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way to soccer practice. fox 25's crystal haynes is live in lexington. police say he tried to run away from them. >> well, the lexington police say that this new hampshire sex offender actually fled from them. he fled right down this path behind me, from the fitness center across the street. now the 30-year-old plead not guilty to seven counts of open arraignment and police say he admitted exposing himself to a group of lexington high school students on wednesday and thursday on the fitness path near these high school fields. >> he did admit to having been there, both that day and the day before. he did admit that he had exposed himself. >> he did speak willingly with police. i would note that that interview went unrecorded, despite lexington police department's
>> the reporter: now, mobley hall became a registered sex offender in new hampshire after serving three years of a seven year state prison sentence there. because of a similar crime. now, coming up at 5:00 p.m., the unique medical condition he told investigators he had that made him do this. reporting in lexington, crystal haynes, fox 25 news. >> well, if you spent any time outside today at all, you know the heat is back. boston tied its record with a high fox 25 storm tracker chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz is tracking some cooler weather, as we head into the weekend, hey, kevin. >> kevin: that temperature of 93 ties a record for sure. we're still waiting to see if we can brake it and go a degree higher in the late afternoon hours, but right now, it's sitting at 92 at logan airport. officially 91 in bedford. clearly a hot september day. this is the second year in a row on this date that we've broken or tied a record high temperature. the temperature we're tying is the same from last year, can you
this time it's just a one day spike. dewpoints are still in the 60's. still in the 70's here. so it is sticky out there to be sure, makes it feel even hotter than it is. the good news is, these will be coming down through the evening, it's already down to the lower 60's back here, that's the kind of air that's moving in, so this evening, for your plans in and around town, it's going to feel a lilibeth terms of accumulation. satellite-radar shows the front that came through last night is still sitting here and they're actually showers back here along it, and that front wants to come back northward, during the morning tomorrow. so watch how the cloud work back in here. there's the small risk for a couple of showers to come through southern new england. my bet ising you're going to stay dry tomorrow. don't plan your day around the potential for any showers, you're going to be ok for the most part, but we'll talk more about that threat coming up in a few minutes. >> well, lucky number 13. the mark of a busy shark season for the atlantic white shark conservancy. this is a photo of dr. greg skomel, who we featured a number of times on fox 25 tagging a white shark.
just two hours after reporting number 13, they tagged number 14. the doctor tagged a 14 footer near the wellfleet line. busy day for the shark researchers on the water. >> elizabeth: three massachusetts state troopers are suspend without pay pending an investigation. it's a story we broke last night at 10:00 p.m. the troopers, including one lieutenant, were assigned to the state police armor section, which deals with all lethal and nonlethal weapons. the spokesperson tells us an internal 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've also learned learned that the state attorney general will review the findings of the investigation to decide on any criminal charges. >> >> right now, worcester police are looking for the gunman who left one man dead and another man hurt after an overnight shooting. police found the 21-year-old
street. police are asking anyone with information on the suspect to let them know. the man convicted of killing a boston police officer will get a new trial after a ruling by the state's high of the court. the supreme judicial court upheld a lower court decision that sean ellis did not get a fair trial. ellis was convicted of the 1993 shooting of officer john mulligan. the court ruled he did not get a fair trial, because two key detectives on the case later pleaded guilty to corruption charges. said today, the evidence still points to ellis as the killer, and they will retry the case. >> elizabeth: well, here we are, there are less than two months to go before the general election an as joel waldman reports, it appears the race between donald trump and hillary clinton is tightening, especially in key battleground states. >> the reporter: donald trump appears to be making a comeback especially in some crucial battleground states. a new quinnipiac university poll
