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support. >> julie: driver hit and killed on motorcycle. >> daniel: pats take on texans tonight. what the team might do that they haven't tried in 20 years. >> julie: incident aboard plane that investigated for child abuse. >> daniel: 9:00 a.m. on thursday, i'm daniel miller. >> gene: >> julie: good morning, everyone, hour until it is officially fall. like when you turn a certain age and you feel different. >> daniel: especially if you like this time of year. >> shiri: cool morning, mild
temperatures in the 70s in boston and worcester and 66 from bedford to norwood up to lawrence at 68, mid-60s in nashua, new hampshire. 71 in beverly and 70 down across the cape. your hour-by-hour warm-up and this is for metrowest by 11:00 a.m. 79?, by 1:00 p.m. 83. we got a lot of mid to low 80s on tap this afternoon. give you range anywhere from 78 to 86?, sun and scattered clouds and that has summer written all over it for sure. i will show you how much longer. you got to wait. coming up. julie back with live drive time traffic. >> julie: it has been a long thursday like we have a tendency to deal with and sluggish 93 and lexington area and 93 backed up to 128 and slow going from the zakim bridge. expressway heavy steady volume and those are cameras that i'm tracking right now. live drive times, 28 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin.
93 south and hour on 128 southbound from peabody to the weston tolls. >> daniel: police are investigating deadly motorcycle crash. they say car was also involved in this accident and fled the scene. fox25 catherine parrotta live at the scene on route 14 where, catherine, the road was shut down for hours >> catherine: police could be here reconstructing and how busy it is here and i have learned that lawrence police are in charge of the investigation. i'm awaiting more investigation from the chief once he arrives. for now here is what he knows about this and happened overnight in stretch of 114 just pointed out to you. we know at least one person was
tribune, collision between two motorcycles and car. happened before 11:00 p.m. state trooper told the eagle-tribune it was thought that a vehicle involved in the crash had left the scene. so that's something we are trying to get more information on as well as right now as well as potential identities whether police looking for car at this point, these are all questions that we still have. again, i'm awaiting response from lawrence police as soon as the chief arrives for the day. live here in north andover, catherine parrotta, gloucester we continue to follow breaking news out of charlotte, north carolina this morning. the governor declared a state of emergency as violent protest continued for a second day. >> daniel: streets emptied out but four more officers and shot by another protester. by early morning police in riot gear control the streets of charlotte, north carolina, but few hours earlier the scene was very different.
over the death of keith scott vicinitied rage. scott shot tuesday. police say he brandished a weapon but family says he was reading a book in his vehicle. amid the unrest wednesday evening north carolina's governor declared state of emergency and said he deployed both the national guard and the state highway patrol to charlotte. one person was shot by another civilian according to authorities and in the hospital on life support and journalists caught in chaos and effort to maintain peace and those that
>> daniel: charlotte mayor pleaded for peace. >> violence is not the answer. >> daniel: officer that shot keith scott was not wearing a body camera but other officers were, and there's also video from the police dashboard camera. none of that footage has been released but today mayor of charlotte will get the first look at >> julie: fox news reporting latest update on ahmad kahn rahami condition and ahmad kahn rahami shot ten times by police officers in new jersey. meanwhile fbi is still searching for two men caught on surveillance. investigators say men found piece of lug angle on sidewalk in manhattan, leaving device
>> julie: we are also getting glimpse of bloody journal. in it he praised osama bin laden and wrote bombs will be heard in the streets. julie: yesterday we learned that customs officials screened rahami twice after two trips to afghanistan and pakistan. airport officials notified that national targeting center and the fib about his trip. five months later concerned about his son because he was sympathizing with terrorists. then another relative filed federal complaint because rahami was caught on video blowing things up in his backyard. despite rahami being flagged twice in airport federal agents never interviewed him. >> daniel: four people displaced and one person taken to the hospital after a fire at salem home. the fire started around 2:45 this morning at multifamily house on meadow street.
