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this morning. >> we have seen the rain in northern new england.a few coming into southern new hampshire as well. you can see the front where the steady rain it. parked to the north where we are seeing clouds building in this morning and not much rain along 49 and west. i have seen a couple of sprinkles and here along concord and over to portsmouth, just plan on that chance for a wet road or two this morning. greater boston forecast, the 80s despite clouds moving in and warm up ahead of this kay. afternoon drive times. dinnertime. i am back with the latest timing on this with future cast coming up. look at the weekend always in rue. sunny skies and cool fall temperatures on the way, catherine. we will take a look at that map now, and things starting to get a little busy as we move into that 6:00 hour. the expressway, the slow spot between quincy and milton. if you were coming through woburn down 93. a little bit slow. go up north.
work after box street. because of a rollover. and the right lane closed because of debris there. also this from the mbta commuter rail, the fitchburg train 400 10 to 15 minutes behind schedule between littleton and north station. keep that in mind. one our live cameras. route 1, saugus. headlights. volume starting to build and nothing too concerning just yet. 12 minutes route 9. take you 13 minutes. 128 to route 1 looking good a 21-minute drive. sara and gene, over to you. >> sara: a all right, so they have one quarterback and three wins and this is perfectly fine with the new england patriots. >> gene: you better believe it. one more game before tom brady returns from suspension. tom leyden is live with us this morning. not many people expected this one to go the way it did last night, tom. >> reporter: you lump in the variables, a short week,
phenomenal compiling nine sack. pretty amazing what the patriots were able to do a dominant win to improve to 3-0 on the season. the highlights. jacoby brissett the first rookie quarterback to star for the patriots since drew bledsoe in 1993. you didn't see this from drew bledsoe. i don't think ever. following the kickoff, a 27-yard touchdown run to from jacoby to legarrette blunt. the nail in the coffin toward the end zone. the patriots 3- 27-0 as legarrette blunt celebrates with the militiamen. here is butch stearns in the locker room. >> reporter: in the third season without tom brady, the patriots start their second quarterback of the season but remain in first place mainly
thursday night and because their defense paichs shutout. >> a lot of the -- veteran plays helped me out. the coaching atv gave me confidence. >> the defense pitched a shutout but the offense, they did their job and possessed the football and capitalized on turnovers, not just what we do but a team evident and that, tonight, was certainly true. >> it was big for us. we had a big challenge. they convert a lot of d and two good receivers that can take it vertical. the game plan was set. don't give them the big plays. make them drive it down the field. >> it was very fun. any time to go out a short week and be a really good football team with a complimentary game offense, defense, special teams making big plays. it's fun. a fun environment. >> reporter: the patriots now have 10 days to get ready for their next game right here at gillette stadium sunday
bills. in foxborough, butch stearns, fox25 sports. >> gene: looks like butch had a drum crew around him. they follow him everywhere. >> reporter: i ran up to my desk and sigh this cherry bill belichick. who is this guy. >> what was that all about. >> pleased with the evident. did you see the home when jacoby brissett gave him the football. when he got the fi bill chick. >> i was just holing the ball for him. that is his ball. the first touchdown ball. so that will go up on his tree fee. >> gene: here it is. you can see -- he knows where his bread is buttered. you are a rookie quarterback, do you the right thing. absolutely. a smart move. savvy -- a veteran move by jacoby brissett. he was terrific. first rushing touchdown of that length. grogan was the last time
love gene. you may have been at that game. good stuff. >> gene: reremarkable. looking forward to chatting with you all morning, tom. sara, over to you. we are following breaking news out of tulsa, and earlier this morning police officer betty shelby turned herself in on manslaughter charges in the shooting death of an unarmed black man. prosecutors found officer shelby acted unreasonably and overreacted when shot terrence crutcher. helicopter caught the shooting. at first shelby said crutcher was not cooperating. she is out on bail. release the video! release the video! >> sara: demonstrators chanting "release the video" as they gather for a third straight night of protests in downtown charlotte. the scene was peaceful unlike the past two nights. fox25's jason law has been following latest developments
