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the students responded to that request, actually spending photos backs. administrators have not clarified whether the photos the boys sent were of themselves or others, but they did hold an assembly with the entire sophomore class, alerting them to the situation. they say right now, they don't know if the fake account holder is a member of the school community or if etc. someone on the outside. and they also don't know their age, location, or gender. but administrators brought in a police sergeant to remind kids of the legal ramifications here, which were restated in a letter to paren embarrassment and emotional distress, sending pictures like this qualifies as dissemination of child pornography, which is a felony. the kids are also being reminded, if you use snapchat, instagram, facebook, any social media site, if you delete that image, it doesn't actually go away. it continues to exist on the service provider's network and it can be used in court. that message going out to the community tonight, school officials also asking anyone with information to come forward to police, an for parents to
for now, live in weston, jacqui heinrich, fox 25 news. >> vanessa: also breaking tonight, a deadly crash in marlboro, it happened on elm street. part of that road remains closed right now. we're told this is a single car crash, but we don't yet know who the victim is and what happened leading up to this. we have a crew on the scene now, gathering information, look for a live report on the way at 6:30 p.m. >> mark: turning now to the weather, hermine is spinning in the atlantic near the new jersey coast. it is weakening, but as you can see, looking live in duxbury, is continues to bring us rain and rough waters off the coast. kevin, the tropical storm warnings were dropped, but we're still going to be dealing with this until tomorrow. >> kevin: it's still going to be spinning around out there, so we have to watch for that rough surf, the riptides and a couple showers from time to time. the only place a high surf advisory has been the coast of new hampshire, up around hampton beach. you have to be careful if you're going in the water when you have
martha's vineyard, it's moved away from us. it was certainly closer this morning, when meteorologist shiri spear was talking to you. this is sending rain toward new jersey, but also toward us. there are bands of rainshowers that keep rotating on in. now the heaviest, closer to the storm center by a little bit. going through rhode island, you saw coming through the attleboro and plainville area, these are weak showers left over. norwell to sciate this evening, a couple of showers here in the westport and north of new bedford, spots of yellow in there, so it's downpour. wrentham to franklin and out of plainville, this is the one coming down hard, a few minutes ago, that has now weakened into a lesser shower as it comes on by. rainshowers out there, i want to make sure you know about them for your evening plans. i'll tell you what's going on with hermine the next couple of days, how our weather improves just ahead. >> mark: ferry services getting back together after stormy weather caused cancellations. if you were watching the fox 25 morning news, you watched the
the captain told us waves have calmed down. one passenger who made the journey back from nantucket said the waters are still a little rough. >> it was a little choppy. i have two sea sick passengers, two not sea sick passengers, so probably better than expected. we didn't think we were getting off last night. >> mark: he has his hands full. ferry service sincere on a case-by-case basis. heading to or from the islands over the next couple of days, check with the ferry company before heading out. keep the tropics this hurricane season, download our free fox 25 weather app for cuss. sized forecast final regular season our meteorologist and storm tracker radar. >> vanessa: also tonight, the data of this infamous gorilla quickly became an internet sensation. harambe no laughing matter at the state's largest university. a few r.a.'s at umass are actually banning harambe jokes, because some say they have racist implications. fox 25's ted daniel live with
ted? >> the reporter: we just met with the umass spokesperson before we came on the air, vanessa, he tells us, a pair of resident assistants acted on their own, when they ordered students to stop joking about the dead gorilla. to fully understand this situation, you need to understand the cultural phenomenon that is harambe. in may, cincinnati zookeeper shot and killed a gorilla, named harambe to protect a 4-year-old boy who fell into his enclosure. multilayered national debate about animal welfare and parenting. the controversy seemed to take a bizarre life of its own. parodies and satire followed and just the name harambe became a joke of its own. >> i think people like to make a big deal out of things, and like use it as a joke. >> i see people wearing shirts, people have like computer stickers, it's not racially based at all. >> the reporter: that brings us to umass, and this two resident
more dorm building. the r.a.'s warn that very crude remarks about the deceased gorilla will be considered derogatory, microaggressions that are a directed attack to our campus' african-american community. the r.a.'s referenced an african heritage student community group, with a similar sounding name, harambe-i. >> it was sort of an educational moments that they were trying to show. involved. it was a matter of hey, there's a group that's been here for a long time, there are fellow students, and there can be misunderstanding and misperception. >> the reporter: and the umass spokesperson you just heard from said the r.a.'s had the best intentions in mind when they sent out that email, and he stressed that umass does not limit free speech. reporting live on the campus in amherst, ted daniel, fox 25 news. >> mark: tonight, the death of a
fox 25 morning news when we first learned about the scene unfolding in the small town of danville, new hampshire. just north of plaistow. new hampshire state police along with the fire marshal were in and out of 23 carmel drive in darnville all day. the homeowner's family telling us the police notified them this morning, joanne boucher was found dead inside the home sunday night after police got an emergency call. police have not released any information about the victim or whether they are looking for a suspect. >> vanessa: right now, police are searching for a man for a sexual assault on the rose kennedy greenway. the victim says she was walking home when she was attacked by a stranger near the carousel. she said the attacker took off running. she described the man as white or hispanic in his 40's or 50's, with some scruff on his face, and says he was wearing a dark colored bruins jersey, and a baseball hat. >> mark: the driver who plunged his car into the cape cod canal today is now facing charges, including operating to endanger. bourne police posted this video of a crane lifting the car from the water this afternoon.
