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standoff. >> wasted a lot of time, northern and money. >> sara: donald trump getting candid in new hampshire last night and what he made to dozens of unemployed workers in the crowd. >> wild come back that prompted this home place complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: great win for the sox. highlights coming up this morning -- just a moment. thank you for being with us friday morning. >> last friday of the summer. hard to believe but it already
>> >> shiri: temperatures going up, two hours ago we were in the 30s there. still just 44 in nashua and 47 in fitchburg and lower 50s in worcester right now and 50s in chatham and 61? at 9:00 a.m. and with temperatures in the 60s and plain old short sleeves at 11:00 a.m. 67? and 71 by 1:00 p.m. and high temperatures today ranging anywhere 68 to 74? after sweater this morning seasonable afternoon sunshine. latest on weekend wet weather coming up. catherine parrotta back now with live drive time traffic. >> heating up and 128 northbound stalled vehicle there right at route 1 northbound, see some
just popping up on the map as standing here, 93 going southbound right at 128 and also stalled truck on 93 southbound which we pointed out last update so that is still there. not seeing delays behind it and we will keep an eye on spotted. 128 slow as go through burlington, also slow all the way down 93 southbound as well and see up there route 3 southbound jammed in the pocket for some reason, 60 miles per hour. here is look at speed on hour and also this update from the commuter rail, train we told but from rockport 10410 to 20 minutes behind schedule. look at camera and pike 30 minutes and 9338 minutes. gene, over to you. >> gene: numerous charges following a 5-hour standoff at
threatened to blow up and situation unfolded yesterday morning, jason. >> jason: good morning, sara and gene, things back to normal at gas station after it was shut down for more than five hours and suspect watts rabbiting to police about the concerns over treatment for people suffering from mental illness. the chronicles also reporting that the he was holding an xbox video game controller and told police it nearly 5-hour long standoff ends with this mansour rounded and in custody. >> i told the officer to back off, stated he had a gun and a bomb and going to blow the place up. >> jason: police were called here seven thursday morning when benjamin campbell threatened a female store clerk and tried to light a hose on fire.
with armored vehicles and crisis negotiators tried to talk him down. police kembell reversed. >> i saw him bolt out of the car and run that way and fell out of the ground over there and put her in straight jacket and took him away. >> bob bowler police used flash bangs and canine to take him down. >> didn't think it was happening. >> police chief speculated symbol mental illness. it is unclear this morning if he remains in the hospital or physically go before a judge in court sometime later this morning in taunton district court. coming up in 30 minutes we will tell you what else we are learning about the suspect including where he worked. we are live in rehoboth, jason law, fox25 news. >> sara: driver leaving the scene comes face-to-face with
shots of them on her phone. third person pled guilty to taping the assault and sharing it on social media. new hampshire man changed in target dressing room. zachary bishop was at target for incident that happened. by pleading guilty the union leader says he won't serve jail time, instead a psychiatric evaluation and counseling and due back in prove he has followed the court's orders. >> sara: tale of two phones today. apple begins selling the newest model and samsung recalling over a million phones because they can start serious fires. we have been reporting for weeks about the dangers of new galaxy note and yesterday an official recall was announced. meanwhile fox25 michael henrich is live on boylston street in boston where those diehard apple fans are already lined up,
getting longer in the last hour or so since you saw me last. a lot more people shown up, extended the line to boylston and back bay. still it doesn't have exactly the same feel as earlier iphone launch days have. stealing the spotlight today though away from apple is that recall from major competitor and stealing the spotlight in all the worst ways. million phones recalled in u.s. alone. one of the largest tech recalls ever, samsung officially joining with the commission to recall the samsung galaxy note seven because the lithium battery kept exploding and samsung received 92 reports in the u.s. of batteries overheating, including 26 reports of burns and 55 reports of property damage and they can swap it out for another phone or get refund.
phone jack and sold out all seven plus models in online presale. limited buzz and they are getting some buzz, of course. one person in line says there's another benefit to standing in this line. >> we might not have a head phone back but i'm pretty confident i won't die in a fire. that's a pretty good plus. >> clarify, no reports of injury there. good but not the best of times for apple. possibly the worst of times for samsung as two phones indeed. live in back bay, i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> expect to hear plenty of red sox talk around the water cooler this morning and good reason. big win last night against the yankees in town for four game set in fenway. career home run 537 and fittingly big papi passes yankee legend mickey mantle.
three walk-off home run and red sox win in dramatic fashion seven-five the final talking about this one for awhile. now that victory keeps the red sox in 1st place. actually helps them improve the lead a little bit and pick up a game now in baltimore and they stay two ahead of toronto as well. yankees lose and new york now five games back. jets kicking off week two in on the ground matt forte rushing touchdown of the night and try to get into this thing with 18-yard score with just over a minute to play. made it 37-31. the bills did get the ball back again and ran out again and jets win 37-31 and one and one on the
>> look at crash on 93 southbound it is in stoneham near montvail ave and right in the stalled truck. not seeing delays behind it. i will have drive times coming up. >> feeling pretty darn chilly, 40s hot spot boston at 57 now, at least work way back to 60 at 8:00 a.m. in the city. 9:00 a.m. about 63?. i will show you how much warmer eventually wetter the weekend will be next. >> heard of rabid woman was attacked by woodchuck. >> i have a huge fear now. >> how stranger came to the woman's safety just in the nick of time. >> frightened new yorkers running for their lives. man with a meat cleaver goes on the attack. the problem with his car that has sparked this rage. >> donald trump was in new hampshire last night laying out economic plan but before
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movement and questioning president obama's legitimacy to hold office by insinuating that he wasn't born in the u.s. clinton campaign says that's not good enough. they are calling on trump to publicly comments and trump made a campaign stop at laconia middle school in new hampshire. >> used to be cars were made in
water in mexico. >> daniel: hillary clinton returned to the campaign trail for the first time after revealing she was diagnosed with pneumonia. >> i'm 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 >> bernie sanders will be campaigning with hillary clinton targeting millennials and trump crisscrossing the country visiting four states in 48 hours. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: donald trump getting attention on twitter after letting jimmy fallon fulfill one wish. >> can i mess your hair up?
