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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
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minutes ago and threat confined to areas north of the mass pike. want to say almost all of massachusetts and southern new hampshire currently in this risk area. now it has been expanded in the big concern is going to be for those damaging gusts. timeline here at 11:00 a.m. 78 still partly sunny but increasing clouds here at 1:00 p.m. 84, 85 in the boston area by 3:00 p.m. and shortly after that the risk will start. so at 5:00 p.m. risk for thunderstorms as the rain comes through it will could things near boston but after that we are drying out about 9:00 this afternoon. up ahead of our front, keep in mind, 84 to 88 and going to be hot out there and worst of the showers and timeline when they start, when they finish coming up in couple minutes. over to julie knew for live drive time traffic. >> julie: longer than usual drive time the last several hours there and heavy volume.
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pike seeing stop and go traffic after the weston tolls. then as approach allston-brighton tolls. here is live look at the pike and you can see bumper-to-bumper heading eastbound. over to the live drive time, 33 minutes on route 1 south from 128 to the tobin. about an hour and ten minutes on 93 south approaching the zakim bridge and hour and 15 minutes 128 southbound route 1 in peabody to the breaking news out of norfolk where car has hit a child. this happened 30 minutes ago on strawberry lane. quiet dead end street. no word yet on the age of the child or severity of the injuries but police tell us med-flight is at the scene and crew on the way and bring you more information as soon as we get it. >> daniel: developing this morning local police chief who gained national reputation for fight against the heroin epidemic is now off the job. >> julie: he is on paid leave
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on getting explanation from the chief all morning. >> michael: just hung up the phone with an attorney for chief leonard campanula and he says that a statement is coming into my inbox any minute now. excuse me if i keep refreshing it and so far still no answers is to why chief campanula has been placed on paid leave pending investigation and released last night and reached out to the mayor's office this morning for further explanation and have not heard back whatsoever. chief campanula is somebody who has a lot of stature in the community and not only here but nationwide. he helped create the angel program that helped battle opioid addiction and even got honor at the white house back in april and was called a, quote, champion of change. now, campanula is quoted in the gloucester times as saying he doesn't know what this internal
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concerns in 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. keep refreshing and as much statement in the next couple of minutes and updated report at 9:30. live in gloucester, michael henrich, fox25 scene was wild case of road rage and all unfolded steps away from a school. fox25 catherine parrotta live in worcester where man with a knife is headed to court. >> julie: court resumed for the day and plan today and all of this unfolding near a school in neighborhood where residents were shocked to find out exactly what had unfolded.
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fox25 obtained exclusive video in the encounter. listening to music 2:00 yesterday afternoon. but then. >> i heard someone say you want me to chop your head off? >> julie: it wasn't an empty threat. look at exclusive cell phone video. man in shorts and striped t-shirt 41-year-old aldo rivera and he had a maet used to threaten another driver that stopped to allow students to cross the street near burncoat high school. >> shouldn't even have a machete. that belongs in the garden. >> julie: police say ended up punching. >> kids at the corner but they just were congregating. >> catherine: but they weren't the only audience. police say rivera 17 and 13-year-old kids were in the car. witnesses to the shocking incident of road rage.
