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>> daniel: following breaking news. police are expected to be out for hours investigating how a woman was hit by a car. we are live in danvers with the latest details as the story unfolds. >> police are now searching for this man who they say is a person of interest in ex-girlfriend's murder. the previous violent incident we found in these court documents involving the ex-couple. >> julie: hillary clinton speaking out about health care in new y why she considered pneumonia no big deal and new information she is expected to release any day now. >> daniel: president obama makes another plea for zika funding and there could be progress today on capitol hill. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. good morning, everyone,
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julie grauert. >> shiri: i don't have 80s on map but first 70s in the morning and chatham, hyannis, vineyard and not too far away in 69? and lawrence and bedford, up to nashua, new hampshire, 63 in worcester. that warm-up really taking off right now. so your hour-by-hour forecast in metrowest has 11:00 a.m., temps in lower 70s, sunshine all day, lo 3:00. that's around when the kids are coming home from school and when you're heading home from work and kids headed home from work 5:00 p.m. still 80?. i think there will be a couple exceptions to the rules, but generally speaking it is going to be low and mid-80s today, range from 78 to about 84?, bright, turning breezy with ten to 15 miles per hour winds but it would definitely be warmer than yesterday. show you how much hotter it gets for wednesday coming up.
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time traffic. >> julie: one lane blocked 128 because of water main break. overall things all right right in that area. 128 southbound approaching 93 and then through lexington and steady and pike a little bit slow as you approach the weston tolls and then the allston-brighton area. expressway jampacked from the braintree split as you could past the gas tank. live drive times, 45 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 41 minutes on the nearly an hour 495 to the leverett connector. >> daniel: breaking news in danvers right now. police say a woman in her 70s was hit by a car about two hours ago. fox25 jessica reyes is live in danvers. jess, you just got update from
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>> jessica: solar glare would have been intense at the time and several cruisers on the scene and exactly how all of this happened and state police here as well. they are doing accident reconstruction right now. and at this point we are still working together all the details but we do know that a woman in her 70s was hit here around 7:00 this morning, she was rushed to beverly hospital and at this point it is not clear how she is doing. this all happened on hobart street past the intersection with wadsworth, pretty busy area at the time, 7:00 when all of this happened and do understand the driver did stay on scene. in arrests have been made at this point and do know the victim is woman in her 70s. she was taken to beverly hospital. working right now to get an update how she is doing this morning and have another update from the scene coming up in 30 minutes. right now live in danvers, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: we continue to follow developing news this morning, young mother killed in her home and police are now
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>> julie: at this time the police are calling her -- him a person of interest. she had -- taken out restraining order in the past. >> stephanie: emelio delarosa was released from prison after spending four years this after kidnapping and beating the victim in this murder case. public's help to find him. police are now looking for this man. emelio delarosa. they are calling him a person of interest in murder of ex-girlfriend wanda rosa. they found rosa dead inside her apartment on tudor street in methuen. according to police the four-year-old son was there when she was killed and delarosa then took him to relative's home before fleeing. >> major concern is well-being
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whereabouts mr. delarosa. >> stephanie: 2012 he pled guilty and expecting her. according to court documents obtained by fox 25 delarosa, quote, grabbed ms. rosa and pointed a gun at stomach area and forced her head down into the sofa attempting to suffocate her. the documents kidnapped her and then infant son and started driving to florida. rosa able to escape and get help during a stop in new jersey. following delarosa's release modified the protective order against him to remove the no contact clause but keep the no abuse clause. meantime rosa's friends are absolutely heartbroken. >> caring, loving person, we all pretty much grew up in this neighborhood so tough to see something like that go away. >> stephanie: police want to stress the public is not in any danger as they search for delarosa.
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restraining order and very disturbing details that rosa herself provided to police. in methuen, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> daniel: breaking now at 9:00, new market, new hampshire, tell us this morning teenager has been found safe. 14-year-old eli longa disappeared from his home yesterday and police posted this picture on their facebook page asking the public for help finding him. still unclear where the teenager was found but police working to reunite him with >> daniel: missing alzheimer family has also been safe after hailing a cab. patricia devine was missing yesterday and they were concerned she may have hopped a plane to florida. last couple hours she has been located and okay and no other information is available rate now.
