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9:00 this morning. we get breaks in the clouds for the afternoon with high temperatures that will make their way into the 80s. that's check on the forecast for now we do want to get check on the roadways. we got julie grauert standing by with live drive time traffic. >> julie: i want to point out cameras looking better as far as the fog concerned. there's the expressway as you approach the o'neill tunnel and financial center and completedly fogged out earlier. look at the zakim for mass general starting to look a still leave ten, 15 minutes earlier though just in case you hit some of those foggy patches. new accident on the pike eastbound, right after route 9 in framingham. as we shift north just kind of some spotty volume picking up along route 1 in saugus and 93 south around route 16. here are live drive times, 41 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 27 minutes on the expressway. 44 minutes on 128 southbound. >> gene: we have breaking news
killed on the sidewalk. >> sara: reports say the man was talking to a group of friends when someone opened fire. fox25 jessica reyes is live at the scene this morning where police are still looking for the shooter, jess. >> jessica: they are, sarah. we understand he fired off about seven shots last night. it really was a pretty upsetting scene here as the victim's friends and family gathered here to wait for answers from police. this is ripley road in dorchester. you could see there's a memorial growing for the victim there right now. people have been coming by, leaving animals, stuff, notes, for the victim and the shooting. it all happened around 7:30 last night on ripley road here in dorchester. the way the herald is reporting that the victim was standing with a group of friends when man in block hoodie ran up to him and shot him several times. police were out here for several hours last night investigating. they talked to several witnesses and they spent hours marketing
shooter in this case. we know the victim is in the 20s but police haven't made the name public just yet. but, of course, we are checking in with them and keep you posted on any new information throughout the morning. live in dorchester, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: it was more than six months ago when a car slammed into a newton pizza shop killing two people and leaving several others hurt. now the driver of the car is facing criminal charges. catherine parrotta live in newton and, restaurant is still not open for business. >> catherine: still closed. here is what it looks like six months later. the restaurant boarded up, dried up flowers sitting on the sidewalk. another change you might notice on the other side of the sidewalk, you could see the silver pillars in efforts to try to keep something like this from happening again. it has about six months since the deadly crash. the driver in this case has been indicted on serious charges.
voted and walked up here to get a pizza. >> catherine: march 1st started out as ordinary night for him and fiance. it took a turn that still haunts him six months later. >> wasn't like you saw a car. the place exploded. >> catherine: officials say the driver of the car was 55-year-old bradford casler, a real estate agent. he crossed washington street hitting several cars before crashing into sweet tomatoes restaurant. >> fatalities are around there's fatality laying on top of me, my fiance, had to move her off to get me out of there. >> catherine: two people were killed that night, eleanor miele and gregory morin. two counts of motor vehicle homicide homicide and one motor
>> a lot of lives destroyed. >> wilson continues to live with the effects of that night. he said he suffered a broken neck and ribs and has ptsd and that night taught him an important lesson. >> hug loved one and never know when might be the first time you see him. >> catherine: as far casler, the driver in this case, he will be in court at later date. that date has not yet been announced. fox25 also reached out to the families of the two victims in the crash and also to the family of the driver iol coming up in half hour. live in newton, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: 7:06. mal functioning furnace is to blame for carbon monoxide leak that sent six people to the hospital in watertown in condos near watertown square. residents reported smelling a strange odor which they traced back to the furnace. carbon monoxide levels were 30 times above what's considered safe. >> we got everybody out. there was a few that we wouldn't
window and just to make sure there was nobody in there. >> gene: three adults and three children were taken to mass general and exposure not believed to be life-threatening. all the residents were allowed back into the building last night while the furnace was being fixed. >> sara: police calling the death of boston university student struck by a commuter rail train a tragic accident. according to the globe the the initial investigation showed 17-year-old likely hopped fence to explore. the student's name h released but he is an international student from china. police are continuing to investigate the incident which happened just hours after the start of the school year. >> it is sad because i'm a freshman and what if he didn't have any classes yesterday. never got a chance to have real class and didn't make it to 18. >> sara: the b.u. dean asking students to call home and let their parents know they are safe. >> gene: new hampshire parents waiting on autopsy on suspicious
investigators say joann busher's home for clues yesterday in haz-mat suits. they especially looked at burn mark above one of her window. busher was found dead in the home monday night after a call to police from a man outside. neighbors say she was frequently seen with man named richie who was registered sex offender but police say they don't know if he is connected to her death. >> police say they have received more than 1,000 tips as they investigate the murder of jogger in princeton. it has vanessa marcotte was killed while running along brooke station road near her mom's home and so far police have released very little information about the investigation. we spoke with the former fbi agent who says the killer has likely been under a lot of stress the last month, worried about clues left behind in an outdoor crime scene. she says investigators are looking at other less violent incidents known as nuisance crimes that have happened in the
>> isn't in repertoire of behavior when he is 25 years of age. that happened a long team ago. >> sara: they made the princeton town hall annex the source the last months but it will be closing soon. >> gene: deadly explosion that happened in franklin last year. nancy and richard brown died in blast in october in their condo. fire ignited prepain that had been leaking into the home. it may have come from the fireplace and heating system that came from florida to be closer to the grandchildren. >> sara: fox25 investigates learned the contractor commuter rail six workers for cheating on time cards. first reported fraud on tuesday and this morning we know final decisions are still pending for three other keolis employees.
