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toddler's death continues. >> plus four people hurt in this early morning crash. fox 25 cameras captured the aftermath. >> good morning to you, happy saturday. thanks for watching the fox 25 morning news. it's 6:00, september 10th, i'm catherine parrotta. the record heat is over. the humidity there. >> jason: i'm jason law. and jason brewer in the storm tracker weather center. how is the weekend shaping up? >> jason brewer: good morning. we do have a chance for rain today and tomorrow. i'm going to time it all out. right now we have a front lifting northward. really the best chance is going to be in the islands, possibly the cape, the south coast throughout the morning. you can see they're off and on here. nantucket over to the vineyard. that's about it.
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keene, i've just seen a couple of sprinkles. as we go through 9:00, 10:00 a.m., we'll watch for a couple of showers to pass by. a lot of clouds around. not going to be as hot as yesterday but definitely humid. there's a look at your 6:00 p.m. forecast. a up couple of showers north of the pike. there are your temperatures running in the 70s and 80s, out of the record zone like we were yesterday. timing the rest of the rain for the rest of the weekend coming up. >> jason: a shooting right now. happened after midnight at a housing development in the south end. >> catherine: we know one person is hurt. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is at the boston police department with more details. >> reporter: i have reached out to boston police because, again, at this hour, there's still a lot of questions, including who this victim is, how they're doing, whether there's a possible motive and the latest on a search for a suspect. i do want to show you some video of exactly where this shooting happened.
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responded shortly before 1:00 this morning, here at the harrison after. way development off of harrison street. when e.m.s. arrived, they found one person who had opinion shot and rushed that person to the hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries. but, again, at this point, we do not know how that person is doing, if the shooter knows the victim and what prompted the shooting. police also haven't released any information about a suspect or suspects. i have called and also e-maile but, again, it is still very early on as they just start this investigation. as soon as i have an update, i'll let you know. outside of boston police headquarters i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> catherine: worcester police have a pair of shootings investigations on their hands. a 40-year-old hospitalized with a gunshot wound to the face. he told someone he was shot by someone driving by in a car. police say that person is in good condition but refuse to go
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investigation. meantime, a shooting thursday night is now a death investigation. we told you about this yesterday. jeffrey lavoie of grafton was shot to death on west boylston late thursday night. a 28-year-old worcester man is hospitalized with a gunshot wound to his leg but he is expected to be ock. no word on any arrests or motive at this point. >> jason: new this morning, crews are called out to a bad accident in stoughton after a van rolled over on route people were in that van that filmed. at least four had to be rushed to an area hospital. it's unclear what caused the crash. no other cars were involved. we're gathering more information and bring you an update as soon as we get into our newsroom. this morning, an 18-year-old milford woman is hospitalized after being hit by a car. on pleasant street in ashland. story breaking last night on fox 25 news at 10:00. police athe framingham state student was air lifted to a worcester hospital with a serious injuries.
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police say she and another girl ran across the road and the driver did not have time to stop. >> they just misjudged this. so if there's any take away, cars may be going faster than you think they are. you know, just be aware of that when you cross the street. >> jason: investigators say speed and alcohol do not appear to be factors in the crash. the 240-year-old driver on the crash remained on the scene and given a ride home after the crash. it remains under inves little bit of a change to your ride on the t. replacing buses on portions of the track. between braintree and j.f.k. station. this is part of the winter resilience see work. it will wrap up on monday. >> jason: nearly a month after his death, still no answers about how a 15-month-old woburn boy has died. now only fox 25, his parents are speaking publicly for the first time. they tell kerry kavanaugh, they
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>> reporter: the family says in court friday, d.c.f. determined it was safe for their other children to return to their home. they say they hope now they can begin grieving as a family. they are speaking out to help another family preventing another loss like theirs. >> the snugliest people. he was just the sweetest. he was no stranger to a set of arms. >> reporter: lindsay say he was his happy september 25th, when he dropped him and his baby twin sister amelia at the baby-sitter. that whole world changed. they were on the way to the hospital. noah unresponsive. >> your whole world crashed. you want to help him and i couldn't. >> reporter: noah suffered traumatic injuries from which he would never recover, the doctor said. >> it hurts me knowing that whoever did this, has as much
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gone. >> reporter: the parents said they couldn't say much more about the investigation at this point. to date, no one faces any charges in this case. the district attorney has not said whether the case is even criminal. >> reporter: did someone do this to your son? >> that's what it looks like as of right now. >> reporter: noah's twin was also injured. but the parents couldn't say elaborate how. meanwhile in the hospital by noah's side, the par determined noah's life would have a greater purpose as an organ donor. >> at 2:30 was the time that we would agree he would go. and i just remember, 2:27, 2:28, 2:29. >> watch him being essentially taken out of his room for the last time was pretty difficult. >> he saved five lives. >> reporter: they say that would be his legacy.
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essentially hundreds of others by helping those five strangers. >> reporter: these parents are now searching for answers finding comfort in the bracelets they wear every day, one with owls. >> owls are the messenger with heaven and home. >> reporter: the other a super man logo. >> he was super man, we put him in his super man pajamas. >> don't leave any stone unturned essentially when it comes to family or because your children are your greatest gift. >> reporter: the family says they still have a long road ahead as the investigation into noah's injuries continues. we checked with the district attorney's office this week and they told us, there's no update on the investigation. kerry kavanaugh, fox 25 news. >> jason: now accused of drinking and driving, susan
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court this week for a crash that happened last week outside of a elementary school. came days after she was accused of endangering a child in her car. she spotted devereaux stumbling down the steps with her three-year-old in toe. >> catherine: on monday, hundreds of boston police officers will be wearing body cameras as part of a trial. yesterday, a judge gave a green light, the judge ruled in part, part of the membership, the pilot program would've proceeded as a volunteer program. this all started in july, when the union and commissioner agreed to have for this program. when no one came forward, they were assigned. they have nothing to hide and hoping the program is a success. >> jason: tomorrow, hour nation will mark a somber anniversary.
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hijacked four commercial planes and crashing them into the pentagon, world trade centers and a field in pennsylvania. it will be recognized as both patriot day and a national day of service and remembrance. president obama signed the problem collapse yesterday. two of the planes involved in the september 11th attack were out of logan. the airport put a number of big changes into place since then. that includes removing your shoes for security and full body scanners. one expert tells, all of that technology can't beat human intuition, they need better training to understand what law enforcement considers a threat. >> across the nation, the remembrance ceremonies have already begun. the new york police department held a parade through the city yesterday. in honor of each officer lost on that day and related illnesses after. the parade ended with a service
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in boston several events to mark tomorrow's anniversary beginning with a wreath laying tomorrow morning. an hour later, the massachusetts victims names will be read aloud. after that, the madeline a sweeney award will be presented. she was a flight attendant from acton when american flight 11 was hijacked she reported it to a friend on the ground along with a description of the terrorist. the league is planning to honor the day before each day, fans will see video messages from president obama and bush. each team will have special guests on the field for the national anthem. to share their inspirations of hope. when the patriots take to the field in arizona tomorrow night, they'll be without rob gronkowski. the star tight end did not make the trip for e out west.
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weeks. he's not the only one out. we'll tell you who else is sidelined coming up in your morning sports report. >> catherine: 6:11 now, and we're learning new details about the horrific attacks, the heroic actions of three men during a shooting. >> jason: fox 25 digs deeper into a new court ruling that could cause major change. >> jason brewer: record heat yesterday. big temperature changes on the
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right now, you can go online and track level 2 and level 3 sex offenders on the state's data bass. but fox 25di ruling could change all of that. bob ward explains how they could soon hide their whereabouts from the public. >> reporter: this targets a level 1 sex offender, a john doe, but it is a decision that could impact your right to know about hundreds of other sex offenders, on august 18th, timothy healy, found, violated one constitutional right to due process by publishing on the internet his status as a level 2
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file an appeal. in a harshly worded injunction, the judge ordered the sorb to pull the information off of the internet until the sex offender could get a hearing appealing his sex offender's classification. it's a move that hide the whereabouts from the public even though he's convicted and even though the sorb already declared him as a level offender. judge healy wrote in his 25 page decision. wendy murphy. >> the judge got the result wrong. and now we have a situation where a dangerous sex offender who has been declared dangerous by a board with experience, lots of experience, is walking around free, nobody knows. >> reporter: in a statement to
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is advancing its public safety mission by working to inform the public about sex offender. as always, s.o.r.b. will abide by court decisions imposed on it and work to balance the requirement of those decisions with its public safety mission. but the s.o.r.b. is not commenting on this ruling and will not is say if it is appealing. in belmont, bob ward u fox 25 news. >> catherine: a new hampshire sex offender working in massachusetts says the unique medical cond high school students. lexington police say jacob mobley hall exposed himself to a group of girls on their way to soccer practice. it happened two days in a row. when the group saw him the next day, he ran down the street, where he was arrested. he is being held on $5,000 bail. >> jason: a local principal is shutting down dances at his high school because of underage
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says fox 25, it has been a problem for at least two years, students arriving drunk and bringing drinks in. he says he's warning kids, but nothing has changed. now he says no other option than cancel all dances except the prom and semi formal. >> i don't want to go through the point of searching every child as they come through the door. i just don't think that's good for the culture. i don't want to go to a point where we're actualizing student. >> jason: he says there needs to be a bigger discussion about underage drinking and needs to start at home. police say a 15-year-old is behind vandalizing and theft of a statue. the statue the work of a local artist. the 75 pound lobster was one of 29 on display. officers say they arrested 15-year-old for the crime but have not recovered that statue. that teen faces multiple charges
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if other suspects may have been involved. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> jason brewer: good morning, on this saturday. i'm tracking a little bit of rain. we are waking up to quite a few clouds. what's going on? we have this front that stalled to our south. now it's beginning to lift back northward and help to produce a little bit of rain for our saturday. let me show you the radar live right now. toward the vineyard and nantucket, that's where the damper weather will be found this morning. a few of the just west of block island. they're headed for the west side of the vineyard. they're really not making too much progress toward nantucket, just kind of gray and gloomy. nothing heavy. back toward boston, over to worcester, mainly dry, one or two clouds. one or two sprinkles west of 495, a few of these looked more impressive more widespread early this morning. but now, not too bad with a
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morning. better chance of seeing one of these pasting showers, the cape and islands. then midday, a couple more showers trying to pop up with the daytime warmth. later in the day, we may watch from the pike northward for a better chance into your dinner time plans for one of these showers to roll by. but nothing to be changing the outdoor plans over. just grab the fox 25 weather app, fake a look at the radar, in i showers coming by, they're moving about 20 miles per hour and they don't last all day. temperatures rig degrees. it is humid with the dew points in the middle 60s. we have a light easterly wind being reported as calm right now. you see the middle 60s, beverly at 60 degrees. low 70s norwood, nantucket. lower 70s right now. and here's the significant number. the dew points are in the 60s and 70s. all across southern new england and beyond. so feels kind of sticky, if not oppressive in a few spots. now, if you're ready for a
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see some lower humidity and dryer air more comfortable weather. your t teams this morning, we're not that bad, there's going to be a risk of a shower at any time, especially in those spots that i showed you, overall something passing through and not going to be changing your plans for that. beaches. lots of clouds around, highlighted news, low risk for rip current, waves only 1 to 2 feet. safer for swimming compared to last week with all there's your afternoon temperatures, new hampshire, running 75, to 70 degrees. cooler at the coast. back here in worcester county, temperatures approaching 80 or a little bit better in some of the lower elevations and up into the middle 80s today in dedham and foxboro with mid 70s up against the harbor in boston, thanks to an easterly wind flow. we have seen in this week's drought report, an expansion of the severe drought across
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with a lack of rain, of course, this past summer we had the driest summer on record. we need to get some rain, even though it's the weekend, we need to get some. we're going to be watching this front and tracking that potential for some rain, especially the middle part of the day and things quiet down. quick look at the 7 day, looks gorgeous, a taste of fall. much more coming up. >> catherine: a new hampshire hospital is laying off hundreds of employees by the end ofhe year. they plan to layoff up to 460 workers to reduce the work force by 3%. this after the hospital finished the fiscal year with a $12 million deficit. they're also working to find other areas to cutback. today casinos is looking for hires, specifically in the construction field. this is the first of the everett resort several career fairs in the next two weeks. today happening at malden high school at 9:00 a.m.
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this resort. >> jason: a disturbing discovery in a cambridge apartment. >> they found cameras in several places upstairs. so everybody upstairs is really freaked out. >> jason: coming up this morning, we'll tell you what police say the cameras were being used for that has a man facing charges. >> catherine: plus a secret winner now looking to claim
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>> jason: for months now, someone has been sitting on quite a jackpot. the sole winning ticket of $487 million powerball was sold at a raymond new hampshire grocery store but since july, no one has come forward until now to claim it. finally cashing in. coming forward monday to announce the charity plans for the money. right now still not clear if the lucky ticket holder plans to make an appearance there monday. the lump sum payout option is worth $330 million bucks. >> catherine: wow, good for them. an amazing rescue, caught on camera. three police officers rushing in to rescue a family of five from a tyree crash. they work together to pull each person from that car that they see there.
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pumping they didn't have time to stop and think about their own safety. the good news, everybody is ock. and already out of the hospital at this point. >> jason: look at that, literally pulling them out. >> catherine: yeah. >> jason: a lot of people reliving their childhood through a lot of resurrection of a 90s tv show. one that has reemerged is the fuller house. now you have a chance to live with them. the house from the popular show the exterior shots while it was filmed itself in the studio. the house hit the market in may but hasn't sold. living there, am i reading this right, $14,000 a month. it is san francisco, we know how pricey that is. also having to deal with daily visitors. >> catherine: that's a lot of money. i'm curious to see what the inside looks like. >> jason: probably narrow. >> catherine: still
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sugar high at a baseball game is getting everyone laughing. check this out beatrice heart tasting cotton candy for the first time. the look on her face was caught on a jumbo tron at a mariners game this week. it was caught thousands of times, what comes up, must come down. that was a pretty hard sugar crash after the game. >> jason: before and after. >> catherine: oh my goodness, her eyes went crazy. >> jason: that's aw cotton candy fans? >> jason brewer: they always ask for it. all things in moderation. catherine you're heading that way before you know it. tracking these showers live on fox 25 morning news next.
