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what we have are some sprinkles right now. lighter showers basically fueled by this very humid set-up from weston over to concord and bedford inching toward arlington. this will boil down to that kind of damp forecast we have been providing for the last couple of days another one in billerica, salem new hampshire and pelham new hampshire over to wrenham as well a couple of those showers popping up. gradually moving to the east and couple more behind that. even in boston, though you are dry right now, just kind of cloudy with a degrees. we will watch for that slight risk of a shower. fog is thickest over the cape and islands and even not dense fog. start in the 70s. that risk of morning showers, and once we hit the afternoon, coming close to 90 with clearing skies. how long it takes for the humidity to drop coming up. julie grauert is back with live drive-time traffic and an accident update. julie 10:01, hair will be in ponytails. watching the roads.
north of the pike 93 south moving along fine. a live look at the zakim where things are starting to pick up just slightly and i don't expect it to be quite heavy until we get to about 6:30. over to the live drive times. 23 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 16 minutes on the expressway. 23 minutes on 93 south as you approach the leverett connector. back to you. two massachusetts state troopers are under investigation and suspended without pay. this is the story we first broke last night at 10. fox25 lieutenant were assigned to the state police armory section which handles the selection, control and operational readiness of all lethal and nonlethal weapon. a spokesperson says an internal investigation is reviewing the transfer of a limited number of surplus weapons to a state authorized vendor. the three department members have been suspended without pay indefinitely as the investigation proceeds. we have also learned that the state attorney general will review the findings of the
today, a judge expected to decide if boston police officers will be forced to wear body cameras. comes as several top cops volunteered to wear the cameras. catherine parrotta live outside suffolk superior court and catherine, that decision is expected some time today. >> and court does resume at 9:00 this morning. we will be checking in after that point to see if that decision has been made yet. as of commissioner evans from the boston police department. he hopes to be ae and he did make an announcement on the eve of this decision that is expected that his command staff will be wearing these cameras. >> i think it shows the accountability and transparency we want to send. you know those communities are on the street. >> reporter: on the eve of a court decision in a legal battle over police body cameras, commissioner william evan made an announcement he hopes will set an example. his chief and seven other members of the command staff will wear the body cameras but
>> the first that came to my head is cute. that's great. glad her doing that two months after the agreement was made. >> reporter: the issue of body cameras for the city officers have been a heated one. the six-month pilot program was slated to start at september 2 forkers? who volunteered to wear the cameras. when no one stepped forward a consultant assigned to 100 officers. filed a lawsuit saying the move violated their agreement that the program be voluntary. upon learning that the force's cameras. union representative said we believe that the commissioner and his staff have made a positive move forward with this display of leadership by doing what other cities have done in wearing body cameras, but others are meeting the announcement with cautious optimism including boston police camera action team waiting to see how the reality will play out. >> i am really happy that they made this decision, but at the end of the day, the community
are waiting to see what the judge's decision will be which is expected today because the commissioner is resuming this program on monday and we will live in boston, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. new this morning, police are investigating a shooting in worcester. this was the scene in west boylston street at around 1:30 this morning. the shooting happened at about two hours earlier, but as you can see, there was still a lot of police activity. the telegram reports that both were taken to the hospital one with a gunshot to his leg. the other with unknown injuries. 6:04 this morning. and following developing news out of north korea where the company says it has successfully tested another nuclear warhead. the 5.3-magnitude quake was detected in the same location of other nuclear tests. if found a nuclear test was
to try to confirm a nuclear event. low water levels from your ongoing drought will force one local city to take drastic action. worcester is implementing serious water restrictions and to he cusses more on just people's lawns. michael henrich is live in worcester with those new restrictions. >> reporter: sara, first put the drought in perspective. this water glass represents worcester's reservoir water system. heading into the fall it is at about 80% capacity. all right, so right now let's say that is about 55% capacity. and city leaders are looking at this glass and saying, hey, that looks half empty. when you sit down at a restaurant. it is pretty common to find a glass of tap water then placed on the table. now in worcester, you will need to ask for it first. >> average rainfall does not just -- it is just not enough
deficit. in short, this is an emergency. >> reporter: the commonwealth's second largest city declared the water shortage a stage 3 drought and issued new restrictions that included no watering of lawns except with water cans. the fire department is stopping all training involving water. you can't wash your cars at home. and no water will be served in restaurants unless the customer asks. the water levels are so low, city leaders stood in one of worcester's ten reservoirs while announcinghe restrictions and stayed completely dry. they said they should have been under 20 feet of water. >> the best thing that can happen to ease this drought is a lot of rain. the second best thing is conservation. >> reporter: anyone who violates any of these new water restrictions can face a fine of $200 just for that first offense. live in worcester, i am michael henrich, fox25 news.