taxpayers. the governor's office sent fox25 a statement saying accountability is part of reforming and improving service and "t" holding contractors to the highest standards. >> gene: it is the first day of school for students in the city of boston and mayor marty walsh helps to get the doors open this year. >> welcome back pts. >> gene: city of boston posted this video of the group painting and cleaning the buildings yesterday. mayor will be visiting schools across the city hello to some of the 58,000 students in boston. first stop is at hyde park new mission high school. the city reminding everyone to look out for the kids walking on the sidewalks today. also those waiting for buses or those taking the "t" to their classes. >> world's only curiosity george store in harvard square could be facing eviction. plans to turn the store and several others into a shopping mall. locals have been reaching out to the cambridge historical
the businesses. the real estate firm is hoping to seek approval for the project at commission meeting tonight. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. getting word of serious accident in merrimack. single car crashed in the median with serious injuries and only the right lane is open. mass state police just tweeted this out 45 seconds ago and working to confirm the severity of the accident but i would avoid route 495 northb of exit 53 while i get you more accident on the accident. >> dense fog still in the coastline here, biggest issues, worst of the fog the closer you get to the coast. boston included in that and right now 60s fog and mist. drive home from work though will be brighter. it is going to be dryer. warmer. we got temperatures into the 80s. i will time out the warm-up next. >> sara: a man robbed a bank but he wasn't after the money.
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national security. >> while they were never on stage together, they did talk with hundreds of veterans and active military members back-to-back. hillary clinton said steadiness was the most important quality a president should have. donald trump said judgment makes him fit to be president. >> commander in chief forum in front of veterans and active service members, the and for president laid out the the qualifications for the top job in the united states. >> built a great c foreign companies. >> i have great judgment, good judgment, i know what's going on. >> what you want in president, commander in chief, is someone that listens, who evaluates, being told to him or her. >> focus turned to hillary clinton private e-mail server. >> it was a mistake to have a personal account. i would certainly not do it again. make no excuses for it.
such as myself, have any leadership as president when you clearly corrupted the national security? >> there was no statement top secret, secret or confidential. i communicated about classified material on a wholly separate system. i took it very seriously. >> a central theme defeating isis. >> we are going to defeat isis without committing ground troops. >> ifa substantial chance of winning. i don't want to broadcast what my plan is to the enemy. combination of my plan or the general's plan or the general's plan. if i like their plan, mat, i will not call you up to say, matt, we have a great plan. >> daniel: there are 61 days until the november election and first debate will be held on september 26th. fox25 will have you covered every step of the way on air and online at fox25boston.com.
fox25 news. >> sara: massachusetts voters will hit the polls to decide primary races across the state. first time since 2012 ballots will be cast on thursday. holding the primary on tuesday afternoon labor day would have meant towns paying workers overtime to set up polling places on holiday but next tuesday would not work either because general election ballots have to be sent to absentee voters early enough. the suburb south of boston may be one of the most contentious districtin the grove reports nine democratic hopefuls are trying to snag two open seats in the state legislature both created by the exit of senator brian joyce. joyce decided not to run for re-election next year after scandal in fbi raid and allegations thatmy misused political power. if you have questions about today's races or where to vote we have a full section on the website at fox25boston.com.
strike before thanks. the town's animal control officer has been getting calls for weeks now so she has a solution to what she says is manmade problem. she offered these tips to avoid getting attacked. first don't feed the turkey and keep any bird feeders clean. those things will make turkeys comfortable with humans and take you as regular source of food. if you are attacked don't get scared. if you run, they will chase you. instead, move your arms and shout, wave large object or spray hose. usually when it comes to defending yourself against turkeys there's a lot of gobbledygook. >> julie: we want to get to traffic news and word of serious accident in merrimack right now. 495 southbound closed right now, single car crash with serious injury. police on scene and continue to
little bit of red volume but it happened within the last few minutes, so we aren't seeing a huge impact on drive times yet, but it will be story that i will follow for you throughout the morning. as we shift south, other slow spots in the typical spots, 128 southbound approaching 93 and 93 through the medford area. expressway slow going from the braintree split up to columbia road. here are those live drive times, 45 minutes on peek eastbound, 28 minutes on expressway, 51 minutes on 93 south. weekday morning commute, but shiri, i will build a new drive time for the section of 495. >> sara: we will check back with you in just a bit, julie. kind of crazy we have had days of drizzle here and only amounted to quarter inch of rain. so far this entire month in boston and just over that and worcester we are half inch short of what we typically get at this point in the year and more than eight inches -- excuse me, half inch short for the month. over eight inches short for the
to make up. i haven't had much in the way of steady rain this morning. we have had some light to moderate showers crossing over the cape and islands, southcoast, but the rest of the area, just kind of the mist that goes along with the drizzle and not picking up any measurable rainfall. plymouth one of the spots this morning where we have seen on and off fog, visibility for miles and not as terrible as it was for points this morning but not done with the fog yet. any travelers need to be aware of the foggy have and temperatures upper 70s in plymouth and cooler at coastline with upper 70s today inland like norwood, framingham, lawrence, over to manchester and fitchburg, that's where we get the middle 80s today. we start with the clouds, drizzle, fog and continue until noon time today and pull in the breaks in the clouds.
this is going to roll through while you're sleeping tonight with pockets of rain at times they could be talking some heavier showers. i think any heavy rain we get will be very, very localized, humid and cloud and he perhaps even showery when you wake up on friday morning, 8:00 a.m., the commute, a little bit dicey still, but big turn around. tomorrow it is going to bust out into sunshine in the afternoon, humidity steadily going to drop. check out temperatures. last taste of summer,h tomorrow, followed by mostly lower 80s over the weekend. saturday my pick, clouds increasing and enjoy partial sun saturday night into sunday morning though we need and 70s and sunshine to start off next workweek.