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complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> jason: summer may be making yesterday, 93 degrees. it was hot, it was humid. it was all of the things we love and hate about summer at the same time, right? taking a live look at boston common this morning, 6:30 this saturday, september 10th. good morning, everybody. >> catherine: good morning, i'm catherine parrotta. an interesting shot with clouds over it. interesting, i liked it. record setting heat temperatures yesterday. jason brewer with us now tracking a few showers today.
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stalled, now hanging out and bringing us a chance for rain. vineyard, nantucket, the south coast a better chance to get wet this morning. tracking them right now moving into west tisbury and nantucket. 8:15, some of the heavier showers. they're really not having a whole lot of successful going eastward. right now in southern new hampshire just a sprinkle. let me show you this future cast through 8:30 this morning, again, t seeing passing showers. 2:00, maybe a random shower popping up during the afternoon. the chance only 30 to 40% that you'll see rain on into sunset too. one or two rumbles of thunder can't be ruled out. look at these temperatures today, out of the 90s and back into the 70s at the coast and 80s back inland. much more coming up on the rest of the weekend in just a minute. >> catherine: following breaking news right now. one person is hospitalized after an early morning shooting in boston. e.m.s. confirms to fox 25 that
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at a harrison archway development. we're told the victim's injuries are potentially life-threatening and we're working to get more information about the investigation. we'll have an update as soon as it becomes available. >> jason: the man running a prestigious prep school is caught in a sex sting. steven applies is is the heads of the school in katz academy in braintree. he met face to face in worcester with an undercover officer and proposed to have sex. bliss resigned of the dover sherborn public schools last year. he's been put on leave from cats academy and lets to court next month. >> catherine: the man accused of setting up cameras to secretly record his female roommates is on court. he has been doing it for years. >> reporter: neighbors demanded
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leave last summer. she lived downstairs from teddy. her former neighbor arraigned for secretly filming his roommates in the nude and having sex over a four year period. >> it was a complete surprise to everybody upstairs. no one suspected anything like that. >> reporter: joe says she came home last summer to find police armed with a warrant, searching the apartment where teddy lived. >> they found cameras in several places upstairs. so everybody upstairs was reay >> reporter: somerville police confiscated his laptop and a hook camera similar to these installed to watch female roommates getting in and out of the shower. >> they were freaked out. i think understandably so because they felt violated and invaded. >> reporter: on teddy's laptop police also found videos made with his cell phone. this which is how he got caught. police say a female who lived upstairs, heard beeping last
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teddy's cell phone on her book shelf recording every move. >> they said, they found many cameras upstairs. >> reporter: some in boxes. and happy to find teddy brought to justice. >> i'm glad. it's such a violation of people's privacy. >> reporter: i'm john monahan fox 25 news. >> joe and teddy's former roommate say they don't know where he lives now. regardless of where that is. he's due back in court on october 7th. >> new this morning, we learned three men rushed a trying to stop a san bernardino terror attack. a new report released just saturday. the three employees shot in the rampage that left 14 people dead and 2 more hurt. the report didn't specify whether they survived. a police study group conducted the report to analyze police response. >> catherine: baker didn't know six workers had been fired for
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key yola says the mbta commuter rail contractor. they told us they were fired after last year's time sheet cheating investigation. told sharman sacchetti he knew about the investigation but didn't know about the firing until they went publish. >> they did exactly as a vendor what they should do to support the operation of the commuter rail. >> reporter: except for tell you? >> they told me. i'm perfectly fine with how handled this sharman, i really am. >> catherine: fox 25 asked about what the mbta knew about this fraud and how they went about it. they haven't gotten back to us. >> jason: a six-year-old girl hit by a car. the driver that hit her did stay on the scene according to police. not facing any charges this morning. the victim listed in stable condition right now. two months ago, this
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little daughters. this morning, the father stays they're still recovering from the trauma. her 10 and five-year-old daughters were in the back seat at the time. >> i had -- pulled juliana out of the wreckage and just held her until somebody come up and help her. >> jason: the other driver suffered minor injuries. he's doing ock. there's a fund-raiser tonight, in danvers. if you'd like to help out, we put the information on our website fox25boston.com. >> catherine: charges not likely filed in the death of a four-year-old girl at a fair last week. she died after being thrown from a horse at the lancaster fair. they plan to investigate what happened but don't anticipate any charges. >> jason: thousands of security officers set to rally for fair pay and benefits. the big name politician who will
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>> catherine: plus the candidates are talking national security, something else happening. the audity of this year's election. >> jason brewer: 71 degrees on
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the an versionry of the 9/11 attacks. >> catherine: that doesn't mean the two candidates have stopped attacking each other. >> reporter: donald trump hit the stage friday night for a rally in pensacola, florida. >> this is the crowd. they have thousands of people outside that can't get in. >> reporter: as the two lead candidates for president focus in on national security. hillary clinton tried to call attention to her national security credentials friday afternoon. >> i just finished a meeting national security experts. >> reporter: calmly dismissing trump's campaign as not serious. and more of a reality t.v. show. >> the nominee on the other side promises to do things that will make us less safe. national security experts on both sides of the aisle are chilled by what they're hearing from the republican nominee. >> reporter: at the values voter summit earlier friday, trump
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>> she's just too quick to intervene, invade, or to push for regime change with people we don't even know who they are. they take over and they're far worse. >> reporter: amid all of the mud slinging a freedom 67 information request, unearthed photos of trump and former president bill clinton from the year 2000, once again, highlighting the family friendly actions between trump and the clinton family. long before the start of this ugly campaign for president. i'm andrew spencer, reporting. >> catherine: happening today, massachusetts senator elizabeth warren will join thousands of janitors and security officers in a rally on boston common. the event 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 that includes making sure they
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on the 20th. >> jason: the u.s. and russia have brokered a complete ceasefire in syria, announce plans transition to a new government in that war torn country. secretary of state john kerry and russian counterpart announced the agreement yesterday. the announcement expected to put an end to the civil war in syria going on for more than five years. kerry says the deal could be a turning point if implemented. the cease fire initially starts monday. >> catherine: a flock of birds found sick and dying on a local what's making those birds fall out of the sky. >> jason: but first innocent looking smartphone apps making
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that means they could be using apps that could put them in danger and you might not realize be facebook, instagram and snapchat all popular. fox 25 elizabeth hopkins discovers the obscure apps out there that you might know about it. >> reporter: what you don't know could hurt your kids. >> apps that look like we could use but are in fact, fake apps designed to confuse and hide from parents. >> reporter: he says there's countless apps that could fall off a parents radar like calculator percent. >> it's designed to mask itself as a calculator. the parent would not in fact, know that child installed it to hide all of their inappropriate pictures. >> reporter: another decoy app audio manager. >> it's designed to pose as the audio manager but is in fact
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inappropriate text messages, essentially anything that the child wants to hide from their parents. >> reporter: snapchat is old news for some kids and teens. introducing burn note. >> it's designed like snapchat, essentially to hide and mask data. and in the end, it erases or deletes any instant messages quickly and efficiently so the parents can't see it. >> reporter: robert says savvy child's mobile phone and you might not even know it. >> so your child could be communicating with, you know, a user name, a 14-year-old charlie who is in fact 40-year-old ed and your killed or you may never know it. >> reporter: robert advises a simple step for parents to take to keep an eye on their kids app. >> it's really important that parents set up their devices so
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that way if a child installs an app, then it's installed on the parents device as well. >> reporter: elizabeth hopkins, fox 25 news. >> jason: it's important that these apps are not illegal and do have safeguards in place. all of the app makers agree any abuse needs to be reported immediately. a happy reunion in holbrook, these pictures taken after a 14-year-old boy with special needs was reunited with his alert dog it was in holbrook. they went back yesterday and did manage to find them. that's great news. >> catherine: a neighborhood dispute over an aggressive dog may be headed to court. an attleboro magistrate will decide whether a pit bull mix named buddy will be euthanized after he attacked two dogs in separate incidents. buddy's owner who is a rehoboth police officer reappealing the
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aggressive to people. buddy remains under home containment until the magistrate hears the case in less than a month. massachusetts health officials trying to figure out what caused a large flock of birds fall out of the sky on to a boston busy street around bakersfield street. handling and testing the dead birds, with results due back early next week. city officials also recommend keeping all animals in the >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> jason brewer: good morning. i always love to share our viewer reports here. and this one from brockton. we've got the clouds this morning. but a few little pockets of sun trying to break through. and sometimes you can get that bright thing, little hole in the cloud. some of the rays coming down. right over boston right now we're getting one of those little holes in the clouds too.
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even though the clouds are coming out. we do have some rain to track. here's this front that came overnight, that's going to stall to the south. lift through the day today and provide us with a chance for a shower. so it's not a totally dry day but not changing any plans today and these showers coming through, they're moving at about 20 miles per hours. and they won't be lasting all day. so let's take a look here on the doppler radar as we zoom into the vineyard and nantucket. we've seen some showers leading block island and bay but over west tisbury nantucket over the next hour or so. that chance for some passing heavier rain then west of 495, just seen one or two sprinkles the same deal in southern new hampshire. a few passing sprinkles around manchester. here's an interesting feature on doppler radar we can detect. this is the connecticut coastline, you see that bird migration occurring that's what that is, birds waking up here
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long island can detect those. just something cool to show this morning. let me show you future cast showing out in time. best showers to pass through 8:00 or 9:00 a.m., the eye happened, as we head into the afternoon, a spot shower chance, especially north and along the pike and that's the story on into the early evening. one or two rumbles can't be ruled out, but overall our risk for thunderstorms is low today. just not going to be quite as hot of course as we were yesterday. look at the numbers right now, lower 70s in lots of clouds around. we have upper 60s as you go west and northward. norwood and worcester both at 72 as well. the dew points sticky. all of that air will hang around with us through about the next 24 hours. then by sunday afternoon. we begin to see the cooler dryer air make its way in from the west. at the beaches today, lots of clouds around, temperatures
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risk is low for swimming, our boating weather fairly light winds today, they pick up tonight. you'll see temperatures in new hampshire today, in the mid and upper 70s as we go to worcester county, you'll see lower 80s most locations. and some 70s in essex county. you'll be an on shore wind there cape ann with lower and mid 70s and how about mid achts today as opposed to the lower 90s that we had yesterday. we are bringing the temperatures down over the weekend. tomorrow, a bte rain, i'm tracking that hour by hour with future cast coming up. and look at that shot of fall, 40s and 50s by sunday night into monday. >> catherine: all right. measles, mumps and chicken pox. students are required to get their shots for the school year. just a few students missing critical vaccines put an entire school at risk. >> jason: but first in sports, the red sox in a big series against the blue jays.
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>> reporter: hi everybody. i'm butch stearns. you've got good sports this afternoon for everybody. start with the bad. rob gronkowski out of patriots opener in arizona. patriots making it official late last night. gronk, nate solder and jonathan cooper all will not play. jimmy garoppolo will have two back up, and no gronk for his start. everybody gets in on the act. we're not going to show you rick
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year because the offense was so good. how about porcello, though? three batters later, hanley ramirez with the three run missile made it 9-2, the sox win 13-3, two games up on toronto now. our high school game day started in natick last night. junior mels had a good night with 3 touchdowns, 106 yards rushing. joined by malik williams 100 yards. you got one pick coming up here. quarterback christian dan antonio. de-jesus for a touchdown. natick in our debut high school game day on fox 25. i'll be in arizona tonight reporting on the patriots. don't forget to join us after college football for the fox 25 news and saturday night sports wrap. have a great saturday everybody. >> catherine: happening now,
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boston for free. the bike sharing hub way is offering a program that anyone can try out for free. the rides are limited to 30 minutes a piece. so keep an eye on your watch during that. >> jason: a formernan tee accused of endangering a child, now accused of another crime. the charges she's facing for a crash outside of a elementary school. >> jason brewer: and your weekend does include a chance for some rain. i'm tracking it live right now. when coming up. >> catherine: coming up, one coming up. >> catherine: coming up, one man's mission to s you know your heart loves megared omega-3s... but did you know your eyes, your brain, and your joints really love them too? introducing megared advanced 4in1... just one softgel
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olgate enamel health mineral repair. >> jason brewer: i'm tracking showers moving in along this front. i'll tell you who has the best chance to see rain this weekend. >> jason: a month after losing their 15-month-old son, his parents are still looking for answers. >> it hurts me knowing that much freedom as i do. >> jason: only on fox 25, their emotional good-bye as the investigation into their toddler's death continues. >> catherine: plus four people hurt in this early morning crash. fox 25 cameras capture the aftermath. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> catherine: good morning to
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september 10th. i'm catherine parrotta. unfortunately that record heat we had yesterday, is over. the humidity sticking around a little bit. >> jason: we're in the 90s. good morning, i'm jason law, thanks for checking in with us. jason brewer is in the weather center. jason, still a chance of rain out there today. >> jason brewer: yeah, we've seen the clouds build in overnight. we're waking in with a couple of showers. that front stalled to our south and acting as a focus for a few of these showers, mainly right along the south coast and the islands where that chance will showers, beginning to move closer to here, on the south side of the vineyard, showers coming through. oak bluffs is try but east tisbury seeing the showers come by. right now a couple of sprinkles in southern new hampshire. go forward in town. best chance to see the rain, cape and islands here through the morning. and then as we head through the afternoon, we'll have a better chance from the pike northward
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spot showers. they're passing by. not lasting all day. don't change plans. you see the temperatures and the clouds on shore wind today in the 70s and 80s, gone are the 90s. but the taste of summer not out of here yet. but tell you when it does move out straight ahead. >> jason: a shooting investigation underway in boston right now. it happened at a housing development in the south end correct >> we do one person is hurt. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live i >> reporter: i have reached out to boston police because, again, at this hour, there are still a lot of questions, including who this victim is, how they're doing, whether there's a possible motive and the latest for the search of a possible suspect. i do want to show you video of the latest shooting happened. according to boston e.m.s. they responded shortly before 1:00 this morning at the harrison archway development in the south end. a development off of harrison street. when e.m.s. arrived, they found
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local hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries. but, again, at this point, we do not know how that person is doing. if the shooter knows the victim and what prompted the shooting. police also haven't released any information about a suspect other suspects. i have called and also e-mailed boston police. but, again, it is still very early on as they just start this investigation. as soon as i have an update, i'll let you know. outside of boston police headquarters, i'm coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> catherine: worcester police have a pair of shooting investigations on their happened. a 34-year-old man is hospitalized with a gunshot wound to the face. he told police he was shot by someone driving a car at the intersection of euclid avenue and sterling street. police say the victim is in good condition but refusing to skwop with the investigation. meanwhile, a shooting thursday night is now a death investigation. we told you about this yesterday at the fox 25 morning news.