and the critical swing states remain undecided about which way they will vote. quinnpiac university gave new polling numbers hillary clinton and donald trump are tied in florida. and north carolina and pennsylvania both have clinton in the lead. as expected, voter turnout was very low for primary day here in massachusetts yesterday. but polls were crowded in the milton area in the race to replace embattled state state representative won the primary with 5% of the vote easily defeating noro harrington with 43. timothy will face off against an independent in the november election. no republicans challenger. er earlier this year joyce announced he would not seek another turn amid a federal corruption investigation. the district attorney is explaining why it took six months to bring charges against the driver to crashed into a newton restaurant killing two people.
charges including motor vehicle homicide. he plowed into the sweet tomatoes in march. marion ryan tells fox25 that every case is different, and she wanted to get this one right. >> these are complicated situations. we do a full and fair investigation. and in these situations, it takes a long time. we are also often dependent on information from other agencies. >> reporter: ryan wouldn't say what led her to bring these charges, but as fox25 previously reported, driving record showed three at-fault accidents in 2010, 2004 and 1998. an rulely passenger that caused a flight to end in logan is expected in court. state police say a passenger was removed from a plane and will be deported. the flight was headed from london to orlando when the passenger tried to interfere with the flight crew. british airways sent us a statement saying our customers and crews deserve to enjoy their flight and not suffer
be tolerated and the appropriate action will always be taken. we would like to apologize for the detry other customers on that flight. in just two days, the patriots will play the first game of the new season and the issue is the status of rob gronkowski. he had limited practice and is hardly a sure thing for sunday night's game. gronk was surprisingly candid when asked if he was completely ready to go. >> i have with a little -- i am just feeling better every day. it is down to the coach's decision and the medical team and myself. we will all get together and collaborate and see where i am at. >> gene: that lingering hamstring issue. one player that won't be on the field is tom brady sitting out the first of the four-game suspension. jimmy garappalo will get the
the red sox will face the jays in what is easily the biggest series of the year so far for both teams. right now the red sox lead the jays by one game in the division. we check traffic and weather together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone. the expressway is part of your morning commute. up to 18 minutes from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. shiri. 74 degrees right now in the boston area. we have mostly cloudy yet dry conditions there. travelers from north of boston encountering a couple of showers but we have oppressive i do have some weekend improvements. i will break it down next. a scary mystery brewing in a local neighborhood. coming up at 6:30, the spot where dozens of birds like this one are suddenly dropping dead. a man turns around and he finds this. his suv engulfed in flames. the one thing he carries every day that he says caused an the one thing he carries every day that he says caused an explosion in his and the fight over the national anthem and football is picking up steam.
