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fox25's shiri spear is in storm tracker weather center with 80s on the map today, shiri. >> shiri: 80s coming to down. starting off with temperatures in the 50s and 60s. keep in mind it is not hot yet. boston and worcester are warmer spots. 50s in the burbs up in southern new hampshire, northbound and south shore as well. and a little patchy fog but nothing like what we had the last couple of morning keene down to new bedford. that will not slow you down. in f area where we are starting off a little warmer still in the upper 60s at 8 a.m. we are still going to have some 60s on the map as well, and 75 degrees at 10 a.m. we top out in the upper 70s and 80s in boston. range of highs 78 to 86, feeling more like summer. julie grauert is up with live drive time traffic watching any slow stops. julie summer traffic or lack thereof.
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as we shift north, route 1 looks good. 93 south picking up, the volume, as we make our way past the cloverleaf. 23 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 19 minutes on the expressway. 26 minutes on 93 south from andover down to the zakim. back to you. we are following breaking news in north andover on the north andover, lawrence line this morning where police are investigating a deadly motorcycle crash. >> sara: police say a car was also involved in this accident and thisor talk to the driver who fled the scene. fox25's catherine parrotta is live on scene on route 114 where that road was shut down for hours overnight, catherine. >> reporter: you can see it this time, it is smooth. a busy stretch of roadway. we are here on the lawrence, andover line. according to north andover police, this crash happened on the other side on the lawrence line and we are working to confirm some details with police this morning including whether or not there was a car
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so that is information that we are still working on getting. here is what we know this right now. again this happened on 114 in the lawrence, north andover line and what we know that one person was killed. at least one other was taken to the hospital. according to the eagle tribune, a commission between two motorcycles and a car that happened before 11 p.m. the state trooper told the eagle tribune that it was thought that the vehicle involved in the crash had left the scene. something we are working to confirm and an e-mail to state police and also lawrence police. 114 as we mentioned was closed for a time and state police could come here, reconstruct the scene of this crash, and has since been reopened and as soon as we get more information, we will be passing that on to. you live in north andover, catherine parrotta, fox25. a protesters -- a protester is on life support after a second night of violent protest in downtown charlotte. police say the victim was hit by gunfire from the crowd, and
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emergency. fox25 daniel miller has been following the latest developments overnight. >> daniel: yeah, and sara, the mayor of charlotte is calling for peace as anger grows over another police shooting, and the second night of protests, there were destructive and bloody. one person hospitalized in critical condition on life support after being shot. authorities say by another civilian. as night fell, protesters remain out in force. police devices and tear gas. the report echoing throughout downtown streets. protesters hurling the canisters back at police. journalists trying to cover the chaos. also on a few occasions being overtaken by it. one cnn correspondent knocked to the ground. in the middle of it all some protesters worked to calm things down. >> i am trying to prevent people from being hurt.
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way. >> reporter: despite those efforts, several officers were injured in wednesday's unrest. north carolina's governor declaring a state of emergency saying he has initial yateed efforts to deploy the national guard. >> we can not tolerate violence. we can not tolerate the destruction of property. and we can not tolerates the -- the attacks toward our police officers. that is not the american way. >> reporter: the protests are in response to a deadly officer hooting that took the life of this man keith could unarmed sitting in his car reading a book waiting for his son to come home from school. they said he had a gun and could not find a book at the scene. the mayor will look at body camera footage of the incident. we will continue to keep you updated. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. police continue to investigate a crash that left a pedestrian dead. a 83-year-old woman was
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her vehicle and hit the victim. the driver hit two parked cars in a rite aid parking lot. nearby mcdonald's employees saw the crash as it happened. >> looked outside and called 911 and it was chaos, chaotic. >> gene: police are not said whether they will charge the driver. medic s took her to the hospital after the crash. police have not released the name of the victim because they are still notifying family. la struck by a car is unat mass general hospital. 2-year-old boy was hit. the better prize said the boy slipped away from his mom and ran into the street. the driver of the car remained on the scene and has not been charged. a strange accident in the back bay as a woman straighted into side of the duck boat and all caught on camera. the woman on boylston is carrying a large rug, loses her balance and falls into the
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the woman was not in a crosswalk. right now quincy police are looking for a real estate broker accused of stealing millions of dollars from local investors. 67-year-old scott wallace disappeared last week last seen at the jfk stop on the red line. police said he tricked at least 16 people in investing in dubious real estate projects. he is wanted in alabama and new york for running similar schemes. police say he may have taken $100 until those cases. a famous for his appearances on national television have been arrested on drug charges. dr. sheldon deven, r bought crack cocaine and when they approached his car he threw it on the ground. he holds licenses in massachusetts, california and massachusetts. all three states say they take drug use allegations seriously when considering the licensing of doctors, and as of yesterday, all of his licenses remain valid.