while tied with hillary clinton in florida. the democratic nominee remains ahead by low single digits, in pennsylvania and north carolina. >> the good news for donald trump is he can't be president if he can't win florida and ohio, and he is back in contention in both of those states. >> the reporter: clinton's numbers suffering in part because of her ongoing private email scandal. top house republicans now asking the justice department to investigate whether clinton, her lawyers, or computer expert, who's to a "new york times" report, obstructed justice when the emails were deleted back in march, 2015, despite an order to preserve the documents. >> it looks like they gave immunity to the very person you would most want to prosecute. which is the person who destroyed official public records after there was a subpoena and after there was a preservation order. >> the reporter: longtime clinton ally, lanny davis, coming to the defense of the
investigated the case clearing clinton. >> it is ironic that a republican chairman of the house committee criticizes the integrity of the f.b.i. and then goes on to quote f.b.i. director comey when it's for his purposes. hillary clinton remains focused on national security issues today, meeting with bipartisan military leaders in new york as a number of former generals and admirals backing her has grown to 110. in washington, joel waldman, >> elizabeth: tomorrow, massachusetts senator elizabeth warren will join thousands of janitors and security officers at a rally in boston common. the events is meant to show support for a fair contract for property workers in the boston area. senator warren says workers have families to support, and protect. and that includes making sure they have fair pay and benefits. the workers' current contract expires on the 30th. >> an eerie and quite shocking site in dorchester, where dozens of birds are turning up dead on
fox 25's jessica reyes reports from dorchester, where the problem is also hurting cats. >> >> the reporter: a bizarre situation in dorchester, where more than 40 birds fell from the sky on thursday. gina sullivan found two on her front porch. >> two birds, they weren't dead but close to it. you could tell they were suffering. >> the reporter: the birds are call grackles, the animal rescue league found26 who had to be put down on thursday. >> robert also had two perfectly healthy cats die last weekend and he can't help but wonder whatever killed those cats killed his. >> it was on its news yesterday. too coincidental. >> the reporter: bakersfield, and sumner annapolis industries were walked by police officers
>> it could have been something done innocently. i don't want to think that somebody is doing in in tensionnally. >> the reporter: the animal rescue league is caring for the birds that survived. they'll be doing testing today to determine what killed the others, everyone here anxious for answers. >> i would like to know what's causing it. is it something that i'm breathing, is it something that is true children are breathe being. -- that the children are breathing. >> the reporter: jessica reyes, fox 25 news. >> we just received updated numbers on the numbers of animals found 6. so far, 32 birds have died, 15 rescue league right now. >> elizabeth: charges will not likely be filed in the death of a 4-year-old girl at a new hampshire fair last week. the girl died after she was thrown from a horse at a riding show at the lancaster state plitifact. lancaster police are still investigating what happened, but don't anticipate criminal charges. >> the international community miscellaneous redouble the pressure on north korea to halt its nuclear program, these
level nuclear test, detonating an explosion underground that created a minor earthquake. it's the second such test by north korea this year. carter called the north korean test destabilizing and provocative. >> elizabeth: the house approved a bill that would allow the victims of the 9-11 to sue the government of saudi arabia. 15 of the 19 hijackers were saudi arabia. the white house signaled that the president obama would veto the legislation. if the pentagon held a moment of silence this morning, in tribute to the 15th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks this weekend. 184 people were killed, when hijacked american airlines flight 77 crashed into the building. the deputy secretary of defense and vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff both spoke at
>> and wall street also holding a moment of silence in monday honor of the 9-11 victims. more than 2700 people died at the world trade center in new york, when two planes from boston crashed into the towers there. the plane crashed in shanksville, pennsylvania. several events are planned in boston on sunday to honor our local victims. >> a lot of high school students right now weren't even born when the tragic eevents unfolded 15 years ago. >> elizabeth: it's crazy to think about it, isn't even if they were here, they're too young to remember. >> we're trying to think, where was i, but we didn't really know. >> elizabeth: on fox 25, a new plan to teach massachusetts high school kids about 9-11. using real people with real stories of tragedy and triumph. >> plus, a new phone has been catching fire and now the government is getting involved. the new warning when it comes to taking that phone on board a plane. >> kevin: tying a record in boston today, at the very least. it was 93 degrees.