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keolis employees have been fired. coworkers were clocking them into work when they were actually not on the job. keolis plans to switch to finger print to prevent future cases like this and has no idea how long the time card abuse has been taking place. >> daniel: massachusetts voters are closely divided when it comes to pair of controversial ballot questions. survey shows half of likely recreational voters and deals with lifting cap on charter schools in the state. right now 48% of voters are against adding charter schools and 41% want to see more of them. 11% have not made up their minds. >> julie: fox25 george in
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pleading in actiony. >> reporter: senate close to 1.1 package for zika virus. the deal isn't complete yet but remove language kept deadlocked for months. florida delegation will join florida governor rick scott on capitol hill calling for immediate action. florida now has 64 locally transmitted cases of zika. the issue was on agenda in and congressional leaders monday at the white house. >> fund efforts to not only deal with zika outbreaks but also come up with diagnostic tools and vaccines that will solve the problem for good.
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of revert a government shutdown. >> daniel: hillary clinton speaking for the first time since health scare at 9/11 memorial service. she will release more medical diagnosis and her campaign admitted it should have announced illness sooner than they did. cnn reported she said she did not think it was going to be a big deal and critics fault her for not letting the going to be that big of deal. it is kind of thing that if it happens to you and busy active person and keep of moving forward. >> daniel: clinton looking forward to getting back on the campaign trail the next few days. daniel: donald trump plans to reveal the medical records on the dr. oz show later this week. he had a physical last week and clinton invited on the show and no word if she will accept the
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on dr. oz show thursday. you can watch it weekdays here on fox25. >> julie: red sox hosting orioles last night and this one was over early. sox up seven-two in the fourth when hanley ramirez launches bawl out of monster. career home run 536 tying sox win 12-two. sox lead al east by two 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 south things still slow going, about an hour as you head from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: as we track through end of the morning here, 69? in boston right now but 72 at 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. 76?.
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temps talking today and drive home next. >> daniel: a lot more coming your way this morning. high school football player was ready to face suspension for joining a national movement. coming up at 9:30, why he plans to continue kneeling during the national anthem. >> julie: investigation is underway into the sales practices regarding epi pens. documents the company has to hand over to congress to explain the skyrocketing cost of the
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market. >> daniel: ryan lochte was on dancing with the stars and there were protesters. >> excuse me. >> daniel: while they were commenting on lochte's dance the two men they went to commercial and tom looking stunned. video on security guards restraining the two men. police say the two men posed as audience members and then changed their clothes and put on an anti-lochte shirt and several women wearing same t-shirt shouting liar in the crowd and shouting lochte was liar as police led them away. lochte lied a few weeks ago
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after the show went off the air lochte was hurt by the protesters actions. >> at that moment i was really heartbroken. my heart was sunk and someone ripped it apart but, you know, i just -- then i had to brush it off. i had to realize 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 gave it my all and, you know, i'm glad >> daniel: judges praising security staff and neither man came in contact with anyone and the men will be charged with trespassing.
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she was all time leader in goals. >> daniel: leaders in north carolina are blasting ncaa for pulling several national championships out of the state because of controversial law. ncaa said yesterday it is moving seven tournaments and includes first and second round basketball games scheduled in greensboro, north carolina in march. move is to response for antidiscrimination protections in lgbt community and called ncaa handling of recent sexual assault scandal at barrel -- baylor university in texas. >> julie: expressway still slow going from the braintree split up to columbia road. 128 northbound started to open up just slightly and still seeing a a little bit of volume around 135 route 9 in the wellesley area.