>> gene: man robbed a bank to get away from his wife. he gave the tank teller a note demanding cash and he had a gun. when police got he said he had rather be in jail than home with his wife. court sent him home to wait for the next hearing. >> sara: poor guy. best way to avoid waiting in grocery store lines is to go behind someone with a full car. research shows it takes a shopper about 41 seconds to greet the cashier, pay and leave. meaning line of customers with a few items each could take longer than the line with one person with a big purchase. experts say self-checkout lanes are faster when available and estimated americans spend
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>> gene: planning this earlier, shiri. help clear the sky. >> shiri: 7:30 birthday surprise. we still got really foggy situation for northeastern massachusetts up to the sea coast of new hampshire, outer cape of provincetown and western near zero. still foggy concerns out there, as well looking at some scattere and islands with temperatures 70? there, 68 in marshfield and in boston, over to natick, we got 67 now in woburn. 66 in worcester, 66 nashua, new hampshire. even though i don't have a ton of green on the map, keep in mind where you have the fog, you will have the mist and you're going to be hitting the windshield wipers. patchy fog right now, noon time 77?, still mostly cloudy, but we gut more and more of the breaks of the clouds as we travel into the afternoon. hot and humid with highs back
by on top of serious accident. >> julie: it is in merrimack and right now just the breakdown lane is open. mass dot updated this about 30 seconds ago. we have the northbound lanes closed right before exit 53. broad street. and this red traffic flowy mean things are closed down there right now. except for the breakdown lane, you will be able to get by. but i expect official to be on scene for quite awhile because it is a this one at 93. as we shift slightly south, pretty delays route 1 approaching the tobin and on 93 south. over to the live drive times, 27 minutes on the expressway, but this is the drive time i just built. we are at an hour now on 495 northbound as you head from route 110 to where the accident is at broad street. that's because of the lane closures we have been dealing with. 25 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in
back to you. >> sara: more than six months at local crash the driver now facing charge. the news sis forcing some of the victims to relive that tragic day. fox25 catherine parrotta is live in newton this morning. catherine, that restaurant is still boarded up. >> dried up flower on the sidewalk in front of the building which is still closed. on the other side of me you could make out some of the metal pillars. they have been put in place try to prevent something like this from happening again. now six months after the deadly crash, we are learning the driver been indicted on serious charges. the driver, of course, identified as officials 55-year-old barack -- bradley casler. he has been indicted on two counts of motor vehicle homicide
they haven't gone into detail about what led them to the charges. first march, after 6:00 p.m., right at the height of the dinner rush, driving suv chestnut street in newton when reportedly crossed washington street, hitting several cars and crashing through sweet tomatoes restaurant. the crash killed two customers, eleanor miele and gregory morin and one person had to say this about the charges. >> closure, a lot a destroyed. never know when last time you see a loved one. >> eleanor miele's mother said she can't believe she is gone. the driver, casler, you will
>> gene: for days this man terrorized local town, robbed a bank, stole motor vehicle and police finally caught up with the suspect. >> michael: bank robber and high speed suspect s department after more than a week on the run. these surveillance images obtained by fox25 captured the attention of several massachusetts towns. this mugshot shows who police captured. matthew alden junior found sleeping in his car at the extra mart in westboro wednesday afternoon and arrested after what westboro police describe as a minor scuffle. police say the 22-year-old from hudson kicked off a crime spree
august 29th robbing the commerce bank on west boylston street handing the teller a note and demanding cash. police in clinton, boylston, marlboro and berlin, reported spotting the stolen motor vehicle they say alden rode away on, each time traveling at such high speeds officers needed to call off the chases. on sunday berlin posted to the facebook page warning residents to stay inside and use caution during their search. departments helped now bring to a close. police technically bring alden into custody on failure to appear warrant out of marlboro unrelated case and he will be arraigned on the bank robbery charge in one of westboro. >> sara: police looking for suspect that beat up clerk during an armed robbery.
he assaulted 81-year-old store owner. the suspect is described as 5'10" with a thin build, he was last seen wearing a gray zip up hoodie and black sweatpants. anyone with information asked to call manchester police. >> gene: adult bus driver working for care well accused of sexual assaulting and one victim had to undergo a rape kit test. >> stephanie: court documents for women 60s to 80s with alzheimer's and now considered victims of sexual assault. robert mcneil, 57 of pembroke, facing indecent assault and
care well adult daycare center. mcneil, who's a veteran, was working as bus driver for the adult daycare company sent 2013 and on july 4th he told the bosses, quote, he was attending church and decided he need to speak to someone about things he had done that he felt remorseful about. state police interviews with family members and loved ones revealed disturbing details. one person reporting an incident in 2016 when her mother had come home and had on different pants originally left with. another allegedly having an anxiety attack inside one of the company vans back in july. mcneil accused of groping and transporting them transporting them to adult daycare center. >> >> gene: mcneil admitted himself after it was reported and he will be back in court on monday. gene: umass amherst student someone say pretending
this man samuel tex door offered girl a free ride from the townhouse apartments to the north apartments on campus early on saturday morning. police say the assault happened during the ride. he was arrested and arraigned and he has posed for uber driver before. >> sara: city of champions will transform into the back drop for the 1967 detroit riots and many have a front row seat for the filming kathryn bigelow latest film. according to the mayor's office city getting $70,000 for use of the streets and that's not including the money the crew spends in the town. >> watch and build it, four or five weeks now and down here spend money in the cafe next door. >> sara: it will feature hundreds of extras, including
sara: super trooper shot scene on fruit street in hopkinton yesterday and last october the movie filmed at quabbin reservoir and funded by campaign which is still going. the original super troopers came out in 2001 and no release date has been set for super troopers >> julie: serious accident on 495 northbound in merrimack. the drive time now that i just built up to hour and 20 minutes almost and just from haverhill, 13-mile stretch to broad street and we just jumped two more minutes. average speeds 10 miles per hour. that's because all the lanes are closed except for the breakdown lane as we have official on scene investigating the accident. i will have more details in just a moment first. here is shiri. >> not completely done with the clouds. upper 60s will do for temperatures, we have visibility
it was only quarter mile early on this morning. tracking that fog for the morning drive into work as well as bus stop kids. i will show you when we clear out coming up. >> sara: more professional athletes are joining protest against the national anthem. coming up the steps one stadium took to make sure it didn't happen there. >> gene: newest gadget from apple here is here.