6:14. meteorologist shiri spear here, and i do have more and more of these lighter showers beginning to pop up, even some tracking close to boston right now. and framingham over to northbridge and east douglas. these have tracking eastward. another batch in bedford, topsfield, haverhill and derry, new hampshire. 14-year-old freshman shot and killed herself after wounding another female student. this happened at alpine high school in west texas yesterday morning. police say the shooter just moved to the area six months ago and unclear what her motive may have been. two other shooters were originally reported and in the confusion, a u.s. marshal accidentally shot a homeland security agent in the leg. he is expected to be fine and the injured student is expected to be okay as well. the start of football season
is being plagued by a star-spangled scandal. all started with 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick who refuses to stand during the national anthem. he says a peaceful protest against racial inequality. now we are hearing an entire team is plan tag protest during their first game on sunday. daniel miller joins us with a look at the growing backlash. >> daniel: this movement only picking up steam as the football season gets under way. before the broncos panthers game behindbacker brandon marshal took a knee. quarterback colin kaepernick. he made headlines when he refused to stand for the national anthem during the team's final preseason game. he said after the game he is not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. since his initial protest he has gotten success from soccer star megan rapano who took a knee in the sideline during
change. david dangle have been pushing a bill since 2013 to make professional athletes stand for the national anthem and wrote a letter to the nfl asking for change in protocol. >> does mr. colin kaepernick have a trite do this, yes, he does. do i think this is right? absolutely not. >> daniel: the nfl wrote the lawmaker right and will you discuss the importance of respect with the teams. . colin kaepernick pla continue his protest when the 49 percent play the rams. there are report that the entire seattle sea hawks team is planning some sort of protest when they play the dolphins on sunday. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: sunday being september 11. it will be interesting to see what if anything they do. the graphic picture out of ohio shows the horrific events of the heroin epidemic. these pictures are disturbing. police in liverpool, ohio posted these images on
show a couple passed out in the car with a 4-year-old in the back seat. they say an officer started following a car after watching it weave through traffic on the roadway. they say it almost hit a school bus before coming to a stop. both the man and that woman was revived using n arcan. bot i in the back seat has been place in protective services. 6:17. we check traffic and weather every ten minutes. earlier accident on 128 southbound has cleared as you which is a good thing because a highly traveled part of our morning commute. expressway starting to transition from green to the orange traffic flow. another 15 minutes or so before things really start to slow down. north of the pike things looking good on 93 south. live look where traffic and volume is manageable on the zakim and leverett connector. here are those live drive times. 14 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 28 minutes on 93 south. 25 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass
you will be dealing with some hot and humid conditions, and meteorologist shiri spear joining us to break it all down. hi, shiri. >> shiri: how hot? really hot. we will be up near 90. we already had 20 90-degree days so far in 2016. and looks like we will add another one or at least get really, really close in boston right now. we have a couple of rain showers out there mostly north and west of boston. on the mass pike across 495 up 93 up that is where you will find the affects of the morning showers. it is really warm and very sticky. 75 degrees the temperature right now in lawrence where we do have some of that light rain out there now. you can see by 8 a.m., we are still at about 75 degrees. slow warm-up to give the cloud cover that we have. but at 10 a.m., we are up again to 80 degrees. by lunchtime, we will be in the upper 80s and you will see that things do get bright they are afternoon. i don't see the showers lasting us too, too long here.
90s in boston and beverly, portsmouth over to lawrence and fitchburg. 92 in worcester. 86 in worcester today. 92 in norwood rather and middle 80s over the cape and islands and most of the mornings will find our best rain chances. so through 10:00 this morning, i do anticipate there will be a few showers out there. some of them even getting close to boston. not a washout of a morning. just a kind of gray, humid start north of the pike. south of the pike closer to the front, a little more cloud versus the sunshine. and a chance of evening showers will be hung up over the south coast, the cape, the islands. the rest of the area, i will give you a dry friday afternoon, a dry friday evening as well. by the time you wake up tomorrow morning, it will be south of the pike close to that front that we have the risk for a few morning hours. tomorrow is not going to be perfect. we will see on and off clouds.
that risk is primarily out across westernmost massachusetts and southern new hampshire. but i do want you to be alert. keep that fox25 weather apsz on hand. the chance is low enough that it is not worth cancelling any of your saturday plans sunday a front coming through and your best chances for the weekend for seeing rain. the timing of that sunday front will come from late morning to early afternoon. we could see thunder and lightning along with it. if you are going to be outside you do need to be the sunshine is back. sets up camp on tuesday as well, wednesday showers at 75 degrees and then a big cooldown for the end of the week. waking up to some 40s by thursday morning. back to you. now 6:20 this morning. a tribute to police coming down today. coming up this morning, why one local town taking these blue ribbons down. and a kid plus sugar at a baseball game. you got yourself a viral sensation. the new nickname this little
they are also being banned from checked luggage after samsung issued a recall for the phones because the batteries can overheat and catch fire. so far no injuries have been reported but there have been a few close calls. and here an example of what can happen with the phone. this is all that is left of a jeep in st. petersburg, florida after its owner left his galaxy note 7 charging inside. >> it is very amazing how quick the dash caught on fire. it started exploding. that a brand-new device, something as simple as a phone is going to burn down my house -- you know, my car. >> sara: nathan doorknock i said he had no idea his brand-new phone was part of the major recall, but he was just glad no one was hurt. i have a special love for traffic cameras since i watch them six hours a day every day. >> gene: makes sense. >> the internet has fallen in love with one traffic stream
this traffic camera is not very exciting. people on twitter writing things like 1400 watching and nobody knows why. at this point, many people appear to be watching it as a part of a collective joke we may not be in on. . >> gene: for something happening. >> julie: a flash mob. streaker. >> gene: worth the wait, i suppose. a little girl at a baseball taste of cotton candy. she was caught on the jumbotron. the short clip was shared thousands of times on twitter including the mariners themselves. many called for little beatrice to be called the player of the game, but only one thing that she wanted -- >> i didn't have enough. >> oh, you didn't have enough. >> i want more cotton candy. >> you are going to need some more. >> yeah.
