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. now at 4:00, new details in an evidence room investigation. guns, drugs and hundreds of thousands of dollars all missing. the troubling turn that could put more cases at risk. concern is growing around and elementary school as kids return to class today. a nearby park littered by needams. what a local city plans to do every die problem far away from kids. happening today, donald trump will reveal the results on the "dr. oz show." the republican says that age is just a number. >> i feel just as good today as i was 30. >> the one thing oz is calling out about trump's health. >> announcer: complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. good morning, it is 4 a.m.
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a beautiful stretch of weather in store for us. cooler stretch of weather in store for us. meteorologist shiri spear says rain-free until sunday, shiri. >> shiri: i don't know if you like it, but i love the fact it is fall-like. 50 in beverly and 58 in boston my hot spot. 54 in worcester and 40s on spots of the map like norwood, keene, new hampshire and orange. temperatures are at risk of going down by a couple of degrees. and island. and gusts that are probably going to be around 25 miles per hour this morning. rest of the area, let's enjoy this sunshine. 6 a.m. temperature. about 58 degrees in boston. we will be up around 60 by 8 a.m. by lunchtime kick it up to 65. real gradual warm-up and temperatures are getting stuck in the 60s in boston. cape and coast upper 60s. that is it. inland towns and cities, we go
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especially compared to yesterday's 90 in boston. i will show you how long it lasts coming up. back over to you catherine for live drive-time traffic. >> catherine: the roads at 4:02 looking pretty good as you might expect. all green. pike of the city, 128 doing fine right now. not even a lot of roadwork except here on the pike. you can see flashing lights through brighton. and nothing in your way. the drive times, pike 24 minutes. connector a 20-minute ride. 4:02. dive teams begin searching for a young man that died while swimming in a local pond. last night heavy rain and lightning forced rescuers to leave the water. when the storm stopped, it was too dark to go back up. fox25 has learned the missing man is from plymouth and he is in his 20s. the victim and two friends were swimming off a poet when
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one person got back to the boat and tried to help the other two in the water. >> the person in the boat decided to toss them life jackets and the person went down started dragging the other person and let him go from there. >> daniel: the search will resume at 6:30 this morning. new this morning a 17-year-old is now facing several charges including home invasion and assault. beverly police arrested the teen in connection with a stabbing that happened yesterday. they say the suspect allegedly entered a home on livingston avenue andem stabbed the victim in the arm and torso. police and k-9 units found the teen in a neighboring back yard. the suspect is expected to be arraigned in juvenile court today. a malden man is accused of taking pictures up a woman's skirt while she was shopping at a dollar tree. crystal haynes talked to witness that the suspect is a manager at the store. >> reporter: a shocking discovery. >> that is crazy because i always shop there and that has never happened before.
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employee christine molina was caught upskirting. a witness snapped this picture. the suspect is a manager of the discount store and had exhibited odd behavior before. the news disturbing to long-time customers like candace. >> i normally wear jeans but sometimes my daughter wear skirts. i am concerned about that because i never heard that happen before. >> reporter: another customer in the store you a taking pictures and they called police. they selected surveillance video and confiscated his phone. >> the manager of a store, a family store, it's crazy. >> reporter: this malden mother is from brazil and immigrated from brazil for her family's safety. >> it is awful. makes us feel unsafe coming here, especially if i am here with my daughter. >> reporter: reporting in
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>> daniel: molina will be arraigned later this morning. elementary school students will go back to class in brockton while the city tries to clear up a nearby park. the park sits behind a school and littered with hypodermic needles. fox25 was there one month after the problem was brought to our attention. >> not acceptable for anyone to ever come across an inproperly discarded hype poe derr mick needle. we have zero tolerance this. >> catherine: the mayor says they will sweep it now that school has started. results of a new you had it reveal that more than $400,000 in cash, 4700 drug items and 60 guns all missing. some of the money and guns have been found, but six drug cases have already been dismissed because the evidence was compromised.
