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now at 4:00, police find a local mother dead in her home. this morning the hunt is on for her ex-boyfriend. why they are calling him a person of have. hillary clinton is setting the record straight about her health. setting the record straight and addressing the reason why a she may have left the state. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning, 4 a.m. on this tuesday, september 13. i am daniel miller. >> julie: good morning, i am julie grauert. another cooler start to the morning but it won't last long. meteorologist shiri spear in the fox25 stormtracker weather center with a big warm-up. shiri? >> shiri: yes, give it four hours. that is not that long in the
a little more comfortable. for the next four hours, probably a jacket start to the morning for most of you. 47 in norwood. 56 in lawrence. 54 in fitchburg. 52 in plymouth and 63 in boston. so boston may be mild enough for those lower 60s. just leave the house without that jacket. anyone in the 40s and 50s this morning you will want to. that is what we have at 6 a.m. the metro west forecast. 56 at 8 a.m. 60 when it is warming up and becoming more comfortable. upper 70s by lunchtime and highs will make it into the lower 80s in most spots. anywhere from 78 to 84 degrees. bright turning a little bit breeze the afternoon but definitely warmer than yesterday. i will show you how much warm ter even gets for the day tomorrow coming up. julie grauert has more on the live drive time traffic. >> julie: i like what i am seeing. quiet and green on the map on the pike. expressway moving along fine from the braintree split to
the live drive times. 24 minutes on the mass pike as you head toward mass ave. single dijts on the prey. 23 minutes from 495 to the leverett connector. developing this morning, police are trying to find the ex-boyfriend of a local mother murdered in her home. officers found the body of 29-year-old wanda rosa inside her metheun apartment. hours earlier, emilio della rosa is a person of have in her death. he recently lt kidnapping rosa at gunpoint. the couple have a 4-year-old son who is living with relatives. friends tell fox25 that rosa was great person and a loving mother. >> a caring and loving person. weapon all pretty much grew in this neighborhood so tough to see someone like that go away. >> daniel: rosa's son was at home when she was killed. de la rose a dropped the child off at a relative's house after her death.
woman staying behind bars. a judge has ordered richard moore behind bars. he is charged with the stab death of diane boucher. she was found in her home. prosecutors won't say how the two knew each other but they did live together. he was convicted of sexually assaulting a child in 1998. a former drive is order to stay away from elderly people and must wear a device after he is facing charges for assaulting alzheimer's and mental patients. our crystal haynes was in court as he faced a judge. >> reporter: anything to say to your victims, sir? 57-year-old robert mcneil stood outside a plymouth district court silent holding a bible while the gps bracelet was put on to track his every movement was activated. the former adult care driver is charged with sexually assaulting the elderly and
transport van. all six with alzheimer's, dementia or another severe disability. >> the whole community to report what has happened to them. >> reporter: fox25 broke in story last week. the plymouth county district attorney says mcneil always targeted the last passenger to get out of his van. >> they noted that there was a change in the behave that corresponds with this particular offense. >> reporter: according to the police report, mcneil molested his two years. a week ago mcneil said he was attending church and then decided that he need to speak to someone about things he has done that he felt remorseed about. in an interview with mrs. mcneil, investigators say he told them that her husband had admitted to her that he had inappropriately touched several participants. >> mr. mcneil allegedly took it upon himself to contact his
help. >> reporter:reporting, crystal haynes, fox25 news. >> daniel: mcneil is facing another caves elder abuse. he is scheduled to be arraigned for that in hingham district court. hillary clinton is speaking for the first time since her health scare at a 9/11 memorial on sunday. she said she will release more medical records after her pneumonia diagnosis. yesterday her campaign admitted it should have announced her illness sooner than it did. the democrat told cnn she felt dizzy but never fainted. was going to be a big deal and kept it from most of her atv. last night she fired back at critic that faulted her for letting the public know. >> i didn't think it was going to be that big of a deal. the kind of thing if it happens to you and you are a busy active person, you keep moving forward. >> clinton says she is looking forward to getting back on the campaign trail in the next few days. republican donald trump plans to reveal his medical records
