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end. >> michael: if you enjoy a glass of tap water when sit down at restaurant, get ready to start having to ask for it first. that and other restrictions the drought is causing and massachusetts second largest city. >> daniel: banned from luggage. what was prompted warning. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good friday morning, everyone. 9:00 on september 9th. i'm julie grauert. >> daniel: this is not a good hair day and i'm not speaking from experience. stormtracker weather center this morning, brace yourselves for extreme humidity and if you have
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>> light patchy showers from shrewsbury to pine hurts this morning, northeastern massachusetts getting just really light and patchy stuff in ipswich and raleigh to city brooke and lawrence and salem, new hampshire. temperatures upper 70s. it is really muggy out there. this is very conducive to getting some fog. a lot of the up but still hanging on to a little bit in worcester where it is a touch cooler right now, still in the lower 70s, a little closer to dew point and fog thinning out for sure in cape and islands. hour-by-hour forecast 81? and 1:00 p.m. 85, upper 80s, lower 90s this afternoon and mix of sun and clouds really for the second half of the day. we do dry out. the thing is the humidity is just going to be sky high, so
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warmer because of the humidity. break down the weekend rain risk in a few. julie back now with live drive time traffic. >> julie: things looking good on the roads. lingering on 93 south and around route 16. pike though moving along fine and expressway typically slow to the braintree split up to columbia road. here are live drive times, 34 minutes on pike eastbound 495 to mass ave. 29 minutes on the expressway, 46 minutes on 93 south approach the zakim bridge. >> daniel: happening today a judge will decide whether or not boston police officers will start the body camera program. it is a controversial idea and not a single officer volunteered. catherine parrotta live in boston this morning. catherine now high ranking people in the department have stepped up to the plate.
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after the judge decision is made and judge expected to release the decision. court has now resumed and going in after the report to just check on that, see where the progress is right now. commissioner evans did hope to put the program into effect starting monday and as we mentioned eight of the city's top cops has said they will participate. >> shows transparency and commanders on the street. >> catherine: legal over body cameras, commissioner evans he hopes will set an example. chief and seven other members of command staff will wear the body cameras and even that announcement hasn't sour rounded controversy. >> i'm glad they are doing that now two months after the agreement was made. >> issue of body cameras for officers has been heated one. 6-month pilot program slated to start september 2nd with volunteers that wear the cameras
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officers and largest police union filed a lawsuit two weeks ago saying the move violated the agreement that the program be volunteer and he upon learning the force's command staff would wear the cameras, union president patrick rose applauded the move saying we believe the commissioner moved forward with display of leadership with doing what other cities have done had in wearing body cameras but other have cautious optimism. waiting toee will play out. >> i'm very happy they made this decision but end of the day the community is bit tired of symbol ism. >> commissioner has continued to say having the body cameras will be useful and said that earlier this week and tell you which of the city's command staff said he volunteered weeks ago to be a part of this program. i will have that for you in half hour and what i find out when heading into the courthouse in a
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>> daniel: three massachusetts state troopers under investigation and without pay. lieutenant assigned to the state police armor section which handles the selection, control and operational readiness of all lethal and nonlethal weapons. spokesperson tells fox25 internal investigation is reviewing the transfer of limited number of surplus weapons to a state authorized without pay and as investigation proceeds. we have also learned the state attorney general will review the findings of their investigation to decide on any criminal charges. >> police investigating shooting in worcester. look at scene in west boylston street at 1:30 this morning. it happened two hours earlier with a lot of police activity. the gun fire hit two men outside
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with gunshot wound to the leg, other with unknown injured. >> summer dryest on record and drastic measures to reserve the water supply. fox25 michael henrich live in worcester with new restrictions and i'm thinking you're very hydrated this morning because demonstration. >> michael: too full to give the demonstration again. i can't drink any more water and city official here in worcester would probably be glad that i'm laying off the water in the morning and good conversation with the folks inside boulevard diner here in worcester and they say nobody went to tell them new restrictions that does very much apply to business. pretty common to find a glass of tap water and you will need to ask for it first. >> that's crazy. >> michael: commonwealth
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three drought and new restrictions that include no watering of lawns except for with water cans. the fire department stopping all training involving water. you can't wash your cars at home and no water served in restaurants unless the customer asks. the water levels are so low, city leaders stood in worcester ten reservoir while announcing new restrictions and stayed completely dry. they say they should have been >> best thing that could happen is ease drought and second best thing siconservation. >> anyone caught violating with these restrictions and not conserving water faces a fine first time of $200 and goes up from there. live in worcester, i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> daniel: heart stopping video out of connect this