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video of a local mother overdosing in front of her toddler will show the graphic consequences of drug use. this video is not easy to watch. you can see the 2-year-old girl screaming and tugging at her mother's body at the family dollar in lawrence. first responders needed two doses -- doses of the overdosing drug to save the woman. >> disturbing to see a person who them where they are not able to take care of their child. >> gene: police wished the person who shot the video had helped the child but the evidence will be a key piece of evidence. detectives will protect the woman from child endangerment. right now her daughter is in protective custody. seems that jimmy garappolo's shoulder injury will keep him on the sidelines of the patriots game. the team has listed him as doubtful which means jacoby brissett will get the start.
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where wide receiver julian edelman has been prepping for n case of an emergency. how but, michael? >> reporter: sara, i am ready. i have been working out. go on an elliptical once a year. to i think i am ready. julian edelman will be ready as an emergency backup. he has been the backup for years now and now he might be literally the back-up in tonight's game. julian edelman was a quarterback back had college days at kent state and i famously found danny amendola. an he technically did not take the snap and has never taken a nfl snap. who will get the start if jimmy garappolo can't go, jacoby brissett. he will get his first career nfl start. he is a rooky from north carolina state and about two and a half quarters he went 2-9 with no touchdowns or intersection last sunday after
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injury. garappolo is listed as "doubtful" to tonight's game and "doubtful" means he has a 25% chance of playing. coach belichick has addressed his knowledge of the garappolo availability issue in a special way. >> i am a football coach. i am not a doctor. the medical staff is the medical staff. i coach the team. the medical people handle the injuries. they don't call plays. i don't do a great deal there. works out good. >> reporter: i really could listen to that all day. that was great. whoever is under center tonight won't be easy for them, they will be staring down a tough houston texans defense. one person note for people coming to the game. a serious note for those of how have been following, of course, the series of events that happened in new york and new jersey this past weekend have led to an increase of security here at gillette
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if you were coming to the game, you will want to come extra early in order to catch it and see who does end up starting under center. live in foxborough. >> the red sox have their longest winning streak. seven in a row and another big win in baltimore. this team cannot be stopped. all about the 6th inning. sandy leon steps up with the bases loaded. grounds to first and chris davis a horrible throw to the pitcher. allow twos runs to come around to score and the sox take the lead. later in the inning rookie home run. over and out. sox go on to win it 5-1 the final. they are now five games ahead of the blue jays and six up in baltimore all but over in the division. as far as the wild card race is starting to get interesting. detroit and houston one back of the orioles and jays lead the race for the wild card. good morning, everyone. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes, and one of the first spots to slow down every morning is the expressway.
