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lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. a little cool out there this morning. check in with meteorologist shiri spear. you stay might feel like what you had yesterday but the warm-up is going to be much greater. >> shiri: i have goose bumps even right now. it is chilly this morning. grab that jacket and sweater and give it to your kids as well before they head out. boston at 62 degrees. it is 10 degrees cooler in plymouth at 52. beverly at 56. lawrence at 54. in worcester. 56, hyannis and, of course, norwood at 47 degrees. always a little bit cooler there though. the cool air that sinks into norwood airport. your hour-by-hour forecast for metro west starts us out in the 50s. don't expect much of a warm-up by 7 a.m. perhaps between 6 and 7, we go up 1 or two degrees. i would like to say 55 degrees at 10 a.m. 66. we will make it into the upper 70s, lower 80s this afternoon with a range of highs anywhere from 78 to 84. between, sara, back to you.
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a water main break making a mess on a dipcally busy road in woburn this morning. jessica reyes is live on route 38 where crews are trying to get a handle on things. yes, sir, what is the latest? >> reporter: well, gene, this all happened just about 45 minutes ago and taking a look behind me on rule 38 right under 128. you can see the road is flooded out in some spots. if we zoom in a little bit here, you can see the water is bubbling up from beneath the road here, and further down the road you might be able to see the road is buckling in a woburn police are out here right now and dpw crews are getting on scene as you see coming to check out the road here and see what type of damage they are dealing with here, but we do know one lane of traffic is getting through here this morning, but this is certainly going to cause a back-up for the morning commute over the next couple of hours. again, you can see the road is here a little bit. water bubbling up in some spots. there is one lane of traffic
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under 128 that can certainly expect that to back up for a little bit for the morning commute. another live report in 45 minutes. live in woburn, jessica reyes, fox25 news. a look at the total traffic situation right now at 5:02. julie grauert with live drive-time traffic this morning. >> julie: a very busy spot once we get into the the thick of the morning rush hour. good thing we have jess's eyes to keep us posted between the two of us. we will keep you up to date when it reopens. the location with route 38 and off of 128 in the off of 128 in the w offeringsburn area. as we shift south, expressway looks fine. it is still early so not a lot going on on the roads quite yet. all green drive times. 22 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 9 minutes on the expressway. 19 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. back to you. a young mother found dead in her home, and now the search is on for her ex-boyfriend. >> police say he has violent history with the victim including a kidnapping that
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live in metheun this morning with more on the search for that man. good morning, stephanie. >> reporter: yeah, gene, we have been pouring through court documents detailing that history of violence involved in wanda rosa the victim in this murder. says her ex-boyfriend in 2011 had a restraining order placed against him stating that at one point, he had grabbed his ex-girlfriend by the neck and stated that soon his son might be without aot rosa dead inside her apartment on tudor street early yesterday morning in metheun. according to police, her 4-year-old son was also there when she was killed and rosa's ex-boyfriend, emilio dellarosa took his son to a relative's home before fleeing. delarosa has a history of violence and was released from prison for kidnapping ro sa
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-- [inaudible] -- when she was able to escape. and friends of rosa telling us that they are absolutely heartbroken by what happened. >> she was a caring and loving person. we all pretty much grew up in this neighborhood, so it is tough to see someone like that go away. >> now police say that their son is safe and is now staying with relatives, but, again, at this point, it is unclear whether he had maybe witnessed anything involving this murder. perhaps they plan on but, again, they are asking anyone for help. they are calling de la rosa a person of have. they want to ato the public that the public is not in any danger. if you may have seen something, may have heard something, may know something, call police. in metheun, a stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. braintree police say a missing alzheimer's patient may be in florida. we first showed you this picture of patricia divine last night. she left her home around noon and took a cab to logan airport.