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calendar and pinning clerk out of pile of rubble. this happened as you could see from the crash outside, see the suv reverses right into one of the fuel pump barriers and then speeds forward into the store. police say the driver hit the gas instead of the brake. the clerk was taken to the hospital and expected to be okay. >> >> julie: grand including motor vehicle homicide. it plowed into the sweet tomatoes in march. marian ryan told fox25 every case is different and wanted to get this one right. >> these are complicated situations. we do a full and fair investigation and in these situations takes a long time. we are also often dependent on information from other agencies. >> ryan wouldn't say what led her to bring the charges but as
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casler's driving record revealed at fault actions -- accidents. >> daniel: voter turnout was low for primary day in massachusetts yesterday, but polls were crowded in the milton area in the race to replace embattled state senator brian joyce. walter timilty won with 55% of the vote easily defeating nora harrington who got 43%. timilty a democrat will against jonathan lott. there's no republican challenger earlier this year joyce announced he would not seek another term amid a federal corruption investigation. massachusetts senator elizabeth warren will join thousands of janitors and security officers in rally in boston common tomorrow. the event is meant to show support for fair contract for property workers in the boston area. the senior senator says workers have families to support and protect and that includes making sure they have fair pay and
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the worker current contract will expire on the thirtieth. >> julie: sox will face jays in easily considered the biggest series of the year for both teams. right now the sox lead the division by just a game. two days until kickoff first game of the season and big issue status of rob gronkowski. there was a limited practice yesterday and not a sure thing for sunday's game. gronk was surprisingly candid to go. >> no, i'm not. during the practice been week-to-week and better everyday and medical team and myself well get together and collaborate and see where i'm at. >> big person that will be missing from the field is tom brady sitting out and four game
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scandal. jimmy grab low will get the first of nfl career. >> basketball hall of fame induction ceremony. ten people among those honored including four time nba champ shaq. it will include allen iverson, michigan state coach and sheryl swoops. daniel: new at 9:00 exciting site on south shore, one of the world's most endangered sea turtles on beach in scituate. ridley turtles usually travel in warm summer currents and sometimes they get stuck in the cape when they try to migrate south in the hall. harbormaster holding the turtle until their office -- in their office until the new england aquarium can come and get the little guys later today. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. taking look at drive time on 93 south right now. 46 minutes as you head from 495
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shiri? >> shiri: 77 now in boston. warm-up continues despite the early morning cloud cover. so we got clouds 10:00 a.m. 79? 11:00 a.m. 81 and bet you start to see thin spots in clouds right around lunchtime today but the best bet -- part of the whole forecast the fact that we got humidity dropping as we enter the weekend. so give you the latest on weekend showers coming up. amazon to take tailgating to whole the special service already up and rubbing that eliminates the need for pregame trip to the grocery store. >> julie: i thought that was the point of tailgating. airlines taking extra precautions to prevent trouble in the air.
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>> shiri: massachusetts from north reading in lawrence, eastward still seeing the light and patchy rain. push upper cape, sandwich, mashpee and falmouth, all seeing misty skies. >> daniel: new this morning graphic photos out of ohio showing the horrific effect of heroin epidemic. we want to warn you these pictures are disturbing. east liverpool ohio posting these images on facebook page, couple passed out in car with
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seat and officer started following the car after watching it weave through traffic on the road and they say it almost hit a school bus before coming to a stop. both the man and woman were revived using narcan. the boy in the back seat has been placed in protective services. >> julie: 9:16. faa warning people about fire danger with the new smartphone. issue with the galaxy seven note. tracking letter with passengers. >> there's growing concern the samsung could catch fire and warning flyers not to use them in the air. take look at that. galaxy seven note should not be used on airplanes and not charge it while in the air and warning them not to pack the smartphone
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high-tech new phone was released by samsung, world largest cell phone maker and ships 2.5 million units in galaxy note seven since launch august 17th august 17th and less than a week ago announced recall and replacement for all of those phones saying fire danger comes from faulty battery. the latest in united states bad news for samsung recall same time this is happening apple is announcing their new line of iphones. reporting this morning in washington, justin gray, fox25 news. >> julie: nicely on 128 south of the pike and approach morrissey boulevard. north of the pike trouble spot 93 south and an accident at the moment and heavy steady volume
