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a new picture released by police late last night that showed the moment leading up to the deadly gunfire. and big papi strikes out ening the red sox winning streak and 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. >> julie: uh loses the ring. how does this happen? a happy ending when that diamond is found coming up. our team of reporters across the area giving us the big story. whenever you are proposing to somebody wearing a team shirt like that, maybe it is an
at 6:00, it is wednesday, september 28, i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. a drizzly, cool day ahead and the rain isn't gone either, and with doe need it. check in with meteorologist shiri spear from the fox25 stormtracker weather center. >> shiri: yeah, i have to say it is not going to be an all-day rain. it is not going to be for everybody. that patchy drizzle that is going to form and pesters us for the next couple of days. that is who we are watching out for. right now mostly cloud under the radar coastline but 60 in boston. 61 in plymouth. and upper 50s up into nashua, new hampshire. worcester at 65 and lower 60s over the cape. also watching for some fog. it is good to see that worcester is showing some improvement because we have quarter-mile visibility a little while ago and a situation where fog might not develop until later this morning. boston is going to be sagging
temperature ranging from 56 to 62. that's it. julie grauert is back with live drive time traffic. a check of the accident. >> reporter: new accident on route 3 as you approach the braintree split. overall volume still manageable but if that doesn't clear quickly will increase those drive times. north of the pike route 1, 93 south looks fine and the accident in east boston should be cleared out on route 1 a. you can see volume still moderately light on the zakim bridge and leveret times. 13 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 30 minutes on 93 south. 22 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. a new england man rescued at sea and is now being questioned about the disappearance of his mother. the vermont man arrived on dry land yesterday after spending a week floating on a life raft. >> he and his mother went out for a fishing trip and she never returned, and last night police spent several hours searching his home.
in boston with why this young man is being looked at so closely, michael. >> reporter: because they still want to find out exactly what happened out at sea. this mystery at sea has already taken many turns from the initial search to find nathan carmen and his mother to nathan's return to the guard station here in the north and this, the search warrant executed at his vermont home. before nathan carmen stepped coast guarde in boston than a week lost at sea, vermont sheriff deputies in south kingstonride police seemed his home. neighbors looked on. no electricity in the house. and actually were in there searching the property with the flash lights for hours. and they were also searching the truck out here. >> reporter: in the search warrant a south kingston,
mechanical repair, might have been unsafe and nathan meant to go fishing far away from where his mother understood. he and his mother, linda, left a rhode island port on december -- september 17. he told the coast guard that his boat sank the next day. they found him in a life raft with food and water. the coast guard released this recording. >> me and my mom went fishing a funny noise in the engine department. i looked and i saw a lot of water. when i saw the life raft, i did not see my mom -- have you fountain 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 was whistling and calling and looking around. and i didn't see her. >> the coast guard says linda
presumed dead. the coast guard investigators spoke with nathan carmen for at least four hours with his attorney present. yesterday here at the coast guard station. nathan has not been charged with any crime. a little history about nathan's family in 2013, his grandfather was found shot to death in his connecticut home. that case remains unsolved. and the hartford courant shows at one time a suspect. michael henrich, fox 25 news. new this morning, state police are investigating a deadly car crash in leominster ha happened on route 190 south. the driver of a suv has died. one lane was closed as police investigating the crash. there were no other cars involved and no other injuries reported. the victim's name has not been released and we examine an update some time today.