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braintree split to the exit to the pike. shiri? >> shiri: dressing for the 50s and 60s. mostly clear skies. sunglasses and short sleeves. temperatures in the 80s and time out that warm-up next. now 6:11. coming up only on fox25, a local mother is on edge. she as a level 3 sex offender lives right next door to her kids' bus stop. why she isn't happy with the school's reaction to her complaint. the suspect remains unconscious in a hospital bed. the new developments involving
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one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death. planned parenthood gives new hampshire women access to life saving cancer screenings. but ayotte voted to defund planned parenthood six times. why? because ayotte opposes a woman's right to choose. in her relentless effort to overturn roe v. wade, ayotte puts critical cancer screenings at risk, hurting new hampshire women. kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care.
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back here at 6:14 this morning. the terror suspect accused of planting bombs in new york and new jersey still in the hospital unconscious and unable to speak. fox news is reporting the
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doctors were treating him reported he was shot ten times by police officers in new jersey. manywhale, the fbi is still searching for these two men caught on surveillance cameras. the men were seen walking in manhattan saturday night at the time the bomb went off. the man found piece of luggage, removed the ied and left the area leaving the device behind. also today, the first glimpse of the bloody journal that ahmad khan rahami was carrying when he was captured. in it he praised laden and wrote that bombs will be heard in the street. congressman stephen lynch will raise more questions about rahami. they want to know how closely federal agents paid to rahami after he made trips to pakistan and afghanistan and traveled to those areas, normally raises red flags with security agencies. >> there were a number of databases that -- that mr. criminal was on. and i would like to find out
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was it a general database or was he on an actual list somewhere. >> gene: the congressman has received classified brief being criminal since last weekend's bombing. and in the race for the white house, the new "wall street journal" poll has hillary clinton leading donald trump by 6 points. president polls show clinton maintaining her edge over the republican despite controversy surrounding her health. the poll shows that clinton leads 43 to 37% the first "wall street journal" poll this year focusing on the opinions of people likely to vote as well. clinton is viewed negatively by a majority of voters. however, trump is viewed more negatively as he struggles to come back from comments that he made about minorities. and on the campaign trail yesterday, both candidates reacted to the recent police shootings in north carolina and oklahoma. donald trump was in cleveland, ohio when bluntly suggest
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police officer choked. calls for a broadous of a controversial stop and frisk policing strat fwee. meantime, hillary clinton called for you in national standard for police using force. in florida, she acknowledged the challenges that police face and said that everyone is safer when communities respect the police and police respect the community. and reminder, donald trump and hillary clinton face off in their first presidential debate this monday at the campus of new york. you can watch it here on fox25 and our political reporter sharman sacchetti will be there. watch for her live reports before and after the debate this monday. good morning, everyone. 6:17. and we are catching the tail end of an accident on route 2 eastbound in pleasant street in arlington. the t to, w truck getting ready to pull this car away. it is blocking the far left hand lane. take you out to the maps, the location of the live pictures
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dent on 128 northbound at grove street. one other accident of note 24 northbound, 28 in randolph is backing things off past if in the brockton. 21 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 26 minutes on the expressway. 37 minutes on 93 south from andover down to the leverett connector. gene and sara, back to you. 6:18 now on the fox25 morning news on this thursday morning. here soon. >> sara: 10:21 is the magic number and we can celebrate a new season. >> shiri: a new season. four hours away but will feel like summer into the afternoon. doesn't feel like fall until we get into the weekend. check out where we stand right now. 50 degrees in norwood one of my cooler pots. boston at 63 degrees. fitchburg at 56. middle 50s down to the cape as well, but let's go ahead and check out that hour-by-hour forecast for lawrence right now.