drove into the canal. here's the crane. he got out of the car on his own. emergency crews helped him to shore and then rushed him to the hospital with minor injuries. >> vanessa: a very dangerous drive on the expressway. a state trooper hurt when a car rear ends his cruiser early this morning. tomorrow, a quincy woman will appear in court to face drunk driving charges in connection to that crash. but tonight only fox 25 is sitting down with the colonel of the state police, who tells us, he's concerned about the safety of his men and fox 25's katherine burcham live tonight in weston, where the head of the state police tells us, drivers simply are not listening. katherine? >> the reporter: vanessa, this isn't just a problem for state police here at the barracks. it's also been a very dangerous summer for workers in highway construction zones. and tonight, the colonel says, he's hoping a new initiative with massdot will help curb this dangerous issue.
sits down with fox 25 just hours after learning another one of his troopers was sent to the hospital by a suspected drunk driver. >> they're trained extremely well how to stop a vehicle, and where to position themselves. nevertheless, it's the unexpected. >> the reporter: the unexpected this summer, a rise in crashes on the side of local highways. in march, trooper thomas clardy was killed when a driver rear-ended his crowdser. since then, two other troopers have been injured in accidents, as well as several highway worker drivers. >> i think, society in general, respect to be able to allow people to work hard without being injured in their jobs. >> the reporter: just a few weeks ago, state police and massdot began a new partnership to combat the rising safety issues. the colonel says while the campaign for the move over law has been successful, the driving public still seems to disregard warnings against driving while impaired. >> it can be very frustrating.
message time and time again. >> the reporter: tonight, the state's top cop is appealing to drivers once again, to help protect those trying to protect us. >> i really feel the effort on what some of those responsibilities and duties are. >> the reporter: and the colonel says with the end of the construction detail season, they hope to move some of those resources back out on to patrol to look for impaired drivers with this new task force, arrested nearly 20 suspected drunk drivers near construction work zones. live in weston, katherine burcham, fox 25 news. >> mark: boston police commissioner william evans says his department has nothing to hide. the top cop taking the stand in the past two hours, defending his department's decision to launch a body camera pilot program. fox 25 sharman sachetti live at suffolk court where the union wants to go back to the bargaining table before officers wear those cameras. sharman?