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we are supposed to be adults setting the example showing little kids how we are supposed to act and don't think we are doing a very good job. >> charged with assault and battery while threatening to commit a murder and we will keep you posted on that. for here in worcester, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> julie: faa trying to track down person that aimed a green laser. incident a jet was over hull. no one was hurt and flight kept going to los angeles. fourth time incident like this has happened the last few weeks. we reached out to united for more information. >> daniel: murder warrant out for ex-boyfriend of local mother killed in home. emelio delarosa is accused of strangling wanda rosa early monday morning in methuen. the couple's four-year-old son was at the apartment when mother died. police say delarosa took the boy to relative's house in lawrence
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are keeping a close eye on neighborhood in lawrence where delarosa lived. he was recently released from prison after serving a four-year sentence for kidnapping rosa at gunpoint. >> daniel: new this morning police have arrested a suspected cop killer in rhode island. officers say irving fenner killed officer in north carolina over the weekend before heading to coventry. hours before the arrest police stormed a home in providence but found empty. however, they did not arrest spinner's ha they did arrest fenner's half-sister. they believe she was helping him hide. it is unclear if she worked with officers to make the arrest. fenner will now be charged with first-degree murder. >> julie: update on breaking news we just told you want about out of norfolk where a car hit ate child. police confirm 26-month-old was hit at school bus stop. it happened around 8:30 on strawberry lane. we mentioned this is a quiet
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injuries butt police do tell us med-flight at the scene and have crew making way there and bring you more information as we get it. sentencing retrial for man that went on deadly crime spree 15 years ago set to begin in federal court in boston. jury gave gary sampson the death penalty in 2003 after he pleaded guilty to killing two massachusetts men in 2001. that sentence was later overturned by judge who found one of the jurors lied about her background. sampson was convicted separately >> daniel: police say there's no danger to public despite reports of strange man trying to abduct three teenage boys. officers launched a manhunt in townsend yesterday afternoon and man jumped out from rocks near the police station and startled them and man slapped one of them on the neck before running off. however, after checking surveillance video police say there's no threat to the public
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investigating. >> julie: massive fire and dozen firefighters battled the flames from the roof top stories of the four story buildings on rutland street yesterday. you can see them working hard in video. residents on the lower floors came home to discover they were spared the most serious damage. >> looked in and see the second floor up i could see the seals were white, meaning hasn't burnt through there. >> propane tanks and grills are illegal on roof decks and rear porches govhe boston. >> julie: what caused large house fire in cohasset. it started yesterday on rust way. sky fox captured the scene around noon. firefighters from several nearby towns were called in to help fight the fire. according to patriot ledger no one was home but family's dog died. >> daniel: good chance to extend lead and baltimore jumped
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home run off the sign above the green monster there and put orioles up three-zero. then two batters later another ball into the monster and orioles score five runs in the second and sox lose six-three and stacking look this morning toronto lost so sox had two game lead over the blue jays and orioles. yankees won so they are just four games back. >> julie: things still going out there. we are about hour and ten minutes on 93 south from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. >> shiri: 68 to 64 and looking pretty but afternoon drive home will be hot and humid and also storm and he show you what time the storms peak where you live and where you work next. >> daniel: a lot more coming your way. common item one woman had in her bag that caught her designer
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trump. live in washington with what was in the leaked e-mails. >> reporter: hacked from the colin powell critical of gop presidential nominee donald trump. retired four star general blast trump calling him a national disgrace and spokeswoman for powell confirmed the authenticity of the e-mail which news. online hackers went to dc leaks.com. it was in the process of destroying himself and no need for dem -- democrats to attack him. remember when trump questioned whether barack obama was born in another country. powell called racist movement. the trump campaign has not yet responded to powell alleged e-mails.
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jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> daniel: primary races too close to call last night. congressman frank guinta now winner. assure conceded defeat over an hour ago and carol shay porter in november and republican senator kelly ayotte also survived her primary challenge last night. she is now ifablely running againsma expensive race to new hampshire's history. in the governor's race republican primary between chris sununu and state representative frank edel blat remains too close to call and face carl van osterminal evacuated. >> julie: 21 kids suing president and government agencies to climate change and say their generations right to life, liberty and property are
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flooding. the young plaintiff want to know if the government let climate change happen and if they willingly supported companies producing a large amount of fossil fuel. >> daniel: man inspired millions of people through the als ice bucket college. endicott college named newest dorm pete frates hall yesterday afternoon. school in beverly which is where pete is from. former boston college baseball player diagnosed with als in 2012 at age of 20. banner. >> find way and find path and just remembering set something it is truly always possible and epitome of hard work and courage. >> daniel: moments after dedication students took part in the ice bucket challenge in pete's honor. pete's daughter will have free tuition, room and board to the