he just had a physical last week. clinton has also been invited on the show. trump will appear on the show thursday. you can watch "dr. oz" every afternoon at 2:00 right here on fox25. it's been more than a month since we first showed you video of a man violently threatening people on the red line. here is that video. now authorities are finally made an arrest in the case. 25-year-old vicente lambo was arrested at the andrew square t stop. the same stop that he entered the t back in the end of august. he faces several charges including assault. more fallout this morning from fox25 investigates report about fraud at the mbta. we have learned two more employees of keolis community service has been fired. the employees are accused of using id badges of their co-workers to clock those co-workers into work when they were not on the job. keolis operates the t's
fingerprint technology to prevent future cases like. no idea how this has been taking place. a car hit a cart on the tracks. it was left by a private contractor working to improve t service. the crew sent a picture of the cart and debris that came off the train. the incident forced riders on shuttle buses between braintree and quincy adams for several hours yesterda quincy to here and i missed the bus for 2:30, the previous one and i had to wait the previous half an hour.they didn't say anything. they said get on the bus and that was it. >> reporter: service to the t returned to normal yesterday afternoon. we reached out to a private contractor to find out how that cart was left behind. a saugus mother will spend four years in prison for raping two teen boys. 40-year-old heather salinas pled guilty to seven counts of child rape.
15-year-old brothers became friends with the women's daughters. the boy's mother had died so salinas started paying to tension them and buying them gifts. she will serve three years in prison. a mother tells us she got in a fight with her child's bus driver and is accusing the driver of biting her. the woman tells us she went to pick up her-year-old daughter yesterday afternoon. when the bus arrived, her daughter was not on it. she called the school and learned her daughter was on different bus than the one she rode in the morning. the mom said when she went to the bus stop to get they are driver, the driver wouldn't let her off. >> every time they see me and my daughter they always say she looks just like me. i don't understand what other proof they need. >> the bus driver threw a backpack at her when they were arguing and bit her. the droyvr had minor injuries. the school district is cooperating with police. two teens are charged with
the 15-year-old and 17-year-old boys stabbed the driver in the neck with a box cutter on sunday night. it happened after a disagreement over the fare. the driver was seriously hurt but is expected to recover. one of the teens is also facing criminal charges in another case. 4:9 right now. this morning braintree police say a missing alzheimer's patients may be in florida. we first showed you this picture of 74-year-old patricia devin last night. she left her home and took a she got cash from an atm and was planning to go to florida. at this point still not clear if she actually boarded a plane. police have not made contact with her. a biker is recovering after colliding with a tractor-trailer in sud purry. it happened on hudson road around 3:30 causing major delays. the 57-year-old bicyclist was transked to women's brigham's and is expected to be okay. police are investigating what caused the crash. new this morning crews
water break in boston. it on hyde park and american legion highway. the photographer on the scene said the water was shut off and crews were working on the road by midnight. officials are investigating what caused two power outages at newark liberty airport. the power was out at united airlines tower for two hours and 15 minutes yesterday. united airlines said this caused up to 90 minutes in delays, but some travelers said they had to wait more than off. six flights were reportedly cancelled. new morning a show of force by the u.s. military in the latest nuclear test in north korea. two b 1 bomber from the u.s. air force flew over south korea today joined by american and south korean fighter jets. on friday north korea conducted the test and said the warhead that exploded could be placed on long-range missiles. a u.s. commander called the
