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be that hours before this sit-down in boston, rhode island police were searching his home in vernon, vermont and according to a search warrant, a south kingston rhode island detective writes, nathan's boat was in need of mechanical repair and nathan had been conducting a portion of these repairs upon his own volition, which could have potentially rendered his boat unsafe. the investigation revealed that nathan intended to farther offshore in a different location, than where his mother's intentions and understanding. that search in vermont shows police are seeking to hold nathan carmen criminally responsible for his own mother's death. this is the first we've scene of 22-year-old nathan carmen, as he's returned to boston on board a coast guard vessel for questioning in the mysterious sinking of his boat and the disappearance of his mother, linda carmen. the two vanished during what was supposed to be a brief fishing
island on sunday, september 18th, on board his small metal boat, the chickenpox. nathan initially told the coast guard, he did not know what happened to his mother, but that his boat took on water and sank in block canyon off the coast of new york, hundreds of miles away from block island. this is not the first time tragedy has struck nathan's family. in 2013, his grandfather was found shot to death in his home in win sore, connecticut. the -- windsor, connecticut. the case remains unsolved to this reporting that court records reveal nathan carmen was a suspect in the murder of his own grandfather. nathan carmen has aspersion syndrome. in 2011, after his horse died, he disappeared from the family's connecticut home, only to be found in virginia. in august, connecticut's governor declared august 24th missing children's day in honor of nathan carmen. linda carmen's apparent death is devastating her close friends. linda posted these pictures on facebook of their friendship
what a treasured friend. in middletown, connecticut, friends covered her home in yellow ribbons and talk of how much she loved her son and their time fishing. >> she was always so anxious to spend time with him. it's always something that she looks forward to. >> >> the reporter: now, according to that search warrant, police recovered from that home in vernon, vermont. computer equipment, a sim card and a letter written by nathan rhode island believes that all of that will support a charge of operation to endanger, resulting in the death of linda carmen. reporting live from boston, bob ward, fox 25 news. >> vanessa: and within the past hours the coast guard released the calls nathan carmen made after he was pick up by a cargo ship. fox 25's blair miller continues our coverage with that part of the story. >> blair: just listen to that
by the coast guard and in it, carmen describes what happened on the bart. myself and my mom were fishing on block canyon, and there was a funny noise in the engine compartment, i looked and saw a lot of water. when i saw the life raft, i did not see my mom. have you found her? so i got to the life raft after i got my bearings, and i was whistling and calling her. >> the reporter: carmen said he was getting some safety equipment when the boat struck out from under his feet. right now, we have a crew on the way to carmen's house in vermont. we, of course, will continue to closely follow this investigation and bring you any updates as we get them here tonight. reporting live, blair miller, fox 25 news. >> mark: also tonight, we are learning new details about the deadly crash in a west newton pizza parlor. fox 25 digging through new documents that reveal how fast the s.u.v. was going when it
more hurt. that driver is facing motor vehicle charges as well as homicide charges. >> the reporter: this paperwork here sheds light on three key facts of the case, just how fast the car was going, the force of the impact, and the paperwork says, there's no indication the driver, brad casler, did anything to warn people or to try to stop. according to these newly released court documents, brad casler was traveling 30 to 45 miles an hour over the limit in bustling downtown newton and ran a red light before slamming into a pizza restaurant, killing two and injuring seven. in this statement of facts, a witness told investigators, casler's volkswagen approached her from the north, traveling extremely fast, approximately 70 to 80 miles per hour and that she heard a wind sound asbury the vehicle passed her. when casler went barreling through the restaurant, the impact of the car was enough to move heavy commercial ovens investigators say.
stools and two sets of double blodgett pizza ovens, having a combined weight of 360,000 pounds, moving them 3 1/2 to 4 feet. this as accident reconstruction teams found no indication that the defendant applied his emergency brake or sounded his vehicle's horn to alert the people in his path. a volkswagen expert was later brought in who found at the time of the vehicle's shutdown, the vehicle measured 52 miles an hour. 32-year-old gregory moran and 57-year-old eleanor mealy from watertown were both pronounced dead at the scene that night. seven others suffered serious injuries. the district attorney's office maintains they don't -- casler's driver's license was revoked following the crash. he'll now be back in court next month. i'm heather hegedus, fox 25 news.
