a threat against police but boston mayor marty walsh tells fox25 an investigation is underway. >> don't know how it was put there, why put there but doing investigation on it. when somebody looks apparent low to target somebody's home or vehicle that's whole different story. >> >> sara: arson squad inve lug nuts on tires of personal cars were loosened. sara: bill cosby heading back to court for evidence in sexual assault trial. 79-year-old comedian is charged with drugging and molesting a
>> gene: dorchester man set to appear before a judge accused in a deadly hit-and-run accident. anthony buchanan's arrest was breaking sunday in fox25 morning news and accused of hitting jeanette simms with rental car late saturday night in facing multiple charges including motor vehicle homicide while operating under the influence of liquor. >> sara: canton man claims entire adventure park and ropes course and cultural center and patriot ledger says nab is now suing the town zoning board. the man claims he was not
on project over the winter and park used wrong address on public documents. the man claims that the wrong address is why he was not notified by the town. >> we are follow breaking traffic news. drive time two hours from 495 to mass ave. as you could see if you break it down have the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel, that's only about a 40 minute ride. so the bulk of the volum built up prior to the weston tolls. i would avoid the pike eastbound if you can. try to use 20, route 9, but whatever do you, you don't want to get stuck in that two hours of gridlock. shiri? >> shiri: of course, doesn't help at all we have rain across the mass pike all the way from boston into central massachusetts. it is going to be a damp drive into work for most of you. not heavy rain. in fact, we have picked up tenth inch of rain since midnight and we could end up doubling that by
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>> shiri: continue to track the showers for you this morning. morning commute saying this is going to be most of the day thing. we got patchy lighter rain in and around the boston area up through essex to stoughton and marlboro to worcester. you could see we have at round rit near the cape cod canal and in sandwich. another batch affecting martha's vineyard right now.
kind of scattered showers stick around coming up in just a couple minutes. >> gene: two months fro from election day and brand-new what polls. tables are turning. donald trump now leading over hillary clinton and despite the new numbers and win the presidency come november. today the mad dash to the finish line contins. head from south florida to rally and led to virginia and comes after both candidates spent the holiday weekend in ohio. daniel miller joins us with one of the highlights from the battle ground states. >> labor day stump speech by coughing presidential candidate joked that donald trump was to blame. different reasoning for her coughing spell. >> instead of the substance of
away from hillary clinton's rally was cough in throat. >> every time i think about trump i get allergic. >> daniel: trump campaign wasting no time responding. campaign manager kenny anne conway must be allergic to media. spent a minute with them. >> welcome to big play. so exciting. >> bringing board. >> waiting. >> not to be out dunn, donald trump also invited a small batch of reporters on to trump. >> many of the attorney generals turns that case down. >> planes from inside one another in the same ohio airport, clean sign fall election scene has begun and for clinton it means fit like thieves. >> attacked american
>> are you concerned about conspiracy theories about your health. >> i'm not concerned about the conspiracy theories, there are so many i lost track. >> daniel: they will be hitting campaign trail hard. fox25 will have complete coverage on air and online at fox25boston.com. >> gene: duterra used phrase son of a bleep. there was a meeting that was scheduled for today that was canceled. both are in lause. they were to discuss the war on
real problem is the low visibility and drive times. nothing i want to see but we are up to almost two -- jumped from 117 minutes hours on pike eastbound and bulk before the get to the weston tolls and see weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel 40 minutes. 32 minutes on expressway and visibility is low and traffic cameras tracking for us. >> grab bag forecast we got the wind, we got the rain, we got the conditions at coastline that are concern. but look at tweet that i just got in. sun trying to peek through and
clouds. tossed into all of that we also got some -- i want to say a few partly cloudy times today. and all things on map fade and radar so to face today. high surf and rip currents are going to be the biggest concern of all. also going to be the thing that last the longest, slowest to improve, the slowest away. waves 3 feet to 5 feet and 8 feet here and really -- any shoreline exposed that's where we will get the biggest waves. waves from the north shore and outer cape likewise the southcoast. these are areas that are just going to see more waves and these waves all due to hermine which is still out there, still to the south, 65 miles per hour