the first-place boston red sox won five of their last six games and the offense is on fire. this one was over early. sox up 7-2 in the fourth when hanley ramirez launches one over the monster and out of fenway. looking good. later big papi steps up and no doubt about this one. it is corridor home run number 536. tying whim mickey mantle on the all-time list. sox win 12-2. a look the standings. the sox lead games over toronto. three over baltimore and yankees are five games back. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. right now on 93 southbound, an easy 20-minute ride from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> this isn't the coolest you will see this morning. temperatures still drop agent 63 degrees. likely dripping into the lower 60s by 6:00. i will break down the cool spots in the 0s, in the 40s
starts. >> julie: all right, the shiri. a high school football player takes the field after he tries to deal with an overcoming loss. >> it is a lot different even at practice. >> the special show of support he is getting after the recent death of his father. controversy continues to follow a disgraced swimming
with the stars." excuse me. back off. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. >> that is the judge crashi ann anuba and the video on the right is him actually dancing. it happened while the judges were commenting on lochke's dance. two men ran on to the floor. tom bergeron tossed to commercial leaving the olympic gold medalist stunned. new video from another olympic wimmer in the crowd. eddie showing security guards restraining the two men. the two men posed as audience members, then changed their clothes and put on anti-lochke shirts. the video show several women wearing the same shirts shouting "lie i can't remember" in the crowd. they were shouting that, that lochke was a liar as police led them away. lochke in lied about being robbed at gunpoint in rio. after the show went off air,
actions. >> i was heartbroken. my heart just pumped and i felt like someone had ripped it apart. i had to brush it out and realize that i came out here in front of millions and did something that i don't know how to do. i don't know how this dance. and i gave it my all, and i am glad that i did it, and i am glad that i am here. >> julie: the judges and hosts praised the security staff for keeping them safe. neither man came in contact anyone on stage. the men will trespassing. an arson investigation in worcester where a pair of cars were set on fire. it happened on country club boulevard early sunday morning. witnesses reported seeing someone pour something on one car, start the fire and run off. the fire started to a second car before crews arrived on the scene. police are still investigating. we track traffic together every ten minutes. and taking a look at the expressway right now. things bright green on our map which show you are just flying
expressway. 128 moving along fine. north of the pike route 1 and 93 south clear. 12 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 19 minutes on 39 south from andover down to the leverett connector. 22 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and cooler morning to start off. kind of like yesterday, shiri. >> shiri: a lot like yesterday, in fact, julie, planning on some of the same temperatures. if you had a little chill yesterday, you needed that the same today. normal low that i would expect us to hit around sunrise this morning is 6:22. normal low in boston is 52 degrees. we are not that far that the normal low in boston but the burbs you will feel the chill in the air. norwood at 58 or lawrence at 56 and fitchburg at 54 degrees. all cool starts to the morning and not done cooling off yet. until the sun comes up, there is no warm-up to be had. temperatures will tick
4 degrees. and 5 3 expected by 8 a.m. lower 60s are back. at that point short sleeves will be fine and we bump it all the way into the lower 70s. a 10-degree gain by 10 a.m. noontime comes along, and count on the upper 70s and highs back into the 80s. that will be pretty common around here. the forecast still driven by high pressure like it was yesterday, that means another round of that gorgeous sunshine and a change in the southeast winds will help carry the warmer air into place and that's a yes we will go several degrees over what we had yesterday. humidity may be slightly higher but no, sir uncomfortable. will be incredibly nice out there. this afternoon, i think humidity will be a little more noticeable for the day tomorrow, but still not any kind of oppressive situation. so wednesday, we do have changes growing. you will see increasing clouds during yacht noon.
