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shooting. a picture released that show moments before it happened. hillary clinton and her formal rival head to new hampshire. the message senator bernie sanders is help her spread about college education. complete new england news coverage starts right now, this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good wednesday morning, everyone, 4:30 on september 28. i am julie grauert. >> daniel: i am daniel miller. meteorologist shiri spear is in the storm tracker weather center right now with a look at drizzle, shiri and cool temperatures on the map. >> shiri: what we have right now is mostly dry conditions showing from satellite and radar. we have got a lot of clouds and a couple of patches of rain. the nais doesn't do a great job at showing up on radar so i am getting reports of that misty, kind of damp feel along the coastline. more significant and still light showers out toward charlton, spencer, worcester
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little batch of rain. kind of a soggy day ahead and this is the pattern we are stuck in for the upcoming week. 60 degrees in boston. it is cloudy out there. upper 50s as well and temperatures in the city will drop into the upper 60s. by noontime, 57. tracking down the potential for patchy drizzle all day long here and will get pretty gust the afternoon at 3 p.m. at 56 degrees and gusts up to 30 miles per hour. and at 7:00 this evening, about 55 degree of all locations, i do see the dry spot being the inland towns and cities seeing a couple of breaks in the clouds. wettest along the coast and down across the cape. i will break down those hour-by-hour winds. julie is back with live drive time traffic. >> julie: nice and quiet on the roads, shiri. few hours before they cool down. pike wide open. expressway clear. 13 minutes on route 1 from 128
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20 minutes on 93 south. 23 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 to the weston tolls. new morning, one person is dead following a late night crash in leominster. it happened shortly after 11:00 on route 190 south. state police say it involved one suv and the driver was the only person killed. there were no other injuries and investigators spent much of the overnight trying to figure out what caused the crash. all lanes on the highway are now back open. a home in vermont this morning after being rescued by the coast guard. he was stranded on a life raft for days when he left rhode island on his boat for a fishing trip. this morning, there are still many questions what happened out at sea. the big one, of course, is what happened to the man's mother who was also on board. fox25's michael hen rich is live in boston. police took some items from that man's home for their investigation. >> reporter: that return search warrant show that
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computer equipment, a sim card, and a hand-written letter written by nathan himself. so many questions do remain from exactly how that boat sank some 10 or 11 days ago to new information about his return here to dry land at the coast guard station in boston. and, of course, what is in this search warrant here executed here earlier this week at his home in vermont. want to show that you video you first saw here on fox25 nathan carmen stepping off a coast guard vessel. again, this was here in boston yesterday morning. after more than a week lost at sea. vermont sheriff deputy and in south kingston rhode island police though did execute this search warrant at his vernon vermont home. neighbors in vermont tell fox25 the house does not have electricity and officers used flashlights to look throughout
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kingston rhode island police detective wrote that nathan carmen's boat named the chicken box was in need of mechanical repair and his boat might have been unsafe and nathan meant to go fishing back on september 17 further away than miss mother linda understood. nathan claims the boat sank the next day. a freighter found nathan in a life raft this past sunday. his mother is presumed dead and the coast guard released this audio reg canyon and there was a funny noise in the engine compartment. i looked and saw a lot of water. when i saw his life raft, i did not see my mom. have you found her? >> no, we -- we haven't been able to find her yet. >> so i got to the life raft after i got my bearings and i
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looking around, and i didn't see her. >> reporter: so many questions remain. and with lawyer present, coast guard investigators met with nathan for at least four hours yesterday before he returned to vermont. now little bit about nathan's history. back in 2011, nathan set off a multistate search after vanishing. and in 2013, his grandfather was shot to death in his windsor, connecticut home. that case remains unsolved and the nathan was indeed a suspect. as of now nathan carmen has not been charged with any crimes this live in boston, michael henrich, fox25 news. police outside san diego are investigating a deadly officer-involved shooting. protesters surrounded police as they taped off the scene yesterday afternoon el cajon. the two officers involved were responding to reports of a man
