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>> shiri: severe to afternoon storms and what time it is highest in your town. >> developing news on the north shore where celebrated police chief is off the job. his response to internal investigation right now. >> catherine: police say it is an incident of road rage and pulling machete on another driver and exclusive video and what local rent heard the man say. >> sara: family is the focus on how the two candidates are making child care a top priority. ? ? >> gene: 7:00, good morning, everybody, and thank you for joining us on wednesday morning, it is september 14th, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. grab your sunglasses, bright morning to start out and clouds are moving into the afternoon.
is in the stormtracker weather center with severe storms. >> possible to severe storms this afternoon, can see the lightning bottle picking up and that is the front that's going to be passing through here later today. back things up and give you feel for temperaturewise how starting this morning, 65 in boston, 64 lawrence and beverly and in plymouth and 61 in worcester. so obviously we are very, very warm this morning. now back to that hour-by-hour forecast. you can see we got upp by 11:00 a.m. we got middle 80s this afternoon. it is going to be warm, going to be a little muggy, increasing clouds here by later on this morning through the afternoon. risk of storms starts around four or 5:00 in boston and goes until 7:00 p.m. that's when it is peaking in boston. i will show you how long they last overall for all of massachusetts coming up. here is julie grauert now with live drive time traffic and an accident update. >> julie: route 3 southbound at 495 southbound, a little volume accumulate in that area
take you to make your way to 128. average speed 12 miles per hour right now on 93 south and the volume starts to build right after stoneham and then into medford as you approach somerville. heavy steady volume through sullivan square as well. 28 minutes on route 3 southbound from 495 to 128. 34 minutes on 93 south that's just in the segment from the cloverleaf to the leverett connector. 33 minutes on route 1 approaching the tobin bridge. back to developments on the north shore where gloucester's police chief has been placed on leave pending internal investigation. >> gene: gained national attention for first of time program to combat opioid addiction and even honored at the white house. michael henrich is live in gloucester where the chief says he did nothing wrong. michael, good morning. >> michael: good morning. the chief spoke with the gloucester times about that saying that he doesn't know what the investigation is about, didn't do anything wrong and i
just a moment. folks on the street, gloucester residents spoken off-camera, folks hearing from on facebook, they are just really surprised that anything has come up considering this man's reputation. we are talking about gloucester police chief leonard campanula. he has been here in gloucester for about three or four years at this point, and he has been nationally celebrated for helping create the angel program to battle opioid addiction. the white house honor you mention happened back in april when he was change. the mayor did not release any details about why the chief has been placed on administrative leave. campanula was quoted in the gloucester times as saying, quote, i have absolutely no concerns in my personal or professional life that i have done anything wrong to warrant any action against me. if the city feels they have to take some kind of process with this, go at it, end quote. of course, i reached out to the mayor, to chief campanula and
as soon as we have that update, of course, we will bring it to you right away here on the fox25 morning news. for now live in gloucester, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: only on fox25 frightening road rage incident is caught on camera. police say that the man in the striped shirt was threatening another driver with machete and punched him in the face. now this morning that suspect is heading to court. fox25 catherine parrotta live in worcester this morning where the incident happened, catherine, feet from a local high school. >> catherine: watching and also with local residents nearby, and they said they were surprised to find out the full extent to what had unfolded. the suspect due here in court in worcester at some point later on today and police say he had two teenagers in the car as all of this unfolded right in the middle of the afternoon. fox25 did get exclusive video of the encounter. >> sitting just enjoying a nice day. >> catherine: dave sitting in
music yesterday afternoon but then. >> i heard someone say you want me to chop your head off? >> according to police it wasn't an empty threat. look at exclusive cell fen video. police say man in shorts and striped t-shirt is 41-year-old aldo rivera and he had a machete had which he used to threaten another driver across the street from a high school. >> he shouldn't even have a machete. that belongs in the garden. >> catherine: police say rivera ended up punching the watched. >> kids down there at the corner but they just were congregating. >> but they weren't the only audience. police say rivera 17 and 13-year-old kids were in the car. witnesses to shocking incident of road rage. >> it is a horrible accident. we are supposed to be adults setting the example showing little kids how we are supposed to act. don't think we are doing a very good job. >> catherine: and police say rear will be charged with
threatening to commit murder. again, he is expected in court some point later on today. for now live in worcester, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: this morning the faa is trying to track down the person who aimed a green laser at a plane leaving logan airport. this incident happened at around 7:30 last night while the jet was overhauled. no one was hurt and the united flight kept going to los angeles. this is the fourth time it has happened over the last few weeks. we reached out to united a murder warrant out for the ex-boyfriend of local mother killed in her home. emelio delarosa is accused of strangling wanda rosa. the four-year-old was at the apartment when his mother died. the delarosa took the boy to his mother's house in lawrence and then disappeared. they are keeping a close eye in neighborhood in lawrence where
gunpoint. gene: officers say irving fenner killed officer in north carolina before heading to coventry. hours before police stormed a home in providence but found it empty and however, they did arrest fenner's half-sister. they believe she was helping him hide from police. it is unclear if she then worked with officers to make the arrest. fenner will be charged with first-degree murder. >> sara: sentencing retrial for man that went on deadly begin today in federal court in boston. jury gave gary sampson death penalty in 2003 after he pled guilty to killing two massachusetts men in in 2001. it was later overturned by a judge that found out one of the jurors lied about her background. sampson was convicted separately for killing a third man.