dash cam video of that deadly police cam video throughout the week, but the police chief said he is not making it public. >> protesters took to the streets of charlotte fore the first time in many nights. unlike the previous two -- [chanting] -- peace. >> you don't need no riot gear. there is no riot here. >> reporter: message was clear, the people of charlotte want answers as the state picks up the investigation into the death of keith month scott shot and killed outside his car tuesday by officer brentley vinson. we have seen pictures of what happened next and chief putn ey says dash cam video show more of the story not providing definitive evidence. scott pointed a gun at sferts and scott refusing to drop his weapon. the scott family watched two videos of the shooting and impossible to discern if scott had anything in his hands. the family wants the video released publicly but the
calls. >> stand in the whole dynamic and the definition of transparenly. i can tell you that we as a custom have been very specific of how we release information. >> claiming such a move will put crime victims at risk. >> our sex assault victims, our domestic violence victims will have a lot less faith in us so i will be losing a lot more than people are willing to acknowledge in the hopes to gain additional support and transparency >> reporter: this morning we learned that one of the protesters hit by a bullet from the crowd has died. in a separate note, the carolina panthers say they will not be moving sunday's home game against the vikings. the team had been discussing moving the event out of town and they say the game on sunday will be paid at the bank of america stadium in downtown charlotte. gene. a local cvs vunlded by crime tape after a shooting inside the store. police say the teenager was shot while waiting in line.
still searching for the gunman. fox25's jessica reyes live outside that stoughton cvs, customers say that gunfire echoed throughout the store and parking lot. >> yeah, gene, customers very surprised to hear the shock really because this all happened in broad daylight when people were in and outside of this cvs. as we have been reporting, police are still searching for three people they believe are involved. this all started in the middle of the day inside -- three men went into the cvs and we understand. it ended with one of them shooting that victim in the shoulder. all three then took off. police are really not saying a whole lot about the victim this morning only that he is just 18 years old. classes were cancelled at nearby stoughton high school and middle school. one woman who did not want to show her face was unhappy about that. >> the schools are within half a mile from where we are right now and they can't even freely
going into the store to get a drink when something like that happened. it is getting a little too much. >> reporter: continues for all three suspects this morning. police do want the public to know this was not a random act and there was absolutely no danger to the public. live in stoughton, jessica reyes, fox25 news. red sox seem unbeatable these days. 9 games left in the regular season and crushing their tied for 3. and drew be netendi. and comes around to score. and sox did take the lead though. then in the 7th, hanley ramirez delivering the dagger two-run shot into that party deck out there in right field. that number 29 of the year for hanley. sox win it 5-3. they win eight in a row. after sweeping aside the orioles and the yankees.
five and a half games. magic woman clinch a division is do you down to 5. sox are in continue and start a series against the rays. one more moment behind last night. orioles gave david ortiz a gift. what do they give him? that dugout phone during his epic meltdown in baltimore three years ago. interesting gift by the os. the team donated $10,000 for a charity for children in big papi's honor. >> catherine: good stuff there. we track traffic and weather. traffic through sullivan square. volume typical at this hour. typical drive times coming up. jason. >> jason: a good fall weekend. check out some of the numbers that we will be feeling and chilly nights too. we will get through rain first. timing that for your friday straight ahead. now 6:10, still to come this morning on the fox25 morning news, it is arriving just in time for haunted
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discussions within the sea about body cameras and cameras on the train. this all came up yesterday morning on the boston herald morning radio show. richard sullivan was the superintendent of police saying that, yes, indeed, he does favor body cams and he added he also favors having surveillance video cameras on all the trains. now the red line is currently in the process. a process that will take until 2022 of replace being half of its cars on the road line and sullivan is saying, we to put those cameras on those brand-new trains. as for the body cams, that could be a little bit more difficult. we saw boston go through a period wrangling whether or not those body cams are go on for a body program. they are now. the union has a good relationship with the t and vice versa and perhaps a good evening for them. live in dorchester, jim
