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julie grauert. >> daniel: and i am daniel miller. damp and foggy. shiri spear has a look at the murky weather that we have right now. >> shiri: a little bit of a deep breath here. we will get through this together and going to be nasty out there although visibility reports this half hour a little improved in plymouth and boston and beverly at half-mile visibility. i suspect going back to qua quarter of mile which means dense fog. and the province town, worcester with half-mile visibility that is just updating and under a half a mile in keene, new hampshire. the fog will be thick. drizzle on top of that and lighter showers out toward hyannis. from plymouth and new bedford where it is raining moderately right now. i don't have a lot of rain showing up on radar, in boston we are at 66 degrees. we can count on those nifty conditions along with the fog. same deal here in worcester. 66 waking up in nashua, new hampshire.
so we will keep us in the upper 60s at 7 a.m. along with fog. along with some drizzle and mist. noontime, mostly cloudy and 77 degrees. the fog is going to be thinning out. it is still going to favor clouds. maybe even one or two spot showers. 3 p.m., how about a turn around. 84 degrees. humid. we have got the clouds breaking a part. it turns partly sunny by the evening, 76 degrees and dry by 7 p.m. and we are not done by the showers yet. we will show you when overnight tonight i am planning on another round rain coming up julie is back with live drive time traffic. >> julie: things is light out there. route 1 no issues. don't be intimidated by all those icons. overnight construction work by 5 a.m. south of the pike, 128 moving along fine. no issues on the expressway. live drive times. 23 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 9 minutes on the expressway. 20 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. it is 4:32 right now.
dorchester this hour where a young man was shot and killed child talking with friends on the sidewalk. fox25's jessica reyes is live in dorchester at the scene of the shooting where reports say, jess, at least seven shots were fired. >> reporter: yeah, daniel, it was a pretty upsetting scene here last night as the victim's family gathered on the street to wait for answers from police. officers tell us he was shot and killed right here at ripley road and police tell me there is a small memorial for candles burning for him this morning. was the scene last night happened at 7:30. as time went on, a big group of friends and family members showed up. the victim was just standing with a group of friend when a man with a black hoodie ran out of nowhere and shot him. police were out here for several hours marking evidence and talking with witnesses but this morning we do know they are still searching for a suspect in this case as for
releasing his identity just yet. we will keep you updated throughout the morning. in dorchester, jessica reyes, fox25 news. the driver who slapped his suv into a popular newton pizza shop is now facing criminal charges. till a lot of questions about what happened. fox25's catherine parrotta is live outside that restaurant in newton. catherine, it is still closed six months later. >> reporter: yeah, and you can see the signs of what happened six months ago here at this restaurant. you can see the restaurant boarded up there. even some you can make it out on the other side of me. silver posts have been put up in an effort to try to prevent someone else from crashing through that restaurant like what happened six months ago. six months later, we are learning that the driver is facing some very serious charges. that driver was 55-year-old bradford castler according to officials. he was behind that wheel that night and taken from the scene in an ambulance. his license immediately suspended. now the middlesex district attorney has announced that
two counts of motor vehicle homicide and one count of driving a motor vehicle to endanger. they have not gone into details what evidence led them to the charges. march of march 1 at dinner time, castler was driving his suv on dhesnut street in newton when he crossed washington street hitting several cars and crashing through sweet tomato restaurant. the crash killed two customers. one person who survived had this to say about the charges. >> a little bit of closure a lot of lives destroyed. hug your loved ones. you know, you never know when -- it might be the last time you see them. >> reporter: at the morin home, a sign asking for privacy. miele's 89-year-old mother can't deal with this. she can't believe she is done. the mother of the driver told us through the door she had nothing to say. and the driver will be in court at a later date. that date has not been
you just heard from, in a little while he will describe what that or deal was like that night and he will tell us more of the lasting effects he deals with this day. catherine parrotta, fox25 news. a second person has died following a school bus crash that claimed the life of a mother. police say that 33-year-old richard drainville was behind the wheel of his sedan when it collided with a cool bus in menden. his master cheryl was the passenger and she died a day after the accident. richard died from the crash is still under investigation. new video show moment a 19-year-old girl was hit by a car in lowell. she was crossing the street with friends when the driver of this sedan hit her and then took off. the victim has since been released from the hospital, but investigators are still searching for the car and driver who hit her. an adult day care bus driver is accused of sexually assaulting a woman with
what was going on. >> daniel: jacqui heinrich has been working this story for months and that the worker actually confessed to his employer. >> reporter: court documents show 12 incidents over two years involving six women ranging in age from their 60s to 80s all with altar and other developmental disabilities and now considered victims in sexual assault. robert mcneil, 57 of pembroke facing multiple charges of indecent assault and to his managers at carewell adult day-care center in norwell and then to police. according to police documents, mcneil, who is a veteran, was working as a bus drive for the adult day care company since 2013. on july 4, he told his posses, quote, he was attending church and he decided he needed to speak to someone about things he had done that he felt remorseful with.