caused the blaze at this time but say it likely started on the porch. an investigation is currently underway. tragic story out of connecticut this morning. six-year-old girl has died in house fire with house that was built by habitat for humanity. plain field fire department responded to flames around 10:45 last night. fire crews were able to pull 18-month-old and two adults to safety. family had just moved into the house this year. >> it is not a very large house but it was have to start all over again as well as deal with loss of child. >> 18-month-old has been released. >> julie: local police chief fallout from evidence scandal dealing with retirement. leave post next month and planned on retiring sometime next year. last week independent
5,000 pieces of drug evidence, 60 guns and $400,000 in cash missing or mishandled. most of the guns had been recovered but 400 criminal cases may have to be dismissed. we have reached out the to city leaders for comment. >> daniel: 9:08 and update on black bear that was spotted in acton yesterday. police in sudbury say the same bear has been spotted there in the area of route 117 in powder mill road. picture of bear taken yesterday high school and forced kids to stay inside for a brief time. police followed the bear to route 2 and mass avenue and disappeared back into a woods. >> julie: shoulder injury likely sideline jimmy garoppolo and it belongs to jacoby brissett.
more than 20 years. >> michael: they have had stability at that position quite sometime and that is the plan at this point and so it seems jacoby brissett all signs pointing to him getting start tonight and first nfl star but get this, his backup it seems will be julian edelman, star wide reader and emergency quarterback for several years now practicing at times with the practice squad thereu sounds like edelman will get the backup call if anything happens to jakobe. edelman was backup quarterback and hoping jacoby stays on the field. jacoby rookie at north carolina state and garoppolo went down
doubtful and doubtful about 25% chance of suiting up so there's a chance jimmy g. will see the field. coach belichick earlier in the week. >> i'm a football coach, not a doctor. medical staff is medical staff. i coach the team, medical people handle injuries. they don't call plays and i don't do great deal there works out good. >> must have been tough deal to negotiate there. whoever is under center tonight could have a tough time with the houston texans defense very highly ranked. on logistical standpoint here for fans coming here to gillette stadium, keep in mind after new york and new jersey what happened this past weekend, security will be enhanced at gillette tonight and come extra early to see whoever ends up
michael henrich, fox25 news. >> daniel: new at 9:00, multiple reports say brad pitt is under investigation by the lapd and department of children and family services for child abuse. earlier this week tmz broke the news that he and angelina jolie were divorcing and there were rumors he was fed up with his heavy drinking drinking and bad. child abuse stem from flight last week drank too much and he got physical with the kids and jolie filed for divorce the next day. jolie seeking sole custody of their six children. >> julie: if 93 part of the commute under an hour to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: 62 to 72? outside. a ton of sun and beautiful day with sunshine continuing for
let's be ready for 78 to 84, windows drive down kind of drive home if you don't mind the heat. i will show you when the cool weather and fall temperatures return coming up. >> daniel: ahead only on for example 25, local mother on edge. she says the level three sex offender lives right next to her kid's bus stop. what he does almost every morning that makes her uncomfortable. >> julie: major recall involving popular brand of seat. >> daniel: new poll from the
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advertising. >> daniel: race to white house hillary clinton leading donald trump by six points. the poll shows clinton maintaining despite controversy surrounding her health. right now clinton has support among latinos and according to poll 80% of negative view of donald trump and will not vote for him. on campaign trail yesterday both candidates reacted to the recent police shootings in north carolina and oklahoma. donald trump was in cleveland, ohio when he blunt low suggested the oklahoma officer choked when shooting an unarmed black man. trump also called for the broad use of controversial stop and frisk policing strategy and hillary clinton called for new national standards for police using force and florida she