sugar high. she is now being called cotton candy girl online. i don't want to -- don't recall ever eating anything for the first time and having that type of reaction to it. julie have you will to theton candy. >> gene: not in a long time. >> gene: changing ingredients since i was a kid. >> julie: they will be on "ellen" in a week. the next little child star. gene-o gene she is ready for her time in the spotlight. >> shiri: the blue lips and in boston. 90 in worcester. 95 concord, new hampshire. we will be within a few degrees of these record highs, and time line on today's warm-up just minutes away. amazon is reaching out to football fans. the new service they are rolling out to help out forgetful tailgaters. people in dorchester wake up to find dozens of dead
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complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is the fox25 morning news. calendar does say september. let me double check that. yes, september, but going to feel like summer. we have heat, we have humidity on tap for today. summer hanging around for a little bit. >> sara: let's keep extending it and extending it and enjoy it while it is here, right. >> sara: check in with meteorologist shiri spear with the muggy drive to work and school. >> shiri: muggy indeed. all this moisture and humidity feeling the morning fog. not bad stuff. not fixed stuff but mostly focused over the south coast. the cape and islands getting into plymouth as well. i don't have any significant rain. a little bit misty here from plymouth to marion over to new bedford. boston with dry conditions at
now through waltham, through work oburn, through boxford. boston, there is a threat for you seeing a shower. town season, 70. new ipswich, a little more green on the map in salem. dealing with misty and drizzly conditions this morning and a lot of cloud cover. 74 degrees right now in boston. at least from that live look. looks like some of the clouds will thin out from time to time. brighten up this afternoon. look at that 90 degrees p.m. your feels-like temperature 95 when you factor in the humidity. julie is up with live drive time traffic. kicking things up north of the pike. >> 6:30 and this is when things start to typically slow down and looking good on route 1 and 93 south. pike wide open from framingham through the weston tolls into the alston opinion brighton area and here is where we are slowing down the expressway rarely do we get relief around exit 13, freeport street. live drive times.
33 minutes on 93 south. 13 minutes on 128 as you head from westwood to the weston tolls. back to you. checking our top stories this morning at 6:30, two massachusetts state troopers and one lieutenant has been suspended without pay while they are investigated. police say they are, quote, reviewing a transfer of a limited number of surplus weapons to a state-authorized dealer. massachusetts state police have asked the attorney general to review the internal investigation. they have not verified the names of those involved today, a judge will decide if boston police officers will be forced to wear body cameras as all part of a controversial pilot program being challenged by the union. yesterday commissioner bill evans announced that his chief and seven other top cops have volunteered to wear the cameras. the command officers will have to follow all the policies of the program but will not be part of a study group. if ray proved, the body camera program is scheduled to begin on monday. a bizarre mystery
dozens of birds have asenly dropped dead and no one seems to know why. live in dorchester and just spoke with a city official out investigating early this morning. >> reporter: we did, gene. these birds were all in this part of dorchester. woke up to find dozens of them on the ground. inspectional services are there making the rounds and trying to figure out what caused all of this. we have a photo of the type of bird affected called a grackle we understand and 4 was found on the ground and falling from the trees here yesterday. 15 of those birds ended up dying. two cats also got sick, and one of them had to be put down. this all happened in the area of bakersfield, sum network and annapolis in dorchester. the animal rescue league of boston is now caring for the birds that sur strived, and they are still working to figure out what caused it. they will be doing some testing on those birds. and we did just speak with inspectional services of boston a short time ago and they say they are looking into a couple of different things
