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while the team played out west, a big change right here at home. the item noticeably missing from gillette and why the pats say it was taken down. the third time this summer a massive tree has fallen in a i can't make ca plain neighborhood. people are fed up and what they are asking the city to do about it. a local mosque targeted on the day of remembrance. an investigation is under way into what some are calling a hate crime. >> announcer: complete new right now, this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good monday morning, everyone. it is 4:30 on september 12. i am julie grauert. >> daniel: good morning, i am daniel miller. we are waking up much cooler this morning than we were yesterday. shiri spear in the stormtracker weather center. shiri, we are talking a 25-degree difference. >> a crazy map and compares where we are now to where we were yesterday at this time. 12 degrees cooler in boston.
and keene, new hampshire. yeah, a totally different season to through the this morning. some of my coolest locations waking up to the 40s. 46 in rindge new hampshire. waking up to the 40s. 46 in rindge new hampshire. leominster at 72 and upper 40s in reading. medway at 50. milton, 55. boston at 60 degrees. a little deceiving because the city centers always run a little bit warmer. 40s and 50s for many of you this morning. duxbury at 58. 53 difficulties continuing across the cape but your day planner today has a somewhat slow warm-up. through 7:00 this morning, i am keeping temperatures basically where we are. i think the big warm-up starts between 7 and 8 a.m. by noontime, 71 degrees. 3 p.m., 75 and 68 degree here at 7:00 this evening. the difference between the coast and the cape and our hot spots inland. the town by town look coming up. julie back to you for live drive time traffic.
route 1, 93 south moving along fine. expressway speed limit ride from the braintree split to columbia road. 23 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 8 minutes on the expressway. 19 minutes on 93 south from 49 to the leverett connector. patriots fans who stayed up late weren't disappointed with the outcome in the first game season. the pats kick off the season on the road in arizona last night with a solid start. garappolo hits chris hogan on that is what we like to e. in the fourth quarter the cardinals like to take the leave. larry fitzgerald a diving catch. right there. cards up by 1. pats come right back. a 13 machine play ride ends with steven gotkowski putting the pats ahead with a field goal. arizona will have one last chance. cardinals kick we are a 47-yard attempt to win the game, but no good. the pats survive 23-21.
england this morning. fox25's michael henrich is at gillette stadium and michael, the players will notice one thing is now missing. >> the patriots went into the desert and came out with a w, but as that game kicked off, a tribute to tom brady was taken down here at gillette stadium. let me show you this a huge banner to tv 12 went up at the start of the four-game deflategate suspension and it is now gone, but not meant obvious low as a knock to the four-time jonathan kraft spoke on the radio pregame show saying, quote, no one in the organization would be leading the pack would want anything to be taken away from the games once they started. the banner was just a way to let them know that everybody loves him and have his back. what did tom brady say about this, nada last night. the only post overnight was this angry birds inspired graphic cheering on his teammates after their victory.
expect from their quarterback. live in foxborough, michael henrich, fox25 news. a neighborhood in boston is eyeing the sky as they go about the business. for the third time in a matter of months, a giant tree has crashed down taking out vehicles. jess yes, sir is live in jamaica plain this morning where police say the city is not acting quickly enough to protect them. yeah, daniel. they are not too happy about it. if you take a look over here. all this is left of the mass is sieve tree that fell down yesterday and people who te came crashing down on a car parked nearby. it is the third time a tree has fallen here on tower drive since july, and the three trees have damaged both cars that belonged to the family of a disabled woman here. the vehicle damaged yesterday with a a handicapped van that will take her to and from physical therapy. neighbors have repeated three called the city saying the trees were rotting and ready to come down; however, the city said it could take as
inspector on-site. >> people can get hurt. three trees, and somebody could have walked underneath. >> reporter: and the two other trees cracked and fell back in july. one of them fell onto a home across the treat, and the other fell causing 6,000 dollars worth of damage. now our crews did work out to the city. we are working to get in touch with the mayor's office in this morning, but at this point, we have not heard back. live in jamaica reyes, fox25 news. 4:35. concord public works is investigating a concerning incident the department says there was an unauthorized incident at one of the town's water storage tanks friday morning. they aren't saying christmas what exactly happened but ensuring residents the storage tank was moved from the water distribution system. a similar incident was reported on august 1. new this morning, vandals target a new england mosque on the anniversary of the september 11 terror attacks. you can see the damage in
someone through a rock through the window at the islamic society of greater nashua. several worshipers were inside at the time. several are investigating and the council on islamic investigations are calling on this to be treated as a possible hate crime. 100 police officers will begin wearing body cameras on the job. a six-month pilot program that the city's police union tried to stop. 100 officers were ordered to wear the cameras after no one volunteered. violated an agreement it had with the department. but on friday, a judge rejected that claim. among those wearing the cameras were the department superintendent-in-chief and self-other command staff members. also today, convicted sex offender charged with killing a new hampshire woman will be in court. richard moore is accused of stabbing 51-year-old yo anne bouche r her home on labor day. charged with second-degree murder.