i will be hour from now, i hope they will understand. >> did you say yes? >> go ahead. >> gene: here it is. trump smiled through the whole ordeal. the end result you decide for yourself. it appeared his hair was in place when he finally did make it to new hampshire. daniel: >> gene: ivanka trump agreed to talk asked about other topics and she cut it short how trump was to pay for large proposal and saying the reporter had too much negativity in question. >> shiri: 24 northbound in randolph right at 128. not seeing delays behind it but
going up north at stalled truck, 93 southbound, still on the map, right at 128 there, the crash at montvail ave in stoneham in 93 southbound is cleared. you do see heavy delays as you go through medford, also on 128 heavy delays from about woburn all the way until you get to lexington and on the pike slow through framingham as well. want to give you look at one of the live cameras. zakim bridge, leverett connector, volume typical for this hour of the morning. here are drive times for you right now, pike 31 minutes, on the expressway from th the pike jammed up there nearly half hour. 128 route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls, looking at over half hour for commute there. shiri, beautiful live look out there in all the cameras but chilly start to the day. >> shiri: coldest morning we have seen in three months. woke up to the mid-50s in boston and bright and going to be dry for the next two days. now do you see we have a little bit of early morning cloud cover like we did yesterday. going to be out here for the
into monday and looking at anywhere half inch of rain to inch and a half of rain. norwood 42?, you're in the 30s a couple hours ago. 30s in norwood. 50 now in lawrence, 47 in fitchburg, 46 portsmouth, new hampshire, worcester waking up to 51? and plymouth at 45?. with the sun in place 45 it is feeling cool this morning. know we don't have too too much wind out there, temperatures alone even be feeling a little bit bitter, 9:00 a.m. 58?, that's likely still going to be jacket weather for you here by 10:00 a.m., bet you will be in the 60s and comfortable enough just to do the short sleeve thing and get into the 70s for the afternoon and see that, it is going to run nice and bright and lower 70s in plymouth and beverly and portsmouth, new hampshire, middle 70s norwood to lawrence and nashua, worcester 70, boston 69? and upper 60s over the cape. low temperatures tonight are going to be back into the 40s
perhaps couple degrees warmer than we had last night. weekend mid-70s tomorrow and temperatures closer to 80? here on sunday. sunday obviously when we take the wet turn a lot of the heavy stuff will fall north of west of boston i think and even north and west of most of southern new england until we hit sunday night. so today friday highlighting all that sunshine, of course,, as get into saturday see partly to mostly sunny skies to start off at: afternoon and we do add a couple clouds as we go, it is going to be warmer day though. really thick cloud cover starts to move in here on saturday night and sunday morning. despite the fact we will have more clouds around on sunday morning and clouds slowed down and actually allows us to wake up to dry conditions here on sunday before we see some scattered rain in the afternoon, even with the latest timeline these afternoon showers don't
the widespread rain, best chance for some downpours going to be here along the front itself. this is slowly passing through sunday night and monday so like i said, that's when we have the best chance for picking up that significant rainfall. stillim going to go with the wet forecast here for the second half of sunday. temperatures around 79?. 78 on monday with morning rain, then we dry out on tuesday, partly cloudy and 82. 80 on wednesday and even though thursday is a first day of fall, it is still with high of 80?. back to you. >> gene: local nonprofit using taxpayer money to fund golf trips, baby shower gift and head of agency told us and questioned him about the charges. >> sara: first maked bird catching attention of local instagram users and story behind
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police say that akram joudeh was trying to take the wheel boot off his car. officers went over to question him and took off running. minutes later investigators say off-duty officer near pen station tried to stop him and was slashed in the face with a meat cleaver. officers tried to use taser but eventually they shot him 18 times. >> shot for five seconds straight, sounded fireworks. >> gene: very good video of the incident and commanded his officers. yesterday was bratten's last day on the job. >> sara: woman in maine grieving the death of horse. animal hit by car and dragged down the street by driver who then fled the scene. this happened in cannon maine. this is north of augusta. owner says she tied her horse lucy on cinderblock this morning
of control vehicle swerved into the yard taking lucy with it. >> how do you drag something that big? dragged her. just like she was trash, left her in the road. >> sara: lucy's body found lying in the middle of the road and never got look at the vehicle that hit her. maine state police looking for tan or gold full-size pickup truck with major front damage. >> gene: matter of weeks, she lives in boston and has a rare illness left her without feathers but owner says she has a big personality and shows it off on very own instagram page. 60,000 people followed all of her outings and outfits and include wearing a little sock sweater to help keep her warm. that's bizarre.
>> sara: exactly. >> gene: socks keep her warm and she has a great personality. making best of situation. >> shiri: sunday into monday rain showers going to peak. >> gene: this little girl lost all of her
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do as president. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> cover, this is a chilly one to start the morning, waking up in the 40s. >> sara: don't say that. >> gene: summer like it is, jolt to the system this morning. >> sara: can see their breath. >> shiri: i could see jason
he said i'm shivering. 52 in norwood, look at 48 in wellesley and burlington and framingham, exeter, new hampshire, all the way down to 42?, not much better in brockton, only 45 there, lower 50s in worcester down to allston-brighton were, 45 in fitchburg, 43 in pepperell and let's see, jaffrey, new hampshire also at 43?. we got 40s down across the south shore and southcoast, falmouth at 48, vineyard 40? in brewster 47. so how is that for a cool morning and most of you boston currently at 57. noon time 69?. it is going to be mild, partly sunny, i know we got more of the early morning clouds like yesterday. once those erode here late-morning and this afternoon, look at all the sun, 72 here at 3:00 p.m., and by 7:00 this evening, about 65?. clear skies remain. even tomorrow is looking good. things really start to go downhill is going to be sunday. i will time out the problems
you is a i it is -- you say it is slow everywhere. >> jammed up as you come down 93 through medford and somerville. slow through framingham on the pike, also newton on route 1 you're jammed up there as you go past route 16 in the parkway and head over the bridge and wanted to point out this incident. first of all, this is going to point out stalled car. cleared as i was standing there, 93 at 128. but this stalled truck also popped up. wynn street. not seeing delays around that but 128 as very slow from about woburn all the way to waltham right now. giving look at one of the live cameras. zakim bridge, leverett connector, volume typical for this hour. live drive times for you right now. on the pike 37 minutes, expressway from the split to the pike 26 minutes, 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. looking at 38 minutes right now.
