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and don't have that immediate coastline. advisory. acushnet at 42 degrees. your hour-by-hour forecast. day planner forecast. 7 a.m. plan on 30s and 40s at noontime. 62 degrees with plenty of sunshine. a nice, bright day. highs will top out in the 50s. a town by town look at what to plan. julie is back with live drive time traffic. >> so far so good. the map north of the pike. route 1, 93 issue 37. pike moving along fine. 13 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 20 minutes on 93 south. 21 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. grief counselors expected at a local school of a a 5-year-old boy was hit and killed by a car in grafton. he has not been identified but
that he was student at a local elementary school. they are calling this a tragic accident. crime tape separated a street after a woman was shot in weymouth. she was shot and under arrest. the officer says he was forced to shoot. >> reporter: right, julie, and police say this woman was hysterical and suicidal when they showed up. she refused to drop it and that is when the officer was forced to shoot her. we understand this woman's mother called 911 saying they were threatening to kill herself and it all happened at a apartment complex early sunday morning. police tell us the woman in question is 46 years old. they say she refused to listen when an officer first ordered to drop the knife and he was forced to shoot her when she came at him with it. >> i was sitting in my house. i heard a gunshot.
said that was a gunshot. >> i saw her laying on the ground with her shirt ripped open and there was blood all right here. >> reporter: the woman is expected to survive. she had surgery at south shore hospital and she is charged with assault with a dangerous weapon. as for that police officer, police aren't saying a whole lot what is next for him, but we do know they are investigating along with state police assigned to the police an autopsy will be performed an a new hampshire man shot and killed by police. officers were called to a home in clermont. during the fight they shot and killed the man. no others were hurt. they are piecing together what led up to the shooting. tonight, donald trump and hillary clinton take the stage for the first presidential debate of the season and the latest polls have them in a
preparing for the most-watched political event in rift. >> reporter: as hillary clinton and donald trump get ready for the debate, billionaire's campaign manager is not playing down his performance. she xaid them to one of the best baseball players of all time. >> i know why the clinton camp is nervous. he has great presence. he is a brilliant debater. newt gingrich put it right. he said he is the the babe ruth of debating and shows off and swings and does a great job. >> reporter: clinton campaign manager said that you. trump lies so much that fact checking trump should be the moderator's job. >> if donald trump lies it is pointed out. unfair to ask for hill tree play traffic cop with trump. make sure that his lies are corrected and also to present her vision.
approaches to prepare. hillary clinton is staying at her home in chappaqua, new york. donald trump was still campaigning made a stop in the battleground state of virginia for a rally in roanoke. he will meet with benjamin netanahu and he has not practiced a full-length debate and have answered questions of some questions he could face and spent time brushing up on policy issues. in washington, kristen fisher, fox news. air right here on fox25. sharman sacchetti will be there to see clinton and trump face off at hofstra yoovlt. she will are a breakdown at fox25 news at 10. election night on beacon hill will be missing a lot of drama. of the 200 seats in the state legislature, more pan 70% will be run by a candidate running unopposed. in the house 116 of the 160 races have just one candidate.
nine members of the u.s. house of representatives are also running unopposed. happening today a a salem man will be arraigned for happening today a a salem man will be arraigned for shooting. jury found him guilty of murder. video showed castillo shooting steven perez in the back in 2012 after an argument in the parking lot on tremont street. family members want to focus on remembering the veteran who served two tours >> it's funny person he was. he had a heart of gold and would do anything for anybody. >> julie: two other people have been charged in connection with perez's murder and are still awaiting trial. this morning police are searching for the driver in a deadly hit and run in medford. it happened early yesterday morning on route 16 near wellington circle. state police identified the victim as 41-year-old alberto sanchez florez of somerville.