explained on the stand, he never meant to force this down anyone's throat, but when they asked for volunteers, they got nobody. boston police commissioner william evans taking the stand, saying he absolutely believes he can tell officers to wear body cameras for a pilot program especially since out of 1500 officers, the city says not a single one volunteered. >> i have never seen an [inaudible] really encouraging union members to step up. >> the reporter: the commissioner said the city had asked for volunteers, but had a feeling police were being told not to by their union. >> we never go against the union. that's an unwritten rule. they stand united and if the president and the association says don't volunteer, you be ostracized if you volunteer. >> the reporter: but the police union says it's on board with body cameras. it just wants some questions answered first. and the union president
>> do you take the action to discourage your members from volunteering? >> not at all ever. >> the reporter: the aclu meantime, which filed a brief in the case, telling us, they're not sure the union is entirely on board with the idea. >> do you feel -- >> police able to say, hey, you have to wear these. >> like a gun and a badge. >> the reporter: and the commissioner was still on the stand when they broke for the day. this will continue tomorrow. he's expected to get back up on the stand. walsh just yesterday, he told me, they have these body cameras, they're ready to go, this judge expects to issue a decision friday. we're live here in boston, sharman sachetti, fox 25 news. >> mark: campus closed. >> vanessa: a college suddenly shuts down when classes are supposed to be starting up. thousands of local students stranded. where they can turn for help. >> kevin: still tracking showers rotating through southern new england. this is all associated with hermine. yep, that storm is still churning to our south.
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murdered, part of her body set on fire and dumped by the side of the road. tonight, vanessa marcotte's killer is still out there and her murder haunts another family. >> vanessa: they've been waiting for justice for nine years. her killer never found. fox 25's bob ward featured this case on new england's unsolved, and bob, there is some similarities between these two cases. >> the reporter: yeah, there sure are some similarities, but i have to say, no one in law enforcement is yet linking these cases together. oliverra was murdered and her body on fire. her family has been waiting for justice for more than nine years. >> it's just hard. we don't know what happened. >> you loved your sister? >> with all my heart. >> the reporter: brendan was danielle's baby brother. nine years ago, danielle's badly burned body was discovered smoldering at the bottom of a tree behind a warehouse in
>> do you think she was still alive. >> there was smoke in her lungs. >> the reporter: danielle was still alive when she was set on fire. >> yeah. >> the reporter: that's brutal. >> horrible. >> the reporter: at the time of her murder, danielle oliveira was 26 years old, a single mom, last seen in chelsea hanging out with friends. nine years later, there is no justice, danielle's killer is still out there. >> how difficult is that? trying to find out what happened to your sister? >> hard. you start to feel like she's not important. >> the reporter: one month ago, another young woman, vanessa marcotte, murdered in princeton, her body set on fire and her killer was not caught. on one level, there is one connection. >> what would you say to that family what they kneel? >> -- what they feel. >> trying to hold on to hope, because hopefully they're getting it soon and they don't
>> the reporter: i checked with middlesex county d.a. marian ryan's office and i'm told the investigation into the murder of danielle oliveira is still open. anyone with information contact wilmington police or mass state police assigned to d.a. ryan's office. by way, tomorrow is danielle oliveira's birthday. >> mark: the district attorney says he wants bill cosby's trying to go to trial than june of next year. the judge didn't rule on whether 13 other accusers could testify or whether prosecutors could use cosby's deposition or a phone call by constand's mother. he'll rule on the phone call within a week. >> vanessa: senator elizabeth warren is hitting the campaign trail again this week, to stump for presidential democratic hopeful, hillary clinton. the senior senator from massachusetts will return to philadelphia just a month after
warren has events at the university of pennsylvania on friday. red sox star david ortiz is chiming in on the election tonight, taking a swing at donald trump, over his comments concerning latinos. in a spanish language interview for "u.s.a. today," bin papi says latinos deserve moreira expect than they are getting from the republican presidential nominee. he says as latino deserve moreira expect, especially our mexican brothers who come here willing to do all the dirty work. at 6:00 p.m. tonight, expect a lower voter turnout for this week's state primary election. secretary of state william gavin is expecting an 8% to 10% turnout on thursday. the low turnout is expected because there are very few except i have island starting races even on the ballot, as well as the election falling on a thursday instead of the usual tuesday and that was due to
>> kevin: technically, not even a named storm anymore, but we'll still call it hermine, national hurricane center has cease and desisted from talking about this storm system. they're letting go of it and it's now our responsibility to track it from here on out. no more computer models in the hurricane center being run. now it's all the usual forecasting we do and here's what we're looking at. a spinning storm, 190 southwest of martha's vineyard, way up here, that's the closest point to southern new england, waves. the heavy surf advisories have been dropped for most areas. now, i said there were no more advisories, the national welcome to has now extended the high surf advisory for south coastal bristol county, that's you, horseneck beach area, for instance. out on the vineyard and to nantucket, but not east-facing beaches any more, because the waves have calmed down. between 4 and 6-foot waves hitting the coastal areas to the south, an rain bands continue to twist on in here.
