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. now at 4:00, we are starting off the day with drizzle and fog for the morning commute. i am tracking how long it will stick around. a man in custody and investigators working to figure out if he worked alone. the new details now coming out about a bombing suspect's have in the boston marathon bombings. a local man remains free as he fas deadly sweet tomatoes crash. the information about his medical history now revealed that could be relevant to the case. complete new england news coverage starts right now, this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning, 4 a.m. on this tuesday rrng september 20. i am daniel miller. >> julie: good morning, everybody, i am julie grauert. muggy, foggy, damp. those are theft adjectives we are working with and dealing with this morning. meteorologist shiri spear in
weather center with a little bit of relief from this swampy weather, shiri. >> shiri: swampy, almost tropical weather out there. a drizzly start for many this morning and this is where the rain hangs tight from marshfield southward. we have some broken up showers here. even outside of this, we do have a little bit of mist and drizzle that is going to sneak under radar for a certain extent. a damp feel in boston at 58 degrees or worcester at 64. another thing i want to point out the fact i have fog in it will only stick with us from 8 or 10:00. dense fog in worcester and lawrence and portsmouth, new hampshire. we are seeing dense spots in plymouth. these will obviously slow you down. 6 a.m. temperatures about 67 degrees. 8 a.m., 69 degrees. 70s are back by 10 a.m. real slow warm-up. slower for the clouds to break apart this afternoon.
southwest to the southeast. points north and west of boston. julie is up now with live drive-time traffic. >> julie: things quiet. don't be intimidated by the icons. overnight construction work. expressway moving along fine. no issues on 128 northbound and southbound. 12 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 19 minutes on 93 south. 22 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tol. now 4:02. the man who allegedly terrorized new york and new jersey with bombs is wake up in the hospital. ahmad khan rahami is being held on $5 million bail. werng learning more about his arrest. >> one bomb technician believes he constructed the bomb himself and his handiwork that he received training from someone with experience with
to pakistan and afghanistan between 2011 and 2014 and they are trying to determine if he became radicalized during that time. >> julie: multiple reports say the pressure cooker bomb that did not go up had a note on it that mentioned a number of other terrorist attacks including the one at the boston marathon. >> daniel: rahami was taken into custody after a gun battle with police in new jersey. they are seeking anyone else attacks. the arrest came hours after they released his photo saying he was armed and dangerous. a fingerprint that matched rahami from a previous arrest. surveillance video played a crucial role. rahami is seen on self-different cameras rolling several duffel bags down the street just before the first explosion. police revealed that a
five people inside a car stopped by a car on sunday night. that relative was questioned and released but the owner of a bar that spotted rahami sleeping the doorway of his establishment and that's when he called police. >> from the second he saw him and wake him up, he went to his left side -- i am sure the gun. he shot twice and it almost hit -- and i ducked behind the ff >> daniel: police also searched the chicken restaurant that rahami's family owns in new jersey. he is currently in a new jersey hospital for undergoing surgery for three bullet wounds. he reportedly is not cooperating with police. tighting security in the wake of the bombings in ever since first explosion in constant contact with officials in new york and new jersey. the fbi released specifically
big crowds. the head of the boston fbi told fox25 that authorities remain on alert despite the fact no current direct threat to new england. >> does this end the threat we have seen all weekend long. >> it is unknown at this point in time. too preture to say. >> julie: state police say increased patrols in fenway park and the train stations across the state. fox25 will continue to monitor the jersey and new york attacks on air and online. log on to fox25boston.com for more pictures suspect's arrest and closer look at the details of the case. 4:5. a connection between the attacks in new york and new jersey and a stabbing at a minnesota mall have been ruled out. over the weekend, stormed a mall in st. cloud stabbing nine people before being shot and killed by police. he was a private security firm employee and had a good
praised the suspect as a soldier as the islamic state. right now they are investigating this as a potential act of terrorism. all of the people hurt are now out of the hospital. this morning, students at schools that mainard will see extra police officers. they are investigating threatening messages write believed to be a hoax. we are told a woman found a bag of shotgun shells in front of her home last night. on the shells, someone wrote messages of a bomb on a school were searched and police did not find anything. a water main break in chelsea could tie up the morning commute. route 16 at murray street. the westbound side of the highway was shut down around 11:45 for crews to work on the road and we will be keeping an eye on it all morning. the coast guard is searching for a mother and sun did not return to a fishing trip off ofride. this is the boat they are searching for. 54-year-old linda carmen and
judith on sunday. the coast guard started the search near block island and the providence journal said focused on an area south of long island. bus drivers in chelsea say more need to be done to keep their children safe at the bus stop. a 6-year-old boy was hurt when the driver went past the school bus and hit him. bus drivers say a troubling trend of cars not stopping for buses. >> a problem. limit. cars crossing in front of me. even though i put these lights on people pass me all the time and know they do it to others too. i think it is terrible. >> julie: the boy was not seriously injured and the driver was charged with operating to endanger. they would like to see stiffer laws for those who don't obey the school bus laws. a woman is behind bars for dragging a woman down the road with her truck.