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starting in woburn and continuing through medford into somerville and expressway rarely do we get relief here until either the middle of the day or 2:00 a.m., 3:00 a.m., we can crews on the expressway. here are live drive times, 31 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin and almost an hour on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us and we are starting the day with bright clear skies very agreeable. >> very nice indeed. we started kind of normal in boston, normal making up to 59? as sun comes up. sunrise this morning 6:22 and temperatures to start the day, i know they were cool but totally normal this time of the year. average high 74 and that's where things start to get warm because this afternoon we are going to be above average. temperatures really starting to even out, lots of upper 60s in boston and plymouth, new
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fitchburg right now at 67?. that's where we will take a little bit of closer look starting and ending with sun. so all day sunshine today, 11:00 a.m. 72?, 1:00 p.m. 79? and maintain lower 80s and drive home from work and sink into upper 60s 9:00 this evening. warm-up going to be a good one. going to be a little better than it was yesterday but it is going beautiful. southwest wind going to be breezy between ten and 15 miles per hour. it is not enough to do any damage or anything like that. it is going to be a little bit of unnoticeable and increases overnight tonight and for the day tomorrow and right here at 2:00 p.m. let's count on some partly sunny skies, clouds will be increasing here tomorrow, plus it is going to be reality warm. we are back into mid and upper
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southern new hampshire and even clipping parts of several massachusetts back into western massachusetts and latest update a little bit slower. i'm counting on storm getting in a little bit sooner so obviously there's a little wiggle room and could be off by hour or two but gist of it here between let's say four and 8:00 p.m. we got that storm threat that's going to pass through boston with chance for some downpours, gusty winds as well and settles over southeastern massachusetts here between eight be weakening because sun has gone down and strongest storm probably in northern mass into the boston area tomorrow afternoon. this afternoon not a worry in the world. got lower 80s out there in plymouth, boston, beverly, lawrence at about 84?, worcester 77, keene, new hampshire 80? and upper 70s over the cape. lows tonight are going to be back into the sixties, so going to be a little bit warmer while you were sleeping last night,
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have had the last couple of nights. so when you wake up tomorrow morning feel like summer out there as opposed to fall and certainly for the afternoon with 87 in lawrence and beverly and norwood, obviously that's going to feel a lot like summer and scattered showers and storms tomorrow, not going to be widespread, not everybody necessarily going to see it but strong winds will be the main concern and also got the slight risk of some hail. i think any kind of severe thunderstorms will be due to the strong evader gusts and we will be monitoring for tha clearing out after midnight here, wednesday night into thursday, when you wake up on thursday it is sunshine and it is sunshine again on friday with lower 70s and nice low humidity, increasing saturday clouds lead to scattered rain here on sunday and possibly lasting into monday. back to you. >> local water supply has been tampered with and clues left behind by trespassers that might
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profits and consumer costs of epi pens. price hikes lifesaving drugs
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body image confirms what many believe a long time and unrealistically thin dolls they want thinner bodies. thin body bodies and fuller figure tracy dolls to play with. afterward the full figure doll felt better about the body and those given thin dolls they wish they were thinner. >> daniel: 89-year-old man getting help after a very rough year. check this out. 50-yard cart around chicago to sell popsicle to support him and his wife. one man decided to snap a picture and start a golfed page page -- gofundme pages and page has gone viral and $255,000 has been donated to help out the
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finally being able to rest, julie. >> julie: i think i will log on. that is a really great story. julie: beyonce says if you like it you better put a ring on it and one of the backup dancers took it to heart. queen b handed microphone so dancer it was during the song single ladies. >> daniel: people put signs next to pets to shame them. one local college student is doing same thing to his mom. they were posted by nick abloney and mother every night asked her for snacks but when he brings them to her, she is asleep.
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decided to take a video telling her about new found stardom. >> on instagram i think 400,000 people saw it. >> great. >> daniel: mom took it in stride and really liked the joke. >> 400,000 people. >> people have nothing else to do. >> they like to jump on the bandwagon. 400,000 -- i don't think any of us have ever done anything. gets 400,000 likes. >> bringing her snacks. how sweet is that? 72 yesterday in boston, 82 today, headed back to 80s in plymouth and nashua, timeline on that. minutes away. >> daniel: throw fifty-second rule out the window. even a few seconds will cover your food in bacteria. >> michael: massachusetts high
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knee during national anthem. why the school district says the 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. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures.
