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>> daniel: desperate attempts to save a swim and her conditions made it extremely difficult. >> michael: dollar tree employee got caught upskirting and how the man acted before the arrest. >> catherine: series of stories of drug companies jacking up the price for lifesaving medications. now change could be coming. the new plan that would force companies to get permission before complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: >> catherine: it is thursday, september 15th. i'm catherine parrotta. >> daniel: it is going to feel a lot like fall. shiri spear in the stormtracker weather center with look at much cooler temps and still dealing with 50s right now.
hyannis and nice that we have clouds in eastern in southeastern massachusetts. ocean effect clouds and what will happen and dissipate as get into the late-morning and afternoon. winds starting to pick up and sustained around 15 to 20 miles per hour and cape and islands and stronger gust on order of 20, 25 miles per hour and 20 miles per hour gusts during the first half of the day. through noon and then start to subside as well this afternoon. you can see sun comes out, looks bright and beautiful here for the second half of the day, temperatures getting into the upper 60s. rule for the coast and cape will be temperatures out about 67? inland towns and cities back into the lower 70s. back over to you, catherine, for live drive time traffic. >> catherine: looking at map because slow, slow morning and 128 jammed up there as you get between burlington and
93, jammed up, in fact, as go through stoneham, medford, somerville, jammed up on route 1 as well as try to make way to boston. here we go, taking look at south of the city the expressway just solid line of red through quincy and milton there and also jammed up on pocket as go through needham on 128. here is look at pike going eastbound, not too bad in that spot as go through brighton and drive times for you, pike 44 minutes, 93 take you 33 minutes, 93 from 495 to the leverett connector 48 minutes there. >> daniel: rehoboth. that's where police have closed down an area around cumberland farms. located on route 44 right at intersection of route 118. there's a man barricaded in his car. police are on the scene and encouraging people to avoid the area. looking to bring you more information and updates throughout the hour. the search resumes this morning for swimmer that disappeared in a plymouth pond. police say the man was out on the boat with friends.
made it back to the boat. >> catherine: fox25 jessica reyes live at herring pond where crews have continued the seven this morning. jess? >> jessica: area where primary searching around the bend and can't quite see them at this point and several boats, several divers out in the water at this hour all trying to find the missing swimmer. boats entered the water once again this morning to continue a swimmer. it was more than 12 hours ago now that 26-year-old man jumped off a boat into great herring pond. >> got to feel for the people, parents. i feel bad for them. >> friends and family members comfort one another at waterfront home last night waiting for the search to resume this morning. at least five boats in coast guard chopper spent three hours searching for men wednesday. primary search area near the center of the pond closer to the plymouth side.
>> 100 feet deep and springs all over the place and i mean 50, 60, 70 feet in places. >> jessica: fox25 learned the missing man from plymouth. two and friends, man and woman, took boat out to pond yesterday afternoon and all three jumped in and never came back out. boat drifted so far and swimming back to it. the woman was the first to reach the boat and tried to help both friends. >> person in the boat went down and started dragging the other person and then let them go from there. >> jessica: along with plymouth we know there are crews there from several surrounding towns. duck bury, hanson and helping out with this and very massive search, very big pond so we know they have at least three staging areas where boats and divers going into the water. at this point we know there's no missing sign of swim and her
another live report coming up in half hour. live in plymouth, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> catherine: 17-year-old facing several charges including home invasion and assault. stabbing happened yesterday. the suspect allegedly entered a home on livingston avenue and demanded money and stabbed the victim in the arm and torso. police in canine units found the teen at neighboring backyard. the suspect expected to be arraigned in salem juvenile court today. >> employee at local store will head to court accused of taking upskirted photos of woman shopping. this morning people who were there during the arrest are telling us the suspect is the store's manager. fox25 michael henrich has the latest from malden. >> michael: upskirting arrest
he manages. upskirting in very public place. >> i always shop here and never happened before. >> michael: malden police say this man, 29-year-old christopher molina took pictures of a woman shopping at dollar tree where he working on broadway around 4:30 yesterday afternoon. they say a customer saw it happen and called police. a witness snapped this picture after police arrived to make an arrest and sent to melanson had exhibited odd behavior before. what's more, a fellow employee says melanson is manager. >> manager of a store, family store. it is crazy. >> michael: customers are deeply disturbed. >> awful. makes us feel unsafe to come here. >> michael: they confiscated molina cell phone and he will be in court and we will be as well
for now i'm reporting in malden, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> catherine: shocking investigation into the braintree police department uncovers large amounts of money, drugs and guns missing from the evidence room. results of a new audit reveal more than $400,000 in cash, 4700 drug items and 60 guns all went missing. some of the money and guns have been found but six drug cases have already been dismissed because evidence was compromi attorneys believe another 400 cases could be impacted. >> if this went on for many years it would open up can of worms and whole pandora's box and look at prior convictions. >> catherine: officer susan zopatti was in charge 2013 until the past may. that's when she took her own life after being interviewed by an auditor. gloucester going to hire outside agency to investigate their chief of police.