crash in east boston where a car hit a pole on mcclellan driveway. the driver was trapped inside the vehicle and rescue crews arrived and reportedly had serious injuries. several lanes were shut down while police were investigated. we are following developing news out of california where another deadly police shooting is sparking protest. this happened in the suburb of san diego and police have already released a picture showing what happened. daniel miller is showing the latest development for us. good morning. >> the victim is 911 calls claim he was acting erratically behind a restaurant in el cajon and the responding officer said he was trying to tase the man when he pulled ot an object from his pocket and stood in a shooting stance. police releasing this still picture of the incident. it shows the victim pointing what looks like a gun at the officers. it is still unclear if the man was armed, but investigators
outside about 200 people gathered outside police headquarters demanding answers. protesters also gathered at the scene earlier in the day. police did not release the name of the victim because they are still waiting to notify the family. the chief is hoping to be as transparent as possible and calling for calm. both officers involved have been placed on administrative leave pending the investigation and the picture that police released was a full video clip and reportedly shows the entire incident. police are not releasing it at the time. the newsroom, michael henrich, fox25 news. the race for the white house heads to new hampshire. vermont senator bernie sanders joins nominee hillary clinton in durham to discuss their shared beliefs on college education. they believe the cost of schools should not can a barrier for anyone who wants an education. donald trump will make a visit to the granite state tomorrow.
very carefully -- for 90 minutes i watched her carefully. i was holding back. i didn't want to do anything to embarrass her. >> gene: donald trump existing his debate performance against hillary clinton. he made his first stop since the debate in florida. he told those in melbourne that he was the winner since his campaign has gotten $18 million. former israeli and nobel peace prize winner shimon peres is dead at the age of 93 . doctors said he died in tel aviv after having a stroke earlier in the month. he serveed as both israel's prime minister and president and credited with being one of the founders of the modern jewish state. he shared a nobel peace prize for his work in 1994. president obama, the clintons, pope francis and prince charles will all be attending his funeral on friday. party is on hold for
the red sox decision to clinch the came at 1. david price on the mound against the yankees in new york. place trouble with the long ball. 6th inning a shot to right, over and out. yankees up 4-2. fourth inning, sox tie it up. driving home jackie bradley jr. and ties the game at 4. in the bottom of the 7th, another home run for the yankees off price this time. first baseman tyler austin. yankees win it 6-4. >> reporter: the story of two davids, david ortiz 0-5 and david -- three runs. >> for the season, it is unacceptable and far from scoring four runs, struggle and haven't been the case a lot of times this year.
not a concern in terms of how we go forward from here. >> but play 162; however, it turns out we are confident in our group. >> reporter: the red sox will give it another shot on wednesday. the magic number remains 1. they are five up with five to play. the latest for new york, tom leyden, fox25 news. good news from patriots camp. jimmy garappolo and jacoby brissett were both on the field. shoulder injury and jacoby brissett hurt his thumb in last week's win. the patriots have not signed another quarterback to these two guys will be ready to go one week from today at gillette stadium. we traffic weather and traffic every ten minutes. up to 34 minutes from 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. shiri. >> reporter: temperatures from 56 to 52. developing drizzles will stick with us through the evening
i have a look at the temperatures in your town coming up and when you are going be in the thick of that drizzle. still to come on the fox25 morning news, a fire breaks out at a local wal-mart and police are calling it harrison. the troubling video from inside that store that investigators are taking a closer look at. an adorable dog swiped from the sidewalk and all
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6:14. new this morning the mother of a little trash bag on a local beach now plans to testify against her ex-boyfriend. stearns for rachel bond says testifying against michael mccarthy is the only thing she lives for at this point. bond's daughter, bella, was found on deer island in june of 2014. mccarthy kill the child and they put the body in the refrigerator for a few days before dumping her in the ocean.
accessory. dirk ridige r stabbed his wife while the two were out for a walk. the person who testified in court was not the person that tested the dna. the scientist's testimony was based off of someone else's test. a federal hearing on the case tomorrow. haverhill police are investigating an apparent dognapping. jennifer cabrera and her two kids say their family dog bella disappeared on monday and they have the whole tng their surveillance camera caught a man picking bella from a sidewalk and handed it to someone in a car. the car drove off and cabrera said they haven't seen bella since. . >> i was shocked because someone could creep up, and take the dog. >> sara: a she thinks the man who handed the dog off was tricked by the people in the car and doesn't believe that he is involved in the dognapping.