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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. ayotte: well i certainly think 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. is responsible for the content of this advertising. updating danvers in breaking news. person hit by a car on hobart street. you can see police cars lining the street there as they continue to investigate. there's also a truck about to
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>> we have a crew on the scene. >> 9:30 on tuesday, welcome back, i'm julie grauert. >> i'm daniel miller, meteorologist shiri spear in the stormtracker weather center this morning. shiri, saying we are going to get up to the 80s today. >> shiri: warm-up and following the 70s yesterday and some spots like boston it could end up being ten? warmer. right now 69? 66 and pelham, new hampshire 63?. we are in lower 60s now in worcester but we are still pretty behind in barre at only 58? or say help riel at 59. 69 for you now in lowell. 68 in plymouth, 69 in sandwich. temperaturewise jump next couple hours and take you to 78? at noon time today and sunny and breezy and 82? at 3:00 p.m.
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7:00 this evening but includer skies barely budging and show you when the clouds and showers, when the humidity all come back during the day tomorrow and changes next. julie? >> julie: things starting to move along a little bit better on 128 southbound. the concentration of volume is now focused into lexington area. 93 south sluggish from somerville. a little bit of volume eastbound on the pike after the weston tolls. here are live drive times, 35 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave. 29 minutes on the expressway. 43 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. back now to the breaking news in danvers where a woman has been hit by a car. we go right on you to fox25 jessica reyes who's live at the scene. jess, police say they may know what caused this.
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they say solar glare was factor in all of this and that woman we understand is in her 70s. taking look at scene now. see several police cruisers out here on hobart street and further down the street see suv hauled on to flatbed, that was the car that was involved in all of this and at this point we understand no arrest have been made. taking look at video from sky fox now, taken shortly after this happened around 7:00 this morning and see there was a pretty big scene here at that point in morning. intersection with wadsworth, pretty busy street at that time of day here in danvers this morning. still working to get more information from police, including how victim is doing this morning but state police did tell us earlier on this morning she is in her 70s and that she was taken to beverly hospital. we are working to bring you more updates have the scene and as soon as we get more information we will pass it along here and website at fox25boston.com. live in danvers, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: young mom is killed
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her ex-boyfriend. calling woman person of interest >> stephanie: the victim in restraining order he threatened to delarosa. i'm scared for my life and child's life. methuen police found wanda rosa's body early yesterday morning inside her methuen apartment on tutor street and according to police four-year-old son was also there when she was killed and say rosa's ex-boyfriend took child to relative's home before fleeing. again, police say that delarosa has history of violence and
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for kidnapping her at gunpoint and say he was driving to florida, pit stop in new jersey and she was able to escape with their child. meantime, friends of rosa told us they are absolutely heartbroken by what happened. >> a caring person and we all grew up in this neighborhood so tough to see someone like that go away. whether he may have witnessed anything early yesterday morning. also saying the public not in any danger but, of course, they say if you know something, if you see this man, immediately give them a call. in methuen, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> daniel: convicted sex offender accused of killing new hampshire woman staying behind bars. he is accused with second-degree murder in the stabbing death of jo ann busher. police found body in danvers
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prosecutors won't say how they knew each other but did live together and moore was convicted of sexual assaulting a child in 1998. >> julie: man wearing a gps tracking device, robert mcneil outside plymouth district court. we received complaints from relatives of several alleged victims over the past two months. prosecutors say he has confessed to molesting six elderly passengersit other disabilities. he will be in court next month. julie: 40-year-old heather senteenus seven counts of child rape in court yesterday. the incidents began in 2014 when 14 and 15-year-old brothers became friends with the woman's daughter. the boy's mother had died so celina started paying attention
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probation after serving her prison term. >> daniel: julie: silent protest during the playing of the national anthem. high school junior says he was going to be suspended but the school tells a different story. fox25 michael henrich is live in worcester. michael, teammates are backing him up. >> michael: join him in protest and this coming week's football game and comes with back drop of national series of demonstrations. protest continued on monday night football with man that started them all. colin kaepernick. kaepernick again did not stand during the national anthem and protest racial inequality and now the movement spread to massachusetts high school. you could see michael oppong in