evening here in the city of boston, but the sun is peeking out there just a little bit. we're finally going to see some rain this week that we could really need. fox 25 storm tracker chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz is talking about a soggy few days. coming our way. >> kevin: that's a nice setting sunset coming our way. the sun may not make an appearance for a few days in boston. that whole front went by and allowed some drying to work its way on in. as it kept moving southward, we would really dry out, but now it's getting captured. the atmosphere mars a big circulation in it and coast and it locks that front right at the shoreline. now, this evening in new york city, in case you're wondering, going to be pretty fine for baseball. 70 degrees out there in the bronx, with just partly cloudy skies. back home here, the clouds will be blowing in off of the water, clouds and drizzle northeasterly winds keeping it cool, but also, bringing in the drizzle, the fog, and those clouds. not just for the morning drive, but right through the middle of the day, lingering into the afternoon as well. in fact, for a couple of days. i'll show you when we're expecting this whole system to
>> mark: a grand jury indicted a massachusetts state trooper for allegedly beating a car chase suspect in new hampshire. sky fox captured the whole thing on camera in may. trooper joseph flynn now faces two felony counts of simple assault by an on duty law enforcement officer. he's due in court next month. flynn has been on paid leave since the incident. last month, new hampshire state trooper andrew monaco pleaded guilty to three counts of simple assault. >> vanessa: a convicted killer fighting for freedom was denied parole for the third time today. ro five years in prison for the 1986 murder of a classmate in canton. matthews an sean ouellet were 14 whether matthews lured ouellet into the woods, beat him to death with a baseball bat and left his body there. prosecutors said he brought friends to see the body twice before searchers found the victim three weeks later. matthews was one of the first juveniles to be given an adult life sentence in our state. >> mark: new at 6:00 p.m., canton police are looking for tips after finding suspicious fires in an elementary school playground.
the playground at the kennedy elementary school on deadham street. no one was hurt and the students were not in danger. tewksbury police are looking for witnesses after two 12-year-old girls say a man offered to give them a ride. it happened in the area of chandler and livingston street saturday afternoon. a woman stopped to see if everything was ok, and that's when the man drove off. he's said to be in his 50's or 60's, driving a gold or brown toyota, possibly a camry. police are trying to figure out if a crime was committed. committed. >> vanessa: round one was the most watched debate in american history. 81.4 million people tuned into see hillary clinton and donald trump face off on the very same stage for the first time. so now the post-debate debate begins. who won? well, tonight, both sides claiming victory. >> we had a great, great time last night. >> it was a fascinating period of time, and i think we did very well. >> i'm excited about where we are in this country.
chance he gets. he calls us names, he calls us a third world country. >> very big important, very important important, talking about a lot of very importantly subjects, including jobs, including immigration, our military, our vets, taking care of our vets. >> >> vanessa: now the candidates are on to new hampshire. both clinton and trump will be back in the all-important granite state in the next two days. fox 25's katherine burcham spent the day talking to voters there and joins us live and katherine, a lot of people who you spoke with are still undecided, so did this deba them? >> the reporter: well, i think according to them, they still have a lot of decisions to make and in fact, the debate an all love the them said they'll be come to the sports plex on thursday to see donald trump. others will be heading to see hillary clinton and bernie sanders tomorrow at u.n.h. and both candidates they say have a ways to go to convince them they're fit to be president.