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great. and 13 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 53 minutes 93 south from andover down to the leverett connector, 23 minutes on 128 southbound so you're just cruising route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. cruising but may be in the air-conditioning because already -- 77. is that -- am i reading this right? >> you're reading that correct. that's already over the normal high temperature for this time of the year. normally our high about 75?, so starting in the 70s. we land good news is from here it is a little cooler over the weekend and lower 80s and by monday 75? which sounds so much cooler and this, in fact, is normal. right now i have rain on the map for portions of the cape, also got some drizzle following over northeastern massachusetts, back across the mass pike, let's check out the lawrence. i think that's a good spot to
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sw little more showers 79 in worcester, 79 in concord, new hampshire. we got lower 80s in concord and boston on sunday and 75? in worcester and wetter of two days and looking nice and wake-up temps in the 50s and highs in the 70s, viv on wednesday as more showers come through that
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morning temps in the 40s and high of about 69?. back to you. >> second chance at life. freeway found on route 1a with broken legs and broken pelvis. he was taken in by ocean view kennels. kennels could not afford to take him to the vet and if did not have money today freeway would be put down. we got g created that gofundme page and 18 hours, julie, get this, raised $8,700. more than their $6,000 goal. >> daniel: local couple hit with thousands in unexpected costs and putting retirement and home at risk. football player protest good and
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team as colin kaepernick in college. woman's soccer star megan also took a knee on the sidelines of her recent game. all of these protests are sparking one local lawmaker from lowell to push for change. state representative david wrote letter to the nfl asking for a change in protocol. he has been working on a bill for the past three years to make professional athletes stand for the right to do this? yes. do i think it is wrong? yes. >> daniel: kaepernick plans to continue the protest monday night when the 49ers play the rams and won't be alone this weekend. according to the seattle times the seahawks planning a pregame demonstration of unity honoring the united states and the flag before they play the dolphins on sunday. sunday is also the day we mark
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9/11 terror attacks. >> julie: team announced new partnership with amazon called prime now. prime now offer delivery in hour or less to the stadium so tailgaters will be able to order snacks and drinks instead of game day traffic and service only available to amazon prime members. >> julie: do you want to order gluten-free food? owner of white moose cafe in dublin, ireland customers they have celiac disease or gluten intolerance. doctors at mass general policy might be helpful and restaurants don't know how to treat severe -- don't know how severe the gluten allergies can be and kitchen might not think of cross contamination when preparing food. comes days after gluten free
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kay -- day and see if it works. >> julie: within hour or two. >> daniel: hot wings, i need them. >> julie: immediately. can't wait another second. let's check in with meteorologist shiri spear now for look at the forecast. shiri? >> shiri: forecast, you know it is going to be hot. these are record highs, 93 boston, 95 concord, 90 in worcester and going to be within a couple degrees of these record highs. i will show you which towns and cities get up to 90 and how hot it will be over t >> julie: big surprise for officer's widow during a charity game in his honor.
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: few morning showers out there. increase this afternoon and temperatures could crank up to near 90?. >> it >> daniel: september and kids back at school and going to feel like summer out there today, heat and humidity on the horizon >> shiri: i think you will be swimming through the forecast and falmouth over the cape and islands and south shore and not
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throughout right now. 78 already in hyannis. we got a little batch of light rain that's going to be tracking toward you here. marshfield 77?, boston 77 and newbury down to malden, waltham, dover over to natick and green popping out of the map and still have sprinkles and cracks in the clouds locally and add the humidity, your heat index 90 by noon. 3:00 p.m. the actual temperature close to 90?, heat index 95 and by 7:00 p.m. 81?. it should end up being brightest probably as we end up into the evening hours. i have more rain coming into town for the weekend. i will walk you through when you
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back to julie now with live drive time traffic. >> things working one route 1 and 128 southbound. volume lingering on 93 south starting near route 16 in medford and continuing into somerville. south of the pike getting relief on the expressway and the pike is wide open. here are live drive times, 25 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 23 minutes on the expressway. nearly 40 minutes on 93 south from andover down to the zakim bridge. breaking now new hampshire sex offender is behind bars accused of exposing himself to group of high school girls in lexington. police say jacob moebbly hall of manchester outside after a short foot chase. and similar charges dating back to 2008 and expected in court later today. >> dozens of birds turning up dead on sidewalk and no one knows why.