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dealing with slow conditions on the expressway. that's typical. pike where things are going through the allston-brighton area. you will see the reflected in the live camera too. 128 southbound still sluggish through the lexington area but look at this. threw through brighton things bumper-to-bumper and started to open up. so you can hold me to that. here are live drive times which aren't pleasant. hour on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 35 minutes on the expressway and a little over an h connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and, shiri, at least enjoying a dry commute this morning because it will be different this evening. >> shiri: risk of lightning and locally heavy rain, not going to be widespread heavy rain but there are scattered showers and storms coming through and have to watch out for strong damaging wind gusts attach to some of those storms. so in boston here 72? right now, still looking fairly bright, a lot of clouds that we are seeing
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getting that filtered sun and overtime clouds continue to thicken up and early this afternoon make it into the middle 80s, going to be a little bit muggy, but it is after about 4:00 p.m. so as we close in between four and five we will start to see the risk of storms in and around the boston area. keep in mind it is not going to be storming all afternoon and between four and seven right there could see passing storm and expect to see passing storm and does help lower the evening temperatures. so as rain comes through cool the reason i want to take you up here we do see the storms develop first farther north. so that means manchester between two and three the storms there and goes until 5:00 p.m. and cooldown and clear outgoing to start by dinner time tonight. so future cast here just to time out the changes, incoming front warm and humid here and noon time going to be partly sunny but there will be clouds weaving in there and bright in boston
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how the front is closing closinn southern new hampshire and why risk of storms popping up around then, continuing until 4:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. notice ipswich to lowell back to worcester, threat to pockets of rain and get yellows and oranges and locally heavy rain that i was mentioning and hard to determine exactly where those pulses will pop up, so we are all at risk basically for some downpours, for some damaging wind gusts. damage could be a little easier to come byec drought. so weakened a lot of shrubs, a lot of trees. wind damage will be a little more likely in this kind of scenario. by 6:00 p.m. boston we got the front row role close by and risk of storms around because the front actually coming through with risk of storms and then settles southeastern massachusetts here this evening and storms are weakening by 8:00 p.m. because we lost the daylight and warmth and sun goes down feeling the energy out of
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fade and weaken and 2:00 p.m. tomorrow, turn around, sunny, cool conditions, lower humidity as well and get through the stormy afternoon today and not going to be storming all afternoon long and 50s as we clear out after midnight and all sunshine all though, upper 60s and lower 70s for the most inland towns into cities. always in view lower 70s ruling thursday friday with plenty of sun, saturday increasing clouds and high about 78?, 76 on sunday with scattered rain possible both morning and afternoon but i am seeing the steadiest heaviest rain developing during the second half of the day. back to you guys. >> daniel: one local man political support could end up costing him.
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threatening steep fines for public display for donald trump. >> julie: plus this kid making lines for rugby field. how (?) (?)
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>> julie: burned out inside of the purse and woman says she wants others that bake to be aware of the danger and be careful leaving the machines near children. julie: apple store in green bay, wisconsin may sound like and specialize different kind open for the season on monday and fielding calls about the new iphone everyday since. the manager of the apam store says finds whole thing funny finding callers really wanted working on computers anyway. >> a lot of apple stores remodeling and been closed for sometime. so maybe they open up and wallah, here are apples with your apple.
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play-by-play kevin harlan able to have fun when trespassing fan run on the field. >> some goof ball in hat and red shirt and takes off the shirt. running down the middle by the 50. at 30, he is bare chested and banging his chest and runs the opposite way. he runs 50 and guy is drunk. chasing them. not going >> here comes blue coats. >> they tackle him at 40-yard line. >> daniel: best description later because nfl rules you can't really see what's going on down there on the field because they don't want people -- like gene mentioned this morning -- to repeat it but i thought it was great. >> julie: painted a vivid picture. i was getting riled up and
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julie: dominance on the field. it has all of us in awe. runs past, over, through, around. >> sound effects. >> julie: notice every single other kid wearing a helmet except for him. he single-handedly won the trophy. >> daniel: i see team some day. >> julie: plow and strong-arms everybody. >> shiri: wash out the for thunderstorms 8:00 p.m. and temperatures dropping back into the 60s. >> daniel: incredible crash
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tonight. >> so dramatic if you have thunder rolling in during the show. that's why we check in with meteorologist shiri spear. she will break it all down for us and how to prepare today and tonight. >> shiri: a little bit hit or miss and not guarantee one passes through and see pretty potent storm this afternoon as massive clouds and storms slides into second half of the day north grafton, 70 in hollis, new hampshire and 66 in londonderry. lower 70s ruling in natick and lexington and reading reading ad walpole and boston 62, brockton 71? and imaginic number and sandwich and wareham and looks good, feels good, high, thin clouds mixing with the sun and get thicker and thick and her noon time keep partly sunny and 83?.