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cases could be impacted. >> if this went on for many years this will open up a can of worms and a whole pandora's box. they may have to look at the players convictions. >> the officer was in charge of the evidence room but she took her own life after being interviewed by an auditor. gloucesterer will hire an outside agency to investigate their chief of police. ch paid administrative leave and yesterday he stemmed down from his role with a nonprofit support program is. the organization funds his well-known angel program that sends people with drug addiction into treatment program instead of jail. campanello's attorney said it is related to a personal matter and not related to his duties as chief of police. we learned that a sergeant was placed on leave last week, but unclear if the two cases are
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accused of killing his girlfriend in metheun. newly released paperwork said she was killed when his son watched. he was laying in bed when his father went crazy. he is accused of strangling rosa in metheun. he has a history of domestic violence and even served jailtime for his abuse of rosa. police released new pictures of distinctive tattoos on the on his bicep, another one is a cross detailed on his back. anyone with information on his whereabouts to contact police. a worcester father accused of threatening another driver with a machete will spend the next week in jail. aldo rivera threatened to cut off another driver's head all while his children were in the car. despite what the video shows, the other driver he says was the real aggressor.
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and himself as best he could, and we will see how this works out as far as the court goes as far as self-defense. he was trying to protect him testify and his family. >> reporter: rivera was ordered held without bail and will be in court next week. hillary clinton will be back on the campaign trail after recovering from pneumonia. it all comes as we are learning of both candidates help. released medical records and today the dr. oz show will reveal his most recent physical [coughing] >> reporter: before hillary clinton goes back to the campaign trail, her team released a letter from her personal doctor who says the candidate has been examined several times and her health continues to improve. clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia last friday. the letter also contained a list of her current medications some of which prevent blood clots and treat allergies for blood pressure, heart rate and cholesterol all
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the doctor said the candidate is in excellent physical condition and fit to serve as president of the united states. >> my mom is so healthy. i hope i am as healthy at 38 as she is 68. i think people know about her health. they have seen her for, gosh, 40 some odd years being healthy, vibrant. >> reporter: donald trump is talking about his health in a different way on the "dr. oz show." >> why not share your medical records. >> i have no problem in doing it. should i do it? i don't care. should i do it. >> surprising the celebrity doctor we are details. audience members say the candidate discussed being overweight, his lack of exercise and his medications. >> according to dr. oz, everything was normal. no surprises. again, donald trump, cholesterol lowering drug. >> i feel as good today as i did when i was 30. >> reporter: i am mary maloney
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be on the dr. oz show. you can watch it here at 2:00 today this afternoon. donald trump will be in new york city where he is expected to announce his economic plan and head to new hampshire for a rally tonight. meanwhile clinton's running mate tim kaine will spend the night in portsmouth and exeter. it is 4:10. the mayor of boston plans to seek a second term. last night during an interview with wbz radio, marty walsh will be running four-year term. election will be next year. in 2014 he outseeded tom menino. the last time a sitting boston mayor lost reelection bid was 1949. >> the yankee also come to fenway park to start a massive four-game series with the red sox. baltimore's mark crumbo is the reason why. he sent a rick porcello pick over the monster.
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takes the line drive off the leg. it stung for a bit and he stayed in the game. his homer was the only run of the night for either team. orioles win 1- a look at the standings, sox up one up on baltimore. two up on toronto and four up on the yankees. drive times. 4:11 on your thursday. 93 from 495 to the leverett connector, 20 minutes. 128 from university ave to the weston tolls will take you 11 minutes right now. a >> shiri: tell you what, yesterday we were in the 70s but today we will be 50s. brace yourself to a cooler start of the day. 58 in boston at 5 a.m., but down to 57 degrees at 6 a.m. i will show you where we are dipping into the 40s this morning. a charged shell is all that is left of a man's car and the fire is caught on camera. how the driver managed to get away from the explosion in the passenger seat. a woman claims that a mbta bus driver discriminated against her for what she was wearing.