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dorchester this morning and problem hurting cats. >> animal rescue league one cat had to be put down yesterday and they found another in this area that was very, very sick. over the last 24 hours there have been several departments from all over the city in this neighborhood including the health department and inspectional services but this morning they still don't know what's causing this. a bizarre situation in dorchester. more sky this thursday. gina sullivan found two on her front porch. >> two birds, weren't dead yet but they were close it and you could tell they were suffering. >> >> julie: 47 found sick and pen of those later died and two sick cats and one that had to be put down thursday. >> lived here 17 years.
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suddenly die last week and now he can't help but wander whatever killed the birds were the same. >> julie: walked around bakersville and anal list and found one bird that looked to be sick but still trying to figure this out. >> it could have been something done innocently. i don't want to think that somebody is doing this intentionally. >> the animal rescue league now caring for the birds that survived. they will be doing testing today to determine what killed the others. everyone here anxious for answers. >> i would like to know what's causing it. something i'm breathing,
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both sides. >> catherine: commissioner for the program and judge did expect to have that made by today and wants to start the program monday and begin checking in with the clerk's office to see when the decision will come down. live in boston, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> daniel: body of joe anne was found inside her home monday night. neighbors reported seeing her with a man who was a known violent sex offenderrer. but police have not commented on
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police -- fox25 talked to neighbors who say busheer kept to herself. >> i think they had to have no conscience at all. i mean to do to a single woman that's 51, she wouldn't hurt anybody. >> haz-mat crews have been at the home collecting evidence all week and district attorney's office has not released cause of her death. >> daniel: blue ribbon and local wife of law officer put the blue ribbons up in august and required permit wasn't requested but there was a verbal okay to keep them up through the end of september. when two residents voiced their concern this week, the board of selectmen voted to grande retroactive permit for two weeks which ends tonight. >> something we are very proud of. for this to happen it really kind of stomps on the heart a
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hanging ribbons on their property. >> julie: presidential election is less than two months away and swing states undecided about which way they will vote. quinnipiac university release new polling numbers. hillary clinton and donald trump tied in florida and neck in neck and one point ahead of clinton. north carolina and pennsylvania both have clinton in the lead. this morning libertarian gary johnson is still dealing with the fallout of a policy gap on national tv. >> what would do you if you were elected about lepo. >> what is lepo? >> you're kidding? >> no. >> lepo sits in northern syria and represents the worst of the conflict there with death and massive humanitarian crisis and many believe it must be familiar with. johnson chalked the situation up
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performance. >> daniel: bill weld commented on snafu yesterday. >> 85% of the people in the country couldn't put lepo on a map. >> surrounded himself with knowledgeable people and dug into the topics and made informed decisions. the same thing he says president has to do. >> daniel: tuesday's protest against the new pipeline and destroying the land of native americans. stein was caught on camera spray painting a bulldozer.
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class rates and community college offering extended application periods and special tests for students looking to transfer the credits. itt shut down 136 campuses suddenly early this week. >> daniel: a massive sinkhole and driveway is growing bigger everyday. more than 30 feet long and 15 feet wide it will cost about $8,000 to repair. they say the problem comes from the original contractor who the foundation on trash and tree stumps 40 years ago. but the contractors liability terp is up and the city isn't taking any blame even though it issued the permit. >> 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 after a cavity opens up. >> the couple wants new law to protect other people in their
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weather together every ten minutes. taking a look at drive time on 93 south right now. we are back down to right around 31 minutes which is very reasonable as you head from 495 in andover down to the zakim. shiri? >> shiri: concert tonight at fenway and temperatures here in the upper 80s. it is going to brighten up from where we stand right now but going to be very muggy. probably feel like it is 90? out there but jason aldine concert with kidd rock tomorrow afternoon we got 75? and we got a few more clouds around. show you when to plan weekend showers next. >> julie: wells fargo fires thousands of employees for shady
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>> shiri: we have a couple showers traveling across hyannis and yarmouth as well and misty kind of feeling damp for all of us today. >> daniel: thousands of people show up for high school football game. two rivals coming together for
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it was the first game of the season between rivals auburn and lester. special night of football, top cop game to honor ron tarantino junior killed during a traffic stop in may. >> say what are you doing this for, type of guy. but i'm sure he is up there watching us. >> estimated 5,000 friends and complete strangers bought tickets, wore t-shirts i memory. all the proceeds benefiting his wife and three children. >> they have just been so much and they deserve this. i think this is an excellent benefit for them. >> most emotional moment of the night and private first class ron tarantino iii came from fort bragg to surprise her and disguised lester football player before showing up on the field.