forget. the owner of the store a now apologizing. >> we are not hate. we are love. we are -- we aren't somebody that stands out. we're miracle matchers. we make miracles happen, and for our lives to be in danger, that's -- that's not what we ever wanted. >> the reporter: this woman said she didn't realize the 20-second ad would cause the controversy it has. >> it was stupid. sent out. and we apologized for our stupidity and we really hope you forgive us for what we've done. >> they've filmed the ad earlier this week, wanting to get the word out saying they would want to have a twin tower sale in honor of the terrorist attacks this weekend. but the concept of the sale was immediately taken as offensive. >> you don't see people making fun of things that happen at pearl harbor, when you know, the
see people making fun of any other war, so why is a terror attack on such monumental buildings ok? >> having a twin tower sale is the most tasteless thing i've ever heard. >> the reporter: in the video, you see the two piles of mattresses, they plan to have two towers of mattresses, depicting the one standing towers in new york city. >> it's offensive to everybody. it should be offensive to americans, and as an american, making the video and especially living in as not being offensive, as funny, or a creative marketing that's not what it is. >> we'll never forget. >> the reporter: now, miracle mattress says they will donate 30% of their sales this weekend to the 9-11 foundation. >> that was amanda weber reporting. the owner of miracle mattress has issued an apology to all the victims and families of 9-11, saying he was disgusted and insensed by the commercial made
donations to the communities they serve. but we posted the story on our fox 25 facebook page. log into weigh in on the controversy. >> elizabeth: it really is so tasteless and how they didn't have that in mind. >> nobody caught it. nobody thought to say anything. >> at least they're apologizing, to say the least. banking giant wells fargo will pay a $185 million fine to allegedly opening illegal accounts in order follow meet sales goals. federal regulators claim that the bank's employees illegally opened millions of unauthorized accounts for their custom that the consumer financial protection bureau has levied against a financial institution. new at 4:00 p.m., general motors has settled two lawsuits over cars with faulty ignition switches. the car maker recalled 6.2 million small cars in 2014 to replace defective state of wisconsin. the switches were linked to at least 124 deaths and 275 injuries. g.m. admitted about knowing about the faulty switch a decade
the engineer made a plea deal in exchange for a lighter sentence. he's not going to be sentenced until january. he's accused of developing software, allowing volkswagen diesel vehicles to meet emission standards under the u.s. clean air act. the company is paying billions in penalties to car owners. >> >> vanessa: spraying for zika virus is underway in miami beach. the airborne spraying program was giving people opposed to the plan a chance to leave town be residents are concerned that its effects on humans have not been properly studied. so far, 56 people have zika in florida, while at least 84 pregnant women have been infected, both locally and through travel. >> kevin: 92 degrees. right now, it's september, and that's not even the highest forthe day. we've been at least 94. so far, the word from the national weather service,
91 still in plymouth. look at provincetown, sitting out in the beach in provincetown, 88 degrees this evening. this is some summertime heat new york stock exchange doubt and dewpoints to match, in the 60's and even 70's. that's sticky air. that's sticking around at least into tonight. it's going to be falling through the evening hours, dew point temperature is going to fall and the humidity is going to go away, but look what it does to you. while it's 92 in boston, you factor in the humidity, it actually makes it feel even warm early. provincetown feels like 95 with the 70-deg wow. summertime trying to hold on, the front that went through last night, it's still hanging out, just south of us. now, the consequence of that is it can move back in to our area and it's going to do so. not tonight though. fenway park, 91 degrees across the state 5:00 p.m., dropping through the 80's and getting less humid as the evening wears on. 80 degrees by 10:00 p.m., that's that jason aldean-kid rock show that kicks off at 6:00 p.m. this evening. there are the showers and clouds along the old front that stalled
showing. i'm inclined there won't abused and abandoned many showers when it comes northward. overnight, we are dry, but into the morning hours, clouds and potential, small as it is, for ar shower to pop up here in southern new england. you see futurecast showing that there and in western new england. most, if not all of us, stay dry through the day tomorrow. could even get in to sunshine in the afternoon. we'll await the next batch of hour backs here. along a cold front that will affect us on sunday. lunchtime temperatures tomorrow in the 70's. quite a difference from when you have out there away from the cools. here are some of the high temperatures, 79 quincy, but 80 in brookline and 80 in newton tomorrow afternoon. south shore, south coast, 83 in taunton and foxborough, 80 in plymouth for a high temperature and cape cod, getting one last weekend out there, go for it, in the 70's, start out with the clouds in the morning, get the sunshine for you in the afternoon. this weekend in general, not looking so bad. there's a shower threat both days, but it is not going to rain all the time an many of you will stay dry.