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of grafton was shot to death on thursday night. a 28-year-old worcester man is hospitalized with a gunshot wound to his leg but expected to be ock. no words on any arrests or a motive at this point. >> jason: new this morning, crews were called out to a bad accident in stoughton after a van rolled over on route 24. it happened just after 3:00 this morning, just a few hours ago. police on the scene told us seven people were in that van. at least four had to be rushed to area hospitals. unclear what caused the crash. no other cars were involved. we're gathering more information. we'll bring you newsroom. this morning, an 18-year-old milford woman is hospitalize after being hit by a car. it happened in pleasant street in ashland. story breaking last night at fox 25 news at 10:00. air lifted to the hospital with serious injuries. she and another girl ran across the road and driver didn't have time to stop. >> they just misjudged this. so if there's any take away, just cars may be going a little
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when you cross the street. >> jason: police say speed and alcohol do not appear to be factors in the crash. the 20-year-old driver remained on the scene and given a ride home by police. the crash investigation remains under investigation this morning. >> catherine: this weekend, expect a little bit of a change to your ride on the t. the mbta is replacing red line trains with buses along a portion of the rack track. happening between braintree and j.f.k. station. this is part of the's's ongoing winter resilience see work. the for the workweek on monday. >> jason: nearly a month after his death, still no answers about how a 15-month-old woburn boy was hurt and died. now only on fox 25 his family speaks publicly for the first time. they tell kerry kavanaugh they believe someone intentionally hurt their son. >> reporter: the family says in court friday, d.c.f. determined that it was safe for theiro other children to return to their home.
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family. they hope to prevent another family from suffering a devastating loss like theirs. >> a snugliest baby, just the sweetest. no stranger to a set of arms. >> reporter: he was his happy self when he dropped him and his twin sister emilia at their baby-sitters. that afternoon, the call came. >> your whole world stops. >> reporter: the sitter said to the hospital. >> my world stopped and i wanted to help him. and i couldn't. >> reporter: noah suffered traumatic injuries from which he would never recover. >> it hurts me knowing that whoever did this has as much freedom as i do. but my son is gone. >> reporter: the parents said they couldn't say much more about the investigation at this point. to date, no one faces any charges in this case. the district attorney has not
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criminal. >> reporter: did someone do this to your son? >> that's what it looks like, as of right now, yes. >> reporter: noah's twin was also injured but the parents couldn't say elaborate out. police and d.c.f. immediately began investigating meanwhile in the hospital by noah's side, the parents decided noah's life would have a greater purpose as an orkbegan donor. >> at 2:30 was the time that we agreed he would go. and i just remember, 2:27, 2:28, 2:29. >> to physically watch him being take essentially the last time was pretty difficult. >> he had to save those lives. >> reporter: they say that would be noah's legacy. >> he touched five strangers and essentially hundreds of other people by helping those five strangers. so -- sorry. >> reporter: these parents are still searching for answers, finding comfort in the bracelets they now wear every day, one
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>> reporter: the other the super man logo. >> we closed his casket, he was -- he was super man, we put him in his super man pajamas. >> don't leave any stone unturned, essentially when it comes to family or friends that you're leaving your kids with because your children are your greatest gift. >> reporter: the family says they still have a long road ahead as the investigation into what led to know with a's injuries continues. district attorney's office this week, they told us there's no update on the investigation. i'm kerry kavanaugh fox 25 news. >> jason: a former arlingtonnan see is back in the headlines this morning now accused of drinking and driving. the herald reporting susan devereaux pleaded not guilty in court this week for a crash that happened last week outside of a elementary school. it came just days after devereaux was accused of endangering a child in her care. neighbors called police after they spotted devereaux stumbling
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three-year-old in toe. she's due in court for that case this week. >> catherine: hundreds of boston police officers will begin wearing body cameras as part of a trial on monday. jed the judge gave the green light, shutting down the union that it violated this are contract. the judge ruled in part, if, quote, the union had mobilized even a small part of its membership, the pilot program would've proceeded as a voluntary program. this all started back in july, when the union and commissioner agreed to have volunteers volunteer for the program. when no one cam cameras were assigned to a variety of officers. the commissioner tells fox 25, the department has nothing to hide and is hoping the program is a success. >> jason: tomorrow our nation will mark a somber anniversary. it's been 15 years, since 15 men high jack considered four planes crashing them into the twin towers, the pentagon and a field in pennsylvania. the worse attack in our nation's history. 2,799 people were killed.
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day of national service and remembrance. president obama signed the proclamation yesterday. two of the planes involved in the september 11th attack were out of logan of the airport since then has put a number of big changes into place, includes removing your shoes for security and full body scans. but one security expert tells fox 25, all of that technology cannot beat human intuition. he says civilian workers need better training to understand what law enforcement considers a threat. >> catherine: across the nation, the remembered ceremonies have already begun. the new york police department held a parade through the city yesterday in honor of each officer lost both on that day and from related illnesses after. the parade endeded with a service at the memorial n.y.p.d. memorial wall. in boston, there's several events to mark tomorrow's anniversary, beginning with a wreath laying at 7:00 a.m. an hour later, the victims names
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and the then madeline sweeney award will be presented. she was a flight attendant from acton. she reported a description of the terrorist when the attack started. >> jason: the nfl starting its new season and the league planning to honor it in a special way. fans will see a special message from president obama and bush. the goal is to pay those who lost their lives and share inspirational messages of hope. when the patriots take the field in arizona tomorrow night. they'll be without rob gronkowski. the star tight end did not make the trip out west for the opener against the cardinals. he's been nursing a hamstring injury for several weeks since hurt during the preseason. he's not the only one out either. we'll tell you who else is sidelined in the morning sports report at the end of the hour. >> 7:11.
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of what happened during a horrific attack. the three heros of men. >> jason: doctors urging to vaccinate their children for the school year. >> i think one of the problems is people don't see the diseases any more. they don't realize the importance of prevent egg them. >> jason: the reason parents are reluctant to immunize their kids and putting their classmates at risk. >> jason brewer: a beautiful sunrise from east wareham this morning. a little pink in the sky. thanks for sending this in to my twitter account. j. brewer fox 25.
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>> catherine: medical professionals children and that's putting others at risk. doctors urge parents to get their kids vaccinated for the school year. especially after a couple of diseases are seen in massachusetts when they thought to be a thing of the past. >> reporter: hailey just got her tetanus shot for the upcoming school year. she says all three of her kids
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vaccinations. uptick in parents coming in for immunization shots the past week. >> it makes it tricky with the start of the school year being right now. >> reporter: the state of massachusetts requires students to be updated for vaccinations unless a religious exemption. >> each parent has different concerns about it. and i ask parents to really bring them up. >> she is not alone. the american academy of pediatrics found pediatricians surveyed in 2013, encountered parents who refused to vaccinate their children. >> i think one of the problems is that people don't see the diseases any more, so they don't realize the importance of preventing them. >> reporter: dr. larry mad don't have -- shut down this express on newbury street after they
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immunized. >> >> before we had measles vaccinationses, we would have hundreds of deaths due to measles. >> reporter: they would confirm there were 64 cases in their report. some of those were vaccinated. the mumps vaccine is only 88% effective. but madoff says that doesn't mean you shouldn't protect yourself. >> even here in massachusetts with very good vaccination rates overall. where children are not adequately immunized. >> reporter: 99% of kindergartners are vaccinated. counties in western massachusetts had the highest exemption rates. this easy counties have smaller student populations which means a few unimmunized students can make the percentage rates look much larger. >> even a few kids not being immunized, put not only
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classmates at risk. >> if you don't vaccinate your own kids, you're putting other kids at risk. >> reporter: getting the most people vaccinated will get protect the very few that can't or won't. >> vaccination is always safer than the diseases that they prevent. >> catherine: and that was very much reporting. here in massachusetts, if you want to see what your school immunization rate is, we posted fox25boston.com. >> jason: a local principal is shutting down dances at his high school because of underage drinking. walpole high school's principal tells fox 25 it's been a problem for at least two years. students showing up to dances drunk and bringing drinks in. he says he's warned kids but nothing has changed. and now there's no other option but to cancel all dances except the prom and semiformal. >> i don't want to go to the point of searching every child as they come through the door.
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for the culture. i don't want to go to a point where we're at breathlizing every student. >> jason: he says there needs to be another discussion of underage drinking and it needs to start at home. >> jason brewer: good morning, check out these high temperatures we had yesterday. good enough to tie a record in boston. lows, 90s, 93s, in a lot of spots. worc and the vineyard too. for today, we're changing things up. clouds coming back in. a chance for a shower. great pictures in to our social media accounts. this one coming in from brockton there. look at the clouds with a little bit of sun coming through. the sunrise, we showed you moments ago from spectacle pond with the pinks in the sky. the clouds coming in. but not enough to totally block the sun. you get nice sunrise photos, bob, thanks for that good shot
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around essex county. let's track this front. it has moved down to the south. it came through overnight. it stalled out. now it's going to lift back out as a warm front. that's going to mean humidity and clouds and at least a chance for your shower on saturday. so nantucket by about 8:15 to 8:30, this rain over the south side of the vineyard, headed in your direction, we also have a little rain coming on right now. back here in the boston area, worcester, brockton, we're fine, maybe a sprinkle and into here toward manchester from time to time. so nothing to change plans over. this is 8:30 in the morning, best chance of that rain around nantucket and the south coast of cape cod at least. then as we head into the early afternoon, a chance for a couple of pop up showers. pike northward. that's where we're going to watch the afternoon rain chance to develop and rain. there's a look at sunset one or two little pop up showers still out there. one or two rumbles can't be
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weather app handy to track any rain that will possibly be affecting your plans, they don't last all day. they're moving at about 20 miles per hour. right now it's 73 degrees. we've got an on shore wind that has developed. we've got some 60s north and west of boston. but muggy 70s to the south and east. our beach weather it's mostly cloudy there will be a risk primarily the first half of the day. only about 30% chance. those high temperature at the coast. closer to 80 around worcester today. will be in the middle 70s around ipswich and top field with temperatures in the mid 80s dedham and fireworks borrow, natick at 38 coming up this afternoon. tomorrow, notice that rain chance continues. that's been we have a front on the way. we need the rain. i know it's the weekend. we're going to get a chance of maybe a half inch today into tomorrow total.
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i'll be watching these showers entering western mass. 2:00, 95 corridor. and then you're fine. by 5:00 p.m. on sunday. clear skies, falling humidity and down right chilly by sunday night into monday morning. 50s, the greater part of the area. but 40s in the normally cooler spots. sunny skies monday and tuesday. with those cool mornings and pleasant days. another risk of rain on monday. moves out and even cooler air moves in, behind if you like it a little more warm and humid, enjoy this weekend. >> speaking of cool, accepting kids back to school in style. coming up, one dad's special mission to make kids in his neighborhood look good in the classroom. >> catherine: plus a secret winner now ready to claim their
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working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president. >> jason: for months, someone has been sitting on a big jackpot. the winning ticket was sold at a new hampshire grocery store. but since july no one claimed it until now.
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cashing in. the person's lawyers will come forward monday to announce the charity plan for all of that money. right now still unclear if the lucky ticket owner plans to make an appearance. the lump sum payout is worth $330 million. >> catherine: wow. >> jason: this one is -- i don't really get it. thanks to a live stream of a traffic camera. jackson hole wyoming is getting a lot of attention but no one can figure out why. let's look in live. people from all around the world are tuning in to particular traffic jam. >> catherine: it's a happening place clearly. >> jason: look at that person getting ready to cross the intersection. this is exciting stuff. they're about two hours behind us. it's about 5:30 there this morning. it's not much different during the day. not much activity at all. but it's been viewed thousands of times since it went live online. to put it in perspective, according to the 2010 census, under 10,000 people live in that town. yet thousands of people around that world are watching this traffic camera online and
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the street there. >> jason: in jackson hole wyoming. >> catherine: you wouldn't have known that. >> jason: thanks to internet. >> catherine: look at this, this is a bike helmet. made out of paper. designed to fold, with the idea to be sold at vending machines at bike stations. it's waxed to make it water proof and creator says it can with stand a 10 pound weight being dropped from three feet. it doesn't meet u.s. safety standards by the way. that. but a paper helmet? >> jason: i was going to say, who offered to test it out. >> catherine: if you fell off your bike, i don't know. >> jason: put this paper helmet on. it's kind of cool looking but made out of paper. >> catherine: i don't know, jason. >> jason: young dear stuck at a pit at a water treatment plant. this is sweet. camera crews rolling as fire crews ran in to help it out.
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had to be lassoed. they were just trying to help it. little guy scared but not hurt. that's the good news. fawn fell 25 feet deep. >> catherine: poor little thing. jason. >> jason brewer: first responders taking care of business. good work guys. right now watching rain, near the islands right now. even a thunderstorm over new york. i've got a look at the radar up close. i'll show you when these showers into the weekend coming up. >> reporter: an overnight shooting in the south end. left one person with potentially life-threatening i have asthma... ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid.