>> gene: rapid woodchuck attacked a woman. >> sara: this happened where it is close to families and children and victim accrediting children to safety, jess. jessica right, sara. stranger rushed woman into his car which is why she got away from the woodchuck in the first place and minding her own business when this happened but she won't be doing that again any time soon >> very vicious and pretty clear there was something wrong with the animal. >> it was a typical tuesday morning when jodie's morning run turned terrifying. >> it is not a joke. it could happen to somebody's kid. >> jessica: seemingly out of nowhere it came barreling out of the woods. >> turned around and made a
trying to bite me. >> jodie screamed and kicked for minutes, trying over and over again to fight it off. finally a car stopped and complete stranger yelled for her to get in. >> as i was running toward the car the woodchuck again came after me. >> jessica: animal control caught and euthanized the woodchuck which tested positive for rabies and she has to get a series of preventative shots even though never scratched or bitt. we urge residents to exercise abundance of caution if they encounter aggressive wild animal. police continue to exercise good judgment and keep an eye on children and pets. >> i can't tell you that i will be out running any time soon again and have a huge fear now. >> jessica: they are not putting out the warning because they think there are any other rabid animal in the area and
law here. live in med way, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: tense standoff started around 6:30 yesterday morning when the suspect barricaded himself inside of his suv. fox25 jason law live at the gas station in rehoboth where we are learning more about the suspect. good morning, jason. that made officers think that he was shot. it was an employee at hospital in south attleboro. it is interesting because the reports are that he was ranting to police about his concern about getting help for people suffering from mental illness, treatment of patients suffering from mental illness.
kembell in custody after 5-hour long standoff. investigators say he threatened to hurt the clerk in the gas station, tried to -- made threats to kill police and then tried to light one of the gas station pumps on fire. the chief of police here in rehoboth speck lights that kembell may, in fact, may be speculating from mental illness himself. >> he was making threats to the officers and very agitated state, imagining that there could be mental health issues as well and at morton hospital. >> kembell was hospitalized and underwent some kind of mental evaluation yesterday. unclear if remains in the hospital this morning or due in court to physically face a judge for all of those charges. we are in rehoboth, jason law, fox25 news. >> sara: wendy morelo mother of who who lived in the
september 2004 wendy's body was found stuffed into a trash container in maine. wendy's family is hoping the new push for answers will make a difference. >> i'm feeling new sense of hope and, you know, maybe something better is going to come out of this. that would be the best. because finally get closure and get a good night's sleep and know that she is >> next weekendy's family will sit down with main state police investigators to talk about the status of the case. >> gene: 7:37 local union boss pleading guilty to attempted extortion of tv crew. mark harrington is former head of the local teamster's union and now admits to harassing producers of the chef and told the judge he was trying to get jobs for union members as part
two years probation and no jail time. gene: local nonprofit agency spending your tax dollars in audit obtained and spending tens of thousands of dollars on trips, golfing, alcohol and gifts. the state also found organization accepted $300,000 in inappropriate payments for mass health. central provides social services to people in and around worcester, ceo told us all the >> we are very committed of the resources that are given to us. so we dot every eye and crossed every "t." >> the group must repay more than $57,000. >> today engineers are going to test out crosswalk signals in quincy to make sure they are running correctly. residents say the intersection
is dangerous. problem is that the signal only gives people six seconds to cross the road before it changes. we went out to the intersection yesterday and noticed people only got halfway across the street when the signal changed. >> usually don't even use them, kind of walk across the street when there's no cars coming because i don't have enough time even when i press the button. >> quincy's director of traffic and parking says that quicker signals prevent people from dashing across the crosswalk. in 2013 quincy ranked accidents in the state. >> gene: tonight worcester teenager expected to continue protesting during the national anthem at high school football game. last week michael opong took a knee during the anthem before a game with leominster. he is protesting in justice against minorities and tells us he will kneel down and teammates
time. gene: tom brady says he chooses to stand to reflect on blessings he has had but when asked about other nfls choosing to kneel in protest, tom brady says it is our responsibility to do the best we can to change things we like and that's part of social responsibility and everybody is going to do it in their own way. >> catherine: 7:40. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. live look at 93 south as you go there you somerville, sullivan square area, stop and go traffic. very typically is at this hour of the morning and we will have drive times coming up for you. shiri? >> shiri: partly sunny right now, 40s and 50s, got chilly bus stop for all the kids this morning, even boston starting out in the 50s this morning. 3:00 p.m. drive home from school, 68 to 74. how is that for a warm-up, clear out as well. big changes this weekend and break them down next. >> gene: nothing sneak bemillion dollar jewelry heist as thieves hammer way through
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>> i never would have expected that to happen, especially when it is extra gentle. >> daniel: they had have to prove products are safe when putting them out on market and report incidents like hair loss to the fda. its products are safe but more than 20,000 similar complaints have been filed. in the newsroom this morning, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: there's reports that jessica alba may be selling her company. honest products include organic diapers, baby formula and household cleaners. the honest company was hit with multiple lawsuits claiming that its products contain chemicals but the company -- that company says it avoids and alba avows and acts body spray also bought the dollar shave club last
