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tv   FOX 25 Morning News  FOX  September 23, 2016 4:30am-5:00am EDT

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right now i am tracking sprinkles through southern new hampshire. the rest of us are waking up dry. we are seeing the increasing clouds. temperatures are climbing quickly around lunchtime and heading into the lower to middle 80s this afternoon. despite clouds that are going to be moving in. enjoy the warmth. the cool down on the way. the weekend in view does get sunny but cooler. let's take look at how the roads are doing 4:30 on your friday morning right now. start with the m mathly as you might anticipate. zoom over here. the pike that is moving well. 128, the expressway doing just fine. a couple of lane closures in those tunnels clustered right in the city. the pike tunnel, the prudential tunnel. a look at the pike going eastbound, and traffic is moving well. you do see a police vehicle. doesn't seem to be impeding your progress. drive times, route 1, 12 minutes. 93 from andover to the leverett connector, 21 minutes
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minutes right now. suspensions, injuries and a short week. none of that team to matter to the new england patriots though. >> i thought they were in trouble but the short-handed pats hosted houston and had a win. what a shutout. tobacco jacoby brissett making first nfl start in place of tom brady and jimmy garappolo. jacoby brissett showed off his legs, he has legs, 27-yard touchdown run. the largest since 1976 the largest since 1976. put pats up. legarrette blunt got more than 100 yards. handoff for 41 of those yards for a score. second touchdown of the game and pats roll and surprise everybody. the final score 27- the first shutout since 2012. gunshots ring out near the cash register at a local cvs. this morning a 18-year-old is recovering after getting shot in the shoulder as police search for suspects.
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stoughton. they can hear the gunshots from the car notice parking lot. >> reporter: yes, catherine, it was very, very loud and police are searching for the three people they believe are behind this. as we have been reporting this happened inside the cvs in broad daylight as shoppers were inside. video from the scene we want to show you of yesterday afternoon. police say it all started when three men went into the store and got into some sort of fight. it ended with one of them all three of them then took off. police are really not saying a whole lot about the victims this morning only that he is 18 years old. customers who were inside the store at the time tell us it happened near the cash register in the corn are of the store. >> i only saw a couple of guys and they were arguing and they said they were going to take it outside and i heard a pop, two pops. >> reporter: afterschool
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and middle school as a result of this shooting. again this morning, police are also looking for all three people they believe was involved in this, but they do want everyone to know that there is no danger to the public and this was not a random act. live in stoughton this morning, jessica reyes, fox25 news. we are following breaking news off of tulsa where police officer betty shelby has turned herself in on manslaughter charges in the shooting death of an unarmed black man. they said officer shelby unreasonably and overreacted, end quote. she shot and killed terrence crutcher as he walked to his suv with his arms raised. the incident was captured by helicopter and dash cam video. the officer said he wasn't cooperating and officer shelby posted bail. there is calm on the streets of charlotte, north carolina as a curfew remain in effect. demonstrators rallied for a
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last night more peaceful, no violence or property damage. city leaders called for midnight curfew. police didn't have time to enforce it last night because there was no unrest. also this morning protesters and the family of a man shot by police earlier this week are calling for police to release video of that shooting. new this morning, rlt superintendent of mbta police wants his percent to wear body cameras the announcement that comes at the same time of boston police that are testing out their cameras. and this plan does not stop at body cameras either. >> no, it does not, and not that this plan was imminent. a point of discussion yesterday morning on the boston herald radio show.the t second in command superintendent richard sullivan says does favor officers wearing body cams, and he also faces video surveillance cameras on red line trains. the t is in the midst of replacing more than half of its red line trains.
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into those new cars. obviously the body cam is a little bit of trickier proposition because of union consideration. we did see boston go through six months to try to get the body cams for a pilot program. having said that, sullivan says that the t has a good working relationship. a healthy relationship with unionized employees on the t police force. live in dorchester, jim morelli, fox25 news. >> the commuter rail is back a man was hit and killed by a train. they are not releasing his name and he hopped a fence and somehow ended on the tracks. a grand jury indicted a man accused of shooting two manchester, new hampshire police officers. prosecutors say ian mcpherson shot officer ryan hardy in the face and sergeant matthew o'connor in the leg in may. the shootings left an entire neighborhood in lockdown.
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work. if condition victored he faces up to life in prison. the driver in the deadly sweet tomato crash wants documents sealed for the ca is. the attorney for bradford casler and before a judge. it killed two people and injured several others. the attorney for the family of one of those killed wants all the documents to be public. >> not asking for social security numbers or medical records. we are asking for businessics to do our own investigation. >> jason: no word when a judg a crash in roxbury. the 17-year-old girl was in
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towns. norwood has $15,000 worth of delinquent.