two days and expected to be the last time slot and 40 miles per hour winds and after that she is expected to diminish. so next couple of days while she is hanging around down to the south we are going to see some wind, we are going to see some showers and 9:00 this morning, a lot like what we have and boston area and wind generally gusting anywhere 20 to 30 miles per hour. spot at risk for getting stronger may be tropical storm strength and have to be honest wind not getting quite that strong. wind gusts slowly going to diminish today and at least weaken and noon time gusts around 25 miles per hour. we still got a couple spotty showers. look at that we got spotty showers for 5:00 p.m. drive home but also a couple communities seeing the breaks of sunshine so one of those days keep occasional rain and fox25
very similar set-up where we have lighter wind gusting ten to 20 miles per hour but still breezy and future cast noon time on wednesday and drive home we have the potential of few more rain drops left. last of the rain attached this morning. highs today going to be limited to the 70s. mid to upper 70s over southeastern massachusetts and boston about 73, worcester 71 so it is going to be a mild day, muggy day, also breezy and wet from time to time. lows tonight in the 60s, tomorrow closer to 80? but as you saw still the risk for showers through thursday morning. thursday 86 and clear out in the afternoon. hot and humid until the end of the week and friday couple morning showers and 89 and partial sun on saturday, sunday gearing up for another round of
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>> sar flights from boston passengers having trouble checking airport around the world and passengers on two flights to london faced london delays and 8:00 a.m. on schedule. this morning the airline issued an apology for the problem. >> gene: nfl player facing felony charges after drunken fight involving a 70-year-old man. bruce miller was arrested around 3:00 yesterday morning in san francisco. police say he tried to get into
orlando couple was in the room. there was altercation and miller then went outside. >> massachusetts native became award-winning actor ready to release the first rock 'n roll album. michael chickless in andover and studied in b.u. and start in the shield and next week he plans to release album called influence. chickless s artist like bruce springsteen and queen. >> dispute between neighbors why one tennessee family is without a home. police say one man reportedly used a backhoe to bulldoze on saturday. john higdon who lived in the destroyed home say they don't understand why it happened. >> wow why would you want to put a family out of their home unless cold hearted, right? >> official paint a different picture saying it was likely a
they say higdon reported people shining lights into his house and suspected his neighbors employees. higdon was arrested hours before his home was destroyed for firing warning shots into the woods. >> a florida woman behind bars after setting what she thought was her exboyfriend's car on fire. the woman set fire to the car in the hopes of getting back at her exboyfriend, but it turns out it wasn't his car. honda accord belonged to another man that says his roommate told him about the names. the woman second-degree arson. not so smart. >> big mistake there. >> gene: 7:56. one man got himself in trouble mixing cooking and love for auto repair. police impounded the vehicle. >> shiri: breezy showers in the forecast the next two days and hot and humid turn and time out the the changes coming up.
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>> sara: explosion after a late night drive and person that shot the video says disney is to blame. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: it is tuesday morning, september 6th. i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: we are still dealing with tropical timeline when you could expect rain and winds. >> shiri: worst of the wind will happen now but does stay breezy and does stay damp for the next two days. this is post tropical storm hermine not looking as pretty from radar this morning. still has 65 miles per hour winds attached to it and next two days. kind of hover to the south and eventually takes off to the north and east but it loses the tropical characteristics and
the end of week and going to be a storm moving out to sea. right now lighter showers on tap. temperature at 63 in boston, 60 in worcester, 70 in new bedford. and 69 in hyannis. going to have patchy light rain through the morning commute. we have also got some stronger gusts down across southeastern massachusetts, wind gusting 21 miles per hour in mashpee, 18 miles per hour in falmouth, 26 miles per hour in nantucket. now, this is nothing like the winds we had yesterday. it will be breezy but not as showers, although going to be kind of scattered throughout the day. in boston start 60s, 69? at 10:00 this morning, noon time 71, highs max out only in the low 70s there, so it is going to be a cooler day, time out most of the breaks in the rain coming up. >> pretty awful drive time. >> best way to put it, shiri, mess out there this morning, especially on the pike. we have had two accidents one