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>> catherine: 7:30 on your saturday morning and not a bad looking saturday out there. a couple of clouds over the boston common right now. but all in day. a little sticky out there. maybe slick the hair back in a ponytail to get started. >> jason: yeah, jason brewer says it's going to be a cloudy day. let's get over to jason brewer, who is not a severe temperature drop but definitely a significant one. we'll notice it. >> jason brewer: after 93 yesterday in a lot of spots. it's brought a chance of rain and flipped the winds around out of the east. temperatures in the 90s, back to the 70s and 80s today. let's track the rain here with
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watching these showers coming into the vineyard, getting close to nantucket now. woods hole over to oaks bluff, falmouth over the next half hour. just a passing light shower. some of the heavier rain is right here off of edgartown right now. by 8:15, trying to get over to nantucket. couple of sprinkles in southern new hampshire, nothing heavy there. let's talk about future cast as we go forward through 8:00, 9:00 a.m. that better chance of rain remains around the south island, the south coast and into the afternoon. i'm going passing shower to pop up. that will last until about sunset. afternoon highs today only in the 70s and 80s back down near normal. and we'll see a chance for a shower at any time. and into tomorrow, a line of showers approaching, i'm tracking those with future cast coming up. >> jason: we continue to following breaking news this morning from overnight. a shooting investigation underway right now in boston. it happened after midnight at a housing development in the south end. >> catherine: we do one person
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live at boston police headquarters with the latest. stephanie. >> reporter: yeah, and i'm still waiting to hear back from boston police this morning. it's still very early on on this saturday morning. but still a lot of questions remain including who that victim is, a possible motive and the very latest on the search for a suspect. i do want to show you some video of exactly where this shooting happened. according to boston e.m.m.s., they responded shortly before 1:00 this morning, here at the harrison archway development in the south end. this avenue. when e.m.s. arrived, this he found one person who had been shot. they immediately rushed that person to a local hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries. but, again, at this point, we do not know how that person is doing, if the shooter knows the victim, and what may have prompted the shooting. police also haven't released any information about a suspect or suspects. i have called police, i've e-mailed them, i've walked into the headquarters right here behind me.
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as soon as i have an update, i'll let you know. outside of boston police headquarters, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: a man running a prep school is caught in a sex sting. steven bliss is the head of school at cats academy in braintree. police say he met face-to-face in worcester with an undercover officer he met online and hired to have sex. the undercover officer was not posing a as child according to investigators. bliss resigned as superintendent of the dover sherborn public schools last year. put on leave from cats >> catherine: this morning, a man accused of setting up cameras to secretly record his female roommate is under arrest in somerville. investigators say he has been doing this for years. >> the day we packed him up was the last day i saw him. >> reporter: neighbors demanded 32-year-old teddy browar-jarus leave last summer. including jilltra jill low, she lived downstairs from teddy who
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her former roommate arraigned for secretly filming his roommates in the nude and having sex over a four year period. >> it was a complete surprise to everybody up stairs. no one suspected anything like that. >> reporter: joe, say she came home last summer to find police armed with a warrant searching the apartment where teddy lived. >> they found cameras in several places upstairs. so everybody upstairs was really freaked out. >> reporter: somerville police confiscated his laptop and hook camera similar to these installed to watch female roommates getting into and out of the shower. >> they were freaked out, i think understandably so, because they felt violated and invaded. >> reporter: on teddy's laptop, police also found videos made with the cell phone, which is how he got caught. police say a female who lived upstairs, heard beeping in her bedroom and found teddy's cell
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room filming her every move. who was happy teddy was finally brought to justice. >> i'm glad because it's such a huge violation of people's privacy. >> reporter: i'm john monahan fox 25 news. >> catherine: former roommates and the neighbor say they don't know where he is now but due in court on february 7th. >> jason: we learned three men tried to stop the san bernardino attack. according to a new report of the massacre that was just released friday. the three county empye shot in the rampage that left 14 people dead, 22 more hurt. that report didn't specify whether those three survived. a police study group conducted the report to analyze police response. two months ago, a horrific crash killed an andover mom and injured her two young daughters. this morning, the father says the daughters are still recovering from that wreck.
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their five and 10-year-old daughters in the back seat. the father says the oldest daughter helped pull the youngest daughter out of the mangled car and screameded for help. >> they do once in a while. tell me little things. i try to explain to them that accidents do happen. and unfortunately, this was, you know -- you know, it was a really bad accident. that, you know, like i said, no one expected. on: the other dri involved suffered minor injuries and is doing ock. there is a fund-raiser for suffering with a motorcycle ride in danvers at 5:00. nows of janitors and securitisperse expected to rally for fair pay and better benefitsly coming up this morning, we'll tell you the big name politician who will be joining them this afternoon. >> catherine: plus the candidates are talking national security on the campaign trail this weekend. something else is getting a lot of attention. the relic from the past, odd to
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hillary clinton tried to call attention to her national security credentials friday afternoon. >> i just finished a meeting with a distinguished group of national security experts. >> reporter: calmly dismissing trump's campaign as not serious and more of a reality t.v. show. >> the nominee on the other side promises to do things that will make us less safe. national security experts on chilled by what they're hearing from the republican nominee. >> reporter: at the values voters summit earlier friday, trump called clinton's tenure one of war, destruction and death. >> she's just too quick to intervene, invade, or to push for regime change with people we don't even know who they are. and they take over and they're far worse. >> reporter: amid all of the mud
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political unearthed new photos of trump and former approximately bill clinton from the year 2000. once again, highlighting the decades old friendly social interactions between trump and the clinton family long before the start of this ugly campaign for president. i'm andrew spencer reporting. >> catherine: happening today, massachusetts senator elizabeth warren will join thousands of janitors and security officers in a rally on boston common. the event is meant to show support for a fair contract for property area. senator warren says workers have families to support and protect. that includes making sure they have fair pay and benefits. the workers current contract will expire on the 30th. >> jason: the u.s. and russia brokered a ceasefire in syria and announced plans to a new government in that war torn country. secretary of state john kerry and his counterpart announced the agreement yesterday. it's expected to put an end to the civil war going on in syria
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turning point for the conflict if implemented of the ceasefire officially starts monday. >> catherine: a flock of birds found sick and dying on a local street. coming up the investigation into what's making the birds fall out of the sky. >> jason: plus kids heading back to school with confidence thanks to a local barber. >> this will make girls feel good themselves. >> this will make girls feel good themselves. >> jason: the question one every time a new charter school opens in massachusetts, it takes funding away from regular public schools in that area. 400 million dollars away from neighborhood public schools. that's not right. instead of draining even more money from neighborhood public schools and giving it to charters, let's devote public resources to all of our students... not just a select few. don't lift the cap on charter schools. vote no on question 2. introducing longhorn's great american steak dinner for $12.99.
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>> jason: 7:44 this saturday. a local barber wants to make sure children start their school year, looking and feeling their very best. fox 25 kerry kavanaugh was there as kids filled the mattapan shops to get their free haircuts. >> meticulous barbers trimming and buzzing.
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us. >> reporter: stylists scrubbing and setting, some very important clientele. >> right now i'm doing a flat eyen row. i had already prepped her. >> those clients began lining up outside of the mattapan's barber early friday morning. >> when i see the girls face when i'm done, that's what i'm here for. >> reporter: the stylists volunteered in style, as they volunteer to help hundreds of kids head back to >> it's about making them feel good about going back to school. >> gives them self-esteem, confidence. >> reporter: the tradition of instilling confidence started 7 years ago. >> one day i put my daughter first day of school, i looked around, them having haircuts, little girls curls. i was like, what could i do. >> reporter: father of six and barber shop owner jamie mitchell asked himself that single question since then the cut and
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you will. >> reporter: girls are washed, prepped and prepped. males are outside pointing nails the big operation not lost on these young clients. >> they really care and they do hard work for it. >> reporter: clients like sixth grader, says she'll walk out of here feeling. >> pretty. >> reporter: students got a backpack also full of supplies. so they're ready to tackle a new sc school, that they their self-esteem to the high. >> and their entire community coming together to make that happen. >> jason: that's awesome. that was kerry kavanaugh reporting for us this morning. the shop estimates 300 kids got their haircuts that day. the barber says he's very grateful for the sponsors and all of the volunteers that make it possible. a happy reunion in holbrook.
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emotional support dog brady. the dog disappeared on thursday while the family was in holbrook. but they went back yesterday and managed to find him. >> catherine: a neighborhood dispute over an aggressive guy will be headed to court. a pit bull mix, named buddy, will be decided whether to be youthnized after two separate attack incidents on other dogs. the owne dog down, saying he never been aggressive to people. >> just needs the proper training and needs to be given that chance. >> buddy remains under home confinement. health officials trying to figure out what caused a large flock of birds to fall out of the sky and on to the street. 14 of those birds found sick, and 13 of those died on bakersfield street. they're handling the testing of
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city officials recommend keeping all animals in that area inside or an a leash. >> now your forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> jason brewer: wow. what a hot day. really toasty end to the week yesterday. i want show show you those information. good day for a record at 93 degrees. manchester, all in the 90s. new bedford, hit 94. if it felt hot to you, it definitely was. today, a bit of a change. here's this fr turned our wind direction out of the east. we're going to see cooler numbers as a result of. we'll also see a lot more clouds. and that chance for a passing shower. right now i'm tracking one cluster of rain around the islands. also a cluster of rain coming into western connecticut right now and a couple of sprinkles in southern new hampshire northern mass. right now moving beyond the vineyard and beyond, a batch of showers. i'm shooting this with the radar out of new york.
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the islands as well. right now those yellows looking a little bit heavier and radar being far away. make the showers looking heavier than they are. chance over to nantucket in the next hour. and then this will leave you alone and stay dry for the better part of the day. a couple showers i've seen west of 495, more like a sprinkle and kind of the same thing around haverhill, hampton beach, nashua, a quick sprinkle coming by. here's this a little thunder in it. it's moving into western connecticut. so i'm watching this batch of rain. if i time it out, around 20 miles per hour. it's over toward worcester by midday. thinking lunch plans if that could hold together -- watching our future cast model capturing this and does show that chance, moving into central parts of our state around midday. and then as we head into the mid-afternoon. that moves off shore. and we're dry.
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don't change any plans just keep the weather app hand there is that chance out there today. check out these great pictures we've been getting into the twitter account on fox 25 news. that's over brockton. this one came in to j broor at fox 25. you can shoot them in to me straight and i'll get them on live. this one a nice shot of the sun over the mountai hampshire. all right. it's 73 degrees. a bit humid with temperatures in the 60s and even near 70 across parts of the area. we're seeing temperatures in the 60s and 70s. and for the beaches today, it's a day of clouds and a chance for a shower. but i think you're ock, if you want to be out along the sand. just mind that afternoon rumble of thunder chances, especially the north shore. and the sea coast. temperatures in worcester today up to 80 degrees. we'll keep it in the middle 70s around beverly with the east
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and we'll be up in the middle 80s, holliston and natick today with a little bit cooler readings into boston. our rain fall deficit continues to mount. so we do need the rain of course we're running 8, 9 inches below normal. we're going to get a chance today, nothing that will be a drought buster, we'll get a chance tomorrow. tomorrow, i'm focusing on the middle part of the day. we'll be watching these lines of rain approach from the west to the east. and they'll move out of here by late day. skies clear, humidity false. sunday evening that last through most of next week. 50s at night. and 70s by day. >> catherine: all right. due process versus public safety. surrounding convicted criminals. the court ruling that could let convicted sex offenders hide
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i'll never stop fighting for you. >> jason: a brockton man arrested after leading officers on a chase and crashing into a golf clubhouse. police spotted thomas culvert on chatham west drive with no license plate thursday night. according to officers, the 24-year-old started speeding, hitting speeds of 70 miles an hour at one point. when he crashed the crawled out of a window and ran behind the clubhouse where he was arrested. >> catherine: happening now, you can bike around the city of boston for free. the bike sharing program hub way is offering a program that anyone can try out the service for free. you can pick up a bike at any hub way station. keep in mind, those rides are limited to 30 minutes a piece. now around town host michelle lazcano shows us what's happening this week.