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year and a half. >> some agencies have decided to go forward with filing, like, a small claims case where they can try to go back and recoup the money. >> jason: chief carmichael says based on how it is written, the only avenue to take people to small claims court and costly and time consuming. an incredible series of crashes as a series of cars hit moose on route 9. the cars were all headed west. first vehicl crushed but somehow the vehicle survived. two more cars hit the animal. the man driving the third vehicle went airborne when he hit the moose. >> just when i rolled over, my car was shut off. >> catherine: javier's car was destroyed and he was shaken. the man in the first car suffered minor injuries but is expected to be okay. thousands of dead fish have washed up in the beach in
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dead fish littering the beaches. many long-time neighbors have never seen this before. one theory is they were chased in shallow water where they died of lack of oxygen. they are looking into other areas. >> the fisherman and his net broke and the fish died and they were released. another local town has a confirmed case of the west nile virus. a mosquito tested positive for the virus in milton. the state of positive tests in norfolk county. three people have tested positive statewide. 4:39 now. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. a look at drive times right now on the expressway from the split to the pike, 9 minutes. 93 from 495 to the leverett connector, their is going to take you 19 minutes. 128 from university ave, 18 minutes. jason. >> jason: you off to a nice and quiet start. we are seeing clouds on the
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for a few showers and when the chilly air moves in for a taste of fall coming up. a family eight just got bigger. coming up new at 5:00, the mother who gave birth to her third set of twins without any fertility drugs. plus making a little boy's
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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. 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 for the content of this advertising. this morning police continue to search for a
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station was at milton ceremony for an interfaith vigil to show support for the 81-year-old sculptor fred mcmassey. he created the piece to honor his sister and the one and a half million children who died in concentration camps. we told you how it was ripped from its pedestal. >> i don't think the memorial in its presence ever had the importance that it has now in its absence. and thing is an important lesson for us >> jason: milton's police chief promised an exhaustive search for the statue saying fire fighters will comb the nearby pond looking for it. two dozen police officers will be honored with bravery awards named after a state trooper killed in the line of duty. governor charlie baker help present the hanna awards during a ceremony at the statehouse today. yesterday rather. it is named for state trooper george hanna shot and killed in 2003 during a routine
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[inaudible] >> catherine: the 22 officers honored were from state police, boston, chelsea, tewksbury and bourne department. a little boy is dealing with heart-condition. and how the make-a-wish foundation made his wish come true. >> i love it. >>ep never know that 6-year-old giovanni was born with just half a heart. >> he is having trouble getting listed for transplant because of just how much his disease has progressed. so we are at a stage where it is -- trying to get help for him. >> reporter: he also has a condition that attacks his organs. he has had multiple surgeries. it has been hard on the whole family. >> a wish to bring back a
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give a nice respite for the entire family to be together and heal together. fire trucks and disney characters are seeing the family off. still -- there are reminders that gio is tender. for most of his or deal, he has been bed bound and unable to do the kind of things that other kids do. >> a city bus right for him. so we are just >> [cheering] >> reporter: a normal family with a little bit of magic mixed in. >> we can't thank make a wish massachusetts and rhode island enough. getting it all together and putting all the pieces together to make it all work. it is an overwhelming feeling. >> reporter: elizabeth hopkins, fox 25 news. >> catherine: look at that big smile. >> jason: i was going to say
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>> catherine: good to see the people come together and get dressed up. >> jason: has to be real tough for the family but good luck to them. >> catherine: yeah, absolutely. 4:46 on your friday morning. start with the big map southwest of the city. 128 expressway doing okay. moving up a little bit north of the city. same goes for 128 and 93 if you were heading south. a look at the pike eastbound through brighton. the police vehicle still on the roadways. not impacting you at this early hour. route 1, 12 minutes. 93 to 49 from peabody to the weston tolls a 22-minute ride. nice to keep the windows open. >> talk about lows in the 30s? >> catherine: we were just talking about this and in disbelief. that is silly stuff. >> jason: yesterday was hot. >> jason: yeah, in fact that may be my first graphic if i am not mistaken. did you get a sneak peek -- you have a monitor over there and you will see what i am going to show. we have 8, 87.
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day of fall warmth feel. and today not quite as warm. it is warmer than normal and we get to see a chance of some 30s over the weekend at night. i will show you more coming up. right now temperatures are nice. in the 5s. we have the windows open. cape and islands 56, hyannis. 56, marshfield. 64 in boston. those out to the west in the 50s. norwood, natick, way lan all in thes. look at the cloud cover coming in keeping a blan and i have 63 in worcester as well. ashburnham at 55 degrees. so let's talk about that little band of showers that you just saw there on the current conditions map. that is just associated with the front approaching. out ahead of it we saw a couple of sprinkles from worcester, middlesex county and lowell a drop or two. in southern new hampshire, a travis rain possible, but not much to really impact the morning drive. good news on that. nashua over to hampton beach.
