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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
drive time traffic this morning and check on the expressway. >> julie: expressway still slow going around the braintree split and continuing up past freeport street. north of the pike slow spots are route 1 in saugus and 93 south starting in the stoneham area and continuing through medford and into somerville. this is what you will experience southbound on route 1 in saugus right now. here are live drive times, 39 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 24 minutes on the expressway but there's 24 again, south of to 128. back to you. >> gene: a new england man rescued after a week at sea in a life raft is now being questioned about the disappearance of his mother. we were there yesterday when the vermont man arrived in boston. >> sara: he and his mother went out for a fishing trip in connecticut and she never returned. last night police spent several hours searching his home. fox25 michael henrich is live at the coast guard base in boston with why the young man is being
>> michael: right here in the seven warrant executed at the vermont home it is safe they were looking for evidence that the involves operating the boat is to endanger resulting in death. that's the charge they are looking into and in this search they found confiscated computer parts, a sim card for a phone and handwritten note written by nathan carman. before nathan carman stepped off a coast guard vessel in boston tuesda sheriff's deputies in south kingston, rhode island police searched his home in vernon, vermont the night earlier. neighbors looked on. >> there's no electricity in the house so the cops were actually in there searching the property with flashlight for hours. and they were also searching the truck out here. >> michael: in the search warrant a south kingston, rhode island police detective
named the chickenpox, was in need of mechanical repair, might have been unsafe, and nathan meant to go fishing father than where his mother understood. they left a rhode island port on september 17th. nathan told the coast guard the boat sank the next day. a operator found nathan in a life raft with food and water this past sunday. the coast guard released this audio recording. >> myself and my mom were fishing at block funny noise in the engine compartment. i looked and saw a lot of water. when i saw life raft i did not see my mom. have you found her? >> no, we haven't been able to find her yet. >> i got to the life raft after i got my bearings and i was calling and looking around and i didn't see her. >> michael: the coast guard
sea, presumed dead. after nathan carman arrived back on dry land at the coast guard station in north end, coast guard investigators did interview him for at least four hours, he had an attorney present. he has not been charged with any crimes. a little history about him and family. back in 2013 nathan's grandfather was found shot to death in his connecticut home and that case remains unsolved and one point the h live in the north end, i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: new this morning state police are investigating a deadly car crash in leominster. this happened shortly before 11:00 last nate on route 190 south. state police say the driver of an suv has died. one lane was closed overnight as police investigated the crash. there were no other cars involved and no other injuries reported. the victim's name has not been released, and we expect update sometime today. police are also investigating
where a car hit a pole in mcclellan highway. this was the scene at 1:30 this morning. the driver was trapped inside the vehicle when rescues arrived and reportedly had several injuries. seller lanes were shut down while police investigated. sara: and police responded to what appears to be a car crash that crashed into a house in taunton. this happened at around 10:00 last night on heart street. the collision left a front of the vehicle smashed in and caused the grill to fall off the car. no word yet injuries in this crash. >> gene: developing this morning the fbi not saying much about nighttime raid in quincy. the camera spotted agents searching residents on quarry street. they processed a computer and searched at least one vehicle outside the home. the fbi will only say the seven is part of an ongoing federal investigation. we have calls out to u.s. attorney's office for more information. >> sara: we are following developing news out of california where another deadly police shooting is sparking protest.
suburb of san diego and police have already released a picture that they say shows the man threatening officers. fox25 daniel miller is following in the case and has a closer look at the image. >> daniel: yeah, police say the victim is black male in 30s. 911 calls claimed he was acting erratically behind a restaurant in el cajon, california and walking in and out of traffic. the responding officer say they were trying to days him when he pulled an object from his pocket and stood in a shooting stance. police releasing this picture you see here of the looks like a gun at the officers. it is still unclear if the man was armed but investigators did not find a weapon at the scene. >> that's all i want to know. >> daniel: last night about 200 people gathered outside the police headquarters in el cajon demanding answers. protesters also gathered at the scene earlier in the day. police have not released the victim because they are still
the chief is hoping to be as transparent as possible and calling for calm. both officers involved have been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation and that picture that police released is actually a full video clip and reportedly shows the entire incident, but police are not releasing it at this time. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: 7:07. the race for the white house heads to new hampshire. bernie sanders joins democratic durham. the two will discuss the shared beliefs on college education. they believe the cost of the school should not be a barrier for anyone that wants a higher 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. >> gene: donald trump made
the republican nominee told supporters in mel burn that he was the winner of the first debate with hillary clinton and since the debate his campaign raised $18 million. trump is campaigning in iowa and wisconsin today. >> sara: less than three days away from a possible government shutdown and this morning senators are blaming each other for playing democrats. yesterday senate democrats blocked a bill that would have kept the government running because it didn't include crisis in flint, michigan. the dill include money to fight zika and louisiana flood relief and they want a government shutdown because it will help the election chances in november. democrats accused republicans of playing a game of fiscal chicken. former israeli shah money perez is dead at the age of 93. doctors say he died yesterday morning in tel aviv after having a stroke earlier in the month.