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biggest heart. >> hard to be so far away and not being able to support them. they are a big deal. >> officer tarantino lived in lester and had worked there before joining auburn police. since the tragedy both towns have embraced the family. >> really cool to see the community come together that they care so much about us. >> amazing. the night of the game including firefighters, firefighters and all the proceeds will go to the tarantino family. >> julie: bill allow families to sue saudi arabia and courts country played in the attacks. lawmakers believe allowing lawsuits against foreign governments may answer lingering
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the u.s. senate unanimously approved the 9/11 lawsuit bill. the iconic american flag raised over the rubble at ground zero 15 years ago missing all of these years until now. the flag disappeared from ground zero in the days following the september 11th attacks. two years ago the man that claimed to be a marine brought this flag to fire station in everett, washington. the flag underwent forensic analysis to see if it was ground zero flag and this week it was finally confirmed. >> fir tower dust that was collected right at 9/11 and realized the particle types were found on the flag and 9/11 ground zero. >> the iconic flag now at 9/11 museum ready for this weekend's commemoration ceremonies. the identity of the man that turned the flag in remains unknown. >> daniel: hingham couple happy to see pope francis on the visit to the vatican.
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the pope a handmade pot holder. she was determined to give him the gift even though they didn't think they would get close enough. pope lit up when he got the little girl's gift and experience the couple says they will never forget. now, the question is do you think the pope will ever use that pot holder to put something in an >> julie: all green on 128 and southbound on the expressway. north of the pike route 1 moving along fine and just a little sluggish as you approach somerville. drive time 13 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin.
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23 minutes on 128 southbound peabody to the weston tolls. shiri spear joining us now and are we still hovering at 77, shiri or has it gone up already? >> 77? and put wrong graphic up here and show you what the heat index is and add in the fact we have high dew points in the 70s, really muggy, heat index feels like temperature actually 79 right now and you're going to see that even though boston probably getting upperrates or lower 90s today it is going to feel about five? warmer when add in the humidity this afternoon. there's the front and few showers it is spawning right now, clouds have been pretty stubborn all morning long as expected. noon time comes along and start to see things brightening up, temperatures in the low and mid-80s at lunch today across massachusetts and southern new hampshire at 3:00 p.m. look at these temperatures as kids coming home from school, lots of 90s, especially inland and boston spends most of the
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friday night plans, i like this latest update to future cast because it is keeping all of us dry, which is what the forecast calls for right now. i think that once we hit the overnight hours we got the slight risk of shower coming through but once we get through the morning showers, chances are we will brighten up and be partly cloudy and dry for the afternoon. record high in boston today 93? and record high in worcester not going to crack these kind of temperatures today but we will come somewhat close and 90 in boston today, 92 norwood. that might be a little optimistic in the city and along the coastline but either way you want to spin it, that is hot, 15?, 86 in worcester and middle 80s down over the cape and islands. tomorrow though we will see some 70s at the coastline, 76 beverly, 79 in plymouth, 74 in boston, both days over the weekend calling for 70s over the cape. worcester tomorrow 79? and we will be around the lower 80s here for your sunday and that's
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into place. tomorrow morning looking partly to mostly cloudy to me, could see one or two spot showers. once we hit the afternoon best chance for something popping up is going to be north and west of boston, especially into southern new hampshire here during the afternoon hours. but i think the general rule tomorrow is going to be dry and partly sunny and the general rule on sunday is going to be some scattered showers despite the fact you wake up to dry conditions here. we do have a front coming through and trigger some more showers, especially late-morning into the early afternoon and these could contain some locally heavy showers, could be downpours attached to those. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view. i know it is hot and humid with 90s out there and at least humidity with lower 80s and drop even more for the week next week and 50s, highs in the 70s, it is going to be a really beautiful great start to the week, even though tuesday night and wednesday we got the chance for showers by thursday
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so that will allow temperatures by thursday morning to fall all the way into the upper 40s in the burbs, even though boston likely in the 50s and highs just shy of 70?. back to you guys. >> a little girl with big talent. she is only 11 years old and already taking the fashion world by storm. the special methods she is hoping to share fios is not cable. we're wired differently. which means we can fix things differently.
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nea advocacy fund is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> julie: bruins debuted the brand-new warrior ice arena and ice rink as well as new locker rooms, training and weight rooms. bruins president cam neely boston hockey fans deserve the new arena as much as the team. training camp starts in couple weeks. some practices will be open to the public and find more pictures on the website at >> daniel: wells fargo will have to pay $185 million in penalties for actions of employees. bank fired 5300 workers for opening more than million fake accounts which stole money from customers and employees took money from customers in the form
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