pike causing backups that are causing all the way back to route 9 in framingham. haven't seen a steady red traffic flow like this in months. really problematic. we also have new accident on the expressway. it is southbound at furnace brook parkway but as i take you out to live pictures, it is a parking lot. both directions. used to northbound delays but now southbound because of the accident things very slow. here are live drive times and we are still hovering right around two hours on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. an hour south. hour 20 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. >> gene: and we continue to follow breaking news in new hampshire where a suspicious death investigation is underway in the small town of danville. that's north of plaistow. the state's attorney general and state police major crime unit spent several hours investigating 23 caramel drive. neighbors tell us police arrived at the scene around 7:00 last night. right now attorney general's
other than saying the death is suspicious. fox25 michael henrich live at the scene and have full report coming up in the next half hour. >> sara: rough seas and dangerous rip currents causing problems along the coast but travel to the island still getting back on schedule. stephanie coueignoux live on hyannis where ferries are running again this morning, stephanie. >> stephanie: yeah. the ferry we showed you heading out to nantucket actually on its way speaking with passengers is to exactly how the waters were. but taking look behind me at hyannis harbor, you can see that there really aren't too many waves. again, we are being protected. it is a little bit breezy and finally it was calm enough for the very first ferry to head on out at around 6:15 this morning. this is some video that we took when the first ferry actually headed out to nantucket. it was finally full of
captain telling me that before making that decision look at weather data and conditions can change so quickly this really is a trip by trip basis. so again before everybody ferry service look at data and head on out. meantime unfortunately service is still canceled yet for another day islands and earlier and told me that the water as of now is calm enough to head to and from nantucket. >> look at weather buoy, had throw foot seas this morning which is really not bad for the boast. this morning light wind and buoy says in the middle go with that
it is. >> stephanie: brand-new boat and put into service on friday and told me it wasn't exactly sure how the boat would handle these choppy conditions so reaching out to him as well once he returns here to hyannis but again not everyone trying to avoid these conditions and coming up in 30 minutes the very up close and personal experience the coast guard had with hermine. in hyannis, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 recovering after rear-ended. driver plowed into the back of the suv. this hand just after 1:00 this morning. state police tell us the trooper was conscience and alert after the accident but was taken to the hospital as precaution. 21-year-old lilly read of quincy was arrested at the scene and charged with drunk driving. >> sara: right now police
greenway. jessica reyes live on grown way where there's neighbors on edge, jess. >> sara: >> jessica: guy wearing breaking news jersey at the time and happened to be homeless. happened to be across the street here and just across the street from the aquarium near atlantic avenue and state street. this all happened 4:00 yesterday morning. man sexually assaulted her and then took off. during the day we know this is one of the busiest parts of the city, people coming and going from work and this time of year there are also a lot of tourists and family who pass through every single day. we spoke with a woman who lives in this area and she says she has never heard of anything like this happening here before. >> kind of shocked it is
a lot of people that live around here, good business. >> jessica: victim told police she did not know them but brief description what she looked like. believed either white or hispanic, between 40 and 50 years old. he was wearing a dark-colored breaking news jersey at the time ana now, police are continuing to look into this this morning. still working to track the person down but asking anyone with further information to give them a call. live in boston, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: officer wilter dormevil was arrested for lewd and open sex acts saturday afternoon. he was banned from campus when
a school employee witnessed the whole thing. >> can't imagine how they would be feeling. i mean it is a very safe place, very safe school, so i'm not sure how they would react to something like that. >> gene: dormville has been placed on leave. >> sara: man accused of using pepper spray on two boston police officers will be in court to mace on officers as they chased him through apartment building in brighton. armelio had 20 warrants out for his arrest and history of resisting police. injured officers will be okay. >> sara: use of body cameras by police officers. the union representing the officers wants to stop a pilot program due to start next week. 100 officers have been selected to wear the cameras.