in drunk driving charges. nicklaus guaman said to have acted recklessly when he struck matthew denice and dragged him down the road in 2007. he claimed he did not know it denice was under his truck. last month denice's parents were invited on spa since then his parents were call for stricter laws. >> gene: no danger despite reports of strange man trying to abduct three teenage boys. officers launched a manhunt in townsend yesterday afternoon. man jumped up from behind the rocks in the police station and startled then. they also say man slapped one of them on the neck before running off. however, after checking surveillance video police said there was no threat to the public but they are still investigating. >> sara: firefighters want to
boston's south end that left 12 families homeless. more than dozen firefighters battled roof tops at four story buildings in rutland street yesterday. residents on lower forms came home to discover they were spared the most serious damage. >> as i looked in i could see the -- on like the second floor up i could see that the ceilings were white. hasn't burnt through there. >> sara: propane tanks and grills are illegal in roof ducks ground floor in boston. sara: massachusetts fire marshal's office working to figure out what caused this large house fire in cohasset. the flames started yesterday on rust way. sky fox captured the scene at around noon. firefighters from several nearby towns were called in to help battle the blaze. according to the patriot ledger no one was home but the family's dog died. >> gene: red sox remain in 1st place but missed a good
second j.j. harding with a blast off the sign above the wall and above the monster seats. that put orioles up three-zero. orioles scored five runs in second inning. sox lose to the o's last night six-three so here is look at standings. toronto lost but sox have two game lead over the blue jays and orioles that picked up a game. yankees won and picked up game and sox and orioles close out se night the yankees come to fenway, julie, for the first of four biggies. four big ones. >> julie: bring it on. we will stay at the top of the leader board. expressway right now pretty typical half hour commute from braintree split to the exit for the pike. shiri? >> shiri: mostly 60s on tap right now, got mostly sunny skies. but look at the difference. when you come home from work it is 80s, but also thunderstorm chances right in the boston area.
weather today next. >> gene: five other cases tossed and hundreds of criminal convictions reviewed. >> sara: why prosecutors are looking at evidence at the braintree police department. >> stars of this year summer olympics now accused of doping. what russian hackers uncovered in medical records. >> d campaign trail.
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>> daniel: >> gene: inhibition plans to return to the campaign trail. appearance to talk about the medical history and comes as they have support of working families. new policies they are hoping will entice step in for democratic nominee. families shifting spotlight to giving support to americans looking to grow their families. on the campaign trail a focus on family by the daughters the candidate. >> as society we need to create policies that champion all parents,en age the american
childhood education programs across the country. it does start long before college. matters to me that she understands how important early childhood education is but she understanding how important it is that we support parents as chirp's first issue. >> this is not a woman's issue, it is family issue, it is american issue. it is an issue yet to be involved. my father plans to change that. >> daniel: donald trump says paid maternity leaf alone should be six weeks. clinton wants no more than 10% of parents income to go for child care. trump would give families a tax break. clinton wants free pre-k for all four-year-olds. trump wants to give stay-at-home parents the same tax deductions
>> plan will bring relief to middle class families. >> make a lot of people very happy, moms very happy. >> chelsea clinton will have five more in key battle ground states in ohio and virginia and today donald trump expected to take his appearance with dr. oz where he will talk about his medical records. that show will air tomorrow right here on fox25 at 2:00 p.m. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: this morning the votes are after last night primary elections in new hampshire. one clear winner is republican cartoon kelly ayotte. she easily survived a primary challenge and officially running against jeanne shaheen and most expensive race in history. guinta small lead over assure in the primary and will face carol
chris sununu and frank edel blot remains too close to call. carl van osattorney his party's primary. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. waiting for accident to clear southbound in chelsey sullenberger area, residual delays around that that you would see reflected in the drive times. heavy steady volume on 93 south from woburn down through medford and into somerville. also want to highlight some heavier than usual 128 through canton. average speeds 15 miles per hour. here are those live drive times. 25 minutes on route 3 southbound from 495 to 128. 37 minutes on 93 south, that's just from the cloverleaf to the leverett connector. almost 40 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin bridge. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and, shiri, i know you're keeping an eye on thunderstorms that are moving
you get to have sunshine experience, get to love it, maybe take the little picture, keep it with you because it is going to be fading this afternoon. so this afternoon we have the threat for lightning attached to thunderstorms and not everybody going to get heavy rain today and patchy out there and strong wind gusts going to be the main concern attached to stronger storms. 66 in boston right now, 62 in norwood, 64 in lawrence. manchester, new hampshire also at 64? start because manchester is going to end up being one of the first to see storms. those are likely going to develop between two and 3:00 this afternoon and 9:00 a.m. and increasing clouds and 1:00 p.m. 82 and going to be a warm day here and storm risk and timeline a little bit different in boston and boston
to thicken up as travel through the day, middle 80s this afternoon and storm threat in boston is going to peak between between four and 7:00 p.m. and see band push on through. future cast here to time all of this out by noon time we pause and going to be warm and humid. it will turn partly cloudy in boston but the thickest clouds still sitting up in southern new hampshire. at 2:00 p.m. this is really when storm chances are going to start for western new hampshire and 4:00 continuing to sink southward and that's when it is going to begin in boston and see storms in worcester and probably where thick clouds continue up into lowell or ipswich or derry, new hampshire. those are locations that stay alert at 4:00, but by 6:00 the chance then passing through boston and enters southeastern massachusetts here. so at 6:00 tonight we are going to be looking for a couple storm there and over eastern
are fading and pushing off. i think by 9:00 p.m. we will be done with the storm threat and clearing can begin. future cast here by tomorrow morning involves sunny cool conditions and really straight into the afternoon here at 2:00 p.m. it is just going to be nice and bright and very comfortable. don't want to say it is going to be uncomfortable because humid has been worse over the summer but feels distinctly warmer and hyannis 79? so get ready for summer like day strong to severe with damaging gusts and low temperature back into the 50s and clear out the after i had night and day tomorrow we got upper 60s at the coastline. we got lower 70s inland. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view ask chilly start we get up to 73 and increasing
>> gene: yesterday edward snowden called on president to grant him pared. currently white house says the information damaged national security and put americans at greater risk and snowden opens in theaters this weekend. >> government files to wikileaks will be allowed to have gender reassignment surge. attorney for chelsea manning
surgery. she was on hunger strike. she is serving 25-year-old sentence in prison. manning was born a man but says she was really a female and earlier this year she attempted to commit suicide. >> sara: dancing with the stars considering increased security. new video released by abc and takedown of the and only see a split screen. two protest released yesterday on $1,000 jail and never had plans to hurt anybody. the pair said they were unhappy with the show's decision to feature lochte after being robbed at gunpoint in rio.
