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>> shiri: now at 7:00 we begin the weak with drenching rain. timeline for today's storms and where there will be strong tips. >> continue to follow breaking news out of new york city where the terror investigation taken several new turns this morning. what we know about the new bombs discovered at a new jersey train station and group of people questioned by the fbi. all coming up in live report from manhattan.
fighting for his life after shot outside of nightclub in allston. what we are learning from police in possible suspect leaving the scene. >> sara: patriot outlast the dolphins. it comes at great cost. status injury. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: 7:00 on continued morning, it is september 19th hope your morning off to a great start, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. this week off to stormy start, wind, rain, lightning and stormtracker to time out the showers. >> showers 495 and seeing the rain into central massachusetts,
sea coast of new hampshire and that's where it tends to be the heaviest right now. let's take you off to the flood advisories that continue in worcester and parts of southern new hampshire because rain coming down so fast and heavy and ponding of water on local roadways, perhaps localized flooding as well. worcester now over inch of rain and got nearly two inches of close to two inches of rain already in orange this morning. most of the rain in and around the boston area, not going to pop up until we hit and even early afternoon and there you can see the storm risk there and rain totals going to start to rise as well as we hit about lunchtime today and into the afternoon. we could be facing about half inch of rain in and around the boston area but again up to two inches and some of the harter hit towns and cities. catherine parrotta up now with live drive time traffic and slow spots. >> talking about the slow spots and going to give you sense how slow we are talking here. here are couple checks on speed, 93 there through medford, averaging 14 miles per hour on
there through saugus, 13 miles per hour and still accident route 1 as approaching 128 going south. wanted to shift down here a little bit, expressway very slow about 13 miles per hour there and over here there was an earlier accident 495 northbound and there are some delays behind that. also i can see the pike pretty slow from westboro all the way to framingham right now. wanted to give you look at one of the cameras. traffic doing okay in zakim and slow leverett and route 3 jammed up south of boston 22 minutes, 24 take you 21 minutes and 9521 minutes. over to you. >> gene: we continue to follow breaking news out of new york city this morning with the fbi's investigating series of bombs that have detonate in trash cans and video is one of to his bombs that went off saturday night injuring 29 people. >> sara: we have team coverage this morning. daniel miller looking at similarities between the bombs and once that went off three years ago at boston marathon,
melanie live in new york city in chelsea neighborhood where chaos began. melanie, this morning more bombs were discovered at new jersey train station. >> reporter: that's right. sara and gene, two pieces of information we learned last 15 to 20 minutes. inside the pressure cookers there were bb's and atf as well as fbi apartments and looking into new jersey and unclear what the connection is. all happening 16 miles away from where we are. twenty-third and 6th avenue in chelsea, this is where the first bomb went off and right now at this hour you can see they still have the road blocked off. latest information, latest bomb once again found by two men in a trash can at the train station in elizabeth, new jersey.
right there, that's video you heard of the bomb squad and detonating the explosive. the man that found it calls police when they saw wires and pipe coming out of the bag. multiple devices were found inside and the bomb squad once again accidently detonated that. let's take a look. >> the robots that were going in to disarm it cut a wire and exploded. i don't know the technological aspect of that, i know there are other they are made up of but have to be removed and all the fragments from the other piece are going to have to be tried to be picked up so the fbi can investigate this fully. >> service in the area has been suspended while fbi continues to investigate. meanwhile in new york the fbi stopped the vehicle of interest before 9:00 on belt parkway at
questioned. at this point there have been no arrest and charges in connection with the vehicle they stopped and taking you back to saturday night, 29 people hurt when one bomb exploded in manhattan. luckily everyone survived. investigators are pouring through surveillance video to look for clues. second unexploded pressure cooker bomb found a few blocks away just yesterday morning. there are reports that surveillance video may show the same man in both locations of the chelsea bombs. hours explosion a pipe bomb exploded in a garage near a marine corps charity in new jersey but because the start of race had been delayed luckily no one was in the area yet. there are also multiple reports all three devices had contained residue of explosive. new york governor ordered new york state police and national guard members across the city and security has already been
president is scheduled to visit the u.n. but again this morning security is extremely tight in the area and once again we are being told that ball bearings found inside the pressure cooker. this morning again no arrest have been made. we will be out here to update you for now. live in chelsea, manhattan. fox25 news. >> gene: they looked eerily similar by the tsamaevr and why homemade bombs have become more common. >> daniel: fox25 spoke with counterterrorism with how to build the bombs. retired u.s. army major bob kendrik says it is cool and easy. four blocks where bomb exploded in no e's chelsea neighborhood they found pressure cooker with wires out of it attached to cell
evidence. pressure cooker filled with nails and ball bearings were used in the 2013 boston marathon bombing. >> easier to find about the marathon bombing and not that difficult to replicate unfortunately. >> at this point state police tell fox25 there are no known links between anyone and anything in massachusetts and the bombing in new york and new jersey, but investigators still we will, of course, continue to follow this developing news for you all morning. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: isis now taking responsibility of minnesota mall but u.s. official say they don't have that confirmed. saturday night around 8:00 walked into a mall with a security uniform. it is not immediately known if isis had planned the attack or
situations in minnesota, new jersey and new york all morning and breaking updates on air, online and on fox25 news app. that is free to download. >> happening right now boston police are searching for a gunman that opened fire outside of an allston nightclub leaving a man in critical condition. jessica reyes live at the scene where witnesses were able to give police a description of the suspect >> jessica: police looking at surveillance cameras from the nightclub to get better look at person they are now looking for. they can tell you this all happened and building you see right here and operates at nightclub and nighttime and people that live in the area they say it is especially busy on sunday night. now, the victim we understand was shot near the parking lot on platte street in alton and right around corner in linden street where he collapsed. he was shot after 10:00 last night and you can see by looking
scene, officers did show up here. in his 20s and shot several times in upper body and rushed to boston hospital with injuries that police are describing as life-threatening. it is still very early in the investigation so details are still limited, but police did say there was some sort of fight that broke out just before this man was shot. now, once again at this point police are going to be looking through surveillance video from this club but they did get a brief description from of a possible suspect leaving scene in red car and say he was black man wearing hoodie and green pants. details are still pretty limited and getting update from boston police only on that suspect but also how the victim is doing and we will keep you posted as soon as we get that. live in allston, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: tonight red sox begin final road trip of the regular season. make or break trip for the
now things are looking really good. hanley ramirez providing fireworks against yankees. down four-zero in the fifth and ramirez line drive 3-run shot and tied and seventh hanley again. got out of that one. over monster and that solo shot is game winner and pairing with team of late. five-four and sweep yankees in three game series. standings look like this and baltimore, that's who they play tonight, toronto fading four back and yankees forget about it and eight games off the pace in american league east. >> catherine: >> shiri: lower 70s now in boston and expecting the next two hours to remain dry but we have the heavier downpours that will be moving into the boston area for the afternoon. i will time it out next.