about bella's whereabouts to give them a call. the dog on the south coast was reunited with his mother after a 1 100-mile journey home disappeared from his closure. an animal control operator in swansea found him going around and found a microchip and a volunteer pet transport to get him home. two dozen people each drove an hour handing apollo off from one volunteer to the next. made it overnight stay in virginia. a manatee off the coast of cape cod is pregnant. the rescue group thought the manatee was male and obviously that wasn't the case. the team of vets at mystic, connecticut proved it otherwise. the marine mammal staying at the aquarium until it could be brought to florida and released into the wild. great place to raise a
wonderful. the winters are bearable. a nice location. i mentioned it last time in the last report on union street. overall volume not taking a huge hit here from this accident. as we shift north, route 1 looking okay. a little bit of volume building around the cloverleaf as you head down 93 past 18. a live look at the zakim where things are moving nicely over the zakim and leverett connector. 13 minutes from 228 to the 38 minute on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 2 minutes on the expressway from the braintree -- 22 minutes from the freeway from the braintree to the pike. going back to that pregnant manatee. in the wild you won't know but in captivity. name it down something down on the cape like brewster. >> julie: a voting contest and that will be cool and
that. in any event shiri is here to talk about the weather. and a driz-mal sort of thing. >> i like that dreary and dismal and dreary all in one. i like that. driz-mal. i will use that all morning. a quarter inch of rain yesterday. and keep in mind that we have a rainfall deficit in boston and not just for the month but for the year. 10 inches of rain in boston. 8 worcester. so, yes, yesterday we got significant rain and gene is right, this driz-mal pattern the neck couple of days. today with that drizzle. rain totals are not going to be all that special. generally speaking less than a 10th of rain. i am hopeful that we get steadier rain showers on friday and saturday of this
this pattern for the next couple of days. the map that i will be showing you for the next few. winds off the water that are driving that really moist flow and causing the clouds, the drizzle, the possible fog to just persist here from time to time. at 8:00 this morning, you can see that we do have green on the map. that is going to go along with that patchy drizzle. so far most of are you cloudy and dry and oftentimes the drizzle will sneak under radar and we end up with these misty conditions. every single second of the day but do want to keep in mind every single second of the day in eastern massachusetts. keep those umbrellas on hand. some of those drizzly times and taken to areas like worcester and southward. north of that i will favor a mostly dry forecast in areas like fitchburg, up into southern new hampshire. and we have the hopes of getting a couple of breaks in the clouds. boston, eastern mass, sorry to stay you guys are stuck. plymouth at 61 degrees.
lower 60s because that's where you sit for the rest of your day. your drizzle chances as the day goes on somewhere like keene. this is likely going to be one of my drier spots at 49 degrees right now. do you get a little bit of a warm-up. we bump you up to 60 in the afternoons. high temperatures in baby-sitter -- afternoon temperatures are at your high right now. fall back into the upper 50s. we have 60s over southeastern massachusetts. we have drizzle reaching into eastern and central massachusetts and we rewind, we repeat tomorrow, probably a little less drizzle but still 60, mostly cloudy and dreary. friday and saturday a few steadier showers. sunday a couple of lingering showers that start to warm up but not until next week back to 70 on monday and brighten up by tuesday. back to you. still to come on the fox25 morning news. a local mother says her 11-year-old son was shoved by a town football coach. now only on fox25 this morning, she claims that coach is still on job. what she wants done so that
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. you know what they say. happy wife. happy life. a new study says -- >> gene: yep. >> sara: that is true after all. happy people actually make their spouses healthier. the study found that people with a positive outlook usually exercise more and eat better. happy couples are less stressed because they don't have to worry if their partner is in a bad mood. and julie, this research doesn't -- >> research could apply to our next story about a marriage proposal during the red sox, yankees game took a bit of an embarrassing turn. the video. the groom last the ring while popping the question. he opened the box and it just wasn't there. he was mortified and his girlfriend was shocked and fans nearby started searching for the ring. of course they are zooming in. the announcers giving the play-by-play and the entire section is taking part in the
>> yeah! yes! yes! [cheering] >> julie: cheers all around. the ring had fallen out of the box and got stuck in the cuff of his girlfriend's genes. with ring in hand he wasn't messing up the second chance. he said yes and ever the game, the couple was all smiles everyone was so nice in helping us, like, they -- it almost felt like they all felt the thing that i did. >> a sense of felt. the couple's first time at yankee stadium. so embarrassing. i want to close my eyes. >> julie: do gentleman take out insurance on ring. it can fall off your pocket. it is normal to take out insurance. >> gene: glad caught on her
pause if it was on the ground, the sticky. >> julie: hope the marriage will lost longer than five second because of the five-second rule. if a guy is wearing a game shirt proposing to you -- >> sara: a kind of cheese. >> julie: yes, it is. >> gene: i don't know. romantic dinner, candlelight. >> sara: that is norm tool too, gene. >> gene: that normal. that is not. >> julie: try hold on to the ring is what shiri is getting at. >> shi there. temperatures staying cool. hover around 3 for the end of the week. i will break down the drizzly times in there next. umass a planning a mayor times in there next. umass a planning a mayor overhaul ? keep on smiling with dunkin's delicious reese's peanut butter doughnut square. frosted with chocolate and filled with reese's peanut butter buttercream. taste the fave you crave today.