>> anything else for you? >> the reporter: -- come with a side of politics. new hampshire voters are notoriously tough to win over, living up to their first in the nation legacy. while many here now how important their vote is, they say neither candidate won it last night at the debate. >> i'm just waiting for really somebody to push me to one side or the other. >> the reporter: most agreed hillary clinton performed better on the new york stage. >> i thought hillary clinton was very well versed, as sh is. shell casings speaks very well. >> the reporter: with even registered republicans questioning donald trump's outbursts and interruptions. >> follow through when he's asked questions is not there at all. >> the reporter: we checked with city clerk's offices across the state and they tell us the debate has spurred major interest in absentee voting, with calls last night and this morning for a form to register. in manchester, 1100 applications for absentee. in nashua, 725. an on the seacoast in portsmouth, 400 so far have
office tell fox 25, they expect those numbers will ratchet up with each upcoming debate. >> i think a lot of people feel the weight of the first in the nation and it's always a politically charged state. >> the reporter: now, in new hampshire, anyone can register to vote absentee and they could submit their ballots up until the polls close on election day. workers in two city offices tell me, their numbers are set to surpass the absene 2012. live in bedford, katherine burcham, fox 25 news. >> vanessa: get ready for round two in about two weeks. the second debate is set for sunday, october 9th. it's a town hall format at washington university in st. louis, missouri. >> mark: they'll be tuning in for that one as well. fighting for his freedom. >> vanessa: a husband brutally killed his wife if a wellesley park nearly 20 years ago. the reason this convicted killer wants a new trial. >> kevin: the clouds that were here have broken up a bit before the sunset. the rain certainly has moved
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final swings at yankee stadium. tonight, with a tip of the cap to the fans, and a promise to swing to fences. big papi prepares to stay farewell to his old foes. good times. you are looking liver at the home of the evil empire, where tonight, david ortiz and the red sox a.l.s. series. what a run it's been against this rivalry. >> vanessa: it has been incredible. sports director tom leyden is in new york now for the start of this big series. tom? >> hey, it's always a special feeling when you're inside yankee stadium, but i think feeling tonight, even a little bit more special, because yes, the red sox can clinch the american league east division title, but it's mrs. david ortiz' final series here in the bronx and there is so much history between david ortiz and
players tribune, david wrote a very heartfelt piece, an open letter to the yankees fans, where he talked about the ups and downs, the fact that they boo him incessantly. he appreciates that and thrives when the yankees fans do that to him and he expects that tonight as well. >> about getting a standing ovation, whatever, basically you know it's not going to happen. probably happen, but it's not what you expect with you play football, you know, and the moon thing. can you imagine? me either. so if we happen, i'll make sure i have my cellphone in my back pocket. >> >> the reporter: yankee fans have said they're going to collectively moon david ortiz in the final series. if they're all moon, how can they take pictures. i'll have my cellphone ready as well. we'll talk more about the
reporting livality yankee stadium, tom leyden, fox 25 news. >> mark: red sox-yankees, it's a rivalry that's truly in a league of its own and noble added to the fire more than big papi. so today as tom briefly mentioned, he penned a classy open letter to yankee fans, thanking them for the memories and saying before it's all over, he hopes to blast one more homerun. over the yankee stadium wall for old time's sake. a tip of the cap to the bronx bombers and their fans. yankee fans, i got one final thing to tell you -- thank you for real. you pulled the best out of me best feelings in the world. a love-hate relationship that brought out something special in the sox slugger. a rivalry with the yankees made me who i am. the intensity of that competition is what i'm going to miss the most with i'm done. and even though the end is near, not over just yet. big papi wants to put on one last show. some players are born to be yankees, you know what i'm saying in i was born to play against the yankees. a lot of love for new york, but
his letter that was published in morning in the players tribune. he wrote, boston is not just my team. boston is my city. i consider myself a bostonnan and it's the thing i'm most proud of in the world. and of course, we say right back. we love you, big papi. don't we? the merrimack mother is a tear jerker, -- the letter is a tear jerker, but a must-read. read the entire article on our web site, fox25boston.com, it is worth your time. i also posted it on facebook today as well. a lot of people reacting to that tonight and this is a big night for us. >> vanessa: it is a huge night. >> mark: playoff series, clinch the division. >> vanessa: we hope he hits one out of the park. >> mark: hey, he's got the flare for the dramatic. >> kevin: didn't he just do this in baltimore, and tampa bay, with an argument earlier with a fan. go get 'em papi. new york city, the weather is fine. all the showers that were here were there. everything is looking pretty good. you look down the coast a bit toward the metropolitan area, there's new york and the clouds