we'll watch for a front to cut on through, with a few showers and thunderstorms during the middle part of the day. so your weekend here, always in view, showing that threat coming up our way. the morning shower threat on saturday is the warm front pushing on by. the cold front coming on sunday, i'll put together a timeline on that to show you exactly when you can expect the showers coming on through. and behind that front, boy, do we cool down and dry out. start next week, temperatures are in the 70's, even with the sunshine, but pay attention to this, 50 degrees monday morning, that especially metro west and worcester county, starting the day in the 40's. >> a shocking picture showing how bad the heroin epidemic is in this country. why police say it's important to show the nation what they're up against every day. and now, here's vanessa welch with what we're working on for fox 25 news at 5:00 p.m. >> vanessa: jason, disturbing charges against a head of a local school, all new at 5:00 p.m., the request he made on line, that's now cost him his job and could land him in prison. and we'll take you to a store that gives out school supplies for free.
new hampshire college students are packing their backpacks and heading back to school. and thanks to kelly ayotte, along with the textbooks and pencils, many students are carrying more student loan debt. ayotte voted to cut pell grants and to raise student
loan interest rates. because she sides with special interests looking out for their own bottom line, not our kids'. for new hampshire students and families, kelly ayotte is a heavy burden we can't afford.
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>> elizabeth: lawmakers in louisiana are making a pitch for flood relief in washington. mayors of towns devastated by the massive flooding in southern louisiana want congress to approve a $2 billion package to help the state rebuild. the governor talked about families who lost everything. >> and while the storm didn't have it affected does. homes and businesses that had never flooded before were suddenly under water. >> elizabeth: storm dropped 7 trillion gallons of rain in south louisiana last month. it killed 13 people. and flooded more than 100,000 homes. >> train crash in spain left at least four people dead today. the passenger train derailed while traveling from northern spain to part gall. nearly 50 past injures were hurt. many of them had to be flown to
helicopter. early indications show the locomotive hit part of a bridge, causing it to come off the track. >> elizabeth: a couple who had to be revived in front of a young boy are facing charges tonight. now, the pictures that the police took are graphic, but they're going viral. as an example of the drug epidemic in our country. police in liverpool, ohio, first posted these pictures on facebook last night. it shows the adults passed out in a car with a 4-year-old boy in the back seat. the same officers watching it weave through traffic on the roadway. it almost hit a school bus before coming to a stop. both the man and woman were revived using narcan. the boy is son of the woman and is now in the custody of a family. truthfully, it's happening everywhere. >> it's happening in so many places and that's exactly why the police department in that town wanted to get that out.
this morning and posted it on our fox 25 facebook page and since then, one million people have seen it. i looked at it five or six times and what's so startling is their faces, because they look dead, the mother with the kid in the back seat. >> elizabeth: to see that little boy, strapped into his car seat, helpless, it really is infuriating. >> well, the trial is taking its toll on local communities. coming up at 4:00 p.m., what restaurants are taking off the menu in an effort to save water. >> kevin: this is what i'm working on. a timeline on showers and thunderstorms are likely to come through your town on sunday. >> the reporter: massachusetts high schools today either weren't born yet or were very young when 9-11 happened. the efforts to make learning
>> today was a hot one. the temperatures soaring in bidar-sielaff. we actually tied a record today, 93 degrees was our high. >> elizabeth: i felt every single one of them. the weekend is upon us now, fox 25 storm tracker chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz temperatures though. >> kevin: for a change, it wasn't too cold in here today i guess, because people are comfortable, thanks to the heat that's outside. 92 in boston, that's right now. you talk about the high temperature, jason, 93, tying the record from last year. it's still upper 80's out in provincetown and with the dew points where they are, 60's to low 70's even, it makes it feel a few degrees hotter in most locations. this is the most startling one. provincetown feels like 95 degrees. you take the 88-degree
your body is handling t. an old front sitting offshore, the one that brought showers, downpours, late last night you may remember, that's going to make a run back at us tomorrow. so in the morning, 87 degrees, a lot of clouds, this is the evening hours, 87 degrees, dropping to 80 by 10:00 p.m. now let's chalk about the morning. here come the clouds starting to move back northward later tonight and through the area in the morning. when you wake up in morning, meteorologist jason brewer will be telling you about the crowds out there and the potential for a couple of showers, if any pop up, he'll be tracking them, but they'll be isat expecting widespread showers in southern new england. better chance as the front makes it in to northern new england for that if that's where you're going this weekend. it takes you through lunchtime tomorrow, where temperatures will generally be in the 70's with a lot of clouds. we'll get into the 80's with afternoon sunshine and i'm tracking more showers ahead this weekend. >> elizabeth: it's almost fall but summer was the driest opposing record and because of that, some cities are taking drastic measures to conserve their water supply. new restrictions that many