buy movie tickets. they are on facebook. one way the company is expanding and allow iphone users without leaving a text conversation. anyone using ios10 can tap on the fandango map inside a message and fandango created a design for snapchat for users to buy tickets there as well. burritos will start falling from the sky one large university. chipolte now working with mid-atlantic aviation department to test a drone delivery service at virgin few hundred people who are invited to take part in the project and food owners at kiosk and burritos delivered by the drones. that's how it is going to work. >> really good idea. >> don't think any other restaurant does anything like
medicine to residents in rural areas. >> gene: oceanfront bed and breakfast for sale in rockport. it will cost you. captain's house hit the market for nearly two and a half million dollars along with stunning views of the atlantic. there are eight bedrooms and nine and a half baths. if you want to see all the pictures we have them posted for you on the website at fox25boston.com. local landmark has been saved from extinction on the north shore. giant in saugus not going anywhere. the invent foot tall display would disappear because mini golf course where it stood for more than 50 years was sold but developers said he bought the dinosaur and will install it next to the hotel that he is building on-site. >> you know, hard enough to part with the hilltop cows. look at how the roads are doing, a lot of colors on there, that's not anything good. want to point out the expressway here, averaging 12 miles per hour as you come through quincy
you come down 93 through medford and somerville. wanted to point out the incident, stalled truck is still on the map. 128 northbound, right there at winn street and you could see though as you're going south on 128 you're jammed up woburn all the way to waltham, so slow crawl on 128. route 1 jammed up as you go past route 16, parkway trying to head over to the tobin bridge. only averaging 9 miles per hour. that's pretty dismal. over to the tobin bridge right now, see what i'm talking about, stop and go traffic at deck and drive times for you right now on pike 36 minutes, pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel 17 minutes and on the expressway from the split to the pike and you're looking at 25 minutes. you're jammed up there. shiri, can't blame the weather for this but hopefully the drivers have a nice hot beverage for them. >> shiri: high pressure going to keep things looking gorgeous today and yes, although we start
saturday. temperatures going up quite a bit for the weekend. eventually by sunday we do have to watch out for rain. but the timeline has been delayed slightly. so the heavy stuff probably going to roll in second half of the day on sunday and maybe even a little bit later. 57 now in boston. i mention we have a little bit of the cloud cover, partly sunny skies to get you out the door this morning, jackets on hand right now long sleeves. for most of you 40s, 50s, not feeling warm, fal and 10:00 a.m. i see widespread 60s developing and went those pop up and back into the sixties going to be warm and a little more comfortable and here is where i still have a few clouds hanging tight. i do expect that they will dissipate as we head into the afternoon and noon time we got upper 60s at the coastline, we got 70s in the suburbs and metrowest and then for the 5:00 p.m. drive home from work, it is going to be bright and sunglasses are absolutely going to be a must. temperatures will be ranging
for any of your friday night plans we are clear and quiet and weather certainly not going to be any kind of bump in the road, but temperatures are going to be back into the 50s here by 9:00 p.m. so i do suggest and out any later than that let's bring the jacket back. 70 on the nose here in worcester but we got a lot of mid-70s in between here. so low and the exception couple 60s and couple more degrees and going to be partly sunny and even since i came in this morning latest information better tomorrow and dryer to start off sunday and humidity and more clouds around and partly sunny and basically throughout date and on and off clouds, and more than you find out there today and nice for all the plans. warmer, yes.
saturday night we cloud over and wake up sunday morning only the slight risk of shower, better bet going to be out far north and west of boston. in fact, into central new england or even and heavy rain and severe weather will come through sunday night and monday and we need the rain and 50% of the state with exceptional drought and 78? and lower 80s rule tuesday, wednesday, thursday, with sun and just some scattered showers. pretty incredible thursday first day of fall feel more like summer. back to you. >> gene: artist in north carolina turning a kid's toy into more than dozen impressive sculptures. 14 lego statues now on display in north carolina.
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>> sara: school bus driver has been f a truck. in the video you can see the school bus drive from the other side of the street to get in front of fed-ex truck. then the fed-ex truck gets in the other lane and passes a school bus and started to drive even slower. police investigating the incident and no word if any
time. >> gene: surveillance video captured a high-end jewelry store robbery. workers and customers were able to hide as men used hammers to smash open display cases. witnesses say the men seem to know exactly what they were after. >> that's just not your any day kind of random thing. it was planned out. >> police say just 40 seconds they got away with millions of dollars worth of jewelry and may be part of bigger theft ring across the country. >> sara: check this out. rolling over cars, down the street, almost hitting guy in motorcycle. it was set up at local festival and thankfully no one was hurt by giant inflatable.
>> gene: it is the blob. anybody seen steve mcqueen and the blob? looks just like it. gene: good rainy day rental, by the way. >> sara: i will remember that. >> gene: 7:57 this morning and watching about national amthem protest and her sitting out at pledge of allegiance since the second grade and now being punished and why she claims her grades are suffering. >> shiri: rain being pushed back just a little bit later over the weekend. sunday morning very li cities. late sunday into monday. heaviest and steadiest of the rain. i will show you how much to plan around next.