records were stolen. on that list venus williams and simone biles accused of doping. biles is her medication for adhd was allowed. aly raismain was not on the list. >> gene: chipolte giving payouts to people who got sick. boston customers had norovirus and undisclosed cash settlement for the co up $40,000 in medical bills after got e. coli, received dozens of coupans for free burritos along with payout. never represented a food poisoning client to eat at the restaurant where they got sick. 7:26. update to the disturbing picture of two drug addicts overdosed behind the wheel. we now know they were revived by
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: new at 7:30. a gorgeous live picture here. we are waking up to another sunny september morning, but shiri is tracking some potentially dangerous storms out there later today. good morning, everybody. it is 7:30 this morning. great to see you. i'm sara underwood. weather prior to what may be going on this afternoon. >> best weather of the day happening right now because we got these mostly sunny skies and start getting in central new england and starting to pop up now and those are our afternoon storms, 65 in leominster, 63 north government grafton, over to barre and lower 60s in worcester. boston talking 66? but reading at 63, natick at 62 and
mid-60s continuing here across the south shore and upper 60s for good portion of the cape and the islands. so it is a look and feel good morning. feel it is a little stickier than the past couple days. humidity not out of control but definitely higher than it was yesterday. increasing cloud so through noon time 83?, warm, still somewhat bright, real thick stuff along with the storms comes in starting 2:00, 3:00 this afternoon in northern mass and southern new hampshire, 86? for kids coming home from school and then passing through during evening commute, the boston area and by 7:00 p.m. the focus of the storms really going to sit over southeastern massachusetts. i got an hour-by-hour look with an updated future cast in just a couple minutes. julie grauert, back no you with live drive time traffic. julie, take us out there. >> heavy steady volume 95 through canton as you approach 128 and sluggish conditions in what i call the elbow canton over to 128. expressway typically slow from
boulevard. 128 southbound approaching 93 and then once you get on 93 you will be in jam from woburn through medford into somerville and these are the conditions on the zakim and leverett connector. 45 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin and hour 93 south >> gene: we are talking about drugs and weapons that have been mishandled or disappeared from the evidence room. >> going back to 2013 and superior court yesterday alone two cases were dropped and possible as you said that even more may be dropped in the
santa della cruz walked out of dedham superior court scott free tuesday a year after braintree police caught them with 29 grams of cocaine in their car. >> you didn't have a translator in court. >> told crews they didn't understand english even after they told the court they did not need a translator. the cases are two of five dismissed in superior and evidence may have been attachered with while sitting inside a braintree police department. attorney peter elkin's client arrested on a drug charge and trial scheduled to start yesterday. >> want to put hold on everything to see if they were going to go ahead and still prosecute the case. >> learned the braintree requested an audit and police officer died in mid-may assigned from the evidence room 2013 up until the death and learned the audit was ordered right before
globe reporting she missed suicide just as the review was about to start. anticipate many more to come. >> obviously the cases are over and indicted in superior court on alleged drug violations and the cases now dismissed. >> braintree's mayor town awaiting final i hadit -- audit and handling of the braintree police department. and that audit chie and, of course, we will keep you posted just as soon as we do get it. live in braintree this morning, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: he has been called champion of change and creating a program to help combat opioid addiction. michael henrich is live in gloucester this morning where the chief has been placed on paid leave. michael?
place the chief on paid administrative leave while internal investigation goes on, but the mayor did not say why that is happening in that brief statement. chief has responded and speaking with the gloucester times let me read you a quote. i have absolutely no concerns in my personal or professional life that i have done anything wrong to warrant any action against me. if the city feels they have to take some kind of process with this, chief campanula helping to battle opioid addiction, receiving honor at the white house in april being called a champion of change. speaking with resident here gloucester throughout the morning. >> a lot of good for the city. should be interesting.
>> working hard to get answers for you here and what the investigation is about, what prompted it, reached out to the mayor to chief campanula himself and as soon as i hear back i will bring you that. live in gloucester, michael henrich, fox 25 news. >> gene: deadly crash that killed 70-year-old woman. happened before 7:00 yesterday morning on hobart street. the danvers woman hit by silver suv while she was out walking. she was rushed to the hospita glare from the sun may have played role in crash. the driver did stop and is cooperating with police. right now no charges have been filed. 60 people left without power this morning after a bad crash in newburyport. yesterday afternoon a semi truck got stuck on wire and pulled down five utility poles on low street. the wires fell on -- wires from the poles fell on cars but no one was hurt. >> a local family hopes video of their son's recovery will help
attacked him. in may robbie mclaughlin beaten and left fear dead at fenway park. 27-year-old from swampscott suffered a severe head injury. no one has been arrested. only on fox the family is now releasing video of his recovery at spaulding rehab hospital. his brother hopes the person responsible will come forward after seeing the extent of mclaughlin's injuries. >> i want them to feel ashamed of cowards. >> walk and feed himself again and ability to speak is still very limited. >> clothing donation have become a target for thieves in one local town. six cases of criminals helping himself to donation bins around town. usually it is a group involved. one person crawl inside and tosses out the bags of clothes to the others. in one case the group left man
arrived. >> it is horrible and people need what put in there. >> police say the clothes are valued at thousands. >> broke into home on sunday night and both dressed nicely and taken a bottle of wine. >> haverhill man with of donald trump sign. >> sara: richard early say trump signs take up too much space on yard and 32 square feet of political signage is allowed on one property. early has 200 square feet. he says he just doesn't understand why the letter is coming so late. >> they have been up since january so now all of a sudden
momentum. if he doesn't remove the signs early could be fined up to $300 a day and contacted the inspector to explain his story. they will be back to look at signs later this week. >> gene: create policies and yearlong program will start the next few months and autonomous vehicles will be on some boston local residents. judge said the city of worcester must build new pedestrian walkway to the dcu center and project must happen immediately. telegram says the order is part of long running lawsuit between the city and developer of the hilton garden inn hotel on major taylor boulevard. walkway will connect hotel with arena and parking garage and $10 million as mentioned and city promised to build the walkway more than a decade ago.