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was planning to go to florida. at this point, it is still not clear if she boarded the plane. police have not made contact with her yet. police are asking for help finding a missing teenager in new market, new hampshire. they say 14-year-old eli longa was last seen at his home yesterday afternoon. he was wearing a blue and yellow polo shirt and black and red hoodie. police are asking residents not to go into the woods to look for him, but anyone with information is asked to call the new market police department. a passengers from an adult day care center is wearing a gps tracking device. this is video of robert mcneil outside of plymouth district court yesterday. fox25 first told but mcneal last week. we have received complaints of relatives of self-alleged victims over the last two months. prosecutors say he has confessed of molesting six elderly passengers with dementia and other disabilities. the abuse allegedly took place
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mack deal will face charges in hingham district court next month. hillary clinton is speaking for the first time since her health care at a -- 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 said she felt dizzy sunday but never fainted. clinton said she did not think that pneumonia was going to be a big deal, and kept it from most of her staff. last night she fired back at not letting the public know. >> i didn't think it was going to be that big a deal. just 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 candidate donald trump plans to reveal his medical records on the "dr. oz show" later this week. trump said he just had a physical last week. clinton has also been invited on the show.
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trump will appear on the show thursday. you can watch "dr. oz" every weekday at 2:00 here on fox25. violence in the stands at a donald trump rally in north carolina. video shows a trump supporter briefly punch and grab the neck of a demonstrator that interrupted the speech. the man appears to slap at a woman who was escorted out of the rally. trump kept talking during the disturbance. at the time the republican was criticizing hillary clinton for recently saying half of his supporters belong more fallout this morning from a fox25 investigative report about fraud at the mbta. we learned that two more employees of keolis commuter services have been fired. the employees are accused of using id badges of their co-workers and clocking them in when they were not on the job. operates the commuter rail train. the company plans to switch to fingerprint technology by the end of the year to prevent future cases like this. there is no idea how long the
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taking place. the mbta is investigating after a train hit a metal cart left behind on the tracks. fox25 investigates that the cart was left by a private contractor working to improve t service. a source sent these pictures of cart and debris that came off the train during the crash. the incident forced riders on to shuttle buses between braintree and quincy adams for several hours yesterday. >> i took a shuttle from quinlsy to here, and i missed the bus at 2:30. the previous one an hour. >> they didn't say anything. they said see you on the bus and that was it. >> sara: service on the t went back to normal. we reached out to the contractor find out how that cart was left behind. 5:08. a story that you will see only on fox25. a woman got in a fight with her child's bus driver and accuses her of biter her. when the bus arrived, her
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learned her daughter was on a different bus and she rode a different bus than the one she rode in the morning. she went to the bus stop to get her daughter, but the driver wouldn't let her off. >> every time someone sees me and my daughter together, they say she looks just like me. i don't understand what other proof that you need. >> the driver -- the mom rather said the bus driver threw a backpack at her while they were arguing and then bit her. boston public schools said that the driver has minor injuries. the school district s are cooperating with boston police. first-place red sox have won five of their last six games and the offense was on fire. sox hosting orioles and this one over early. up 7-2. hanley ramirez launches them over out way out of here and the sox are just getting started. later stepping up. oh, he got out of that one! career number 5 36 that ties him with mickey mantle on the
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sox cruise to the 12-2 win. the standings, sox lead the american league east two games over toronto, two over baltimore and yankees are five games back. interesting the yankees will come in for four games later this week. we check traffic and weather together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone. right now on the expressway, we are in single digits. an easy 9-minute ride from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. and 62 degrees and we are losing heat here. 6 a.m. goes down another degree. 61. and show you all the 50s and even the 40s on the map when we come back. the national anthem protest now hitting close to home. local high school student take agony during the pregame ceremony. coming this hour, how he says he plans to continue protest again this week. plus, he wasn't there, but a creepy tom brady lookalike got big attention at the patriots game. the mass that can made a pretty strong impression on