>> the reporter: whether you sit down at a restaurant, it's pretty common to find a glass of tap water, placed on the table. rebecca george says not so, at boulevard diner and now throughout the city of worcester, you'll need to specifically ask for that water,. >> i didn't know that we were supposed to do that. and then this, yeah, nobody went around telling anybody anything, i don't think. >> the reporter: the commonwealth second largest city declared the water shortage new restrictions, that include no watering of lawns, except for water cans, the fire department is stopping its training involving water. no washing cars at home, and no water served in restaurants unless people ask. anyone caught violating these restrictions can face a $200 fine for a first offense. >> $200, a lot of people couldn't afford that these days. >> the reporter: let's put this drought in perspective. let's say this water glass represents worcester's reservoir
fall, it's supposed to be at 80% capacity. but right now, it's sitting at about 55%, and from the way city leaders are looking at it, this glass looks half empty. the water levels are so low, city leaders stayed dry while standing in one of worcester's ten reservoirs while announcing the new restrictions. they said they should have been 20 feet under water. >> well, i know that we're in a drought, but i see a lot of so i'm not -- i didn't realize that it was that serious. >> the reporter: reporting in worcester, michael heinrich fox 25 news. >> mr. eufplt: ruling by a local judge could have a major effect on how sex offenders are classified and how people find out about them. the level 2 sex offender sued the state registry board, arguing that his constitutional rights were violated when his status was posted on line before he could file an appeal. the judge ruled that public safety cannot trump due process.
removed until he gets a hearing, which could take years. >> the judge got the law wrong and because the judge got the law wrong, the result is wrong. now we have a dangerous sex offender, who has been declared dangerous by a board with experience, lots of experience, is walking around free. >> the reporter: sex offender registry board says it will abide by the court's ruling and did not say if it would appeal the decision. >> elizabeth: police arrested a man in painting signs. police connected the man to a posting on instagram. they linked him to firearms, and later determined the guns were just bee-bee guns, he has been charged with vandalism. >> mr. aoeufplt: federal regulators taking the unusual step of warning passengers about the new samsung galaxy 7 note. fox 25's justin gray is tracking this from washington. >> the reporter: there is a growing concern that the galaxy note 7 could catch fire.
seriously, they are warning flyers not to use the phone in the air. now, take a look at this video of a gal ex note 7 from a user, a phone that caught fire while charging. the f.a.a. is telling passengers that the gal ex note 7 shouldn't be used on airplanes. they are also saying don't turn it on, don't charge it while in the air, and they're warning passengers not to pack the smart phone in their checked luggage. now, this high tech new phone was just released last month by samsung the wod' samsung shipped 2.5 units of the gal ex note 7 since it launched on august 19th. less than a week ago, it announced a recall and replacement program for all of those phones, saying this fire danger comes from a faulty battery. sprint, verizon, t-mobile and at&t have all stopped selling the phone. this latest controversy coming really at a critical time in the cellphone war, so samsung is dealing with this fire danger, apple this week is announcing
released today. reporting in washington, justin gray, fox 25 news. >> elizabeth: new at 4:00 p.m., police arrested a man wanted for a robbery after a woman was beaten over the head and knocked to the ground. manchester, new hampshire police say this man attacked the woman on lowell street earlier this week, then stole her purse and ran off. when police arrested the man, they say he still had the victim's things. >> a billerica couple is throwing their retirement money into a hole. a massive sink hole in their driveway is growing bigger every day. more than 30 feet long and 15 feet wide will cost about $8,000 to fix. 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 did issue the permit. >> and the attitude has become, buyer beware. how can a buyer beware when something is hidden from view,
opens up. >> the couple wants a new law to protect other people in their situation. >> elizabeth: an exciting site on the south shore. one of the world's most endangered sea turtles turned up on a beach in sciate. the rare turtles usually travel north in warm summer currents and sometimes get stuck in the cape when they try to migrate in the fall. harbor masters are holding the turtles in their office until the new england aquarium can police arrested a high school student for stealing a beloved art installation. we reported about the theft of sirloin the lobster from plymouth last weekend. the giant blue lobster statue was the work of a local artist. officers arrested a 15-year-old for the crime but have not recovered the statue. the 75-pound lobster was one of 29 lobsters on display. police say they're looking for other suspects in the theft. the 15-year-old will be in court on monday.