>> gene: man accused of holding at bay. >> sara: why donald trump's campaign is talking about president obama after the candidate makes another stop in new hampshire. >> michael: after waiting all night the moment is finally here and just a minute apple will open its doors and let the new iphone go on sale. this as biggest competitor heels with one of the largest tech recalls in history.
coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: thank you for joining us on friday morning, september 16th, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. down right chilly start to the morning. 40s in some areas. meteorologist shiri spear and stormtracker weather center with a brief warm-up on the way. >> shiri: 40s on the map by 9:00 a.m. and have more 50s and norwood where we actually started out ten? cooler here this morning at four and 5:00 a.m. 47? in nashua but 55 in worcester, 59 in boston, mid-50s in beverly, down to plymouth at 53?. i still think coats are in order now and probably for the next hour. by 10:00 a.m. 64?, lunchtime 70. we hit highs anywhere from 68 to 74 today with seasonable
catherine parrotta up right now with live drive time traffic. take us up, catherine. >> catherine: map looking busy and look at couple spots here and new on the map. also the revere beach parkway going eastbound construction debris on road there just after route 1. so we know that's the congested area building extra time if that's on your commute. also route 1 itself looking very congested. this incident on another part of route 16, mystic valley parkway there's an accident right there at boston ave. that's in medford. again, congested area, keep it in mind and still have the right near wynn street and 128 going south is real problem jammed up wakefield, lynnfield, all the way to waltham and expressway in usual spot, quincy to milton and again as we pointed out here route 1 very, very congested at this hour of the morning. take look now at the expressway. that is the usual volume that you had see at this hour. no fun to sit in, i recognize that. take look at drive times, pike
up with be take under 45 minutes right now. gene, over to you. >> gene: right now man facing numerous charges after he was behind a 5-hour standoff with officers at local gas station. >> sara: police say the man claimed he had a bomb, that bomb was reportedly just a video game remote control. fox25 jason law outside the cumberland farms in rehoboth where the situation unfolded yesterday morning. >> jason: suspect was suffering from mental illness and suspect had an xbox video game control and her told police it was a gun. nearly 5-hour long standoff thursday ends with this man surrounded and in custody. >> stated he had a gun and bomb and he was going to blow the place up. >> jason: police were at 7:00 yesterday morning and
tried to light a gas hose on fire. swat team closed in with armor vehicles with crisis negotiators trying to talk him down and reversed and then jumped out. >> saw him bolt out of the car and running that way and fell out of the ground over there and put him in the straitjacket and took him away. >> jason: flash bang and canine to take him it is unclear if he will appear before a court. jason law, fox25 news. >> gene: cigarette to blame for part of house last night. make look at flames and smoke from two-family home in east street. three people at home when fire broke out around dinner time. homeowner says she was cooking dinner when tenant alerted her to danger. >> she kept running to me and something on fire and couldn't get it out.
and matter of seconds actually. >> despite how quickly the spire spread no one was hurt. red cross is helping the three people who were left homeless. >> sara: driver accused of leaving the scene of deadly crash comes face-to-face with the victim's family. fox25 was the only camera in court for the arraignment of dennis pavao in february. he was driving on 195 in somerset with load of file cabinets. some of those to the highway. phillip imfresha swerved. in court prosecutors said he knew he caused crash but kept on driving. >> i just can't believe a human being will do something like this and walk away. that's how i feel. >> pavao due back in court in november. >> body of missing swimmer pulled from plymouth pond. fox25 was at herring pond all morning yesterday as divers search for the man. all started wednesday afternoon
were swimming off a boat. we are told the boat was pulled away by the wind and two people were able to swim back to it. the victim's body was recovered yesterday afternoon. his name has not been released but according to the globe he is 26 years old. >> sara: four more court cases have been pulled out as a result of tampa period evidence room. total of ten cases have now been dismissed. earlier this week we reported that $400,000 in cash, drugs and guns were all missing fr 200 letters were sent to attorneys to notify them of the investigation into the room. >> gene: 8:06. two people convicted of sexual assaulting a 16-year-old girl and sharing the video on snapchat will be sentenced in july. they were convicted on multiple charges. prosecutors say they intoxicated teen behind elementary school and left her there. key evidence about the attack came from a teen who got the
shots of them on her phone. a third person pled guilty to taping the assault and sharing it on social media. >> gene: manager of dollar tree store who was charged with taking pictures up the skirt of female customer must stay away from the shop. prosecutors say another customer saw christopher molina pointing a phone under the dress of woman who was standing in front of a freezer at the store in malden. melnea is due back in court next month. >> sara: tale of two urgently recalled. we have been reporting for weeks of dangers of galaxy note and late last night hours for the apple iphone launch samsung agreed to buy back the defective phones. fox25 michael henrich is live on boylston street in boston. apple fans just got their hands on the latest phone, michael. >> michael: yeah, it was facebook living the moment when they opened the doors and welcoming people in to get their iphone.
in in new wave, but stealing the head loin today really is the bad news coming out of samsung. the government telling people who own the note seven, galaxy note seven to stop using the phones and power them down because they can explode and cause some serious injuries. big day has arrived but new iphone seven water resistant has some features getting mixed reviews like the elimination of the head phone jack. the whole waiting all night iphone deal might have lost its luster. just ask the people that waited all night. back bay temperatures dipped into the 40s. >> what are you most excited about for the phone? >> i've not really -- i mean just new iphone. come on. what can it be? >> michael: this man wasn't buying one for himself. >> a friend. >> might not have a head phone
in fire. >> michael: chief competitor samsung deals with exploding phone. galaxy note seven. one of the largest tech recalls ever. 1 million units in the u.s. alone. the consumer product safety commission says samsung received 92 reports in the u.s. of the batteries overheating, including 26 reports of burns and 55 reports of property damage. >> michael: worst samsung and good times for apple. tale of two phones indeed. live in back bay, i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: huge win for red sox last night. it was really an evening to remember. yankees in town first of four and david ortiz made history in the eighth inning. career home run 537 and big papi
mantle in the list. hanley ramirez on the crash perhaps the biggest hit of the season. walked off home run and dead center and sox win in dramatic fashion. victory keeps the red sox in 1st place. in fact, they pick up a game on baltimore and now they lead the o's and blue jay's by two games. yankees are now five games back in the american league east. see a lot of busy spots on the map, especially 93, both end of it jammed up, we will have drive times coming up. >> shiri: 50s in boston, 59? right now and sliding into the sixties the next couple hours and about 63? here at 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. 64. i will show what you time we hit the 70s today and when we get to the 80s this weekend. >> gene: 8:10 friday morning and peacefully protesting message of allegiance now for
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>> gene: man accused of attacking new york city police officer with a meat cleaver arrested. it was height at evening rush hour. police say akram joudeh was trying to take the wheel boot off of his car. officers went over to question him but he took off running. minutes later investigators say off-duty officer near pen station tried to stop him and was slashed in the face with the meat cleaver. but eventually they shot akram joudeh 18 times. >> they shot for five seconds straight. sounded like fireworks. >> he is alive but commissioner says they have very good video of the incident and commended officers. yesterday was bratten's last full day on the job.