same address. a long criminal record including a conviction for sexual assault. state leader also provide an update of plans for commuter system to fall river, taunton and new bedford. a series of meeting on the rail project. tonight, a forum in taunton. there are meetings in fall river on wednesday and east on on thursday. the south coast have not had commuter rail service since 1959. a federal appeals court in boston is getting ready to election ballots. at issue whether posting photos of the ballots online should be illegal. this all started two years ago when granite state made posting those pictures punishable by a fine. it was struck down last year. forkers of the ban say there are concerns about coercion. the law limits free speech. the first circuit of appeals will hear the case tomorrow. a driver will be in court today for a deadly car crash in boxford. nathaniel armstrong was
state police say he hit and killed a 45-year-old man parked in the breakdown lane of 95 over the weekend. armstrong was not hurt. he is expected to be arraigned in haverhill today. the victim killed in a boat collision in taunton has been identified as a new hampshire man. the da's office says 35-year-old mark green of moultonboro died of a he was thrown from his boat. green's boat spun out at 65 miles per hour causing the second boat to crash into it and a third to collide into the p all three drivers were ejected. the boats were competing in a memorial regatta when the traj dee unfolded in front of hundreds of speculators. >> -- spectators. >> they were really smoking into that turn. i thought, man, i should watch this, this may be interesting. sure as heck, the first boat kind of hooked. the second boat, hooked. the third boat just ran into the front two. >> julie: for the other two worths, one has critical injuries and the other was
mass tate police and environmental police and prosecutors are investigating the cause of the crash. coming up on 4:39. a connecticut college is investigating a mass is sieve deck collapse. yesterday students at trinity college in hartford held a prayer vigil for everyone hurt. 31 people were injured when the deck collapsed at an off-campus party. >> kind of hits close to home for us because we were supposed to live right here. that could have been us. the fact that the deck came down at all i think is a little bit crazy. trinity college but managed by an outside property manager. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. heads out the door on 93. 19-minute ride from andover down to the leverett connector. shiri? >> shiri: pollen levels hovering in the median d medium category including ragweed. cooler temperatures and wind. humidity. when showers leak back into the forecast next. new images coming from
hundreds came out to give blood and share their story. >> reporter: american red cross truck parked outside fenway park as hundreds of blood donors filled the concourse. >> a sad day but a great way to commemorate the day. >> reporter: maura and her husband, robert, have been participating the 9/11 day of remembrance at fenway since it began 14 years ago. 15 years ago they weren't sure they would ever see themselves again. >> september 11 i was on the 55th floor of the north tower. i was attending a work meeting, he decided to come sightseeing for the day. >> reporter: when the plane struck, they lost each other for six hours. >> a long, day, we found each other at a red cross shelter. >> reporter: the red cross gave them. the couple have been giving back ever since. the 14th annual blood drive throughout american red cross. the boston red sox r&d the boston medical center.