so a nice night for them. now, they're not going to get the same effects we are from this next system, but there will be some rain that approaches them tomorrow evening for the game, so your first pitch forecast at yankee stadium tonight, about 70 degrees, a southwesterly wind under partly cloudy skies and sexual assault no threat of rain. not much of a threat of rain through the early morning hours, but by the time we get after midnight and into the morning drive, here come the clouds and drizzle blowing in off the ocean. a couple of steadier showers will be nearest the front in southeastern massachusetts. but it's going to be the drizzle, fog and will plague us much of the day. won be a lot of rain through the entire day. less than a tenth of an inch in most spots. we're not talking about drought-busting rain, but it will be a murky day coming up. low temperatures in the morning will generally be in the 50's. boston at 5 final. 60 in chatham during the afternoon, during the morning tomorrow. afternoon high temperatures are just barely going to get better. by lunch, it's still only near 60 degrees. remember that northeast wind, meteorologist jason brewer and i
that all the meteorological guidance that we look at, the computer models actually show temperatures dropping during the afternoon in many instance, especially closest to the shoreline as the cool ocean air moves in from the northeast. high temperatures may actually stop right there on the north shore. 59 ipswich to aimesbury and essex. on the south shore, we'll see a few more 60's out in this part of the state, but still not talking about upper 60's, just low, maybe mid 60's at best for you on the south shore. cape cod, same deal. in to thursday, we're stuck in it. the cloudsee the drizzle continues from time to time, you get a shower to come on by, but the general thing is, we'll be stuck in the murk in southern new england. if you're looking for some sun, go west or north, you have a better chance for it, getting away from that northeasterly wind, the onshore flow. if you're in southwest new hampshire, southern vermont, a northeast wind is coming off the land in maine, not coming in off the water, so you have drier air that settles in there. that's why you get a better chance for shine out there. but this whole situation is all
that's going to be blowing the winds from the south over the top of us. but at the ground level, it's coming from the northeast and that combination produces a good situation for lifting air, which produces clouds and produces drizzle, produces rain. it's just farther to the north, the dry air is sitting wherever sunshine. it's actually going to be beautiful in northern maine and the mountains for much of the next couple of days, particularly when you get to friday and saturday, but the same time, we expect some more organized rainshowers to move in especially friday evening d then the big bowling ball spinning around to our west, starts to release its grip on us by the end of the weekend. we expect it to dry out sunday and monday and especially tiles. it's a long ways off, so we'll see if we can do something about making that go quickly. the guidance comes in this evening. >> vanessa: take a look at the clear images of a bobcat. there are photo captured by a woman in chester, new hampshire. christina hall traverse says she walks her dog through the lane road area through the power lines and saw this bobcat during
on facebook say they've seen bobcats in that area as well very recently. >> mark: it's run down and falling apart and the state says this eye sore needs to go, so why are so many neighbors fighting to save the pink house on plum island? >> vanessa: but first, a walk to remember, brings a man to boston. the powerful reason he's walking the perimeter of our entire
>> vanessa: he's a man on a mission, walking the perimeter of the country, raising money to help homeless veterans. today, he's passing through boston. >> mark: that's where fox 25's erika richy caught up with him. this is quite an undertaking. >> the reporter: when we caught up with him, he was just passing by the boston police headquarters on tremont street. when he got to this point, he had already been walking 27 months, traveled more than his tenth pair of sneakers. you really have to meet this guy. let me introduce him to you right now. he is 54-year-old leroy bailey of virginia beach, virginia. here he is right there. in fact, in virginia beach is where he started his journey back in june of 2014. from there, he walked south to florida, west to texas, up the pacific coast, across the great lakes, and began heading south
maine, endured downtown l.a winters on the street, suffered various injuries from all of the walking that he had done, but he says it all keeps his mission fresh in his mind. eats working to raise money to -- he's working to raise money to build shelters, he calls them hope shelters for homeless veterans. >> it's ridiculous in this country we care more about animals than people and it's ridiculous that we're willing to take in refugees from other countries and house them, but we don't care about the people who served this country. that's the saddest thing in the nation. >> the reporter: so he tells me have one million people donate $10 a month to get these shelters up and running. so far, he's only at about 8400 hours. he is confident he will reach his goal and it's part of the motivation for his mission. i'll have that story on the fox 25 news at 10:00 p.m.