mass pike in newton will have to pay more than new proposed tolerates and as part of plan it would be added west newton to newton corner. the goal is to stop drivers from cutting through the city. transportation officials believe many people are driving through newton neighborhoods to avoid the current weston tolls. so now trips from west newton to boston would cost 70 cents more each way. that is the largest increase under the new proposed >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. 495 to mass ave looking at an hour commute. shiri? >> shiri: temperature right now 66? in boston, we have mostly sunny skies. so we got nice beautiful blue up above. it is also mild so short sleeves in order for kids headed out to the bus stop next half hour, 60 to 70 for temperatures, 3:00 p.m., kids coming home from school. watching out for storms up across the mass new hampshire border with temperatures in the 80s and show what you time those temperatures are coming to
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>> gene: caught on camera in phoenix, arizona and police chief says the officers were indexly targeted. fox25 daniel miller joins us for the shocking video. >> credible video, gene. shows moment the driver slammed his car into the officers. you could see those officers standing in the parking lot when the red car speeds in. police say the 44-year-old driver was drunk and was trying
investigators say after hitting the officers the driver got out of the car to fight one of the officers who was not hit by the car. that officer used a stun gun on the man before detaining him. >> these officers could have easily been killed and i thank god that we are not planning three funerals right now. >> 41-year-old police sergeant suffered a broken leg. 36-year-old veteran, head minor injuries and 33-year-old officer who was on his first day of training suffered a all three of the officers are expected to recover from the injuries. driver will be charged with attempted first-degree murder murder and aggravated assault. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: new details this morning the texas high school shooting. police say 14-year-old girl that brought a gun to school last week didn't even know the student that she shot. investigators say the girl wanted to kill her step brother and then kill herself. but another older student
other girl twice before taking her own life. the older girl expected to be okay. >> bus full of children suddenly burst into flames. this is disturbing video. 20 kids on bus when it caught fire monday in maryland. bus driver acted quickly and got everyone off when bus filled with smoke. kids >> i helped him. >> brave little girl right there. right now investigators aren't sure what caused the fire. none of the children on board were injured. >> sara: boy that police found in the back seat of car while parents overdosed on heroin. grandmother gotten custody and moving to south carolina to live
police are waiting to hear back on drug testing which can take up to 90 days. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. if pru tunnel not cleared out soon it will cause significant delays for commuters that use the pike. 128 again -- picking up in the wrong way as in slowing down on 128 southbound through lexington. here are those live drive times, an hour on the pike right now from 495 to mass ave. that's pretty typical. 33 minutes on 93 -- on the expressway. an hour and 20 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. those drive times just jumped up before our eyes. don't like this where heading. meteorologist shiri spear take it away. >> i will take it from you as
mild morning sunshine on tap right now, strong to severe thunderstorms. something that we will be watching closely between two and eight. it is really the brown, two to five north of the mass pike and five to eight south of the mass pike. wind damage -- wind gust, damaging gusts and tree damage will be the main concern. especially north of the pike you could see the green shaded and barrel through and with it clouds and storms and comes through the hottest time of the day and strongest storms and lower 70s and sunshine and find the first high thin clouds and then we are turning partly cloudy likely here at noon time and a little more cloud cover
boston and it is going to be warm out there today, mugging, not too too bad but feel like summer. this is when kids are coming home from school and fitchburg over to portsmouth, new hampshire. after that it is going to push a little bit further south and lawrence. i'm expecting those storms to be closer to boston by afternoon. and a little bit slower with the storms. i'm still sinking storms pass through boston through four and 7:00 tonight. and storms starting to weaken as sun goes down, taking energy out of the storms and going to see them fading and pinpoint where you get the strongest storms and situation where we got those, jason brewer and sarah wroblewski, that's going to be monitoring with the storm and
of inch of rain and quarter inch of rain and 87 of boston and norwood and ipswich today and 50s and upper 60s at the coastline tomorrow and lower 70s inland and 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view between two and eight. today state alert to strong to severe thunderstorms. highs low 70s for thursday and friday with plenty of sun, 78 o and we got scattered rain on sunday. >> heavy rain and winds to taiwan. damage from massive waves and wind gusts that are reaching up to 230 miles per hour. that is faster than formula one race car. more than 1,000 people have been evacuated from the area. the storm is expected to make
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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
>> gene: users of older iphone models with the ios10. it became available for download yesterday but soon after it complained it locked up phones. it appears the issue happened when people tried to download it without connecting to computer. iphone and ipad owners have to plug the device into the computer to restore the system. apple says the problem was quickly resolved. saying adele was planning a stop at local "t" stop was hoax. they reported do not show up for adele. #fake. the rumor started on facebook make of local dj. more than 600 people were interested in going. adele is performing in two sold
and tomorrow. sara: thousands of bruce springsteen fans will flock to final leg of the tour and there could be a storm early in the evening and planning on buying ticket for special commuter rail train from south station to faux, -- foxboro you're out of luck. the train leaves at 5:30 and head back to boston 30 minutes after the show ends. >> gene: local bride hitch hike to wedding. she was going get married and limo broke down and the limo company refunded their money and gave free ride to the airport. >> accident at 95 south in newburyport with dog in the back seat. the trooper took cowboy in back of cruiser and then dropped him
husband could come get them. cowboy looks pretty comfy back then, don't you think? wants to thank the trooper for getting home safely and what it would be like to get away with dog inside. >> i love it when dogs put heads out the window. won't do it. >> big dog too. >> saw in brookline. burlington. 7:56. explosion caught on camera inside a busy shopping mal woman's purse that made it go up in flames. >> although we got sunshine now, we got storms this afternoon. threat going to peak in boston around 5:00 p.m., so just in time for the evening commute. hour-by-hour look coming up. >> an incredible feet by runners at the paralympics. the race time by a blind athlete
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generation. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, off to great start and september 14th, i'm gene lavanchy. >> i'm sara underwood. off to a quiet start now but brace yourself for strong afternoon storms. fox25 meteorologist and timeline for the storm. >> shiri: morning commute any errands running before 2:00 p.m. it is going to be dry out there, warm-up already taking us into the 70s over the cape, vineyard and new bedford. 69? in boston, upper 60s in lawrence and nashua and way warmer than yesterday morning and kind of feels like surprise again. here is where the storms are coming from, sag through northern and central new england and they are going to reach us later today in time for the evening commute. so in boston today at 10:00 a.m., 76?.