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he was facing back and forth with his hands covering something in his back pocket. you can see the suspect with his arms stretched out in direction of an officer but unclear what the suspect is holding. one of the officers reacted by using his taser. the other shot the suspect. both officers have more than 20 years' experience and have been placed on administrative leave while the incident is being investigated. rate now police are not saying what the object was. the race to the white house heads to new hampshire th m joins democratic nominee hillary clinton in durham. the two will discuss their shared belief on college education. they believe the cost of school should not be a passenger for i didn't know who wants an education. donald trump will make a visit to the granite state tomorrow. for 90 minutes i watched her very carefully. and i was also holding back. i didn't want to do anything to embarrass her. >> julie: donald trump
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performance against hillary clinton. he made his first campaign stop since the debate in florida yesterday. the republican nominee told supporters in melbourne he was the winner of the first debate with democrat hillary clinton and since the debate he has raised $18 million. trump is campaigning in wisconsin today. and investigating an arson at a local wal-mart. someone started a fire at the wal-mart in sturbridge last night. the fire started before 4:30 and was put out fairly quickly. equipment was brought in to clear smoke from the building. as of last night, it is unclear if the store can reopen this morning. we are sending out a reporter to get the latest information. the fbi is not saying much about a nighttime raid at this home in quincy. our cameras as you can see spotted agents searching a home on quarry street. they processed a computer -- possessed that computer and searched one vehicle outside the home.
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federal investigation. we have calls out to the u.s. attorney's office for more information. a wellesley man who killed his wife 15 years ago says he deserves a new trial. he stabbed his wife while the pair were out for a walk. the defense taking issue with dna evidence. the person that testified in court is not the person that testified on dna. there will be a federal hearing on the case tomorrow. details this morning about the deadly sweet tomato the crash killed seven people and seven others were badly hurt eating at the pizza shop. according to court documents, the driver was driving 70 to 80 miles per hour when he ran a red light and barrelled through the restaurant. the impact was enough to move a pair of still have pizza o version ens that together weigh close to 4,000 pounds. accident reconstruction teams found in indication that kasler applied the emergency
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he is due back in court next month. a jury in maine finds the driver of a deadly hay driving accident not guilty. they acquitted him of the crash that killed a 17-year-old girl. prosecutors said they should have known the brakes on the jeep towing the hayride to be bad. the failure force it to roll down the hill. a mechanic where it happened is charged with rec out who broke into a lexington church. the thieves smashed several of the stainedglass windows at orthodox church sunday night. the thief stole a 400-pound safe but didn't get far. the church's priest said he will be praying for whomever is involved. >> you forgive with the hope that any one of us will be forgiven when we do something wrong. >> no word yet on the total cost of the damage.
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island are thinking pink. they are fighting to save giant pink house that neighbors consider a local treasure. the house could be demolished unless the group can find a new purpose for the rundown building. fox25's crystal haynes tells us this morning the house has quite a few stories behind it. >> when i drive by that little house, it is one of the things that make the area so special and so unique. >> reporter: the location call it the pink house, and for decades, it stood vacant and glided near the national wildlife refuge bought it in 2012 and now they are not sure what to do other than demolish it. the refuge says the cost to bring it up to code will be huge. >> little kids come up to us and say it is their dream house. artists love it and it is really just special to everyone. >> rachel joseph started to support the pink house aimed at saving it from the wrecking
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u.s. fish and wildlife department has only given them a year to research and come up with a new purpose. >> it's what gives the place character and when we tear it down, it's gone. >> reporter: the pink house was reportedly built in 1925 by a man divorcing his wife and it has changed hands a few times since then. and for ken richardson -- >> there is no mystery around it as far as i am concerned. >> reporter: the households a little less romance. he lived across the street from it for all his life. w would hang out over there. >> reporter: but his wife arlene. >> this one is neat because of a t id. >> reporter: used it as inspiration for her artwork. >> it has always been there. >> reporter: reporting from newbury, crystal haynes, fox25 news. >> daniel: a meeting to brainstorm how this save the house and get the public to weigh in. we are tracking traffic and weather every ten minutes. 93 south if you were headed out the door, shouldn't have too much trouble.