president obama was eligible to seven as commander in chief. donald trump now says he believes that mr. obama was born in the u.s. gop nominee released a statement late last night and campaign stop in new hampshire. fox25 daniel miller joins us now with what sparked the sudden change of heart. >> daniel: trump refused admit president was born in theus but advisory said not only does he believe it but he says he takes credit for, quote, successfully obtaining president obama's birth certificate when others could not do it. the clinton campaign says that's not good enough. they are calling on trump to publicly disavow the comments. statement was released after trump made a campaign stop in new hampshire and focused on the economy saying that outsourcing
problem for the american people. they are his problem too. >> used to be cars were made in flint and you couldn't drink the water in mexico. >> daniel: hick is back in the campaign trail and voters two separate events today and nation's capital as well as tomorrow and returned to the campaign trail the first time yesterday at after revealing she was diagnosed with >> i'm not great at taking it ease under extraordinary circumstances and two months to go until election day. sitting at home was pretty much the last place i wanted to be. >> daniel: clinton getting support and elizabeth warren and bernie sanders will be campaigning in ohio targeting millennials and progressives and donald trump will be crisscrossing the country visiting four states in just 48
miller, fox25 news. >> daniel: >> gene: donald trump on jimmy fallon and getting one interesting wish. >> can i mess your hair up. >> answer is yes, people in new hampshire where i'm going to be an hour from now, i hope they understand. >> yes? >> go ahead. >> gene: trump smiled through the whole ordeal and is done. he tried to put it back in place. in fact he did. looked like he was okay and got to new hampshire. pretty good sport. have to give him that at least. >> catherine: map right now looking busy here and point out incidents starting with this one, revere beach parkway going eastbound, construction debris on the road after route 1. it is a tough area building some extra time and route 16,
there at boston ave. you could see the main arteries that you would typically be on, they are jammed as usually are. 128, busy, wakefield to waltham and quincy and milton and new crash 128 northbound there's an accident there near highland ave and needham newton line and delays around that area as well and typical, drive times for you expressway from the split to the pike 27 minutes and 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls and 41 minutes there. nice day to be out there and maybe grab a sweater though. >> shiri: early morning cloud cover like yesterday and dry next two days, sunday into monday talking rain and talking anywhere from half an inch to an inch and a half depending how potent the storm is when it
the heaviest downpours end up tracking. 59 in boston feeling, you know, mild, feels a little fall lick but not too bad there. ten? cooler in norwood at 49?, but when we started things off here at 5:00 a.m., guess what, upper 30s. ten? cooler still than it is now in norwood. 53 in plymouth and plymouth is one of those spots that's going to reach the lower 70s today. from hyannis to plymouth to beverly up to portsmouth, new hampshire that's what i have. look at in between nashua to lawrence to bedford and norwood in the mid-70s today. mostly sunny, that doesn't mean we aren't going to have a couple scattered clouds out there, thickest clouds what we have on tap right now. tonight we are going to have 40s and we will have 50s. similar temperatures probably a couple degrees warmer than what we had last night and there's going to be a chill in the air up very early tomorrow but from there head to 76 tomorrow in boston, 80 in concord, new hampshire, 73 in worcester, 74 in hyannis and even warmer
sunday's highs are going to be near 80?. but it is stickier, so adding heat, humidity and eventually adding rain, today all sunshine, my friends and afternoon and at least mostly sunny conditions. tomorrow looking good from start to finish daylight hours are partly sunny through tomorrow, warming trend in place but you could see the clouds rolling in here on saturday night by the time you wake up sunday, best chance for sunday morning shower will be north and west of boston. keep close eye on southern new hampshire but many of you actually start sunday out dry, scattered showers spreading across southern new england here for the afternoon but really heavy stuff will come through with this front sunday night and monday morning. so that's when i see the most widespread right here. late on sunday. 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view, brightest and coolest at 73, upper 70s with increasing saturday clouds and sunday showers lasting into monday and clearing out for the middle and even the end of the week.
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>> gene: colin kaepernick made silent protests for national anthem and two students say grades were lowered for similar demonstration and refuse to stand for pledge of allegiance and stars and stripes don't represent her or participation score from five to three and teachers says students are disrespecting military members who have died for the country. >> i always give her my people risk our lives for our freedom, for our land, for our rights. >> so as solution those students have been moved to another class >> catherine: pictures of extremely hairy dog making
and he was taken to the big fluffy dog rescue where they cut 35 pounds of fur from him. poor dog. must have been so hot. dog had trouble walking afterward because muscle were so weak. good news he is now healing at home with the new family. >> sara: can you imagine how fluffy he is? sara: check this out. flying replicas and trump drops money and hillary clinton is riding around like a witch. he is not making a political statement.
