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. now at 4:00 today, a man is set to face charges accused of sparking a long standoff. eat valuation he has been ordered to get after threatening to blow up a gas station. donald trump is once again bringing up a birthplace to the president. the reason he now says he believes president obama was born in the u.s.a. and the sox-yankees game about this morning. the dramatic comeback that rewarded people that stayed up late. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning. we made it to friday. 4 a.m. september 16, i am daniel miller. >> catherine: i am catherine parrotta in today for julie grauert. get ready to start the day with a big chill. it is chilly out there. we are waking up to the coldest morning we have seen all month. meteorologist shiri spear in the stormtracker weather
>> shiri: here is the problem. still getting colder. the longer it is dark the colder it will get. 57 in boston. i am expecting boston to get to 56, 54. 44 in bedford. 46 in nashua, new hampshire. now 51 in worcester. 45, hyannis. the temperature reading out of the vineyard, 49 degrees. a secluded station that tends to get colder. clear skies. at 8 a.m. 53 in metro west. a couple of clouds moving through like yesterday. i tend to think a little less cloud cover. by lunchtime back up to 70. nice and bright this afternoon with high temperatures ranging from 68 to 74. the warmer and wetter turn we make coming up. catherine has live drive-time traffic. 4:01 on your friday morning. plenty of green out there and
123 and 128 doing fine. 128 moving well. a look at the pike, no one getting in your way. the drive times, pike 25 minutes, 93 from the split to the pike 9 minutes. 93 from 495 to the leverett connector will take you 20 minutes right now. today a man who threatened to blow up a massachusetts gas station will be charged with a series of crimes. police arrested benjamin kimball after a long standoff at this cumberland farms in rehoboth. officers saihe tried to set a gas pump on fire with a cigarette lighter. kimball was captured by a police dog as he tried to run from the store. neighbors saw the standoff end. >> he was calm as anything. i was standing right in my driveway and could you see him very closely. >> catherine: this is video of the arrest. kimball spwrounded by --
for erale situation. a driver involved in this hit-and-run turned himself into the police. romero walked into the police station with his lawyer. he told police he hit a 19-year-old girl across from the hawk's nest cafe. the victim was left unconscious in the street. he was cited for leaving from the scene of the accident and speeding. it appears that a cigarette is to blame for a fire in weymouth that destroyed part of a house last night. look at the flames and smoke pouring home on east street. three people were home when this fire broke out around dinnertime. the homeowner was cooking dinner when her tenant alerted her to the danger. >> she came over running to me -- the tenant that there was something on fire and she couldn't get it out. it got out of hand. just went up in a matter of seconds actually. >> catherine: despite how quickly the fire spread, no one was hurt. the red cross is helping the three people left homeless.
formally recalled the galaxy note 7 cell phone and her urging people to stop using the phones and power them down immediately. the recall involves 1 million of the smartphones following dozens of fires and explosion caused by the phone's battery. new galaxy note 7s will be shipped to stores and available no later than september 21. that is next wednesday. for more details on the recall head to our web site at fox25boston.com. >> phones go on sale. overnight our cameras spotted a line of people waiting outside the apple store on boil our top stories street. they are waiting to get their hand on the new iphone 7 and 7 plus; however, not too many people will leave the with them. the 7 plus is sold out worldwide. the new versions are water resistant, have better cameras, and they are thinner because they don't have a traditional headphone jack.