day of remembrance, also a day of service. >> two seconds someone needs blood in the u.s. need today are trauma patients, to help cancer patients. >> reporter: an act of kindness to help save a life in honor of those lives taken too soon. a group of responders in georgia honor the victims of 9/11 in very unique way. they climbed up the mountain and made the mile-long trek yesterday at stone mountain near atlanta. the group of 16 fire fighters and two police officers did the climb minutes. that hike was the equivalent of 160 flights of stairs. the first place boston red sox return home tonight for a big series with baltimore. the sox hold a two-game lead over the orioles and blue jays in the american league east. david ortiz making his final appearance in canada. and big papi put on a show. sox down 8-7 and ortiz with a
craig kimball, a little scare here but the long flyout ends the game. sox win it 11-8. this morning registration opens for the 2017 boston marathon. this year's process is the same as previous years. qualifying -- age and gender group. the process runs through 10 a.m. the race is set for monday, april 17. for months now, one has been sitting on it jackpot and today we are expect fog find out who it was. the sole winning ticket of the $487 million powerball was sold at a raymond, virginia. now the winner is finally cashing in. the person's lawyers will come forward today and announce the charity plans for the money. right now it is still not clear if the lucky ticketholder plans to make any appearance. lump sum payoff option worth $30 million.
lanes like these in stores around the country. the sensory friendly lane for kids on the autism spectrum. the mom created this with her 5-year-old daughter in mind. items can be overwhelming. already convinced one grocery store in her area to take the plunge and hoping to get them into target stores next. taking a look at traffic and weather together he ten minutes. things nice and quiet south of the pike right now. prey moving alo 93 south are clear. no issues on 128 north and southbound. here is your live drive times. 12 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 19 minutes on 93 south 23r 495 to andover down to the zakim. 22 minutes from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear now. and if you head out the door, you probably want to grab jacket and seeing temperatures much cold every than yesterday morning. >> shiri: because the dew dew points have dropped.
the dew points on a morning like this. dew points in the 40s and temperature readings in the 40s. it also means that the air is dry and so comfortable out there. i don't have humidity sneaking back in until wednesday and even then, it turns sticky but i don't have any kind of oppressive humidity forecast for this week. we have got high pressure today. we are on the cooler side of this, but as this w a+ vers and pushes offshore. but the next two days ruled by sunshine. 7 a.m. temperatures appear. lots of 50s. upper 40s. it is chris tral clear, but you probably want that coat. -- crystal clear but you probably want that coat. 9 a.m. is when most jackets come off, because this is the hour we are back into the 60s. by noontime today, lower 70s, and during the afternoon you start to see some discrepancies between temperature readings at the coastline and inland because we have this light breeze. you can see those arrows
in the lower 70s, but inland towns and cities able to get into the mid, even the upper 70s. to it is going to be warmer inland today. that means cool spot is the cape, 71 chatham and nantucket. 72 in barnstable. 72 in bourne. the vineyard 72 as we head to the south shore and the south coast. new bedford at 77. but plymouth and marshfield lower 70s for you folks. 78 in brockton over to taunton. boston itself around 73 degrees. 77 in 78 in dedham and natick. 77 in hudson and foxborough. go to the north shore because 74 in ipswich and beverly. 75 in topsfield. 77 haverhill over to andover. in worcester today, worcester is a usually a little bit cooler because the higher elevation. 75 in boylston and in douglas and southern new hampshire from the coastline and middle-70s to raymond and salem.
sun. tonight it stays nice and clear. we got similar temperature readings. hit rock bottom in the 40s ands again tomorrow morning and at least in the afternoon a little warmer as we get back in the lower 80s. here the futurecast because i mentioned we have high pressure again for tomorrow. it starts to really slip away as we get into wednesday. wednesday we will find increasing clouds. i am expecting this front to come through during the second half of the day you have a dry morning, but during the afternoon and in particular during the evening and overnight, we do have a risk of showers coming through. they look somewhat patchy to me here. i would not count on the solid soaker that we really need to help with the drought conditions. on the flipside, it will be scattered rain here on wednesday night. wednesday we get all the way up to 8 degrees. thursday you wake up to 60. we head to 72. we clear out again. sunshine rules on friday. another chilly start but highs
the weekend, upper 70s, but i have saturday, sunshine. and i have got the risk for rain on sunday. back to you, guys. >> julie: all right, shiri. millions of dollars in property sitting around forgotten. which major franchises are making the state's list of unclaimed property. coming up next, able to laugh after a terrifying
this weekend, the box office was ball horror movies and heroes. "sully" soared to the top spot bringing in $35.million. one of the top five best september openings of all time. the movie is a true story of the 2009 miracle on the hudson when captain sullenberger managed to land a plane along river saving all 15 people on board. actor tom hanks portrayed title role and he aid no in doubt, he was playing a hero. >> in 30 seconds he saved everybody's life. you have to be willing to be a hero to take on that job. it is not even october yet, but horror films are hitting theatres. surrogate pregnancy thriller "when the bough breaks." "don't breathe" rounding out the top three. a new miss america has been crowned. >> the new miss america is miss arkansas!