placed on paid leave tuesday night and yesterday he stepped down in role with nonprofit support program. the organization funds well-known angel program that sends people with drug addiction treatment programs instead of jail. campanula's attorney says it is related to personal matter, not related to chief of police. a guard was placed on leave last week and unclear if the two cases are related. >> daniel: new details as man accused of killing girlfriend in methuen. newly released court paperwork she was revealed while sun watched. four-year-old says he was lying in bed with his mother wanda rosa when emelio delarosa went kris. he is accused of strangling wanda rosa and he has even served jail time for abuse of his wife. police also release new pictures of some distinctive tattoos on
his bicep and another detailed cross on his back and asking for anyone that might have information on whereabouts to contact them. >> catherine: worcester father accused of threatening a driver with a machete will be in jail. aldo rivera threatened to cut off another driver's head all while revere rivera's two children were in court. yesterday in court he said the driver was the real and back in court next week. >> daniel: yankees will start a four game series with red sox and sox lead back down to one game. mark trumbo is reason why. he sent pitch well over the monster and few batters later more troubles for pasello and line drive off the leg and stung for a bit and the homer was only
team. orioles win one-zero. sox one game up, two ahead of toronto and four up on yankees. >> catherine: 9:10, every ten minutes for drive times for you from the braintree split to the pike on 93. it is going to take you 34 minutes. 93 from 495 to the leverett connector, 45 minutes and 128 from university ave to the weston tolls 24 minute ride. shiri? >> shiri: did i mention it is going to be a slow warm-up. 62 in boston, 63 by 11:00 this morning, we are still just working way toward the middle 60s. we have on and off clouds this morning. i will show you which towns and cities make it back up to 70 next. >> daniel: neighborly fight ends with giant fight and tears. >> i don't know if i can handle
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next hour. the bill stop drug office costs from surging. epi 600 now up from $100 in 2008 approximate this bill would not set drug prices and explain why it wants to increase the price. the drug maker would have to justify a price hike more than increase. next week the maker of epi pen will appear before congress to talk about the price increase. now there really isn't much time to get a bill passed in this congress. only here for a few more weeks and lawmakers say this is really to build momentum for next year for legislation to pass then. reporting live in washington,
>> daniel: first stop for hillary clinton since becoming sick and she has been battlingen in umia and comes as donald trump comes down with dr. oz to go over his medical history. hillary clinton health continues to improve and she was diag last friday and there's a list of current medications some of which prevent blood clots or treat allergies. blood pressure, heart rate and cholesterol all within normal range and doctors say the candidate is in, quote, excellent physical condition and fit to serve as president of the united states. >> my mom is so healthy. gosh, i hope i'm as healthy at 38 as she was at 68. they know a lot about her health
being public figure being healthy, vibrant. >> daniel: donald trump talking about his health in a different way on the dr. oz show. >> why not show medical records. >> i have no problem doing it. i have it right here. should i do it? i don't care. >> doctor with details and audience members say the candidate discussed being overweight and lack of exercise and medications. >> according to dr. oz everything seemed donald trump says he is on statin, cholesterol lowering drug. >> i feel as good today as i did when i was 30. >> daniel: donald trump will be on the dr. oz show today and watch it right here on fox25 at 2:00 this afternoon. trump himself will be in new york city today as well. he is expected to announce the economic plan. he will then head to new hampshire for rally tonight. meanwhile, clinton running mate tim kaine will spend the day in