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there's a lot going on around town. first artists from all over the country are in boston this week celebrating art of comedy. improv, stand up sketch music and everything in between. improv boston hosts the five day festival spanning several stages to show the love of comedy and laughter. and you still have time to get in on the jokes the boston comedy arts festival runs through tomorrow. also this weekend, the cambridge carnival sell rates 24 years of fun and thousands people gather to sell legrate and preserve the culture of history of carnival traditions with costume parade, performance and kids fest. don't miss the celebration sunday right near kendall square. and tomorrow, in memory of 3,000 individuals we lost in the september 11th attacks 15 years ago, volunteers will plant 3,000 flags in boston common. there will be a replaying ceremony followed by a flag lowering ceremony across the street at massachusetts state
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remembering and honoring those missed so dearly and the heros who risked their lives, visit our website. for more going on around town, make sure to have the fox 25 news app. in the men knew click the around town section or click the around town tab at fox25boston.com. i'm michelle lazcano, fox 25 news. >> jason: a former nanny charged endangering a child, now facing another charge. >> jason brewer: i'm tracking a i'll show you storm tracker radar and show you when they affect your plans straight ahead. >> catherine: plus facebook,
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>> jason brewer: i'm tracking showers along this front. tell you who has the best chance to see rain this weekend. >> reporter: one pern after an overnight shooting in the south end. the very latest on a search for a suspect. >> jason: a month after losing their 15-month-old son, his parents are still looking for answers. >> it hurts me knowing that whoever did this is -- has as much freedom as i do. >> jason: only on fox 25, their emotional good-bye as the investigation into their toddler's death continues. >> catherine: plus four people
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crash. fox 25 cameras captured the aftermath. >> catherine: good morning to you, thanks for watching the fox 25 morning news. it is 8:00 on your saturday, september 10th. i'm catherine parrotta, and fortunately, we're happy to report that record heat we had yesterday is over. humidity is sticking around. maybe ponytail weather today. >> jason: yeah, am i'm jason law. maybe we've seen the last of summer. who knows. who is tracking a chance of rain today and a cool down. >> jason brewer: this may very well be the last of summer. right now, we're talking about rain that's come through. we have this old front down to the south. a couple of showers for the islands. i'm watching heavy showers over western connecticut as we go into the vineyard, around nantucket, falmouth, we've seen wet weather. right now the showers look to stay just off of the island of
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couple of sprinkles, lowell, hampton beach, nothing to change plans over. don't be surprised if one or two of those sprinkles affects your morning plans. noontime, i'm going to watch around worcester county because we have the showers in connecticut that is headed your way and those move in the forward the boston area and off shore through about 2:00 and 3:00. and then one or two more showers can pop up. can't rule out a rumble of thunder either with the warm front rolling by. overall ris back in the 70s at the coast and lower 80s inland. back with the rest of your forecast and timing new chance of rain coming up. >> jason: a shooting investigation underway in boston right now. it happened after midnight at a housing development in the south end. >> catherine: we do one person is hurt and fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is hot the boston police department with more details now. stephanie. >> reporter: yeah, and i actually just spoke with boston police about 20 minutes ago. they told me at this time, they
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and that this investigation is still active and ongoing. as for the victim, they still remain in the hospital after being shot. i did ask them about a possible motive. and they told me, they're still looking into that aspect. but i do want to show you some video that we took where this accident happened. according to boston e.m.s., they responded to a shooting shortly before 1:00 this morning, in the harrison archway development in the south end. this is a development just off of harrison avenue. when find one person who had been shot. they rushed that person to a local hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries. now, on the phone, i asked if this was a random shooting or a targeted shooting. police told me that they're now looking into that. and i've also asked for more information about the suspect as well as the victim. police at this time do not know if they know each other. but, again, they told me, as soon as they get all of that information, they're going to call me back and of course i'll
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outside of boston police headquarters, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> catherine: worcester police have a pair of shooting investigations on their hands. a 34-year-old man is hospitalized with a gunshot wound to the face. he told police he was shot by someone driving a car at the intersection of ukclid avenue and sterling street. police say the victim is in good condition but refuse to go cooperate with the investigation. meantime, a shooting thursday night is now a death investigation. we told you about this yesterday on the fox 25 morning news. 21-year-old jeffrey lavoille of outside of club on west boylston late thursday night. a 28-year-old worcester man is hospitalized with a gunshot wound to his leg but expected to be ock. no word on any arrests or motive at this point. >> jason: new this morning, crews called out to a bad accident in stoughton after a van rolled out on 24. at least four of them had to be rushed to area hospitals. it's unclear what caused the
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we'll gather more information and bring you an update as soon as we get into our newsroom. this morning, an 18-year-old milford woman hospitalized after being hit by a car. it happened on pleasant street in ashland. the story breaking last night on fox 25 morning news at 10:00. the framingham state student was air lifted to if with hospital with serious injuries. police say she and another girl ran across the street and the driver didn't have time to stop. >> they just misjudged this. so if there's any take away, you know, just cars may be going a little they are. you know, just be aware of that when you cross the street. >> jason: police say speed and alcohol do not appear to be factors in the crash. the 24-year-old driver remained on the scene and was eventually given a ride home by police. the crash remains under investigation this morning. >> catherine: this weekend, you can expect a bit of a change to your ride on the t. the mbta is replacing red line contemporaneous with buses along a portion of the track. it's happening between braintree
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resilience see work. it will wrap up on time for the work beak on monday. >> jason: a week after his death, still no answers how a 15-month-old woburn boy was hurt and eventually died. now only on fox 25, his parents are speaking publicly for the first time. they tell fox's kerry kavanaugh they believe someone essentially hurt their son. >> reporter: the family says in court friday d.c.f. determined it was safe for their other children to return to their home. they say they they told me they're speaking out to hopefully prevent another family from suffering a devastating loss like theirs. >> the snugliest baby. he's just the sweetest. he was no stranger to a set of arms. >> reporter: lindy keene says 15-month-old noah was his happy smiling self when he dropped him and his twin sister amelia at
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that afternoon, the phone call came. the sitter said, they were on the way to the hospital. doctors determined he suffered traumatic injuries from which he would never recover. >> it hurts me knowing that whoever did this has as much freedom as i do. but my son is gone. >> reporter: the parents said they couldn't say much more about the investigation at this point. to date, no one faces any charges in this case. the district attorney has n criminal. did someone do this to your son? >> that's what it looks like as of right now yes. >> reporter: noah's twin sister was also injured but the parents say they couldn't elaborate how. police, d.c.f. immediately began investigating. meanwhile in the hospital at noah's side, they decided his life would have a greater purpose as an organ donor. >> at 2:30 was the time we agreed to let him go.
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>> to physically watch him being taken out of his room essentially the last time was pretty difficult. >> he had to save those lives. >> reporter: they say that will be noah's legacy. >> he touched five strangers. and essentially hundreds of other people by helping those five strangers. so -- sorry. >> reporter: these parents are still searching for answers. finding comfort in the bracelets they now wear every day. one with owls. between heaven and home. >> reporter: the other the super man logo. >> we closed his casket. he was -- he was super man. we put him in his super man pajamas. >> don't leave any stone unturned, essentially when it comes to family or friends that you're leaving your kids with, because your children are your greatest gift.
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what led to no with a's injuries continues. we checked with the middlesex district attorney's office this week they told us there's no update on the investigation. i'm kerry kavanaugh, fox 25 news. >> jason: a former arlington nanny is back in the headlines this weekend, now accused of drinking and driving. the herald reporting that susan devereaux pleaded not guilty in court this week for a crash that happened last week outside of a elementary school. it comes just days after devereaux was accused of endangering a sxhield in her car. neighbors told fox 25 called police after spotting devereaux stumbling down the street with a three-year-old. she's due in court for that case next week. >> catherine: on monday, 100 boston police officers will be begin wearing body cameras as part of a six month trial. yesterday, the judge gave the judge a green light shutting down the argument by union that it violated the contract. the judge ruled in part, if the union had mobilized even a small part of its membership, if pilot program would've proceeded as a voluntary program. this all started in july, when
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volunteer for the program. when no one came forward, the cameras were assigned to a variety of officers. the commissioner tells fox 25, the department has nothing to hide and is hoping the program is a success. today, the man who tried to kill president ronald reagan will be released from a psychiatric hospital. john hinkley, jr. will live with his mother in virginia when he gets out. in july, the federal judge ruled that the 61-year-old was no longer a danger to himself or others. hinkley was found not guilty by reason of insanity shooting of reagan outside of a washington hotel. under the term release, hinkley will be allowed to register to vote in the presidential election. it's something he tried to do several times over the years while he was hospitalized. >> jason: tomorrow our nation will mark a injure somber anniversary. hard to believe but it's been 15 years, since 19 men hijacked four planes and crashing them into the twin towers the pentagon and a field in pennsylvania.
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2,977 people were killed. and for the first time, it will officially be recognized as patriots day and a national day of remembrance and service. president obama signed the proclamation yesterday. two of the planes involved in the attack were out of logan. the airport has then put a number of changes into place including having to remove your shoes for security and full body scans. but once a security expert tells fox 25, all of that technology can cannot beat human intuition. he better training to understand what law enforcement considers a threat. in boston, there are several big events planned to mark tomorrow's anniversary, beginning a wreath laying at 7:30. an hour later, the massachusetts victims names will be read aloud. and after that, madeline amy sweeney award for civilian bravery will be presented. sweeney it was a flight attendant from acton where american flight 11 was hijacked. she reported it to a friend on the ground along with descriptions of the terrorists.
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remember the lives lost 15 years ago. >> catherine: the 15 year mark comes as the nfl starts its new season and the league is planning to honor the day in a special day. fans will see messages from president obama and bush. each team will have special guests on the field for the national anthem. the goal to pay tribute to those who lost their lives and share inspirational messages of hope. >> jason: when the patriots take the field tomorrow night they'll be witut he did not make the trip out west against the season opener against the cardinals. gronk has been nursing a hamstring injury for several weeks. he's not the only one sitting out tomorrow's opener. we'll tell you who else is sidelined coming up in the morning sports report. >> catherine: we're now learning new details about what happened during the deadly attack. the heroic actions of three men in the face of a mass shooting. >> jason: plus, anyone can go online and track the whereabouts
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>> catherine: right now, you can go online, to check sex offenders on the database. but "fox 25 investigates" discovers a new court ruling that could change all of that. fox 25 bob ward discovers how a convicted sex offender can hide their whereabouts from the public. >> reporter: this targets a level one sex offender john doe, but it is a decision that could impact your right to know about hundreds of others dangerous sex offenders. on august 18th, superior court registry board violated one sex offender he is constitutional right to due process by publishing on the internet his status as a level two seconds offender on the same day he was cliclassiied before he could file an appeal. in harshly word injunction, the judge ordered the s.o.r.b. to pull the sex offender information off of the internet until the sex offender could get a court hearing appealing his sex offender classification.
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from the public even though he's already convicted and even though the s.o.r.b. already satellite radar him a level two is sex offender. public safety concerns cannot trump requirement for sex offenders judge healy wrote in his 25 page decision. victims right advocate wendy murphy. >> the judge got the law on wrong and because he got the law wrong. the judge got the result wrong and now we have a situation where a dangerous sex offender who has been declared d of experience, is walking around free, nobody knows. >> reporter: in a statement to fox 25s.o.o.r.b. chair kevin haven wrote, the s.o.r.b. top priority is hansing its public safety mission by work to go inform the public about sex onlieders. as always, the schltd o.r.b. will abide by court decisions imposed on it and work to balance the requirements of those decisions with its public safety mission. but the s.o.r.b. is not commenting on this ruling and
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in belmont, bob ward u fox 25 news. >> catherine: a new hampshire sex offender in working in massachusetts says a unique medical condition made him expose himself to a group of high school students. lexington police say jacob mobley hall exposed himself to a group of girls on the way to soccer practice. it happened two days in a row. when the group saw him the next day, he ran down across the street and into a park where he was arrested. he confessed to the crime, telling police he served time in a new hampshire stat he's being held on $5,000 bail. >> jason: police say a 15-year-old girl is mind the vandalism and theft of a lobserster statue down in plymouth. the giant blue lobster statue was the work of a local artist. 75 pounder was one of 29 lobsters on display. and officers say they arrested the 15-year-old for the crime but say they have not recovered that statue. >> the teen faces multiple charges this weekend and will be
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if anybody else was involved. good saturday morning, we're off to a bit of a cloudy start. but still some sun mixing in. and there's even a little bit of rain. this front that came through. yesterday overnight is stalled and now it's going to start lifting back north. as part of this warm front. this is red barbs there. right now on the old front, the a little rain come through t islands, making its way east of the vineyard and falmouth now. not much. talking a few .01s of an inch of rain. a few showers staying north of nantucket. but could use the rain. staying north of off shore. a little bit of rain coming by haverhill, peabody, hampton beach, just a passing sprinkle in the merrimack. over to newburyport, ipswich, salem, new hampshire, just that
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you're going to be outdoors today. but let me show you the more organized more showers i'm seeing on the radar in view right now. we'll put a tracker on them, moving 20 to 25 miles an hour and over western connecticut. that's going to put them over toward worcester by about 11:45, 12:00. so thinking about lunchtime, a passing shower, the rain could last maybe 30 minutes. and then it moves on. but just something to keep an eye on at around midday in worcester mid-afternoon off the east coast and as you look at future cast, there's not much rain left out there. we'll watch for a spot shower to pop up at any time. north of the pike during late day and early evening hours. temperatures right now 74 degrees. look at those clouds, they've really thickened up. wind out of the northeast right now. whole different overhaul from yesterday's 90s, we're going down to the 70s and 80s today. pretty much where we stand right now, 70 to 75 across the area.
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points. they're in the 60s here in southern new england. so it feels kind of sticky. not into the oppressive category. it may get that way for a few hours early tomorrow morning. before we see some improvement. if you want that comfortable air, it's coming back hour by hour during the afternoon tomorrow. from the west to the east. that's because of a front. but let's look at the beaches today. we'll have some clouds to deal with. there is that chance of rain really this morning wrapping up for the cape and islands. and then i think it goes but, again, beach plans, going to be ock overall. just watch the approaching sky for a shower. at 80 degrees in boston. in the middle 70s. closer to the coastline. middle 80s back westward. through holliston and foxboro this afternoon. let's track tomorrow's rain chance. right now on future cast, 10:00 in the morning, we'll begin to see that shower chance, then the
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to 2:00 p.m., look at that clearing. introducing a chilly nighter, sunday night around here, with 50 the overall low. sunny skies a taste of fall coming back early in the week. >> catherine: today, wynn casinos looking for new hires specifically in the construction field. this is the the everett resorts several career fairs in the next two weeks. today at malden high school. starts in about 40 minutes. it's estimated 10 million hours of labor will be needed to build >> jason: a disturbing discovery in a cambridge apartment. >> they found cameras in several places upstairs. so everybody upstairs was really freaked out. >> jason: we'll tell you what police say the cameras were being used for what has a man facing charges. >> catherine: plus a secret winner now ready to claim their prize. the new information coming from
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>> jason: for months, june has been sitting on a jackpot. the sole winning ticket of the jackpot was sold at a new hampshire grocery store but since july no one claimed it until now. the lottery announced the winner is finally coming forward and cashing in. that person's lawyers will come
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that money. right now still unclear if the lucky ticket winner plans to make an appearance. the lump sum payout is worth 330 million bucks. not bad. >> catherine: not too shabby at all. all right, a philadelphia mother is hoping to get more check out lanes like these into storms around the country. these sensory developed lanes are designed for kids on autism spectrum. she created them with their own five-year-old daughter in line. overwhelming for kids on the spectrum. she's convinced the store in her area to take the planning plunge. she's hoping to get lanes into target stores next. >> jason: 90s flicks for kids you and me are reliving the childhood a bit. one that made a resurrection is fuller house. now you have a chance to live like the tanner family out in san francisco. check this out. the house from the popular show is up for rent.
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house while the film itself was filmed in hollywood. living there will cost you $14,000 a month. and also having to put up with daily visits of fans of the show who stop by to take pictures nearby. pretty cool. >> catherine: $14,000. >> jason: people talk about how expensive boston is, but san francisco i think beats us. >> catherine: kind of an iconic house. is getting everyone laughing, including us. look at beatrice's face look at her eyes she's so excited. the little face shared on the jumbotron and shared thousands of times including by the team itself. look at this picture, what comes up, must come down, pretty hard sugar crash. >> jason: did she actually eat any of it? >> catherine: i don't know.