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. 4:14 right now and only on fox25 this morning, troubling accusation es made against a mbta bus driver. a woman wearing a hijab said a driver hold her to get to the back of the bus. fox25's jacqui heinrich spoke with passengers who say things quickly escalated from there. >> you are abusing us muslim women. >> reporter: she was so outraged what she saw she met
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they should do, first turning to facebook and sharing the video. >> felt like rosa parks. >> reporter: she along with three other witnesses we talked to say the drive of a mbta bus initially left the woman on the side of the road, but once she flagged him down and let her on, things got ugly. >> he didn't respond to my sentence. i don't know if that angered. >> the driver said he didn't have to stop for her and began shouting >> because you are behind me. stop talking and get back in the bus. >> reporter: the other riders, including george bar is grew concerned and called 911. a mbta inspector showed up and tried to twist her story to transit police making her out to be the aggressor is. >> the lady riding the white t-shirt said it happens every
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the hijab. it doesn't happen to you every day. >> reporter: witnesses say when they heard what was going on, they tried to give their own statement to transit police but were threatened with arrest. >> they threatened us with disorderly conduct and they would arrest us. yes, they did. >> he went on to say to us -- say to me personally i was being disorderly by having a conversation with him. he stepp said you are all -- asaid you don't want to hear my statement? >> reporter: fox25 tried to hear the report from transit police and they refused to difficult out any documentation saying that no official complaint was filed to mbta by the female passenger but she showed the confirmation receipt she wrote online after police turned her
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>> daniel: that was jacqui heinrich reporting. mass dot say they take the allegations of improper behavior very seriously. 4:17. give you a look at how the roads are doing. you can see on that map, plenty of green south of the city on the expressway, 128. just zooming up a bit. 128, 93 coming from the north. no problems to speak of. the pike doing just fine as well. a look at the pike through brighton. a single car moving eastbound. not too many problems this morning. drive times for you. route 1, 128 bridge, 14 minutes. 93 from the split to the pike, nine minutes and 495 to the leverett connector, 20 minutes there. and shiri, nice clear morning and maybe a morning to roll the windows down in the car. >> shiri: maybe. a little bit cool in a couple of spots in the 40s this morning you will want a little bit of a jacket. in boston, yeah, why not. upper 50s right now. a comfortable start to the day. we have rain so far this month falling short of half an inch. that places us an inch below average for just this month,
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average for the year so far. every weekend we check this. and update on the drought update and he it gets worse. i didn't think that the drought update will show any improvements if anything -- perhaps conditions getting a little drier across the area. 58 degrees in boston right now. and 48 in norwood. that is one of the cooler spots i am mentioning here. clear skies and it will go down by a couple more degrees. the forecast as we travel at 8 a.m., jacket conditions here until we warm back into the 60s. and by 10 a.m., 64 degrees. we have the highs close to 70 this afternoon, but it is a little tough to get quite there. so we are going to see a situation where with winds coming in off the water, the coastline ends up being cooler than inland towns and cities. don't worry about that little patchy cloud cover over the cape and out eastern massachusetts although we see a little bit of clouds there.
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temperature-wise cooler along the coastline, 67 in hyannis and chatham. 66 marshfield and mid 60s in hull. 70s in bridgewater and brockton. a little further north, upper 50s through brookline, quincy, beverly, rockport and portsmouth, new hampshire. a little inland, 70s. nashua and lowell will get up to 72 degrees. worcester at 68. low temperatures tonight back into the 40s and 50s. going morning than what you are finding this morning. if you can grin and bear it without that light jacket, you might not be able to do it tomorrow morning. just a heads up. it is feeling like fall and you need to break out the fall gear. temperatures tomorrow also a couple of degrees warmer for the afternoon. low 70s in boston, north shore, south shore and worcester and mid-70s in lawrence, bedford, norwood, up to nashua, new hampshire. the cape will run about 70 degrees for your friday.