heavy, but there are a couple of heavier ones, like this one right here, moving through the south shore. then there are some more down here around plymouth, on set and into rochester, where you're seeing some heavy rain, look at the yellow that shows up here, when i zoom down into the townof rochester. i'm not even going to try to pronounce that one. heavy shower if you're from rochester, you know what i'm talking about. off to the north and east of there, there's heavy rain here that's getting up toward the middleboro area, on set, some near the beach, a heavy downpour had been coming on through, now the green on radars it was yellow a few minutes ago, right along 25, 195 becomes 25, heading off to the cape? that's the area we're talking about. heavier back in rhode island. still yellow is coming through here, that's heavy rain, just rotated through newport and moving off towards kingston and warwick and providence area. flight travelers have to be
getting to and from the airport, you have green there. showers will continue to rotate on in through the evening and tomorrow morning and through the day tomorrow, but you also get breaks of sun here and there, like you're seeing right in here. won't necessarily be specifically right here 8:00 p.m. tomorrow evening, but through the day tomorrow, bits and pieces, breaks of sunshine will come out. fewer showers in the forecast. by thursday, what's left of that storm called hermine will try to track on out of here and leave us with a couple of showers. i'm skeptical we'll even get any showers by thursday morning, but certainly in the afternoon, warming up considerably. that will continue into friday as well. so didn't nancy reagantime this evening, in the upper 60's to about 70. king, new hampshire, 76. more sun the farther north and west you were today. dew points are well into the 60's, so we're talking about almost tropical feel to the area, even if we're not getting a tropical system to move on in. high temperatures tomorrow n that sticky air, are going to get up to around 80 degrees. quincy, 78. watertown, getting up to 80 tomorrow afternoon. it will feel warmer with the humidity way up there. that humidity sticking around thursday and friday as the sun
into the mid and upper 80's. early friday, there's a risk of a shower. coming on through with a front bringing clouds on thursday, in addition to what's leaving from hermine in the morning and by this weekend, another chance for showers moving in by sunday. >> vanessa: a fabulous five of a different kind. meet the wives and mothers now responsible for protecting their town. and hear why their chief says these brave ladies are a perfect fit. >> mark: first, the came of cat and mouse. wait until you hear how the
>> mark: tonight, the massachusetts d.o.t. is hearing from drivers about the new toll changes along the pike. it's a story we've been following for months. next month, tolls will be collected in part by using cameras on the mass pike and in the tunnels. but, there are some privacy concerns, how much your information is being gathered, how much of it. fox 25's john monahan is live in worcester, where the meeting is about to get underway. mark. that meeting is set to start at 6:30 p.m. at union station in worcester. it's a chance for drivers to give the state's new electronic tolling system the run-through, to give it the once over and give feedback, back to state officials about this new electronic tolling system. now, one big item here on the agenda is the price that people have to pay who do not have an e-z pass. the people who don't, will end up paying significantly more than people who do have one. and the compost will be upwards
site on the scene. you've seen them, the big metal structures along the mass turnpike. then it will cost 60 cents to mail you the invoice. that will be done by cameras, theme take a picture of your place and find out who owns the car and massdot will send the registered owner the bill. the idea of tracking cars has also brought up privacy issues. massdot has procedures in place, tracking speeding cars, for instance, won't be done, but for public emergencies like an amber alert, officials coming tonight will address these concerns. this is the first of seven meetings across the state, once again, set to kick off at 6:30 p.m. we'll be inside and have a full report on drivers' concerns coming up tonight on the fox 25 news at 10:00 p.m. for now, live in worcester, john monahan, fox 25 news. >> vanessa: new at 6:00 p.m., a mouse in the hours. the state house, that is, governor charlie baker, senior adviser, tweeting out this picture today of a staffer with a covered recycling bin,
he said the mouse was spotted right behind the governor's desk. another picture shows the staffer setting the mouse free on the state house lawn. mice are often seen scurrying around hallways and offices in the 218-year-old building. >> mark: i would imagine. have a few friends along for the ride for a turn day. thousands of students supposed to be starting classes left if a tight spot. >> vanessa: their college suddenly closed. what students can do now to get their money back. >> mark: also ahead, a framingham state police officer accused of committing sex crimes coming up, fox 25 news takes student safety concerns to the chief. >> vanessa: a massive crime scene when a woman is found dead in a rural new hampshire town. what we've learned about who else had recently been living in