description of the vehicle. a hanover fire fighter has died one week after he was hurt during an accident. greg haas was cutting a tree branch when he fell 20 feet. his hanover fire fighters held a fundraiser to help the 30-year-old's family. >> very hard on the guys. hard off in it happened and happened to one our own, but it brings us to another level when your guy is going to the accident and treat >> haas was with the hanover fire department for two and a half years. new this morning drastic changes are being considered for the boston public school system. the superintendent is toying with the idea of getting rid of middle schools. michael henrich is live at the mission hill school in jamaica plain and michael, all because of dropping enrollment in the middle.grades. >> reporter: blair, just one the many bps schools losing kids to charters in the middle
and 8th. superintendent tommy chang is considering this move. he reportedly told the boston globe he is looking to reorganize the grade structure adding 7th and 8th grades to the high school and running elementary schools through the 6th grade. chang is quoted as looking into the weather if there is any have in the plan and he thinks the quality of education for 7th and 8th grader could get a boost due to the concentration of support services into fewer schools. grade configurations throughout its district a district that lost 2,000 middle grade students just as charter schools add a similar amount. what do families think about this possible proposal? we are working to find out. stay with us throughout the morning right here on fox25 morning news. for now i am live in jamaica plains, michael henrich, fox25 news. this morning federal
outbreak of e. coli. seven people have gotten sick range in age from 1 to 74. it is linked to adam farm slaughternow athol. they recently recalled various cuts of beef, veal and bison products. we have posted it on our web site at fox25boston.com. happening now, all 8,000 people in hamilton are being told to boil their water until further notice. water main break on friday caused low pressure or no town. the break has been repaired, but the boil advisory will remain until a lab can certify that the water is clean. the lab was closed and reopened today. the break drained the town's main water reservoir which is why it took that long to get pressure back. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. on 93 southbound right now, things still moving along nicely. a 19-minute ride from 495 to the leverett connector.
and commuters dealing with the 30s out there. i am keeping temperatures in the upper 30s for many of the burbs. a couple of lower 40s and either well need the jacket. an hour-by-hour look into your warm-up coming up. serving up gourmet food and these dishes are not meant for humans. the restaurant who is catering to a different crowd. first remembering the victims of the boston
marathon bombing. next, how a new memorial
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a special tribute for a boston marathon bombing victim. chris flanagan reports that the city of medford unveiled a unique garden to honor krystle campbell. >> reporter: a large crowd on hand including krystle's family for the krystle campbell peace garden. the garden reminds him of what made his daughter happy. >> she loved beautiful things. and, yes, i hope pele this place. >> reporter: the guard suburban located outside the medford senior center blocks away from where krystle grew up. >> i am glad the garden is finally open. >> reporter: beaming with sunflowers. ,000. four on the outside represent
linsi and sean dalier. boston mayor marty walsh attended the dedication ceremony and said today is a day of celebration. >> how does the city and the family take something that is such a tragic accident and transfer a positive outcome and that's what they are doing today. >> reporter: four memorial plaques surrounding the fountain. each family placed a white rose on top honoring their loved ones. >> i hope that they give calmness and relax and that you enjoy it, listen water and the beauty around here. >> julie: the peace garden took a year to plan and build and it is open to the public. >> blair: a beautiful place and close to where she grew up too and has more meaning to that family. >> julie: very peaceful like there were hoping. thousands of january officers plan to walk off the job if they don't get what they want. they are currently negotiating a new contract. the current one expires on
benefits and full-time opportunities. the deaf community is rallying around a hearing-impaired woman who was recently denied service at a dunkin' donuts. jessica is a regular at a framingham dunkin' donuts and uses a texting app to order through the drive through. as fox25 reported when she drove up one day she was refused service because she wouldn't use a speaker. yesterday she and several others went through the drive through ordering like a deaf person using the app. the accessibility options. >> to see -- to give them the experience of the people who work at dunkin' donuts to see what it is like when a deaf person is going to come through the drive through and how to approach that better in the future. >> julie: dunkin' donuts apologized for that initial incident saying the employee involved has been fired. 16 more women have come forward accusing a former usa gymnastic doctor of sexual abuse. according to the "indianapolis star" the alleged abuse