i got 85 here at 2:00 p.m. you could see the clouds are thickening up this afternoon. once we hit say 4:00 p.m. the chance for storms is really going to start to go up. look at what the rain and storms is doing. cooling us back into the 70s and wind damage and 84 to 88 up ahead of the storms today and nice morning sunshine to enjoy but beware of the gusty afternoon and evening storms and showers. i'm going to time them out with future cast in a calumet minutes. ju drive time traffic and update on new accident. >> julie: accident on 93 northbound right before montvail ave. see a bit of fender-bender. we have a tow truck on scene already and police car but it is blocking the left-hand shoulder and part of the far left-hand lane. it is in the northbound direction and we see heavier volume in the southbound direction during the morning commute but southbound drivers rubbernecking and volume heavy
lexington area and i'm still seeing backups and sharon and northbound and approach 128. here are live drive times, 31 minutes on expressway, 40 minutes on 95 north. much slower than usual. if there isn't a lot of volume it is typically 20 minute ride. 27 minutes on 128 northbound from weston -- westwood to the weston tolls. back to you. >> sara: national reputation for the fight against the heroin epidemic is now off the job. he is on paid leave and no one will say why. fox25 michael henrich is live in gloucester. michael, you have been working on getting explanation from the chief all morning long. >> michael: even went into the police department and took us back to the mayor's statement
question is why and that's an answer we are still working to find out for you. at the moment though we know that chief leonard campanula is on leave and reached out to get him and helped launch which battle opioid addiction in the area. he was even honored at the white house back in april as a, quote, champion of gloucester times does not what the internal investigation is about saying, quote, i have absolutely no concerns in personal or professional life i have done anything wrong to warrant any action against me. if the city feels they have to take some kind of process with this, go at it, end quote. the mayor's office again did not explain why this investigation was launched. we did reach out again to the mayor's office this morning. as soon as i hear back i will have an update for you right
>> look at this man caught on camera with machete. police tell us this wild scene was a dangerous case of road rage and all of it unfolded steps away from high school. fox25 catherine parrotta live in worcester this morning where the man with knife is heading to court. good morning, catherine. >> catherine: good morning. we will be checking after court resumes at 9:00 and shock as people living in the in the area at the time. police say the suspect in this case even had his two teenages in the back of his car when all of this unfolded and have exclusive video showing the encounter. >> enjoying a nice day. >> catherine: dave enjoying music yesterday afternoon and then. >> i heard someone say you want
in shorts and striped t-shirt is 41-year-old aldo rivera and he had a machete which he used to threaten although drive who stopped to allow students to cross the street near burncoat high school. >> he shouldn't even have a machete. that belongs in the garden. >> catherine: police say rivera ended up punching the other driver all as students watched. >> kids down there at the corner but they just were congregating. >> catherine: but they 17 and 13-year-old kid in the car and witnesses shocking incident of road rage. >> it is a horrible example. supposed to be setting the example showing little kids how we are supposed to act and don't think we are doing a very good job. >> police say rivera facing assault and battery with threatening to commit a murder. that's when makes his appearance in court which will be at some point today. we will keep you posted on that,
>> sara: faa trying to tract down the person that aimed a green laser at plane leaving logan airport. the incident happened around 7:30 last night while the jet was overhauled. no one was hurt and the united airlines flight kept going to los angeles. this is the fourth time an incident like this has happened in the last few weeks. we have reached out to united for more information. >> daniel: murder warrant out for the ex-boyfriend of local mother killed in her emelio delarosa accused of strangling maria stephanos. four-year-old son was in the apartment when his mother died. police say delarosa took the boy to relatives house in lawrence and disappeared. neighbors tell us they are keeping a close eye where delarosa lived and recently released from prison after four-year sentence for kidnapping rosa at gunpoint. gene: police arrested suspected cop killer in rhode island.