>> mark: we are staying on top of breaking news. a warning for the principal of weston high school to parents. he says someone has created a fake snapchat tricked some sophomore boys into sending compromising pictures of themselves. so far, the principal says there is no information girls have been targeted. he is asking parents to talk with their children about snapchat as the school investigates. >> vanessa: there is more breaking news tonight, there's been a deadly crash in marlboro. >> mark: it happened on elm street where fox 25's area richie just got to the scene and what are police saying? >> the reporter: well, mark and vanessa, the car was just pulled from the woods about 15 minutes
you can see it on top of the flatbed, it is completely destroyed. as the tow truck wag pulling it from the wood, pieces were just falling off of it. it was impossible to stay together. it's barely recognizable as a vehicle and when you see how deep it was in the brush off of the road, you'll understand why. so let's take a look at that video now. the sedan, somehow went off of elm street in marlboro around 3:30 p.m. this afternoon and laded on its side in this wooded area across from number 488. the only person inside was the driver, man who died at the scene. neighbors herald several bangs around the time of the crash and the impact was so great, it felt like it shook their houses across the street. one neighbor says he and another woman ran over to help, but got no response from the driver. and there was no movement inside. again, the driver was pronounced dead at the scene. police are still working to investigate exactly how this crash happened. it doesn't really seem to make sense the way that items on the
rocked were struck, there really doesn't seem to be a pattern to it, but the impact was so great, that neighbor who went over to try to help, he found this part of the car in his driveway and that's a good distance from where the vehicle landed. so lots of work ahead of investigators tonight, they say they have identified the driver, but right now, they're not releasing that name until the rest of the family is notified. we're going to be here throughout the night, gathering information. we'll bring you another live update tonight on the fox 25 news at 10:00 p.m. for now, live in rich, fox 25 news. >> mark: turning now to the weather, hermine is spinning in the atlantic near the new jersey coast. it is weakening, but it continues to bring us rain, waves around really rough waters. kevin says the effects of hermine will be sticking around for a few days. >> kevin: at least what's left of it. we won't be calling the storm hermine much longer, because the national welcome to relinquishing that title, but what's left of hermine, it's a good way to identify the storms since we've been talking about
90 miles to the southwest of martha's vineyard. it's drifting out here without any real direction before it ejects out of here on thursday morning. if there's anything left of it by thursday morning. still some rain bands that keep circling back into southern new england. they're not heavy, but out there, avon, rockland, over to the beaches of marshfield, drifting toward sciate, light shower activity. heavier into the plymouth area, wareham, lakeville, in wareham, coming down pretty hard, right along 25 coming on through off of 195. th showing up right here, just north of the highway, so some heavy rain in spots, not for everyone, but it's out there. we'll keep tracking those across the area for your dinnertime. >> vanessa: a deadly discovery in a small new hampshire town. right now, police are trying to find out what happened to a woman found dead inside her home in danville, new hampshire. investigators are calling the death suspicious. they've been at the home on carmel drive all day. fox 25's robert goulston spoke to the woman's son, and
i got a knock on the door this morning, telling me what had happened and it's being investigated. ex-husband and son of joanne boucher could not process at first what police were telling them. >> it's a major shock to me. like i never expected it. i don't think anyone expected it. >> the reporter: new hampshire's state police along with the fire marshal were in and out of boucher's home at 23 caramel drive in danville, all day. they also looked at a charred area above her basement window. they are calling her death suspicious. loved sam to death. >> the reporter: the assistant a.g. leading the investigation, tell us they are investigating what happened and no arrest has been made at this point. neighbors tell us, joanne introduced them to a man who began living at their home several months ago. that man has a criminal past. we found him on the sex offender registry with this address listed. police will not comment on any connection he may or may not have to joanne's death and we learned a next door neighbor
but did not see anything out of place. he did notice police looking at the burn mark on the side of her house. >> electrical plasticky kind of spell that would kind of catch your attention. >> the reporter: boucher's family also telling us, there was a problem with the furnace before, so it's unclear if those black char marks had anything to do with what happened. in danville, new hampshire, robert goulston, fox 25 news. >> mark: framingham state university police officer is off the job after being charged with committing a sex crime inside the campus station. the officer denying all the accusations against him. fox 25's crystal haynes has been working this story for two days now hand spoke with the fau police chief. -- fsu police chief. >> we should not be judged by one bad apple. it's very difficult to determine when some individual is always going to become defective. >> the reporter: frank ham state university police chief tells me his officers go through a more than 25 step screening process, before they're given a badge at fsu, with state and federal