records sealed. crash killed two people and injured self-other in march. the attorney of one represent the family of one of people killed wants all revealed. >> we are not asking for social security numbers or medical records. we want the basic to do our own investigation. an incredible series of crashes in westborough. it happened early yesterday morn cars were all heading west. the first vehicle was crushed, but somehow the driver survived. two more cars then hit the animal. javier burmia was driving the third vehicle. he said he went airborne once he hit the moose. >> that's when i rollover, my car was shut off. >> javier's car was destroyed and he was shaken. the man in the first car suffered minor years but is expected to be okay. 6:16 this morning. thousands of dead fish have
hinghamnd nobody eems to know why. dead fish littering the water and beaches. many long-time neighbors say they have never seen this before. one theory, the fish were chased into shallow water where they died from a lack of oxygen, but the harbor master is looking into other responsibilities too. >> might have been out there. his net broke and the fish died and really -- >> hingham's harbormaster says no risk to public >> catherine: 6:16 and a look at how the roads are doing. what a difference ten minutes can make. all the incidents that popped up on the map. route 3 southbound, an accident at 128. over here, it looks like it is on the expressway. it is not. it galavan boulevard. a multivehicle accident at adams street. shifting north a little bit more. route 1 right at main street southbound in saugus. a multivehicle accident there. also over here, this is on 93. 93 something southbound, an
accident just before route 62. none of these are good spots for something like this to happen. what a difference ten minutes can take. i showed you this camera ten minutes ago and looked fine. this line of traffic that is that motorcycle accident from where this is right now, lynn fell parkway the accident mary main street. build in extra time. the drive time, the pike 25 minutes. the expressway jammed up there, 20 minutes. 93 to 495 in andover to the leverett connector, that will take you 32 minutes. people. >> a few spots in the 50s this morning and it is not going to be anything like we are feeling over the weekend. get ready for 30s, guys. >> sara: i was going to say we need to appreciate this weather, right. >> jason: that's right. soak it up on this first full day of fall it feels a little warmer than we will typically see. we are about to change all of that. overnight tonight into tomorrow night, you are really going to be feeling the changes. show you the numbers right now.
in. not much rain yet. it is clearer so the south and east here. look at the vineyard at 50 degrees right now and middle 50s falmouth, harwich at 53 degrees. nice fresh starting temperatures there for you. mainly dry conditions too here in massachusetts. i have only see a couple of sprinkles coming across 495 and wrapping up in southern new hampshire, different story, off and on light rain coming throughout ahead of a front that is in northern new this is the first big fall front and you can see the scattered showers trying to build a little farther south here this morning. and that will be the case later today. we will have that chance for rain coming up as the front comes down. noontime, most of us dry with clouds. the afternoon drive times. the pike northward. where i am concerned we could have wet roads. boston asouth shore, we tart to see the rain chance rise and may want your dinner plans
clearing the skies. left over sprinkle for the islands and cool dry air move in. and a warmer than normal day in the upper 70s and lower 80s in worcester county. and in the lower 80s for most of essex county. we will be seeing lower and middle 80s around the greater boston area all the way to merrimack valley. foxborough at 84. taunton, middleborough in the middle 80s and cape cod and the islands ends up in the 70s. not a bad beach day don't mind the cloud cover breaking in. 40s once you get out of the city. middle 50s hyannis. and show you the tropics because they do pertain to us. a couple of tropical storms over the atlantic. karl will pass east of bermuda and closest approach to nantucket 68 miles to away. however, when you combine that with pressure over canada and a strong storm, even hurricane out to the east we get that
down in between and another reason to get much cooler for the weekend always in view. sunny skies to start next week. i think the cold this morning will be monday morning in the middle 30s. it is now 6:21 this morning. a woman turns the table on three armed people who broke into her home. the dramatic surveillance video coming up. and coming up, a look inside a rare state in brookline hitting market for $90 million. we will tell you what you can
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? ? ?. >> sara: 60 boston artists worked for months to help the city prepare for an unique display, and now play one of 60 pianos put out on the streets as part of a initiative to make the arts more accessible to everyone. the idea is to connect people through music and encourage those who want to try their hands at the keys. boston has a history with instruments that was home to america's first piano factory. the display will be out for the next 18 days. >> catherine: pretty cool. do you play? >> gene: no.