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only '90s kids will remember and one said don't even air pods yet and already lost one. wasn't just about the phone. apple's new watch will be water proof with brighter display and 50% faster. apple announces something gamers may love. the amwatch and pokemongo will now be compatible and supermario coming to apple ios. this is the first time a super mario game can be played on by nintendo. if you want the new iphone you can preorder friday and next week the phone will be in stores. updated watch and headphones will be available next month. i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: red sox in 1st
top of the second socks get stolen. deep to right over and out and two-run homer and sox have two-one lead and later in the fourth and two runs come across and 60 rbi's on the year. sox stayed hot in the eighth and ninth. seven-two. sox off today and play tomorrow night and very big weekend series with the blue jays in toronto. >> sara: final stretch of the torch relay proved medal, slipped and fell in the torrential rain dropping the torch but deafening stood back
finished portion of the relay. back in 1984 she became the first brazilian ever to win a gold medal in the paralympics. >> gene: aly raismain will try for a gold medal. she plans to compete in the 2020 summer games in tokyo. she told ellen degeneres she plans on taking year off before beginning training again. and most gistnist. grandma will be all of 26 years old in 2020. >> julie: breakdown lane is the only lane that's open right now. we have crews at the scene -- actually a news crew on the way
one person killed. as we shift slightly south, this accident on 495 southbound not nearly as serious causing some delays in the area of andover -- of the city of andover and approaching the tobin. here are live drive times, 28 minutes on the expressway braintree split to pike and over an hour on 495 northbound, average speed 14 miles per hour an route 110 haverhill and broad street, that's because the lanes are closed except for the breakdown lane. 29 minutes 128 northbound weston to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and you can watch the fog coming and thick this morning. >> pretty pesky this morning and what we should see it improving here now that we are hitting kind of late-morning hours, still got a bit of light rain also falling over the cape and
that is shifting toward boston so i don't think we are done with the clouds and fog quite yet and few hundreds of inch in vineyard, not a lot. see under tenth of rain what we get out of the morning hours, i think a lot of us getting either no rain reported or only trace amounts reported. we got an extreme drought in eastern massachusetts, eastern new hampshire. this gets updated once a week. that update is coming within the next hour. i don't expect it will get better but i'm hoping fingers crossed that it hasn't become worse. perhaps that little bit of rain that we have had this week has helped keep things steady. but i will, of course, bring you the latest one and get the update. 69? now in boston and you will find temperatures make it into the upper 70s during the afternoon, we will count on more breaks in the clouds as we travel through the afternoon and into the evening hours and we still got winds on and behind the clouds, fog, behind the drizzle and that is going to
more and more breaks in the clouds and inland tend to run brighter and even in boston so brighter drive home from work later today but we don't stay complete warm-up. 77 in boston today, upper 70s beverly, portsmouth, new hampshire, down to plymouth and cape, step away from the coastline where we get more breaks in the cloud cover and tonight back down to 70? and
religion because his girlfriend is muslim. >> gene: washington spirit didn't give a chance. club played national anthem before both teams took the field. in statement washington owner said decided to play ahead of schedule and disrespect we feel such an she was disappointed by the owner's actions. >> travelers getting a lot quicker. long lines used to be site when traveling by airplane but new changes made over the summer to speed up tsa lines nationwide are working and according to homeland security average weight times now are ten minutes in the nation's busiest airports. >> chemical triclosein was
found in your toothpaste. colgate total uses it in the recipe. food and drug administration says there's no overwhelming health benefit when used in soap but when used in toothpaste it reduces plaque and gum inflammation. >> gene: republican lawmaker brought container of earlier this week senate democratic struck down a bill that would have provided millions to fight the virus. according to cdc number of zika virus contains in the thousands. >> julie continues to follow breaking news on 495. a serious crash shut down part of the highway. we are tracking the backup next. >> we still got foggy headaches out there right now, fog biggest issue on the roads right now, a little bit of rain and a lot of
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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 for the content of this advertising. fios is not cable.