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that, right, jason? >> jason brewer: so fun. and hopefully she slept well the rest of the night after all of that excitement. right now i'm tracking a little rain near nantucket and a batch of heavier showers in connecticut. i'll tell you when those arrive into central massachusetts straight ahead. >> reporter: an overnight shooting in the south end has left one person with potentially
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coverage continues right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> jason: good morning, everybody. and happy weekend. normally at this hour. we would show you a live look outside of the boston common and downtown skyline to give you an idea of what the conditions were. but this is a live look at jackson hole wyoming. the reason we're doing this is the this traffic camera live on the internet. thousands of people all over the world for some reason logged on to this. this traffic camera the world frankly because it's so mundane. >> catherine: we don't understand the fascination with it. there you are. if you ever wanted to know what jackson hole wyoming looked like at 6:30 at this hour. there you have it. >> jason: people are -- one of the internet things that you can't explain. >> catherine: now you know, entertained for hours. >> jason: jason brewer is not going to give us a forecast of
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>> jason brewer: maybe look at the aspens, snow on that end maybe a month away. right now, two batches i'm looking at. this one moving over nantucket at 8:15, if it can hold together. and unfortunately, we need the rain. but it kind of weakened as we head across nantucket. still kind of gloomy. this batch of rain across nantucket still heavier. that could get over to worcester other -- think about worcester county lunch plans and passing shower chance, that rain only lasts 25 to 30 minutes. appear then back into the muggies. and temperatures 75 to 80 today in the greater boston area. a little warmer down to the south. cooler at the coast today. of course the 90s from yesterday are all gone and not to return any time soon. i've got a fall like 7 day you'll want to stay tuned for come un. >> jason: we continue to following breaking news this morning where a shooting investigation is underway in boston right now. this happened right after
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>> catherine: we do one person is hurt. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live request details. stephanie. >> reporter: we are learning more from boston police with that shooting. when i spoke with them just about 40 minutes ago, they told met that the victim is still in the hospital and told me no arrests have been made so far. and this is still an active and ongoing investigation. and, again, at this point, they told me the motive is still unclear. but i do want to show you some video that we took of that happened. according to boston e.m.s., they responded shortly before 1:00 this morning. at the harrison archway development in the south end, which is just of of harrison avenue. when they arrived, they found win person who was shot. they rushed that person to the hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries >> and, again, please are still looking into whether this was a random or targeted shooting. i also asked whether the victim
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that. at this point, no information or description of a suspect or suspects to pass along to us. but they told me they would give me a call back as soon as they have that information. i'm going to give them a call again and i'll have another live report for you again coming up at 9:00. outside of boston police headquarters, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: the men running a prestigious prep school is caught in a sex sting. steven bliss is the head of school at cats academy in braintree. investigators say he met face-to-face in worcester w met online and hired to have sex. that male undercover officer was not posing as a child, according to investigators. bliss resigned as superintendent of dover sherborn public schools last year. he has been put on leave from cats academy and heads to court next month. >> catherine: this morning, a man accused of setting up cameras to secretly record his female roommates is under arrest in somerville. fox 25 john monahan reports investigators say he had been
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>> the day we packed him up, was the last day i saw him. >> reporter: neighbors demanded 32-year-old teddy browar-jarus leave last summer, including jilltra jill low. she lived downstairs from teddy who she i.d. & for fox 25. her former roommate frequently filming her roommates in the nude. >> no one expected anything like that. >> reporter: joe home last summer to find police armed with a warrant, searching the apartment where teddy lived. >> they found cameras in several places upstairs. so everybody upstairs was really freaked out. >> reporter: somerville police confiscated his laptop and a hook camera, similar to these. installed to watch female roommates getting in and out of the shower. >> they were freaked out. i think understandably so. because they felt violated and
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police found videos made with his cell phone, which is how he got caught. police say a female who lived upstairs heard beeping in her bedroom and then found teddy's cell phone on a book shelf, recording her every move. >> they said that they found many cameras upstairs. >> some still in boxes, according to joe, who is happy, teddy was finally brought to justice. >> i'm glad, because it's such a huge violation of people's privacy. >> reporter: i'm john and that neighbor say they don't know where the suspect lives now. but he's due back in court on october 7th. >> jason: this morning, we learned three men rushed a shooter trying to stop a san bernardino attack. that's according to a new report on the massacre just released friday. the three county employees were shot in the rampage that left 14 people dead and 22 more injured. the report didn't say whether they survived. a police study group conducted
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>> catherine: new this morning, a 66-year-old woman is in the hospital after getting hit by a car in worcester. she was walking on belmont street last night but police say she wasn't in a crosswalk. the driver who hit her did stay on the scene. not facing any charges at this time. the victim in stable condition right now. >> jason: two months ago, this horrific crash killed a north andover mom and injuring her two young daughters in the car. this morning, the father of those two little girls says they're still recovering from the emotional trauma. jennifer morris was killed on route 123 when she struck another car head on. her five and ten-year-old daughters were still in the back seat. >> they do once in a while tell me little things. i try to explain to them. that accidents do happen. and unfortunately, this was, you know -- this was, you know, really bad accident that, you know, like i said, nobody would expect. >> jason: the other driver involved suffered minor injuries and doing okay. there's a fund-raiser for the
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5:00. if you'd like to help out, we put information on our website be fox25boston.com. >> catherine: charges will likely not be filed in the death of a four-year-old girl at a new hampshire fair last week. may calleder died after being thrown from a horse during a riding show at the lancaster fair. lancaster police say they're still investigating what happened. but they don't anticipate any criminal charges. >> jason: thousands of janitors and security officers set to rally for fair pay and better benefits. we'll tell you them this afternoon. >> catherine: plus the candidates talking national security on the campaign trail this week but something else getting a lot of attention. the relic of the past adding to the oddity of this year's election. >> jason brewer: right now tracking a few batches of rain
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>> jason: hillary clinton and donald trump are talking national security and foreign policy in the days before the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. reports that doesn't mean the two candidates have stopped attacking each other. >> reporter: donald trump took the stage friday night for a rally in pensacola, florida. >> this is a crowd. they have thousands of people outside that can't get in. >> reporter: as the two lead candidates for president focused in on national security. hillary clinton tried to call attention to her national security credentials friday afternoon. >> i just finished a meeting with a distinguished group of national security experts.
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trump's campaign as not serious and more of a reality t.v. show. >> the nominee on the other side promises to do things that will make us less safe. national security experts on both sides of the aisle are chilled by what they're hearing from the republican nominee. >> reporter: at the values voters summit earlier on friday. trump called clinton's tenure one of war, destruction death. >> she's just too quick to intervene, invade, or to push for regime change. with people we don't even know who they are. they take over and they're far worse. >> reporter: amid all of the mud slinging, a freedom of information act request filed by political unearthed new photos of trump and former president bill clinton from the year 2000. once again, highlighting the decades old friendly social interactions between trump and the clinton family.
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ugly campaign for president. i'm andrew spencer reporting. >> catherine: happening today, massachusetts senator elizabeth warren will join thousands of janitors and security officers in a rally on boston common. the event is meant to show support for 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 will expire on the 30th. a flo sick and dying on a local street. coming up the investigation to figure out what made the birds
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so you can clearly see what's in and what's out? oh, absolutely. i like that. get fios with virtual tech support for $69.99 a month. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i know more about isis then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. ntry? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices? >> jason: we know little kids
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head back to school. that means they could be putting apps on their phone that could put them in danger. you might not even recognize it. facebook, snapchat and instagram all popular request kids. fox 25 discovers the obscure apps you may not be aware of. >> reporter: what you don't know, can hurt your kids. >> there are apps out there today, that look and act like apps with he know and trust but she are designed to confuse or lie to the parents. >> reporter: robert is an online security experts with hot spot shield. he says there are countless apps that fall off of a parents radar. like calculator percent. >> this is designed to mask itself as a calculator app and the parent would not know the kid installed it to hiden
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the audio manager but in fact there to mask and hide inappropriate photos inappropriate tex messages. essentially anything that the child who wants to hide from their parents. >> reporter: snapchat is old news for some kids and teens. introducing burn note. >> it's designed like snapchat, essentially to hide and mask data. and in the end, it erases or deletes any instant messages quickly and efficiently so the >> reporter: robert says savvy online predators are lurking in your child's smartphone and you may not even know it. >> omega is one of those apps that can facilitate chat with complete strangers. so your child could be communicating with, you know, a user name of 14-year-old charlie, who is in fact 40-year-old ed and your kid or you may never know it. >> reporter: robert advises a
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to keep an eye on their kids apps. >> it's really important parents set up their devices so they sink with i cloud. that way, if a child installs an app, then installed on the parents device as well. >> reporter: locals, fox 25 news. >> jason: it's important to know these apps are not illegal and have all of the safeguards in place. any abuse needs to be reported immediately. >> catherine: a neighborhood dispute over an aggressive dog may be headed to court. a m a pit bull mix named buddy will be euthanized after he say tacked two separate dogs. they grabbed on to their dogs necks and provoked attacks. the owner is appealing the decision to put her down. saying he's never been aggressive to people. >> just needs the proper training. needs to be given that chance. >> catherine: buddy remakes under home confinement until a magistrate hears the case likely in about a month. health officials in massachusetts are trying to
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flock of bird to fall out of the sky on to a boston street. 47 birds were found sick and 1w5 of those later died at various spots around bakersfield street. for now the animal rescue league is handling the testen on those birds with results due back early next week. city officials recommend all animals in the area keeping them inside or on a leash. >>. >> jason brewer: look at the searing heat that we had. what a hot end to yesterday with low and middle 90s. good enough for a record in boston. 93 there. norpood wood 92. now this front is coming in and we see temperatures coming down. most cloudy. a little bit of rain with this front. no more 90s. more like 70s and 80s today. still humid, though. track this rain. i've been watching this come through islands all morning long. now this is moving away from nantucket and chatham.
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toward cape ann, maybe a quick sprinkle coming by, east of haverhill now, merrimack valley, newburyport. just a trace of rain. this batch of rain across connecticut still holding together. that means it could be over toward worcester about 11:30, 11:45, shrewsbury after that. you'll see that brief chance of rain lasting 30 to 45 minus. degrees, though. no rain in boston. we have clouds. and our future cast model shows the clouds hanging around the better part of the day. i do think a break this afternoon certainly possible as a warm front lifts to the north. winds turn more out of the southeast, mixing going on in the atmosphere, meaning a little drying and bright thing. there will be that chance of a shower late day. especially northward and possibly even beyond sunset. it's going to be north into
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temperatures right now in the 70s most locations. portsmouth, nashua, upper 60s for you. beach forecast is mostly cloudy skies, brighter skies, though to the south and east, and a lower rain chance, after that shower gets away from nantucket at our southern beaches sea coast north shore, better chance of later day showers to pass through for you. afternoon highs running in the middle 70s in many locations, southern new hampshire, closer to 80 in worcester county. keep in mind, that rain chance for you developing midday and as the east, a little warmer to the west. haverhill at 78 today. morning sprinkle by the way there. as we head to the afternoon around the greater boston area, we'll see lower and middle 80s as you go away from the cooling affects of that ocean breeze. braintree, though, on into the low 80s with boston checking in mid and upper 70s. let's track the rain tomorrow, because here comes there's the warm front, here comes the cold front. here comes a new system making
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of a spot shower for the morning hours, but then a line of rain, possibly embedded rum 3we78s of thunder coming in from 11:00 to 2:00, that's the timing right now, central to eastern mass. then by 7:00 tomorrow night. we're really clearing things out. we are seeing dropping humidity, cooler dryer air making its way in. big changes coming up on sunday night. we'll be back down in the 40s and 50s by monday morning. look at the sunny skies, early week, another shot of on wednesday. >> jason: top health officials say they've run out of money to fight the zika virus. cdc director tom freedman says if congress doesn't agree to more funding it could bring back mosquito spraying efforts and research to a halt. a bill in congress remains in limbo as they point fingers at each other as stale mates to undercut planned parenthood funding that have been attached to the legislation.
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get their shots before the school year. but coming up, a few students missing critical vaccines could put an entire school at risk. >> jason: the red sox in a new series against the blue jays. highlights from the game that series against the blue jays. highlights from the game that extended t narrator: "by almost every measure, blic charter schools have been a success." "they are models of inspiration." with "impressive results" and "eye-catching educational gains." it's turned my son's life around. narrator: "charter schools amount to hope" for kids all across massachusetts. question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. vote yes on 2. for stronger public schools. vote yes on 2.
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>> reporter: hi everybody, i'm butch stearns. good and bad news in sports this morning for you. let's start with the bad. rob gronkowski out of the season opener in arizona. patriots making it official last night. gronk nate solder and jonathan cooper all will not play. jimmy garoppolo will have two back up tackles and no gronk for his first start.
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night pound out 18 hits and score 13 runs and everybody gets in on the act. we're not even going to show you rick porcello who pitched 6 innings and got his 20thrin win of the year because his offense was so good. how about porcello, though? three batters later, hanley ramirez three run. the sox win 13-2, three games up on toronto now. in natick last night. junior ameal mels had a great night. 106 yards rushing joined by malik williams who also ran for 128 yards. the defense great. two ryan with two pitch. one coming up here. dell lawn knee had a big night. junior dejesus got contact on a touchdown. 36 nothing in natick debut on
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reporting to the patriots. don't forget to join us after college football for the fox 25 news and saturday night sports wrap. have a great saturday, everybody. >> jason: a former nanny accuse of endangering a child, now accused of another crime. the charges she's facing after a crash outside of a elementary school. >> jason brewer: tracking rain chances timing it all for the weekend coming up correct >> and buzzing. and buzzing. one man's mission to send kids every time a new charter school opens in massachusetts, it takes funding away from regular public schools in that area. this year alone, charter schools will take more than
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instead of draining even more money from neighborhood public schools and giving it to charters, let's devote public resources to all of our students... not just a select few. don't lift the cap on charter schools.