fox 25 news. >> mark: to battle pneumonia and everything else, live on the street for a while, tough. >> vanessa: you can say it was one tough doggone long journey. >> mark: tonight a florida family's dog is back home in jacksonville, how it ended up 1100 miles away from home in massachusetts. >> the reporter: a 400-pound safe stolen from the church and dumped across the street. >> whenever something like this happens, you
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>> mark: now at 6:30 p.m., a young vermont man rescued after a week at sea is facing a lot of questions tonight. he's now back on land, but his mother is still missing and presumed dead. fox 25 has learned nathan carmen's home has been searched by police and the hartford current says carmen, a connecticut native, was a suspect in his grandfather's unsolved murder back in 2013. >> vanessa: tonight, we're also learning new details about the deadly crash at sweet tomatoes restaurant in newton. fox 25's dug through court documents that revealed brad casler was driving 30 to 45 miles per hour over the speed limit before he ran a red light and slammed right into the pizza parlor, killing two people. according to that paperwork, there is it no indication that casler did anything to warn people or try to stop. his driver's license was revoked following the crash. casler will be back in court next month. >> mark: local church is now at the center of a criminal investigation after someone
police found that safe just feet away unopened. >> vanessa: fox 25's stephanie coueignoux says he spoke with the pastor who says he forgives whoever did this. the priest told me he is troubled by what happened, but he says whoever did this needs prayer not punishment. that crime scene tape still up after police say someone broke through some of the windows, and then climbed through. >> i think whenever something like this happens, you pause for a second, you try why, how come. >> the reporter: the priest walked us through his monday morning, telling us when he arrived here at st. nicholas, he immediately saw several stained glass windows shattered, after going inside, he realized the church's 400-pound safe was gone. we also spotted scratches on the sidewalk, where lexington police say the safe was dragged before being abandoned across the street outside this home. bob, the homeowner told us his
there until police knocked on their door. he did say his son-in-law noticed something suspicious earlier that morning. >> my son-in-law reported that when he went out to run, which was about 4:00 a.m., 5:00 a.m. in the morning, he saw a car in that no parking zone. and he thought it was strange. >> the reporter: police told us the safe hadn't been opened and it was covered by one of the priest's robes. bob says he can't imagine why anyone would break into a church and steal. >> it's terrible that he would it's terrible to do it to anybody, stadium, but for them to take it to a church, that is raising money for the community, and for their parish, it's terrible. >> the reporter: the priest says as troubling as this is, he's praying for those involved. >> you forgive with the hope that any one of us will be forgiven when we do something wrong. >> the reporter: police told me this happened between sunday evening and monday morning, and this was the only incident
have not made any arrests. in lexington, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> mark: a member of a maldin parent-teacher organization is under investigation for questionable transactions made with the funds. the forest dale pto went to police and filed the report. police are working with the woman and her attorney to go through the transactions, and see if criminal charges are warranted. the superintendent declined to comment, citing an ongoing investigation, the pto members attorney tells us no criminal happy to go over all transactions with police. take a look at the damage here after a car crashed into this local shopping plaza, hamilton police say they are investigating why the car smashed into the front of the cvs pharmacy. >> vanessa: a beautiful sunset just a few minutes ago. the sun breaking through the clouds there, after a gloomy start to the day and kevin is
coming our way. >> kevin: that sure is pretty. i had this picture sent in to me. who wants fried clams. that's a beautiful sunset. we expected that when we saw the clouds hanging around but breaks earlier in the evening and the clouds are still there. it gets cloudier the farther southeast you go. it wasn't like that all day. there was rain early this morning, that pushed off, much-needed rain, but not nearly the amount we needed. about a quarter of an inch in most spots, up to a half inch on cape cod. with that of the northwest, more clouds to the southeast and a spin in the great lakes, coming southward and keeping us locked into a weather pattern that's going to include northeast winds, blowing those clouds in over the top of us tonight and through the morning, with drizzle at times at well. going to be a soggy few days and this system finally let's go of its grip on us. >> mark: wetting answers for another family frustrated by long delays at the state medical examiners office.