faced and police respect the communities. reminder donald trump and hillary clinton will face off in their first presidential debate this monday on the campus of hofstra university in new york. you can watch it here on fox25 at political reporter sharman sacchetti will be there. you can watch for the live report before and after the debate this coming monday. >> sara: >> julie: police continue to investigate crash. official say 89-year-old woman was around 3:00 p.m. yesterday when she lost control of her car and hit the victim. driver also hit two parked cars in rite aid parking lot. police have not said whether they will charge the diver. medics took her to the hospital after the crash and investigators haven't released the name of the victim because they are still notifying family. >> daniel: woman on boylston street stepped out into the street and right into duck boat. she fell over. the boat stopped as she didn't
woman was not in a crosswalk she chris may been distracted by the large rug she had on her shoulder. >> julie: red sox have longest win streak in the season. seven in row sox down one-zero and sandy leone steps up with the bases loaded and sox take the lead. rookie gets second run and 3-run shot to right field and win five-one and five games away from the blue jays and detroit and houston one game back to the orioles. >> julie: things looking better on 128 northbound. even on the pike expressway still slow going and new accident on 128 south right
here is live look through brighton where things are moving along fine. over to the live drive times, 34 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 34 minutes on the expressway and dropped 93 south 45 minutes andover. >> daniel: we are an hour and three minutes away until new season. >> counted >> shiri: most beautiful time in new england and gets more comfortable and humidity drops off and starts in about 1 hour so highs today running ten to 15? above average, do not expect to immediately feel like fall and got a little little rain relief and do not see any widespread rain coming in. it is going to be patchy, amount to maybe tenth of inch of rain on average and 73? in boston,
today and can't rule out couple scattered clouds and sunshine going to rule this one out and 78? and lower 80s through the afternoon and back into the lower 70s by 7:00 p.m. and 71? at 9:00 p.m. that's lawrence but pretty typical warm-up and ipswich and plymouth lower 80s, boston could get stuck in the upper 70s. got a shot of hitting 80? this afternoon and same for the outer cape and light sea breeze and hottest, 84 norwood and 80s in framingham, fitchburg, worcester today and 82?. more 50s, more 60s overnight and way you wake up how you feel tomorrow morning. tomorrow transition day and although we get backups to low in the 80s in the afternoon and be a little stickier and not going to be nearly as bright and clouds on increase from the north to the south here so
pumping in the sunshine and stays nice and quiet and mostly clear but as you get up 7:00 tomorrow morning notice that we have some increasing clouds north of the pike. closer to that front. that will be dropping southward during the day and front southern new england early afternoon and will be risk for showers there if this slows down might be a little bit later, might be more like the evening commute and potential of rain around boston around 8:00 p.m., even sooner would place evening commute and friday late that we are going to watch for patchy rain, saw it is kind of falling apart on that front, does not come in as a wide swath of rain. it is very hit or miss style stuff. cooler conditions and highs in the 80s like today and tomorrow, highs in the mid-60s both days in the boston area up concorde, new hampshire, check out 7-day forecast always in view and look at tropics and
feature of -- neither going to be issue in united states tall and looking at fall like forecast and into the weekend and partly to mostly sunny skies and sunshine and more dry weather for monday, tuesday, wednesday, we need the rain and show you how short we are on rain and updated drought monitor coming up the next half hour. back to you. >> daniel: local catholic church targeted by vandals before and huge crowds expected on the and huge crowds expected on the south end cathedral later today. >> julie: south end cathedral later today. 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, so parents have more choices for their kids' education, and public charter schools don't take funds away from public education. in fact, question 2 will result
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potentially toxic. several bills in congress right now that could give federal regulators in the food and drug administration more authority to regulate cosmetics. right now the 60 billion-dollar industry operating under 1938 federal law and fact finding hearing and environmental groups tell me it is important first step for more jacqueline fell, for example 25 news. >> daniel: maternal morality falling worldwide and death rates among women during birth and pregnancy have been increasing in the united states. doctors say this is likely due to increase in chronic diseases which are less predictable and can cause heart failure and blocked arteries. something doctors can't predict. some states created review boards to understand why