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>> shiri: really heavy rain worcester to acton to lowell this morning and traveling falmouth to sandwich and expect torrential downpours as well as limited visibility. >> giving patriots fans a hang-off this morning. jimmy garoppolo taking a hard hit forced to leave the game with shoulder problems and playing prior to that. patriots did win but for thursday night's game against the texans and next man up jacoby and more on problems jimmy facing. >> 21-zero lead and then, of course, the injury happened. jacoby burr set came in, played two and a half quarters, ended
and good enough for 1st place in the afc east and when eye toward thursday, jacoby did get start and let's see it again, it is all because of this play. jimmy garoppolo has the lead less than five left in the first half and he gets the completion but also gets walloped. man, did he get hit by the dolphins linebacker. fell on him, fell on throwing shoulder, fox25 sports director tom leyden nursing a sore shoulder and x-rays negative. >> working on this for a long time and training camp and a lot of reps and did good job and two and a half quarters and good job for us.
got hit by alonzo? >> not much. >> michael: coach belichick did not budge much from there. not much what we all got when it came to the response of what happened. team as whole, they need to get through two more games until tv12 comes back on the field from the four game deflategate suspension, so now folks are eagerly awaiting return of tom brady. two-zero, 1st place in afc sound off and we will hear from them in an hour. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: mystery of masked brady has been solved, for this week at least. he unmasked himself. yeah, former patriot receiver and tom brady favorite target wes welker. welker wasn't guy wearing the mask last week in arizona but
and tailgating. >> warm welcome from them i can see. pretty funny stuff. all right. let's look at roads right now. >> delays behind route 9 up 128 and coming down 128, accident there on shoulder of 93 and terrible spot for that, jammed up behind it in woburn and route 1 there trying to get to 128, traffic coming through somerville trying to head into the city and slow crawl today and 9336 minutes, 59 minutes university ave and 24 minutes. back over to you. >> gene: we have rain in the
>> feel like lawns are gone for this year. >> gene: wheat farm. >> sad but true and now going to be watering some of your weed farms, i guess and frequent and couple damaging wind gusts and so far all i have winds with storms and that's enough and rattles the house a little bit and downpours definitely big story and cold front blasting through the area and continuously trigger the storms today and last hour a lot of storms into worcester area 495 and merrimack valley and lost a little bit of potency and still raining ask still paring in couple towns and cities and upper cape as well and next
got to watch and 9:00 a.m. most of it still north and west of boston here. by noon time the chance for storms going to go up even in the boston area. we are watching out for afternoon storms and only takes one to get solid half inch of rain or more and broken up and hit or miss and certain extent if you get one moving through your rain going to be good for today. 5:00 p.m. we stil conditions across eastern and southeastern massachusetts. though with the setting sun some of the storms die out a little bit and fizzle and fade and potential for isolated storms overnight tonight and early tomorrow morning over southeastern massachusetts in particular plymouth and southward and see we have temperatures currently in the upper 60s, lower 70s, not much movement, only around 76 in and around the boston area. tonight we drop you back into the sixties, drying out north and west and still chance for
southeastern massachusetts through tomorrow morning and tomorrow's highs low and mid-80s, 7-day forecast and slow laering here tomorrow and lower 80s and saturday sprinkle in the morning and clear out for sunday. back to you. >> sara: thousands turn out for a propot rally in boston. why organizers say it didn't al time librarian lived a frugal life and then left millions to the university of new hampshire. but not all the students are happy with the way the money is being spent. the high ticket item that was purchased with
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blic 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. vote yes on 2. for stronger public schools. >> gene: governor charlie baker isn't up for re-election until 2018 and fundraising and most recent report filed with the state shows campaign account close to $4 million in it. he benefiting from change in state's campaign finance laws which doubled the maximum donation allowed from $500 to
salem getting makeover as satanic temple. old victorian will serve as new headquarters. spokesperson for the group says they understand the ironing town which executed people for suspected ties to satan will now be the headquarters of the world's largest satanic organization. satanic temple open to the public on friday. students at university of new hampshire are upset with how the school plans to spend a librarian. last week we told you about the 4 million-dollar gift from robin marrin and left entire estate to the school after the death. unh plans to spend $1 million for scoreboard from football stadium and 1,000 will be at library where he worked for 50 years. >> gene: city of cambridge wants to take pets out of pet stores and proposed ordinance aimed at cracking down out out f
boston banned and no cambridge pet stores currently sell dogs. it was a good one while it lasted and now it is over. the goat that was on the loose in tewksbury for weeks is no locker roaming free. animal rescue league of boston says the goat was captured on saturday and goat spotted late last month and goat often applied >> shiri: following heavy rainfall. estimate two and a half inches in ringe, new hampshire, two inches of rainfall, how much to plan around in your town or cities coming up. >> gene: tv's finest for emmy awards and show you which of the favorite shows took home the top honors. >> stephanie: driver charged crashing into busy restaurant will be in court today.