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>> julie: shiri, we have major lane closure on 495 northbound in merrimack. mass state police tweeting about two or three minutes ago about the serious crash involving a passenger van. we have at least one person who has been killed and others who were injured. breakdown lane is the only lane that's open right now on 495 northbound leading up to that accident site. as we shift south pretty typical routine delays on 128 southbound approaching 93 and through the lexingto rail, lakeville line seeing significant delays right now, advising passengers alternate transportation, 010, over to live drive times, 50 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. we are still over an hour for a 13-mile stretch from route 110 to broad street in merrimack. hour and 13 minutes on 128 southbound from peabody to the
back to you. >> gene: we have breaking news this morning, memorial growing in dorchester after a person is shot and killed on the sidewalk. >> reports say the man was just talking to a group of friend when someone opened fire. fox25 jessica reyes is live at the scene this morning where police are still looking for the shooter, jess. >> jessica: they are, sara. it has been a sad scene in dorchester here this morning. we understand the victim was only in his 20s, and over the past hour we have been watching as people have been coming up memorial and some of them crying, leaving candles and cards and just going over memories about him. we know this happened around 7:30 last night on ripley road here in dorchester. this is video from the scene and this morning the herald is reporting that he was just standing chatting with a group of friends on street when someone ran up wearing a black hoodie and ran up and shot him several times over the next couple hours, friends and family members have gathered out here
police. police were here for several hours talking with witnesses and know this morning they are still searching for the shooter in this case and working tet get update from boston police on who that shooter may be or anything more than he may have on what exactly led up to this and as soon as we get it we will pass it to you. live in dorchester, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: more than six months ago a car slammed into a newton and leaving several others hurt. now the driver of the car is facing criminal charges. fox25 catherine parrotta is live in newton this morning.
>> loved ones. never know when it might be the last time you >> catherine: casler will appear in court at later date. it has not been announced. did reach out to the families of the two victims that were killed. here in newton, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: mazda recalling cars and suv's because of dangerous
corrosion wasn't sufficient and fall on them. it covers 2003 to 2013. certain 2016cx5s and cx3's are also being recalled. >> gene: 8:07 this morning. malfunctioning furnace blamed that sent people to the hospital. happened near watertown square. residents reported smelling a back to the furnace. firefighters say carbon monoxide levels were 30 times above what is considered safe. >> we got everybody out. there was a few apartments that we couldn't get into and make sure there was nobody in there. >> three adults and three children taken to mass general. their exposure is not believed to be life-threatening. all the residents were allowed back into the building last night while the furnace was being fixed.
death in danville. investigators researched joann busher's home for clues yesterday in haz-mat suits, including a burn mark above one of the windows. busher was found dead in home monday night after a call to police from man outside. neighbors say she was frequently seen with a man named richie who was a registered sex offender but police say they don't know if he is connected with death. >> sara: police investigate murder of jogger in princeton. it has been 1 month since vanessa marcotte was killed while running along brooke station road near her mother's home and so far police released very little information about the investigation. we spoke with the former fbi agent who says the killer has likely been under a lot of stress over the last month worried about clues left behind at outdoor crime scene. she says investigators are looking at other less violent incidents known as nuisance
of behavior. >> predatory behavior somebody's repertoire of behavior when he is 25 years of age. that's behavior that starts a long time ago. >> sara: they made town hall annex temporary home but it will be closing. >> gene: first day of students for city of boston. mayor marty walsh helped get the doors open this year. >> welcome back, bts. >> city of boston posted the video of group painting and cleaning up buildings yesterday. mayor will be visiting across the school to say hello to some of the 58,000 students in boston. his first stop at hyde park new mission high school. city reminding everyone to look out for the kids walking on sidewalks today or waiting for buses or maybe taking the "t" to their classes.
george store may be facing eviction. they plan to turn it into a shopping mall. there's concerns about the businesses. the real estate firm is hoping to seek approval for the projects at a commission meeting tonight. city hall plaza getting a major makeover just in time for the holidays. boston wants to turn it into a winter wonderland. this is a rendering of the plan, city wants to set up 50 vendor stalls to form a european inspired shopping market for the holidays. there will also be a well. the city announced a 3-year deal yesterday with the owners of the td garden to create the winter garden and goal is to visit plaza year around. >> gene: this just in new york mets have signed tim tebow to minor league deal. the former nfl quarterback will be sent to the arizona fall league or the instructional league to begin his professional baseball career. tebow decided to try out baseball skills after he was not signed in the nfl this season
previously in the nfl with the broncos, jets and with the patriots. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. several lanes closed 495 in mer knack and another lane opened. far left lane and breakdown lane opened right now because of an accident. on 93 south a 50 minute ride from 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: dense fog advisory continues until 9:00 this morning. south shore through boston up to the north shore in sea coas boston no longer seeing the dense fog. still pretty cloudy out there, a little bit misty as well, 65 to 70, temperatures now but heading home from work, how about 80s, more breaks in the cloud cover also and going to be really humid. i will show you how long the humidity hangs on coming up. >> sara: incredible site. >> gene: both candidates laid
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>> gene: fox25 daniel miller. >> daniel: they did talk with hundreds of veterans and active military members back-to-back and important quality a president should have while donald trump said and make him fit to be president. >> dealt with foreign countries. i have great judgment. i know what's going on. >> what you want in president, commander in chief, someone that listen, who evaluates what
>> daniel: clinton's private e-mail server. >> it was a mistake to have a personal account. i would certainly not do it again. i make no excuses for it. >> how can you expect those such as myself who were and trusted with confidence and leadership as president when you clearly corrupted the national security. >> what's no statement, top secret, secret or confidential. i communicated about classified material on wholly system. i took it very seriously. >> central theme defeating isis. >> we are going to defeat isis without committing american ground troops.