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coming by and they are not lasting very long over around wyndham and say recommend right now. look at it they are already moving off of hampton beach and one radar scam about 5 minutes long. here is a look at the front in northern new england. that's where the normal, steadier rain is now. the front makes its way southward during the afternoon and we are starting to see better rain chance in southern new england and late day and evening and not all of us will get wet. track this with futurecast. a lot and still warm with a southwest wind ahead of the front will warm us up. here is a look at your afternoon drive. 5, 6 p.m. north of the pike will see a shower, possibly an embedded rumble of thunder. the pike down to the south shore, you may want to have the umbrella along because we are going to have a passing shower come through. could you get a quick 10th of an inch of rain and any of those heavier showers, and then by 6:00 tomorrow morning,
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check out the high temperatures today. upper 70s and lower 80s as we go back into worcester county. and another day of above-normal temperatures will have low 80s around topsfield and beverly. middle 80s in natick and boxborough today. even around boston some low and middle 80s. and for the cape and islands, 75 to near 80 degrees. a pretty nice beach day out here on the first full day of fall. here is your weekend cooldown. the clouds clear e temperatures only achieve the mid- to upper 60s. on sunday, we will take a few more degrees off of those high temperatures. before we get that far, do want to show you the lows tonight. we will be mostly in the 40s. 50s in boston. cape cod as well. and then it gets colder. sunday morning where we are going to start feeling a lot of 30s out there and i think the coldest morning opt seven-day will be monday morning. light winds, clear skies may have to monitor for any patchy frost and normally colder
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rain trying to move back in. all right, well people all across new he thinks and in canada have spotted a meteor flying across the sky. dash cam video in that meteor in new hampshire. the fox25 stormtracker weather team and checked and found 200 people in our area reported seeing that. an animal rescue team has cap high temperatureed a manatee has been spotted several times on cape cod that is far from its usual florida wate opinion long annal mauve of washburn island near falmouth. they plan to evaluate the manatee's health before taking it to the mystic. the dog hit by a commuter rail train is looking for a new home this morning. what vets are crediting for its quick recovery. plus -- ?. >> jason: the pianos are back in boston. meet the artists putting their
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well, the city of worcester says if it has a plan to plow through snowstorms. they unveiled a new strategy to hire winter coordinators each will everysee half of the city during clean. up and devote more money for private plow operators and pay an additional $2 an hour.
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gillette stadium will be paying for a bruce springsteen concert that lasted more than four hours. the kraft team had 22,000 for breaking the town's concert curfew. foxborough's weeknight curfew is 11:30. the show ended at 11:4, 24 minutes late. foxborough concert was the final one on bruce springsteen's tour. if you are in the market for dream home, a rare estate is now for sale in brookline but will cost you. million. skyfox flew over the woodland manor. the mansion surrounded by the country club and golf course. there is 26,000 square feet of living space set on 14 acres of land. the tax bill alone cost more than $330,000 a year more than many houses. right now the founder of reebok owns that home. >> jason: unbelievable. the sound of music is returning to every boston neighborhood now. part of the city's focus on
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>> catherine: our even piano man blair miller has been watching this project get together for several weeks and he was there as they rolled out the ivories. >> reporter: in a city where sounds mean so much, it is one sound trying to rise above it all ? ? ?. >> reporter: the first american piano factory once stood in boston's south end, now the musical artist tee is this and the work of soren bika. putting their mark on these pianos, painted, sketched and colored. >> for week to hide the piano. a different kind of camo. >> reporter: months of work leading up to today. >> all right, one, two, three. okay. go ahead with this one. >> reporter: old out with the others. 60 pianos going to 60 neighborhoods all across the city. s+ oren's rolling canvas ended up in the heart of boston inside faneuil hall, part of
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everyone. >> the idea is to call people toward the piano and encourage them to play. >> reporter: an open invitation for just the curious. or even the pros. ? ? a musical connection that is here for 18 days, bridging the city's historic gap from then to now. ? ? ? using the simple sounds. blair mill, >> catherine: a lot of talent there. the city did this a few years ago and so popular they decided to bring it back and you used to know the "aladdin"song. >> jason: i took lessons when i was 10 and traded it for the guitar. like gene as, chopsticks. you hear someone playing the piano it is calming and beautiful. >> catherine: it's great. anthony weiner is caught in a new scandal.
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see if the teen's allegations are true. people are shocked about the allegations against brad pitt. 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.
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now at 5:00, the patriots keep on winning no matter what the odds. how they managed to blank the texans with their rookie quarterback and the funny facebook post from tom brady overnight. a teenager is shot in the shoulder in the middle of a busy cvs in broad daylight. >> i h >> reporter: the three people police are looking for this morning. [chanting] >> and the protests continued in charlotte for the third straight night, but demonstrators kept it peaceful. the demands they are making to the police chief and why he is refusing to comply. and being called one of the worst hacks ever. what we know of the massive breach at yahoo and what experts are telling users to do. >> complete new england news
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this is the fox25 morning news. and good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us now o'clock on this friday morning. it is september 23. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: i am sara underwood. a cool, bright, breezy weekend ahead for a real fall feel. jason brewer is in the storm tracker with a few fall showers. area where the steady rain. a couple of sprinkles i have seen in southern new hampshire, worcester county, near leominster. i am not seeing more than a couple of drops. a trace near portsmouth, new hampshire. you can see the clouds build in and they will warm up anyway. in the middle 70s by 11 he clock and hitting high temperatures in the upper 70s and early afternoon. we will go ahead and climb up above 80 degrees in many spots in the greater boston area ahead of this front with a 40%


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