one person reporting an incident in 2016 when her mother came home and had on different pants and underwear than she originally left with. another allegedly having an anxiety attack inside one of the company's vans back in july. mcneil is accused of groping and kissing the women transporting them to and from the adult day-care center. >> daniel: that was jacqui heinrich reporting. he admitted himself for mental health services after reporting the incidents. he is off the job and did n 4:38. the man accused of murdering his own daughter smiled in court angering family and friends. walter desilva admitted to shooting his 19-year-old daughter sabrina. he became upset with his daughter because she was dating an older man. prosecutors told a judge he confessed and told the judge where to find the gun. the judge ordered him held without bail. after two days of testimony, the director of the body camera program is now in the hands of the judge.
the police union has been looking to halt the program saying the bpd violated an agreement when they assigned officers to wear cameras. but commissioner says he never saw the union telling the percent to volunteer. >> i enjoyed this program enough. made a commitment. and the officers have nothing to hide. i am sure they will embrace this program once they get going. >> daniel: if the you judge rules against the union, 100 officers will begin wearing the stepping up to help the family of a fallen officer. ran tarentino jr. was killed during a traffic stop. now the eweburn teens are looking to give back. everyone working at the game is a volunteer and all money earned will be given to tarentino's family. a done deal and one of area's biggest companies is owned by dell.
billion. the acquisition the largest ever in the tech sector. both finalize the deal yesterday. a rocky start with lots of layoffs. the company announced a combined $690 million loss for the first six months of the year. dell's headquarters will be in texas and the emc will be in hopkinton. small businesses in essex and middlesex counties will get relief from the drought thanks to a cones seth moulton said loans will be available to small businesses and not-for-profit organizations. to provide help to farmers hit hard by the drought. we check traffic and weather every ten pins. a look at your drive time on 93 south. an easy 20 minutes from andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: your humidity forecast -- i mean humidity will be very high "today" as well straight through tomorrow morning. in that time frame tracking showers and the timeline on
unique way. fox25's stephanie coueignoux sat down with him and shows why he is running 100 miles for charity. >> i think of him and i smile. i don't think of him and think about towers coming down. >> reporter: 35 years old with a familiar hely of his own. peter was junior in college when his father was killed september 20 01. he was inside the south tower when he saw a plane crash into the first. >> my father had called my brother, left him a voicemail after th here. crazy accident at the tower next door, and from 15th floor, he was looking down on what had occurred. he said, well, back to work. and that was his work ethic. >> reporter: feeter who lives in in order andover says loses his father forever changes his perspective on life. >> you really need to understand and appreciate what do you have. i still have my mother. i still have my brother. i have my family now.
for that. >> reporter: that outlook inspired him to establish the phil guza memorial scholarship to honor his father who was a mathematician. provides scholarships for students hoping to get degrees in math and science and peter will fly to run 100 miles to raise money for a foundation. a goal that many including his own family believes is a little crazy and his father who was a would appreciate. >> when i am tired in the middle of the night 80 miles into this event, i will be thinking of my dad, and i will be encouraged to move forward and get to the finish line. >> reporter: as the 15th anniversary comes forward, he is hoping to commemorate to those who lost their lives to tragedy.
have and how blessed we are. in north andover, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> the red sox say goodbye to california feeling good. in first place and to toronto. big papi got a custom-made surf board with his picture. the sox dominated. travis shaw smacks in homer deep to right that scores jackie bradley jr. 2 dustin pedroia this one left, scores two more runs. and 60th rbi of the year. hot in the 8th and 9th. sox 7, patriots 2. they play again friday night. on sunday, the new england patriots take on the arizona cardinals in the nfl season open and jimmy ga rap low's
stir how things were without tom brady at practice.a smoother operation. it is just me and jacobi. all the reps between two of us. not that much time to rest or something new that we see on sunday night, but we just have to react to it the right way. and stay calm, cool and collective. >> julie: tom brady's four-game deflategate suspension started last saturday. tracking traffic and minutes. south of the river moving along fine. no issues with volume and no accidents to report; however, we are watching fog. i am just advising people to leave 10, 15 minutes earlier to deal with that fog and low visibility. your live drive times. 12 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 19 minutes on 93 south. 22 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear to do more about the fog.