>> i have a substantial chance of winning. if i win, i don't want to broadcast to the enemy exactly what my plan is. let me tell you, if i like maybe a combination of my plan and the general's plan or general's plan, if i like their plan, matt, i'm not going to call you up to say, matt, we have a great
trump has substantial chance of winning. now 61 days until november election and the first debate will be held on september 26th fox25, of course, will have you covered every step of the way. right here on air, online on fox25boston.com. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: happening today massachusetts voters will hit the polls to decide primary races across the state. it is the first time since 2012 that ballots will be cast on thursday. holding the afternoon labor day would have meant towns paying workers overtime to set up polling places on holiday. but next tuesday wouldn't work either because general election ballots have to be sent to absentee voters early enough. >> sara: nine democratic hopefuls trying to snag two seats in the legislature both created by brian joyce. joyce decided not to run for
scandal involving fbi raid and allegations he misused political power. if you have questions about today's races or where to vote, we have a full section up right now on the website at fox25boston.com. >> julie: 8:17. good morning, everyone, still following traffic news on 495 northbound, deadly accident right before exit 53 broad street. the right travel lane has now reopened, so the breakdown lane and that far right travel lane that are closed as crews are on scene investigating this accident. closer into boston, 128 southbound seeing pretty typical delays as you approach 93. 93 slow going from right around route 16, route 60, down into somerville. 128 northbound starting to get a little bit sluggish through dedham. expressway typical volume there. but let's look at the drive times and it is still very problematic on 495 northbound. that's 13-mile stretch from
street in merrimack and where it is hour and 30 minutes right now. 48 minutes on 93 south, about an hour and 15 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us and, shiri, fog has been a problem that we have been watching all day. >> fog something we have been tracking, a little bit of rain with it, nothing measurable in boston so far but trace amounts down across the southcoast and days of inch of rain and similar in worcester, half inch short of what we usually get at this point in september and eight inches short and had drought conditions, drought monitor coming out at 8:30 this morning. expect update shortly. let you know if conditions are worsened. don't think that we are going to see any big improvements or changes. 70? in boston. boston we had the on and off fog
coast, still in the thick of the fog. temperaturewise in boston we will get into the upper 70s. today you will find more and more of the breaks in the clouds growing as we go into the afternoon. running cloud and he damp out there, foggy out there, spots like plymouth and ipswich where we get to highs at 79?. get off the coastline we will find a better warm-up because escaping the on shore wind but also get some of the first breaks in the clouds in framingham 86, fitchburg 87 and keene andman 85 and worcester headed to 83 and norwood 84 and new bedford about 82?. kind of slow process here to see the clearing skies, noon time running partly cloudy at least along the immediate coastline and one or two pockets of drizzle possible and don't want to overtalk and expect we will get improvements and 5:00 p.m.
cloudy skies. sunshine in town tomorrow afternoon and highs 90 for tomorrow and already 29 degree days in boston, locks like tomorrow is another one. partly sunny over the weekend on saturday with high of 82. 80 on sunday with early morning back to you. simple card hold special message for a pick me up.
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recognized the picture. >> they are hey, why didn't you let us know about our little cousin that she passed. >> sara: she is now working to track down any remaining jars and convince the person that put them out to come forward. she says all the money from the jars will go to her church. >> gene: that's very bizarre. river in russia went from normal hughes of blue to bright red. people from the northern city, up in pictures. some say it looks more like a giant blood vessel than body of water and trying to figure out what happened. they believe the pipeline at nearby metal plant may have broken spilling contaminants into the river. people in the siberia say it is not the first time river has turned that particular color. kind of biblical there. >> we need moses. part the red sea.
to me. >> wouldn't swim in it. >> daniel: forget the kayak. >> julie: couple from michigan waited almost a decade to open a wedding present. they got gift with strict instructions, do not open until the first disagreement. the couple says they are both too stubborn. >> ten years before the first disagreement? come on. >> who are they kidding? >> while thinking about upcoming wedding they both of them found a note and cash. the wife was told to get a meal for them to enjoy. husband received money to buy flowers for his wife. they say the present helped them keep their marriage strong all on their own. >> gene: most guys would have said there's cash? and taken the cash and gone out and maybe a good weekend with the boys or something. >> julie: less you know, shiri.
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: now at 8:30, early this morning it was gray and soggy. and clouds are moving out >> actually had blue sky there, it was about an hour ago. >> backed right in and fox25 meteorologist shiri spear stormtracker weather center but not going to be hanging around all day. >> shiri: didn't we tell last hour clearing out. >> we will do it again. we still got fog in plymouth and
no visibility all that bad in city itself. so overall visibility, don't have reports of dense fog out there, just a little bit foggy where we still have it, especially at the coastline. we have had on and off showers over the cape right now near chatham and orleans. we have a little bit of light rain, marshfield and plymouth as well, going up to i want to say about hull where we have the drizzle now. boston 70?. dry, mostly cloudy, 67 in boxford, 67 in worcester, 70 in nashua, new hampshire. we got some fog and mist in keene right now. but your day planner goes like this. we work way into the upper 70s at noon. still going to go mostly cloudy at noon. look forward to couple breaks in the clouds and more and more as we go through the afternoon. kids coming home from school, 84? at 3:00 p.m. and by dinner time tonight it is going to be even brighter, dry and 76, couple overnight showers to follow timeline on those coming up. here is julie grauert with live
accident. >> julie: first picture of the breaking news and picture of the scene two left lanes still remain closed on 495 northbound near broad street and the van involved you could see right there rolled over and we have one person who's dead. taking you out to the location broad street is look and right lane and breakdown lane. as we shift south, typical delays on 93 south part of your weekday morning commute. also want to remind you, severe delays on the blue line right now. this is because of a power problem at maverick station. so just really problematic day on the roads. over to the live drive times, 47 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. hour and 12 minutes on 495 northbound. that's because of the accident at closure of several lanes. hour and 15 minutes just about on 128 south from peabody to the weston tolls.