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lowly there today. temperature is cool as you were saying. not cold, but a little drizzly and all that stuff. >> sara: and cooler than it is right now. >> shiri: all relative. you step outside and feels like a mild stretch of the day, but you consider it is not going to warm up and a little cooler and starting to feel cool. boston at 60 degrees. a lot of upper 50s this morning in brockton and scituate over to ipswich, burlington. framingham currently central massachusetts mid- to upper 60s. 55 in worcester. 59 in pepperell and 57 in windham, new hampshire. not much showing on radar. you may find mist. mostly cloudy skies this morning and lower 60s in plymouth and brewster. middle 60s in sandwich. temperature-wise, boston now at 60. i expect it to drop into the upper 50s there and then get stuck this afternoon. at noontime, patchy drizzle. something we will be watching
day. 56 degrees at 3 p.m. it is going to get breezy as well. so winds are going to gust close to 30 miles per hour. even this evening at 7 p.m., 55 degrees with that drizzle potential. julie grauert is back now with live drive time traffic this morning breaking down those slow spots. >> earlier accident on route 3 northbound has clear. no longer a problem for drivers north on route 3. as we shift north of the pike, route 1 in saw dpus start something to sw cameras i am watching. and skyfox up watching for any accidents. 51 minutes on 93 south. 28 minutes from the expressway from braintree split to the pike. and a young man at the center of a mystery at sea is the target of a criminal investigation into his mother's death. nathan carmen arrived on shore.
they seized electronic equipment and a letter written by him. carmen went fishing with his mother linda on september 17, and their boat suffered an en beginning -- engine phi khawr and sank. he was found on a life raft one week later. a suspect that lit a fire inside of a wal-mart. >> the whole building filled with smoke forcing the whole building to catherine parrotta live at that -- catherine, just land if that store will be back open today. >> according to the web site was supposed to open at 7:00 this morning and we have since learned that the store will be closed despite the fact we do see workers around the property and inside the store. today, the investigation into the fire which has been deemed arson conditions. this fire was set right around 5:30 yesterday afternoon at
time it was open. according to the del gram and the gazette no one was evacuated and no one was hurt. the fire marshal says the fire want intentionally set. the fire has moved from the cause and origin to a criminal investigation. so far no one has been arrested or charged. officials don't realize when the store will reopen. i already reached out to the fire mare has 'office and the sturbridge fire chief. hear about the investigation. catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. canton police are looking for tips after finding suspicious fires at a elementary school playground. you can see the damage to a dumpster and a mulched yaivr of the playground at kennedy elementary school on dedham street. no one was hurt the students are not in danger. new details of the deadly sweet tomatoes crash in newton that killed two people and seven others badly hurt while
casler was moving 730 to 80 miles per hour when he ran a red light and hit the restaurant. it moved 4,000-pound ovens. no indication that he applied his emergency brake or used his horn to warn people to get out of way, it two died at the scene and several others suffered serious injuries. casler next month. only on fox25 a local woman said a youth football coach shoved her 11-year-old son against a wall. kelly geiler says her son plays in the pop warner league and was waiting in line to have his picture taken when a coach shoved him against the wall for not listening. the mother was upset that the coach was able to return to the team after one week of
>> to put your hands on a child, especially someone else's child i was robbed the wrong way and this was a nail in the coffin. >> he is vice president of the league. the president of the league tell fox25 that the parent were given a chance to speak at a disciplinary hearing but declined. the mother may press charges. thieves break several of the stained glass windows. the thieves stol safe from the church. they found the safe unopened, outside the home next door on miriam street. church's priest says 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. a president of a malden parent-teacher organization under investigation for questionable transactions made with the group's money.