do-do-do-do. >> catherine: plenty of room for a piano in this house. this rare estate. the price tag is a whopping $90 million. check this out. the mansion is surrounded by the brookline country club and listed in excellent condition, of course. there is 26,000 square feet of living space on 14 acre. anything wow want on the luxury estate. the tax bill alone costs more than many houses, $330,000. the owner of home. >> gene: quite a home. can you imagine the bill. >> catherine: heating it. a lot of problems we just raised here. >> gene: if you can't afford that brookline mansion. maybe you are interested in this pirate ship. it has been a staple of the including region since the '90s. they put the oversized boat on sale online. anyone can bid on this thing.
will take months to remove the ship from the casino. wouldn't why you neighbors if you plop that in the yard. >> catherine: quite the outdoor cookout. >> gene: a lot of people talking. a lot of c urb appeal. >> catherine: your house will be very popular, jason. >> jason: what will they put on ebay. take it apart and pull it together. how about that. i just posted this picture to my twitter account and a great shot. a little sun off the pru a pretty start of the day. i am tracking a chance of rain headed our way. a timing on that for our friday coming up. and the brangelina divorce is getting uglier by the day. why the fbi confirmed their agency is involved in the couple's bitter break-up. the sign here says it is an art gallery, but starting
this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: this is the radar. those are showers you have got on there. the first full day of fall. it is getting close to 80-degree temps, but that's going to be it because we have a pretty decent-sized cooldown on the way and you have to expect that given it is fall. >> it is fall but when you say the 30s, jason, i say that sounds like winter. >> catherine: a little chilly. >> jason: it will feel a lot different around here. really of us will start to notice the temperatures coming down from the north, the south will have some rain to deal with as that front comes through. and then by saturday night, some 30s back into the forecast. let's show you right now. just a couple of sprinkles here into southern new hampshire. i have seen a few light showers coming by. and that better chance has been manchester northward this morning. so plan on that. temperatures right now, though, not bad. 60s in many locations under the clouds with 50s under
and east. temperatures this afternoon will climb up above 80 degrees in many locations. we will have that chance for showers coming up late today into the evening. the latest timing on that with futurecast coming up. the weekend with cool temperatures on the way, catherine. >> catherine: those roads really heating up. not sure what happened in the last ten minutes but crashes on the map. zoom in on some of them. right at 128, now seeing delays behind that as we make our way through burlingto shifting up a bit route 1 in saugus causing major delays. a multivehicle accident at main street going southbound. over here one that just popped up. 93 at 128 going south again. and another one on 93 too. 93 southbound. that accident before route 62. up here, still work going on in the merrimack area and 49 southbound because of a box truck rollover. traffic jam, route 1 saugus.
about a mile or so up the road because you are dealing with that jam. take a look at our drive times. route 1 talking about jammed up half an hour 93, 36 minutes. 128 a 24-minute ride. over to you. our top stories, new england patriots are perfect at 3-0 on the young season. rookie quarterback jacoby brissett rushed for a touchdown in his first nfl start. a 27-yard scamper to glory and a thing of beauty. third of suspended tom brady and jimmy garappolo. a shutout. pats rolling over texans 27-0. they will host buffalo a week from sunday at gillette. this morning police are searching for three young men involved in a shooting inside of a local pharmacy. the men were seen running from the cvs on central street in stoughton. seconds after an 18-year-old man was shot in the shoulder
inside the store when it happened. after the shooting, two stoughton schools cancelled all evening activities and told students to stay home and stay safe. the town made famous for witch trials is home to a satanic temple. it will open its doors in downtown salem today. fox25's michael henrich is live outside that quaint victorian house on bridge street which is the group's global headquarters, good morning, michael. a mile from where 19 of the 20 people convicted of witchcraft in the 1990s were hanged a and now this house what used to be a funeral home, the satanic temple's international headquarterss will open up today. you will notice on the sign, it calls itself an art gallery and it will be an art gallery as well. the satanic web site said the.gallery are host art,
not worship any physical devil or anything supernatural. a spokesperson for the satanic temple says we continue to contribute to the cultural climate with the city's high standards. the town that once executed people because of alleged ties to satan will be hosting the organization is not lost on us. in quote, i reached out to the satanic temple to learn more about what they plan to do once i hear back, i will bring that you update. live in salem, michael henrich, fox 25 news. new this morning, a traffic officer is recovering after a car ran over his foot on a construction deal till overnight. it happened on pleasant street. the officer was taken to leahy hospital and police are investigating the ibt. an ashburnham man is without a home after a car crashed into his living room. it happened on ashby road.