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>> jason brewer: i'm tracking showers moving in along this front. i'll tell you who has the best chance to see rain this weekend. >> reporter: one person in the hospital fighting for their life after an overnight shooting in the south end of the very latest on a search for a suspect. >> jason: a month after losing their 15-month-old answers. >> it hurts me knowing that whoever did this is -- has as much freedom as i do. >> jason: only on fox 25, their emotional good-bye as the investigation into their toddler's death continues. >> catherine: plus four people hurt in this early morning crash. fox 25 cameras capture the aftermath. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now.
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>> catherine: good morning to you, thanks for watching the fox 25 morning news. it is account on theiriority sashgs september 10th, i'm catherine parrotta, fortunately, the record heat, over, the humidity sticking around a bit. >> jason: that's right. have we seen the last of summer? i don't know. let's check in in with fox 25 meteorologist jason brewer. he's in the weather center this morning. jason. >> jason brewer: i'm timing a front on the way. one little front lifting into southern new england as a warm a spot shower. right now those showers moving east of nantucket. we've been tracking them all morning long here on fox 25 morning news. i'm also watching this new round of rain in connecticut. over toward worcester by about 11:30, 12:00, if it can hold together. right now it's trying to make its way into hartford. the greater boston area, cooler at the coast, we'll have an on shore wind getting rid of the 90s today.
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the afternoon as well. brighter in the south and east a little cloudier in the developing afternoon, where a better chance of the rain will be later in the day. i got the latest future cast, i'll show you the rain timing for the whole weekend because we've got another chance coming up tomorrow in just a minute. >> jason: breaking this morning, a shooting investigation is underway right now in boston. this happened just after midnight in a housing development in the south end. >> catherine: we do know two people were hurt. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is at the boston policeep update from police? >> reporter: that's right. they told me there were two victims in this case. one a woman in her 20s and the other a man in his 20s. they told me that both are expected to survive. and boston police also telling me approximate -- in the last 20 minutes, that this does appear to be a possibly gang related shooting. i do want to show you video of where this shooting happened. this is video we took earlier this morning.
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before 1:00 this morning in the south end. this is development off of harrison avenue. police found one woman shot with nonlife-threatening injuries. now police from telling us that the second victim drove himself to the hospital after being shot, also with non-life threatening injuries. police aat this point, they've not arrested anyone, but still an active investigation. but preliminary reports indicates this could possibly be as soon as we have another update we'll let you online and on air at fox25boston.com. outside of boston police headquarters, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> catherine: worcester police have a pair of shootings on their hands. a 34-year-old wan man hospitalized with a gunshot wound to the face. he told police he was shot by someone driving a car at the intersection of euclid avenue and sterling street. police say that victim is in good condition but refusing to cooperate with the
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investigation. we told you about this yesterday on the fox 25 morning news. 20-year-old jeffrey lavoille of grafton was shot to death outside of the pub on west boylston on late thursday night. a 20-year-old worcester man is hospitalized with a gunshot wound to his leg but expected to be okay. no word on any arrests or motive at this point. >> jason: while you were sleeping, crews were scald out to a bad accident in stoughton after a van rolled over on route 24. this happened just after 3:00. police on the scene told us that seven ppl when it rolled. at least four had to be rushed to area hospitals. it's unclear right now what caused the crash. but no other vehicles were involved. we're gathering more information and bring you an update as soon as we get into our newsroom. a woman was hospitalized after being hit by a car. happened on pleasant street in ashland. the story was breaking news last night on fox 25 morning news at 10:00. the framingham state student was air lifted to worcester hospital with serious injury and police say she and another girl ran
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not have time to stop. >> just misjudged this. so if there's any take away, you know, just cars may be going a little faster than you think they are. you know, just be aware of that when you cross the street. >> jason: police say speed and alcohol do not appear to be factors in the crash. the 24-year-old driver remained on the scene and eventually given a ride home by police. the crash remains under investigation. >> catherine: this weekend, you can expect a bit of a change to the mbta is replacing red line trains with buses along the tracks. it's happening between braintree and j.f.k. stations. it's part of the winter ongoing winter resilience see work. it will wrap up on monday. >> jason: still no answers about how a 15-month-old woburn boy was hurt and died. now only on fox 25, his parents are speaking publicly for if
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>> reporter: the family said in d.c.f. on friday determined it was safe for their other children to return to their home. they hope now they can begin grieving as a family. they're speaking out to prevent a another family from suffering a devastating loss like theirs. >> the snugliest baby. he's just the sweetest. he was no stranger to a set of arms. >> reporter: lindsey keane says 15-month-old noah was his happy smiling self on the morning of august 19th when he dropped and his twin sister emilia at the baby-sitters that morning. that afternoon, the whole world changed. >> your whole world stopped. >> reporter: the baby-sitter said they were on the with a i to the hospital. know was was unresponsive. >> way just wanted to help him and i couldn't. >> reporter: the doctors say he suffered traumatic injuries from which he would not recover. >> it hurts me to know that whoever did this, has as much
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gone. >> reporter: the parents said they couldn't say much more about the investigation at this point. to date, no one faces any charges in this case. the district attorney has not said whether the case is even criminal. >> did someone do this to your son? >> that's what it looks like. as of right now, yes. >> noah's twin was also injured. but the parents said they couldn't elaborate how. police, the d.a. and d.c.f. immediately began investigating. meanwhile in the hospital by noah's side, the parents decided noah's life would have a >> reporter: at 2:30 was the time we agreed he would go. and i just remember, 2:27, 2:28, 2:29. >> to physically watch him being taken out of his room as essentially the last time was pretty difficult. >> he had to save those lives. >> reporter: they say that will be noah's legacy. >> he touched five strangers. and essentially hundreds of other people by helping those five strangers.
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>> reporter: these parents are still searching for answers. finding comfort in the bracelets they now wear every day. one with owls. >> owls are the messengers between heaven and home. >> reporter: the other the super man logo. >> we closed his casket. he was super man. we put him in a super man pajamas. >> don't leave any stone unturned essentially when it comes to family or friends that because your children are your greatest gift. >> reporter: the family says they still have a long road ahead as the investigation into what led to know noah's injuries continues we checked with district attorney office. they told us there's no update with the investigation. kerry kavanaugh, fox 25 news. >> jason: 9:07 now. a former arlington nanny back in the accused of drinking and driving.
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crash that happened last week outside of a elementary school. it comes days after devereaux was accused of endangering a child in her care. neighbors told fox 25 they called police after spotting devereaux stumbling down the street with a three-year-old. she's due in court for that case next week. >> catherine: on monday, a hundred boston police officers will begin wearing body cameras as part of a six month trial. yesterday the judge gave the program a green light shutting down the argument by the union that it violated their contract. the judge ruled in part, if, even a small part of its membership, the pilot program would've proceeded as a voluntary program. it this all started back in july, when the union and the commissioner agreed to have officers volunteer for the program. when no one came forward, the cameras were assigned to a variety of officers. the commissioner tells fox 25, that the department has nothing to hide and is hoping the program is a success. >> jason: tomorrow, our nation will mark a somber anniversary.
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hijacked four commercial planes, crashing them into the twin towers, the pentagon, a field in pennsylvania. it was the worse attack in our nation's history. 2,977 people killed. for the first time, it will officially be recognized as both patriot day and a national day of service and remembrance. president obama signed the proclamation yesterday. two of the planes involved in the attack were out of logan. the airport put a number of big changes into place since then. that includes r scans. one security expert tells fox 25, that all of that technology can't beat human intuition, he says civilian workers need better training to understand what law enforcement considers a threat. >> catherine: across the nation, the remembrance ceremonies have already begun. the new york police department held a parade through the city yesterday in honor of each officer lost on both that day and from the related illnesses after. the parade ended with a service
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wall. in boston there are several big events planned to mark tomorrow's anniversary. beginning with a wreath laying at 7:30 a.m. an hour later, the massachusetts victims names will be read aloud. after that, the med de-lynn amy sweeney award for bravery will be presented. when american airlines was hijacked she reported it to her friend on the ground along with descriptions of the terrorists. we hope you join us as we remember back and remember the lives as the nfl starts the new season they plan to honor in a special way. 14th will see special messages from president obama and george bush. each time will have special guests on the field for the national anthem. the goal to pay tribute to all of its lives lost 15 years ago and share inspir rational messages of home. when the patriots take the field tomorrow night they'll be without rob gronkowski. the star tight end did not make
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against the cardinals. gronk has been nursing a hamstring injury for several weeks. >> catherine: we're now learning of a deadly attack, the heroic actions of three men. >> jason: vaccinations for the new school year. >> i think one of the problems, is that people don't see the diseases any more. so they don't realize the importance of recenting them. >> jason: parents reluctant of immunizing their kids are putting their classmates at >> jason: tracking rain moving
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every time a new charter school opens in massachusetts, it takes funding away from regular public schools in that area. this year alone, charter schools will take more than 400 million dollars away from neighborhood public schools. that's not right. instead of draining even more money from neighborhood public schools and giving it to charters, let's devote public resources to all of our students... not just a select few.
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>> catherine : medical professio are saying more parents are reluctant to immunize putting other classmate at risk. doctors are urging their parents to get vaccinate for the school year, especiall after a few diseases recently appeared in massachus that were thought to be
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>> reporter: the state of massachusetts requires students to be updated with their vaccinations, unless a religious or medical exemption. ca-nellie says she's encountered a few parents reluctant to give their kids shots. >> some parents are concerned about it. i ask parents to bring them up. >> reporter: 88% of pediatricians back in 2013 to vaccinate their children. >> i think one of the problems is that people don't see the diseases any more. so they don't realize the importance of preventing them. >> reporter: dr. harry mad lock says they -- a european doctor was diagnosed with measles which shut down this express cafe on newbury street after fining out not all employees were immunized. >> before we had measles
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measles. >> reporter: this year at harvard university, cambridge health department confirmed there were 64 cases in their final report. some of those infected were vaccinated of the c.d.c. says the mumps vaccine is only 88% effective. but mad don't have says that doesn't mean you shouldn't protect yourself. >> even here in massachusetts, where we have good vaccinations rates overall, there are parts where children are not >> reporter: according to immunization records from dph. counties on the cape and cape islands along with western counties in massachusetts, have the highest exemption rates. these counties have relatively smaller student populations which means a fewer immune united stated students make the percentage rates much larger. >> even a few kids unimmunized put not only themselves at risk
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>> reporter: madoff says getting the most people possible vaccinated will protect the very few that can't or won't. >> vaccination is very safe and always safer than the diseases that they prevent. >> catherine: that was vanessa welch reporting. vaccinations here in massachusetts are free thanks to a program. >> jason: police say a statue in plymouth. we reported the theft about a week ago. the giant statue was the work of a local artist. the 75 pounder was one of 25 lobsters on display. officers say they arrested the 15-year-old for the crime but have not recovered the statue. police are looking into see if
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involved. >> jason brewer: good saturday morning. i've been tracking a couple of batches of rain. the first one east of our eye land. the next one is back in connecticut and western mass. that i'll keep track of. but most of us are dry this morning. just a mix of clouds and sun. there's that first batch of rain if you're waking up with us just now on fox 25 morning news. on the vineyard, maybe around cut tee hunk, falmouth, nantucket, walk outside and realize amounted to before it moved away. now this rain moving along i-91, springfield down to hartford, a little steadier and more organized. there's showers behind that as well. across northwest connecticut. we do have a warm front making its way northward, breaking out the rain as a result of. we'll put a tracker on this as it moves 20, 25 miles an hour over toward sturbridge, about
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hold together. that's at least the chance where you can begin to see the rain into the afternoon. this is 5:00 on future cast. notice where the better chance is southern new hampshire, north of the pike, late day and on into the evening. that rain chance migrates even farther northward as the warm front continues to move to the north. temperatures in the middle 70s right now. getting a thinning of that thicker cloud deck that we had earlier this morning. so some sun mixing in. temperatures in the 70s. beaches not too bad. rain chance the early part of the day. that's not looking too impressive right now. the late day, watch the sea coast and north shore renewed case of shower or storm for today. temperatures in river county, running 805 degrees, give or take. up into the lower 80s westward along the pike here through the metrowest neighborhoods a little cooler around boston and woburn. closer to eastern breeze coming
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marshfield at 77. middleboro and taunton, brockton all in the middle 80s today. let me show you this front to our west. it was producing severe weather in eastern illinois last night. we just got some pictures in to the newsroom and i wanted to show you these to you so you could get a sense of what has been going on around the nation. this pictures from eastern illinois of very intense tornados. and there was one on the ground for 17 minutes. about 6:30 local time. crews are on the ground to determine the intensity of these. i show you that because this front is making its way toward new england. i don't expect tornados with it. but do expect brief and heavy rains. let's check this out on future cast, 9:00 in the morning tomorrow.
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shower possible. then the main line of showers associated with this, is coming in about 11:00 to 2:00, 1:00 possible, areas of west of boston, a better chance 6 experience the rain. then say from 12:00, 1:00, 2:00, moving down to the north and south shore. eventually by 6:00, we're dry, clearing skies, humidity is dropping. and this is a real shot of some fall cool weather. in fact, we'll be in the lower 80s for midday. highs tomorrow. makes its way in. sunday evening plans will start to feel cooler, dryer, fresher, overnight low on sunday night, we'll keep it on the cool side with another shot of some rain wednesday and colder air behind that with 40s coming in on wednesday and thursday night. >> jason: all right. jason, speaking of cool, how about sending kids back to school in style. coming up one dad's special mission to make kids in his neighborhood look good in the classroom.
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nearly half billion powerball sold at a raymond new hampshire grocery store. since july, no one claimed it until now. the lottery jackpot winner finally coming forward and cashing in. the person's attorneys will come forward monday to announce the charity for all of that money. it's not clear if the lucky ticket winner plans to make an appearance with his lawyers. the lump sum payout option is worth $330 million. for the thanks to the live stream of a traffic camera way out in the middle of nowhere, jackson hole wyoming to be specifically a attention online no one can figure out why. this is such a whacky story. people all around the world are tuning in to watch the traffic camera again in the middle of wyoming. this live look right now at the intersection. >> catherine: a fair going on or something. >> jason: yeah, just a formal kind of middle of town shot.