saturday, 28-year-old walter dormville was arrested for allegedly per fortunatelying a sex act in front of a student employee working in the dispatch center. >> that was the first thing, i said, ok being are there any other officers doing that and it's just kind of being kept hush-hush. >> the reporter: i put that concern to the chief, who said he terminated the officer today. the officer involved came from a very strong background, both personally and professionally and it really took me surprise. >> the reporter: dormville has been put on leave from the auxiliary police force in revere an after digging, i learned he was also a lodgewood security officer -- longwood security officer, vetted by the police department, but their vice-president tells me, he hasn't worked there for several months. >> today, dormville denied the allegations at his arraignment. the chief tells me this is the first incident reported against officer dormville.
here last saturday. meantime, dormville is due back in court next month. he posted the $500 became. reporting in framingham, crystal haynes, fox 25 news. >> vanessa: a person hit by a car in the campus of umass lowell and tonight, police need help finding the driver they say took o. the 19-year-old who is not a student at the university was crossing the street around 2:00 a.m. monday morning. when a silver sedan slammed into her, launching her in to the air. she was released from the impact was so significant, police believe the sedan should have some kind of damage to its front end. if you think you can help investigators, give lowell police a call. a dorchester man faced a judge today after police say he admitted to hitting and killing a pedestrian, then taking off from the scene. this was our first look at anthony buchanan in court, accused of hitting 46-year-old jeannette simms with a rental car late saturday night in
buchanan later turned himself into police. he's facing motor vehicle homicide while operating under the influence of liquor. >> mark: hingham police are investigating a well coordinated crime. eight to ten men stole 22 phones on display at the apple store. some took off in a white car with a license plate covered, while others ran across the derby street parking lot. those phones are worth more than $14,000. the man accused of using pepper spray on two boston police $50,000 bail tonight. police say fabio armelo used mace on the officers as they chased him through the apartment building. he is suspected of trying to break into an apartment. police say he had more than 20 warrants out for his arrest, and a history of resisting police. a so-called fiddler on the roof imitator will face a judge tomorrow, boston police arrested a new york man after they say he tried to break into several
through their roofs early sunday. one man was home when the suspect walked in to his apartment. >> new at 6:00 p.m., they are wives, mothers, and now they're grove land's bravest. five women joined the fire department's on-call fire department and make up 20% of the staff. the chief tells us the busiest period for them is during the day, so the women free during those hours, really provide a crucial sir advice to the town. >> -- crucial service to the town. the compassion that women bring to firefighting has been a system, and that i was able to give back to my community. i wanted to challenge myself and i think this is a challenge, but both physically and mentally. >> vanessa: the women have a variety of backgrounds if education, as well as dental hygienists and e.m.t.'s. they will all attend a fire academy this fall. >> mark: new at 6:00 p.m., lowell police need the public's help solving a mystery. police recovered the painting of
photographer that recently passed away. it dates back to 1964, it features a lowell police lieutenant. they are hoping to figure out who this man is, so the painting can be returned to his family. >> kevin: hermine, far away and weakening, but still sending rainshowers into southern new england and high surf as well. we'll talk about the remnants and where they're going in the next couple of days. >> vanessa: but first, two local school campus, suddenly shut down. when classes are just supposed to be starting up. thousands of local students now stranded. turn for help when fox 25 news
and thanks to kelly ayotte, along with the textbooks and pencils, many students are carrying more student loan debt. ayotte voted to cut pell grants and to raise student loan
interest rates. because she sides with special interests looking out for their own bottom line, not our kids'. for new hampshire students and families, kelly ayotte is a heavy burden we can't afford. nea advocacy fund is responsible