killed officer in north carolina before heading to coventry. hours before the arrest police stormed home if providence but found it empty and did arrest fenner's half-sister. they believe she was helping him hide from police. this time it is unclear if she then worked with officers to make the arrest. fenner will now be charged with first-degree murder. >> sara: jury gave gary sampson death penalty and guilty to killing two massachusetts men in 2001. that sentence was later overturned by a judge who found one of the jurors lied about her background. southern-- samson was convictedd man in another case. >> sara: nicholas guaman's attorney is challenging an appeal court finding that guaman
dragged him down the road back in 2011. he claims there's no evidence that guaman knew denice was under his truck. guaman is undocumented immigrant from ecuador and last month matthew's parents were invited by donald trump during speech on immigration reform. since then their -- since their son's death, denice's parents have been calling for stricter laws. >> gene: police now say there's no danger to the public despite reports of strange man trying officers launched man hunted in townsend yesterday afternoon. the boy says man jumped out from behind rocks near the police station and startled them. they also said the man slapped one of them in the neck before running off. however, after checking surveillance video police said there's no threat to the public but they are still investigating. >> sara: firefighters want to know if propane tanks that left 12 families homeless. more than dozen firefighters
rut atlanta street yesterday. residents on the lower floors came home to discover they were spared the most serious damage. >> looked in and could see on second floor up ceilings were white, meaning hasn't burnt there there. >> gene: red sox still in 1st place but missed golden opportunity to extend the lead in al east. baltimore jumped all over sox scored five runs in the second inning. red sox lose last night and look like this for standings. toronto loss, break for the red sox, orioles pick up a game so now tied for second. yankees won.
out yankees four games starting tomorrow night. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone. sky fox still just leaving the accident, over the accident on 93 northbound before montvail ave and taking off, they got to refuel and still causing a little bit of slowing in stoneham area as northbound on 93. shiri? >> shiri: 60 to 70 out there right now, thing warming up, nice and bright and coming home from work at and that's when boston will be if the peak of those thunderstorms. some of them strong to severe and walk you there you it with future cast and show you when threat done for good coming up. >> sara: it is not just kids heading off to school this fall. coming up while parents were spending days if not weeks in
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after comments calling hillary clinton comments deplorable and after she had a health scare. they will recover to the campaign trail tomorrow while she still tries to recover from pneumonia and donald trump getting ready for daytime television appearance where he will talk about his medical history. hoping to entice moms >> daniel: families of both candidates, they are shifting the spotlight to giving support to americans looking to grow their families. on campaign trail focus on family by daughters of the candidates. >> create policies that champion all parents enabling the american family to thrive. >> more support for caregivers, more support for early childhood
country. my mom knows that education does start long before college. matters to me she understands how important early childhood education is and understanding how important it is to support parents in our role as children's first teacher. >> it is not a woman's issue, it is a family issue, it is issue often been discussed but yet to be solved. my father plans >> here is how the plans stack up and give parents paid family or medical leave. donald trump says paid maternity leave alone should be six weeks touch give families a tax break and pre-k for all four-year-olds and trump wants to give stay-at-home parents the same
work. >> plan bring relief to middle class families. a lot of moms family. >> chelsea and key battle ground states and donald trump expected to talk about medical records and show will air tomorrow right here and fox25 at 2:00 p.m. newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 president obama sued by children. 21 kids suing the children and other government agencies about climate change and generation right to life, liberty and taxed by stronger storms, harsher droughts and flooding and want to know if the government let climate change happen and willingly supported companies producing a large amount of
that started the ice bucket challenge. school in beverly where pete is from. former boston college baseball player was diagnosed with als at age of 27 and his wife helped unveil the banner. >> hard to find your way and find your path but just remembering set your mind to something it is always possible and epitome of hard work and courage. >> moments after the ice bucket challenge in his honor and president says pete's daughter will have free tuition, room and board to the college. >> julie: accident northbound on 93 south -- 93 north montvail avenue in the process of being cleared out, heavy steve deossie volume on 93 south. 128 southbound also sluggish as you approach 93 and then through the lexington area.
the braintree split up past morrissey boulevard and see the volume lingering as head past the gas tank. here are live drive times, 46 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. hour and 15 minutes on 93 south from andover down to the zakim bridge. about an hour and 20s minutes on 128 southbound along that point that i -- i pointed out as you approached 93 and then head through lexington. so very sluggish commute on 128 southbound. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. summer today, maybe a little appetizer and then back to cooler. >> storms this afternoon and then dessert is better weather here for tomorrow. lightning risk that's going to be out there and pockets of heavy rain and quarter inch of rain with the best storms out there. we like the rain, we don't like the strong damaging gusts. i think that's going to be the biggest concern as we hit the
that we have some high, thin clouds and fairly bright. clouds only going to thicken up as we travel through the rest of the morning, clouding over in the afternoon and at least turning mostly cloudy here. we got temperatures by noon time, up around 81?, highs in the mid-80s this afternoon. the chance for storms is going to develop between four and 7:00 p.m. notice it is not storming whole time in there but you need to be very caucus with -- caution manchester, new hampshire, same deal, high, thin clouds, thicken out by lunchtime today, lower 80s and hit highs in the lower 80s here only because the storm and showers arrive a little bit sooner, starting around 2:00 p.m. up in southern new hampshire. you do need to be ready for that risk of stormy conditions. future cast though it is going to be warm and humid the rest of the morning hours, noon time expecting more cloud cover than probably seeing here, especially into the boston area, points north and west.