campaign events. >> catherine: new this morning massachusetts trying to make it easier to access medical marijuana. suggested changes to rules faster process for patients and let nurses prescribe marijuana. currently only doctors can write the prescriptions. urn the -- under the proposed laws dispensary websites and letting them shop around to find the best price. new changes would allow for delivery to nursing homes and have difficulty going t dispenseary. catherine: 9:17. expressway still a solid line of red there as you go through quincy and milton and 128 trying to work way up through needham and newton, pretty slow there as well and pike jammed up from framingham as make way eastbound coming from the north and headed south 128 still jammed up in burlington and lexington and jammed up in medford on 93 and on route 1 right in the malden chelsea area as try to make way to the city. take look at pike now going
brighton. here are drive times, route 31 minutes, 93 from the split to the pike 34 minutes, 93 from 495 to the leverett connector and improving slightly. 46 minutes there. bright day out there. not too warm though, shiri, at least for some people. >> shiri: start out in the 40s and 50s, layering game and 60s and better for the short sleeves and rainfall and lack for the year, we are over over an inch alone september below average and this is having a huge impact on our drought situation. i do have the new drought monitor coming up in the next half hour and 62 in boston, 61 in lawrence and in norwood. 62 in fitchburg. let's check out plymouth. plymouth we have had some on and off clouds this morning. right now one of the moments where the clouds are pretty thick and it is because the winds are coming in off the water. also a little bit breezy and
gusts around 20, 25 miles per hour along the coastline in particular south shore cape and islands. so clouds in plymouth aren't going to last all day but mostly cloudy skies and much of the morning hours and get you into the upper 60s and clear you out during the afternoon. notice by 9:00 this evening we are back down to 57?. so boston itself is going to probably just get stuck in the 50s. driving ocean effect clouds this morning and going cooler temperatures at coastline. and 70s and maynard and worcester where it is only 68?. at least starting and ending with the sunshine there. overnight it is going to be
means more 40s on the map tomorrow morning and end up being the coolest morning we have seen so far this season. it is going to involve like i said those layers and making sure the kids are dressed properly for the warm afternoon, chilly morning because in the afternoon it is low and mid-70s here for your friday. friday easy going. friday we got high pressure, got a little sea breeze to watch, that's about it. going to be nice and bright. saturday the changes start and want to pause things up at 5:00 p.m. sunday. in come the cud stay dry and time get up on sunday morning at 8:00 a.m. north and west of boston we have the chance of some scattered showers even slight risk in boston, better chance we will pick up afternoon, evening and going to bring in probably heaviest rain of all on sunday night. so this afternoon, tomorrow afternoon, mostly sunny, and we got lower 70s for highs, 77 on saturday with increasing clouds. sunday 79 with scattered showers
>> catherine: farm in exfer, rhode island was supposed to host a wedding but ruined by the smell of manure. they postponed wedding two years while bride was battling breast cancer and thought the day. >> she was crying and thought it would send people home because the smell is overwhelming. >> catherine: that is terrible they are suing the manure dumped the day before the wedding. he is fine to be upset but should have left the bride out of it. >> daniel: tom brady made million dollars off of his body
he tells new york magazine he has never eaten a strawberry, ever. he has never had a desire to eat strawberries, never tried one and never plans to do so. >> i don't believe that. >> daniel: mom had to make peanut butt and her strawberry sandwich. >> i don't like industry berries either but i have had them. favorite dip during football games. guacamole getting own is making gawk the -- guac the star. also a modest selection of tacos, burritos in case you don't want guac. >> daniel: sounds tasty. >> catherine: my husband would like it. >> daniel: i would like it too. >> shiri: i would like it too.