bus and get ready for school, make sure dressed appropriately. >> >> shiri: we have the drencher of forecast out there right now. we have got second batch of storms focused from the vineyard falmouth up to mashpee this morning. we have these spot showers that will continue and what right now looks like widespread rain, especially in central mass in the merrimack valley going to fall apart a little bit here, so noon time 74? and widely scattered showers and storms and almost pop-up style and
home, as you head home from work as well and dinner time a lot of focus will be in southeastern massachusetts. got the total timeline coming at you and catherine parrotta up with live drive time traffic. >> catherine: lanes blocked between exits 12 and 13 in natick and heavy delays behind that spot. over delays behind the spot as well as you're approaching needham moving up north, 128 southbound and accident right there on shoulder nearny, look at delays behind that, solid line of red, pretty much to wakefield right now. here is from the mbta, orange line, minor delays, there was an earlier disabled train there, take a look, this is one of the cameras traffic moving over the zakim bridge, leverett connector, volume tip clock winding heavy as it is at this hour. here are drive times for you
pike 47 minutes, 93 from 495 to leverett connector and just over an hour right now gene and sara, over to you. >> we continue to follow breaking news out of new york city this morning where an act of terror investigation is underway. >> overnight more bombs were found at train station in new jersey and right now there are reports that the fbi is raiding a home near that scene. fox25 melanie live in manhattan where security is really tight this morning, >> reporter: atf agents at this hour raiding home in elizabeth, new jersey, 16 miles away from where we are and also learned that ball bearings and bb's inside pressure cookers and around us over here, short time ago, minutes ago, we saw officers checking id's here and walk down and first explosion happened. here is latest information. latest bombs found by two men in
elizabeth, new jersey. take a listen. called police when saw wires and pipes coming out of the bag. multiple devices found inside and bomb squad accidently detonated one. meanwhile in new york the fib stopped vehicle of interest before 9:00 at belt parkway and five people at this hour still questioned. at this point the fbi charges in connection with the vehicle they stopped. we know on saturday once again 29 people were hurt when one bomb exploded in the chelsea section and everyone survived.
firefighters as well as investigators back to the scene over here but again this morning, no arrests have been made for now. back to you guys. >> gene: give us sense what police presence is like right now. >> heavy police presence and going to do it for quite sometime and take a look here, also over here, this is where investigators e the work. and undercost officers, local and state police here any type of evidence they find here on scene they are going back and investigating it, puagain at this hour still very active investigation at the first explosion site. for now live in manhattan. >> gene: we will check back with melanie throughout the morning. >> sara: at this point massachusetts state police tell
jersey and minnesota. police in new york did recover a pressure cooker bomb similar to the ones used in boston marathon bombings near the scene of saturday's explosion it chelsea. massachusetts governor charlie baker says state troopers are working with federal authorities to keep tabs on the investigation. >> as of right now doesn't appear to be any particular guidance coming from them with respect to where this all originated from. obviously something we are paying very c >> again, police say there are no incredible threats to massachusetts right now. of course, we will continue to monitor the situations in minnesota, new jersey and new york all morning long. we will have breaking updates on air, online and on our fox25 news app. it is a free download. >> gene: 7:35 and today driver who was behind the wheel of suv when crashed into a crowded newton pizza shop will be arraigned on several charges including motor vehicle homicide. two people died in crash six
caused that horrific scene. fox25 stephanie coueignoux live outside woburn district court with the arraignment will take place. stephanie, good morning. >> expecting brad casler to walk interest court and been charged, two people died, seven oths this month and two counts of motor vehicle homicide and one count of operating to endanger. this was video that fox25 obtained as casler himself taken to the hospital after crashing into the restaurant, swot tomatoes in newton. middlesex district attorney's office was driving through newton when crossed washington street hitting several cars and ultimately crashing through the front of that restaurant and
casler's learn says physical condition could not have prevented what happened but didn't say exactly what the health concerns are. that is something we could possibly learn in court later on today. since that crash his license and several accidents dating back to 1998 again. we will anybody court to have very latest for you starting at four here on fox25. in woburn, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> worcester dentist groping one of the female patients examine understand in court today. dr. nickel patel assaulted the woman four times while she was having her teeth worked on. dentist was arrested last month and denies the charges and been out on bail since the arraignment. >> sara: massive crowd in two day rally in support of legalizing marijuana in massachusetts. voters will decide on issue this november. despite the efforts of organizers not everyone was sold
>> i guess because i have children and don't know whether it would be more prevalent in their lives but i'm on the fence. >> city initially blocked the event but friday a court-ordered the city to approve permit for the event. police say they didn't make any arrest at the rally. sara: november marijuana vote already causing problems. city leaders in amesbury approved use of ban of marijuana in public but mayor vetoed the ban saying it would impact the city council now has throw weeks to override the veto. >> gene: quincy public schools will start testing water for lead. testing inside all 19 of schools as part of the statewide program sponsored by governor charlie baker. they found six of buildings over the summer had lead. >> sara: shop opened after
pizza. died of heart attack in august. celebrate the life a customer is challenging the brockton community to eat at supreme pizza everyday for 1 week. >> came here. great guy and whole family and eat here every single day. >> crying with us and hugging us. >> sara: family says support of the community is overwhelming and means everything. >> catherine: west of the city 290 eastbound slow only averaging 6 miles per hour and results accident there near plantation street and have other incidents and drive time coming up. shiri? >> shiri: right now temperatures in the 70s. we need the umbrellas both morning and afternoon today because we are going to see some
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. vote yes on 2.