after a deadly crash at local pizza restaurant, the driver is now charged. the news is forcing some of the victims to relive the tragic day. catherine parrotta is live in newton this morning. catherine, the restaurant is still not open for business. >> still boarded up in fact this morning, make out on dried flowers there on the sidewalk. on the other side of me you could make out new edition to the sidewalk, thisez -- these are m prevent something from happening again. now been six months since the deadly crash. now we have learned the driver has been indicted on serious charges. that driver was identified by officials as 55-year-old bradford casler, he is a real estate agent and at the time of the crash he could be scene being brought away in an ambulance. license was immediately suspended. now the middlesex county district attorney has announced casler indicted on two counts of
officials haven't gone into detail what evidence led them to those charge. march 1st after 6:00 p.m. right at the height of dinner time casler on chestnut street in newton when crossed washington street and hitting several cars and crashing through sweet tomatoes restaurant and crash killed two customers. one person that survived had this to say about the charges. >> a little bit of closure helped. a lot of lives destroyed. might be the last time you see him. >> catherine: mother of the driver declined to speak with us saying she had nothing to say and driver will be in court at later date, date has not yet been announced. did hear a little bit from somebody that survived the crash. hear more from him coming up in
still has to the day. for now live in newton, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: for days man terrorized a local town. he led officers on number of high speed chases and now hunt for the suspect is over. fox25 michael henrich is in westboro this morning with look at how police finally caught up with the suspect. >> michael: that bank robber will be arraigned at westboro di department after more than a week on the run. these surveillance images obtained by fox25 captured the attention of several massachusetts towns. this mugshot shows who police captured. matthew alden junior found sleeping in his car at the extra mart in westboro wednesday afternoon. and arrested after what westboro police described as a minor
hudson kicked off crime spree robbing commerce bank on west boylston street, handing teller a note and demanding crash. police in clinton, boylston, marlboro and berlin reported spotting the stolen motor cycle he went away on, each time high speeds, officers needed to call off chases. on sunday berlin posted to its facebook page warning residents to stay inside and use caution during their search. a department helped now bring to a close. police technically took alden into custody on failure to appear warrant out of marlboro district court on an unrelated case, but he will be arraigned on those bank robber charges in westboro district court today and fox25 will be there. reporting in westboro, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: manchester police searching for suspect that beat up elderly clerk during armed robbery. police say they believe thomas
market where he assaulted 81-year-old store owner. 5'10" with a thin build and last seen wearing a gray hoodie and anyone with information asked to call manchester police. >> gene: adult daycare bus driver accused of sexual assaulting women with alzheimer's. the victim's families had no idea what was allegedly going on. jackie heinrich has been working the story for months an explained even one victim had to undergo a rape kit test. >> reporter: court documents show at least 12 incidents over two years involving six women ranging in age from their 60s to their 80s all with alzheimer's or other developmental disabilities and now considered victims of sexual assault. robert mcneil, 57 of pembroke, facing multiple charges of indecent assault and battery of disabled person after he allegedly reported the crime to his managers at care well adult day wellness center in norwell
according to police documents mcneil who's a veteran was working as bus driver for the adult daycare company in 2013. then on july 4th he told his bosses, quote, he was attending church and then decided that he needed to speak to someone about thing he had done that he felt remorseful about. state police interviews with family members and loved ones revealed disturbing details. one person reporting an incident in 2016 where mother come home and had different pants underwear than left with and one having anxiety attack inside company vans back in july. mcneil is accused of groping and kissing women while transporting them to and from adult daycare center. >> gene: mcneil admitted himself for mental health services after reporting the incident and did not return our calls for comment and will be back in court on monday. >> sara: for the next few weeks the city of champions will transform into the back drop for
filming of katherine bigelow latest film. the city getting $70,000 for use of the streets and that's not including the money the crew spends in the town. >> we have been watching this building it, set, four or five weeks now, and spending money in the cafe next door. >> sara: money is not the only benefit for the residents of brockton. there will be hundreds of extras including ma sara: sequel to super trooper is in production and some maced in our area in hopkinton yesterday. the movie filmed at quabbin reservoir. the sequel was funded by campaign on indy go go. the original super troopers came out in 2001. no release date has been set for super troopers two.
everyone. we have had two lanes reopen up, the breakdown lane and far right lane, we are still seeing those drive times climb. we are now over an hour and a half on that section of 495 from 110, this is northbound, from haverhill as you make your way to broad street in merrimack. shiri? >> shiri: still dealing with patchy fog, couple sprinkles now and getting questions about the concert on friday and saturday at fenway park, and it looks like we will brighten up beti to discuss. they are coming in after the saturday concert. timeline next. >> sara: it has been banned from soap but you could still be putting it in your body everyday. the chemical that may still anybody your toothpaste. >> newest gadget from apphone and has customers looking elsewhere. >> sara: as we head to break here is look at what's trending right now on fox25boston.com. the big story of the morning is
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>> sara: iphone seven has arrived. there are two new colors and host of other features. daniel miller in the control room to find out why everyone is not so happy about the changes. >> daniel: iphone 71 of the most talked about things this morning ask need it in the newsroom and a lot of buzz in social media this morning about it. people have mixed reviews. some good and some other skeptical about apple's latest innovation. >> daniel: water and dust resistant and it is two side by side mega mixel cameras. one wide angle and one telephoto to give users two times the
digital zoom but apple saying hit the road jack by nixing the ear bud jack. they plug into the same lightning port you use to charge the iphone or connect wirelessly. some cringe at saying so long to the wired headphones featured in apple's early ipad ads. adapter for traditional headphones, apple also releasing high-end wireless he those will cost $159 and some had field day and pick up head phone jack with caption only '90s kids will remember. another saying i don't even own air pods yet and i have already lost one. it wasn't just about the phone. apple's new watch will be water proof with a brighter display and will be 50% faster. apple also announced something gamers may love.