>> catherine: on to something. good idea. >> sara: maybe flowing shiri. >> shiri: get me closer to the elements. humidity very comfortable today and tomorrow it is feeling nice and dry and as we get sunday into monday and increasing humidity will drive developing showers. i will time them out for you coming up. >> gene: crime only took a few seconds and netted millions of dollars in stolen goods and
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parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: well i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. v.o.: ayotte and trump, wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes is responsible for the
59 in boston and still 49? in norwood, sharon this morning. 48 in norton and i do have a patch of clouds from impeached to arlington, even go through arlington, franklin, wellesley this morning and lots of sunshine to be had, amherst, new hampshire 47, worcester at 55 and we are mostly sunny across the south shore as well with temperatures warming into the 50s now. 53 in plymouth verses 45 that i had two hours ago. 52? right now in brewster and 56 on the day planner for today has clearing skies. although we have a little bit of cloud cover now we will weed out the clouds as we travel through the morning hours. noon time 69? and mild at 3:00 p.m. and 72 and sunny in here at 7:00 this evening, 65? and clear. it is going to be a little cooler out across the coast at 69?, or the cape at 70 verses inland towns and cities, all the way up to 75. catherine parrotta up now with
away. >> catherine: accident on the map, route 16 in medford right at boston ave there. also this accident, 128 northbound. this is right near highland ave, needham newton line and seeing delays behind that and accident here, all the way on 495 going northbound and accident at king street, that's approximate littleton area and wanted to pass along update to you from the commuter rail. fitchburg train 410 hasn't yet left and freight train that's interfering with that and can expect d there. take look at drive times. pike 33 minutes on expressway from the split to the pike, 25 minutes, 93 from 495 to leverett connector. about half hour right now. gene, over to you. >> gene: following breaking news out of newburyport. that's where crews have rescued three people from the merrimack river. fire department didn't have any more information about the conditions of those folks or what they were doing out on water. working to get more details and
>> gene: parking warning in legal town after woodchuck attacked a woman. >> sara: happened at park that's popular with families and children. jessica reyes live in medway where the woman says a stranger ended up saving her from the animal, jess. >> jessica: right, sara. stranger yelled for her to get morning run, minding her own business and woodchuck started to attack her and something she won't be doing alone any time soon. >> he was pretty vicious and it was clear there was something wrong with the animal. >> jessica: typical tuesday morning when jodie's run turns terrifying.
the woods. >> turned around and made a direct run toward me and then came after me and at my feet and trying to bite me. >> jessica: jodie screamed and kicked for minutes trying over and over again and complete stranger said for her to get in. >> as i was running to get to the car woodchuck came after me. >> jessica: it tested positive for rabies and she series of preventative shots even though never bitten or scratched. town of medway issued warning on facebook page saying while there's no need to panic there's exercise of abundance of caution if they encounter aggressive wild animal. police continue to exercise good judgment and keep an eye on children and pets. >> i can't tell you that i will be out running any time soon
>> catherine:. >> jessica: not putting out any warning and want people with kids to be aware and people with pets to be aware of their leash laws. live in medway, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: today man has a long list of charges and threats lead to standoff last more than five hours. jason law live at gas station in rehoboth where we are learning more about the suspect this morning. good morning, >> jason: good morning, gene. sun chronicle led them to believe that may have wanted officers to open fire on him. may have been some kind of attempted suicide by cop. sky fox has video of that suspect, benjamin kembell, and surrounded by swat and 5-hour long standoff in rehoboth. investigators say he threatened to kill police, threatened to hurt the clerk at gas station and one point tried to light one
says kembell may be suffering from some sort of mental illness himself. >> making threats to the officers. he was in very agitated state. imagining that, you know, there could be some mental health issue as well. that will need to be determined at morton hospital. >> jason: kembell was hospitalized and underwent mental evaluation and expected to be here i face all the charges and face a judge. live, jason law, fox25 news. >> gene: closer to home the man remains in custody accused. police found knives, machete, even homemade bomb on him and
yesterday. >> sara: family of worcester woman soon laid to arrest. wendy morelo lived in the who worcester area and found stuffed into a trash container york, maine. maine state police are featuring her case on facebook page and kennedy's family hoping new push for answers will make a difference. >> feeling new sense of hope and maybe some things better is going to come out of this. that would be finally get closure and get a good night's sleep and know that she is at peace. >> sara: next weekendy's family will sit down to talk about the status of the case. >> gene: local union boss pleading guilty. federal charge to the attempted extortion of tv show crew mark harrington is former head of the local teamster's union.
show top chef when there was a shoot for the show in the boston area. he told judge he was trying to get jobs for union members. harrington will receive two years probation and no jail time. gene: boston police officers should have name tags on uniform and according to william evans. push for name tags comes after the department won approval to force 100 officers to wear body cameras. globe is reporting that evans now working with the union to issue officer's name gene: state agently raising questions. found central loss america spending tens of thousands of dollars on golfing, alcohol and gifts. the state also found the organization accepted $300,000 in inappropriate payments from mass health. central provides social services to people in and around worcester. central ceo told us all the
resources that are given to us. then so dot every i and crossed every t. >> state says the group must repay more than $57,000. >> sara: today engineers are going to test out crosswalk signals in quincy to make sure they are running correctly. residents say the intersection at grant and bidwell street is dangerous. problem is seconds to cross the road before it changes. we went out to the intersection yesterday and noticed people got halfway across the street when the signal changed. >> usually don't even use them and walk across the street and don't have enough time even when i press the button. >> sara: quicker signals prevent people from dashing across the crosswalk. 2013 quincy ranged seventh for
state. >> gene: high school football player took a knee in game against leominster. he is protesting in justices against minority and tells us he will kneel down before tonight's game and teammates may also do something at the same time. gene: tom brady sharing thoughts on protest during the national anthem. told esquire magazine he chooses to stand during reflect on blessings he has had and asked about other nfl players choosing to kneel in protest, brady said it is our responsibility to do the best we can to change things we don't like. i think that's part of social responsibility and everybody is going to do that in their own way. >> sara: oceanfront bed and breakfast now for sale in rockport and going to cost you