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there has to be some form. v.o.: ayotte and trump, wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> shiri: steadiest stuff north of the pike anyone traveling into northeastern mass in mer knack valley, greater worcester area seeing soaking and rain there for hours and another heavy band from osterville to barnstable over the cape. >> sara: breaking news right now, 28-year-old man being
chelsea bombing over the weekend. 29 people were injured in the explosion over the weekend. second pressure cooker bomb found nearby but didn't blow up. investigators looking into whether there's a connection between the chelsea bombs and the one that exploded in pneumonia saturday as well as ones found last night at train station in elizabeth, new jersey. we will have much more on major development at 8:00. >> gene: from plane. they jumped from the plane after seeing flames shooting from the wing. pilots suffered minor burns but will recover. passengers and two residents of the home were not hurt. >> gene: plane heading from washington d.c. to germany when
on november 8th and daily mail reports plane was over canada when passenger smelled something burning and did u-turn and flew to boston before continuing on its way about 16 hours later. no one was hurt. >> 20 people including seven-year-old boy were hurt with bus and van in washington d.c. none of the injuries are life-threatening. police say the little boy has memory loss after being thrown against a pole. this happened yesterday. police say the van hit the metro bus intersection. the crash investigation. >> sara: in north carolina deadly crush there and video of scene in richmond county saturday and bus carrying a junior college football team when it blew a tire and hit an overpass. four people including ten-year-old son of coach were killed. the other victims are two players and bus driver. 42 other passengers were hurt but are expected to be okay.
lesson in seatbelt safety. pulled over to explain why and seat belts are important and decided the lesson needed to be taken more seriously so-called police and more than happy to come in for backup. >> don't know what other drivers will do. other drivers may not be -- my not pay attention and run into the back of mom and hit side of the car and you know what, if we are not hit something. >> girl's face locks like when i talked to my kids about that. >> gene: little girl promised she would always wear seatbelt and keep it on. little tough love. >> catherine: definitely wear seatbelt today and zoom in on pike eastbound 12 and 13 in natick delays behind that spot down here 128 moving northbound
route 9 but i want to show you where the delays go all the way to dedham and jammed up there in newton swelled and as you're approaching dedham, keep that in mind. moving up here, 128 southbound, still accident on map near 93, terrible spot lend it delayed all the way past lynnfield jammed, in fact, and jammed from burglary to lexington as well. this is from the mbta shuttle bus replacing red line because of police action between braintree and quincy adams and encouraging you to take the commuter rail as well if you can. crawl, not looking pretty good right now and drive times for you. pike 47 minutes, split to the pike, 33 minutes and 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. it is a mess. it will take you 78 minutes right now.
rain coming through and intense and tense rain will fall apart a little bit as we get into the afternoon and still get pockets of really heavy stuff even into the evening hours. right now heaviest stuff north of boston, really north of the pike where we are seeing the heaviest steadiest rain right now. this afternoon is when we get the hit or miss storm in boston. specifically starting based on some of the latest things that i'm looking at here. probably at 11:00 a.m. is when the chance for rain is really going to take off in some lingering showers into tomorrow morning over southeastern mass but so far we have had zero rain in boston, some points north and west of boston into western mass, getting two, three inches of rain, 73? and 11:00 a.m. 75? and storm chances starting. that is the batch of rain that's actually moving out of new york right now on track to arrive in boston around 11:00 a.m. and
wet weather here. so tropical moisture just feeding into the whole thing. the next batch of rain to watch will be this mass just arriving in connect and the trajectory of that will bring into boston like i said just before lunch time today. so doppler radar is looking pretty ugly. there you go north of the mass pike, one swath of rain and down across the rain another swath arriving on outer cape provincetown and future cast not quite wet enough in my 10:00 a.m. pockets of heavy rain. look at that noon time, talk about soaker in and around boston and lightning and gusty wind as well. once we hit the drive home from work, it is eastern and southeastern massachusetts watching for the storms and even overnight tonight the chance will exist over the cape, 7-day forecast always in view, very gradual clearing north to the
weekend. back to you. >> sara: scary close encounter for group. spot a great white and saw it splashing about a mile offshore and headed over to investigate. they say if they had to guess the shark was about ten-feet long. sara: another shark shares ortiz. this is one of six sharks tagged last few weeks and named 15 footer big papi as he continues his retirement tour. sara: coming up lady gaga has been tagged at this year's
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are all dead. >> sara: julia louie dreyfus with veep was big winner and best limited series and three out of four top acting honors. >> win, lose to me, all good and come home to celebrate one way or another. >> louie anderson. >> other top winners supporting winners and voice wins for second year in row and two-fer
many. >> lost and stand out here the rest of the night in front of everybody. >> also surprise was lead actors in drama series mr. robot and tatiana. >> get a juice boxes. >> jimmy kimmel kept 3-hour show moving poking jokes including apprentice producer mark burnett. >> that guy, >> looks like they had whole lot of fun. >> veep, best comedy, can't argue with than. congratulations with all the winners. 7:56 this morning. we are continuing to follow the breaking news overnight in last 30 minutes the fbi releasing this suspect's picture with terror investigation in manhattan and pneumonia. we will get the very latest and live report coming up the top of