fox 25's elizabeth hopkins with the advice. >> the reporter: searing words from massachusetts attorney general maura healey. >> today we awoke to the news that itt was closing its campuses and this really doesn't surprise us in the sense that this is one of the typical predatory, for-profit schools that has been out there, taking advantage of students in massachusetts and across this country. >> the reporter: among the locations here, campuses in norwood and wilmington, they are equally devastating for students. who poured time an money into an education that has videos and a photo waited overnight. -- evaporated overnight. now the a.g. is getting word out to students who want to know what to do next. >> first of all, cancel all payments to the school. second thing, save all of your documentation related to the school and any payments made. third and most importantly, if
eligible to have all of your federal loans discharged. >> the reporter: private loans may not be eligible in the same way. the writing has been on the wall in the leadup to the school's collapse. in march, the state filed a lawsuit against the school, alleging deceptive conduct and in arcs the u.s. department of education banned itt from enrolling students who get federal aid. the school was lying to students about graduation rates and job placement and worse when it came to their curriculum. >> a program that purported to offer training, that instead, was a program where students were basically placed in big box stores, to sell computers, rather than actually learn. >> the reporter: the state's pursuit of this lawsuit will continue and they're asking anyone who is currently enrolled at itt tech to reach out and contact their office. in the control room, elizabeth hopkins, fox 25 news. >> vanessa: new at 6:00 p.m., a new state web site could help make the process of transferring from a community college to a four year state school much easier for students.
launched today, allows students to see which course also count towards a degree at a state university. another tool allows students to see different cost options, which can help them save money in long run. we've posted a link to the web site on fox25boston.com. today students in winthrop came back to a brand new school. this is the first day of classes at the winthrop middle high school. construction of the $80 million building began nearly two years ago. it was on the site of the town's previous high school. students have merged into other buildings for the last two years. >> mark: a local grocery school delivery service is apologizing to some customers after a controversy over a coupon. a spokesperson for pea pod told us today the company recently offered a coupon for current customers to share with one friend for $60 off their order. however, they are told, the offer was posted on line and some customers who weren't eligible applied the code to their order. statement sent to fox 25 reads
team has been working closely with ineligible customers who use the coupon to reprocess their order or offer a full refund, also offering customers $20 off the first order and 60 days of free delivery. >> vanessa: the price at the pump remains flat for massachusetts drivers. according to aaa, the average price of rel unleaded, $2.11 per gallon, that's 9 cents below the national average and 16 cents lower than the price this time last year. >> mark: and then there was one. howard johnson's is closing the doors on their second to last restaurant in bangor maine. it was the last new england location of the quincy born chain. the only remaining ho-joe's left is in lake george, new york. >> kevin: so the storm is still spinning to our south. i'm still calling it hermine, but it's no longer going to be a
nor'easter, spinning around out there throwing some waves at southern new england, that's where the high surf advisory remains for bristol county coastal areas, talking to you horseneck beach, coastal rhode island likely still in that too along with the vineyard and nantucket, waves are 4 to 6 feet, so they're certainly lower than they were yesterday and rainshowers have been pivoting thousand southern new england today, this takes us right into the quincy area, quincy to dorchester, along the southeast expressway, a rainshower there. another one over the harbor islands, looks ike heavier over the harbor islands approaching boston. not a big concern, but just be aware, it's going to be out and around town this evening. you could get a quick shower to come on through, light as it may be. a few in the south shore, closer to the south coast actually, have been heavier. this one in carver, the one in carver was yellow last spin around there. underneath the word carver, it's hiding there. there are heavier rain here. this is rocky gutter street, moving through carver, wild turkey way it's coming your way
not likely to stay heavy on its path. rhode island, coventry, richmond, southward toward westerly, newport has been rainy out there today as well. rain reports have corporal on in. sharon just added you to the list at .8 inches of rain on lake massapog there. clearly not drop busting rain, but we'll take any drink of water we can get at this ointment fenway park had a third of an inch of rain total from this storm tailed off the farther north and west you went from the center of the storm and wind gusts, not much out there. gusting to 26 on nantucket after gusting over 60 miles per hour offshore, over 50 miles per hour on land yesterday. these are some of the wave heights i was talking about. so 4-foot waves, 4 to 6 feet coming into the westport area, that's why you still have that high surf advisory, just to keep you safe. it's been dropped for east-facing shore lines. not a big concern anymore, but nantucket and martha's vineyard, you'll have choppy waves out there too.