violation of an agreement that it has with the city. mayor marty walsh tells fox25 he hopes the cameras will be allowed. >> we will see what happens. moving forward. officer trained and ready to hit the streets with them and see what the judge does but ready to go. >> sara: if approved the pilot program will run for six months. >> gene: mass dot have series of hearing. starting october 28th drivers will vehicles without ez pass will receive a bill in the mail. first meeting on the change will happen tonight at union station in worcester. six other hearings will take place over the next few weeks. >> sara: high winds from hermine made things complicated for crews battling a massive house fire in rhode island. this video shows you what firefighters were up against
joe skeffington. the home is worth more than $3 million. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. >> sara: investigators in new hampshire say this is the little girl killed in horse riding accident at lancaster fair. four-year-old mckenna may calder died friday. she was thrown from a horse during a riding show. last summer father and young daughter were killed when a circus tent collapsed at the same fairgrounds. >> gene: heading to brand-new school. construction of the 80 million-dollar building started nearly two years ago. it is on the site of the town's previous high school. schools have been merged for the last two years while construction was ongoing. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. this morning that includes breaking news about our drive time on the pike eastbound. we are well over 100 minutes as you head from 495 to mass ave because of an accident right
the weston tolls right around route 16. shiri? >> shiri: winds are significantly lighter than they were yesterday. right now we got a 26 miles per hour gust coming out of nantucket and worcester. beverly busting at 20 miles per hour. strongest wind expected this morning and then you could see they are going to be fading as we inch our way into the afternoon, at least lightening up, probably gusting into the teens than anything else from the drive home from work later today, dressed for the 60s now, 70s drive home from work, chance for rain all day long and i wi next. >> gene: landmark along the pacific coast is destroyed in an instant but this was not done from mother nature. act of vandalism that could lead to charges.
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>> gene: quincy homeowner brand-new scoreboard when looks out the kitchen window. >> >> sara: fox25 daniel miller joins us in the control room. >> daniel: part of 15 million-dollar improve 789 project at the school? big, state-of-the-art and homeowner it is eyesore. 25 feet wide and 20 feet tall, north quincy high new scoreboard not scoring any points with sky. they have lived in the price street home for more than 20 years, this is the view from the back deck and here is what you see from the backyard. >> summertime we have the
extends to the fence and scoreboard close. how close? 54 inches. >> we were grateful it wasn't behind our house which is terrible because we don't wish anything ill upon the neighbors. >> daniel: everyone had a certain level of privacy. >> everyone's property line used to be covered with mature trees and took down al >> daniel: city will plant trees for buffer. he is not sure how it will work for him. >> daniel: asking about the scoreboard but haven't heard back. construction on new field
end of the calendar year. in the control room this morning. >> gene: los angeles police recommending police charging danny mathers, charge that carries sentence six months up in jail. posted photo of taking photo down. >> back to the breaking news on pike and this is -- some of the residual delays in the opposite direction. westbound on the pike. we had an accident eastbound on the pike and this is what we are seeing westbound because of all of these people tapping brakes to see what's going on. map location of the accident and delays stretching all the way back to 495. that's why we have been in the triple digits for the drive times on the pike for the bulk
clear southbound on the expressway it is right at furnace brook parkway parkway. here are live drive times and at left we gained a few minutes, now down to hour 44 minutes. on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave and here you can see only 22 minutes from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel. bulk of all of that slow -- slow conditions are prior to the weston tunnel. shiri, also see visi commuters today. >> wherever locks like this in boston, julie, we can count on some kind of problems out there. this morning we have -- we have fog, we got rain and back to school for kids and umbrellas with them and light to moderate showers from time to time today and also dangerous surf and rip currents that were going to be breaking down coming up in a
these are sustained winds at 18 miles per hour in boston, 20 miles per hour nantucket, yes we got some stronger gusts but the gusts this morning are more like 20 to 30 miles per hour in spots like beverly and worcester and nantucket. this is so far short of the wind that we had yesterday. yesterday nantucket reporting wind gust of 64 miles per hour and gusting into the 50s for the cape and islands, even plymouth with 43 miles per hour gust yesterday. so yes, the but we still got hermine out there and she still going to be rolling some of the waves of wet weather into town. we will find some gusty showers basically today, tomorrow and thursday as long as this storm on the map. oranges where we have tropical storm warnings posted but i feel like any kind of gust that's strong is going to be incredibly isolated today. so winds still at about 65 miles