ringing out on a busy new york street. police opening fire when a man armed with a meat cleaver went on a rampage that happened right outside of penn station. the suspect remains in critical but stable condition. fox25's john moynihan reports the violent run-in may have started with a parking booth. >> he noticed there was a booth he was very upset. >> reporter: 3-year-old akram >> reporter: 3-year-old akram amrah went ballistic when he saw his car booted and they went to question him and he pulled out a meat cleaver. >> opened his car and pulled out a knife about this big -- a butcher knife and started swinging. >> reporter: he took off on foot running toward penn station. an officer tried to deploy a taser. >> he struck the suspect without apparent effect. >> reporter: judah kept on running and then stopped and
city police cruiser responding to the call. at that point the off-duty detective tried to subdue him and was attacked. >> the detective was struck in head by the cleaver causing a 6-inch gash from his temple to his jaw. >> reporter: police open fired on the suspect firing 18 times. the new york city commissioner was asked if 18 shots were too many. >> the officers fired sufficient rounds to stop the i want to commend them for their bravery and performance of duty. >> reporter: i am john monahan, fox25 news. >> catherine: the detective hurt remains hospitalized in serious condition. two other officers have nonlife-threatening injuries. closer at home this man is in police custody threatening with blowing up the laconia police department. lawrence bears is accused of
from the police station. the laconia paper said he found homemade bombs on him. he pled not guilty. after years question building president obama was born in america, touch's campaign released a statement saying he now believes the president was born here. it came just hours after trump told the "washington post" he was not ready to say if he thinks that president obama was born in hawaii. takes credit for uncovering trump's birth certificate and it was actually hillary clinton to start the so-called birther movement when she ran against the senator in the democratic primary in 2008. last night donald trump made a campaign stop at laconia middle school in new hampshire. the economy took center stage during the rally. trump said outsourcing and unemployment rates are not just a problem for the american people but his
made in flint, and you couldn't drink the water in mexico. >> daniel: trump talked about his immigration plan and the plan on national security and trump told the crowd he will build the wall he has been promising. vice presidential nominee tim kaine visited the city. and he spoke on climate change and student loan debt campaign trail in north carolina. the democrat tried to put questions of her health at rest. >> i am not great at taking it easy even under ordinary circumstances, but with just two months to go until election day? sitting at home was pretty much the last place i wanted to be. >> catherine: clinton told
plans for the question. we are ten days out for the first presidential debates. stick with fox25 on tv and online. a man charged in manslaughter with the death of a massachusetts man will face a judge. he told fentanyl-laced heroin to mark esper anza. the 28-year-old died from an overdose on the same day. text messages discussed the sale of the drug. the mbta civil rights investigation of the treatment of a muslim passenger by one of his bus drivers. we introduced you to the woman when she shared her story exclusively with fox25. she and other passengers said last week a driver harassed her even telling her to sit in the back of the bus. initially belamar never filed a report but she was able to show us the confirmation receipt for the complaint she filed online. now the mbta has contacted her
been thrown out as a result of the tampered evidence room at the braintree police department. now a total of ten cases have been dismissed. earlier this week we reported that $400,000 of cash, drugs and guns were all missing from the evidence room. 200 letters were sent to attorneys to notify them of investigation into the room. you can expect to hear plenty of red sox talk at the water cooler this morning. yankees in town for a big four-game series in fenway the 8th inning. career home run number 537. passes baseball legend mickey mantle on the all-time list. sox down 5-2 heading to the 9th managed to score two before hanley ramirez gets the signature hit. a three-run walkoff home run. sox win 7-5. the victory keeps boston in first place. a two-game lead from baltimore and toronto.
traffic and weather every ten minutes. a look at the drive times on the expressway from the split to the pike. 9 minutes. 93 to 495 to the leverett connector, 20 minutes. 128 from university avenue to the weston tolls, 11 minutes. a brr factor in the air. boston at 57 degrees. we have got temperatures dropping though. by 6 a.m., 54. i will even show you the spots stuck in the 40s next. people in one neighborhood are cleaning up after a dangerous situation. a massive tree snapped in half taking out a garage. the parts a weather may have played in the destruction. months after a deadly crash on the highway. >> just coming out, unsecured,
. months after a man was killed by a filing cabinet laying the roadway, another man is facing only reporter in court as that suspect faced a judge. >> reporter: our first look at 59-year-old dennis pavo, that is him pane in hand, lawyer at his side. fox25 the only station inside when pavo was called before a judge for the crash that killed 55-year-old filipian presa more than a dozen family
for his four kids were the fourth of us. they are his four aces. >> reporter: he was driving on 195 transporting filing cabinets from the da's office to the attleboro courthouse. >> just coming out unsecured. and tumbling, like -- like tumbling. >> reporter: christine madieros said one of the drawers nearly hit her car. >> i was fixed on the license plate because it -- impreza tried to swerve around the debris, his suv rolled several times and he was thrown on to the highway. pavo was aware he caused the fatal collision and failed to stop, when questioned about the deadly crash days later, pavo allegedly made false statements to investigators. >> you want to say anything, mr. pavo? >> no comment. >> my brother is gone.