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he showed off his foxtrot and was dodging protesters. olympic swimmer ryan lochke is hurt from the shouts of protesters during his "dancing with the stars" debut. the whole thing unfolded during live tv. fox25's daniel miller joins us now with what viewers saw and the new surfaced overnight from people in the crowd. >> daniel: this all started when lochke finished up his dance and as the judges were giving their scores. >> excuse me. hey, back off. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. back off. excuse me. >> daniel: the moment two men ran on to the floor as host tom bergeron tossed to commercial leaving the gold medalist stun. new video is surfacing from another olympic swimmer in the
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to his instagram account showing security guards restraining the two men. the two men posed as audience members and changed their clothes and put on anti-lochke shirts. video also showed several women who were also wearing the same shirts shouting "liar" in the crowd. they were shouting that lochke was a liar as police led them away. lochke lied a few weeks ago about being robbed by gunpoint during the olympics in rio. after the show went off the air, lochke said he was hurt by >> at this moment i was very heartbroken. my heart just sunk, and it felt like someone just ripped it apart, but, you know, i just -- then i had to brush it off. i had to 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 to dance. and i gave it my all. and, you know, i am glad that i did it and i am glad that i am here. >> daniel: after the men were removed from the crowd, they
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praised the security staff for keeping them safe. neither man came in contact with anyone on stage. police say the men will be charged with trespassing. in the newsroom this morning, i am daniel miller, fox25 news. another bizarre incident, a fan makes a surprising move at a concert by rapper kayne west in atlanta. the fan tried to jump on the floating stage used by the star. you can see him hanging from the bottom and falling. the stage is suspended above the crowd. the man was n into the stands when k anye told him. >> kind of like kanne talking to taylor swift stealing her thunder. dated reference. only one lane open on route 38. it is at -- it is the underpass at 128 in woburn. we have a water main break there and jessica reyes is on scene. that will slow us you down. overall volume light and not
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drive time at the moment. we will tell you as soon as it starts to. the expressway and 128 south of the pike looks good. live drive times. 12 minutes on route 1. 19 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 21 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us from the 50s to the 80s. you are saying us that it will be a great day ahead. >> reporter: it will be a great day and a kind of normal day at least the way we are starting. it is normal to wake up chilly in september here. average wake-up temperatures re average low that we hit usually around sunrise. 59 in boston. sunrise at 6:22. still over an hour away. normal high 74. so although we are kind of starting pretty normal this morning at least in boston, afternoon high temperatures are going to be above average. now we got 47 in norwood right now. that is definitely one of my cooler spots. 54 in lawrence. 52 in fitchburg. i have to say anybody that has 5s or 40s on the map, probably wise to give yourself an extra
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little chill in the air. here is the good news, we warm up even faster than yet. 7 a.m., 56 degrees. still kind of cool out there. between 8 and 9, we are into the 60s. it it is going to be warm. it is going to be comfortable. sun and 57 degrees. by 11 a.m., 75 degrees. i have got fitchburg at 81 here at 3 p.m. with kids coming home from school. a lot of lower 80s dominating the afternoon forecast as it high pressure which is giving us another round of sunshine. we have this breeze. you will probably notice the breeze if you were going to be outside today just because it is running 10 to 15 miles per hour. not enough to do any damage or anything like that. just something that will be noticeable. eventually is it starts pulling in the humidity overnight tonight into tomorrow. still not going to be completely uncomfortable with the humidity. just noticeably higher. first half of tomorrow, we start off partly sunny, an starting at about 2 p.m., we bring in that risk for storms. i would even say close to the boston area by 5:00 in the