they are working to see if criminal charges are warranted. an attorney for the pto president said no criminal conduct occurred. and new this morning, umass a unveiling plans to spend $2.5 billion on capital projects over the next five years. according to "the herald" the renovations will mostly take place at the boston and umass. they need improvements because of the university's growing enrollment but many say they are worried this will mean budget cuts for faculty. this summer the university increased tuition by $750. a deadly shooting in charlotte level the entire community reeling including children. >> you are treating us wrong. >> gene: the emergency plea that scolded the entire city council at a packed meeting. the brangelina break-up
traffic and weather together right now at 6:38, and julie, it looks like things are starting to pick up. >> julie: they are starting to slow down. 6:30 is kind of the time we start to see everybody hit the road and no exception. live drive times. 30 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. you are also keeping an eye on clouds and a little bit of
21 miles per hour in boston. gusts 25 miles per hour. of course when we take the live look, you can't see the wind unless you are looking at a flag. breezy and burbs in the 50s and no hope of warming up. we will see drizzle formed today. temperatures might actually take a little step back in your town and city and break down the temperatures coming up -- sorry. >> julie: no hope. >> shiri: reality check. >> julie: back you go. former republican pr bush will spend time the harvard. he will be a visiting fellow. bush who suspended his presidential bid in february will teach and lecture on education. well, brad pitt may be getting divorced but not dead. a fake obituary for the actor is circulating on line. and the article titled brad pitt is a hoax and trying to tale your information.
facebook log in. entering in gives hackers control of your account. singer adele has accomplished a difficult feat. her newest album has reached diamond status meaning sold more than $10 million copies just in the u.s. adele is the only artist in the past 12 years to pull off the feat, and she has done it twice in a row for her albums 21 and 25. the singer is currently on a north american tour and just wrapped up six sold-out show new york. >> gene: she is a super-duper star. >> sara: i'll say. >> gene: what a talent to. checking in live with all of our reporters including more fallout from the wells fargo scandal. the ceo keeping his job for now but won't be getting the big bonus. the check he is giving up as they look for criminal
now at 6:44. we are getting you up to the minute on all of our top stories. >> sara: we are following an arson investigation at a wal-mart in sturbridge and an in california. >> gene: but first fox25's michael henrich live at a guard base in boston with the latest of a mystery at sea. good morning, michael. >> reporter: good morning. this mystery at sea is that for many reasons. let's catch everybody up on the very latest. vermont sheriff deputies and rhode island police have executed a search warrant at the vermont home of 22-year-old nathan carmen.