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3:00 p.m. with storms clustered over northern mass and southern new hampshire and have potential kids coming home from school and southeastern mass and future cast coming up in couple minutes. >> julie: lexington area 93 and looks a little better proposing somerville pike i would say slightly better. remember i said check back in with me and ten minutes and slight improvement to what we saw around 9:18. drive times in the red, 23 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 47 minutes on 93 south, a little over an hour on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. julie: child struck by car. police confirm 26-month-old hit
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which is a quiet dead end street. no word yet on the extent of the child's injuries. police tell us the child was flown by helicopter. a crew heading to the scene and bring you more information as soon as we get it. julie: few hours we are expected to learn about possible police tampering. >> daniel: five cases have been thrown out because of the investigation and more could be on the way. fox25 jessica reyes live in braintree this morning where investigators, jess, are over years worth of files. >> jessica: yesterday alone two cases thrown out in dedham superior court because of the questions about this evidence and we understand that many more may be to come. santa della cruz walking out of
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with 29 grams of cocaine in their car. they told crews didn't understand english even after they told court they did not need a translator. evidence may have tampered with while setting inside braintree police department. drug charge and expected to start yesterday. >> there were get on hold on everything to see and still prosecute the case. >> requested an audit and concerned service about the evidence room and assigned to the evidence room 2013 up until the death and audit before passed away. and committed suicide before the review was to start. attorneys working the cases and many more to come.
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indicted on alleged drug violations and case now dismissed. >> jessica: town of braintree need to be made and handling of evidence by the braintree police department. >> audit may be back as soon as some point today and we will keep you posted just as soon as get >> julie: local police chief known for taking bold steps to help people struggling with drug addiction is on paid leave. live in gloucester with a brand-new statement for the chief's attorney. michael? >> michael: chief leonard campanula placed on paid leave but didn't say why.
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statement within the past several minutes from attorney terence kennedy. let me read you part of it right now. quote, it is our understanding that it has nothing to do with his duties as chief of police. we intend to cooperate fully to bring the matter to a swift conclusion. we are confident that once -- when all the facts are fairly and impartially reviewed, chief campanula will be expeditiously returned to his quote. sending regards to the chief to the community reassuring them that their faith in him has not been misplaced. chief campanula read national acclaim for his launch of the angel program that helps battle opioid addiction in the community. it is a program that has been copied across the region and the country. in april he even received honor at the white house being called a champion of change.