no idea what caused all of this. >> we don't know. and will be revealed when the test comes in but -- and it could have been something done innocent. i don't want to think somebody is doing this intentionally but, again, we are asking the whole neighborhood, anybody who sees anything out of line dial 3-1-1. >> reporter: now you can see here from this morning, they have been going around checking every square inch of this neighborhood. two things they are looking into right now the possibility that s the birds or that they maybe got in some sort of pest control in the neighborhood. but, this is really scary for people who live here because they don't know what exactly is causing this especially people who have tests. a short time ago we spoke with a guy who had two cats die last week and they were only about 5 years old and now he is worried it may be related to this. we will hear from him coming up at 7:30. live in dorchester. jessica reyes, fox 25 news. happening today, blue
down. a local wife of a law enforcement officer put the blue ribbons up in royalton and several other local towns back in august. the permit was not requested but there was a verbal okay to keep them up through the end of september, but when two residents voiced their concerns this week, the board of selectmen voted a retroactive permit for two weeks which ends tonight just something we are very proud of. and for this to happen, it stomps on the heart a bit. people in royalton are lining up to show their support by hanging the ribbons on private property. arresting a vandal spray painting mailboxes and stop signs. they connected the man to the graffiti on instagram. they flagged his pictures because he posted what was a firearm. later it was determined to be bb guns. he has been charged with vandalism. a billerica couple is throwing their retirement money into a hole.
more than 30 feet long and 15 feet wide. it will cost $8,000 to repair. they say the problem comes from the original contractor who laid the foundation on trash and tree stumps 40 years ago. but the contractor's liability term is up and the city is not taking any blame even though it issued the permit. >> and the attitude has become buyer beware. how can a buyer beware when something is hidden from view so that they have no idea what is going on until cavity opens up. >> the couple wants a new law to protect other people in their situation. um. one of the stars of a new movie being film in brockton. joan for playingfork inn in "the star wars: the force awakens" sent out these tweets. he is playing the main character in the untitled move tree that takes place during the 1967 detroit riots and filming in brockton. parts of the film shot in dorchester and lynn.
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together every ten minutes. live look at the zakim bridge where things are still manageable on the zakim and the leverett connector. drive time right now on 93 south, 37 minutes as you head from 495 in and overdown to the leverett connector. here is shiri with your bus stop forecast. >> shiri: we have some clouds around in boston kind of blocking that beautiful sunrise this morning but 74 degrees the temperature now. dew point at 70 means a really muggy start to the day. now we have got 70s on tap for massachusetts to southern new hampshire. because we have patchy lighter showers for kids coming home from school at 3 p.m. temps near 90 degrees. short sleeves a must because it is going to be hot and humid today. 49ers fans will be able to order food and drinks right to the parking lot. the team announced new partnership with amazon called prime now. prime now will offer delivery in an hour or less to the staple yum so tailgater also be able to order snacks and drinks instead of worrying about fighting game day traffic.
available to amazon prime members. a hingham couple happy to see pope francis on their visit to the vatican and got a lucky experience. the couple's 9-year-old daughter gave the pope a pot holder. determined to give him her give even though the couple thought they would never get close enough. the girl passed the pot holder up in the crowd thanks to a family next to them and the pope lit up when he got the little girl's gift. an experience the couple says they will never forget. baking the pope does but now he is prepared. >> sara: this will be a story that little girl will tell even when she is a grandparents. a judge is set to rule on controversial body cameras, and the drought that is forcing one city to put in tough new water restrictions. check with our reporter after the break. tears and cheers for the family of a police officer during a special game in his honor. the surprise visitor who stole the show.