went you fishing september 19 and sunk the next day. he was found in a life raft more than a week later and linda is presumed dead. nathan returned to dry land here in the guard station in the north end, you saw it live on the fox25 morning news. and investigators interviewed him for at least four hours before he returned home to vermont. ahead in our next report in about 15 minutes. here from -- hear from nathan in audio recordings just released as he asked the coast guard found his mother and also learn why this is not the first time nathan reportedly had been the subject of a criminal investigation. live in the north end, michael henrich, fox25 morning news. i am catherine parrotta live in sturbridge where investigators are still trying to figure out some of the details related to an arson here at this wal-mart in sturbridge. here is what we know about this. it happened around 5:30 yesterday afternoon. this wal-mart is located
open. according to the telegram and gazette. according to the telegram and gazette. no one was the fire marshal said the fire want intentionally set. looking at the cause and origin to a criminal investigation. no one has been arrested or charged but some letters and notices on the door today they do indicate the store will be closed. again no reason given, but probably because of this investigation which is ongoing. so we will keep you posted to than this morning. parrotta, fox25 morning news. i am daniel miller in the newsroom. another deadly police shooting involving an african-american man is sparking protest this time in california. from his el cajon showing the picture of this incident. a man pointing what looks like a gun at officers. unclear if the man was armed but investigators did not find a weapon at the scene. police say before the shooting they were responding of 911 calls of the man acting erratically behind a
now responding officers say they were trying to chase him when the man pulled an object from his pocket and stood in a shooting stance. last night hundreds of people gathered outside police headquarters demanding answer. the chief of police is hoping to be as transparent as possible. the victim's name has not been released. both officers involved are placed on administrative leave. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 morning news. and it is 6:47 wednesday morning. all the kids getting ready for school right now. probably bring extra, extra layers. >> gene: i pay attention to everything that shiri spear says. you know what is in the back of my car, the jacket. >> shiri: it is in the car and you have to go out to the car. >> gene: for later. >> sara: getting colder later in the day. >> shiri: i approve. >> gene: she was reprimanding. you would think that you put
on when you go out to the car. as your kids are getting ready for school and work that temperature that you see in your town and city are not going to move that much. you are dressing for both morning, afternoon, lunchtime today. 60 degrees in boston. you are actually going to see temperatures drop a little bit and look at these winds 21 miles per hour. gusting at 25. it is going to be a blustery day on top of that which only adds to the chill. 8 a.m. in boston. we are looking for some drizzle to develop. not necessarily going these exact assigned times, 8 or 10 a.m. on and off drizzle. temperatures that slip back into the 50s here, and basically stay there all day. so current wind speeds. do want to take a little peek at this. winds are increasing in particular across eastern massachusetts and look where they go from here. you can see across southern new england. winds between 10 and 20 miles per hour sustained this afternoon, but we have got gusts right here that are going to be closer to 30 miles per hour. so you are going to notice the
helping to draw in all that ocean moisture which is fueling the clouds and potentially pockets of drizzle as well and i mentioned that all-day threat. does no the mean drizzle lingering all day in your town and city and some spots north and west boston and fitchburg, like keene, possibly seeing mostly dry conditions and even thin spots in the clouds later this afternoon. so temperatures, you know we end up struggling across the board. boston goes down to 58 this afternoon. lowell, 58 degrees. framingham, 58 degrees. kind of the magic number here in westborough and fitchburg, nashua to 58. worcester only 54 later on today. we are losing a little heat here. temperatures closer to 0 for the south shore. bridgewater at 60. plymouth at 60. marshfield at 6. the best bet will be along the coastline. could end up reaching into bridgewater and brockton. the cape low to mid-60s. overnight unfortunately, a
we are planning on a few sprinkles, mostly cloudy skies and lows back in the 50s. from there, we have another tough day warming up tomorrow. upper 50s in boston, beverly and norwood and up to 60 in plymouth. we could see a few drizzly spots and a little drier and nashua and fitchburg probably end up a little bit warmer and a little bit brighter. still windblown for your thursday and friday. friday i am looking at the potential for steadier showers coming in that is good news for our drought situation. we will be looking at some showers primarily developing during the day and peaking overnight. a little estimate for your friday showers. the brighter greens and blues will be some of the heavier rain. plan on friday rain and this weekend, more saturday rain. things start to slowly improve on sunday with a high of 67 degrees and by monday, we are getting breaks in the clouds in the afternoon.