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 on middle east peace back in 1994. president obama, clints, pope francis and prince charles will be attending the funeral on friday. >> gene: party on hold at least for another day. red sox clinch still at one. red sox winning streak against yankees and price had trouble serving shot to right, that's over and out and yanks go up four-two. next inning sox they tied the game. dustin pedroia drives home jackie bradley senior with single down the first baseline and all even at four and bottom of the seventh another home run for the yankees off of price. this time first baseman tyler austin goes the other way. a 2-run shot. yankees win six-four. fox25 tom leyden has reaction
price surrender three home runs and not going to cut it this time of year. >> i have a chance to clinch the division for us here, not accept able and four runs and go out there and haven't been the case. a lot of times this year wasn't the case. >> he has had challenges with the club no doubt about it and not a concern how we go forward fr we are confident in our group. >> so the red sox will give another shot on wednesday. magic number remains one and five up with five to play. that's the latest from new york, tom leyden, fox 25 news. >> gene: injured quarterback jimmy garoppolo and jacoby brissett were both on the field for yesterday's practice. garoppolo is recovering from a shoulder injury suffered two
thumb two weeks ago. looks like one will be ready to play against the buffalo bills sunday against the gillette stadium. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone. right now on 93 southbound heading out the door up to an hour already as you head from 495 in andover down to the zakim. shiri? >> shiri: ton of clouds and expect drizzle to continue for the drive home and no warm-up and town by town look at temperat coming up. >> deer got himself in bit of jam and why it took the swat team to get him free. >> sara: playground scuffle ends with one mother calling the cops and second-grader should
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>> gene: testifying against michael mccarthy only thing she lives for at this point. found on deer island in june 2015 and mccarthy killed the toddler and couple put her body in refrigerator for a few days before dumping her in the ocean and mccarthy charged with first-degree murder and bond charged with being an accessory. gene: wellesley doctor that killed wife few years ago says he deserves a new trial.
person that testified in court was not the person that tested the dna. scientist testimony was based off the test of someone else and federal on the case tomorrow. >> parent coming underfire playground fight. sandra shepherd says her son was thrown to the ground by fellow second greater at school in new mexico earlier this month. the boy suffered a small scrape on his head. shepherd called police because she claims her son head. >> we are not creating atmosphere it is okay for him to do this in the future. >> other parents say he should be punished and he received a one kay suspension. >> gene: the most dangerous
africa and 3 million deals are linked to pollution. the amount of pollution is up 8% since 2008. >> sara: ride sharing company uber says the new service is just what the doctor ordered. partner with circulation to help get patients to their doctor's appointments. the new service could replace existing options lexington taxi vouchers for some patients. the cofounder for circulation is chief innovative officer sara: man was allegedly left stranded at wal-mart in tennessee after uber driver refused to give him a ride. the man is vazually impaired and the driver saw the service dog, asked if the dog was coming and drove away when he said yes. he called police that gave him a ride home. uber says driver violated the policy they agreed to which states that service animals are allowed to sit on the floor next to the passenger. >> gene: baby in mexico is now
first ever three parent baby has been born. controversial new technique coming from the dna -- dna from two brothers -- mothers to prevent genetic diseases to be passed on. critics of the procedure say it is giving people too much control over own genetics and research based researchers more details about the so-called three parent babies at conference >> route 1 southbound as head through saugus seeing pretty typical volume. 93 south heavy and steady right after the cloverleaf down through medford and into somerville see volume is manageable in the zakim right now and over on the leverett connector. here are live drive times, 49 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 34 minutes on the expressway and
leverett connector. >> gene: colder as we move through the day too. >> perfect day to light a fire. >> thinking of the doors super, lift spirits and yesterday got decent rain from .22 inches in boston to .35 in worcester but still got rainfall deficit for not just the month but the year in order of ten inches of rain in boston, short of what we should have and eight and a half inches short and going to amount to patchy drizzle and you could see how limited the rain totals are.