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investigation after police found five more bombs in new jersey. >> jessica: learning from police about a possible suspect. >> sara: police just picture of man that's the prime suspect in bombing. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: reporter covering big story and search for suspects in new york and new jersey. good morning, everybody, thank you for being with us on monday morning, september 19th. i'm gene lavanchy. >> i'm sara underwood. we are finally getting some much needed rain, but it may be too much of a good thing. fox25 meteorologist shiri spear stormtracker weather center with
shiri. >> shiri: rain totals hefty now and focus of the heavy rain still along and north of the mass pike, worcester continues to be a hot spot for some of the heavier showers, also shifting toward framingham right now, marlboro, got another blast over the cape but boston so far nothing for you. over time it is going to void into -- slide into place and late-morning into the afternoon and look at rain totals, 1.8 inches so far in orge nashua, 1.3 in worcester. we have had some reports of two, even three inches of rainfall in boston and main rain going to start between 11 and noon today and scattered rain in the afternoon and pick up most of the rain totals. >> catherine: let's look at crashes, 128 at 93, still on the map, 128 going southbound you're jammed up behind it, all the way
lexington and waltham at the time. moving over here this is 128 northbound, one lane blocked there after route 9 and see delays extend all the way back to dedham and this is new, expressway going southbound accident there before columbia road and you could see though as going northbound jammed up there in typical spot between quincy and milton. going to give you look at picture that was just tweeted to me from morning side lawn and this is the condition right now at 192, 90 split in worcester jammed up right there. eastbound, volume pretty typical at this hour and pike 47 minutes, 93 from the split to the pike 34 minutes. 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. that escalculated quickly. gene, over to you. >> gene: breaking news over new york city and new jersey. fbi looking for this man. ahmad ramini connection to bombs
new jersey and unclear what role he may have played. >> right now teen coverage both new york city and impact and new york bombs and one that went up three years ago in the boston marathon and first look at fox25 melanie live gathering new information with the first explosion. >> eight to ten minutes wind turbine message from the nypd and armed and dangerous and let's get to the photo once again and just released from the nypd within the last ten minutes. here he is. investigators say this man 28 years old, his name and ahmad khan rahami.
station at elizabeth train station. take a listen. >> that's video you just heard of the bomb squad detonating that explosive, the men that found it called police when they saw wires and pipe coming out of the bag and multiple devices were found inside of the bomb squad accidently detonated that one. meanwhile back here in new york the fbi stopped vehicle of interest justas 9:00 on belt parkway in bridge in new york. five people at this hour are still being questioned. at this point the fbi says there have been norities and charges in connection with the vehicle. they stopped and once again taking you back to saturday night where 29 people were hurt, when one bomb exploded in chelsea section here. everyone survived. investigators are pouring surveillance still at this hour, second unexploded pressure cooker bomb was found a few
that surveillance video may show the man in the same location, both locations here in chelsea. right now let's get right back to the picture once again. police at this hour say this man ahmad khan rahami, if you see him, call 911 immediately. they believe he is armed and dangerous. back out here live. they want to talk to him hear from him. live in chelsea, manhattan, fox25 news. >> gene: homemade bombs in new york city look eerily similar to the ones used by tsamaev brothers in boston marathon and pressure cookers filled with ball bearings. and more why homemade bombs have been more common.
the bombs. retired u.s. army major says it is easy and attached to cell phone and suspected ied failed to detonate and device now important piece of evidence and boston marathon bombing and information put out by suspected terrorist are inspiring wolf attacks. >> easy to find about the marathon bombings and not that difficult to replicate. >> state police telling fox25 there are no known links between anyone and anything in massachusetts and the bombing in new york and new jersey but investigators still have a lot to uncover. in the newsroom, i'm daniel
>> sara: isis taking responsibility for attack in minnesota mall and don't have that confirmed. saturday morning around 8:00 suspect walked into the mall and dressed in security uniform and began stabbing people. nine people were hurt before off-duty police officer shot and killed the suspect. it is not immediately known if isis had planned the attack or even knew about it beforehand. we will continue to monitor the situation in minnesota, new jersey and new york all morning long. we will have breaking updates on app. it is a free download. >> daniel: >> gene: several bullets hit a man and police have rough description of the suspect. >> jessica: get better idea what the suspect looks like examine this all happened
right here. actually a nightclub here in allston and we are told the victims only in his 20s. he was apparently shot near the parking lot on pratt street and ran around the corner and collapsed in linden street and this all happened before 10:00 last night and looking at video was big scene when officers first showed up here and saying the victim only in his 20s, shot several times in his upper to boston hospital and police do say he is fighting to his life. still very early in this investigation and details aren't all clear just yet but police do say they believe there was some sort of fight before this man was shot. again, police are going going through surveillance video from this club working to get better idea what the suspect looks like but they were able to get that brief description from a witness that said he appeared black man wearing a black hoodie and left
checking with police to get update on how victim is doing and more information on this suspect and as soon as get that pass it on to you. >> talking to the driver of the pickup truck when suddenly sped off. she was dragged for more than a mile until she fell off. she is collapsed lung and bleeding in the brain. >> gene: 14-year-old eli pill at was ninth grader at lincoln-sudbury high school. he was struck by train in west newton on friday night. his mother tells the globe he was playing with friends near the tracks when he was hit. counselors will also be available at schools in newton where his friends study.