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across eastern massachusetts between about 4 and 8 p.m. you can see that front comes through along -- we get those bands of storms. and with it, we are probably going to see gusty winds. there is the risk that some of these storms will turn strong to even severe tomorrow afternoon so you will have to stay alert to any kind of severe thunderstorm warnings that irish ud for your town or city. and of course we will be alerting you to those as well. this afternoon i have got lower 80s in boston and beverly, as well as plymouth. about 76, 84 in lawrence. 83 in nashua, a new hampshire. 77 in worcester. some of our highest elevations will be a touch cooler. low temperatures tonight into the 60s. not going to be as chilly when you wake up tomorrow morning, and from there head into the mid- to upper 80s. it is going to be warm and stickier day. of course we are watching the afternoon for not just thunderstorms but strong winds attached to those thunderstorms, even the slight risk that we will get a little bit of hail along with it. i got this in the tropics
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a threat in any way to us or any land mass. hanging out in the open atlantic. it is chugging northward here through the rest of the week. the seven-day forecast with the weekend always in view after we get those stronger storms on wednesday afternoon and early evening, we clear out and the sunshine thursday, friday. and highs in the lower 70s. a little bit warmer over the weekend. 77, saturday with increasing clouds and tracking scattered rain throughhehe day on getting big support from a band of brothers off the field. coming up this half hour, why this group of fire fighters say they have felt like they had to go to the sophomore's football game. and they like it so they put a ring on it. the epic proposal that have all the single ladies
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egg trust. they are new hampshire residents and donated $100,000 to six different charities. >> they are committed to use these funds for philanthropic causes and make a positive impact on the lives of their family. >> gene: the players decided to take the cash option. after taxing they received a check of $256 million. as for the name robin egg, they say it represents joy and a new beginning that many zeroes on the check. tom brady was not on the field in arizona we know, but the internet will have you think otherwise. check that out. that is not tom brady. someone wearing an extremely realistic tom brady mask. he showed up to tailgate and watch the game and kind of creep people out. his face looked a little smooth, a little stretched. immediately earn the hashtag fakebrady. >> sara: a the face looks so
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body, it doesn't go that well. >> julie: it doesn't fly. >> sara: a brady's body or the fake brady body. >> julie: we will go with brady's body. >> sara: beyonce said if you like it put a ring on it and the boyfriend of a backup dancer took that to heart. queen bay handed over the microphone to john silver to propose to dance captain ashley everett. naturally the proposal took pl song single ladies. here you can tell that she said yes with a big smoocheroo and made sure she and the performers performed the rest of the show. he is one lucky guy and she is one lucky girl and thought so much of it. >> julie: hard to upstage beyonce and he may managed to do that and maybe she will perform at their ceremony. >> sara: wouldn't that be amazing. >> julie: how can we get an invite to that.
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beyonce will be my wedding singer. i am not that well connected. >> shiri: yesterday we hit a high of 72 in boston. lower 80s in boston, lawrence, and plymouth and nashua, new hampshire. i will time out your warm-up next. it's got four bedrooms and a multimillion dollar view. the big price tag to go along with this new boston high rise. a massachusetts high school football player takes a knee during the national anthem. football player takes a knee during the national anthem. why the school district now golden outside or fluffy inside. deep pockets or delicious ridges. tasty egg or savory bacon. experience dunkin's new belgian waffle breakfast sandwich. it's not this or that. it's all of it.
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will heat up nicely. >> sara: nice later on today. meteorologist shiri spear expecting a pretty good turn around for the afternoon. >>reporter: the warm-up kicks off between 7 and 8:00 this morning, so we are at risk for going down another couple of degrees. if that happens in the next hour, we are going to see more fog reports. i really don't have any bad fog right now. a little fog near the norwood airport. 52 in boston. upper 50s in peabody and arlington. 46 in norwood. clearly this is one the where we do need a jacket this morning. 52 in brockton. 55 in worcester. 46 in joffery, new hampshire. 53 for you in lowell. 50 in bridgewater. 58 in brewster. i have to say if you are in the 50s. if you are in 40s this morning you will want the added layer by 8 or 9:00. 7 a.m. average it out around 50 degrees. noontime, 78 degrees. lower 80s, here we come at 3 p.m. it will get a little bit breezy.