worked. there are at least 20 complaints. usa gymnastics cut ties when the organization president went to police after learning of the athletes' concerns. he has not been charged with a crime and denies any wrongdoing. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes taking a look the roads. we love seeing these bright green traffic flows. if anything changes we will be the first to let you know. no issue southbound. discoloration on 93 south as you approach somerville. overnight construction work that should wrap up by 5 a.m. here are your live drive times. 25 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. single digits on the expressway. 18 minutes on 893 south from andover down to the leverett connector. >> blair: i find myself digging through the closet looking for the coat. where is the thing. >> shiri: i know it is cold and dig through your kids and
between 7 and 8 a nice little jump in temperatures. sad to stay looks good from up above. the weather pattern. high pressure, clear skies. the clear mornings are always the coldest and starting off with the potential of some frost for inland towns and cities. but next weather make you you can see that is traveling across the great lakes, that will be coming in and as this comes in, it will bring us some morning rain here tomorrow. the morning commute is going to look a world of difference here for your tuesday. here cast. 6:30 temperatures on the map right now and we are still hovering in the 30s and 40s. it is not going to be a warm-up. i think by 8:00, the worst of the cold out of the way but still at noon, we are talking lower 60s. to me, that is still a jacket lunch hour here. running nice and bright and a little component of onshore winds. winds coming off the water. cold front means a couple of
of lower difficulties at the coastline and middle 60s a little further inland. mostly sunny skies all day long. probably late increasing clouds here. highs from 68 in norwood to upper 50s in lawrence and bedford and nashua, new hampshire. same in boston and beverly. 66 in plymouth and 64 in chatham. overnight we have a risk of rain and developing between 2 and 5 p.m. so if you are going to be out late, you are totally fine. temperature-wise, lower 70s will do an of rain that we will be tracking for the whole first half of the day. your rainfall forecast here. i am seeing anywhere from about a quarter-inch of rain to a half inch of rain. heaviest over southeastern massachusetts because that's where it takes the long toast kind of pass through. so at 5:00 tomorrow morning, scattered showers out there. they get a little more intense by 8 a.m. and you can see eastern and southeastern mass taking the brunt of it at 8 a.m. everything before that, just about everybody is at risk for
so you got to plan accordingly here. by lunchtime, the focus of that rain over the cape and islands. perhaps still going back to plymouth and new bedford. shortly after that, it is going to push out to sea, and what you will find points north and west of boston start to brighten up a little bit here. boston and eastern massachusetts, we are going to keep some mostly cloudy skies around. seven-day forecast for the weekend falls view. you can see it is kind of a unsettled pattern here. wednesday, mostly cloudy skies and first in the showers over southeastern massachusetts. thursday and friday as well. slight risk of a shower in there. i see a better chance for a batch of saturday rain coming through, but i am optimistic that sunday will end up drying out. we have temperatures close to 70 degrees which is pretty normal for this time of the year. but drying out as we shift into next week. that's what i am thinking right now. like blair had to hunt down his jacket this morning. i think you should hunt down the umbrella because it will come in handy. >> blair: i will need it. thank you, shiri.
as quickly as they should in the adirondacks. only expecting light change in the color of the leaves because of the warm, dry summer and they expect the area to look like fall once more frost hits the area. an iowa man risked his life jumping into floodwaters to save a deer. witnesses say the deer was getting swept away in the riff. knowing the deer would eventual r actually die, one man jumped in the water and the other two kept hold of him. he strapped the deer into his safety. >> other animals that won't be able to make it throughout flood. for us being able to help an animal, it feels pretty good. >> julie: there is the little guy. they decided to drive it out of town and then release it. >> blair: you go. royal cuple will visit canada with a visit to the rain forest. prince william and the duchess of cambridge will attend a dedication ceremony for rain
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.