his sleep two years ago, but no one would tell his mother what happened until our investigative reporter told us what happened. >> the reporter: king's family finally got the call from the medical examiners office over the weekend. his death caused by a rare lung disease and king's family said they were told he likely did not suffer. king's mother was forced to go without that kind of peace of mind for almost 20 months while she waited for answer. the 27-year-old e.m.t. from south boston suddenly passed away back in february of 2015. despite calls to the me's officer month, joanne king was told her son's autopsy report still wasn't finished. she spoke to fox 25 investigates last week after we uncovered hundreds of families in massachusetts have waited months, even years for answers. >> does it bother you to know the answer might be sitting in an office somewhere? >> it is. i believe it's sitting in the office. it's all sitting there, just waiting to get looked over, to come up with an answer. >> the reporter: and again, now,
official autopsy report in a couple of weeks. the medical examiner's office would not tell us exactly when that report was actually finished though. however, it says the delays are due to a national shortage of medical examiners, they say they just can't hire enough people to do the job. for fox 25 investigates, i'm eric rasmussen. >> vanessa: eric, thank you. a 66-year-old dover, new hampshire man has been charged with sexual assaulting a child. john fenton turned himself in ye warrant out for his arrest. fenton was released back in april and due back in court in december. police say the victim was just 12 years old and lived with the suspect. a house in brockton will be condemned after city officials found 23 cats living there in unsanitary conditions. according to the enterprise, a person who lived at the colgate road home called animal control after realizing they needed help removing all of the cats. they will be evaluated and received necessary care before eventually being put up for
island are thinking pink. fighting to save what they call a local treasure. the so-called pink house could be demolished unless a group can find a new purpose for the rundown building. as fox 25's crystal haynes tells us, the house is the source of a lot of local legend. >> when i drive by that little house, it's one of the things that makes the area so special and so unique. >> the reporter: the locals call it the pink house, and for decades, it stood vacant and blighted near the great newbury, until the parker river national wildlife refuge bought it in 2012 and now they're not sure what to do other than demolish it. the refuge says the cost to bring it up to code after years of weather and neglect would be huge. >> little kids come out to us and say it's their dream house, artists love it, and it just really is special to everyone. >> the reporter: rochelle joseph and & son started support the pink house, aimed at saving it from the wrecking ball. but the refuge under the federal
department has only given them a year to research and come up with a new purpose. >> it's what gives the police character and when we tear it down, it's gone. >> the reporter: its pink house was reportedly built out of spite in 1925 by a man divorcing his wife and it's changed hands a few times. since then and for ken richardson -- >> there's no mystery around it as far as i'm concerned. >> the reporter: the households a little less romance. he's lived across the street from it all his life. >> we were all friends out over there. >> the reporter: but his painter wife has used it as an inspiration for her artwork. arlene says that her uncle actually thought about purchasing the pink house years ago and floating it down river to their family's property, but said it was just too big a job. meantime, there's going to be a meeting held tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m., there they're going to brainstorm ideas, and get public comment.
haynes, fox 25 news. >> mark: new at 6:00 p.m., its buries redevelopment authority has a new name. >> vanessa: as of today, it's now called the boston planing and development agency. it's more than just a name change and redefined mission. the director says it all represents a cultural shift that has taken place at the agency. a homeless shelter in boston will now cater only to men. shaddock shelter in jamaica plain had been hope to men and women for more than 30 years. but the shelter decided to transition to a men only facility after determi conditions there were less than ideal for women. about two dozen women were transferred to the pine street inn last month. >> mark: there is a new call to get mbta buses on the road for late night service. it's even offering to help the t study the demand for late night service. supporter says it's important for people who work overnights, especially those in the health care industry. >> vanessa: tonight, ride share company uber says its new
uber is partnering with a startup called circulation to help get patients to their doctor's appointments. for qualifying patients the service will replace taxi vouchers. the co-founder of circulation is the chief innovation officer at boston children's hospital. >> mark: health officials in brockton hope underage tobacco use in the city will go up in smoke when new rules go into effect on friday. people will only be flavored tobacco and e-cigarettes at adult only specialty tobacco shops. >> vanessa: home sales have surged in massachusetts. analysts say this year has been spectacular for the real estate market. the warren group reports home sales are up more than 14% since january. year to date prices are up just over a% to a median sale price of $349,000, and in august, home sales spiked nearly 10%, making it the most active august in 17 years. the median sale price in august
special interests that oppose question 2 claim district schools lose money to charter schools. that's "absurd," says the boston herald. "outright lies," reports the lowell sun. charter schools "don't siphon off state dollars" from traditional schools, says the boston globe. in fact, public schools get more money. the truth is question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. please vote yes on question 2.