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high's game this past weekend in worcester. oppong walked to school monday proud he had taken a stand. >> people facing equality and something my age could actually do. >> michael: reaction was not all positive by any means and sent out tweet, firestorm on social media saying coaches and suspend me for one game. the superintendent tells fox25 that was a misunderstanding saying michael oppong is not suspended and never was. >> said on monday be prepared that you may have a one game suspension butt didn't say you have a one game suspension and
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>> michael: regardless as it stands he is not suspended the next game. >> daniel: concord water source under investigation. concrete block found moved by water tank and empty beer cans also found nearby. concord police say this is the second time vandals and public works director say two events could be related. >> i believe it probably is. same group of people that decided to break the lock on august 1st. >> daniel: the town testing the water to see if it is able to drink and rest of the town's water will not be affected. >> julie: mbta investigating
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tracks and cart was left by private contractor working to improve "t" service. source sent us pictures cart and debris that came off the train during the crash. incident forced riders on shuttle buses between braintree and quincy adams for several hours yesterday morning. >> i had to wait extra half hour. >> didn't say anything. threw you on the bus and that was it. >> service on the 33 returned to normal yesterday contractor doing the work. we will let you know when we hear back. >> daniel: happening today governor charlie baker expected to announce a change in how the criminal justice systems treats with mental illnesses. bridgewater state hospital will hold inmates with minor crimes those convicted of state crimes will be moved to different prison. in addition limits will be placed on contact between officers and inmates. at least three inmates have died while being treated at the facility.
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100 boston police officers are wearing body cameras. among them superintendent in chief william gross seen checking out new addition here to his uniform attaching new addition to the uniform here as you see. 6-month long program launched yesterday and no one volunteered and friday judge ruled the program could move planned. >> julie: 41 minute ride head from 495 to andover down to the zakim. shiri? >> shiri: we are headed up to 82? today, gets warmer here for wednesday at about 86?. then temperatures come crashing down the end of the week and what's causing the cooldowns
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>> daniel: local charities getting big piece of the pie. eat healthy doesn't necessary
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narrator: "by almost every measure, public 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. on 2. for stronger public schools. >> julie: packing lunch for child doesn't have to break the bank. how to make health and he affordable lunch your kid will enjoy.
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how. >> sara: nutritional expert says when choosing a lunch use abc's. >> a, ask them what they would like for lunch. b be firm that most of it has to be healthy. c, compromise a smidgen to make sure get something that the child will eat. >> planning and prepping are key. first role not to buy items that are prepackaged. >> don't pay for something you cod she says buying in bulk is key. instead of buying cheese sticks, block can be cut up in cubes and save you couple dollars. she recommends buying serving containers washed and reused. >> this is really nice and convenient. this is about $1.20 per serving and scoop into contain and her let child take in lunch pail. >> sara: search local flier
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lunches rotating two lunch boxes throughout the week. >> put right in the dishwasher but have a backup one where you could make the lunch at night or early in the morning. this way you always have a second one and don't have to worry about cleaning and save you some time. >> julie: good tips. dr. blake says most important thing make sure you like the food you pack so not going home with full lunch box. >> self-driving ca bring technically to cars and sensors and video cameras. customers will be able to request a cart remotely and carts would be able to remove themselves when shopper finished using it. >> julie: link to sugar and heart disease called into question. california revenuer says sugar industry trade group paid for
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there's no definitive link between heart disease and sugar intake. researchers say the study discouraged further research into the topic. new england journal of medicine has rules to stop sponsorships. julie: weight watchers lost $1 billion in market value and the ceo resigned. last fall jumped and since then it has fallen. >> daniel: you shouldn't follow fifty-second rule. it is more than enough time to collect germs. rutgers sticks to food proving fifty-second rule. they also found watermelon collects the most bacteria and