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per hour. this evening back in the mid-70s. sxwrul yule back now with live drive time traffic and the latest on that water main break. shiri, one lane blocked on route 38 near 128 in woburn. as the volume picks up later in the morning it will slow things down in that area. things are moving along fine. average speeds 67 miles per hour on the pike eastbound from 495 as you make your way to 128. the weston tolls. expressway still seeing very light vo here are those live drive times. 23 minutes on the pike eastbound. 10 minutes on the expressway. 22 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. our top stories at 5:30. police are now 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 of her metheun apartment. hours later prosecutors say
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a person of have in her death. he left prison after kidnapping rosa at gunpoint. the couple have a 4-year-old son staying with relatives. presidential candidate hillary clinton said she ignored her doctor's advice and chose to go to sunday's 9/11 memorial. clinton became sick and nearly collapsed at the ceremony. the democrat said she was diagnosed with pneumonia on friday, but kept it quiet and did not tell most of her own staff. clinton says she is feeling much better now. protest over the national anthem that started local high school. this picture of a player in worcester had gone viral. a move that has gotten backlash on campus. fox25's michael henrich live in worcester this morning. michael, this is not going to be a one-time thing. >> reporter: they expect to do the same protest or some sort of protest in this coming week's game. but they know that the junior high school teen will not face any disciplinary action for
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national anthem during last week's game. michael apong is in this picture with his jersey number 2 kneeling while his teammates stand during the star-spangled banner at doherty's high game. he sent out a tweet that lit a firestorm on social media saying my coaches and principals have besideed to suspend me for one day. the superintendent tells fox25 that was just a misunderstanding admitting that the coach told the suspension might be coming but not actually suspending him. the superintendent clearly states that he will not be suspended. apong spoke with fox25 why he took a knee in the first place. >> i did it because i felt like black people all around are facing a lot of injustice and inequality, and this is actually something somebody of my age could actually do, so i decided to kneel during the national anthem. >> reporter: apong says he does plan on kneeling once again at this coming week's
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game and the twist is his teammates, at least some of them, plan on joining him this time around. live in worcester, michael henrich, fox25 news. san francisco 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick continued his national anthem protest last night. the quarterback and teammater rick reid both kneeled during the national anthem during their game with the rams. several other place on both sidelines raised their fists during the anthem. colin kaepernick started the recent protest by sitting during the star spangled banner for several preseason games he is bringing attention to racial inequality and treatment of some minorities by some police officers in america. governor charlie baker will an a. >> announcer: a change in how the state criminal justice system treats inmates with mental illnesses. bridgewater state hospital will hold inmates charged with minor crimes while those convicted of state crimes will be moved to a different prison. in addition, limited contact between officers and inmates. at least three inmates have
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a controversial pilot program for boston police now under way. 100 boston police officers are now wearing body cameras. among them superintendent-in-chief william grose seen checking out the new addition to his uniform in this picture. the six-month-long program launched yesterday after the union fought to get it shut down. the union was upset the officers were assigned after no one volunteered. on friday a judge ruled that the program could move forward as planned. 5:35. a special surprise for a high scho his dad. >> one, two, three! >> gene: about 30 off-duty haverhill fire fighters came out to cheer number 92 yesterday. cahill lost his father unexpectedly. the passing left a big hole in the cahill family and the fire department where he worked for 20 years before retiring. >> it is a lot different even at practice, just coming home and not having him and hearing
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the door. it is a little bit different than it used to be. >> gene: the other jv captained walked over to the sideline and personally thanked all of the fire fighters that came on to cheer him on. great gesture there. >> sara: just incredible. really is. another local school says goodbye to homework. coming up at 6:00, why administrators say they are focused on letting kids be kids after the school day ends. >> taking construction the extreme measures police took to stop this driver in his tracks. bringing self--driving his tracks. bringing self--driving technology to 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,
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o.: ayotte and trump, wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes is responsible for the content of this advertising. good morning, everyone. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. the main issue we are tracking on the roads right now is a water main break on route 38 in woburn. we have one lane closed near 128. overall volume is light so drive time on 128 is reasonable 1 reasonable 1 minutes; however, that will go up if they do not open up all those lanes by the time we get into the thick of the morning commute. meteorologist shiri spear has our bus stop forecast. shir. >> shiri: boston starting at 62, julie. this is the hot spot. most of the suburbs kicking off the day in the 50s. even a few 40s on the map. 7 a.m. anywhere from 50 to 60 degrees. mostly sunny skies. and looking fantastic again today. but look how warm it is when you come home. layers really important today.