would do something like this and walk away. >> reporter: reporting live, ted daniel, fox news. catherine parrotta facing multiple charges. misleading police and leaving a scene of an accident. fox25 was at herring pond all morning as divers searched for a man. it started yesterday i can't have afternoon when a man and two of his friends were swimming the boat was pulled away from the wind and only two people were able to swim back to it. the victim's name has not been released but the "globe" is reporting that he is 26 years old. how the roads are doing. nothing but green south of 128. the pike moving as well. north of the scene, a smooth ride at this early hour. the pike going eastbound, you can see a police car there but other than that, no traffic getting the way. here is your drive times.
the pike. shiri, drivers may need a little jacket or sweater today. it is chilly out there. >> shiri: the coldest we have seen in three months. these temperatures the coolest we have experienced since mid-june. it is bright and chilly this morning, this afternoon, early morning scattered clouds. kind of like yesterday but a little less and they are going to lift, bright weather today, dry weather tomorrow. sunday into monda inch to inch and a half expected depending on where we get these bursts of heaviest rain. currently the cold that will be the big story this morning. head over to plymouth at 45 degrees right now. as we start at 45, obviously i am going to stay grab that jacket, grand that sweater and we are clear and we could go down by a couple more degrees. let's plan 45 degrees. 8 a.m., 56 degrees.
when the jackets can come off. at noontime, we are so close to 70 degrees and we do get into the lower 70s today in plymouth. we will be likely a couple of degrees warmer as we go inland. lower 70s from portsmouth from beverly to boston to plymouth. upper 60s for the cape and middle 70s in norwood and nashua, new hampshire. worcester, to 71. and lows overnight 40s and 50s. that means we are going to start off a little bit cool here for your saturday increasing clouds, high temperatures tomorrow, 73 in worcester. 76 in boston. 79 in concord, new hampshire. we will go up a couple of degrees as we add moisture and warmth to that sunday forecast. although warmer muggier and the chance of rain will be going up, up, up. the forecast today with high pressure sliding off the coast. tomorrow we start clear and chilly at 7 a.m. let's take futurecast into the afternoon. we start getting these warm
temperatures up a little bit and will start weaving these clouds in and pushing these clouds in for late on saturday. by the time you wake up on sunday morning, a slight risk of a morning shower mostly north and west of boston but as the day wears on, the chance for rain goes up. at 2 p.m., pockets of rain and potential for heavy rain out there across southern new england. i know it looks like we are get break on sunday night because the sun is going down and losing day. as this front goes closer and closer more rain develop on sunday night into your monday. good news, though, the rainfall deficit and the drought monitor that was updated yesterday paint a very bad picture across massachusetts which is 52% of the state under an extreme drought. 20% of new hampshire under that extreme drought. we desperately need that rain and a little rain relief in sight sunday into monday and enough to outdo the drought
prevents it from getting worse. most of next week tuesday, wednesday, thursday lower 80s looking dry and looking bright. back to you, guys. >> daniel: shiri, thank you. a local landmark spared from extinction. the way the long-time dinosaur statue will be incorporated along route 1. a presidential plan to fight climate change will be
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it's a first in the fight against climate change. president barack obama has created a special marine monument in the atlantic ocean. by 2023, nearly 5,000 square miles off of georgia's bank will be protected and closed off to fishing boats. local fishermen tell fox25's leaving them without any options. >> people who made business plans to use this area and all of a sudden the rug was pulled out from underthem. >> reporter: he has been working at sea for more than two decades. he says the government restrictions strangle his livelihood. >> how can you plan for the future when you can get basically shut down by the stroke of a pen. >> reporter: the nationally created monument designates