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we are going to eplenty of sunshine today and temperature-wise at 8 a.m., 63 degrees. at 10 a.m., 74. we have lower 80s here in the afternoon. that is about 10 to 15 degrees above average. so afternoon temperatures get all the way to 80 degrees in boston, plymouth and ipswich. 70s out across the cape as well as the seacoast. it will run a couple of degrees cooler and middle 80s from norwood framingham, hampshire. worcester and some of the higher elevations into the lower 80s. tonight, 50s and 60s and pretty similar feel to tomorrow's wake-up weathers and in the afternoon low to mid-80s and stickier tomorrow and a lot more clouds around here for your friday. friday we have got a front that will dip into town that will increase the cloud cover. for today, we have got a quiet start. a quietend. a lot of sunshine to soak up. the weather maker up to the north will eventually going to
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at 7 a.m. friday morning and by lunchtime in the afternoon, we have those increasing clouds. by 2 p.m., the front will be over southern new hampshire, northern mass and we have the risk of a couple of spot showers. the risk pass through boston here through the afternoon and for the evening it ends up settling over southeastern massachusetts the problem is the showers will be scattered along that front. not widespread or heavy rain. the cooler air moves in for your weekend and the seven-day forecast for, the weekend temperatures in the 80s today and tomorrow. tomorrow we have that much-needed rain in the forecast. we have a look at our drought monitor coming up in the next half hour. 60s for the weekend and pretty chilly morning coming up as well. dry and bright saturday, sunday, and all the way into early next week. and send it back to you guys. >> gene: 6:20. vandals targeted a historic church causing thousands of dollars of damage. the item that was thrown
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a yankees fan is hope for a big sendoff for big papi when the slugger makes the
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evenflo is recalling 30,000 booster seats over a seat belt issue. the company says children have been able to loosen the harnesses on their own putting them at risk in case of a crash. no have been reported. evenflo will contact registered owners and give them a replacement kit at no cost. david ortiz down to the final weeks of his big league career. this year a group of yankee fans their team to honor him. they want something else in mind. they have a web site called moon big papi. they want fans to drop trough when ortiz plays his final game. it fen people moon big papi they will be arrested. if 10,000 do it they will tell their grandchildren that they were there. so i guess -- >> sara: they have a point. >> gene: stuck between the moon and new york city julie they will. and expect those to go viral.
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camera out. a much different tribute -- this has clothing involved, kind of, at least for big popponesset on the rose kennedy greenway. not clothing but at least a uniform. a mural built out of doughnuts from dunkin' donuts. >> gene: remarkable. >> kind of like a paint-by-doughnuts system in you remember that old paint-by-numbers system. the artists used 10,000 doughnuts to make the image for big papi' celebration doctor for the celebration. $.a time lapse video is being released. >> gene: i read about this story and thought it had a big hole in it but i saw it and press he impressive. >> julie: a doughnut hole or a hole in the city. >> gene: a little pun. you can take it how you want. >> gene: we will glaze over that. >> shiri: beat.
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hey, fall starting today at 10:21. will not feel like fall until we hit the weekend. the cool down and see how hot it is getting next. a high school history teacher takes down the american flags and stomps on the stars and stripes. now that classroom video has gone viral. coming up, the important lessens he says trying to teach those students that may cost him his job. a tolen suv by a teenager flips over the side. >> he was coming fast, t did you know your business doesn't have to suffer from slow internet? comcast business now offers blazing fast internet speeds up to 150 mbps. that's 10 times faster than dsl. get internet for as low as $59.95 a month. call today.
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one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death. planned parenthood gives new hampshire women access to life saving cancer screenings. but ayotte voted to defund planned parenthood six times. why? her relentless effort to overturn roe v. wade, ayotte puts critical cancer screenings at risk, hurting new hampshire women. kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care. independence usa pac is responsible
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complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is the fox25 morning news. and next at 6:30, it is the first day of fall, and it looks gorgeous out there. summer is officially over, but
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sunscreen and your flip-flops and enjoy the day. >> julie: you look deep in south, gene-o. >> gene: something is bothering me and probably not the time to bring it up. >> sara: you need therapy. >> gene: i am worried about leaf peeping season. >> shiri: you just had to use that term. had to throw that out there. the leaf peeping sunshine will start a little soon, it is short. the at 8:30. looking good to head outside. a little bit cool in some pots like norwood down to 50 degrees. boston at 63. most of the burbs running in the 50s. lawrence at 56 degrees. framingham at 52. franklin at 53 degrees. swinging inland, worcester at 63. travelling into pepperell or southern new hampshire, amherst, new hampshire. you will find those 50s. 50s south shore as well as the south coast and the cape.
