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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: 9:00 a.m. on tuesday september 20th. >> julie: i'm julie grauert. feels swampy. >> shiri: nasty conditions right now. basically swimming into work humidity is so thick. we also got showers on the map right now from the southcoast to borne and the canal there in the bridges and passing over the cape and damp feel this morning and a little bit of mist and sneak under radar and temperatures in the upper 60s to lower 70s and towns and clouds, and visibility actually dropping again in worcester back down to about a mile and fog in bedford,
looking much better than it did two hours ago and dense fog, no longer the case and fog out there, ugly morning. clouds remain through lunchtime today in and around boston. 77? here at 1:00 p.m. we got highs in the upper 70s to lower 80s there and clouds break apart for the afternoon and eventually brighten up and got to get through fog and mist this morning, 80 to 86 for range of highs with gradual clearing from the northwest to the southeast and hour-by-hour look with future cast coming up in just minutes. julie back time traffic. >> julie: 128 southbound and 93 in lexington area. pike stop and go in the weston tolls and the expressway still sluggish up past morrissey boulevard. here are live drive time, 27 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 49 minutes on 93 south and hour and ten minutes still on 128 southbound from peabody to the
>> daniel: breaking news right now into the man that terrorized new york and new jersey. cnn is now reporting that bombing suspect's wife left the united states a few days before the attack. official are working with pakistan and the united emirates to get in touch with her to find out if she knew anything about the attack. right now suspect in bombing in new jersey and new york city is behind bars. 28-year-old ahmad kahn rahami was born in community. >> julie: police trying to figure out if he left alone. he was found sleeping in bar in lyndon, new jersey yesterday morning. he had approach with officers. he was shot. it was the bar's owner that called police after noticing suspicious man and released by
him the photo. said looks exactly like this guy but only the miss attach but looks like him and recognize him and same guy. he said are you sure, i said yes. >> julie: plus say rahami traveled to afghanistan and pakistan and changed when he came back and so far no known ties to terror groups. he owns fried chicken restaurant in new jersey and has had problems. >> daniel: handwritteno that referenced the tsamaev brothers. fox25 michael henrich is live along boylston street with look at similarities between the two attacks. good morning, michael. >> michael: good morning. several similarities types of weapons in new jersey and obviously a race just like here at the boston marathon finish line in 2013. it is the note that is really catching some eyes at this point. several law enforcement sources telling multiple national
referenced in note left right near some of the unexploded devices. >> daniel: still not clear influenced new york bomber ahmad kahn rahami but intentional or not similarities exist between the weapons prosecutors say rahami used this past weekend and what the tsamaev brothers used in boston in 2013. pressure cookers variety of metals, including ball bearings. that said the top official with the fbi in boston tells fox25 there's no credible imminent threat against new england targets. >> isn't anything specific or credible relevant to our backyard. >> federal, state and local police are not taking any chances though and enhances security operations for the patriots game thursday night at gillette and also expect to see
throughout the public transit system. >> it is the calm before the storm. >> homeland security security anthony iwamura says isis inspired attacks in new york and new jersey can be very difficult to prevent. >> look at known people and pay attention to information coming in and hope you're one step ahead of them. >> michael: retired u.s. army ex about the new york, new jersey investigation, how some of the lessons might be learned here and remembered here. we, of course, will air some of that again in the next live report. live in boston, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> daniel: we will monitor here and online and log on to fox25boston.com about suspect's arrest and closer look at the details of the case.
there are new arrests linked to the deadly truck attack in france back in july. prosecutors in france say eight people have been taken into custody in connection with the bastille day attack in nice. 86 people died and hundreds more were hurt when a man drove a box truck into a crowd of people watching fireworks display. the truck drove nearly 2 miles before the driver was shot and killed by police. we are told the suspect arrested today are from france. >> sara: >> julie: new this morning police want to boost security in own parking lot. police don't feel safe having cruisers in the open. jessica reyes live outside the southbridge police department with the plan to put a giant fence around the lot. jess? >> jessica: julie, the police chief here have said they have had number of problems with parking lot the last year in southbridge and says needs more protection to keep officers safe as they are coming and going from work.