control of the car and hitting the house. robert gould was not inside when the car destroyed the home of 40 years. the impact caused the second floor to collapse. >> fire trucks, wreckers, pulled the car out of the house. i got lucky to get out of the house. >> gene: the fire department said the driver was unconscious when they pulled her out of the car. she was taken to the hospital sand is expected to be okay. a local man is suing walpole police saying he was highly sto john paul told fox25 that two officers pulled him over last month. he says they frisked him and searched his car. according to the complaint filed, one referenced the color of his skin and stated that the stop was not discriminatory. >> being told by the officer our good guy, you are cooperating and to say this isn't about race when -- and
chief has opened an internal investigation. a debate of legalizing marijuana ends with a strange twist. a forum on recreational marijuana. a panelist held up two bags of candy and asked the audience to determine which was laced with marijuana. following the debate a man walked up and stole one of the bags of candy. neither bag actually contained drugs. in massachusetts a judge will deintensified recreational marijuana use will be legal. finding it hard to collect the thousands of dollars owed for marijuana citations.the state dicriminal niceed -- decriminalized small amounts of pot. they were given citations that people are not paying. the only avenue is to take people to small claims court and that is costly and time consuming. fox25 pulled the unpaid marijuana. norwood has $14,000 in delinquent citations since
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every ten minutes. i have been telling four a while about this on 49 southbound in the merrimack area. a box truck roll over that you can see there. because of that, recovery work going on, debris in the roadway and one of the lanes is closed on 495 going south. skyfox capturing that scene live. yais jays people rushing around in a hurry. you are tracking another accident. you will be back with those coming up. i am tracking this front in northern new england and i the back door i posted to my twitter account as that moisture builds into southern new england. it is dry and none of this is getting to the ground. few light showers in southern new hampshire, manchester, keene even to portsmouth you might need the umbrella on the morning commute. 50s and 60s. big changes coming up for the weekend. i will be back with the 30s in just a little bit. >> catherine: all right, sara, over to you.
inside of a georgia home. three burglars rush in with guns drawn but a woman inside starts shooting at them. the woman chased the three men around the home. you can see her opening fire as the men run away. one of men was shot and later died. the other two escaped and police are still searching for them. the woman was not hurt and will not face any charges. houston now home to the largest display of mummies ever assembled in the world. the traveling exhibit include world and all ages. some date back more than 4,000 years and even include some animal mummies and they each tell a story. >> they lived in the past but they are still people and we would like to treat them that way. we treat them with respect and story. >> gene: the exhibit mummies of the world will be open until next may. iconic mummies -- only one icon i can "mummy."