position as moving very slowly westward at 6 miles per hour and slow movement and noon time today we got spot showers, mostly cloudy skies. you could find a couple thin clouds and going to be stubborn and biggest feature of the forecast along with occasional wind that is going to be slowly trickling down and lightening and up potential of showers for the evening commute, chance for showers here for the morning commute tomorrow as we pause futu slowly what's going to happen late on wednesday is that it is slowly going to start lifting to the north and east and eventually going to dissipate and going to be out of here by thursday morning. until then look at that wednesday, a lot like today. we end up with potential for showers. quarter inch of rain what we already have, highs today get only into the 70s, back into the sixties overnight and jump
breezy out there, thursday morning that's the end of hermine showers and start to clear out and turns hot and humid and up at 89? on friday with partly sunny skies, slight risk of morning shower. saturday dry day over the weekend at 82, chance for showers is back on sunday. back to you. >> gene: 8:21. still ahead on the fox25 morning news. local man's quiet retreat in the woods is ruined. noisy neighbors that has suing his hometown. gene: one man didn't use
coast can be. >> julie: manuesed frying pan. driver charged with several traffic. >> all about multi-tasking. drive to work and fry an egg. >> sara: firework hits ahead of the bus exploding in the middle of the road. think it could have been a firework from show going on in hollywood studio park that misfired and hit the road. the youtubeer said it flew off. >> julie: i'm impressed. julie: tropical rain forest feature if the building in 2018. rain forest will mimic the
course, rain and humidity. special sensors will determine where people are so the rain will not fall directly. top floor of entertainment tower that will connect the hotels to apartments. projects still in the early stages sounds like public will also be able to check out and visit the rain forest. >> what cool thing for kids, even adults. think there will be birds and monkeys cruising around? >> i bet there will be couple birds and rain experience. >> shiri, what do you think. >> as long as no monkey, not fan of monkeys. rip currents outer cape today and going to be the biggest of the waves and most dangerous of the rip currents there for the outer cape as well as the north shore and sea coast, so basically coastlines that have the open ocean and aren't protected. so we are going to go over the
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rain and bands of rain attached to her this morning. here is latest, light rain in spots like melrose, newton, natick over to norwood and hingham and 20 miles per hour in beverly and gusts kind of hard to come by, nantucket 26 miles per hour and light patchy showers and cape over to plymouth and just a little bit of rain hanging on in worcester, marlboro, clinton, 21 miles per hour gusts and yesterday we had gusts 50, 60 miles per hour. today the winds continue to lighten so this afternoon i could see a couple 20 or 30 miles per hour gusts and 70s? at 99 time, 74 at 3:00 p.m. and patchy showers continue and not all the time, not all today and put up with the clock and hour-by-hour
time traffic this morning and big headaches on the road. >> pike has been such a problem for us this morning, shiri. going to take you out there live to the pictures and this is westbound where we are seeing the heaviest volume through brighton because of earlier accident in the eastbound lanes. this is what we get stuck with as people tap the brakes and what's going on. accident site near route 16 heading from weston into newton and delays still stretching all the way back to 495. want to earlier accident southbound at furnace brook parkway has cleared about still heavy steady volume there. good thing is we have dropped below the triple digits and now just at an hour and 34 minutes on the pike. small victory. minutes on expressway and almost an hour and 20 minutes on 128 peabody. >> sara: breaking news out of new hampshire where the attorney
investigate a suspicious death. this happened on caramel drive in quiet town of danville. fox25 michael henrich live outside the home right now where spoke with neighbors earlier this morning. >> state police rival around 7:00 last night, that's what told me here on scene on caramel drive a little bit ago and state police are still on scene. one cru here throughout the night since we arrived several hours ago and also see the police tape still securing this house here where suspicious death investigation is centered upon. the attorney general's office has simply put out that yes, this is a suspicious death investigation. i followed up with questions about who might have lost their life and what the circumstances are surrounding that death. also just followed up again