but no national board exists. >> daniel: even flow recalling 30 booster seats. company says children have been able to loosen harnesses on their own putting them in risk at event of crash. no injury have been reported as a result of the problem and will contact registered owners and give them replacement kit at no cost. >> julie: blue bell recalling two flavors of ice cream because of concerns of listeria. it is chip cookie dough and supplier could be contaminated with the bacteria. the company says no one has gotten sick from the ice cream and the recall is cautionary. this comes after a listeria outbreak caused trouble for the ice cream company last year. >> shiri: fall officially starting at 10:21 and got to wait awhile to actually feel like fall in new england. i will show you when it starts and how long that's going to last next. >> daniel: high school teacher
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good morning, everyone. beautiful blue sky at the moment and always play the guessing game. like to play the temperature guessing game. if you saw the guessing game what would you think? >> 7580? out right now. >> shiri: think it is 70s was good guess. >> daniel: that's why i'm not the meteorologist. >> shiri: warm afternoon and feeling mild out there and kind of close, 73. >> 73 not bad. >> shiri: 68 in lawrence and lower 70s ruling across southeastern massachusetts, cape just a little bit cooler and trend is going to continue even into the afternoon and 68 in
the warm-up is on. taking us to 81? at noon with sunny skies and mostly sunny conditions all day 3:00 p.m. about 83? and 7:00 p.m. 73? and nice little evening cooldown going to feel fresh outside and if you're headed to the pats game on average 66? but coming up i have a little hour-by-hour forecast if tailgating or staying lady got what you're going to be dressing for. julie up right now with live drive time traffic. >> julie: route 1 opened up, just spotty, slowing on 93 right around route 16 and route 60 and 128 southbound still sluggish through lexington. live look at expressway and don't think they will see relief there ever on the expressway. just always slow. but closer to noon and one hit the speed limit. live drive times. 22 minutes route 1 to the tobin, 43 minutes on 93 south and a
southbound. >> daniel: following breaking news this morning the governor of north carolina has declared state of emergency as violent protests continued for a second day. streets have emptied out this morning but four more officers have been injured and protester now on life support after being shot by another protester. the chaos hit the peak late last night in downtown charlotte where they smashed store windows and lit fires in lined streets blocking entrances to hotels and sending off protesters with tear gas. protesters in response to the death of keith scott shot and killed by police and had a gun that they recovered at the scene and family said he was just reading a book but police say they did not find a book. today the mayor of charlotte is going to be body cam and dash cam video from the scene and
>> julie: police investigating deadly motorcycle crash and officers trying to track down a car that was involved in the wreck and then drove away from the scene. fox25 catherine parrotta well, of near the site on route 114 where the road was shut down for several hours overnight. catherine? >> catherine: i learned this morning lawrence police in charge of the investigation so i'm awaiting call back from the chief on here is what we know about this so far though. this happened on 114 and stretch that i just pointed out to you and one person killed in this crash, at least one other taken to the hospital. according to the eagle-tribune collision between two motor motr motorcycles and car and happened at 8:00 p.m. vehicle involved in the crash thought to have left the scene and trying to get more
nature. lawrence police in charge of the investigation and awaiting information from the chief once arrives and get the latest throughout the day by going to our website. for now live here in north andover, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> daniel: damage to car in westboro caused by moose and one threatened. daniel: we know suv was stolen when careened into two other cars. >> julie: jessica reyes live at the scene and wondering why the kids weren't in school. >> jessica: three people in the suv, all three of them were
hospital and one treated for life-threatening injuries this morning. >> when hit the light i knew it wasn't going to make it. >> jessica: stolen suv on side lying in the middle of the road at warren street and mlk junior boulevard in roxbury. >> lucky nobody get killed. >> julie: >> jessica: all were juveniles, all taken to the hospital and one with life-threatening injuries and anthony thomas was there and saw the whole thing. >> saw person sticking on window and bottom down and person i guess in back passenger was back side standing. >> jessica: saw suv speeding at mlk before two and flipped as went to warren. police have confirmed it was, in fact, stolen but officers were not chasing it.