died. d.a. tells us he ran out of oxygen and when he came up to the surface for air the current threw him against some rocks. he was experienced diver and was certified rescue diver. other man pulled from the water was treated for exhaustion. >> catherine: live look at and drive times coming up. >> shiri: we have downpours on the way and gusty winds. highs stuck in the 70s. i will take you town by town coming up. >> sara: one football player got chance to take all the way to the end-zone.
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we will try to re-establish with michael henrich and jimmy garoppolo hurt and thursday night jacoby will get to start in the game and will try to re-establish with michael and get exact wording what the offensive coordinator josh mcdaniel had to say about his quarterback situation thursday. >> creepy mask and first home game unmasked himself and wes welker, tom brady's former target and not the same person wearing the mask and guy wearing it was different. >> sara: rumors lady gaga will be at super bowl may not be
spokesperson they are talking to super bowl funny. this year's game is february 5th in houston, texas right here on fox25. >> catherine: start up here, multi-vehicle accident dascomb road and 128 has since cleared in the over here carter street in chelsea an accident there, also here on the expressway this is going southbound an accident before columbia road. you could see they are jammed going up the expressway as try to make way into the city. a lot of slow spots on map today, including route 1 where jammed up as well. give you look at expressway, slow spots talking about, jammed up stretch and here are live drive times for you right now. pike 20 minutes, route 9, jammed there too and route 1 in peabody
and i want to send back over to you guys now. >> gene: 8:17 and switched over there. >> going to change. south of the pike actually seeing quite the lull this morning, expecting to get busier as head toward late-morning and afternoon here and another batch of rain that i can now radar, a little tracker on it for you and everything. we got heavy rain and lightning as big concerns today. heavy rain being the biggest. we have also got the opportunity for couple of stronger gusts. now, i don't see widespread severe weather. i think the heavy rain alone is the big thing to pay attention to today, but this is the next batch of rain that's going to be coming out of long island, new york, connecticut and if we put a tracker on it it is going to approach quincy just before
morning and scattered showers on tap, noon time batch going to be present, very present in and around the boston area, so that means downpours are expected here during the afternoon and it is going to tend to look a little more broken up but still those small cells that we get are going to pack a punch with heavy downpours, attached to them. so even though again future cast here at 10:00 p.m. looking a little naked, weak, there will be some activity that continues over southeastern massachusetts. so for the evening commute, eastern mass at risk for let's say late this evening, it is mostly southeastern mass and
tonight and early tomorrow morning. 76 in boston, it is really going to be a day spent in the 70s. cloud cover, showers limiting the warm-up, we got 60s overnight tonight, with risk of showers mostly south of boston and i think they are going to be really hit or miss overnight tonight. you will see that they tend to fall apart a little bit and problem is we still got tropical moisture in place which can put a little power behind the few showers and day tomorrow we start out with slight risk of shower south and end up also good news humidity forecast, kind of slow to improve but by wednesday and thursday it is going to feel comfortable again, 7-day forecast with weekend always in view. 76? humid and rainy today, stormy as well. we got a few lingering showers early tomorrow and clear out at 85, low 80s sunshine wednesday, thursday, friday and friday night into saturday showers and we clear out for the second half of the weekend but look at weekend highs in the
back to you. >> gene: one driver kept bus license even after he was charged with abusing autistic girl. >> talk to you about the charges against you. what do you have to say for yourself? >> gene: investigative reporter eric rasmussen untracked the driver and disturbing crack in the system that licenses your child's bus driver. tonight at 10:00 fox25 investigates discovered bus drivers while facing criminal charges. parents kept in the dark and what the state had to say when pressed for answers. 8:20 this morning local funeral home getting face lift. coming up satanic tell employerano -- temple to set up shop.
stood at same corner chicago everyday selling popsicles from a cart and passerby created a gofundme pages and it has raised more than $83,000. >> catherine: great update. two high school teams story, water boy senior has down's syndrome and w and uniform. he was able to run a touchdown. his mother was able to joan -- join him in the end-zone after the play.