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sunny back by.evening and the pats game by gillette. 6 degrees at 8:30 this evening. julie grauert is back now with live drive time traffic and an accident update. >> reporter: shiri this accident on 24 backing things up earlier is in the clear stage. it is now considered recovery work on the shoulder near 139. still seeing stop and go volume into avon into brockton around route 123. as we shift north, this accident on steady volume on the expressway along morrissey boulevard. the live drive times. 36 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 31 minutes on the expressway. 52 minutes though on 93 south. much longer than usual because of that earlier accident that was wacking things up over near route 2. over to you. we are following two breaking stories this morning. the governor of north carolina has declared a state of new jersey as violent protests
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morning and we are learning that former officers have been injured, and a protester is now on life support after being shot by another protester. the chaos hit its peak late last night in downtown charlotte are they smashed store windows and lit fires in the street. droves of officers in riot gear lined the street blocking hotel entrances. and the protests are in response to the death of keith scott who was shot and killed by police. thch that they recovered at the scene. his family said he was just reading a book but police say they didn't find a book. today the mayor of charlotte will do body cam and dash cam video from the scene. state police are searching for a driver involved in a deadly crash north andover on route 114 near the lawrence line ha happened after 11:00. the seeingam tribune said one person was killed and another hurt when two motorcycles collided.
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time but is now back open. boston police are investigating a serious roll over crash in roxbury that sent a suv full of teenagers in the hospital. this morning we knee suv was stolen when it careened into two other cars. >> gene: jessica reyes is at the scene and witness also worry while they were in school. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, gene. so many questions about the crash. it was stolen and full of teenagers at the time. pele afternoon when this crash happened, they say it was speeding with ten flipped and rolled on its side in the middle of this busy intersection. >> i have seen the suv, the land rover pass by and going fast and i saw it hit the light, you said they are not going to make it. >> reporter: traumatic video show a stolen suv on its side lying in the middle of the road in warren street and mlk boulevard. >> i bang mind head real hard. >> reporter: is it slammed
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lucky nobody got killed. >> reporter: police tell us five people were inside the, uv including three juveniles. all five were taken to local hospitals. anthony thomas was there and saw the whole thing. >> i ran to the incident and saw the person sticking out of the windows, the arms, and the back passenger was on the back side. >> reporter: thomas saw the suv speeding and it flipped and turned continue to warren. police have confirmed it was, in fact, stolen, but they say officers were not chasing it; however, thomas said he saw the suv fly by with police cars behind. >> he was coming fast around 55 miles per hour. really fast. you can't make that turn. >> reporter: was the police following him. >> they were chasing him. they were being chased. >> reporter: at this point no word on any arrest but we are checking with boston police on that and to get an update on how all five people inside that suv were doing.
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fox25 morning news. live in roxbury, yes, sir yes, sir, fox25 morning news. a story you will find only on fox25. the kids bus stop is too close to the home of a level 3 sex offender. the stop is next to the home of steven reynolds that spent time in the early '90s for assault to a chimed. she explained to the school district last year and reynolds said he doesn't under stand the problem. he says he at work when the bus comes. >> one bus stop. one cul-de-sac. two children. >> overreacting because -- -- because of the past as a registered sex offender. >> gene: the girls guest get off the bus across the street from reynolds house. she wants it to stop in front of their home. there are no plans to change the stop. the bus route and bus stop have been in place since 1991
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incidents. right now a man accused of rape, assault and witness intimidation is caught after a woman confronted him accusing him of recording video up her skirt at a cambridge t-stop. already a level 3 sex offender accused of videotaping up a skirt. a witness alerted the victim and when she confronted colors, he confessed. he had warrants out for seve witness intimidation out of plymouth county. police are investigating a costly act of vandalism at boston cathedral at the holy cross. percent believed that a homeless man tossed a rock through one of the original stained glass windows at a south end church. the window was boarded up and will cost thousands to repair. today and tomorrow large crowds at the church to see the heart of the italian saint pio.