the shower and storm threat is starting for areas like southern new hampshire, westernmost massachusetts. by 2 p.m. by 5 p.m., i have those storms reaching the boston area. some of them containing locally heavy rain, gusty winds, lightning. and by 8 p.m., the focus is right over south eastern massachusetts. of course that timeline not carved in stone. it could speed up or slow down by a couple of hours but there you can see continue afternoon and evening shower threat. after that, on wednesday night and early thursday nice sunny end to the week well. soak up that comfortable sun while you can. 82 degrees in boston and beverly. 8 in plymouth. 76 in hyannis and we even have middle 80s in pots like lawrence, nashua new hampshire at 83 and worcester at 77 degrees. tonight not as chilly. not as chilly because we have that increasing humidity. the southwest winds. i am expecting lows in the difficulties overnight. could you sleep with the windows open if you want, keep
little bit muggy tomorrow, and when you wake up in the morning. tomorrow's high also make it into the mid- to upper 80s we have a risk for thunderstorms tracking that risk for strong to severe thunderstorms involving stronger gusts and only the light chance we will see hail attached to it. the seven-day forecast falls view. will have us then clearing out on thursday. high 71. 73 with sun on friday. saturday, increasing clouds and upper 70s and more scattered rain. into monday. back to you guys. a picture taking the internet by storm. a local teenager choosing to take a knee instead of saluting the flag. the reason he plans to do it again despite the backlash. a major change looking to go high-tech.
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more apps than ever. today a pair of major ticketing web sites will testify before a committee of how to fight ticket bots. the reason that the rest of us have to pay above-value for seats at broadway and other see vents. the house of representatives passed a bill to give regulators to battle the problem insidious and we think it should be prohibited. >> daniel: a bill in new york to cut down on ticket bots. several states including vermont ban the programs, but the technology is not yet a federal crime. >> julie: show a "hamilton" video just to rub it in that the ticket bots will get us to. wal-mart is looking to bring a technology to their store. the chains a officially filed a patent for the technology.
and video cameras as well. customers will be able to request a cart remotely and the carts will be able to return themselves when the shopper is finished using it. if you were keeping track, 14 weeks left until christmas and target is already looking to increase its staff for the shopping season. the discount retailer hopes to bolster hits work force by 7,000 seasonal workers. the company is holding hiring events at all of its stores next month. the high school football player is getting a special show of support from dozens of they turned out for the first game of the season in honor of a fallen friend. fox25's ted daniel was there for the emotional surprise. >> reporter: when team captain joe caseo took the field for jv tech's first game season president first time without his father rooting him on. joe's dad, joseph cahill iii died unexpectedly in march at the age of 51.
even at practice to come home and not having him question me when i walk through the door. it is a little bit different than it used to. >> reporter: joe managed to stay strong on the field and it just might have something to do with this. >> we found out and made a couple of phone calls and everybody showed up. >> reporter: his dad was a retired haverhill firefighter and served the city for 20 years. his former colleagues took to the sidelines to show joe and his family that they are not alone support. his dad could not be here so we came here in his place. >> i feel such gratitude that they would do this for my son, and really -- i just couldn't wait to see his face. >> reporter: the cahills have been overwhelmed by all the support they received. haverhill's front line in emergencies protecting a very humble 15-year-old defensive end. >> i love them. mere my brothers -- football is a brotherhood -- i hate
saying it, but firehood is a different kind of procedure. >> daniel: haverhill fire fighters will always have his back. >> julie: what awesome guys. >> daniel: great story. >> julie: great job haverhill fire and thank you for all your work and continuing to bring joy to a lot of people. still ahead this morning, a new lead for police in florida as they investigate arson at a mosque. the surveillance video released that captures the suspect in the act. plus merger talks between two major
this morning fox25 has a firsthand look at where it happened. the clues officials say may point to teenagers as the suspects. a broken-down limo leading to a -- bride's worst nightmare stranded on side of the road and the unique way she took matters into her own hand to make it to the altar. >> greet new england news coverage starts right now. >> greet new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning >> julie: good tuesday morning. i am julie grauert. >> daniel: i am daniel miller. dress in layers. you will need long sleeves to start the day but not for long. shiri her is in the weather center where people can see, shiri, 80 degrees today. >> shiri: 80 degrees back this afternoon. it will warm up nicely. one of the spots prone to fog is norwood because it is a lower elevation. the cool air sinks down here. the only fog report i am getting but one of my cooler spots on the map. norwood down to 48 degrees