the current parking situation and not secure, there's no fence around it at all and chief now wants to change that. his plan is to install a fence around the parking lot here and actually asked the town to repurpose up to $60,000 that was going to be used to repave the parking lot and wants to use that for a fence instead. town counselors unanimously approved the request. southbridge said they have had number of last year arthur burnham. you might remember this. he went into a police lobel and threatened to kill everyone and then went into the back and doused a cruiser and then jumping up and down as the cruiser burns. worcester telegram and gazette number of other factors here was killing of maryland police officer outside precinct and
secure the loss because of reports of officers having lug nuts on their cars being unscrewed and as did report last month, actually did happen to the personal vehicles of three boston police officers. crews will be out here later today talking to the chief about this and more tonight on the fox25 news at four, five and 6:00. live in southbridge, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: local high school gym teacher is back on the job and not everyone is happy about home in essex last week. police report he smashed woman's face into a door frame and wilmington high school placed him on paid leave for a week before allowing him to return to work. >> kind of scary for students like me. >> don't think he did anything to affect the kids as i understand. >> altari is due back in court on october 18th. >> julie: we are now less than
poll shows gap between hillary clinton and donald trump closing in one battle ground state. take look at these numbers in florida released by the new york times yesterday. clinton only leads trump by one point. the majority of florida voters say they dislike both equally. george h.w. bush said to be voting for hillary clinton. this picture with the president. spokesperson says bush's vote will remain private. sara: >> julie: donald trump's son criticized. donald trump junior tweeted an image says if i had a bowl of skittles and three would kill you, would you take a handful? that's the syrian refugee problem. the message has official logo of
>> daniel: in the multi-million dollar settlement for curt schilling over video game company. red sox pitch and her other parties will pay total $2.5 million to settle lawsuit by state of rhode island. 201038 studios $78 million in loan guarantees and went bankrupt a year later an would be paid by insurance company. daniel: 9:10. red sox start crucial four game series last night. nice stop and mookie betts continues to destroy orioles pitching and ninth home run against baltimore this year and sox up two-zero and then in the fifth david ortiz will hit the thirty-fifth homer of the season
both baltimore and toronto by four games in the division. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. look at drive time on 93 south right now, hovering around 50 minutes on 495 in andover down to the zakim. shiri? >> shiri: 37 in the 60s and low 70s, lots of clouds, lots of fog right now heading home from work, at least it is going to be brighter, especially north of boston, 78 to 84. i will time out the clearing in your town or city when we come back. >> daniel: a lot more coming he was not a welcomed guest at check-in. 200-pound bear that had the
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asking protest to be peaceful. >> julie: hoping to get driverless cars safely on to the roadways and jacqueline fell in washington where new rules will be released today. >> reporter: can save times and new guidelines for testing and deployment of automated vehicles. transportation officials tell meet the rules will detail how vehicles will perform and include model for state policies. in briefing call officials say driverless cars can help americans stuck in traffic, give new mobility to millions that lack it today including the elderly and disabled. it is believed automation will help prevent the 94% of crashes
15-point safety assessment for vehicles. just last week the ride hailing giant and uber started using driverless technology. they are not required to follow the guidelines, it is volunteer and he cause consumer advocates to criticize the plan saying standards and safety rules should be legally enforceable. reporting live in washington, jacqueline fell, fox25 >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. thing slow braintree split up to around morrissey boulevard. pike sluggish right after the weston tolls. accident on the zakim bridge, that's icon on 93 south and that's why we are seeing such heavy steady volume in the live picture. here are live drive times, 40 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 29 minutes on the expressway. 46 minutes on 93 south from 495
>> daniel: looks like fall but feels like late spring. >> shiri: feels like june out there because temperatures running good ten to 15? above average the next couple of days. kind of goes along with yesterday's tropical forecast where we have the tropical downpours, really high humidity. humidity still going to be extremely high today, so going to be very sticky out there which daniel contributes to late again and with it see drop in humidity and batch of rain, another pop of rain actually forming over rhode island and connecticut and spot showers on
and last noon to two and drizzly, 70? and fog as well and 80? in plymouth today but also comes with the risk here of some sprinkles from time to time. once we get to the late commute, evening hours this is when we have the chance of some of the clouds breaking apart but a little less optimistic there and stall out front very close to the southcoast and cape and that's what's as well but over time clearing skies off to the north and central new england going to push southward and going to see a very different picture here at 5:00 p.m. and going with partly cloudy skies in boston but i think it is going to be quite a bit brighter into central mass, western mass, southern new hampshire, even the north shore though it is turning so much brighter later today. eventually those clear skies are going to win out any lingering clouds early tomorrow morning over the cape, those are out,
and going to feel great. temperaturewise today we got a lot of upper 70s to about 80? with enough breaks in the cloud cover and spots like ipswich and boston. plymouth today go with 78, 79?, problem is really thick clouds and early showers i was mentioning, everything kind of stalling out warm-up and going to have a lot more cloud cover focused over the cape and southcoast as well but a little brighter and warmer in fitchburg, framingham, lawrence and manchester, new hampshire, with middle 80s. tonight we will see 50s 60s. also see humidity not quite dropping off as fast as i would like. going to be a little bit sticky, sticky enough to have fog on roads tomorrow morning and humidity continues to plummet tomorrow and high temperatures in the low and mid-80s and i have tropical storm carl out there. this is expected to remain out in the atlantic. it is expected to be steered away from the united states but could strengthen to cat one or cat two hurricane here by late this week.