tenth of inch of rain and not going to make much of dent in rainfall deficit. i'm hopefully that we will get some higher rainfall totals and northeast winds driving the forecast that's going to look a lot like that for the next couple of days and since we are pulling in all of this moisture you can see the next couple hours boils down to developing drizzle in particular across eastern massachusetts. it may reach spots like worcester but into the northe new hampshire, chances are a lot of these spots are going to see some breaks in the clouds and mostly dry conditions. i just don't want you to be too helpful for very much sunshine out there. overall pattern going to be a little bit of gloomy one the next couple of days. boston now at 58?, hover in the upper 50s most of the day ahead in plymouth and sitting in lower 60s for this point forward. we got the drizzle potential and see just about every time slot
more like manchester keene, new hampshire and couple glimpses of blue sky and blue sky and manchester, new hampshire as well and brings us into the upper 50s from boston to the north and west and into the lower 60s and south and east it is 50s and patchy drizzle and similar temperature set-up and a little less drizzle and going to be confined to the coastline here and cloudy set-up, steadier friday saturday showers and sunday a little bit of lingering rain but come monday afternoon the pattern starts to break, starts to brighten up tuesday, wait a week to get the next sunny day but temperatures will be back in the upper 60s, nice warm-up by then. back to you guys. >> gene: all not well in cranberry country. goers are dealing with big problems. challenges include rising
values and increasing competition and the drought around here didn't help things either. cranberries are the state's top food crop. still ahead on fox25 morning news, get ready to see a lot more jeb bush around town and presidential hopeful heading to cambridge. dog napping caught on camera. why the dog's owner says the man you see in this video kelly: you know me. not from thousands of false, negative ads- but
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>> gene: locals in newbury call the house the pink house and set vacant. 2012 the national sure what else to do it after years of neglect. the refuge given the town a year to come up with other options and first meeting is tonight. >> sara: haverhill police investigating a dog capping. their family's talk bella disappeared monday and they have theel when thing on tape. they say surveillance camera caught a man picking up bella off the sidewalk and handing her to someone in a car and haven't
>> drive up and stack somebody else's dog. >> cabrera says she thinks the man that handed the dog off was tricked by the people in the car and benton think involved in the dog napping and anyone knowing about the where about give him a call. >> 1100-mile journey home. from enclosure in jacksonville, florida. animal control officer in swansea found him roaming around. so she found microchip and then recruited a volunteer transport service to help get him back home to florida. more than does two dozen people each in an hour one volunteer to the next. made it home friday after two cajun and he overnight stay in virginia. >> sara: deer in pennsylvania is free thanks to help from
a metal fence but the officers wire cutters weren't strong enough to cut through the steel bars. so police calmed down the deer by covering it with a blanket. officers actually used a tool from the swat team to break the fence. once the deer was freed it wasted no time running away into the woods. >> gene: rebecca group thought manatee was a male but team of vets mystic aarea aquarium and rescued from the cooling ocean waters las marine mammal staying at aquarium until it can be brought to florida and released back into the wild. >> shiri: hover around 60? the next few days with spells of rain. i will time them out for you next. >> petty coon wants to send people to mars within the decade. coming up anyone in the trip needs to be ready to die.
take a week to get the sunshine back. telling you the drizzle for me and rolling through areas plymouth and middleborough and acushnet, toward dartmouth as well oftentimes kind of misty conditions sneak below radar and what you will find you have a damp mild drive in to work with 58 now in boston and lawrence and couple hours ago in boston, 61? and temperatures are dropping and now they are going to hover in the upper 50s for the rest of the day. 60 in plymouth, 55 in worcester, 58 in nashua, new hampshire and wind are wicking up and breezy conditions and eastern massachusetts and only getting breezier as we get into the
patchy drizzle and 56? and closer to 30 miles hour in the afternoon and going to be watching all day long. i will show you when we finally shake the pattern coming up. where are the hang-ups now? >> drive times are northbound typically the heaviest volume and accident before columbia road. as we shift north things slow going on 128 southbound and route 16 and route 60. live look at route 1 in saugus, this is pretty typical, heavy, steady volume for this time for a weekday commute. over to those live drive times, 42 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin and about an hour
peabody to the weston tolls and developing news out of sturbridge and police trying to find the person that started the fire inside a wal-mart. >> gene: whole building forced with smoke and employees from the store. fox25 catherine parrotta live at the store that is still closed this morning. catherine, good morning. >> catherine: employees being will remain closed today and fire started 5:30 yesterday afternoon and that's a time when people who have been in the wal-mart in sturbridge and according to the telegram and gazette everyone was evacuated and no one was hurt. fire departments from surrounding communities responded and does say the fire was intentionally set and investigation now looked at
or charged. officials yesterday didn't know when the store would reopen. again, it is closed today for the time being. i reached out to the fire marshal's office, also the sturbridge fire chief trying to get some answers about where exactly the investigation stands today. last check no suspect has been arrested or charged. so that is something we will be checking on today. live in sturbridge, catherine parrotta, fox25 was hurt and students not in danger. >> gene: new england man went from being rescued at sea to being a suspect. found him life raft over the weekend while she was nowhere to be found. fox25 michael henrich live at coast guard based in boston. michael, police send the man's
>> michael: they recovered and confiscated computer parts, sim card. coast guard searched for nathan for more than a week and called on friday and wasn't until a freighter passed by and saw him in the life raft with water with food with a life jacket on that officially came that linda was presuming dead and lost at sea. south kingston, rhode island took part in the search with vermont sheriff's deputy because they are looking at whether there's anything amiss in this situation. this affidavit that i'm holding in my hand from the south kingston police department's debating says that a couple things didn't add up.