guacamole. big temperature difference and ten? cooler this morning and look at this 20? cooler in the afternoon. got look at how long it stays a little bit cooler, more fall like coming up. >> jason: students in brockton are getting ready to go back to the bathroom today. so why are we still finding dirty heroin needles outside the v.o.: kelly ayotte says she's on
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>> daniel: morning where you want to have a light jacket on hand. >> catherine: shiri spear in stormtracker weather center. not bad. might need a little sweater this morning. >> shiri: most of you short sleeves this afternoon. here is bump in the plan today. we got winds coming in off the water right now. pretty breezy conditions across the south shore, even into boston here, cape and especially islands. wind at 21 miles per hour. so definitely breezy but also
swell. 65 in hyannis, 64 in marshfield. 62 in boston. i know you guys are seeing the clouds now. do you take a much brighter turn this afternoon now. conditions are brighter somewhere like lowell 60? and even in worcester at 57. but we all get to soak up the afternoon sun. it is going to be breezy, 67 at noon, 70 here at 3:00 p.m. and 62? at 7:00 this evening. send you back to catherine for live driv improvements on map. busy morning. 128 still really jammed up there between burlington and lexington. 93 you're jammed up in the pocket as you go through scone am into medford there. zooming out a little bit see the pike there jammed up as you go through framingham, looks like crash on pike going eastbound as well and perhaps could account for some of the delays in framingham. expressway jammed up in quincy and milton, 128 as you go through needham and newton. here is look at pike as you go
route 1 still a slow spot on the map, going to take you 25 minutes, 93 from 495 to leverett connector, 43 minutes, pike from 495 to mass ave looking at 35 minute ride. >> daniel: breaking news in rehoboth and closed down an area around cumberland farms. located on route 44 right at intersection of route 118. we have learned a man has barricaded himself in a car. police and swat team members people to avoid the area. working to get you more information and bring you updates throughout this morning. dozens of needles found in a local playground near elementary school. now crews are working to clean up the mess. but they say they have a big job ahead of them. >> catherine: jason law live outside and you showed us at 7:00 you found another needle in
>> jason: they are everywhere in the park and maintenance crews in school district with city coming out after the initial story ran yesterday at 6:00 p.m. but this is a big problem. there's no question about it police will have to get a handle on this. problem is public park, city owned park here to the side of the school and for whatever reason hot spot for heroin use here. i was out here yesterday found 14 used heroin needles. maintenance workers looking for dirty needles outside barrett russell elementary. kids went back to class yesterday morning. needles littered throughout the park. >> it is not acceptable. >> jason: last month we asked what they were doing about the problem. we found needles with evidence of heroin use all over the park. we went back and found not much had changed.
needles while we searched and gathered needles three brockton police officers went to see what we were doing. we were told mayor bill carpenter would come out to talk to us. >> very few needles found anywhere near the school. i think the prior story, portray this as being a play area where five-year-old coming out. >> there's a playground. i can see it. >> we don't want needles >> jason: we found one next to the live shot, a couple steps from the camera. >> message to the parents very simple, children are completely safe in this school. >> jason: we did make effort to talk to the school district and all they would tell us maintenance crews with the district and city will be combing grounds around the school looking for loose needles, dirty discarded needles before school starts and say they will be out there every
brockton, jason law, fox25 news. >> daniel: divers are back searching a pond in plymouth after a man disappeared while swimming with friends. friends say they are all out on the boat and when they jumped in the water the boat drifted off leaving them stranded. fox25 jessica reyes is live at herring pond where we have already just seen several boats out on the water this morning. >> we have, daniel. area where they are searching is just south of us. this right there, several boats in the water, several divers in the water continuing the seven for missing swimmer this morning. we have video we want to show you now. shot around 7:00 this morning and see here the plymouth harbormaster loading boats into the water and they are part of the seven along with crews from borne, duxbury and hanson just to name few of the towns helping out with all of this. we know the swimmer is 26-year-old man, apparently out in boat with two friends, man and woman and jumped off the
of them when boat ended up getting away from them. two other people they got back to the boat but unfortunately this man he never came back out of the water. crews did seven for -- search for him for a couple hours and it was getting dark out but thunderstorms were starting to roll through the area. now, this morning we are checking in with crews at this point they have not found any sign of this missing swimmer but, of course, we are going to continue to check in with them throughout the day and updates for you here on the fox25 news and live in plymouth, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> catherine: frightening scene brings back tragic memories in town. brentwood placed neighborhood in lockdown after receiving reports of suicidal man with a gun. officers later found a man dead inside a home. this is the same neighborhood where officers steven arkell was shot and killed two years ago after responding to reports of disturbed reports of man with a gun.