continued risk at this point. of course, if you live in the danville area questions chief among your mind and report right away. i'm michael henrich, for example 25 news. >> gene: back to weather as brace for windy day on the cape, stephanie coueignoux live in hyannis where the seas are still rough but the ferries are running this stephanie, good morning. wind gusts will be a lot less. >> stephanie: see that translated into american flag resting quite a bit this morning and good news and out here and outside ticket office and lining
finally get on to the ferry to nantucket and yes, captain said it was safe. so from this video you could see a lot of those passengers boarding that very first ferry since forced all the cancellations yesterday. the captain told me before they decided to head on out that he did analyze the weather data and made the determination that the waves were small enough and calm enough to travel. however, rough surf continues to force high l cancel their service to and from martha's vineyard and between the islands for a second day in a row. here is why. five to 6-foot waves, wind up to
>> your recreational voters, seasoned sailors and people don't knowing any better thinking they can handle it and get in situation they can handle quickly. >> stephanie: captain of the 6:15 ferry that the conditions can change so quickly, make re-assessment before head on out before every ferry service tripped today, so again, it is not completely smooth sailing as of yet. we are expecting those passengers to arrive within the we will ask them exactly how that return trip was backed. >> sara: disturbing site cause concern. molotov cocktail found in front lawn of police officer's home over the weekend. it is not certain if the device meant as threat against police but boston mayor marty walsh
>> i don't know how it was put there, why put there, intended to be there but know we are doing investigation. somebody looks apparently to target somebody's home that's a whole different story. >> sara: lug nuts were loosened. bic headed back to court, block key evidence in assault trial testimony in accuser lawsuit and comedian charged with drugging and molesting a woman that meant order at temple university in 2004. >> gene: check out these pictures. residents on beryl avenue bed
party house and other one reads that is the party house. on twitter police wrote welcome back bridgewater state and thank you for trying to make the jobs easier. not that often that road sign causes drivers to rubberneck on highway. then again not that often that highway sign looks like this. someone stuck sticker of woman dancing on pole on blank sign that noted nearby attraction along a new hampshire highway. state police say they don't know crews later removed the sticker. >> sara: zip line opened at irish cultural center and patriot ledger says neighbor suing the board. the operator of the park used wrong address on public
notified by the town. >> gene: red sox started labor day weekend by scoring 27 runs combined on friday and saturday. last two days well they have scored only one. sox in san diego. nice graph at second base. the next inning padres get on the board. adam send the ball deep to left. tries to solo shot but not enough red sox lose two-one and al east and two teams will meet tonight in san diego. >> julie: 96 the minutes 495 to framingham to mass ave. shiri? >> over tenth of inch of rain
most of what we have had has been pretty light rain but on top of that we could pick up another tenth to quarter inch of rain. timing out the showers and wind for you next. >> she wanted revenge but got felony charges instead. mistake trying exboyfriend's car. >> sara: cruise ship sailed right through hermine. >> gene: big story of the morning shiri's forecast as she >> gene: big story of the morning shiri's forecast as she trac fios is not cable. >> gene: big story of the morning shiri's forecast as she trac we're wired differently.
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travelers anywhere from lynn and arlington and lincoln and milton canton franklin easton this morning bellingham and spots that are going to experience wet roadways so grab an umbrella before you go. >> gene: two months out from election day and brand-new poll what voters are thinking. you could see the tables are turning. donald trump now leading into now should i say -- has over hillary clinton by two points. despite the new numbers most voters still expect hillary clinton to win the presidency come november. trying to win over undecided voters and daniel miller joins us with campaign stop in ohio spending the holiday weekend. >> daniel: presidential
coughing spell. instead of speech what's the catch in her throat. candidate take break in stride. >> every time i think about trump i get allergic. >> daniel: must be allergic to media and finally spent a with them. >> so excited. >> daniel: bringing traveling media on board. >> waiting. >> daniel: not to be outdone small batch of reporters, plane inside one another at same ohio airport, clean sign the fall election season has begun but
like thieves. >> attack american institution. >> daniel: what she blames on seasonal allergies. >> concerned about conspiracy theories of your health. >> not concerned about the conspiracy theories, there are so many of them i lost track of them. >> two months until election day and fox25 will have complete coverage here on air and online at fox25boston.com. in the newsroom, i'm daniel >> gene: president of the philippines regrets making crude comment about president obama. yesterday rodrigo used phrase son of a bleep when talking about mr. obama and caused white house to cancel meeting between two leaders that were scheduled today and both leaders in lause for a summit and group of nations in southeast asia. presidents were expected to