is what it was called with nathan's boat. it might not have been safe to go out on the water, plus the detective says there's some sort of discrepancy between where nathan said he planned on dogfishing, a little further out from shore and where linda told a friend she expected to be. so a lot of unanswered questions, gene. >> gene: this isn't the first family mystery that's been endured by the family. , in in murder of another family member. >> michael: nathan was suspect in 2013 shooting death of own grandfather, grandfather was shot to death in his connecticut home back then. nathan was also in the headlines in 2011, gene, because he was a missing person. he vanished and it set off a multistate search for the young man. so he has been in the headlines
again, hartford courant reporting he was a suspect in the 2013 death of grandfather but he was never charged and we do want to note he has not been charged with a crime in this investigation into the disappearance and the presumed death of his mother. now, he did speak with a coast guard as soon as he was rescued by the freighter, joan, -- gene, and next live report in half hour gene? >> sara: brad casler driving 70 to 80 miles per hour when he ran a red light and barreled through the restaurant. the impact was enough to move a pair of industrial pizza ovens that together close to 4,000 pounds. accident reconstruction teams found no indication that casler applied the emergency brake or used his horn to tell people to
eleanor and gregory murren both died at the scene. seven others suffered serious injuries. casler, meantime, due back in court next month. >> gene: david brown reckless conduct in 2014 which killed 17-year-old boy and should have known the brakes were bad. failure caused it to roll down a hill and slam into a mechanic at farm where the crash happened also been charged with reckless conduct. >> sara: local mother says assistant coacha football team shoved 11-year-old son up against the wall. now she is demanding a harsher punishment against the man. kelly guysel says her son plays in pop warner league and waiting to have the picture taken when coach shoved him against the
was allowed to return to the team after a week suspension. >> put hands on a child, especially someone else's child and i was really rubbed the wrong way and of this the nail on the coffin. >> sara: assistant coach vice president of the league. president of the league tells fox 25 the parents were given the chance to speak at disciplinary hearing but declined. the mother says she may press >> gene: malden parent questioned about group's money. malden police confirmed they have filed a report and investigators now working to see if criminal charges are warranted. attorney for the pto president says no criminal conduct occurred. >> sara: $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 amherst
university's growing enrollment but many say they are worried this will mean increases in tuition and budget cuts far faculty. they increased budget cuts by 750. sara: school announced visiting fellow teach and lecture on education. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. right now on 128 southbound in woburn over an hour now as you head from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. shiri? >> shiri: 58? in boston and winds sustained winds and blustery conditions and burbs and temperatures austin renaud 50s the rest of the morning drive into work and school and
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the truth is question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. please vote yes on question 2. for stronger public schools. >> gene: buildingy vac waited last night when a suspicious package was discovered inside the headquarters. charlotte police say took a hours to safely remove the package. scare comes while the city deals with protest following police involved shooting last week. >> sara: keith lamont scott's home came a place for family, friends and activist to light candles and lay flowers and protests sometimes turned violent. one of scott's neighbors
everyone will find peace. >> we need to search hearts to see if we still have anger, still have frustration, still have biases against one another. >> sara: police say they shot scott when he refused to drop a gun. the family does not believe he has -- had a gun. sara: last was shot and man confessed to shooting and he is set to appear in court next week. >> gene: big reward to find out who fired several bull sweets a sheriff's deputy. shooting happened monday night around 9:00. no one was hurt and deputy was around the corner and heard shots being fired and they won't
individuals who were responsible for it knew he was a douglas county deputy, we don't know at this time. >> gene: the department's reward $10,000 on facebook the sheriff says he must spare no expense or resources until suspect is caught. >> sara: sky fox captured whole thing on camera in may. trooper joseph flynn faces two felony counts of simple assault by on officer and due in court next month. flynn on paid leave since the incident. last month new hampshire state trooper andrew monaco pleaded guilty to three counts of simple assault. >> gene: helicopter crash in new hampshire, taking off from private home in andover last night and crashed in wooded area near river's edge road. hard to believe the pilot was actually able to free himself and call for help. faa says pilot was only one on