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it had been viewed thousands of time since it went live on the internet. comments from all people. mundane activity to the cars to people walking on the street. to put it in perspective, thousands of views from around the world of this traffic camera, but under 10,000 people live in jackson hole wyoming. there's nobody in that town. >> catherine: we've been fascinated by it too this morning. we can't explain why. it's inapplicable. now you know where wyoming is. look at this, a paper helmet sold at vending machines at biking stations. the creator says it can with stand the impact of a 10 pound weight being dropped from three feet. i'm not sure if i want to test that out. >> jason: would you want to try that? >> catherine: it doesn't meet the safety standards but the worker is working to change that. >> jason: i guess it works of
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lighter. >> catherine: is that going to cushion your head if you fall off of a bike. i don't know jason. >> jason brewer: i'm not quite trusting that. i mean, i'm thinking if you're riding along and you get one of those icicles falling from the building, it protects you from that, at least there's something from that. we do have rain arriving into central mass. straight ahead. >> reporter: two people shot
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>> catherine: 9:30 now on your saturday morning. that's looking nice be isn't it. improving sky over boston common. beautiful day to be in the city. the oppressive heat we had yesterday has moved on out. might still need the >> jason: thatsa good looking day. >> catherine: nice looking day. >> jason: good start to our weekend, right 74 degrees at 9:30 in the morning. we did tie the record yesterday. >> catherine: that's what i'm saying. >> catherine: 93 degrees. >> jason: here's jason brewer following the weekend forecast. >> jason brewer: good morning. the balance of our saturday is going to be okay. so get to the beaches. still going to be warm. but just not 90s like yesterday.
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vineyard this morning. that has moved east and dissipated. but this next round of rain a little more oppressive. put it over to worcester by about 11:30, that chance of rain midday and beyond that into the boston area by 2:00. but if it does hold together, it's not going to last all day. it's just passing through. 75 to 80 those high temps from the coast. across the boston area. temperatures around 80 near the chance of afternoon rubble, can't be ruled out. back with more coming up. >> reporter: this morning, police investigating straight ahead. >> catherine: stephanie coueignoux has been outside of boston police headquarters all morning. >> reporter: a male and female both in their 20s. the good news is they are expected to survive. and boston police also telling me at this point, it does appear
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related. i do want to show you some video of the shooting scene. this is what we took earlier this morning. according to boston e.m.s., they responded to this area, just before 1:00 this morning. this is harrison archway development off of harrison avenue. police say say when this he arrived, they found the woman in her 20s shot with nonlife-threatening injuries. police telling us, they found another person shot, a man. al hospital also with nonlife-threatening injuries. at this point, police still saying this is an active investigation. also haven't made any arrests so far. and also no information about a suspect or suspects. but did tell me at this point, very preliminarily, this could be a gang-related shooting in the south end. as soon as we get an update from police, we'll let you know on air, online, at fox25boston.com.
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coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: police say a man running a prep school was caught in a sex sting. steven bliss is the head of school at cats academy in braintree and investigators say he met face-to-face in worcester. with an undercover officer he met online and hired to have sex. that male undercover officer was not posing as a child according to investigators. bliss resigned as superintendent of the dover sherborn public schools last year. he's been put on leave from cats academy. and heads to court next month. >> catheri: man accused of setting up cameras to secretly record his female roommates is on report in. he's been doing this for years. >> the day we packed him up was the last day i saw him. >> reporter: neighbors demanded that teddy browar-jarus leave last summer, including joe trajillo. she lived downstairs from teddy
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he was completely filming his roommates in the nude. >> no one suspected anything like that. >> reporter: joe says she came home last summer. to find police armed with a warrant searching the apartment where telldy lived. >> they found cameras in several place else upstairs. so everybody upstairs was really freaked out. >> reporter: the somerville police confiscated his laptop and a hook camera, similar to these, installed to watch female roommates getting in the shower. >> they were freaked out. i think understandably so-so. because they felt violated and invaded. >> reporter: on teddy's laptop. police also found videos made with his cell phone. which is how he got caught. police say a female who lived upstairs heard beeping last year in her bedroom. then found teddy's cell phone on a book shelf recording her every move. >> they said that they found many cameras upstairs. >> some still in boxes,
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who is happy teddy was finally brought to justice. >> i'm glad. because it's such a huge violation of people's privacy. >> reporter: i'm john monahan, fox 25 news. >> catherine: former roommates and that neighbor say they don't know where teddy lives now. he is due back in court on october 7th. >> new this morning, we've learned three men rushed a shooter trying to stop the san bernardino terror attack. that's according to a new in depth report on that massacre. the report was just released friday. the three county employees were shot in the people dead, 22 others hurt. the report didn't specify whether they survived. a police study group conducted the report to analyze the police response. new this morning, a 66-year-old woman in the hospital after getting hit by a car in worcester. she was walking on belmont street late last night. police say she was not in a crosswalk. the driver that hit her did stay on scene. he's not facing any charges this morning. we're told the victim is in stable condition right now. two months ago, this
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young daughters. this morning, the father of those little girls say they're still recovering from the emotional trauma they suffered. 35 jennifer morris was killed on route 133 in july. when she crossed the center line and struck another driver head on. her 10 and 5-year-old girl in the back seat at the time of the accident. the older girl pulled the younger sister out of the car and screamed for help, the father told us. >> they do a little while. tried to explain to them, that accidents do happen. and unfortunately, this was, you know, it was a really bad accident that, you know, like i said nobody would expect. it was -- >> jason: the other driver involved suffered minor injuries and is doing okay. there's a fund-raiser for the family tonight. its starts at 5:00 in danvers with a motorcycle ride. if you want to help out, we've put information on that fund raiser on our website, fox25boston.com. later today, thousands of janitors and security officers will rally for fair pay and
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politician who will be joining them this afternoon. >> catherine: plus the candidates are talking national security on the campaign trail this weekend. but something else is getting a lot of attention. the relic from the past adding to the oddity of this year's election. >> jason brewer: and right now tracking some rain closer to central massachusetts.
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>> jason: hillary clinton and donald trump talking national security and foreign policy in the days leading up to the september 111st attacks. >> catherine: that doesn't mean the two candidates stopped attacks each other, andrew spencer reports. >> reporter: donald trump is at a rally in pensacola florida. >> this is a crowd. thousands of people outside that can't get in. >> reporter: as the two lead candidates for president focus in on national security. hillary clinton tried to call attention to her national security credential >> i just finished a meeting with a group of national security experts. >> reporter: calmly dismissing trump's campaign as not serious and more of a reality t.v. show. >> the nominee on the other side, promises to do things that will make us less safe. national security experts on both sides of the aisle are chilled by what they're hearing from the republican nominee. >> at the values voters summit earlier friday.
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death. >> she's just too quick to intervene, invade, or to push for regime change with people we don't even know who they are. and they take over and they're far worse. >> reporter: amid all of the mud slinging a freedom of information act request file bid political unearthed new photos of trump and former president bill clinton from the year 2000. once again, highlighting the interactions between trump and the clinton family. long before the start of this ugly campaign for president. i'm andrew spencer reporting. correct >> happening today, massachusetts senator elizabeth warren will join thousands of janitors and security officers in a rally on boston common. it's meant to show support for a fair contract for factory workers in the boston area. senator warren says workers have families to support and to
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sure they have fair pay and benefits. the contract is expected to expire on the 20th. >> jason: the russia and syria recommend a ceasefire secretary of state john kerry and his russian counterpart announced the agreement yesterday. the announcement is expected to help put an end to the civil war going on in syria for more than five years. kerry says the deal could be a turning point for the conflict, if implemented of the ceasefire officially begins monday. >> catherine: a flock o street. coming up. the investigation into what's making the birds fall out of the sky. >> jason: plus kids heading back to school with confidence thanks to a local barber. >> this should make them feel
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. >> jason: a local barber wants to make sure children start school looking and feeling their very best. kerry kavanaugh was there as kids filled the mattapan shop to get their free hair cuts. >> reporter: meticulous barbers trimming and buzzing. >> this is a big day for all of us. >> reporter: stylists scrubbing and setting. some very important clientele. >> right now i'm doing a flat eyen row, i had already pressed her. >> reporter: clients began lining outside of the barber early saturday morning. >> when i see the look on the girl's face when i'm done, that's what i'm here for. >> reporter: the stylists volunteer as they help hundreds of kids look and feel their best as they head back to school. >> today is helping these girls build confidence and make them feel good about going to school. >> give them self-assure, self-esteem confidence. >> reporter: the tradition of instilling confidence started seven years ago.
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having haircuts, little girls in curls, i was like, what can i do. >> reporter: father of six and barber shop owner amy mitchell asked himself that same question, since then, his event has grown every year. >> a little conveyer built system if you will. >> girls are washed cut and prepped. boys choose their styles, nail preps outside painting nails. the big operation not lost on these clients. and they have -- they do hard work for it. >> reporter: clients like sixth grader says she'll walk out of here feeling -- >> pretty. >> reporter: students also got a backpack full of supplies. so they're ready to talk kel a new school year. an entire community coming together to make that happen. >> jason: good for them. that was kerry kavanaugh reporting for us this morning. the shop estimates that 300 kids
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haircuts. the barber told us he's very grateful for sponsors and the volunteers who make it possible. >> catherine: a neighborhood dispute over an aggressive dog may be headed to court. an magistrate will determine whether buddy will be euthanized after he attacked two different dogs in separate incidents. those dog owners say they grabbed on to their dogs necks in attacks. the owner repealing the decision to put her down been aggressive to people. >> just needs the proper training and to be given that chance. >> reporter: buddy is under home constraints into the hearing next month. boston officials are trying to figure out why a large flock of birds caused them to fall out of the sky and several died. for now the animal rescue league is handling the testing on the dead birds, with the results due back early next week.
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keeping all animals in the area either inside or on a leash. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> jason brewer: check out these high temperatures good enough for a record in boston. 39 degrees. we're overhauling things today. bringing winds out of the east and southeast. also clouds around, even a spot shower this morning. tracking a few of those now. this next batch, hanging around western mass.. watch this as it gets closer to southbridge and webster. through midday. over to 11:00, at least a chance of some rain, if that can hold together, nothing that will wash out your plans but keep the fox 25 weather app handy, it looks like the rain will last from 30 to 45 minutes and go ahead and move on.
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be the pike north and westward late day with a little bit of heat and this warm front moving through. then tonight, jason the and dean show should be dry. better rain chance remains well north and into southern new hampshire from there. mid 70s, that's your current temp. dew point is a bit high in the lower 60s. although not as high as it was yesterday at this time. still on the sticky side. see those 70s, in i where you go. except keene you're at 69 beach forecast not a wash out. not a bad day, just got to deal with clouds from time to time. we have temperatures running 75 to 80 depress. warmest on the cape. lower on the sea coast and those east winds coming in 5 to 10 miles per hour. a low risk of rip current and the waves are down after last week's messy hermine waves check out the afternoon highs. how about the lower 80s in most of worcester county. we'll go 79 at the worcester airport. but warmer down to the lower elevation. and in boston, pretty much what
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upper 70s, cooler right at -- up against the sensor at logan. but the farther west you go, some low and middle 80s. and into middleboro, brockton, foxboro, all middle 80s here today. and then tomorrow, temperatures will stay on the warm side to start the day and then start to feel dryer and cooler from west to east as we get into the afternoon. why? because we've got an approaching front and this is going to be a strong one. so we wake up dry. we do have a chance of a the morning hours. i think the west chance for this line of showers possibly some yesterday thunderstorms moving through is right around 11:00 to 2:00 and then pretty consistent with the timing. kevin was showing you that last night. so here comes the line of showers and storms. there's 1:00 sunday and then it makes its way eastward by 5:00, 6:00 p.m. not any rain left. there's left over clouds over the cape. and look at those bright skies. and behind this front. cool dry air.
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that rain chance passing through tomorrow, about 70% of the area. then as we get into monday, it is a chilly start to the day. you need your jacket, 30s u a new risk of rain on wednesday and more cool air behind that. looks like fall may be trying to set up shop. >> catherine: coming up.
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[ clock ticking ] time. you only have so much. that's why we wanna make sure you won't have to wait on hold. and you won't have to guess when we'll turn up. because after all... we should fit into your life. [ clock ticking ] >> jason: police spotted thomas kull vert, they say on chatham west drive with no license plate. thursday night. according to officers, the
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speeding going up to 70 miles an hour. when he crashed the car, culvert climbed out of the window and ran to the golf course where he was handcuffed. >> catherine: happening now, you can bike around the city of boston for free. they're offering a promotion to let anyone try out the service for free. pick up a bike at any hub way station but the rides are limited to 30 minutes a piece. school back in session, and relaxed schedules are back once in some fun. artists all over the country are in boston to celebrate the art of comedy. improv, stand up, and sketch music and everything in between. it hosts the five day festival, to share the comedy and lavatorister. and you still have time to get in on the jokes. the boston comedy arts festival runs through tomorrow. also this weekend, the cambridge carnival celebrates 24 years of
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preserve, and celebrate, the history and culture of the history and carnival traditions with the parade, carnivals and kids fest. don't miss the celebration sunday, right near kendall area and tomorrow, it is part of 3,000 individuals we lost in september 11th attacks we lost 15 years ago. volunteers will plant 3,000 flags in boston common. followed by a flag lowers ceremony across the street at massachusetts state house lawn for a full list of events remembering and who are missed so dearly in the heros who ricked their lives visit our website, for more about what's happening around town. make sure to have the fox 25 news app. in the menu, click on the around town session. or click the around town tab at fox25boston.com. >> catherine: all right. jason, the 90s out, february maybe a couple of showers, though? >> jason brewer: yeah, it was 39 yesterday. just a steamy day. today, yeah, in the lower 80s. kind of humid.
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shower, only 30%. appear and then tomorrow, a line of showers and storms. by lunchtime. that will be the best shot. behind that, small light air on the way. >> jason: look at those lows. >> jason brewer: yeah, most of the week coming up. football weather coming up. >> jason: football is here. >> catherine: watch the fox 25 news tonight at 6:00 and we'll
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