depression 13 and risk for becoming the next tropical storm and open atlantic not threatening anybody out there so really don't have any tropical impacts here coming any time soon. we got fall on the horizon and with the rival of fall we have lower 80s ruling wednesday, thursday, friday, under mostly sunny skies, friday night and saturday morning a couple of showers that will help cool us down because they are along a cold front. saturday things are slowly going to clear out with high of 68?, 62 with sunday back to you. >> new calls about transparency at website. paid thousands of dollars by draftkings. >> next soft sandal hybrid going viral this morning every time a new charter school opens in massachusetts, it takes funding away from regular public schools in that area.
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good morning, everyone, 9:30 and look at skyline and i will say the fog, we can actually -- wall of white. otherwise socked in. >> very if you go. >> daniel: day to stay in and have a nice cup >> shiri: i was thinking cookie dough. >> carton of ice. >> shiri: all about staying warm and comfortable and visibility definitely improving and stilt a little bit of light fog in lawrence and beverly and bedford and worcester and a lot better than it was. this morning quarter mile visibility, dense fog and that has since lifted. still showers as well and new
and plymouth, orleans and couple more of these patches past through late-morning and early afternoon. after about 2:00 p.m. we should see most of that and cut off and rain drops out there and worcester 64? and leominster 68, 68 in nashua, new hampshire with tons of clouds and, of course, we got those clearing skies on horizon and noon time 76, still mostly cloudy in places like keene, new hampshire, southwestern new hampshire that's where we will be brightening up and work its way down toward boston so at 3:00 p.m. 82? and gradual clearing commences and by 7:00 this evening, most of us are going to see broken up clouds. just the cape where i'm concerned about the clouds getting a little bit stuck. julie is back now with live drive time traffic. >> julie: still seeing slow spots throughout, shiri and keeping an eye on them and one of them 93 south and accident on
to columbia road. these are conditions like i mention on zakim still very slow going. here are live drive times, route 128 to the tobin and 52 minutes 93 south and 44 minutes which is a major improvement on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. >> bombs waking up in a hospital and held on more than $5 million bail this morning. this as we learn new about ahmad kahn rahami and investigation that led to the arrest. >> one bomb technician tells new york time they believe the 28-year-old constructed the bombs himself and that his handiwork shows that he likely received training from someone with experience with ied's. >> daniel: they are trying to determine if he became radicalized during that time.
pressure cooker bomb that did not go off in chelsea mentioned number of other terrorist attacks including one at the boston marathon. >> daniel: rahami taken into custody after a gun battle with police. >> julie: they released photo saying he was armed and dangerous and chelsea bomb had critical clues i fringier print and say surveillance video played a critical role. rahami is seen on several different camera, two duffle bags before the first explosions and police also revealed relative of rahami was one of the five people inside a car that was stopped by the fbi sunday night and relative questioned and released and rahami in new jersey hospital after undergoing surgery for three bullet wounds and reportedly not cooperating with police. julie: bombings are
to the marathon attacks. >> daniel: and he mentioned the tsamaev brothers. >> michael: law enforcement sources in multiple national reports which this note that was left by one of the bombs that did not go off in new york city, that's mentne terrorist attack but several terrorist attacks that have happened in recent years. it is still not clear how much the terrorist attack in boston marathon nearly three and a half years ago influenced suspected new york-new jersey bomber ahmad kahn rahami. intentional or not, similarities exist between the weapons prosecutors say rahami used this past weekend and what the tsamaev brothers used in boston in 2013. pressure cookers packed with a
ball bearings. retired u.s. army major bob kinder now homeland security expert remarked on fox25 news at 11 how quickly investigators used failed ied to locate the suspect. >> what it highlights is the high level of collaboration that we have between local state and federal law enforcement and intelligence >> michael: top official says there's no credible iminnent threat against new england targets. >> isn't anything specific or credible relative to our backyard. >> federal, state and local police are not taking any chances though. enhancing security operations for the patriots game this thursday night at gillette also expect to see increased police presence at fenway park as well
system. any developments break away and post them right away on the fox25 news app throughout the day. live in back bay, michael henrich, for example 25 news. >> julie: log on to fox25boston.com for more and closer look at details in the case. >> daniel: police trying to track down man that robbed bank in gardner. the guy robbed pearson boulevard yesterday. police say he was about 5'8" wearing a hoodie. >> julie: man robbed a bank around the corner from the police station. he walked into a credit union main street and pulled out gun and robbed the place. cameras got pretty clear picture of him and police say he is 6 feet tall and 40s and 50s. >> daniel: learning new
driver accused of hitting newton restaurant and killing two people. prosecutors now revealing brad casler suffers from multiple sclerosis, debilitating disease can create mobility problems and other issues. in court yesterday prosecutors say they took that into account but found no evidence it played a role in the crash at sweet tomatoes earlier this year. casler pleaded not guilty to motor vehicle homicide and operating to endanger and released without having to pay bail. casler's lawyer expected back in regarding court documents in the case. worcester woman is behind bars for allegedly dragging a woman down the road with her truck. police say pix-year-old susan dixon is a danger to the public. on saturday dixon allegedly smoked crack with woman and then met her in gas station parking lot. dixon tells police woman tried to steal $5 from her truck and grabbed the steering wheel as dixon tried to drive away.