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coming up at 7:00, why students were put into lockdown while this animal roamed nearby. a traffic alert two months in advance but you will need to know it that far ahead. the roadwork being done in november that will shut down a very busy section of route 128. first, a billion dollar injury filled with fake products.
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welcome back. 6:39. we are tracking traffic and weather together. now at 6:30 and also a thursday. >> julie: those are two of the worst ingredients of traffic. after :30 and thursdays. we have our camera of route 1 southbound in saugus. needed to be repaired as you approach lynn felled parkway and it is jam-packed. 25 minutes from route 1 from settle to the toyben. as far as the weather i think what is working for or against us? a little bit of a wash. it's okay. >> shiri: it's okay. 63 in boston is definitely prototype. no weather woes. solar glare issue if anything. boston is a lot warmer than the burbs. in the 60s across many bus stops across massachusetts, and i want to you dress the kids for the low to mid-50s between now and 7 a.m. by 8 a.m. 60 test and usually the marker.
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then. >> julie: well, it is way above 60 here in the studio. back to you. star wars actor mark hamill is taking on autographs. luke skywalker joins other actors that goes against the fake autograph industry. legislation will require that any autograph to come with a certificate of authenticity. hamirk ll has come across plenty of his signatures that are not his. >> obviously not a life or death issue but galls me that these kids were spending their hard-earned money on -- i know for fact that's not mine. >> sara: the fbi tracks whose autograph is forged the most it is michael jackson, neil armstrong and the cast of "star wars" and "the walking dead." google's old app is an old
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it includes group messaging and and to add photos to your messages. the app can learn from your conversations and suggest things for you to say. that could be troublesome. if you were hoping to use cvs, the new curbside pickup ever service, you will have to wait a little longer. launching its new system that will allow customers to order items from the store and pick them up within an hour. too much traffic during a test run yesterday forced the company to shut the service down. cvs hopes to launch the app-based service a 6:42. we are keeping you up to date including two big breaking stories. we check in live with our reporters after the break and new bombshell allegations against disgraced former congressman anthony weiner. the x-rated messages he reportedly sent to a 15-year-old girl. bernie sanders is back in vermont writing a book. not your typical memoir.
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one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death.
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planned parenthood six times. why? because ayotte opposes a woman's right to choose. in her relentless effort to overturn roe v. wade, ayotte puts critical cancer screenings at risk, hurting new hampshire women. kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care. independence usa pac is responsible
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and time now is 6:45 on this thursday morning. if you were just joining us, we are getting you up to the minute on all of our top stories. >> gene: that includes a second night of violent protests in charlotte and quarterback troubles at >> sara: but first fox25's catherine parrotta is following breaking news out you have north andover. catherine. >> reporter: police are still investigatien overnight crash. we learned that one person has died. one other person was taken to the hospital. it happened on 114 in the north andover lawrence line. we are awaiting more information right now. here is what we know happening at 114. some time around 11:00 last night it was reported and according to some information from the eagle tribune, this is the collision between two
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a state trooper told "the eagle tribune" it was thought that a vehicle was involved in this crash and learned that one person was killed in this crash. at least one other was taken to the hospital. 114 was shut down for a while as this investigation continued. as we get more information, we will pass it along. live in north andover, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. i am daniel miller in the newsroom. the governor of north carolina has declared a state of emergency as violent protests continue for a second day in charlotte. the chaos hit itsea last night as protesters smashed store windows downtown and lit fires in the street. we are learning that four more police officers have been injured and protester is now on life support after being shot by another protester. droves of officers in riot gear line the streets blocking the entrances to hotel and fending off protesters with tear gas. some stores were looted including the charlotte hornets souvenir shop and others were spray painted with
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keith scott pictured here was shot and killed by police. the chief said they have a gun that was recovered from the scene and his family said he were reading a book but police have not found the book. they are reviewing video from the scene. three officers were wearing body cameras and dash cam footage. the officer involved brently vinson has been placed on scene. from the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 morning news. i am michael henrich reporting live at gillette stadium where to jacoby brissett getting his first nfl start against the houston texans. jacoby is a rooky from north carolina state and got in the game after jimmy garappolo was injured. he went six for nine with no tchx or interceptions. jimmy garappolo is listed as doubtful for tonight's game. who will your backup be? none other than jewel edelman. more coming up.