495 another burst of drizzle that is forming. light to moderate rain over the south coast, the cape, the island this morning. a very soupy start. not like the sun will come out and fog will immediately burn out. this will linger until late morning. you rain totals, trace amounts in new bedford and the vineyard. i am hoping to get .10 of an inch of rain out of it this morning, hopefully because as you know we have an extreme massachusetts and most of southern new hampshire. this has been an ongoing thing all summer. worser and worser by the week. i am hoping with a little bit of rain we have had, we will see it get static when it comes out once a week at 8:30 today. but a chance it could get slightly worse. i will bring you the updates as they become available. 66 in boston. visibility a concern, yes, around 1 mile, but will
morning goes on. i will not be surprised to see points where we are dealing with dense fog in boston until 8 or 9:00 this morning under mostly cloudy and even misty skies. we have temperatures starting in the 60s. 71 degrees at 10 a.m. that might even be a little optimistic with the clouds and fog stay thicker longer it will delay that warm-up. by noontime, mid-70s. upper 70s. possibly lower 80s in boston. but as long as winds are coming in off the water it is pumping in the moisture behin drizzle. now what ends up happening as you can see with future cast is through 6:30 this morning. we still have sprinkles on there. futurecast to me seems a little underdone. even here at noontime with the winds coming off the water in particular with eastern mass and eastern new hampshire, we are going to have to watch out for drizzly conditions at noontime, inland we will see things dry out and during the afternoon we bring in more and more of these breaks in the clouds. so by dinnertime tonight.
sunny skies. but not seeing rain yet because a front that comes through tonight and will bring us scattered rain showers. not looking like the strongest front here, but scattered rain showers tonight and things out 11:00 tonight. we have got rain on the map and even early tomorrow morning. say 8 a.m. and earlier, we are at risk for a couple of showers before we clear out tomorrow. so high, 76 in boston. 80 in beverly. 81 in plymouth with enough breaks in the clouds. midd and southern new hampshire and to bedford and norwood. upper 70s for the cape and the islands. low temperatures tonight will hit 70 degrees. count on a little bit more fog. not as bad as what we will be dealing with tomorrow morning. but probably a little foggy and little drizzly again. we end up clearing out and look at that. temperatures will get into the lower 90s tomorrow. over the weekend humidity will drop. saturday, 82 degrees. partly sunny with slowly increasing clouds and saturday
showers. sunday does not look like a washout. highs should get up to 8 and afternoons will clear out and sunshine around town for monday and tuesday before more wednesday rain. back to you. all right, shiri. thanksgiving. coming up next, the local town with a wild turkey problem and the advice people have for people who keep get attacked. first the fight over gleeka funding gets interesting. why a florida fios is not cable.
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city hall plaza is getting a major makeover in time for the holidays. boston wants to turn it into a bit of a winter wonderland. the city wants to set up vendor stalls for a european inspired shopping market for the holidays. there will be a costume design ice-skating path as well. the city announced a three-year deal with the owners of the td garden. their goal is to get people to advice out the plaza year round. city of champions are transform into the backdrop of the 1967 detroit riots and many have a front-row seat for the direction of catherine bigelow's latest film. the city getting $70,000 for use of the streets not including the money the crew spends in town. >> we have been watching this -- building the set for about four or five weeks now. and down here they are spending money in the cafe next door. >> money not the only benefit
the movie will feature hundreds of extras including many location. >> julie: it will be cool to check out. according to state public health officials, we have seen an 80% jump in hepc cases. the linked to the epidemic. a republican lawmaker brought a container of mosquitos to washington to draw attention to the zika crisis. instill in lawmakers the same fear that floridians fear every day. >> this is the reason for the urgency. this is the reason for the fear. >> reporter: according to the cdc the number of zika cases in the u.s. is now in the thousands. travelers are getting through security at logan international airport a lot faster. long lines used to be the fight traveling by airplanes.
airlines nationwide is working. wait times is now ten minutes at the nation's busiest airports. delta's computer outage last month really hurt the airline financially. the outage at its atlanta operation center cost them 15 million. the problem started august 8 and affected the computers needed to book passengers. the airline eventually cancelled about 1,000 flights that day. at kent state university in ohio students option. a completely gluten-free cafeteria. it is to help those where celiac disease. but anyone is welcome. so many at the school have a gluten intoll residence. those intolerant of gluten can't break down wheat and flour. a new brew may be the answer for a caffeine boost. a cafe in australia has
four espresso shots and two different strengths of cold drip. get this ininventor says it contains 80 times the amount of caffeine in a standard espresso shop. that doesn't sound safe. it promises to give caffeine drink he is a major buzz. for 18 hours. >> daniel: that is a long time. >> julie: you meant to sip it over a four-hour period. warmer. curious george is facing eviction. why the iconic store in harvard square fighting to keep its doors open. up next, an ancient discovery on the beaches in australia.
charges. the new information about that deadly accident. and reaction from survivors that are still traumatized from that horrific night. and give yourself extra time this morning. i have dense fog and drizzle that will slow you down. complete new england news coverage starts right now, this is the fox25 morning news. good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us continue thu it is september 8. hope your morning is off to a great start were i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. a damp and dreary start to the day. shiri spear says it will take a while for the muggy weather to break. >> shiri: i am trying to find something positive about the forecast this morning, but it is not cold. it is warm. long sleeves. and light to moderate rain