georgia's bay, one of the northwest either's richest fishing area. >> i feel it is a sad day. >> reporter: ahead of the partnership and fisherman wife's association says the farmers cannot just pick up and move their operation. >> the ocean is not huge. fish are not everywhere. fish live in the area by nature just like we live. >> reporter: the biggest impact will be to the commercial boats out of new bedford. we caught up with one captain while at sea. >> it is gave seven years to make adjustments. we had seven years to think about how we will do business afterwards. >> reporter: many fishermen say us tighter quarters on what they can harvest and tighter restrictions on where make it harder to live their way of life. >> the only way you stay in that industry is because -- because it is in your soul
fox25 news. >> the governor told the office he is not happy with his decision. he wrote a letter to the president last fall outlining the protection efforts that are already under way. boston is remembering each person killed in a whom identify this year. fox25 was there as hundreds of people gathered to read each victim's name at the garden of peace. last night we spoke with the mother that lost both her son and son-in-law to violence months apart. >> with all us mom being here we should be unified because all of our children are here together. about unity. a garden of peace and unity. >> reporter: since it was created more than a year ago 1,000 names have been added to the garden. fox 25's bob ward is on the garden's ward. worcester is getting ready to go to the dogs. for the first time in 12 years, they will be allowed at public parks. it moves the city to becoming more dog friendly. worcester is working to build
hearings in the work to discuss the plan. no word yet when the hearings will happen. a shed and porch destroyed now injuries after a massive tree toppled in a quincy neighborhood as you can see here. the tree came down on samoset avenue. you can see the damage it caused. tree service worker said the tree was about 150 years old. he says he thinks that the angle it was growing along with the ongoing drought caused it to fall. a woman out for a run ends up fighting up fighting off rabid by woodchuck. >> i kicked the animal, i kicked it so hard that it went back flying into the woods. >> the only way she was able to get the wood chuck away is it kept coming at her. plus, the manager at a business off the job is facing
the tense situation to an end. and a recall expanding for phones that could explode and catch fire. the information anyone with the latest samoset galaxy note model needs to know. the new time frame causing confusion for anyone trying to get across the street. >> announcer: complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. good morning and happy friday to you. it is friday, >> daniel: good morning, i am daniel miller. pull out the jacket before you head out, you are going to need it. meteorologist shiri spear in the storm tracker weather center with a look at how low the temperature is going, shiri. >> shiri: clear skies always conducive to these chilly mornings and a sweep of the radar is clean and it is clear in most towns and cities. boston down to 57, and check out all the 40s. norwood, look at that reading dropping to 39 degrees. i don't think we will go any
a chilly start to the morning. 45 in hanover and sharon. wellesley at 44. burlington at 46. ipswich at 47. worcester at 51. fitchburg, wyndham and temple in the 40s. 40s south shore and even down to the cape. the day planner takes temperatures up to 69 degrees at noon. it will make it mild and a bright turn with highs in the low to mid-70s. catherine parrotta is back now with live drive-time traffic. a look at the roads. grab a sweater 128 and 93 as you are headed from the north doing just fine. smooth sailing on the pike. 128 and the expressway as you make your way north. look at the pike right now. you see the police vehicle still in the right lane and traffic moving smoothly around that. the drive times. route 1, 12 minutes. route 9312 minutes from the pike to mass avenue a 24-minute ride. today a man is threatening to blow up a massachusetts gas station will be charged with a series of crimes.