stunning views of the atlantic. there are eight bedrooms and nine and a half baths. if you want to see all the pictures, we posted them on the website at fox25boston.com. sara: giant orange dinosaur on route 1 in saugus isn't going anywhere. there are fears 20-foot tall would disappear because mini golf course stood for more than 50 years was being sold. the devepe dinosaur and will install it next to the hotel that he is building there. >> gene: 8:40. dog ends up in the hospital after a trip to the doggy daycare. coming up how police chase caused this dog to become seriously ill. >> sara: young girl left bald after changed shampoo and could lead to changes across the
>> daniel: insisting products are safe but more than 20,000 similar complaints have been filed. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news in the video school bus driver on the other side of the street to get in front -- drive other side of the street to get in front of the fed-ex truck. then the fed-ex truck gets in the other lane and passes school bus and started to drive slower. police investigating the
injured. >> gene: surveillance video captured moment four men stormed high-end jewelry store in houston and happened earlier this week. workers and customers were able to hide as men used hammers to smash open display cases. witnesses say the men seemed to know exactly what they were after. >> that's not any day kind of rammedom thing that was -- random day planned out. >> gene: think they may part of big theft ring. >> catherine: expressway going northbound, stalled car at neponset ave, always congested there to begin with. see heavy delays all the way from quincy to milton into dorchester. wanted to give you look over here west a little bit 495 and going northbound. there's an accident at king street and littleton and stalled
busy in all the typical spots including 128 as make way through burlington and lexington there and 93 as you come down, head into the city toward medford and somerville. take look at drive times now, route 1, take you 22 minutes, 93 from 495 to the leverett connector half hour and 128 room route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls just over a half hour, 35 minutes or so. shiri, nice start to the day out there. fall like feeling out there. >> shiri: feels ton like fall. all morning like friday with high pressure in control and you could see that we got a lack of cloud cover. there are some patchy clouds in and boston area and whole sunshine will be the dominant feature in forecast. tomorrow it is warm, it is still partly sunny, sunday in coming clouds and scattered showers. looks to me like the heaviest stuff is probably going to come in pretty late on sunday. but timing of that coming up just now. 59? in the city. there you can see the blanket of early morning clouds that we have and future cast going to maintain a little bit of cloud
10:00 a.m. temperatures low and mid-60s, warm enough for the short sleeves. 68? in boston at lunchtime, at noon, but we got some 70s popping on my map. overall this afternoon running mostly sunny, 5:00 p.m. drive home from work and 60s and lower 70s and out late enough tonight and got some friday night plans out there, perhaps you're headed to the sox game tonight. temperatures really going to start to slip and going to be back in the lower 60s and upper 50s at 9:00 p.m. so going toec going to be out past 8:00 tonight. so this afternoon temperatures that will ride up to 69 in boston and mid-70s norwood, framingham, lawrence, up to manchester, new hampshire, and fitchburg, 70? cape and islands. over the weekend tomorrow more of the middle 70s, should be a little bit warmer here on sunday but not just cranking in the heat. cranking in humidity and moisture as well and going to
things off at 7:00 tomorrow morning. partly sunny all day long, sun, scattered clouds, warm, dry here for saturday. saturday night the clouds are really going to thicken up. slight risk of shower after midnight. when you wake up on sunday morning, slight risk of shower out there. i still see the focus of most of this rain north and west of boston here on sunday morning with many dry communities, especially south of the peek but during the afternoon we start seeing some scattered rain pop gillette as well and watching for scattered rain but the heaviest and steadiest best bet of getting measurable steady significant rain will actually be pretty late on sunday with this fronts coming through. as that front comes through sunday night it is a slow mover into monday morning and that's when we will be tracking downpours and perhaps thunder and lightning. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view has coolest and brightest conditions today at 73, 77 tomorrow with increasing
thunderstorms on sunday at 79?. those will continue into your monday morning. monday's high 78?. we do turn partly sunny again on tuesday with highs in the lower 80s and even though this is the final week of summer and fall starts on thursday, it is going to start and still feel a little summer like with high around 80?. back to you. >> sara: hundreds of animals loose inside of a home and that's why owner couldn't leave his house without a protective
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report but she was able to show us a confirmation receipt for the complaint that she filed online. now she says the mbta has contacts her wanting more details about the incident. >> a suspected drug dealer on the run from police threw his heroin tash and -- stash and landed in backyard of doggy daycare. one of the dogs managed to eat the entire bag of the drug. fortunately the dog survived but daycare worker had to call the dog's owner and tell her the shocking news. >> ruining their life and they chose it. my dog didn't chose it. >> gene: dog charlie doing much better and suspect, by the way, now in custody.
the hospital and protective suit for hazardous materials. official say bird was almost 2 feet thick in some parts of the house. spca officers planned to gradually remove the birds throughout the day today. >> sara: >> gene: bill same alert for child left in the back seat. already this year 29 peop died in heat stroke incidents and bipartisan bill introduced in house would require back seat sensors and alarms. >> if you have technology why wouldn't you use it. if this many children were dying because of tainted baby food i can assure you there would be robest government reaction. >> gene: bill has republican and democratic responsers and only number of days remain in legislative session for congress to pass it. a lot more coming your way this
how pod of manatees ended up hanging out and pod in back nine. >> we are working and chance for rain over the weekend. should stay dry straight through early sunday morning. then rain chances peaking sunday night and monday 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... trump: there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. v.o.: ayotte and trump, wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes is responsible for the
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coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> catherine: 9:00 on friday september 16th, i'm catherine parrotta. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. shiri, it was a bit chilly but things are slowly warming up. >> keep in mind we drop down to 55 in boston, coldest morning since june 14th, 3 months since woke up this chilly. not just the imagination. it was in fact cooler than it has been lately. now 62 in boston plymouth. 58 in beverly, 59 in fitchburg, 54 in nashua. still some 40s out in keene and we are now into the 60s for the cape and islands where it is brightest of all. we got a lot of sunshine there but out into metrowest and boston, another round of early stubborn clouds. so at 11:00 a.m. 67?, around the boston area, 71 here at 1:00 p.m., turns mostly sunny, going to be a gorgeous