live look with new accident on expressway. you could see it is right next to freeport street. that's the sign seeing in live picture. police car on scene and off to the right-hand shoulder so thankfully not blocking any lanes on the expressway. victory road near furnace brook parkway parkway. pike looking much better. at least in the traffic flow on maps, a little bit -- amount of but drive time still higher than usual. hour and a half on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 32 minutes on expressway, less than hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, we have been struggling with visibility out there on the roads as well. >> yeah, we have. add to weather threat list. if we did fog in slight category just because a little bit of
and winds that we have a lot less than yesterday. do not see much in the way of damaging gusts today. if we have it will be isolated over the cape and islands or southcoast. high surf and rip currents though that remains one of the biggest concerns and that's also something that's going to linger once hermine is done we are still going to see some issues along the coastline in bigger waves, rip currents, beach erosion as well and along the immediate coast you could see especial cape a little protected here, waves not as big but just off of cape ann we have got 7-foot waves off of the cape and seven to 9-foot waves off the southcoast and we got anywhere up to 10-foot waves so much bigger the bigger out and protected cleans rip of rip currents and worst of the wave today so have to be careful in and around the coastline. post tropical storm hermine,
at 65 miles per hour and whole thing going to get a little stuck over the next couple days. wavering two and fro, staying to the south. timeline only goes through thursday at 2:00 a.m. whipped -- winds getting 40 miles per hour and absorbed to another system and push out to sea. today we have scattered showers. we have also got winds gusting anywhere from about 20 to 35 miles per hour but even those estimates think they are a little too high. 10:00 a.m. i think mostly seeing 20 miles per hour gusts and patchy showers and bands attached to hermine and pivot off the ocean and some areas still dealing with wet weather. others have cloudy dry conditions and thin spots in the clouds and a little bit of filtered sunshine and don't want to overtalk it because don't
gusting ten to 20 miles per hour here on wednesday you see the patches of green moving through the morning and take you into the afternoon here and very similar set-up tomorrow. just the wind will be a little bit lighter and temperature will be a little bit warmer. so today it is going to be mid to upper 70s for southeastern massachusetts cape and islands 73 and 71 in worcester, 74 from lowell over to nashua, new hampshire. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view 60s overnight and wi thursday morning that's last of hermine showers and hot and humid end of the week and 89 on friday with slight risk of morning shower and then partly sunny and partial sun on saturday and risk for more rain on sunday. back to you. >> cruise ship straight into hermine. encountered massive waves on way to bermuda. post tropical cyclone winds
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>> sara: big problems for british air passengers having trouble airport around the world at logan last night passengers long delays. earlier today the airline issued problem. >> nfl player facing felony charges after a drunken fight involving a 70-year-old man. bruce miller of 49ers was arrested around 3:00 yesterday afternoon in san francisco. police say he tried to get into hotel room that was not his. older couple was in the room.
with the husband and couple's adult son. witnesses say miller went outside the hotel and vomited. he was cut by 49ers immediately after the arrest. >> gene: michael chickless studied in b.u. and tv's the shield but next week plans to release album called influence. chickless says the music is springsteen and queen. >> sara: police say one man reportedly used backhoe to bulldoze neighbor's house saturday morning. john higdon and family who lived in the destroyed home say they don't understand why this happened. >> put family out of their home
>> sara: shining lights into his house and suspected neighbor's employees. higdon was arrested hours before the home was destroyed for firing warning shots into the woods. sara: woman set fire to car in hopes of getting back at exboyfriend but turns out it wasn't his car. them about the flames. the woman has been charged with second-degree arson. >> gene: what shut down of itt means for students. >> summer like turn and time out changes next.
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prevent headaches and migraines. talk to a headache specialist today. >> shiri: hermine brings more wet weather and winds and where feel the strongest gust and where the storm will finally leave new england. >> julie: rough seas but ferries back >> daniel: showdown happening hours from now that could put program on hold. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: cape and islands especially nantucket expected to feel the strongest wind gust today and rain lingers throughout the area for everyone