kidnap. the three teenagers say they were walking by the townsend senior center where a man jumped out from rock and tried to grab them. officials say they reviewed surveillance and send for the man but after an investigation they don't think anything happened. >> toddler from norfolk recovering this morning after hit by car feet from school bus stop. two-year-old boy was with his mom and older brother when he ran out into grove street and the car hit him. he was flown to the hospital but was parents were shaken up and calling for action. >> i think there should be speed bump there. i don't know what they can do. >> people go flying down the street. >> police say the driver stayed on scene and no word if speed was actor and so far no charges have been filed. >> catherine: death penalty
unsuitable to serve on the jury. everyone else called back for more in depth questioning this week. he was convicted 2003 of killing two men from massachusetts and another from new hampshire. judge later tossed his sentence after he found out juror lied about her background. catherine: mark wahlburg regrets asking for a pardon. he caused quite commotion in 2014 when he made an arrest. requested request to the massachusetts parole board probably wasn't the best idea. when he was 16 he spent 45 days in jail after convicted for beating man with wooden club. >> daniel: thief stole thousands of dollars of tools from local business owner. surveillance video caught this man driving his truck into a driveway knocking on his door and helping himself to smith's
on grinders, drills, jacks, all kind of stuff. >> daniel: relied on trucking work and business has gone down without them. police say they are still investigating the theft. >> catherine: slow moving train has derailed of dreams of competing in boston marathon. allentown, pennsylvania say a train crossed the course stopping runners from minutes and left runners hoping disqualifying times. the boston athletic association has only accepting official race times and registration for the boston marathon opened on monday. >> daniel: famous local businessman putting family's name on two of boston's historic theaters. the globe says ernie boch junior has agreed to purchase naming rights for wang and shubert theaters. it will be known as wang theater atback center and shubert
>> daniel: men's soccer game left with mini hurambi night. school says name stands for bringing people together and students say the marketing ploy worked. >> i think they knew it was a a lot of students come to the game because of it. >> don't think is anything. got to be relevant and doing good job of it. >> plenty students showed up last nate and saw river hawks big two-one win against brown. >> catherine: 9:39 now and we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. drive times on expressway from the split to the pike and take you 32 minutes. 93 from 495 to the leverett
minutes. shiri? >> shiri: watching several things including full moon coming and up full harvest moon and call full corn moon and got clear skies, we also got really chilly overnights where we are talking temperature in the forsyth and the -- 40s and 50s and preview what to plan around for the weekend. >> chick-fil-a looking to open up next another restaurant in the bay state. tell you about the new location for the popular chain. >> catherine: boston city out. out. glass of wine could narrator: "by almost every measure, public charter schools have been a success." "they are models of inspiration." with "impressive results" and "eye-catching educational gains." it's turned my son's life around. narrator: "charter schools amount to hope" for kids all across massachusetts. question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education.
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something goes wrong. >> catherine: plan to tax alcohol getting second look in boston. two city councilors proposed idea at meeting last night. they say 2% tax on alcohol could potentially raise $20 million. they say that money would be used to fund shelters, addiction outreach and therapy. some people we talk to wouldn't way a little bit more on crisis. >> i think it is a idea and i mean anything is good to help. >> there has been some opposition from counselor tito jackson. he is concerned about the tax pushing people to bars and restaurants outside the city. >> daniel: 9:44. pneumonia teacher told student to stop playing with wrapper but
open and parents are glad he tested negative for the drug. >> horrible and grateful kid didn't digest this. you know, thank god he wasn't giving it to another student. >> daniel: trenton police are trying to figure out exactly where the five-year-old got the drugs. daniel: police in hartford, connecticut were taken to the hospital after being exposed to hundreds of thousands of dollars of powdered heroin. officers were in the middle of a drug bust tuesday whe amount of raw heroin in the air. ambulances were called when some of them started feeling nauseous and throwing up. and get the exposure. >> catherine: customers in new york city trying to turn off devices before getting on the subway and several reports of note seven exploding or catching fire and new jersey transit
same. the phones might not be safe in car either. florida man claims the phone blew up and lit car on fire. you could see that there. said just had enough time to be in the vehicle before it went in flames. >> catherine: car owner going to reach out to samsung in hopes they will give him new phone and new ride. >> daniel: push to emoji with a woman wearing muslim head scarf. she is disappointed there's not emoji to represent woman like her and invited to present proposal to international committee which reviews and develops new emojis. >> catherine: 9:46. one last check how the roads are doing. see pike there, the accident has cleared on pike going eastbound
through framingham, expressway still jammed up there as and slow crawl go through revere into chelsea trying to make way into boston there and also 93 jammed up in medford 128 jammed up in burlington and lexington. here is look at pike right now. you could see cars moving well as you go through brighton and drive times for you. route 123 minutes, 93, 495 to leverett connector, 51 minutes, 128 from route 1 to the weston tolls and still take you 45 minutes rig nice and sunny out there, but i know that's not all good news. >> not all good news but drought monitor a lot worse when updated an hour ago, so what we have right now is extreme drought conditions for 52% of massachusetts and 20% of new hampshire. this has been expanded merrimack valley and down into southeastern massachusetts and this is because we have had a string of warm days twice in the last week.