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>> exclusively gummy bear diet because they will stay the cleanest. >> next study will be twenty-second rule. >> slow spot, 128 northbound route 3 approaching 128 still sluggish and hasn't lightened up yet. live look bumper-to-bumper past the gas tank. live drive times, 23 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 37 minutes on 93 south and 44 minutes route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. >> don't eat jelly sandwich. i would like to think dry tortilla chip is okay, just blow off because we live and die by
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right? >> shiri: agreed. okay for dry goods. clear skies right now, sunshine as well and don't recommend busting out popsicles and licking those if they fall on the ground today and upper 70s and warmer and warmer than yesterday because we are going to be back into the 80s. we got mild southwest well and few clouds we got moving through with future cast today. highlighting another bright and sunny day. even into the evening hours it will stay nice and clear. temperaturewise today we are not going to see a huge variation and low mid-80s and lawrence and lowell at 84, fitchburg 82, mildford, new hampshire 83? and worcester 77 and highs in the
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lower 80s, so it is a look good feel good day, humidity still in check. we got 60s overnight tonight and temperature a little bit warmer and wake up and not going to have the same 50s and 40s like we did. tomorrow morning it will be warmer. you can probably and going to say grab umbrella or raincoat before you go because as heading home start topping and high upper 80s, it is going to be hot and a little bit stickier as well and wednesday starts out partly sunny and it is going to be bright. clouds increasing in the afternoon and strip of showers and thunderstorms sink toward us here and chance between two and 5:00 p.m. for southern
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as eastern mass between four and 8:00 p.m., there will be threat for severe weather along with these and main concern with strong damaging gust between seven and 11:00 p.m. settles over southeastern massachusetts and sun has gone down and robbing energy from the whole system and see storm fart to fade here evening hours. look at green shading across much of massachusetts, tamper as well. severe weather threat and elevated risk tomorrow and see issues it would be strong burst of wind that would be perhaps downing tree limbs and power lines. we will be on top of it on fox25. fox25 weather app, another wonderful tool if you're on the go tomorrow afternoon and clear out after midnight on wednesday and thursday more sunshine and low humidity again, lower 70s ruling thursday and friday.
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rain and sunday possibly lingering into monday. back to you guys. >> this woman not running to wedding, she is running to it.
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v.o.: kelly 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. ayotte: well i certainly think 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
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>> julie: robin egg trust are new hampshire residents and donated total of $100,000 to six different charities. >> they are committed to use these funds for philanthropic causes and to make a positive impact on the lives family. >> julie: players decided to take the cash option and received check for $256 million. as for the name robin egg represents joy and new beginning. >> daniel: surprise for high school football player and first game back since losing father. 30 haverhill firefighters came out to cheer him yesterday.
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family and haverhill fire department where he worked 20 years before retiring. >> a lot different, even at practice. i mean just coming home and not having million questions when walk in the door, a little bit different than used to. >> daniel: joe and captains walked over to the sidelines and personally thanked all the firefighters who came to cheer them on. >> julie: today a special ceremony will be honored for a local hero. endicott college will be hall and named for pete frates. fratas and family will be at the dedication this afternoon. they will also tour the building. fratas was born in beverly and played basketball at boston college. >> daniel: brookline, new hampshire woman was on way to get married when on way to wedding and had a flat tire. they hitchhiked to wedding venue and go home and drop off kids so
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groom says he was worried and glad everyone made it. >> didn't give me much time to think about it, i didn't know if she was trying to ditch me or what. gave time to drink another beer and think about it. >> couple says they invited the man that gave the bridal a lift to stay at the wedding and hope to see him again to thank him properly after the money moon. makes for great story to tell the kids and grandkids. >> good pay it >> julie: better wife was late than husband was late. >> shiri: he never would have lived it down. >> julie: played that forever. >> shiri: forecast today, guys, looking fantastic. all been a fan so much of the weather that we have had the last couple days because it is dry, comfortable, cool mornings, nice warm afternoons. once we get into the day tomorrow feeling more like
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and more of the gorgeous weather thursday and friday and this is perfect weather for walking the dog, wearing flip-flops. >> daniel: thank you so much for joining us this morning. >> julie: watch this afternoon
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