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coming and chief campanula and early part of investigation and internal investigation, the details to which we have not been privy. so we continue to work hard to find out why. there's one little clue there in the statement that i just read from the attorney it does not have to do with the duties as chief but continue to follow up with attorney kennedy with the chief himself and, of course, trying to get answers from the mayor which we have been doing -- tempting all morning. >> daniel: danvers police investigating crash with 70-year-old woman and hobart street. the danvers woman hit by silver suv when out walking and rushed to beverly hospital but did not survive. police told the crew on the scene the sun's glare may have played role in the crash. the driver did stop and cooperating with police right
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>> 60 people without power after crash in newburyport. yesterday afternoon a semi got caught in fire and see in the pictures here wires from the polls fell on cars but no one was hurt. >> julie: may robbie mclaughlin beaten and left for dead outside baseball park. 27-year-old from swampscott suffered a severe head only on fox25 the family now releasing video of the recovery at spaulding rehab hospital. hopes the person will come forward after seeing extent of glove lynn's injuries. >> i want them to feel ashamed of themselves. >> julie: he is beginning to walk and feed himself and ability to speak is very limited. >> daniel: clothing donation bins have been a target in one local town. police chief tells fox25 they
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helping themselves to donation bins around town. usually it is a group involved. one person crawls inside and tosses bags of clothes outs of the other seed and one case the group left a man inside the bin when police arrived. >> people need what we put in there. >> daniel: police say the clothes are valued thousands of dollars and sold at flea markets or by the pound after they are >> fancy burglars are under arrest in edgartown. man and woman you see here in the surveillance pictures broke into a home sunday night. both were dressed nicely and brought a bottle of wine. unclear if anything from inside the home was taken. >> julie: haverhill man with lawn full of donald trump fines says he will be fined thousands of dollars a day if he doesn't take them down. he received a letter last week saying trump signs take up too much space on yard. only 32 square of political
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early has 200 square feet. he doesn't understand why the letter is coming so late. >> they have been up since january and now all of a sudden trump is getting a little momentum and ordinance. >> >> julie: early could be fined up to throw hundred dollars a day and look at signs later this week. >> daniel: city of boston will test self-driving cars on the street and partner with the policies for the use of self-driving cars. the yearlong program will start next few months and those autonomous vehicles will be on some boston streets and also focus groups with local residents. daniel: judge says city of worcester must build walkway to the dcu center and project must happen immediately. telegram says the order is his part of long running lawsuit
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major taylor boulevard. the walkway will connect the hotel with arena and parking garage and project will cost $10 million. city promised to build walkway more than a decade ago. >> drivers on mass pike in newton will have to pay more under new proposed tolerates. and goal stop drivers from cutting through the city. transportation officials believe many people are driving through newton neighborhoods to avoid the current weston tolls. new trips from west newton t 70 cents more each way, largest increase over the new proposed rates. >> daniel: social media post said adele was planning a free concert turns out the to be a hoax. mbta tweeting out scam alert and adele not doing impromptu performance at "t" station. do not show up for her and help spread the word #fake. it started on the facebook page of local dj.
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interested in going. adele is performing in two sold out shows at td garden tonight and tomorrow. thousands of bruce springsteen fans will flock for the final show of the tour and as shiri has been telling us all morning, there could be a storm early in the evening and also if you were planning on buying a ticket today for commute rail train you're out of luck and all sold ou train leaves at 5:30 and start to head back to boston 30 minutes after the show ends. not bad. >> lots of stuff to do you good. springsteen, adele tomorrow.
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there, not the worst we have seen and humidity going to help fuel afternoon storms by tomorrow though and it is dry, it is comfortable and time out risk for storms today and when we could see wind damage next. >> daniel: hidden message that you won't see when the team takes the field. >> julie: new approach on fight against drug abus i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i know more about isis then the generals do. 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. i've had tremendous success, i think...
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>> daniel: driver slammed into three police officers outside gas station in phoenix and see the officer standing in the parking lot when the car hits them. police say driver was drunk and trying to run the officers over. it was one of the officers first day on the job. >> these officers could have easily been killed and thank god we are not funerals right now. >> daniel: all the officers are expected to recover. the driver will be charged with attempted first-degree murder and aggravated assault. >> julie: new details this morning in texas high school shooting. 14-year-old girl that brought a gun to school didn't even know the student 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. hit another girl twice before taking own life. older girl expected to be okay.
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maryland as bus full of children suddenly burst into flames. take a look look look at the vi. 20 kids on bus when it caught fire monday in college park, maryland. bus driver acted quickly and got everyone off while smoke filled the bus. the kids say they stuck together until they were off the bus. >> scared. i was about to cry so brother. >> 9:46. doctors in canada now allowed to inject hospital grade heroin into patients that are addicted to painkillers. new treatment of drug addicts and doctors must apply for government permission 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
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seat of car after adults in front page that overdosed. grandmother gotten custody six weeks before picture was taken and four-year-old will be moving to great aunt and uncle. adults in photo will be given narcan. >> thousands of item have been left on a chain linked fence near the pulse nightclub. 49 people when omar mateen opened fire inside the club. on monday the city plans to remove the fence and replace it with the memorial wall. that is 8 feet high. >> 128 northbound still heavy steady volume on the expressway with the braintree split up to morrissey boulevard.