>> mark: a convicted killer wants a new trial, 15 years after being found guilty. disc graniter killed his wife mable while they were taking a walk in morris pon >> vanessa: robert goulston talked to one of his daughters today to says she continues to support her father. >> the reporter: everyone just couldn't believe it. >> the reporter: in the 1999 video, you can see state police securing the crime scene at morris pond in wellesley, where mable graniter was murdered by by -- by her husband. >> was really shocked that something in our town cover happened like that. >> the reporter: disc graniter was convicted and sentenced to life in prison for hitting his wife in the back of the head
throat with a pocketknife. at first he told police she was attacked in the wellesley park after he walked ahead of her with their dogs. 15 years after a jury found him guilty, he's trying to make his case to a federal judge. >> he's exhausted his remedies within the state system. >> the reporter: the convicted killer wants the federal court to hear his case on multiple grounds. former prosecutor reviewed graniter's petition for us and sales the convicted killer is trying to prove the trial attorney failed to object to certain d.n.a. evidence. >> essentially, there was a d.n.a. eer certain evidence. but did not testify at trial: the d.n.a. expert who ultimately testified at trial gave an independent opinion but based that opinion on what the first d.n.a. expert did. >> the reporter: on the phone today, one of graniter's daughters told fox 25 news, they continue to support their father and are trying to help him prove his innocence. he also says there was a problem with his jury selection back at the trial, because it wasn't
the media. he's currently serving his life sentence without parole at mci norfolk. >> mark: happening tomorrow, after 24 years, a break in the murder case of a massachusetts teacher. the 1992 unsolved kidnapping and death of the woman in agawam was one of the first cases bob ward ever profiled in his new england unsolved series. prosecutors say they will announce a significant development in the case in a news conference tomorrow. we will be there and we'll update you on >> vanessa: a letter showing gangster al capone's softer side fetched a hefty price at auction. we told you about the letter going up for auction in cambridge on friday. in it capone wrote to the sun, signing it, love and kisses, your dear dad. we've learned that letter sold for $62,000 to an anonymous collector from chicago. it had been expected to fetch $50,000. >> mark: a dog is finally preunited with his own after an 1100-mile journey home.
enclosure in jacksonville, florida a month ago. a month later, the animal control officer found him roaming around in swansea. she got a volunteer pet transport service to help get him home. more than two dozen people drove an hour, handing apollo off from one volunteer to the next. his owner believes in the end that he was stolen. >> kevin: i'm going to be standing right in the middle of this. let me get can see the beautiful sunset we have going on to the west of boston, really in boston as well it's pretty, i like it, because you may not see it the next couple of days. 65 degrees, the temperature right now. dew point at 60. it is muggy out there and winds, already from the east, they'll be from the east and northeast tonight and that's going to be an important part of this forecast. your dinnertime temperatures, 72 in norwood and 70 in bedford. with that humidity out there, feels just a little warmer too. it's a nice evening actually. rainfall earlier today, i don't like to just show you numbers
average for the month. ok. only by a tenth of an inch, but still, that's something good to think about, considering the drought situation we've been in. still ten inches plus below normal in boston even after getting .22 inches from the rain that came by this morning. the rain is well offshore. nothing happening in southern new england as far as rainfall. but the clouds are there. you saw those with the sunset, there are a mixture of clouds and clear sky out there. off to the northwest, there's this system, the spin in the atmosphere, we call this a cutoff area to the upper part of our atmosphere, it's spinning around, going to spin around to the southwest of us. but the importance of that is and you know we talk about the jet stream and how storms move along with it. this becomes part of the jet stream. and it actually circulates the air from the south, back northward toward us. but up above us, at the ground level, we have those east to northeasterly winds and that combination produces this. an onshore flow with clouds coming on in. sure, it's warm up above, but down below, it is keel, and that cool air settling on in here