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rain on the map today in worcester boylston over to stow, wayland, lexington, marlboro as well and we have downpours out there. still steady rain up to westford, tewksbury as well as salisbury, falling apart a little bit but still kind of drizzling and wet across southern new hampshire where we got slammed with one, two inches of rain early on this morning. now it is the outer cape and middle cape where we got pockets of pretty intense rain, so now saw over the cape as well, noon time 74?, it is turning widely scattered and not necessarily going to have steady rain but scattered storms continue through the afternoon, 76? here at 3:00 p.m., focus eastern mass and boston and southeastern to mass here by the evening and future cast ready to go and take you through it hour-by-hour in just a couple minutes. catherine parrotta now with live
>> catherine: shifting down this way, washington street near mcgrath highway, congested area to begin with. over here route 2 beacon street and accident at mont fort street and route 30 in the natick area and you could see some delays behind that spot as well and live camera, traffic moving 93 south through somerville, typical slow crawl and live drive times for you right minutes jammed up there. also 93 from 495 to leverett connector and jammed up there as well about 53 minutes. gene and sara, over to you. >> gene: act of terror investigation is underway. >> sara: police released photo of man they are looking for in connection in new york city attacks and found bombs at train
fox25 melanie live in manhattan where security extremely tight this morning. >> reporter: new york governor calling this act of terrorism. fbi and atf searching elizabeth, pneumonia -- new jersey and talking to relatives where the 28-year-old man is, intense seven underway right now and here, this is where the firs explosion went off on saturday and get right to this picture that police released short time ago. police right now looking for 28-year-old and police are there right now at his apartment. police want to talk to rahami about saturday's chelsea explosion. saturday night 29 people were hurt when one bomb went off in
investigators pouring through surveillance video looking for any clues. now second bomb exploded, pressure cooker bomb exploded few blocks away yesterday morning and there are reports surveillance video may show the same man in both elections of chelsea bomb. two men in a trash can over at train station in elizabeth, new jersey. man that found it called police when they saw wires and pipe coming out of the bag. bomb squad accidently detonated it. now, i want you to take a look at this picture once again. police looking right now for ahmad khan rahami and police right now, there's an intense manhunt on the way and once again searching the apartment and police are also warning new yorkers and see this man don't even go near him, call 911
dangerous. back out here live within the last hour or so, there's more of police presence. back to you. >> gene: more of police presence in chelsea where you have been all morning. seen a change since they released photo of that suspect? >> reporter: as a matter of fact, if i heard you correctly, intense manhunt underway. atf and fbi with it to 16 of them actually show up to the scene and coming as far away from pennsylvania so right now police saturated the area and going back to the scene and right now police are asking public if you know who the 28-year-old man is call police.
the incident in new york, new jersey and minnesota. police recovered a pressure cooker bomb similar to the one used in boston marathon bombings near the scene of saturday's explosion in chelsea. state troopers working with federal authorities. >> as of right now doesn't appear there are any particular guidance coming from them with respect to where this all originated from. obviously paying >> again, police say there are no incredible threats to massachusetts right now. we continue to monitor the situations in minnesota, new jersey and new york all morning long. we will have breaking updates on air, online and on our fox25 news app. it is a free download. >> gene: 8:35. man driving suv when went into crowded newton shop will face a judge. today hoping to get answers
outside woburn district court with the arraignment and take place. stephanie, good morning. >> stephanie: gene, still the biggest question why all of this happened, incredible tragedy, brothers of one of the two victims ridership here in court. we are still waiting for brad casler to also arrived, but again, the crash happened back in march. again, two people died, several others injured and brad driver charged in connection with this crash indicted e months. this is video that fox25 obtained showing him being taken to the hospital after crashing into sweet tomatoes. client's health and physical condition could not have prevented what happened and what those health concerns are, possibly information that they will be learning in court later on today. now, the middlesex district attorney's office says that casler was driving through newton when he crossed
crashing through the front of the busy restaurant and now been charged with two counts of motor vehicle homicide and one county county -- count to endanger and looked into driving history and found that he has had throw accidents in 1998 and we will be here in court and latest on court and online at fox25boston.com. in woburn, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 >> sara: worcester dentist accused of groping one of the female dentists will be in court. he assaulted woman four times while she was having her teeth worked on. dentist was arrested last month at office. he denies the charge and been out on bail since arraignment. >> sara: police say teen
the victim knew his attackers. teen still in the hospital recovering. >> sara: funeral home getting makeover as satanic temple. it will serve as temple's new headquarters. spokesperson for the group says they understand the irony town which once executed people for suspected ties to satan will now be the headquarters of the world's largest satanic organization. the >> daniel: >> gene: statewide program sponsored by governor charlie baker. boston public schools found lead in six of the buildings over the summer. >> customers flooded pizza shop and owner suddenly died. deed from heart attack while
celebrate his life customer challenging the brockton community to eat at supreme pizza everyday for 1 week. >> crying with us. >> sara: shop reopened on friday and family says the support of community is overwhelming everything. >> final road trip of the regular season and plong way to determining playoff fate. things looking promising right now. fireworks against the yankees. ramirez line drive off the light tower and left. that was a shot. free run shot at that. sox tied game in sixth and seventh and hanley again all he got out of that one, blast over
is the game winner. hanley ramirez carrying the sox on back, won five-four and sweep yankees in four game series. standing this morning looked like this and really good for the red sox, three up in baltimore face the o's in baltimore tonight. toronto slipping away four back and yankees all but done eight games off the pace. better spots this morning have drive times coming shiri? >> shiri: framingham area and hudson, you could see pretty messy out there, yellows, reds, oranges, heavy rain not in boston though and give your kids a raincoat 55 leaving right now because we have storms that will be in place as kids are coming home from school later today and show you how it impacts the drive into work -- rather home from work later today and drive
>> needed to rescue a home he planned to rob. >> sara: she looks cute and mother says she needs to learn important lesson about safety. while she called police on three-year-old daughter. while she called police on three-year-old daughter. >> gene: big narrator: "by almost every measure, public charter schools have been a success." "they are models of inspiration." esults" 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. vote yes on 2.