stronger storms along the front and then going to drop toward the boston area starting at four and showers starting to close in on worcester, on ipswich, in boston and then the chance really going to sink south of boston around 5:00 p.m. so 6:00 we still got north shore storms, boston storms, back through webster. want to say providence, rhode island probably in the threat area by 6:00 p.m. but by 8:00 p.m. it is dying out. if you want a general rule on work or home north of the mass pike between two and 5:00 p.m. south of the mass pike between five and 8:00 p.m. and start to say everybody unfortunately does have risk of seeing passing storm and probably going to be a little bit stronger north of the pike because it is arriving during a very hot time of the day, sunny and cool weather takes back over for tomorrow. 80 in worcester today and overnight going to be back into
because we clear out and allow temperatures to really drop and cooler lower 70s and sun thursday friday, saturday increasing clouds and 78 and scattered showers here sunday and into monday. back to you. >> gene: 8:21. one man political support could end up costing him and public display for donald trump 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"
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: 8:30, gorgeous morning so far. as good as it is going to get today. rain, wind and lightning are on the way and that could be plenty of thunder it will go along with the bruce springsteen concert tonight which could make it interesting. >> gene: we know this. there would definitely be thunder road tonight. i'm sure he will play the song and fan favorites there. got the tweet, in fact. >> shiri: activity whether it
65 in worcester and hollis, new hampshire right now. those will be the first spots to see the storms today. 67 lexington and natick, 64 in mansfield, 65 in boston. really warm for temperatures and sandwich, falmouth down to the vineyard and down to the southcoast. it is warm now, it is going to tend to be a hotter day. almost feels like summer is back between the heat, a little humidity and storms. noon time increasing clouds 83 but still dry at three is kids come home from school around 3:00 and i got northern mass and southern new hampshire and risk area for some storms and then passing through boston during the evening commute and even this evening and focus southeastern massachusetts and will include gillette stadium here. so evening storms there a possibility through about 8:00 p.m. for this springsteen concert. over to julie.
spots. >> julie: north of the pike 93 south jampacked starting woburn continuing and medford into somerville. 128 southbound problematic this morning. live look at the zakim bridge where you could see the heavy steady volume but when i say problematic, hour and a half right now at 128 southbound as to the weston tolls. back to you. >> julie:. >> sara: few hours we are to learn about possible evidence tampering at police department. >> fox25 learned at least five cases have been thrown out because of the investigation and more could be on the way. jessica reyes live in braintree this morning where investigators pouring years over files. jessica, good morning.
tampered evidence go back years at braintree police department. yesterday two cases were thrown out at dedham superior court because of this and many more we understand may be on the way. year after braintree police caught them with 29 grams of cocaine in their car. >> didn't have a translator in court. >> jessica: they told the crews they cul english even after they told the court they did not need a translator. their cases are two of five dismissed in dedham superior and could have been tampered with while sitting inside the police department. arrested in braintree on drug charge and the trial scheduled to start yesterday. >> there were irregularities investigating and at that time they wanted to put hold on everything to see whether they were going to go ahead and still prosecute the case.
and police officer had been assigned to the evidence room 2013 until her death and learned the audit was ordered right before she passed away. this morning globe reporting she committed suicide just as the review was about to start. attorneying working types of cases and participate many more to come. >> happy the cases is over and indicted in superior court on alleged drug violations and cases now dismissed. >> braintree's mayor awaiting final audit and require changes that need to be made in handling of evidence by the braintree police department. final audit could be back as soon as at some point today and keep you posted just as soon as we do get it. live in braintree, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: developing this morning local police chief known for taking bold steps to help people with drug addiction on paid leave.
michael, that he did nothing wrong. >> michael: chief says statement to the gloucester times that he does not know why this is happening. let me read you a quote from that interview. he says i have absolutely no concerns in personal or professional life do anything wrong to warrant any action against me. if the city feels they have to take some sort of action with mayor of gloucester released statement announcing that campanula has been placed on paid administrative leave pending out come of internal investigation but the mayor declined to say why that was actually happening. reached out again this morning to get the answer but not heard back. campanula read national acclaim for his efforts creating angel program to battle opioid addiction and received champion
house back in april. folks around here in gloucester have been talking to bunch of people off camera and on camera just with them expressing their surprise that this particular police chief has any trouble at all coming to them. >> done a lot of good for the city. should be interesting. can't imagine little gloucester having a big scandal. >> michael: again, we reached out to the mayor's office. i walked into the police department earlier which directed me officer and reached out to the chief himself and as soon as go out why behind the investigation we bring it to you. live in gloucester, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> daniel: >> gene: deadly crash that killed 70-year-old woman. breaking yesterday on fox25 morning news. happened 7:00 on hobart street. the danvers woman hit by silver suv while she was out walking. she was rushed to beverly hospital but did not survive. police told the crews on the scene that the sun's glare may
driver did stop and is cooperating with police right now. no charges have been filed. gene: power back on in newburyport and happened yesterday afternoon when semi truck got stuck on wire and pulled down five utility poles on low street. wires from the poles fell on cars. no one was hurt, about 2,000 customers were without power and one point but at last check there were no longer any outages. >> sara: video of son's recovery help find the person that brutely attacked him. in may robbie mclaughlin was beaten and left for dead outside baseball tavern near fenway park. the 20-year-old from swampscott suffered a severe head injury. no one was been arrested. family releasing at spaulding and hopes the person responsible will be forward after seeing the
injuries. >> feel like cowards and cowards they are. >> sara: mclaughlin learning to walk and feed himself and ability to speak is limited six cases of criminals to donation bins around town and usually group involved and one person crawl inside and toss bags out to others and one case though police arrived. >> shock and during times shouldn't be and horrible, people really need what we put in there. >> police say the clothes are valued at thousands of dollars and sold to flea markets or by the found after stolen. >> sara: richard early says he received a letter from building
space on yard. only 32 square feet of political signage is allowed on one property and early has 200 feet. >> been up since january and all of a sudden there ump getting a little momentum and out of ordinance. >> sara: early could be fined up to $300 a day and contacted the inspector to sprain the story. they will be back to look at >> gene: testing self-driving cars. partner with world economic forum for policies with use of self-driving cars. yearlong program will start next few months and autonomous vehicles will be on some boston streets. there will be focus groups as