>> sara: sounds like science fiction but founder of tesla but founder hopes to put colony of humans on mars and hopes to finance 10 million-dollar project. the company believes they can launch a reusable rocket which could carry 200 people to the red planet. rockets launch every two years when mars closest to the earth and first few missions would be riskiy. >> risk of around it. >> it is are you prepared to die. >> sara: cost would be around $200,000 and plans to build a community on mars complete with
sky fox arrived over the last few minutes. ambulance just pulled away and we have two tow trucks on scene. northbound is where we typically have heavier volume but southbound you can see left lane and part of the center lane is blocked while they try to toe the cars away so it is creating heavier steadier volume southbound on 24. this is as you approach 123. as we shift slightly in northbound things slow and steady on the expressway as head have the braintree split past morrissey braintree split to the exit for the pike. 23 minutes on 24 northbound as you approach 128 and 28 minutes 128 north from university avenue
thing. >> ready to go to mars at times throughout date, not necessarily a sign to 9:00 a.m. or 11:00 a.m., it is something that's ongoing threat that we are going to be monitoring. temperaturewise today we are dipping into the upper 50s and that's where we are straight through the evening and not much movement in temperatures and if you're chill right now, you will be chilly during the afternoon and dressing now what you got all day long. current wind speeds, winds picking up, see winds right now
and more like ten to 20 miles per hour, strongest at coastline and let's jump ahead to the wind gusts at 5:00 p.m. and they are going to be closer to 30 miles per hour. that's really an afternoon affair. gust and he cloud and he we have spells of drizzle that we are going to be watching. a lot of it is going to give you the damp feel, fine stuff, almost a mist here along the coastline and best chance for a steadier drizzle over southeastern massachusetts, do believe boston will see a lot on and off drizzle during the evening commute, eastern massachusetts going to be the hot spot for some of the wet weather. could reach into spots like southern worcester county and northern worcester county and southern new hampshire and in particular southwestern new hampshire see more dry than wet times today, tend to be a little dryer there and brighter as we get a couple thin spots in the clouds. and things brightening up and some breaks in the clouds toward
afternoon. worcester at 54? and brookline up to lowell and portsmouth, new hampshire and north shore and south shore and low and mid-60s over the cape itself but again, we are watching for some wet weather, blustery conditions tonight and cloudy conditions 50s potential for couple more sprinkles and get into the day tomorrow and cloudy spots along where we could see a little bit of drizzle and don't see as much as i see today and tomorrow i think there will be more of the dry lulls out there friday, watching for a batch of steadier rain and then as we get into the weekend, notice temperatures kind of going up here. still going to be below average and going to be cooler than average, saturday got about 62? and that is going to be the wetter of two days over the weekend. sunday it is going to be couple degrees warmer but we still got the slight risk for some showers. even into your monday morning
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>> gene: virginia man walking across the country in hopes of helping homeless veterans >> daniel: raising money and caught up with him on his boston leg of the journey. 54-year-old leroy bailey walking perimeter last 27 months and left phone june 2014 and traveled more than 10,500 miles since then. his goal in walking is to get people to pay attention and fund his mission and build shelter he
veterans. >> it is ridiculous in this country we care more about animals and people and really ridiculous that we are more willing to take in refugee from other countries and house them but don't take care of people that serve the country and saddest thing. >> get 1 million people to donate $10 million a month so hope centers can be billed across the country. if you would like to be a part of the mission head over to the website at fox25boston.com for more information. in newsroom this morning, i'm daniel miller, new app available in some u.s. cities and being called an uber for dogs. wag started last year to find dog walker for furry friends. walker comes to door to pick up pet. dog owners say it is a great solution for people with a long workday. >> i was feeling so guilty and don't get home until five or 5:30, too long for her.
dog went and picture from the walk. the service has launched several large cities including new york and los angeles and not in boston yet. i need it here in boston. >> services around minus app. i know dog walkers that send pictures and here is what we do today. >> super cute. >> gene: breakingew coming up new evidence that suggests russia was directly responsible for shooting down a passenger plane over ukraine. >> shiri: we have a lot of clouds, patching drizzle and this afternoon though any breaks in the cloud cover likely happening far inland. got hour-by-hour look where we get some glimpses of blue sky coming up.