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sunglasses scare in the air and involved kitchen apolice. plane was heading from washington d.c. to germany when a coffee pot malfunctioned and started overheating and daily mail reports plane was over canada when passenger smelled something burning and did u-turn to head to boston before continuing on its way about 16 hours later. no one was >> sara: none injuries life-threatening. police say little boy was memory loss after being thrown against pole after bus crash. this happened yesterday and police say the van hit the metro bus in an intersection. the crash remains under investigation. north carolina federal investigators now checking the tires on bus involved in deadly crash there. video of the scene in richmond on saturday.
college football team when it blew a tire and hit overpass. four people including the ten-year-old son of coach were killed. the other victims are two players and the bus driver. 42 other passengers were hurt but they are expected to be okay >> gene: 250,000 gallons of fuel spilled and pipeline now shut down. states of emergency had been which expected to see gas shortages this week. prices in georgia shot up 16 cents in the last week and pipeline carries gas to new york. >> gene: u.s. montgomery suffered two serious engine failures. it was heading to san diego about but now return to ship
those cost at least $400 million to build. >> teach young daughter lesson in seatbelt safety and woman says three-year-old unbuckled seatbelt during a ride home and pulled over and explained why seat belts are important but she decided lesson needed to be taken more seriously and called police happy to come in for backup. >> don't know what drivers are going to do, other drivers may not y into back of mom. they get hit the side of the car and you know what, if we are not buckled, our body is going to hit something. don't know what that is. >> sara: little girl promised officer she would always keep her seatbelt on. >> wear seat belts too. kind of horrendous and couple of accidents here and 93 southbound multi-vehicle accident dascomb
still extending far beyond that spot. over here route 3 southbound there's a traffic light failure there and that could cause some problems. that's treble cove road and see delays behind there all the way back toward lowell moving down this way and route 2, beacon street, an accident there near mont ford street, so that i can that into account, wanted to shift this way too, accident on the pike going eastbound near route 30 in the natick area, not seeing too many delays behind that and perhaps getting ready to clear. take look live still pretty heavy there. live drive times for you, route 1 jammed up 34 minutes, 93 from 495 jammed there too, 52 minutes, worst drive time on the map though is 128 route 1 to the weston tolls and over an hour and a half right now. over to you guys. >> gene: now 8:48 on monday morning. we have a rainy monday, maybe not where you are yet but it is
>> shiri: talk about the drought and all i feel about rainfall deficits today, talk about rainfall totals. that's a good thing. everybody and north of boston and hit or miss storms in the boston area and afternoon and evening, thinking for lunch time and skies getting for the shot and southeastern massachusetts so right now boston at 71? and lunchtime and 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. and likely have showers overhead, localized downpours at times, thunder and lightning, all things watching through the afternoon as temperatures get stuck in the 70s. so we are just pumping all this tropical moisture into play today. you can almost feel it when you
downpours and the trigger is going to be cold front as it comes through right now and downpours north of the pike and another batch and coming back out of connecticut right now and toward boston later this morning and scattered rain out there and noon time there's the storm and lunchtime in and around the boston area, eastern mass, southeastern mass, some of the areas that haven't so far hd that's where we are going to be storming over. and we have got hit or miss storms that continue into the afternoon. not just 5:00 p.m. but i see a healthy amount of rain at 8:00 tonight and going to fall apart a little, not necessarily be as widespread as what we have now. there's still going to be localized downpours straight into the overnight hours, something that we got to watch here for southeastern massachusetts, even as you wake up tomorrow morning, shower could hang tight south of plymouth, clearing process is going to be slow.
the mid and upper 70s, then tonight we fall back to the 60s, tomorrow finally warming back into those middle 80s with the really slow clearing. sunshine lower 80s, wednesday, thursday, friday, 60s this weekend with a couple saturday
showers but sunday sun. back to you. >> sara: home of the famous wizard hit the market and land one of a kind home fit for harry
>> sara: breaking news right now in chelsea. six-year-old boy has been hit by a car which passed a stopped school bus. the bus stopped to drop off students on carter street and while the boy was in the street a car passed the bus and struck him. police say the stop sign on the bus was extended. the boy does have bumps and bruises. he was taken to ambulance by
the driver stayed at the scene and has been charged with operating to endanger. >> gene: bizarre burglary attempt leaves 15-year-old stuck in chimney. the teen got stuck after trying to break into a home in baton rouge. the pest control worker was there at the time and heard strange noises from the chimney now at first the homeowner thought it was the tv and then the worker started to call out the noise and got a response give me a rope. i say a rope? i need a rope. >> firefighters did get the teen out by freedom was short lived. police arrested him once he got out of the chimney. >> sara: house hunters in glendale can shell -- england home where harry was forced to
the house was in first harry potter film. >> gene: we have a lot more coming your way this morning. we continue to follow breaking news out of new york city. police now searching for a suspect in a pair of attacks. next we will take you live near the side of one of this weekend's bombings where police still have part of that area blocked
off. >> shiri: two ashburnham and concord, new hampshire. i have where the rain is heaviest now a 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,
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search for the suspects. >> daniel: it is monday, september 19th, i'm daniel miller. >> catherine: i'm catherine parrotta. heavy storms already dropped more than three inches of rain on some towns. >> we have had a lot of one, reports, so it is heavy rain that we are watching through the rest of the day. right now right along the mass pike between worcester and boston and stretching up to lowell and lawrence and steady rain, next batch going to come out of connect and going to be in place by lunchtime today. that's going to affect southeastern mass and so far we have had barely any rainfall totals. so over inch of rain in lawrence, inch and a half of rain, pushing almost two inches so far in worcester and in orange and in inch and a half in