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intimidation counts out against doris rave. the death of tyler clemente started a nationwide discussion of treatment of gay men. this s.u.v. smashes into that convenience store, taking out the counter and pinning the clerk underneath a pile of rubble. here's a crash from outside. you'll see it in just a moment and you'll be able to see the s.u.v. reverse into one of fuel pump areas and speed toward the store. police say the driver hit the gas instead of the brake. we've heard that story before. the clerk was taken to the hospital. oh. firefighters can't believe how well he's doing. avilla parentsly he's only suffered some cuts and scrapes and bruises. >> you can see him pinned up there. how about this one, a drunk woman who crashed a funeral is now behind bars. tennessee police arrested 36-year-old cynthia fryerson
service, walked up to a accounts can he tell and grabbed the body inside and at one point, she even tried to get the body out of the casket. >> it really wasn't shocking, you know, because i knew, you know, her capability, what she might do, but you know, you want to think that she wouldn't do anything like that. >> fryerson is facing charges, including public intoxication and disorderly conduct at funerals. >> elizabeth: macy's is hoping another iconic brand can help inside the harold flagship location in new york. macy's hopes to sell the apple watch in time for the holiday rush. >> i felt somebody grab me and i turned around and i thought it was my uncle trying to scare me. >> a boy who loves sharks is attacked by one. how he feels about them now as he recovers from getting bit. >> kevin: nobody is going to the
but let's just say it's more than ever. share the warmth of grands biscuits, now with even more flaky layers it's baking season. warm up with pillsbury. >> well, as we approach the 15 year anniversary of 9-11, the massachusetts 9-11 fund is working to educate a generation remember what happened. fox 25's kerry kavanaugh visited cardinal spellman high school in brockton, where students are learning about that terrible day in 2001, through the people who experienced it firsthand. >> airport security. getting patted down, bags and checking and everything, that's what we're used to. the seniors at brockton's
many weren't even born yet. they learned about 9-11 through an historical event. >> two planes crashed into the twin towers in new york city, but me personally, i didn't know they came from boston. >> the reporter: now, a new program is taking a new approach to teaching this history through real people. >> my husband was murdered on 9-11, flight 11, american airlines. >> the reporter: people like linda gay of tewksbury, gay is the president of the massachusetts 9-11 fund, which is rolling out schoolers across the state. >> what we wanted to do is make it real, have real people talk to them. >> the reporter: people with personal connections to the tragic events from families to first responders. in addition to the real people, real imagery. we just got a report in that there's been some sort of explosion at the world trade center in new york city. >> the reporter: this school year, the mass 9-11 fund is adding this documentary, that
>> that was a side i knew of him, the goofy family man. >> the reporter: it includes voices of other young people, include gay's own daughter, speaking about her dad. >> it's true. the world stopped for everyone, so my life didn't just change, but everyone's life changed. our safety was at risk. >> the reporter: it has brought history to life. >> the number 206, the people from massachusetts that died on 9-11. >> we as a country need a pledge, not to of service, says the program was missing link in the classroom to keep the conversation going. >> hearing the stories has an emotional impact and we just connect with so much more now. >> the reporter: the mass 9-11 fund plans to present the curriculum to two to three high schools every quarter this year. their ultimate goal -- to present this to all massachusetts high schools in brockton, kerry kavanaugh, fox 25 news. >> events marking the 9-11 attack will happen all weekend throughout the state.