buy with police cars behind. >> came really fast. couldn't make the turn. >> were police following them? >> yeah, being chased. >> jessica: he is operating without a license among other things. >> julie: two-year-old neyden tavares was hit on market street on tuesday night. the enterprise says the boy slipped away from the mother and ran into the street. driver of the car remained on the scene and has not been charged. >> daniel: whether sexual history of murder victim will go public. family of lizzie marriott listened as state and attorneys argued 19-year-old sexual past should remain private while her killer, seth mazzaglia, appeals
seth mazzaglia is serving life in prison for murdering lizzie marriott. his attorney says that is key to the appeal and any testimony would go against new hampshire's rape shield law. >> argument is trial was not fair and trial judge made a mistake. >> daniel: it is unclear when the state supreme court will rule on the issue. daniel: salem man convicted of killing boston will be sentenced to life in prison. jury convicted castile in 2012 shooting of stephen murphy. army sniper was killed outside. rell testifies of perez say they are glad the trial is finally over. >> never bring back steven but something that week begin to
>> daniel: castile will be sentenced on monday and carries a mandatory life sentence. >> julie: story only see on fox25. one middleborough mother says kids bus stop is too close to the sex offender. steven reynolds spent time in prison for assault on child. she says she complained to the school district last year but doesn't feel the actions were reynolds doesn't understand the problem and says he is at work when the bus comes. >> seems like very easy fix. one bus stop, one cul-de-sac, two children. >> they are over reacting because they can't get past that you're a registered sex offender. >> julie: the girls usually get across the street in in front of reynolds house and she wants them to get off in front of their home and there's no
the bus stop have been in place since 1991 and aside from this complaint he does not know of any incidents. >> daniel: rape, assault and witness intimidation behind bars and confronting him and accusing him of recording up her skirt. he is now accused of secretly video taping up a woman's skirt while she was on eslater and prosecutors say witness alerted the victim and when she >> julie: parents tell fox25 there were two incidents last week where students at middle school used racial slurs. one took place at bus bound for boston and second involved group of nine students harassing metco students and district says students involved and letter
done. >> let them know we fix the problem. >> i think they are trying. dope think they are succeeding by himself. >> police are investigating costly act of vandalism after cathedral of holy cross. homeless man tossed rock through one of the original stain class windows at south end church. window now boarded up and cost thousands of dollars to large crowds expected at church to see the heart of the italian saint page. >> daniel: holocaust memorial vandalized and honoring children in holocaust was stolen in milton. artist whose sister was killed in concentration camp says this is a hate crime and still investigating. tonight's ceremony near the
slightly improving as commute winds down. down to 46 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> daniel: popular woman's magazine getting into the auto industry. coming up why this car from cosmo causing so much anger online. plus new disturbing allegations against an embattled politician. latest claims about anthony weiner mad up. it's more expensive every year. it would be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. when you take all that money it just changes you. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
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>> daniel: police hope disturbing new video of mom overdosing in front of toddler will show graphic use of drug use. it is not easy to watch. see girl tugging at her mother's body. this is sunday at the family dollar store in lawrence. she needed two shots of overdose woman. >> very disturbing to see someone obviously matter of addiction overtake someone to the point where they are not able to take care of their child. >> daniel: police say they wish the person shot the video had helped the child but images will be a key piece of evidence and charge the woman with child endangerment and right now her daughter is in protective custody.