before average rainfall. right now start out with high pressure driving and that's keeping most of us and see some clouds though in eastern and southeastern massachusetts and patchy cloud cover through the morning forecast. boston 62?, seeing the blend of sun and clouds but the wind like i said coming in from the northeast and dragging in ocean moisture. next 12 hours in the city of boston, partly cloudy skies here at 11:00 a.m., 65?, 66? here at 3:00 p.m., with sun for coming home from school still in the mid-six as you head home from work later on today. future cast incorporate wind gusts because we are going to see winds gusting 15 to 25 miles per hour here the rest of the morning through about lunchtime. strongest gust coming from the south shore as well as the cape and islands but boston could end up with 20 miles per hour gust here in the next couple of hours during the afternoon. clouds erode, winds lighten a little bit here, temperaturewise it is going to be mild and it is
of the onshore flow. means 67 in braintree and dedham about 69 there. it is a little struggle to get up to 70 everywhere. we have more 70s in fitchburg, up to manchester, new hampshire. worcester today 68? in 67 and hyannis. low temperatures, a lot of 40s on the map and window open this evening, that's fine but might want to shuth might be fun to wake up to temperatures in your house tomorrow morning and require added layer on top of short sleeves because look at how beautiful it end up here friday afternoon and low and mid-70s, we got sunshine, transition day is on saturday, you could see increasing clouds, temperatures back into the upper 70s. by the time you wake up sunday morning there's a slight risk of shower. best bet north and west of boston for sunday morning rain but as the afternoon goes on it is going to be spreading across southern new england here and
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new hampshire women. women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> catherine: justice department continues to push for criminal charges opened by fake accounts for wells fargo employees. comes co 2 million fake accounts and the bank fired people the last few years for improper sales tactics. >> daniel: hack of the world antidoping agency. group of russian hackers released information on 25 athletes from around the world. there's still nothing incriminating in the leaked information. many say the russian group targeted the anti-doping agency after most russian athletes banned from rio after it was revealed russia took part in an
>> catherine: dedham residents will have a place to get coffee and chicken sandwiches and licensed request for starbucks and chick-fil-a in town hall meeting tonight. starbucks want to set up shop in legacy place and chick-fil-a set to open near the dedham mall. >> daniel: ucla freshman getting attention for bossy letter. she wrote first e-mail and never heard back and followed up with student was -- student made sure she was not stuck with the bed or closet she did not want. there should be two white closets, i'm taking one of them and want the desk near the window, plain and simple and ends the letter talking about her bed for a third time saying a final reminder i'm getting the top bunk. be interesting year for them. it should be at least.
been putting embarrassing pictures on facebook. the girl claims the pictures are making her life miserable. she says the parents have put up more than 500 notes last seven years showing situations diaper changes to potie training. if she wins the parents may have to pay compensation in daughter's legal cost. >> i will keep that in mind. >> florida teacher turns surprise at real life lesson for students. 9-foot miami. science teacher asked and next week the students were scheduled to learn about species which invade unnatural habitats. >> they were actually able to see it here, not just book wise or video wise, they were able to see it in real life. >> actually helped a lot of us to understand the concept. >> still don't know where the snake came from.
fans from maine. they were at monday night's game when david ortiz hit home run that tied him with mickey mantle person that caught the ball first said no and got to give big papi it after the game and exchange for pictures and autographs. >> couple baseballs throw in trophy case and still new england icon like ortiz is kind of once in lifetime thing. >> daniel: fan said he thought about keeping the ball but since said he was happy to give it up. >> shiri: highs around 70 couple spots even boston and getting stuck in the upper 60s
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