crack with a woman and met her in a gas station parking lot. the woman tried to steal $5 from her truck and grabbed the steering wheel. last summer dixon dragged a alleged drug dealer when he told her he did not have any drugs. we are learning of the medical history of a driver accused of hitting a newton restaurant and killing two people. he suffers from multiple mobility problems and other issues. prosecutors too took that into account and found no evidence that it played a role in the accident. he pled not guilty of motor vehicle homicide and operation to endanger and released without having to pay bail. his attorney back in court for a hearing regarding documents in the case. a local high school gym teacher is back on the job and not happy -- and everyone is not happy about it.
arrested on domestic assault charges in he essex. he smashed a woman's face in a door frame. wilmington high school placed him oned a murtive leave for a week before allowing him to go back to work. >> i think they should have waited because scary for students like me. >> i don't think he did anything to affect the kids as far as i understand. >> daniel: the teach is due back in court on october8. week of the next presidential debate and the latest poll show the gap between donald trump and hillary clinton closing in one battleground state. clinton only leads trump by 1 point. the majority of florida voters dislike both major candidates equally. welcome to hillary clinton.
jimmy fallon donned a surgical mask but then all business. in the segment taped last week before the new york and new jersey attacks, clinton cussed 9 threats our country is facing and took a moment to discuss the dangerous relationship between vladimir butte and her rival donald trump calling it, quote, the most famous bromance going. donald trump has taken an unique trump talk. a phone bank with volunteers that are calling through a computer or phone. volunteers that hit a certain number of klawls get a reward. trump's campaign said the volunteers can make a huge difference using the new systems. the first of three presidential debates is monday. trump and clinton are expected to go head to head on the direction of the country, security and achieving prosperity. the debate at hostra university in new york.
and election day. a multimillion dollar settlement ends curt schilling's legal battle over the failure of his video game company. they will pay a total of $2.5 million to settle a lawsuit by the state of rhode island. in 2010, the state gave 38 studios $75 million in loan guarantees but went bankrupt two years later. if the settlement is approved it will be paid by an insurance company. the red sox keep extending their lead in league east. sox petition beginning a crucial four-game series. help with zander bougarts. a flip to third and he is out. mookie betts continues to destroy orioles pitching. 9th home run this year. sox up 2-0. david ortiz will hit the 35th homer of the season. they lead toronto by four
weather together he ten minutes. things moving along fine as would you expect on 93 south. a drive time of 20 minutes from 495 in zakim. shiri. >> the seacoast, dense fog advisory going until 9:00. we will encounter patches of dense fog not just there but parts of massachusetts as well. foggy, drizzly, misty, 7 to 75. drive home from work. upper 70s and 80s and brightening up mop is b cloud is getting a little bit stuck next. shiri, the mbta looking to put a stop to overcrowding on the t. the plan to add dozens of new cars to the red line. a man shot and killed by police. now we are getting a new look at the incident that parked national outrage.
it is 4:15 right now. the tulsa police department has released dash cam video of a unarmed man. on friday night tulsa police responded to a stalled truck in the middle of the highway. the driver terrence crutcher was already out of the truck. in the video he can be seen walking toward his truck with his hands raised. he appears to put his hands on the truck and collapses on the ground. in the video, an officer is hurt saying crutcher, quote, looks like a bad dude. y'all want to know who that big bad dude was?
brother. that big, bad dude was a father. >> daniel: police say officer betty shelly shot crutcher and she is on administrative leave while the fbi and the justice department investigates. the faa is telling everyone to leave your dangerous cell phones home when you fly and the agency is not doing much to enforce the order. we are talking about the samsung note galaxy 7 and they are under massive recall because the battery can overheat and explode. the phone caught fire and filled the plane's cabin with smoke. the faa has filed a series of warnings about the phones saying it is up to the tsa to enforce it but one expert says this is near impossible. >> if you put this on tsa's lap, everyone has a cell phone so they will be stopping everyone. >> julie: for now everybody
if you have frozen waffles. kelloggs is offering a recall. 10,000 cases of eggo nutragrain waffles have been recalled for listeria. ten packs with dates of next year. you should toss the box and call kellogg for refund. we check traffic and weather every ten minutes. we like to do this bright green on our map hours. don't be intimidated by the icons overnight construction work that will wrap up by 5 a.m. north of the pike 93 south. 23 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 9 minutes on the expressway. 20 minutes on 93 south from 49 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, it feels muggy, foggy and damp. reminds me of florida. >> shiri: this is florida
of the week it will feel like fall and it really tropical air in place. you kneel humidity? that drove it down toward yesterday and driving some things like fog and mist this morning. our dew point scale here, i know it is sticky outside and you can say for the morning hours it is a little bit oppressive out here and we have comfortable humidity that will come into play by this time tomorrow. and we get to enjoy it straight through thursday, on triit keeps creeping back again. in and out as england weather usually goes. starting off this this morning with a few showers plymouth southward. even north of that i know we don't have green on the map. some mist that is very fine -- on the radar we get foggy conditions. check out hyannis for you. 69 degrees and showers in place right now. the chance for rain is going to exist through the morning hours here and will be a little bit broken up. i expect a lot of clouds. fog as well. probably misty between those significant showers.