arkansas won the pageant in atlantic city, new jersey. after her run as miss america she will return to the university of arkansas to study art. the spotlight on miss missouri who was the first openly gay contestant. trendier actress alexis arquette passed away. she was the sister of actors david, row anna and patricia arquette and best known for her roles in "the wedding singer" and her change from robert to alexis was the focus of a film. no word on her cause of death. she was 47 years old. another big scandal for television net work "t+ lc." the star of "the willis family" accused of child rape. toby willis is accused of having a underaged encounter with a girl. she fled to nashville. willis stars alongside his
about his family's band. the third tlc show linked to a candle. man in chicago is fed up with the rising crime in his city and his neighborhood. and he is taking an unusual approach by hiring a private security company to patrol the streets. the company is owned by a chicago police officer who now walks the streets in his off time armed with a gun and handcuffs. the man that foots the bill is happy with the results but worried about the impact on other neighborhoods. >> i have solved the problem for my neighborhood, but what i have done is, i have just pushed the problem to another street connor con coroner chicago and that is -- for another street coroner chicago and that is not the result that we should be looking for. >> daniel: hopes the city will tackle the crime. hiring a security team is not cheap. the man paid $,000 for the extra protection. a cost he say he is willing to cover. a 15-year-old in s in
lobster statue. we told but this last week. the statue was taken from plymouth on display with 28 similar works of art. tips helped bust the suspect but they have not recovered the statue. that teen faces multiple charges. police are still investigated. a pennsylvania woman is banged but but still laughing after an unusualier walking through a park. she was hit in the case by a catfish from fell from the sky. the 5-pound fish was dropped by a bird over a philadelphia museum of art last week. the woman who was hit could not believe what he was seeing. >> more likely to get struck by lightning than getting hit by a fish falling from the sky. >> julie: i never heard from somebody getting hit by a fish from kai. the woman is a little bruised and needed a tetanus shot but able to laugh about the whole thing. >> daniel: start having flying fish julie enough fish issues rather than falling
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is putting everyone else to shame. the picture she is calling in all day's v.o.: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump. trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. v.o.: ayotte agrees, voting six times to do just that, defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. that roe should be overturned... trump: there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. v.o.: ayotte and trump, wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes is responsible for the
now at 5:00, they may have been shorthanded but did not stop the patriots. how jimmy garappolo that edge past their opponent and the key miss for the patriots. and people inside spraying. the items apparently used to shatter this window. and health concerns for hillary clinton. the campaign trip she is now cancelling after a medical incident caught on camera. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, 5:00 on this monday morning,
>> sarah: -- >> sara: i am sara underwood. you might want a light jacket. meteorologist shiri spear is starting off -- i can't believe it but in the 40s right now, shiri. >> shiri: we definitely have chilly spots right now. mostly chilly inland towns and cities boston at 60 degrees. i would expect some 50s for you next hour. 52 in beverly. 54 in plymouth. check out those in norwood and bedford and nashua, new hampshire. so certainly those locations, off in the 50s wants a light jacket, but i think by 9 a.m., you see how we are back in the 60s. thing is when the short sleeves will be just fine for everybody. this is your hour-by-hour forecast in metro west. 62 by 9 a.m. at 11 o'clock, we are knocking on the door of 70 degrees. we make it into the sifts this afternoon with highs 27 to 78 degrees. and nice low humidity. julie grauert back now with live drive-time traffic starting off north of the