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short sleeves for 78 to 84 at 3 p.m. as the kids are combing home from school. we are getting a new look at one of boston's most expensive pieces of real estate. this is a four bedroom condo for sale at the new millennium tower in downtown crossing. the asking price, $10 million. the condo is on the 37th floor of the 60-story high-rise. it has four valet parking spots, a private terrace and a pool. >> gene: when ishe we will check that out maybe? self-driving cars all the rage. wal-mart is looking to bring a similar technology to their stores. the chain has filed a patent for the technology. carts will set up with depatchable motors. customers will be able to request a cart remotely and the carts when you are finished, they will be able to return by themselves when the shopper is finished using it. >> sara: looks like an accident waiting to happen. >> gene: everything is
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comfortable with that. a water main break leaving a mess on a local road. and a local teen goes viral after his protest on the football field. we are checking in live with all of our reporters after the break. a stunning sight as a handcuffed suspect jumps out of a van and takes off in the middle of traffic. not the first time he tries to run from police. and for better or worse, she is getting down the aisle. the kindness of a stranger
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now 5:43 if you are just joining us. we are getting you up to the minute on all of our top stories. >> sara: a water main break is slowing down traffic on a busy local road. plus it is cool for now, but shiri says the 80s are making
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>> gene: updating doling news this morning. police are searching for a person of have in the murder of a young mother. fox25's stephanie coueignoux has more live in metheun. good morning, stephanie. >> reporter: and gene, police are now asking for the public's help if they see that man to immediately give them a call. they do say that emilio delarosa has a history of violence. 24 hours since metheun police found wanda rosa dead inside her apartment on tudor street and they are now looking for emilio delarosa they are calling a person of have in her murder. he has a history of violence including incidents involving rosa, and in fact he was released from prison recently for kidnapping and beating her. the former couple have a 4-year-old son who is safe and now staying with relatives. and this past summer, rosa had her protective order against delarosa changed so they could
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together as a family but told the judge to keep in that order the no abuse clause. we have been looking through court documents that detail delarosa's violent history. stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. i am jessica reyes live in woburn this morning where a water main break is snarling some of the morning commute here. i want to give you a look at the roads. route 38 in work oburn, the last time we saw you guys this road was pretty much flooded out,ut at the grass here, you can see that some parts of the road are buckled up in some spots. we did just hear from the police chief a little bit ago, and he said most of this road is closed right now, but right where we are right here on route 38 right under 128, you can see one lane of traffic is getting through here this morning. they are working to repair this. police are on scene, as well as dpw, but we do understand that water service is not going to affected for most of the day here. we will have another report on
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coming up in just a couple of minutes. for now live in w woburn, jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. i am michael henrich reporting live in worcester where local high school football player will not be suspended after all as he originally thought after he protested during the national anthem. i want to show you the picture of michael apon g. a junior. he has a number 2 on his jersey. he took a knee while his teammates stood during the this weekend's game. he sent a tweet, my coaches and principal decided to suspend me for one game. the superintendent told fox25 that was a misundernd stag admitting that a coach told him that a suspension might be coming but did not actually suspend him. ahead at 6:30, here apong describe why racial injustice motivated his decision to take a knee, and here him describe what he has planned for this coming week's game.