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make way down southbound to right around route 2 in waltham area. but pike finally opening up until 10:00 a.m. live drive times seeing yellow and a little bit of hope on the roads. 37 minutes on pike eastbound as you approach mass ave. 39 -- 29 minutes on the expressway, 47 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. drive times are improving forecast a that may complicate the evening commute and damaging wind gusts will be the biggest worry because with the drought conditions we have actually substantially weakened a lot of local trees so the damage just more easily achieved without
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gust and state through area of mass and concern was shaded within the last hour and all of massachusetts and at least area south of the mass pike and coming through and triggering the storms today and she is up ahead of it, tap into the cloud cover, that's increasing here as we travel through late-morning and lunchtime today, going to turn partly cloudy and 82 in boston, got a lot of low mid-80s and and closer to boston and the mass pike by 5:00 p.m. not necessarily right here over nashua and future cast and giving you word of warning. risk by 5:00 p.m.
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areas like massachusetts until about 8:00 this evening and lose the heating of the day a lot of storms start to fade. even though it is tough to pinpoint exactly where we get the downpours today, look at trend. fact is some of you can end up with just a few hundred of inch of rain and pushing quarter inch. don't think we will get half inch of spots and pushing quarter inch of rain where we get the downpours. so locally heavy rain expected. we all need to stay alert. fox25 weatr will be the best friend, 87? in boston, 87 in norwood, 86 in lawrence and in plymouth, sea heat and humidity back in play. feels like summer and humidity dropping, skies will clear here after midnight tonight and 50s and wake up temperatures tomorrow and bounce into the upper 60s in boston and lower 70s further inland. just keep in mind looking for a silver lining here besides the
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because of the drought, it also helps knock down the pollen level for the day tomorrow so hopefully find a little allergy relief and cooler sunshine thursday and from the and 78? here on saturday with increasing clouds but then on sunday we got showers. risk morning and afternoon though the afternoon showers are looking a little leftier why spread and monday morning. back to you. >> daniel: samsung has temp phones. coming up next why the users
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trump: ...there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. vo: ayotte and trump: wrong for new hampshire women. women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> daniel: samsung announced new software update with note seven users and company says it will be r south korea users to overheat of the devices and software will keep phones charging up to 60% battery. no word if the update will be available outside of south korea. samsung has recalled 2.5 million of the homes after explosions and fires caused by faulty batteries. >> daniel: problem with apple operating system ios10. the software became available for download yesterday but soon
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phones. it appears the issue happened when people tried to download it without connecting it to a computer. iphone and ipad owners have to plug the device into the computer to restore the system. apple says the problem was quickly resolved. >> julie: update to story we first told you about local bride forced to hitch hike to her wedding. brookline woman got a flat tire and that resulted in picture. man dropped off kids, came back and then took the bridal party to the limo company refunded all of their money and gave the couple a free ride to the airport for the honeymoon. >> daniel: new england patriots are unveiling the special uniforms they will wear in upcoming thursday night game. take look. that is gronk rocking newun form. they will use them in week three when they will take on houston texans. you could see we are all
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kraft said after the pats won the first super bowl back in february 2002. yankee candles latest relos -- release represents last season. portion will go to papi's children fund and candles cost $27.99 and big question is what does it smell like. glad you asked because we have one with us right now >> julie: smell test. >> daniel: smells like soap or soapy. does smell clean. >> smells like victory. >> smells like deodorant. very strong. pungent. big papi retirement party. >> daniel: awesome to have a candle to commemorate you. >> candle to nice weather. saying good-bye? >> shiri: not today.
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jason brewer and sarah wroblewski that will be both here this afternoon and tracking storms and springsteen concert and early in the concert and clear out this evening and tomorrow we will have the weather and like me more. >> weather and like me more. >> >> thank you so much narrator: "by almost every measure, public charter schools have been a success." "they are models of inspiration." with "impressive results" ional 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. vote yes on 2. for stronger public schools. vote yes on 2. come on... dogs just won't quit.
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