>> shiri: today feeling sticky out there and dew point temperatures into the sixties and higher humidity will fuel thunderstorms by tomorrow and humidity is low again. show you the temperature fluctuations coming up. patriots have jersey coming up at hidden message on every jersey that you won't see when the team
takes the field. >> sara: new approach fight against drug abuse and handing out heroin free of charge. >> gene: as we head to break here is look at what's trending right now on fox25boston.com. big story of the morning is
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daniel miller joins us with the shocking video. driver slammed car into the officers and see them standing into the parking lot when speeds in and 44-year-old driver was drunk and driving to run the officers over. after hitting officers the driver got out of the car to fight the officer who was not hit by the car. the officer used stun gun on the man before detaining h been killed and thank god we are not planning three funerals right now. >> daniel: 36-year-old veteran minor injuries and 33-year-old officer who was on first day of training he suffered a head injury. all the three officers are expected to recover from the injuries. driver will be charged with attempted first-degree murder and aggravated assault. in the newsroom i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: new details this
14-year-old girl that brought gun to school last week didn't even know the student that she shot. investigators say the girl wanted to kill her step brother and then kill herself but another older student interrupted her in the girl's bathroom. 14-year-old opened fire hitting other girl twice before taking own life. older girl expected to be okay. >> gene: terrifying site in maryland as school bus full of children suddenly burst into flames. 20 kids on bus when caught fire monday in college park maryland. the driver acted quickly thankfully and got everyone off the bus before it filled with smoke. kids say that they were stuck together until they got off the bus. >> felt scared. i was about to cry but my brother did instead so i helped him. >> nice job for that young little girl there. investigators aren't sure what caused the fire. fortunately none of the children
>> sara: new regulation for treatment of drug addicts and once granted they can inject patients with small doses of heroin three times a day. pilot program in vancouver has been up and running for several years. sara: boy that police found in the back seat of car while grandmother and friend apparently overdosed on heroin has found a new home. his grandma had only gotten custody of him six weeks be that four-year-old will be moving to south carolina to live with his great aunt and uncle. police posted the viral photos of the boy online last week. adults in the photo were given narcan, used to reverse heroin overdose. they are looking into drug testing which can take as much as 90 days. >> gene: since shooting in june thousands of items have been left on chain link fence near the pulse nightclub.
opened fire inside the club. monday the city plans to remove the fence and replace with memorial wall that's 8 feet high. >> it is 8:46. track we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes every ten minutes. good morning. right now expressway still slow going from the braintree split up to columbia road. 128 moving along fine as you head northbound toward the pike. problem spots this morning are really 128 southbound not because we have a major accident there, just heavy volume and really slowing us 93 south also steady flow from woburn through medford and then into somerville. and this will what you will be experiencing on zakim, a little bit of space right now. live drive times, 36 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, an hour and a half on 93 south from andover to the leverett connector and almost an hour and 40 minutes on 128 southbound in that second i pointed out route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. slow going on the roads, shiri, but enjoying dry conditions
evening commute. >> shiri: mild morning sunshine. love it while you can because we have strong to severe thunderstorms between two and 8:00 p.m. breakdown about two to five north of the pike, five to eight south of the pike but damaging wind gusts and tree damage will be the biggest concern. trees especially vulnerable because of the drought that we have had and weakened by the drought and stronger storms expected along north of the mass pike and greater boston area, southern new hampshire and storms will pass through here and hottest and strongest at that time of the day. right now you could see they are entering areas northern new england entering new york as well and whole system will be sliding toward us so future cast here in the and shoot upward and mid to upper 70s by 10:00 this morning and lunchtime low to mid-80s and see clouds are
even now high, thin clouds, just going to continue to thicken up here from north to south and pause at 3:00 p.m. and school buses out there and risk for storms through westfield to orange to fitchburg up to nashua, new hampshire. boston likely still dry at 3:00 but not that much longer because the risk travels through boston between four and 7:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. the storms in nashua and fitchburg a bit closer to boston or worcester and risk was going to end up sliding southward and not quite as potent with the latest run and stronger storms at 7:00 p.m. south of the pike but by 9:00 at night most of the storm fading away and wakening with the setting sun. trick and he take away is good one. take away we could see anywhere
storms track and very hard to know that in advance and jason brewer and sarah wroblewski that are going to be watching these develop and really going to be tracking them for you in the hardest hit areas. temperaturewise hot 187 norwood and boston, 86 in lawrence and ipswich, also down to plymouth, 80 in worcester today and 84 in manchester, new hampshire and 50s tonight and then sunshine, thursday and friday and increasing clouds and valley and scattered showers both morning and strongest storms in the afternoon here on sunday. back to you. >> samsung has temporary fix for exploding phones. next why the company believes a somewhere -- software update could turn phones back on.
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>> gene: samsung releasing update to prevent overheating. somewhere keep phones charging 60% battery and no word if the update will be available outside south korea and samsung has two and a half million phones after explosions and fires caused by faulty batteries. gene: users of orlando the software became available and later complained it tried to lock up phones. iphone and ipad owners plug into the device to restore them and problem was quickly
to get married when limo she was riding in got a flat tire. man came back and took the entire bridal party to the wedding and now bride tells us the limo company refunded all of their money, even gave the couple a free ride to the airport for their honeymoon. >> gene: patriots unveiling special uniforms wearing in upcoming thursday night game. gronk rocking new uni-and pats will use these in week three when take on houston closer look look at the uniform. >> portion go to children's fund. what do they smell like, you ask? we got one here in the newsroom,
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>> julie: worcester man in court after threatened driver with machete. for example 25 obtained exclusive video of the encounter coming up series of arrest that led up to early morning capture. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. september 14th. i'm julie grauert. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. brace yourself for strong storms this afternoon. >> shiri: 70s with sunshine and 72 in boston with milky skies developing with high, thin clouds, clouds will be seeping in from north to south as we go. just want to point out severe