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drivers, you have six weeks to prepare for a highway headache. a busy part of route 128 will be closing for an entire weekend. the state plans to shut down all lanes of 128 in both directions at exit 19 a in needham. this will take place from friday night, november 4 through sunday, november 6 in will allow crews to demolish the highland avenue bridge. traffic will be detoured. and a new version of the bridge will open the traffic this >> gene: what a headache that is going to be. the conde naste traveler released the best restaurants in the world and albany harlowe and alina of -- oleana, thank you, sara, i am assuming you have been there. you are more worldly than i am. and on nantucket, have you been there, you probably have been to proprietors too. >> sara: wonderful, yes.
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list of best places to eat around the globe. the local eateries were three of only 207 restaurants that were included. pretty high praise for those restaurants. you have been to all three or just those two. >> sara: just those two. today will be a great day to go to one of those restaurants and have lunch outside. one you want to join? >> shiri: yes, now that i am hungry for food that we are talking food. conditions as we go through the day, another outside. look at that drought monitor here because this is the item that i got updated once a week, and today with the update, i don't think we will see any improvement to boston likely going to remain under an extreme drought. a 10-inch rainfall deficit. didn't get tremendous -- but we did get hefty rain reports out of southwestern new hampshire. western massachusetts. those are areas that maybe perhaps will see slight improvement. maybe chip away a little bit
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and to the west of worcester. two hours away from that update for today, dry, clear, is blocking us from any kind of weather maker for the day a he head. 8 a.m., temperatures sliding into the 60s for most spots and short sleeve weather is on. this afternoon perfect for dining outside at lunch and upper 70s in boston and along the coastline. lower 80s inland. it is going be too look good, feel good afternoon. humidity is incredibly involves sunny skies and involves 80s inland. i think we are kind of winning with a summerlike start to fall here. fall officially starts at 10:21 this morning and highs close to 80 degrees in boston almost 10 degrees above average. 85 in lowell and nashua. 85 in maynard. mid-80s in foxborough and norwood and westborough and 82 degrees in worcester. middle 80s this brockton and bridgewater and closer to the coastline and hull and
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70s. there will be a little bit of a beach boundaries breeze out there that will keep the outer cape in the 70s. mild. and tonight more of the same, 50s and 60s. will feel like this at least temperature-wise when you wake up tomorrow morning. increasing clouds and muggier and temperatures in the low to mid-80s. dry conditions as you wake up in the morning and look at those increasing clouds as the clds early afternoon risk for showers in southern massachusetts. the risk passes through boston through the evening commute and dinnertime settled over southeastern mass. it is out of here by the time you wake up on saturday morning. after two days of 80s, cool down big time. 66 and mostly sunny saturday. 64 and mostly sunny on sunday. we speak with that sunshine and pretty chilly morning early next week in the 30s and 40s and highs in the mid- to upper 60s. a check of the forecast for
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hi, julie. >> julie: good morning, everyone, route 3 south of town. really enjoying the seven-day is what i want to celebrate and the 80s on thursday and friday that shiri has been telling us about. now over to traffic, less fun news when you see these delays past route 18 in weymouth past the braintree split. 24 a little backed up better when we have that accident in randolph. but still slightly slow. same can be said for 95 approach 28. expressway slow going. be careful of solar glare as shiri had mentioned and volume as we approach the 7:00 hour. live drive times. half an hour on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. hour on 93 south. 18 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. back to you. crews are working hard to get the power back on in puerto rico this weekend after a fire at a power plant left more than half of the island