got to wait a week but it is on there on tuesday. julie is there with live drive time traffic. take us out there. >> worth the wait. route 3 moving along at a decent pace past route 18 to the braintree split. heavy volume. heavier than usual. average speeds 16 miles per hour on 24 north. starts around route 27 and continues to 139. you will see that reflected in our drive times. the expressway heavy volume as you see here past the gas tank. over to the live drive times. 18 minutes on route 3, but 35 minutes on 24 as you head from 106 to 128. and that section i pointed out. 28 minutes on expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. back to you. a victim of the pulse night club shooting who survived is now asking for an audit of the one orlando fund. $29.5 million to help victims was scheduled to be distributed yesterday, but one
temporary hold to make hour it is handled well before sent to 300 claimants. the pulse night club shooting is the worst u.s. shooting in u.s. history. now reopen after a bomb square. the building in charlotte was iraq waited when a suspicious package was spotted inside the headquarters. took a bomb squad robot to remove the package. it comes when the city deals with protests following a police involved shooting. charlotte to remember the life of a man killed in that incident. keith lamont scott's home became a place for family, friend and activists to light candles and light flowers yesterday. they shot scott after he refused to drop a gun he was holding. his family, friends and protesters do not believe he had a gun during that encounter. sparked day of protests in charlotte which sometimes turned violent. a city council meeting
including elementary school students. one speaker seems to be making quite the impact. the 9-year-old was brought to tear during her speech. >> y'all, treating us wrong. we need to have rights. >> sara: a a mother of another young speaker say it is important for children to understand what is going on and to know how to speak up and make a change. ceo of wells fargo ceo of wells fargo forfeiting $41 until in stock and his bonus for the year as the company deals with a massive sales scandal. have agreed to pay 180 million of allegations that the employees opened up fake accounts to meet sales goals. they called for the ceo to resign during intense congressional questioning. it sounds like science fiction but the founder of tesla hopes to put a colony of
finance the $10 billion project. his company space x believes they can launch a reusable rocket. rockets would launch every two years when mars is closest to earth, but hes the first two missions will be very risky. >> the risk of fatality will be high. and -- but i would not suggest sending children or -- it would be basically are you prepared to die. of the trip would be around $200,000. he also plans to build a community on mars complete with a pizza shop. the virginia man took the long way to boston walking for two years across the country with the hopes of helping homeless veteran. daniel miller joins us now with more on his remarkable story. >> a man on a mission walking the perimeter. yesterday we caught up with him on his journey as you say here.
the country for the past 27 months. he left his home on virginia beach and he has traveled more than some 10,000 miles since then. his goal sp walking is to get people to atension to and fund his mission to build shelters he calls hope centers for homeless veterans. >> it's ridiculous in this country that we care more about animals than we do people and really ridiculous that we are more willing to take in refugees from other countries an we don't care about the people that serve this country. >> the goal is to get people to donate $10 a month so hope centers can be across the country. if would you like to be a part of this mission head over to fox25boston.com. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: a remarkable guy. >> sara: so remarkable. a fight on the playground leaves one boy with a crepe on
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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.
>> gene: now at seven, after a week stranded at sea a new england man under a criminal investigation. what police found after searching his home for hours. >> sara: shooting is another round of protest and no choice but yet complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, 7:00 on wednesday morning, september 28th, we hope your morning is off to a great start, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. we are not done with the rain just yet. meteorologist shiri spear warns that even if you don't have a wet weather outside your door
from the stormtracker is expecting drizzly conditions today oxygen eastern massachusetts a sure bet if you see some drizzle today. the further inland you go better hope see more of the dry lulls. right now looking at just cloudy conditions, 58 in boston, 59 in boston, 60 in norwood and plymouth. got mid-50s in worcester ask upper 50s in nashua, new hampshire and radar doesn't pick it up very well and couple damp spots out there now, visibility looking okay because as temperatures drop a couple degrees we could see the fog forming a little bit later on this morning or this afternoon. here you can see the hour-by-hour forecast in boston has drizzle forming later on this morning and continue on and off throughout the day here but temperaturewise upper 50s coming your way. that means actually going down, not much of warm-up, temperatures 56 to 62 across southern alleged all day long and take closer look at the wind