on american flag. he says he wanted an effective way to show students what freedom of speech meant. at first he asked if anyone had lighter or scissors. now he is defending himself. >> i said this is freedom of speech. francis, who has military says he did not need to offend anyone with actions and school investigating incident. >> daniel: knew scandal with anthony weiner. weiner knew he was chatting with underage girl and told the site he tried to get her to engage in rape fantasies and sent her suggestive detectives. former congressman says he has the subject of hoax but statement weiner says he has no
himself in the position. last month he filed for divorce under a different sexting scandal. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. slow spot actually starts after morrissey boulevard on the expressway which is a little farther north than usual. seeing some spotty delays as well on 128 northbound right around route 135. 128 south still problematic through the elect area and this is what we are seeing on the gas tank. pike eastbound 495 to mass ave and 30 minutes on expressway, 42 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear seeing blue skies outside and you have been the countdown master. >> daniel: usually see the
>> shiri: joule so excited start to see things here and also not last as long and drop sooner because the trees are stressed and create the faster change. you know we got ten inch rainfall deficit in boston since just beginning of the year. unfortunately even though we got some spots with two, four inches of rain earlier this week, didn't do anything to improve drought monitor and since happened. didn't get worse but expect with pattern we have coming up probably will next week and we got dry, clear conditions and high pressure, a little shield, keep us with the sunshine today and going to deflect everything else but tomorrow it breaks down and in comes the next front. see temperature here by 11, 12, climbing into the upper 70s, lower 80s, mostly sunny all
comfortable and lower 80s inland so highs ranging anywhere from 80 in beverly and 82 plymouth and wouldn't be surprised to see you get up to 80? there but inland lawrence, nashua, new hampshire, fitchburg, that's where we find the middle 80s and worcester 82? and cooler for the outer cape and soak up sun today and pats game tonight and tailgaters enjoying some of the lower 80s warm dry 8:00 p.m. and 65? and want someone kind of long sleeve layer to keep along with you. overnight lows range from the 50s to the sixties and we got highs tomorrow back in the low and mid-80s and you can see the rain chances, thunderstorm chances are going to be back. it is not going to be
afternoon and that front is going to be approaching southern new hampshire so that's really where early in the afternoon will have the chance for some storms or showers passing through the boston area between the evening commute and about dinner time and for your late friday night plans we are going to have an eye on southeastern massachusetts. following that though for the weekend, the cooler air does return as we get into the saturday and sunday. there's your 60s. there's your feel of fall in the air. 80s today and tomorrow, 66 64 on sunday. both days looking nice and bright. next week the problem is i know it looks good with all the sunshine and chilly mornings with 30s and 40s. highs in the 60s but you just saw the drought monitor and how bad the situation is. we really need some more rain and only rain i have what we get out of spotty showers tomorrow afternoon. unfortunately it does look like another dry work setting up. i will be back in just a few and back to you guys.
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>> julie: teamed up to create problem for women and london fashion week and features eyeliner shaped headlights, champagne interior and perfect for women because it is, quote, small and easy to park. they may have taken to social media and saying unnecessary women do not need a special vehicle. >> daniel: more than since mark wahlburg was part of the funky bunch and his daughter asked if he would rap for her. >> i'm your 45-year-old father and got to rap and give your behind a slap. called a spanking. and if later on in life you're going to thank me. all the advice giving you is good for you and if in the your
and blue. >> daniel: if she wanted her cell phone back she would listen to advice. >> julie: david ortiz back to final week of big league career and yankees fans have something not so nice planned. moon big papi and they want him to drop troy. if ten people moon big papi they will get arrested. if 10,000 do for the grandkids. >> daniel: there's already a corn maze to celebrate the red sox slug and her last year with the team. latest big papi attraction in boston. >> decide to come down what's going on. >> elizabeth: rival created
giant paint by doughnuts map with shot. >> most iconic and how many does it take? >> elizabeth: 100? close but no coconut. be here all day. >> anybody have the time? 10,000. >> elizabeth: finally. 10,000 doughnuts and 34 cents with the greater boston food bank. >> how many calories is that? >> more than i wish to count.
papi. >> elizabeth: elizabeth hopkins, fox25 news. >> we had so many questions and where can people eat them. >> did they melt? >> had good idea, maybe old doughnuts not able to. >> it was a cool promotion. whoever designed that, that was pretty awesome. like the lego >> shiri: 60s will be back for the weekend and next week so next week feeling like fall. >> daniel: sometimes we have to come over and help you out. >> julie: thank you so much for joining us today. shiri will join us in silent
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