glad she is not part of that exhibit. that's for clear. checking in live with all of our reporter. we will do that after the break. including big fines for the boss. how much bruce springsteen is playing foxborough for playing just a little bit too long. first, a book about the murder of stephen king will
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. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. 6:44 this morning if you are just joining us. we are getting you up to the minute on all of our top stories. >> sara: including calls for body cameras on the mbta police and opening of the satanic temple in salem. but first jessica reyes live
opened fired in a cvs, jess. >> reporter: yes, people involved in the shooting and all happened in broad daylight inside the store behind me. three men ran into the store and started some sort of fight with the victim. he was shot in the shomder are, but police do say that he is expected to survive. police are not saying a whole lot about the victim this morning only that he is 18 years old and while police are still trying to track down all three people that they believ were involved with this, they do want the public to know this was not a random act and absolutely no threat to the public. coming up, we are hearing from boston police and people who were inside the store at the time of the shooting. but for now, we are live in stoughton, jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. top officials in the mbta transit police are discussing equipping officers with body cams. this all came out yesterday morning. richard sullivan, the superintendent talking on the boston herald morning radio
cams. also favors putting video surveillance cameras on trains. the red line right now in the process of replacing about half the red line trains. staying might be a good idea to equip those trains with those new cameras. body cams a little more difficult. boston went through quite a bit to get those body cams into a pilot program. sullivan says they have got good relationship with the union. in dorchester, jim morelli, fox25 developing this morning, there is calm on the streets of north carolina. demonstration for third straight night protesting the shooting of a man by police on tuesday. protesters message last night was simple. they say they want answers. they have released pictures of keith lamont scott the man killed by police. they want the dash cam footage of the shooting made public.
will put victims at risk. all right, 6:47 right now on this friday morning. it is the weekend, and our first full day of fall. congratulations. >> gene: and you get those -- you talk about hooded sweatshirts or fleece. you don't have those on standby, time to put them into play. >> jason: i think so. by monday morning feeling that chill in the air with a lot of weekend forecast and we are kicking off on friday with great sunrise pictures from our viewers. this from worcester, from tom. nice shot. you see those clouds coming in ahead of this big fall front and makes for beautiful sunrise. metheun thank you for sending this this in and eric, that gorgeous picture with the reflection of the water below. i snapped a picture of a
twitter account. temperatures running in the 50s and 60s, no 30s yet. not a bad start. 5 in medway. middle 60s around sandwich and little cooler in a few other spots on cape cod still. i have a couple of sprinkles, but really southern new hampshire that has seen the off and on light showers coming through all the way up through the concord area. a few has made its way toward portsmouth. an area to watch for wet roads. made its way into southern new england this afternoon with a rising rain chance. not so much at noontime, late day that we start to see the front lift up the moisture in the atmosphere, what little there is of it and bring us a slight chance of a thunderstorm but the bigger story just a couple of hours of rain. a 10th of an inch of rain will be likely with the showers. best chance north of the pike with the afternoon drive and south of the pike for
starting to see the skies clear. not any rain left except maybe on the islands. for today, upper 70s and lower 80s. it is a warm first full day of fall. we will be in the low 80s and most of essex county as well. middle 80s popping up in places like dedham and braintree and lower 80s. in brockton, you can examine a high of 85 degrees a lot like yesterday as far as the warmth. the difference is, we will have more cloud cover so it plenty warm. we will see temperatures in the 70s near 880 cape cod for today. and then for tonight, it is cool but not as cool as it will be, overnight lows in the 40s outside of the city. in the 50s in boston and over toward cape cod as you wake up tomorrow. now the tropics are pretty busy. lisa and carl out there. karl expected to be a hurricane after it moves away from bermuda. keep in mind we have a very powerful tropical system about
with high pressure over canada. so that funnel -- that cool, breezy air down into southern new england that's where we will see that chillier weekend in store. 39 on sunday morning. 36 on monday morning. plenty of sun though, and a shower by the middle of next week. a look at how the map is looking right now. very, very busy on there. point out a couple of those accidents. route 3 southbound, still on the map at 128. seeing some delays around that one. also over h little bit. this is route 1 going south from saugus right at the main street saugus exit and a multivehicle accident and we are jammed up behind that point. over here this has since cleared 93 southbound this is still worried about 93 southbound a little farther up at route 62 and farther north. 495 southbound. we have been talking about this morning. recovery work after a box truck rollover. and here is the box truck on