dixon dragged an alleged drug dealer down the street after he told her he did not have any drugs. >> julie: controversy raising questions about insider trading. this weekend a professional fantasy sports player named al won 1 million-dollar prize and last year the company banned employees for competing for prices. zedden feld is not fulti apply to him. >> daniel: 17-year-old mom hoping for a small piece of closure. coal cleny shot and killed in derry, new hampshire over the summer and so far no arrest have been made and hoping to get the necklace back and those are boxing gloves on silver chain. kenny lost the necklace on hampton beach weeks before his death. his mother is hoping someone found the necklace and return it to her.
>> julie: sculpture honoring chirp killed in holocaust was stolen. it shows two stars of david from pedestal in center street last weekend and created by 81-year-old fred manas of waltham. it is a tribute to sister miriam and other children that died in death camps during >> couldn't figure out why people would steal it. >> julie: officers are investigating. >> daniel: thousands of "t" riders and mbta says it wants to buy a new batch of red line cars that would increase capacity and run faster. fox25 stephanie coueignoux live in wollaston this morning talking with commuters.
>> stephanie: >> helping create relief and take whatever they can get. however, other people told me that, you know, they are not going to celebrate just yet. >> that would be great. >> red line passenger says it is the mbta plan to overhaul red line actually happens she would be thrilled. mbta is now looking at plan that would include replacing dozens of current red lin two dozen new cars as well. more cars would increase passenger capacity by 50%. the new cars would have better brakes making trains fast and her decreasing the wait time at station four and a half minutes to three. mike mcbride the announcement is too little too late. >> actually switching back to
red line brightal winter and hasn't forgotten and others say isn't only complaints. >> increase every year. >> the mbta doesn't know how much the project could cost but could go into the hundreds of millions of dollars. some say that's not enough. >> i wish there was more so they could put into it. >> as for mike mcbride, he says he is open switching back to the "t," if the plan actually goes through. >> i will believe it when i see it. come back. >> stephanie: we want to stress the plan just in initial stages. it still may not go through. however, if it does new cars wouldn't anybody service for another seven years. in quincy, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. taking look at drive time on 93 southbound right now still slow going. we are at an hour as head from
shiri? >> shiri: pesky shower southeastern massachusetts to providence, rhode island, back through plymouth and southward and focus of showers here for hate -- late-morning and early afternoon and picking up 3.7 inches of rain in new bedford, there just since midnight last night. so we are going to take look at how much longer those lasts when they come up. >> julie: this boy will graduate college watch a pg13. young genius that got accepted to best schools in the country. >> daniel: local soccer teams to best schools in the country. >> daniel: local soccer teams that came togethe fios is not cable. to best schools in the country. >> daniel: local soccer teams that came togethe we're wired differently. which means we can fix things differently. thanks for calling fios, this is ryan. you can't tell me this cord isn't in, i know it's in, it's in but it's not working. i'm sending you a link to the my fios app that's going to let me see what you're seeing. really? yes...mr. mcenroe. see that cord?