morning, into the middle of the day tomorrow, even a few heftier showers in southeastern massachusetts and through dinnertime tomorrow evening. but there's more. hour-by-hour in worcester, staying cloudy. temperatures in the 50's with some drizzle or showers during the morning. no heavy rain, but some drizzle and pesky rain really. staying in the low 60's tonight in boston, with those rainshowers and drizzle moving in, in the morning. cape cod, same idea for you. drizzle, perhaps a little heavier shower for you in some spots during the morning. it will be breezy from the northeast your lunchtime temperatures, only near 60 degrees into the 60's in southeastern mass. matching your water temperatures essentially with that northeast wind. stuck in it through thursday morning, same idea. watch how far the dry air sinks southward into western panned northwestern new england. even trying to get into worcester county. it's possible, it's really going to depend on where that spin to our west actually sets up shop. and the latest information has it a little mattresses to the west, which would be good for
swings the next front toward us, the more substantial rain is potentially in the offing as well. and we're zeroing in on friday night into saturday morning for that potential and you see it here. we have it at 40% chance. we have to see where that thing sets up before we can raise those chances, but friday night to saturday, we get a good soaking around here and then the whole system will start to spin out of gas. by this weekend and into early next weekend, that's when we return to sunshine. updated time 10:00 p.m. >> tom leyden live outside the bronx. david price is on the hill. david ortiz beginning his final series here in the bronx against the new york yankees. we'll talk about all. can they get it done tonight and
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>> hi everybody. tom leyden with you live live in the bronx the red sox one win or one blue jays loss away from clinching the american league title and it happens to be david ortiz final series. ortiz so busy with so many obligations he didn't take batting practice on the field. he may have taken batting practice under the concourse but he understands the significance of the rivalry, what it means to hill and the yankees fans who will give him a rousing boo as
as i know, when you're a hero, you're a hero, you know, not too many guys get to be both. you're either a hero or a villian and in this thing, you get to be a little bit of both. you're never going to have everyone cheering for you, you're not going to make everyone happy. i'm so happy and glad that i have been a part of it. >> the reporter: there is a division title to be won. the red sox the hottest team in baseball, they have the best record in the american league, tonight. a lot of anticipation for what they hope is a division-clinching win. >> resiliency. whether we've been up, or down, we've been playing against a lot of tough teams. we've been doing it a lot of different ways -- pitching, hitting, base running, timely defense, i think doing all those things, it all adds up, and hopefully, the formula for that is winning. >> the reporter: david price is
red sox. he doesn't talk on the day that he pitches, but i did talk to a guy who was going to catch him, sandy leone, he tells me what has set david apart over the last few weeks. >> they've been working the offseason to get to this point, like one more game to go to, really exciting. >> the reporter: red sox and yankees after a moment of silence for jose fernandez will get going tonight at 7:08 p.m. let's get you caught up with the the new england patriots were back on the practice mound today and garoppolo and jimmy brissett were at practice. bill belichick content what he has under center, garoppolo or brissett will be ready to go on sunday for the game against the bills. >> we have a lot of good players on the team, so you know, we're excited to get to work this week, and you know, get ready. >> no matter who is at quarterback, everybody else, we
life a little easier. >> who will be your quarterback this weekend? >> i don't know. ask the coach. that will be up to him. >> the reporter: anticipation in the air in the bronx. some people hoping red sox get it done. all the brass is here, all the ownership group is here. hopefully we'll be bringing a accept operation on fox 25 news at 10:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. the story from outside yankee stadium, reporting live, tom leyden, fox 25 >> mark: we'll be here, they have to do their part of the bargain. >> vanessa: it's a big night. >> kevin: and the weather is cooperating. i want to give you the forecast for yankees stadium. tom, no worries. they're going to play ball. tomorrow night becomes more anxious. seven-day forecast, shows that we are stuck in it all week long. a little sun peeking out behind the clouds only because north a little sun peeking out behind the clouds only because north and fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 100 meg internet.
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