pauses to honor the lives lost in new york, washington, an pennsylvania. stay with fox 25 and fox25boston.com for coverage of the national and local ceremonies. >> elizabeth: dozens of people are thankful to be on solid ground tonight, quite frankly, after spending last night suspended at an altitude of nearly 12,000 feet. 45 people were stuck on a cable car in the french alps before rescuers could get rivera says he's filled with regret for discounting the sexual harassment allegations against roger ailes. he added that ailes is deceitful, and a mysognist.
the record for the date, 93, and we did hit it today at logan airport, tying the record set just last year. still upper 80's out on cape cod. the dewpoints in the 60's and 70's, are making it feel even warmer, that's sticky air acts on the temperature to make it feel like this to your body, mid 90's, beverly to norwood, right along the i-95 corridor to providence and even on the cape, hyannis feels like 94 degrees right now. now, these dewpoints are going to stay in the 60's through the day tomorrow. still a sticky day out there, and a warm day. not quite as warm as today, but warm enoh same, but watch what happens sunday afternoon, a front cuts across the area, still not through cape cod, so it's still sticky there, but look at the dewpoints dropping through the 50's sunday afternoon, and it will even drop into the 40's sunday night. this evening, 91 degrees at fenway. 89 by 6:00 p.m. and then through the 80's, still 80 degrees at 10:00 p.m., all for the jason aldean, kid rock and friends show at fenway park tonight. nice for tomorrow night's show to. but we have a speed bump to get
sitting offshore, there's clouds and showers along it. i'll widen out the picture and show you what i'm talking about. this is the cold front part of the system that's still out there, but attached to it is a warm front of the system. this can come back north toward us if everything were configured correctly in the atmosphere and it just so happens, it is. back here, this part of the system pushing toward us is going to force the warm front back through southern new england. when that happens, clouds are going to come with it. so late tonight, you'll see the clouds along the south coast, might even cloud over on cape cod and the island and there are going to be not here. this all pushes northward during the morning on saturday. ernesto an increased chance for a few showers to pop up along the front as it callaspo through. that goes on through, so that by lunchtime, on saturday, well, there will be a couple chances for showers, but not many. they'll be spotty with the front going by and we get in to some sunshine during the afternoon and clear skies, or clearing skies during the evening, we'll await that next chance for some showers. i'm get to that in a moment. tomorrow morning, 67 at 6:00 a.m. 74 by 10:00 a.m. with a lot of
shower or two. best chance of showers off to the north and west. lunchtime temperatures in the 70's, warmer to south, because the front has gone by quickly. 70's to low 80's tomorrow, onshore winds keeping it cooler and then to the north and west, 80's here as well, 70's near the coastline. so in general, we're going to be quite a bit cooler during the day tomorrow, but still a pleasant feeling day, thanks to the sticky air that's in mace, going to feel more like summertime. 83 on saturday. 82 on sunday. that threat on sunday in the afternoon in the boston metropolitan area and sliding off to cape cod after that and behind that front, sunshine, monday and tuesday, but only in the 70's. morning low temperatures are going to be in the 50's and that's an average. so you have to think that metro west, worcester county, the southern new hampshire, you're going to see low temperatures both those mornings that are dropping into the 40's. in fact, by the end of the seven-day forecast, check that out, i put a 69 on there yesterday on thursday, keeping it going for thursday and friday
we have a wild rescue to tell you about. this is caught anonymous camera in hull. fire crews worked carefully to wrangle a deer at a water treatment plant. look at this, the fawn fell in to a 25-foot deep pit yesterday and it was rescued and aid cording to an -- according to animal control, was a bit scared but ok. a boy was bit by a shark in florida. austin moore says he loves sharks. his user name on line includes shark bait and he collects shark he was with his family in waist deep water when the screen name turned into irony. >> i felt something grab me and i turned around, and i thought it was my uncle trying to scare me, so i turned around and i was surprised i did not see anyone. >> elizabeth: i wonder if he's still in shark. >> shark bait. austin's mom said he was pulled out of the water and rushed to the hospital. he underwent a two hour surgery to repair tendons in his leg, but he still loves sharks, just
can imagine. >> all the sharks except that one. i can understand that. the tallest building west of the mississippi is now officially finished? a. the wilmoth shire grand tower just got a 294-foot spire over the weekend, making the building almost 1100 feet. a hingham couple were happy to see pope francis on their visit to the vatican, but also got another lucky experience. the couple's 9-year-old daughter gave the holder. the girl passed the pot holder up in the crowd, thanks to a family next to them. the pope lit up when he got the little girl's gift, an experience the couple says they will never forget. that's really cool. teenager gets brand new sneakers for school, but he didn't hold on to them long. next at 4:00 p.m., who he gave them to that's made this story go viral and now here's mark ockerbloom with what we're working on fox 25 news at 5:00 p.m. >> >> here's what's coming up at
>> visitors of the prudential center are about to get a new option for mexican food. the restaurant has secured a spot restaurant's eighth location. it has been serving up mexican dishes to the boston area for 20 years. no word on when the new location will open your. >> retailers and shipping companies are getting a jump start on the holiday season. k smart, wal-mart, amazon and u.p.s. expect to start recruiting extra help earlier than normal and expect to pay seasonal wages to employees.