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morning. we have got 62 degrees right now, but it was a little bit chillier not too long ago this morning. >> sara: i know. and shiri, you say it is going to go up into the 80s today? and that it could be a beach day? >> shiri: in the neck hour we go go down one to are two degrees but then warming up into the 80s. clear mornings are always the coldest. like sleeping without a blanket on. temperatures as you wake up there this morning, might say lower s suburbs this morning. 7 a.m. temperatures. lower 50s in norwood and nashua to the middle 50s in worcester. even though boston is still in the lower 60s. by 9:00 this morning though, really between 8 and 9, going to be plenty warm with temperatures back into the 60s. you can just wear the short sleeves, and we have got a really great warm-up this afternoon with upper 70s back by noontime today. i also have the cloud forecast in the background. just not that much cloud cover to go over today.
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it will be a little bit breezy with the southwest winds here. temperature-wise at 5 p.m., still plenty of 80s on the map. it is going to be a warm and bright drive home from work later on today. and the best part, humidity stays nice and low. 82 your any beverly. 84 in lawrence and lowell. 83 in nashua. to the lower 80s in framingham, foxborough over to westborough and worcester today about 77 degrees. lower 80s brockton, bridgewater as well as marshfield and plymouth. outer cape with all son. tonight not as cool. we have lows that will bottom out in the 60s and stays dry and mostly clear, but clouds will increase by the middle of the day tomorrow, leading to a period of thunderstorms here. scattered in the afternoon and the evening. notice temperature-wise, mid- to upper 80s. it will get a little sticky tomorrow. certainly going to be a hotter day tomorrow. futurecast to time out the showers for you does show that we start off with plenty of breaks in the clouds.
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clouds up ahead of these storms. the best chance for storms here between 2 and 5 for southern new hampshire and central mass, and in between 4 and 8 for the boston area. much of eastern massachusetts. then focusing over southeastern mass during the evening hours until about 11 p.m. the problem is, you can see we have more than just green on the map. we have some pockets of yellows and oranges, so we are looking at stronger storms could contain downpou deeper green shading with that elevated risk of severe weather across much of massachusetts and new hampshire. we will be watching for strong, damaging gusts attached to some of those storms. of course we will alert to you any severe thunderstorm warnings that irish eweed here for the second half of the day -- that are issued to. we say hello to the -- goodbye to the clouds, hello to the sunshine. crisp and clear. saturday increasing clouds and 77.
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into monday. sxwrul jewel back now with live -- julie grauert julie grauert now with drive time traffic. a couple of headaches. >> this water main break on route 38 in woburn right off the 128 rotary. as the volume increases it will slow things down. right now one lane is blocked something to keep in mind as you head in that direction. as we shift south, the expressway. to build on the bridge and the leverett connector. here are your live drive times, 24 minutes from -- 495 to mass avenue. times, 24 minutes from -- 495 to mass avenue. 15 minutes on the expressway new surveillance video is being released of a mosque fire in florida. light from the flames and then the suspect running away from the scene. police say the damaged moss south carolina where omar mateen prayed before killing
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49 people at the pulse nightclub in orlando in june. the man in the footage was caught on camera carrying a bottle of liquid toward the mosque before the building erupted in flames. a 6-year-old boy is recovering from burns after smartphone he was using caught fire. the boy was watching videos on his grand mother's gal lex note 7 when he saw the flames. the child was taken to the hospital with second-degree burns. this is the rates nest at least 35 incidents of galaxy note 7's exploding. samsung says they are working in indianapolis is accused of helping women becoming pregnant by using his own sperm. 77-year-old donald klein said he was using sperm donated by medical students, but court records say he would allegedly use his own when he didn't have a donor and lie about it. the criminal case was opened two years ago when clients' children sent complaints. >> i want to know every
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>> sara: prosecutors say klein denies the claim that he used his own sperm in the fertility clinic, but dna evidence show he may have used it more than 5 times. republican leaders in north carolina are blasting the ncaa for pulling several championships out of the state because of a controversial law. the ncaa announced yesterday it is moving seven tournaments, the first and second-round men's basketball tournament game scheduled for s in response to the law that limits the anti-discrimination for the lbgt community. in response the republican party called it observer is and criticized for the handling of a recent sexual assault scandal at baylor university in texas. police in milwaukee are searching for a suspect who has a knack for getting away. in his latest stunt, the 17-year-old jumped out of a police van, handcuffed and ran