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down to the zakim bridge, shiri. . >> shiri: normal high temperatures this time of year up to 68 degrees. today and the rest of the workweek, we will hove r close to 60. the cause behind this cool, damp and cloudy forecast coming up next. you can say his head is in the clouds. coming up new at o'clock, elo n musk reveals his new plans to put people on mars. we are hearing from a
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the police headquarters in charlotte, north carolina is now reopened after a bomb square. the building was evacuated last night when a suspicious package was discovered inside the headquarters. charlotte police say a took a bomb squad robot more than three hours to safely remove the package. the scare comes while city dealt with protests involving a police-involved shooting. no word yet if the package was a bomb. the community gathered in charlotte to remember the life of a man k keith lamont scott's place was a place for activists, familiar will he and friends to lay flowers. the shooting death of scott sparked days of protest in charlotte that sometimes turned violent. one of scott's neighbors organized the vigil hoping that everyone will find peace. >> we need to search our hearts to see if we still have anger. to see if we still have frustration. if we still have biases against one another. >> julie: police say they
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his family and protesters do not believe he had a weapon during the encounter. friends and family gather to remember a life lost during the protest. dozens of people attended yesterday's vigil to call for peace within the community. a man confessed to shooting carr during the protest. the victim of a pulse is looking for an audit of the one orlando fund, $25.9 million was scheduled distributed yesterday, but one victim is asking for temporary hold on the money to make sure it has been handled well before it is sent to nearly 300 claimants. the pulse night club shooting is the worst mass shooting in recent u.s. history. here we go out on the roads where we check traffic and weather together every ten minutes. things quiet on the expressway as you head north of the pike. route 1, 93 south looking good. as you get ready to head out the door, make it to your destination on time.
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times, 23 minutes on the pike eastbound from 49 to mass avenue. 9 minutes on the expressway. 19 minutes on 93 south as you head from andover down to the zakim bridge. 4:47 right now. meteorologist shiri spear joins us. she is tracking more rain in the forecast. >> a commute like yesterday morning which was not as problematic. >> shiri: not as steady and damp and foggy and a situation where fog can develop a little bit later than usual and might not start until 7, 8, 9:00 city. soing so we will have to watch basically ongoing today. chance for rain is out there, my friends. it will be in the form of drizzle and pretty decent risk you are going to see it. tomorrow i think it will be a little patchier and not stretch inland quite as much. friday and saturday, watching not just drizzle but pockets of steadier rain which is good news. but if you are stuck and a little sick of the pattern that we are stuck in, then all apologies.
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the northeast flow is going to drive the clouds and fog and kind of dank forecast through the day today. straight through noontime you can see that we have green on the map and light rain expected to form, to continue to basically into the afternoon. eastern massachusetts going to tend to run a little bit wetter where you get outside of that reach of the northeast wind. spots like fitchburg or keene. probably a couple more thin spots and drizzle in those locations straight into the evening commute this is something to keep an eye on. and in boston 61 degrees. 13-mile-per-hour winds coming off the northeast and it is going to be a breezy day. keep that in mind. a look at the winds in just a moment and i have got drizzle developing not necessarily only at 10:00 or at noontime today. this is an all-day feature that we are going to have an eye on. look at those temperatures going down here. in the lower 60s. expected to drop in the upper
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hover through the afternoon. by tomorrow, down to a couple of degrees down to 57. a cooler day and you are dressing for temperatures that you feel for the rest of the day. you have sustained winds between 10 and 20 miles per hour. strongest at the coast and the cape. but these are the winds that are going to be gusting closer to 30 miles per hour during the day. so that is a noticeable rain. you will feel a little windblown if you were out there today. afternoon temperatures go down to 57 in boston and beverly. 57 in lowell and mayna westborough. 53 in worcester. 58 in milford, new hampshire. 57 in foxborough and we get into 60s. in the 60s now and probably will hang tight in marshfield, plymouth, bridgewater down across the cape and islands and my hot spots for today. tonight, lower 50s are back in most towns and city. still make a run at some patchy drizzle. i feel like a broken record here and even during the day tomorrow. i mentioned i am expecting a little less tomorrow.