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with the latest. catherine, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. court resumes at 9:00 and we will be checking in to see if that has been made yet. the boston police hopes to begin a pilot program on monday and he has announced begin a pilot program on monday and he has announced that eight of the tops will be reporting in it. the pilot program is supposed to happen on september 2, but didn't happen because officers didn't volunteer to participate in that program and prompted boston police commissioner william evan to use a consultant to assign cameras police unified a lawsuit to temporarily stop the program saying it say rates its contract. he says there were instances where having the cameras would have been useful and the union responded to this announcement by the commissioner and not everybody thinks this is really significant steps. we will explain more coming up in 15 minutes. live in catherine parrotta, fox 25 news.
where city leaders are imposing a new round of water use restrictions in the wake of a more severe drought than there has been in quite a long time. here are those restrictions. i want to put them on the screen for you. right now residents here in worcester with not water their lawns unless they use a hand-held watering can. the fire department is stopping all training involving water. you can't wash your cars at home anymore for the time being. and this is catching atten attention. you can not be served water, tap water at a restaurant unless you ask for it. so gone for now are the days of sitting down and a glass of water just appearing for you. coming up in about 15 minutes, we will go over what the water levels should be in the city's reservoir system and what the penalties are if people do break these new restrictions. live in worcester, i am michael henrich, fox25 news. at 6:46. following up on that, we have the remnants of a hurricane, tropical storm here, and didn't even get enough rain out of that to make a difference.
>> really incredible, shiri, today, just a bunch of humidity. >> shiri: a bunch of humidity. the rain i have is drizzle. it will not bring you more than a few hundreds of an inch of rain. hot and humid and normally expect to wake up to a low of 60 degree as the sun comes up this time of year and hit a high of 75. we will be 15 degrees above average not just to start off your day but to get into the afternoon as well. we are talking 90s. area stirring up a couple of those light showers now. mostly right along 128 and 95. and you can see that does continue toward northeastern massachusetts. boston -- get ready -- if you were leaving the house now or even in the next hour in boston, might want to grab that umbrella just in case. anything you get is really, really light and patchy. through 8 a.m., you can see that risk is up and down eastern massachusetts with -- with temperatures rather getting into the middle 70s here at 8 a.m.
this is the very latest that i can see any showers lasting shapes up to be mostly dry. by noontime, clouds breaking apart. temperatures moving into the lower to mid-80s. and we will be in the 90s at 3 p.m. as the kids are coming home from school. futurecast overdone a little bit with the green on the map. the rain chances. i will keep us partly sunny. brightest north and west of boston. because the front is closer to southeastern mass, i do have a few more clouds over the cape a shower passing over say the south coast, the cape and island. at 7 p.m., keep your outdoor plans for the evening showers but to me, it is looking mostly dry especially boston northward. it looks great out there. it looks mostly clear and quiet. really hot and muggy. 90 in boston and ipswich. 92 in lawrence and norwood. 92 in manchester, new hampshire.
clouds that way. tomorrow will be 73 in boston. 79 in plymouth. lower 80s in foxborough. up to nashua, new hampshire. we should be close to 80 degree. but your best bet for showers is going to be on sunday. so this is the latest here. actually just working on this and updating the position of some of these fronts. early tomorrow morning, there is a front close by that is very, very weak. i don't think it will bring us much in the way of showers but a slight risk in particular along and south of the pike tomorrow morning, and then during the aft the pike, best bet will be in southern new hampshire and isolated shower there. but it is not a washout. most of your day dry featuring partly cloudy skies. i would keep your plans outside. sunday is when off much better chance of some showers. because we have a cold front coming through. the latest timeline on this a little bit slower because sunday morning you may wake up to dry conditions, but by late morning and early afternoon. you do have that slug of rain. and likely with patchy rain.
later than that and allows to get a little bit warmer, we could see heavier pockets of rain and thunder and lightning to go along with it. we are fine tuning the timing of the sunday showers and will be keeping you posted as we get updates. 90 degrees today. threat for a morning shower and brighten up. hot and humid. humidity dry into tomorrow. 80 degrees. slight risk of a saturday shower. better chance of seeking sunday rain at 82 and dry out wi and more sunshine and wednesday. and cool down big time with a high of 69 degrees and sun on thursday. look at that morning low of 39 degrees. we will send you over to julie with live drive time traffic. how is it going out there. >> julie: a brand-new accident and skyfox bringing new pictures over it. 128 southbound at main street. someone is being loaded continue to to an ambulance right now happening in lynnfield. we have that righthand shoulder and part of the right lane is blocked.