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friday looking picture perfect. it is sunshine, it is high pressure. it is glorious out there. a little bit of a breeze may knock your temperatures in the afternoon by a couple of degrees on the coastline. saturday dealing with increasing clouds. daylight hours running dry as we head into the overnight hours. the chance for rain will start to go up and wanted to pause things here on sunday morning because as we have a warm front coming through, we do have -- we are on the warm side of this whole system. but we have the potential for scattered rain basically throughout the day. i do expect that sunday afternoon part of the day, and we will probably deal with those pockets of heavy rain straight into your monday morning. 77 on saturday. sunday, 79 and upper 70s into monday. back to you. a little boy is recovering after being hit by a car at his bus stop. coming up at 4:30, what neighbors are saying must be added to the neighborhood to prevent this from happening again. and since smartphone
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this morning a man is under arrest trying to burn
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police arrested joseph schreiber. he tried to burn down the mosque leaving a 100-foot hole in the roof. he has a long criminal history and could spend life in prison. a man falsely accused of a series of shooting in arizona is now suing the state. prosecutors charged leslie merit jr. with four shoot information and around phoenix. he spent months in jail before the charges were eventually dropped when an expert discredited the evidence that state had gathered. arrest and false imprisonment. another batch of test results have been leaked following a hack of the world anti-doping industry. a group of russian hackers released info on 25 athletes around the world. nothing incriminating in the leaked information. many say the russian group targeted the anti-doping agency after most athletes were banned from rio after it was revealed that russia took part in an elaborate state-run
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talking of a recent hack of his personal e-mail count. he called donald trump "a national disgrace" and an "international pariah." and anything that hillary clinton touches he screws up with hubris. an aide to powell said they were genuine but did not provide any comment. criminal charges for fake accounts made by wells fargo employees. wells fargo was hit with a $185 million fine for creating more than 2 million fake accounts. the bank fired 5800 people for improper sales tactics. samsung galaxy note users can't use their phones on planes and customers in new york city are being asked to turn off their devices before going on the subway. several reports of the note 7 exploding or catching fire especially when charging. new jersey transit are telling
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in a car. a florida man said the phone blew up and lit his car on fire. he got out of the car before it went up in flames. >> my life -- >> money cannot buy life. >> no. >> catherine: he is lucky he got out of that car. look at that. the car's owner will reach out to samsung with the hopes of getting a new phone and a new ride. a man is caught lurking around a person's driveway and what that person is accused of stealing that is costing the victim thousands of dollars. plus, runners missed their chance of qualifying for the
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v.o.: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump. trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. v.o.: ayotte agrees, voting six times to do just that, defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: well i certainly think that roe should be overturned... matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. v.o.: ayotte and trump, wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes is responsible for the
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now at 4:30, a dollar store employees heads to court accused of taking pictures up a skirt of a woman shopping. what police took from the
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kids returning back to elementary school. a local park littered with needles. what the city will do every day to keep the hearn problem away from kids. going out to dinner could cost you more. an alcohol tax and how the city plans to use it to fight drug addiction. >> announcer: complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. good morning, 4:30 thursday september 15, i am daniel miller. >> catherine: i am catherine parrotta in for julie grauert. cool weather. fall-like even. shiri spear says rain-free until sunday. >> shiri: rain-free until sunday. we are in good shape as this goes. okay shape. 5 to 15 degrees cooler right now than it was yesterday at this time. i wouldn't be surprised to see a little bit of cloud cover move through these towns and city. plymouth at 56.
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temperatures are still going down. lower 50s inch boxford and millis. town send at 47 and bedford new hampshire at 50. your day planner today starts most of us in the 50s at 7 a.m. it is cool and mostly sunny. sunshine today and at noontime, 67 degrees. there will be a little bit of a breeze out there. we get up to about 70 an a range as always and the range today 66 to 72. gusting up to 25 miles per hour. back to you catherine for a check of those roads. >> catherine: let's look at the roads. one accident in the billerica area on route 3 as move your way south. we will keep an eye on that. doesn't look like it is impacting anything too much at this hour of the morning. 128 and 93 moving just fine. the pike 128 and expressway moving north, those are in good shape right now. a look at the pike eastbound,

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