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van. the teen was originally arrested for stealing a car, and in 2015, he led police on a chase. only four officers to find out he was running from them because he cut off his gps bracelet. a dangerous joyride caught on camera. police in maine say two teens stole a front-end loader and caused destruction for miles. a witness told police that the machine was out of control on the road. two miles away the manager of an sign's -- store's sign knocked down and he checked the surveillance driver and he saw the front-end loader take out the sign. >> i saw some lights come across. i wonder what that is. once they came into the screen, i was like, oh, my gosh. bucket loader. >> gene: police tried to stop the teen, but the driver refused swerving into oncoming lanes and even hitting a police cruiser. police started to shoot out
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finally stopped and the teens were arrested. a manatee and its calf are freed from a florida marsh after being stuck for several days. they rescued the animals that were likely trapped during hurricane hermine. a dozen volunteers to support the weight of the manatee. they were found to be healthy and then were released back into the river. a new hampshire bride will have an extra picture to add to her wedding album. this photo showing her hitchhiking on the side of the road. fox25's daniel miller joins and bridesmades were led on the side -- bridesmaids were left on the side of the road. >> daniel: she will definitely have a story to tell after she was forced to stick out her thumb on her wedding day to get to the wedding hall in time. the bride and her five bridesmaids and friends were all in a limo on their way to the hall when the limo got a
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was real and the group started cracking up on the side of the road and having champagne. eventually ing an we go leak said they put their -- angelique put her thumb up to get a ride to the wedding hall. he had four kids in the car so he had to take them back and came back to russellville road to get ark ngelique and her bridesmaids. meanwhile the groom was waiting to start the ceremony. >> i didn't have much time to think about it. i didn't know if she was trying to ditch me -- gave me think about it. >> to have to find him somehow and send him a thank you card. >> definitely find him. he doesn't live very far. >> daniel: the couple invited jay to stick around for the wedding but he could not. meanwhile, they say so far the limo company only refunded a third of what they paid. the couple is on their honeymoon. when they get back, they plan to look for the mystery man, jay. in the control room this
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news. >> gene: that is what they call getting hitched. >> sara: exactly right, gene. >> gene: just all encompassing. the ride, the whole thing, perhaps the honeymoon for sure. >> sara: a happy ending for sure. studies involving sugar. the new evidence. that some local researchers may have been influenced by money. a local college student turns his mom into an internet sensation. the post shaming h those viral posts. uh-oh, don't want to make mom mad. we are up to 32 minutes from andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri. >> shiri: the only chances for the workweek coming into
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now at o'clock, police are on the hunt for a person of have in the murder of a local mother, and they are not strangers. the previous violent encounter between the man and the that landed anymore prison. hillary clinton breaking her silence about her weekend health scare. why she said she kept her pneumonia diagnosis from the public and most of her own staff. plus -- >> excuse me, hey, back off. >> scare on the dance floor for controversial olympian ryan lochke. the new video surfacing overnight of security guards taking on the protesters who stormed the stage. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now.
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this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody. now 6:00 on this tuesday morning. it is september 13. hope your morning is off to a great start, i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. a little cool out there this morning. much like yesterday, but meteorologist shiri spear says we are going to have a -- a big warm-up today in the 80s in some places. >> shiri: we are. that means we are going from the 40s in spots like norwood and nashua and keene and orange all the way up to the 80s this afternoon. that is a great warm-up. i do h bedford. 52 in fitchburg. 61 in boston. i know that is my hot spot, 50s from the seacoast to the north shore down to the south shore. even hyannis at 54 degrees. a chilly start to our morning, but by 8 a.m., i am expecting 60s back on the map. that means that -- it is going to turn comfortable within about two hours. so short sleeves for the next two hours. we hit 8 a.m. at 62 degrees. looking nice and bright again today.

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