>> gene: now at 8:00 new england man lost at sea and now suspect in death investigation. coming up what police found when they searched his home. >> sara: developing news out west where another police shooting set off a new round of protest. new picture released by police late last night that they claim
open fire. >> gene: change coming to uber. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, thank you for being with us. it is wednesday morning, september 28th. >> sara: track down a stormtracker weather center and it could get colder. >> today not winning any prices. going to be a little bit gray, going to be a little bit cool out there, even if you find the 57 kind of mild and this afternoon and 57 in boston and doesn't seem warm any more, does it. temperatures fit where they are and waver within a couple degrees and 60 in plymouth, 59 in fitchburg and hints of green in southeastern massachusetts. that would be the little bit of drizzle we are tracking now and see that actually expanding and
expanding and now don't have too much of foggy issue but temperatures actually dropping here during the afternoon we are going to get a little closer to the dew point. we have a better chance of seeing some fog formation. boston outlook going to be upper 50s for the whole day ahead. we do have the chance for drizzle really throughout the day. the night and we are going to do it again tomorrow. but patchy drizzle name of the game and going to be quite blustery with gusts up to 30 miles per hour this af southern new england and ranging pix to 62? from sunrise to sunset. that is it for today and break down some of the warmer and dryer locations coming up in just a couple minutes. julie grauert back now with live drive time traffic this morning and the latest on the accident. >> shiri, sky fox had to leave to refuel so that's why we have live pictures of this accident any more and just about cleared out at last check before sky fox left tow trucks were pulling the car involved in this accident on
starting to open back up. expressway still heavy steady volume past morrissey boulevard. north of the pike brand-new accident on 93 south near route 16 and add to the drive time and 46 minutes on route 1, 33 minutes on the expressway and 19 minutes 24 from 128 to the 128. back to you. >> gene: new england man rescued at sea after and now being questioned about the disappearance of his mother. vermont man arrived in boston. >> he and mother went out for fishing trip from connecticut and never returned. last night police spent several hours searching his home. fox25 coast guard base in boston why the young man being looked at so closely, michael. >> michael: they executed the
they recovered and confiscated computer parts, sim card, and a handwritten note written by nathan himself. before nathan carman stepped off coast guard vesnell boston tuesday morning after more than a week lost at sea vermont sheriff's deputies in south kingston rhode island police searched home in vernon, vermont the night early and her neighbors looked on. >> there's no electricity in the house so the cops were actually in there searching the property and they were also searching the truck out here. >> in the search warrant south kingston rhode island police detective wrote that nathan carman's boat, named chicken box was in mechanical repair, might have been unsafe and nathan meant to go fishing farther away where his mother understood. nathan carman and his mother linda left a rhode island port on september 17th. nathan told the coast guard the boat sank the next day.
this past sunday. the coast guard released this audio recording. >> myself and my mom were fishing at block canyon and funny noise in the engine compartment. i looked and saw a lot of water. what i saw was life raft. i did not see my mom. have you found her. >> no. we haven't been able to find her >> went to life raft after i got my bearings and whistling and calling and looking around and i didn't see her. >> michael: coast guard says linda carman is lost at sea presumed dead. coast guard station behind me here in the north end. nathan has not been charged with any crime. a little bit of background
grandfather was found shot dead in his home in connecticut. that case remains unsolved and at one point hartford courant reports nathan was a suspect. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: dutch investigators have solid evidence that missile shot down malaysian jet was from russia. prance ported launched. investigators say communication records show a promoscow rebels were responsible -- called in the launch. >> sara: police investigating deadly car crash in leominster and happened shortly before 11:00 last night on route 190 south. driver of suv has died. one lane was closed overnight as police investigated the crash. there were no other cars involved and no other injuries reported.