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one and a half billion people are without electricity. the blackouts started last night when two transmission lines failed at a substation. the fire is out and the power company says it is investigating what exactly caused the problem. to help as many of the impacted people will get their lights back on by later this morning. a new scandal for former congressman anthony weiner, a 15-year-old girl now says she has been sexting with him for months. weiner knew he was chatting with an undered site that he tried to get her to engage in rape fantasies and the former congressman told fox news that he knows he has a problem. he says he has no one else to blame for putting anymore this position. last month his wife filed for divorce after a different sexting scandal. a north carolina teacher sparking controversy with his lesson on the first amendment. this picture show lee francising on the american
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show what free speech meant. he asked if anyone had a lighter or scissors. >> i put the flag on the ground and i take two steps with my right foot, and i said that is an example of freedom of speech. >> gene: parents say his actions are offensive especially to students who have friends in the armed forces. francis, who has family in the military says he did not mean to offend anyone with his actions. the school is investigating the incident. well, blue bell says that it is recalling two flavors of ice cream over concerns of listeria. the company says the voluntary recall is being placed on packages of its chocolate chip cookie dough. some of the cookie dough from the supplier could be contaminated with the bacteria. the company said no one has gotten sick from the ice cream and the recall is cautionary after a listeria outbreak caused trouble for the company
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pack their customers and the latest attempt is an honest level penned by ceo steve ellis. the video posted online feature ellis discussing the company's new policies and safety measures. their most recent attempt to win back customers after an e. coli scare last year. since then, chipotle has given away millions of free coupons, added chorizo to its even h menu. mark zuckerberg have a new goal. all disease by the end of this century. the fill lan tropic organization will donate $3 billion to help advance scientific research. the donation includes $600 million to the university of california san francisco. he has been a mayor, presidential candidate and now is senator bernie sanders is the author. it has been adapted to help
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into. the young adult version of our revolution is expected to hit book stores in april and sell for about $17 bucks. vice president joe biden looking to add to thinks drama -- add drama to his list of acting accomplishments. he will be on julie's favorite show "law and order: svu." he will be appearing as himself. avid fans have been showing the announcement. so -- >> sara: i expect it will be an emmy award-winning performance. >> gene: well, we will see. >> sarah: we will see. how good can you play yourself. >> gene: not much of a reach there for him. a group of kids get off the bus and make a terrifying find. >> gene: coming up at 7:00, the relative they called to wrangle this dangerous snake who knew exactly what to do. the ceo of epipens takes a grilling on capitol hill but
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come under fire. the government agency taking heat this morning. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes for you and slow going on 93 south, up to a half an hour from the cloverleaf to the leverett connector. shiri? >> shiri: the next two days feeling like summer more like fall. the big cooldown. i'm a public school teacher in massachusetts, and i've reviewed question 2. it will make public education even stronger, because question 2 would allow more access to public charter schools,
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d public charter schools don't take funds away from public education. in fact, question 2 will result in more funding for education in massachusetts. please vote yes on question 2
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including protester now on life support. >> deadly overnight hit and run and police still trying to track down the vehicle responsible. >> sara: the pats are taking on texans tonight. what the team could do in more than 20 years. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. jagged it is -- genevieve philip. >> sara: >> gene: i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. the summer like temperatures will stick around a bit longer. we like that, shiri. >> shiri: we do. it is going to be a great day for getting outside, grab a light jacket and happened to be settled in the 50s and even 40s in norwood down to 48?, the cooler you are the better chance you get, a little bit of

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