classes have been cancelled through wednesday in cedar rapids, iowa as floods continue to impact the area and not supposed to stop any time soon. several thousand people have evacuated as the cedar river continues to overflow its banks. it will hit its flood stage at 24 feet. volunteers spent time filling sandbags and putting them at barriers. it flood watch throughout all of the midwest after heavy rain fell in the region. upgrades and improvements at fenway park. a fox25 reported the boston landmarks commission had four pro to put them back to the drawing board on the dugout and new seats. renovations are expected to be finished by opening day of next year. charlie baker will join the top leaders at als are he search at the statehouse to
try to find a cure and care for those. at the event a new special license plate will be announced to benefit als 1 which is a massachusetts-based nonprofit. hundreds united in cambridge to honor those lost. the walk to end alzheimer's to say they are reclaiming the future for millions suffering from this disease. >> we come here every year since she passed from this his so we just as a family come here, honor her and keep the memory alive. >> reporter: they came to honor loved ones they have lost as well as those still here, still fighting. >> my mother has been suffering from this disease for over a decade now. >> reporter: the alzheimer's walked kicked off in cambridge. the largest event to raise awareness and funds for the care, research program. >> i think a lot of people don't fully understand what it
knowledge of what exactly it does to a person. >> reporter: actress alexander sosa says she walks to raise awareness for a disease that does not discriminate. >> so many people from different areas of boston and new england today walking. >> reporter: mayor marty walsh among the 7,000 walkers. a sea of support for those who suffer and stand by their side >> the one part hard for me seeing my father having to feed his mother. >> reporter: i'm supportive stride unite >> blair: that report from kerry kavanaugh there. so many people but the impact they have is just huge. last year in walk raised more than $3 million locally. on the national level, more than $77 million. not clear what these numbers came in from for this year but the numbers are huge. >> they need to go to for research and to find some sort of cure. family in the morning after the devastating fire. the cause still under investigation. coming up this morning, new
now at 5:00, we are you off to a cold start this morning. the towns and cities with frost on the way and how long you will want a jacket. an investigation is under way this morning after a weymouth police officer shot a woman armed with a kitchen knife. >> i saw her laying on the ground with her shirt ripped open and blood all right here. >> reporter: what police s moments before they showed up here. a new england man heading home after he was lost at sea for eight days. what he was gripping on to when the coast guard found him and why searchers may have to head back out. and donald trump and hillary clinton go head to head for the first time in one of the most anticipated debates in recent history. our sharman sacchetti is in new york with a preview of what the candidates will clash on tonight. complete new england news coverage starts right now,
this is the fox25 morning news. and good morning, everybody. coming up to 5:00 now on this monday morning. it is september 26. hope your morning is off to great start. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. first monday of fall and definitely feels like it there. meteorologist shiri spear says to brace yourself for a chilly morning. she is in the fox25 storm tracker weather center with how long the cold weather sticks around. >> reporter: we have now got boston dipping into the 40s. heat. excuse me, beverly as well as plymouth 40 degrees. 42 in worcester and lawrence and 36 now in nashua. so we do have frosty concerns -- hold on [clearing throat] -- i knew i could clear my throat there. a frost advisory for inland towns and cities. and into interior southeastern massachusetts. so temperatures in the mid- to upper 30s there. we will have you not just
ration that we like to talk about. hopefully you could have had that and brought that in, 69 degrees. 45 at 10 a.m. forecast updating a little bit and 60s coming your way that afternoon. our range of high from 64 to 68 degrees basically on track where we should be this time of year. julie grauert is on track with live drive time traffic. things moving along nicely on route 1. no issues to report. 93 south. a little bit and this is overnight construction work that is a little tardy on being cleaned up. and pike moving along fine. and the live drive time. 19 minutes on 93 south. 22 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. a stage is set tonight. donald trump, hillary clinton will duke it out in what might be the most-watched presidential debate in