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in bedford, lawrence and fitchburg with lower 50s. still upper 50s in boston and some of the cloudier occasions up and down the coastline are the more probable locations to see that continue through your thursday. friday comes along and we have steadier bouts of rain. 6 degrees your high temperature. not much changing temperature-wise until we get to the weekend and you can see over the weekend, i have got some steadier rain on saturday. about a 60% chance we are going to g that looks to me to the be wetter of the two days. temperatures will go up slightly. a few showers and might just amount for a couple more drizzle. pattern breaks on monday afternoon as we tart to brighten up and get up to 7 degrees and we finally -- finally got a sunny day in the seven-day forecast next tuesday. 67. back to you. >> julie: all right, shiri. proposing to your girlfriend is not scary enough try do it in front of tens of
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this man right here has been walking around the perimeter of the united states for two years and he isn't done yet. he carries a 42-pound backpack and on his 10th pair of sneakers all for a cause close to his heart. fox25's erika richie got to talk to him as his journey to help the homeless brought him here to boston ? put one foot in front of the other ? ? and soon you will be walking -- [ laughter ] exactly, yeah. last two years walking the perimeter of the united states likely yo bailey has. >> over 10,500 miles. >> reporter: would you need a pick me up and a good laugh from time to time. >> sprained my ankle. stress fracture in both of my feet. lost my back pack in san francisco. someone stole it. lost my wallet in san diego. had to wait ten days for my wife to mail me my id. broke my glasses ? my soul ? ? my savior god indeed ?
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the ones he said sent him on this mission. >> god said if i want to build hope around america i needed to walk around america. >> reporter: that's what he been doing when he left his home in 2014 to bring awareness for holistic shelters for homeless veterans across the country. >> we don't give them education and help, how are they ever going to get off the street. i want them to have space. their identity. like they are >> reporter: sometimes he gets to share that with strangers or news reporters. >> i don't know if i can just do this. at some point i would have to change my shoes. >> oh, definitely. >> reporter: to join him for a time along the way. >> i hope people go to the web site and donate as they hear my story. >> reporter: erika richie, fox25 news. the goal of the school to give 1 million people to donate $1 a month to build hope centers across the country. he has strict orders by his
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>> daniel: i think that can happen but the stories from virginia to here, unbelievable. >> julie: years of traveling really for a great cause. >> daniel: nice job. a mystery at sea. the investigation continues what happened to a young man and his missing mom. coming up at 5:00, what police were looking for during a late-night search of his home and how it is connected to a criminal investigation. a manatee recently rescued off the coast of cape cod is pregnant. why a even think this was possible after 40 years of making soup at progresso, we've learned chicken is king. and so we're now using 100% antibiotic and hormone free
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to the deadly gunfire. big papi strikes out ending the red sox winning streak, but that was not the only drama at yankee stadium last night. >> the ring dropped and they could not find it. >> that whole section is looking for the ring. oh, my. >> that is something that i would do, lose the ring. you know i have a habit -- and i can't tell you how many cell phones >> gene: boyfriend gets down on one knee and loses the ring tampa.has a happy ending. where the diamond ring was found coming up. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us on this wednesday morning, it is september 28. hope your morning is you off to a great start. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: i am sara underwood. track down an umbrella this morning and a jacket.

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