rainshowers from time to time rotating on through, just like we've seen today. at times, it can be a break of sun. i saw one of those on my way in today. perhaps you saw some too. thursday, the last gasp of any remnants going on by with any last showers too, and then more breaks of sun for the afternoon. that will heat us up on thursday and keep that heat going into friday as well. dinnertime temperatures up near 70 but dewpoints to match, so it's very sticky. there will be fog to develop, the temperature drops down to that dew point. when they match up, they are saturated and you get fog to come out of it. hour-by-hour in boston, risk of a shower overnight, breaks of sun start to appear. temperatures in the upper 60's this, will be fog through the morning as well. high temperatures tomorrow, warmer the farther north and west you go. you see more sunshine, burlington, vermont, 87 with sunshine tomorrow, but in southeastern mass, a lot of clouds, maybe a break of sun in hyannis and 79 degrees, just the risk of a couple showers spinning on through. seven-day forecast, keeps the
out for friday or at least make it dry. it will be sticky and warm approaching 90 degrees by friday afternoon. we'll be tracking the showers through this evening, the latest impact of hermine later on at 10:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. >> tom leyden coming to you from td garden and i'm getting set to play hoops. it's the sixth annual hoop dreams. we'll talk about that and also the patriots continuing to shuffle the deck, making a move, but the trade you heard about earlier today, maybe a little
four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few.
>> tom leyden coming to you live from td garden. we'll talk about hoop dreams if just a little minute. first, business to attend to with the new england patriots as they continue their prep for the season opener. they continue to tweak the roster, making a trade with the philadelphia eagles to acquire eric rowe, the second year quarterback out of utah. josh klein was reported to be a part of the deal, but that has apparently fallen through within the last half-hour. we do not at this hour know who the patriots are eric rowe. the team back in the practice field as they continue the preps for sunday night's opener against the cardinals and arizona. danny amendola among those who are once again on the active roster, expected to contribute this week, something we haven't seen since last year's playoffs with danny sitting out the entire training camp, but he's ready to go. i've been ready. i was doing my job, trying to get ready for my teammates, for my offense, whatever my role would be on special teams, just
>> red sox are in san diego, game two of the series with the padres. clay buckholtz gets the start tonight, first pitch, 10:10 p.m. let's talk about hoop dreams. doc rivers is here, he is the main events, he's the big guy, continues to come back, even though he's the president and head coach of the l.a. clippers. he and brad stevens have a grade partnership as had relates to this specific event. something very important to raise money for abcd's work smart program. >> i plan on being involved forever. it's just a great know, they do -- stuff they do for the kids an they don't just do it for like 20 minutes. they do it for the rest of their lives. i think these are the type of groups we all should be involved in. >> and yes, we'll be on the court short limit the media game just started about six minutes ago and far be it for me, when i have counsel available to me to not seek that counsel. >> stretch, make sure you take care of those achilles. what you do on the stat sheet does not matter.
key. >> i appreciate coach stevens. time to vote for the game day game of the week. you're looking at the candidates for the game of the week. open until 11:00 p.m. tomorrow night we'll announce the winner on fox 25 at 11:00 p.m. time to get sweaty. i've done my stretching, let's hope we come out healthy. that's the latest from td garden, reporting live, tom leyden, fox 25 news. >> mark: i was going to say break a leg, but i won't say that. >> kevin: now i was practicing so much. we've the back to school event. >> mark: showing 'em up. >> kevin: the guy can shoot. >> mark: he's on. >> kevin: if you want so sweat, step outside, it's sticky and humid. it's really warm thursday and friday, chasing 90 on friday. saturday and sunday, the clouds increase again. tracking showers out there tonight and what's left of hermine at 10:00 p.m. >> mark: what's left. hermine at 10:00 p.m. >> mark: what's left. that means it's h fios is not cable. hermine at 10:00 p.m. >> mark: what's left. that means it's h we're wired differently. which means we can fix things differently. thanks for calling fios, this is ryan.
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