mario is coming to apple operating system ios. this is the first time a super mario game can be played on a portable system that wasn't made by nintendo. and if you want the new iphone, preorder starts on friday and have to wait until next week for the phones to be in stores. updated apple watch will be available next month. in the control room this morning, i'm daniel miller, fox25 ne. good-bye to california and kind of sad about it. they have been playing well out there. thanks to the play they are in 1st place. they head to toronto for big weekend series. latest gift for big papi and it was a sweet one. custom made surf board with picture on it. as for the game, red sox dominated and travis shaw over and out and sox on top two-one. sox add more, dustin pedroia
two runs score, 60 runs batted in now this year. sox stayed hot, connect for home runs and sox win it seven-two. they are off today and again huge weekend series up in toronto against the blue jays. >> sara: fireworks and cheering of thousands of fans open the paraolympics last night and during the final stretch of the torch relay, paraolympian slipped and fell in dropping the torch but deafening applaud from cheers, former gold medalist needs a cane to walk, stood back up, finished portion of the relay. back in 1984 she became the first brazilian ever to win a gold medal in the paralympics. >> what inspiration. >> gene: aly raismain announced plans to compete for
she told ellen degeneres she plans on taking a year off. she needs one more medal to tie for most american gymnast and nicknamed grandma and be all of 26-year-old old in 2020. >> julie: deadly accident all morning, new picture to show you from one of the fox25 the road from the van that rolled over and killed one person. this is across 495 northbound and our photographer tweeting suggests this is a worker van because there are tools, ladders and that is why it is taking so long to get everything cleared out. we still have two lanes that are blocked out and crews still on scene. as we shift south, pretty typical delays 128 southbound approaching cloverleaf. 93 south through lexington.
severe delays and tweeting this picture of people just packed there on the platform waiting for the blue line. over to the live drive times, 35 minutes on the expressway, pretty typical. hour and ten minutes on 495 northbound. that's on 13-mile stretch from route 110 to broad street where the accident happened. 34 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and, shiri, that drought monitor was released within the last 20 minutes. wasn't it? >> shiri: updated last 20 seconds on my computer on my map here. i have been analyzing the changes here and saying earlier i didn't expect there would be any improvements but hoping it wouldn't get worse. guess what, no changes in massachusetts. there were some slight changes in southeastern new hampshire with expansion of that extreme drought up toward about
so it worsened a tiny bit here but thanks to couple days here of drizzle it kind of stayed a bit steady as far as the drought situation and really dry situation that we have across new england. 69? right now in boston, i don't have any measurable rain today. we have had fog, it has been a little bit misty this morning, but fog in the process of mixing out and gradually see more and more breaks as clouds develop as we head into the afternoon. i for one seeing and temperatures upper 70s in boston this afternoon but as long as wind coming in off the water like this, they are going to yank in all the ocean moisture and clouds and risk for a little bit of drizzle and ongoing threat to at left noon time today, eastern massachusetts, still mostly cloudy, one or two sprinkles possible and dry and looking brighter for the drive home from work, especially for inland towns and cities and overnight tonight we have spot showers
commute watch out for lingering shower after 8:00 a.m. i expect it will be dry here tomorrow. high temperatures today upper 70s due for most of the coastline, we get low and mid-80s inland. it is going to be mild, it is going to be very muggy and stays sticky overnight tonight. let's go ahead and watch out for a little more fog on the roads. it is very common when we have very humid conditions once that burns off things are going to brighten up tomorrow with highs around 90? in boston. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view, partial sun on saturday night into sunday morning, we got another batch of showers, but sunday afternoon tries out with high of 80s and crisp and cooler monday to tuesday and more wednesday rain. back to you. >> sara: one lawmaker going to extreme to show washington what his voters are dealing with. next while he needed jar full of mosquitos to make the point. >> wynn casino still years from opening but already land a job
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>> sara: u.s. coast guard sevenning for -- searching for a woman that fell off a cruise ship. it is unclear exactly how she ended up in the water and fell overboard from carnival ship yesterday. it is continuing to south continues the search. >> gene: the chemical triclosein was banned from soap but may also be found in toothpaste. colgate total uses it. there's no overwhelming health benefit when used in soap but when used in toothpaste which has helped plaque and inflammation. gene: republican lawmaker brought a container of mosquitos
david jolly says he is trying to instill in lawmaker the same fear floridans feel everyday. earlier this week senate democrat struck down a deal that would provide millions to fight the virus. according to the cdc the number of zika virus cases in the united states is in the thousands. >> sara: there's a lot
more coming up. tim tebow won't be playing football but up to play baseball. >> shiri: fog and drizzle kind of out, humidity sticks around and show you when it turns more comfortable again coming up.
every time a new charter school opens in massachusetts, it takes funding away from regular public schools in that area. this year alone, charter schools will take more than 400 million dollars away from neighborhood public schools. that's not right. public schools and giving it to charters, let's devote public resources to all of our students... not just a select few. don't lift the cap on charter schools. vote no on question 2. >> julie: one person is dead after a van full of people rolls over, snarling the morning
now. >> daniel: six months after devastating crash, the driver who slammed into the crowded pizza shop is now facing charges. reaction from survivors who were still traumatized from the horrific night. >> jessica: what we learned about the shooter as the seven seven -- search continues this morning. >> julie: major league tim tebow. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good thursday morning, everyone, 9:00 on september 8th, i'm julie grauert. >> i'll daniel miller. dreary start but visibility is improving and shiri spear and stormtracker weather center with look at the conditions. good morning. >> shiri: great news.