released and we expect update sometime today. sara: driver involved in crash in boston has died. this was the scene on mcclellan highway around 1:30 this morning. they say male driver hit a pole and later died at the hospital. no word yet what caused the accident or name of the victim. sara: police responded to car that crashed into a house in taunton. the collision left the grill to fall off the car. no word yet if there were any injuries in that crash. >> gene: fbi not saying much about nighttime ride at home in quincy. our camera spotted agents searching residents on quarry street. they processed a computer and searched at least one vehicle outside the home. the fbi will only say that the search is part of an ongoing federal investigation and calls out to the u.s. attorney's
>> sara: deadly police shooting sparking protest and latest one was in san diego and police released a picture they say shows man threatening officers. fox25 daniel miller is following the case and has a closer look at this image. >> 911 calls claim he was acting erratically in el cajon, california and walking in and out of traffic. responding officer say they were trying to days him when he pocket and stood in shooting stance. police releasing picture you see here of the incident and shows the victim pointing what locks like a gun at officers. still unclear if armed and did not find weapon at the scene. last night 200 people gathered outside the police headquarters demanding officers. protesters also gathered at the scene earlier in the day. police have not released the
working to notify the family. chief says he is hoping to be as transparent as possible and calling for calm. both officers involved have been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation. picture police released is actually a full video clip and reportedly shows the whole incident but police are not releasing it at this time. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: race to white house continues this morning. bernie sanders joins democratic durham and discuss shared belief on college education and cost of school should not be a barrier for anyone that wants higher education. donald trump will make a visit to the granite state tomorrow. >> 90 minutes i watched her very carefully and also holding back. i didn't want to do anything to embarrass her. >> gene: donald trump
republican nominee told supporters that he was the winner and since the campaign he has raised $18 million and he is campaigning in iowa and wisconsin today. >> sara: former israeli president and nobel peace prize winner perez dead at 93. doctors say he died yesterday morning in tel aviv after having a stroke earlier in the month and served as both israel prime minister and president and credited with being one of the founders of modern jewish state. for work on middle east peace back in 1994. president obama, clintons and prince charles will all be attending funeral on friday. >> gene: party on hold at least for another day. sox 11 game winning streak in the bronx last night. david price in yankees in new york and trouble with longball,
out. yankees go out the with score four-two. next inning they would tie it up. dustin pedroia drive it home and single down first baseline and game tied at four and in the bottom of the seventh another home run for the yankees off price and this time first baseman tyler austin going away with 2-run shot. yankees win six-four. fox25 tom leyden has reaction from the bronx. >> tom: tuesday's game david ortiz two for five price surrenders three home runs and they both know it is not going to cut it this time of year. >> chance to clinch the division for us here and not acceptable and score four runs and feel like windshield go out there and haven't been case a lot of times this year and wasn't the case before. >> had challenges with club no doubt about it with the yankees. so not a concern in terms of how we go forward from here.
>> so the red sox will give another shot on wednesday magic number remains one and five up with five to play. tom leyden, fox25 news. >> gene: injured quarterback jacoby brissett and jimmy garoppolo both on the field. garoppolo recovering from shoulder injury he suffered two weeks ago and brissett injured thumb two weeks ago and patriots have not signed any other quarterbacks and looks like one of the two guywi play with buffalo bills on gillette stadium. >> shiri: a lot of clouds, a little bit of drizzle out there now and still drizzly spots out there for the drive home from work but what you don't have a warm-up. no warm-up today. temperatures going down, show
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else. federal hearing on the case tomorrow. >> sara: sandra shepherd son thrown to the ground by fellow second-grader in new jersey earlier this month and suffered a small scrape on his head but shepherd called police because she claims her son was intentionally dropped on his head. >> not that i expect seven-year-old to be arrested but severe enough consequence we are not cr this in the future. >> sara: police should not have been involved. >> gene: ceo of wells fargo forfeiting $41 million in stock and bonus for the year and comes as bank deals with massive sales practice scandal. wells fargo agreed to pay one aye million dollars to settle allegations that employees open fake accounts and use customer money to meet sales goals.