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its triple action formula is relentless at killing fleas and ticks for a full 30 days. good boy! go for the gold. >> daniel: boston police officer being called hero by local father and tells fox25 officer above and beyond to get helping ha boston police officer that responded to 911 call and officers responsible for giving him the gift of hope after outpouring of donations from people he doesn't even know. >> he saved my life. >> 20-month-old son alexander concerned caller led caller at south bay mall with officer anne barrett. >> covered in sweat and had a
>> officer barrett approached the father and son. >> doesn't lock good, i'm sweating and started to explain the story. >> john story brought the bpd vet to tears joke 20 years to police officers this one really hit home hard. >> daniel: recovering addict and foster child and alexander mom also in shelter and son alexanr >> without him running the streets. >> pushing broken stoler trying to get second one fixed for little boy. officer barrett dropped everything and called her niece to help. >> she told me she never cried like that in 20 years so really touched. >> tarren power posted message on mom's facebook page. the response stunned these two
>> daniel: new stroller, toys. with a hand up john hoping to step out on his own. >> if means i will be able to save money for an apartment. john has had full custody for a year and donations for complete strangers will allow him to save money for his new apartment. officer barrett says being able to do things like this is best part of being a cop. >> daniel: still plenty of senior gets to live the dream on soccer field. during second half saugus coach put person with down's syndrome into the game. when he took the field players allowed him to score not one but two goals. >> very happy and kicked two times and happy today.
always cheering them on no matter what the score. julie: accident eastbound in newton near the weston tolls. north of the pike 93 south and sluggish spot and still bumper-to-bumper on the zakim and 30 minutes on the expressway to the leverett connector. >> daniel: days like today that makes you appreciate those beach sunny days. >> it is gloomy and really warm and not getting crisp fall conditions. >> shiri: do you guys feel like you have a film on your skin days like this? it is going to be a ten shower day. yesterday we got rain in spots
inches of rain and dartmouth over two inches, inch and lexington less than half and boston had less than that. got some rain but not every single town and city saw it and cape and south shore and southcoast and providence, rhode island and see late-morning and early afternoon showers focus because of the disturbance nearby. clouds are also going to hang what we will see from the northwest to the southeast we do get partial clearing. here at noon it is really southwestern new hampshire, western mass brightening up, still mostly cloudy in boston and clouds in new bedford and islands as well. during the afternoon does get brighter and brighter and drive home from work in boston is looking much better. it is not necessarily going to be totally clear out there, but it is going to be at least
visibility not issue and zero as far as rain totals go today and not going to see if the snow showers sneak up into boston and mostly cloudy early afternoon and three and 5:00 and clouds really breaking down and highs in the upper 70s there with enough break in the cloud cover we could actually push boston up to 80, a little optimistic. 84 in lawrence and lowell and up to nashua, new hampshire because the spots clear up first. 79 in gardner, 78 in worcester, 83 in framingham and 83 in norwood and towns and cities i think this is where it is going to be a little bit tough to totally shove out clouds. 82 in bridgewater and got mid-70s for the cape today with showers around through probably about 2:00 p.m. and then after that we got a lot of clouds. this afternoon you could see cloudiest spots south and east of boston to the north and west, a little bit brighter, a little
50s and sixties and from there we head into the low and mid-80s tomorrow and few clouds out there, thinking we will clear out the clouds nice and fast in favor of mostly sunny skies. thursday this is going to be the first day of fall and with the first day of fall it actually kicks officially at 10:20 in the morning. there you go. 83? is forecasted high and ten? above average and two days to go, 10:21, fall beginning on increasing clouds and couple showers around and good news about the saturday showers we have weekend plans looks like most of them will fall and sleeping here on saturday morning and then the days actually going to end up clearing out. upper 60s on saturday, lower 60s on sunday and in fact, wake up to the 40s on sunday morning and all day sunshine and cool when you wake up and 60s for high. back to you.
>> julie: bill to expand the so-called cork and carry law and under the change you would be able to bring home bottle of wine and didn't finish tavern and already legal to do that for bottles for restaurants and hotels. amazon opening a bookstore in the area. the store is coming to the legacy place mall in dedham. no word when it opens and store hiring nearly 20 people. the store will sell books as well as amazon kindle e reading amazon has two other kobayashi stores. giving me the eye because he and alexa from amazon have a very close relationship. >> daniel: talk to her everyday. daniel: corpse flower will bloom later this week and smells
the corporation flower has not bloomed since 2011. have fun. >> julie: rare but won't be attending. family in pennsylvania learning genius starts at young age. already a college freshman and he will not be attending any parties. this year taking full course load at community college in pittsburgh. next year he will attend carnegie university and hopes to be astro physicist and in the overwhelmed by going with older students. >> able to keep up and has a's in the courses taking here. >> son speaking full sentences at seven months old and age two
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