still relatively light. not seeing a huge impact on the drive times. it not cleared out quickly, it will cause drive times to jump. as we shift south, an dent continue to t+ r e+ mont street. and. and here are your live drive times. 31 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 26 minutes on the expressway. 41 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. back to you. las vegas police are responding to questions about how a murder suspect escaped camera is the only thing saw alonso perez as he worked his way to break out of those handcuffs. you can see twisting the cuffs until they snaps the hinges off of them and used a chair to climb out of the ceiling. las vegas police chief says they are trying to understand exactly how this escape happened. >> we are very aware that mistakes were made. i won't say that he wasn't seen. he wasn't seen by us.
prevent something like this from happening again. dozens of people had to be rescued from cable cars in the french ark lps and passengers were actually left there overnight. this picture was taken by one of the rider. french and italian helicopters were able to get 68 people. 65 people out by night fall and another 45 people were stuck 12,000 feet in the air for the night. with the sun now up in the alps, they hope to have everyone back on solid ground soon. wel pay $185 million in penalties for the action of its employees. the bank fired 5300 workers for opening more than a million bank accounts which stole money from customers. employees took the money from accountholders in the form.of unauthorized fees. the bank plans to repay everyone affected. at the 15th anniversary of the september 11 attack approaches, wal-mart is being called out for an incentive display. this display of coca-cola
banner reading "we will never forget." customers took to social media to complain about the display saying that companies should not try to make money off this anniversary. an adult sex store plans to open up right next to a chuck e. cheese in indiana and people are not so happy about it. voicing their concerns what kind of message the adult store will in send being next to a restaurant that caters to kids. the a nasa is a launching a rocket not for the international pace station or another planet. this one is for a asteroid. it launched from cape canaveral in florida. speeding to a giant asteroid. not to blow it up, the space agency wants to grab a piece of the rock that is the size of the eiffel tower learn more of the origins of earth. the first of the kind nor nasa. the rocket by the way will not reach the asteroid for another seven years. the tallest building west
this out. the iron workers who completed the project of the celebratory picture more than 1100 feet up in the air. that is 350 feet higher than the top floor of the pru. the workers were posing on top of the 294-foot s picks re -- spire they first finished installing on top of wilshire in los angeles. paying tribute to a fallen police officer. the game was raising money for family. the emotional game and the special guest hiding on the field. >> daniel: a high school football game with a special purpose. two rivals coming together for one cause. >> daniel: it was the first game of the season between rivals auburn and leicester. a special night of football. the top cop game top to honor auburn police officer ron
doing this fall. that type of guy, you know. but i am sure he is up there watching us. >> reporter: an estimated 5,000 friend and complete strangers bought tickets, wore t-shirts in his memory. all the proceeds benefiting his wife and three children. >> we have been through so much and they deserve this and excellent benefit to them. >> daniel: the most emotional moment of the night, her son private first-class ron t+ aranti bragg to surprise her and disguised himself as a leicester football player before showing up on the field. >> this community has so much heart. >> hard for me to be so far away an not being here to support them. scenes like this are a big deal. >> reporter: officer tarantin o lived in leicester and.worked there before
>> great to see the community come together that they care so much about us. >> we can't express how much it means to us. it is amazing. >> daniel: here is another gesture. all personnel working the night. game including the police officers, fire fighters, emts and even school administrators volunteered their services in honor of officer tarantino. all of the proceeds from the game will go to his family. in the control room, i am daniel miller, fox 25 news. >> gene: what an amazing night. story and just -- t+ arantino's wife is probably just so -- could you see it in her expression. >> gene: everybody got choked up for good reason. next at 7:00, a shocking crash caught on camera. a car slams into this convenience store trapping a clerk underneath. the mistake that sent this suv flying through the wall. plus, a national anthem controversy shifting into high gear with the start of the nfl season. the entire team planning a
what time they dry up. >> sara: the fight over body cameras will end today. the high ranking boston police officers who have offered to wear them even before a judge makes his decision. >> michael: if you enjoy a glass of tap water when you go to a restaurant, get ready to start having to ask for it first. that and other restrictions the drought is causing in massachusetts second largest city. >> gene: patriots are already without tom could be on the bench for the season opener. the issue surrounding his hamstring injury coming up. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: 7:00 and good morning on friday morning. i'm gene lavanchy.