too many can decrease profits. >> elizabeth: 49ers fans will be able to order food and drink from the parking lot. the team announced a new pittsburgh pirates with prime now. prime now will offer delivery in an hour or less to the stadium, so tailgaters will be able to order snacks and drinks instead of worrying about fighting game day traffic. right now, the service is only available to amazon prime members. tonight, we're argue from teenager who maded lines. we're giving -- hearing from a teenager who made headlines. he gave away his shoes to a homeless homeless and asked to say a prayer with the man. when he noticed the man's ripped sneakers, he gave him his air jordan. >> i told him, take it, because it's what god wanted me to do. so i told him to take it from me. >> elizabeth: his mom was actually upset at first for giving away the expensive sneakers, but says she is simi very proud. -- simply very proud. >> a newborn baby gets a lifetime of free flights, because his mom gave birth to
they were flying on a libyan airline in the flights crew cabin helped her deliver a healthy baby boy on board. the mother even named him abdul faucet after the plane's captain. >> elizabeth: the father of two girls involved in a car accident is speaking out for the first time. i'll have that story in just a minute. fox 25 news at few p.m. starts right now. >> the reporter: now at 5:00 p.m., a 10-year-old girl pulls her little sister to safety in a crash that took their mom's life. >> i'm proud of who we are, just comi >> the reporter: their dad talks about the crash for the first time on fox 25. what he says saved his daughter's life. plus -- >> a new hampshire sex offender accused of exposing himself to a group of young girls on this path in lexington. tonight, the medical condition he says made him do it. >> >> kevin: record heat in boston today, a little taste of summer. when rainshowers move back in. >> mark: the impact september 11
changed forever. how traveling through logan will never be the same. >> mark: first at 5:00 p.m., for the first time, we are talking to the dad of two young girls injured in a horrific crash that killed their mom. good7/?j0 evening everyone, i'mk ockerbloom. >> elizabeth: ever. >> vanessa: i'm vanessa welch. the little girls are still recovering from the emotional trauma and only on fox 25, their law and jason, he told you his oldest daughter saved her little sister from the wreckage. >> the reporter: two months ago, mike's 10 and 5-year-old daughter were in the back seat when their mother collided head on with a truck. the mother was killed in the accident and the oldest daughter, etc. 10-year-old, actually helped pull her little sister out of that mangle car and streamed for help. -- screamed for help. >> it was horrible. they called me and i went straight to the hospital.
terrible july afternoon in north andover. the smashed up car that carried his estranged wife and two young daughters. >> yeah. i did see the video. it's really just -- it puts me in shock. >> the reporter: the crash happened in july along the narrow stretch of route 133. investigators say for whatever reason, jen morris crossed the center line and collided head on with another driver. the 35-year-old mother was killed. the other driver suffered minor injuries. the father says his 10-year-old daughter pulled the 5-year-old sister out of the back seat. >> she pulled her out of the wreckage and held her until somebody come up and helped her. >> the reporter: the 5-year-old was sitting behind her mother and suffered a tear in her spleen. >> i'm proud of lily anna, coming out of instinct and telling her sister to get out of the car and scream for help. >> the reporter: amile believes his two daughters are alive