hyannis. worcester on the flipside, 54 . fog, visibility near zero. keep it easy on the local roadways. my drive into work was absolutely, positively pocked with fog. temperatures here starting in the low 60s at 6 a.m. in worcester. at 8 a.m., 65 degrees. 10 a.m., upper 60s. 70s back by lunchtime and close to 8 degrees as we start that slow, clearing process. the cause behind the early morning showers. up the really heavy showers where it stalled out close to the cape. that will give us a focus for early morning showers until noontime, we don't see a whole lot of hot weather. more than anything it will homeland the clouds tight. clearing skies will have to fight their way in. spots like southern new hampshire, central western mass will be the first to brighten up. you can see by 5 a.m. boston tapping into bright lee sunny
skies to clear out. wednesday in the morning, we start out nice and dry. no more fog, no more rain, and sunshine once we get into the afternoon and really a huge turn around for the day tomorrow. today we have high temperatures close to 8 in post and ipswich. 80 in plymouth. 83 in norwood. 85 in lawrence. mid-80s in manchester, new hampshire. and worcester about 78 degrees. tonight it is 60s, but also comfortable humidity. this is the kind of weather that i do think you can sleep with the the bills a little bit there. you don't need the heat. you don't need the cold. temperatures tomorrow on the warm side. low and mid-80s back in town here for your wednesday, along with partly sunny skies. i do think it will be bright for your wednesday. we are still going to have cloud cover around. 83 the low on thursday which is, yes, the first day of fall. a couple of scattered clouds and increasing clouds and 8 degrees. temperatures in the 60s over
showers around and then on sunday, it is all about the sunshine here, but this saturday, temperatures will range from 63 in boston to the mid-60s in orange and in nashua at 67 on the vineyard. it is much cooler but much clearer as we look toward your sunday plans. back to you, guys. 4:21. a local mother is is issuing a plea for small bit of closure after losing her teen son. the precious item she is hoping to get back as the 17-year-old' a memorial to holocaust victims vandalized and a piece missing.
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parents after the ongoing health issues they deemed was the result of a psychiatric issue. in a phone call to fox25, he said he couldn't stop by and do nothing. >> if you see someone getting stabbed in an alley or about to be stabbed in an alley, could you post that to facebook and ask the person nicely not to stab the person, but is that appropriate action in that case. >> daniel: gattisfeld said the government offered him a because he wanted to tell his story in court. they cannot comment on the case. fox25 reached out to boston children's hospital but we have not heard back. police are investigating vandalism at a local cemetery. part of a holocaust memorial was taken over the weekend. the man who created it spoke only to fox25 christine mccarthy about the special meaning of the piece.
that perished in the holocaust. >> reporter: the sculptor's most cherished piece dedicated to his sister that died in the holocaust along with his parents. >> i don't remember them pause i was 3 years old. >> reporter: permanently placed in center street the star of david in bronze tilt topped represent the world askew. barbed wire to signify the death camp. >> i used the hands and the which was a burning bush of moses so religious significance. >> reporter: when he received a call monday from the cemetery superintendent that the precious piece was snatched from its marble base, he was sickened. >> apavr aren'tly someone broke the piece off the top, the bronze piece, and just took it. >> reporter: he is convinced that thieves specifically targeted his skut.ture. >> i couldn't imagine why anybody would steal it other
i mean there is a value to bronze, but it is not significant. >> reporter: mir ians's memorial was supposed to be here for ever. a police report has now been filed and he hopes the invaluable piece will be recovered or the thief will have a change of heart. >> a fitting place for me because my sister and the holocaust and as long as it stays in the cemetery, i have a flies go. >> reporter: christine mccarthy, fox25 news. a major breakthrough in the fight to help people disease. the big approval just granted that one mother say also give people like her a son, a chance to survive. and it is the picture that captivated and outraged the nation. two adults passed out from drugs with a small child in
investigators are working to find fought he worked alone. michael henrich has new details in the suspect's have in the boston marathon bombings. more people will take the red line this morning than any other subway line. what the mbta is hoping to do in the future to make the commute on those trains less cramped. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning, it is 4:30 on this tuesday rrng septemr julie grauert. we are you off to a dreary start. shiri spear in the storm tracker radar center with fog and a few showers by now. but fog coming by the end of the day. >> shiri: by the end of the day. a slow process and we do make a turn for the nicer come tomorrow afternoon. but right now, plan around fog -- and fog i have been watching this morning in worcester and lawrence and beverly. we have half-mile visibility in bedford. we have light fog in boston.