there is only two lanes of traffic getting by 49 southbound as you move throughout merrimack area building in extra time. drive times, route 3, 11 minutes. 95 it will take you 19 minutes as well. sara, over to you. this morning the wife of new york bombing suspect ahmad khan rahami is back in the u.s. investigators hope she can fill in some key details about her husband, including possible connections to terrorists. here is the latest on the investigation. criminal returned to family home following the explosion but rahami has not yet been questioned. police say he is still in the hospital and conscious after a shootout with police in new jersey. as for his wife, she is back in dubai but the fbi says she is not considered a suspect. investigators are still searching for the two men seen removing device from a piece of luggage the night of the new york attack. this morning yahoo is saying state-sponsored hackers
it appears to be the top breach in the largest breach in history. fox25's jason law gins us now with more with people who still have a yahoo account. we are still talking about half a million people here. a lot of folks affected by this. >> jason: a lot of people. i have a yahoo account. i checked. it could help scammers gain access to credit card and bank account information. if you were a person that uses the same password for multiple e-mail accounts, you may want to shake to shake a change this morning. >> reporter: yahoo security experts believe the hack happened back in 2014 and the last two years, some 500 million yahoo e-mail user account details were exposed everything from names and e-mail addresses to dates of birth, security questions and hareed passwords. >> this is by far the largest data breach ever. >> reporter: robert scilliano security expert says even if you are not an active yahoo
accounts and play it safe by updating any passwords that are the same. >> whenever data breaches like this occur there are n'er-do-wells that have access to criminal information and liquidate bank accounts and credit card accounts as a result. >> yahoo is working with law enforcement to get to the bottom of it with some suggestsing that the hack could be state sponsored since it was so widespread. >> when they say generally mean someone like russia and china, they basically pay one of the citizens hackers to break into the databases. whether or not that is the case we don't really know. the fact of the matter is, there is buzz around it and more than likely the obama administration will get involved. >> reporter: the silver lining did not include credit card information or bank account numbers. those numbers were not stored in the system that was hacked. jason law, fox25 news.
apparent e-mail hack that contains a scan -- a scan rather of michelle obama's passport. the e-mail account belongs to a low-level contractor. it contains white house logistics and travel and an image was posted online. white house has not determined if it is authentic. the hackers are the same group that leaked information from former secretary of state colin powell's e-mails last week. on the campaign trail now, republican presidential candidate donald trump is for taking a few days off. >> where is hillary today? well, they say she has been practicing for the debate. some people think she is sleeping. >> trump made the comment at a campaign rally in virginia. clinton has cleared her schedule for the first face-to-face debate. trump continues campaigning
getting ready for the debate. and chelsea clinton spent time campaigning for her mother. she talked about family leave for you in paints and this summer she gave birth to her second child. politics ahead of profits. jordan's will close early so employees will watch the first presidential debate. all stores close at 8 p.m. the debate begins at 9, you can see it here on after at fox25 at 10 and 11. multiple reports say federal prosecutors and the nypd are investigating the latest allegations involving weiner. this week, the daily mail accused him of sending graphic text messages to a 15-year-old girl. the feds have reportedly issued subpoenas information about the messages. last month weiner's wife filed
for a divorce despite the for a divorce despite the texting . allegations of child abuse. multiple sources say he was abusive on a private flight last week. pitt and his wife angelina jolie announced a divorce one day after the supposed incident. jolie cited family health as a reason for the split. author james patterson has decided not to release his most recent novel. "the murder of stephen king." it will no longer be printed. decided to halt the publication after learning fans had vandalized king's home fans of patterson's work won't have to wait too long for his next book. he will publish a different model in november instead. so they have got chicken nuggets and pizza on the menu, but not all cafeteria food is unhealthy, how this worker said she lost more than 100 pounds eating from the lunch line. and soon valedictorians can be eliminated from a graduation ceremony. the local school that could get rid of school ranks. traffic and weather every
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patriots are running high after a went and bringing in performance and what it means for the teams going forward. >> jessica: police in stoughton searching for three people inside a cvs. >> i heard a pop, two pops. >> jessica: what police say they were doing right before the shooting. >> sara: new developments of unarmed black man in oklahoma. what the officer who pulled the trigger complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: 7:00 on friday morning september 23rd, thank you for being with us this morning, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. rain could be on the way for the start of your weekend. fox25 meteorologist jason brewer in stormtracker weather center. >> jason: tracking rain trying