elizabeth warren called for the ceo to resign during intense congressional questioning last week. >> sara: uber announced partnering with start-up called circulation to get patients to doctor's appointments. new service could replace existing options like taxi vouchers for some patients and cofounder of circulation is chief innovation officer at boston children's >> sara: uber driver refused to give man ride. the man is visually impaired and saw the service dog ask if the dog was coming and then drove away when he said yes. he then called the police who gave him a ride home. uber says driver violated a policy that they agreed to which states that service animals are allowed to sit on the floor next
>> julie: 128 southbound approaching 93 and slows down and route 2 in waltham. 93 south sluggish through the cloverleaf and down through medford and into somerville. south of the pike expressway and cons late around morrissey boulevard where you can see rain drops still on lens as well and drive times 50 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 and almost an hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene and sara, back to you. >> sara: gray day, makes you want to go home and get under the covers as i said earlier light a fire. >> shiri: next couple days and need the rain and talk a lot
more than that and worcester and short when we should have had september so far and we are way short should have had this whole year. still talking ten inch rainfall deficit in boston and eight and a half in worcester and fact is it is mostly going to be under tenth of inch of rain and going to barely make a dent and light patchy drizzle expected today and going to be on or off but because we are stuck with this pattern in this northeast wind and ocean moisture and pull in all the basically the gasp behind the clouds, drizzle, ongoing machine with northeast winds so at 10:00 this morning through the afternoon and any time of day talking drizzle mostly across eastern and southeastern massachusetts and highest rain total likely coming in out of the south shore because of the direction of
central mass and new hampshire as well and new hampshire that's where the best best of longer dry periods perhaps a couple thin in the clouds and going to be one of the honestly kind of dank day out there. in plymouth 60? now, hope you love the sixties because that's where you sit all day long. got drizzle potential throughout the day and lower 60s and go up two? so how about that. manchester, new hampshire, tends to run dryer, we still see more clouds than anytng right now at 12 miles per hour and talking potential for 30 miles per hour gusts this afternoon but there's the warm-up by just one degree. manchester, new hampshire. so dress now for what you're going to feel all i did long this afternoon temperatures boston points north and west and temperatures are going to be limited to the 50s, worcester sinks down to 54, lower sixties over southeastern massachusetts with warmest location probably over the cape and islands with
there. tonight more 50s, lots of clouds around, perhaps a little more drizzle and then we get into tomorrow and even though you're seeing mostly cloudy icon along the coastline i will step in and say let's plan around a little more drizzle there, probably a little bit brighter, a little bit warmer in lawrence or fitchburg or manchester, new hampshire but eastern mass because of northeast wind and flow describing got drizzle tomorrow and steadier rain on friday and saturday andom showers but temperatures starting to warm and by monday afternoon the clouds will start to break apart and back up to 70?, upper 60s here on tuesday and next truly bright day so still a week away. back to you. >> get ready to see a lot more jeb bush around town and presidential hopeful heading to cambridge. first raising prices of hiv drug.
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>> don't need the punch. >> don't need attention either. let's not talk about him any more. so we have temperatures hovering in the lower 60s next couple days and also got a lot of rain to get through, at least a lot of rain chances and show you when to plan around steadiest of it next. >> gene: tech tycoon wants to send people to mars within decade. coming up why he says anyone
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: 8:30, normally this time of the morning optimistic they should rise and temperature on the thermometer will actually be going down as the day goes on. >> marathon running, negative splitting. negative temperature thing. warm and then gets cold. think of another way to explain that and don't think i did very well. >> i appreciate the creative
drizzle approaching the boston area now through milton, weymouth and holbrook as well and kind of misty gray damp day ahead. we zoom it out. there's not a ton so 57. >> shiri: sustained winds and gust to 30 and blustery out there as if you needed another thing to make today's weather fantastic. now we got 57, we got cloud and he got drizzly conditions in and around the city.
diving to 56 in boston and 55 here at 7:00 p.m. and drizzle will gefor a come more days and steadier rain in there and tell you when to be prepared for that coming up. julie grauert up with live drive time traffic this morning. julie, where are busy spots now. >> julie: expressway before the braintree split on 128 as you approach the split and up to heavy, steady volume o'neill tunnel as well and head southbound on the expressway. a little patch of heavy steady volume on 128 northbound around route 135 and 128 south jampacked through lexington as approach route 2 and these are the conditions on the zakim and move in on decent clip. over to live drive time, 42 minutes 128 to the tobin and hour on 93 south and hour and 20 minutes and southbound right one
>> sara: sturbridge this morning police trying to find the person that started fire inside a wal-mart. >> gene: fox25 catherine parrotta live at store and, catherine, you just spoke with someone that was there when it was evacuated. juke person turned away this morning when trying to finish the shopping and that's been the case with handful of people so far this morning. point out entrance over there on the side of the building, might be able to see him, out and wherever somebody pull up and lets them know it is still closed for today and might also see cars in the parking lot and employees have been told to come to work today even though the store is closed and right now investigation into these is ongoing and official say the fire started around 5:30 inside the wal-mart yesterday and time when people would have been in wal-mart on charlton road here in sturbridge and evacuated and no one was hurt.
responded. we just spoke with one man that was there yesterday when the fire started and hoped to finish the shopping today. >> told to leave and came back and think said they closed all day. >> fire was intentionally set and investigation now moved from looking at cause to criminal investigation reached out to both the fire marshal's office and sturbridge fire chief this morning to get better sense where the investigation is today. of course, see all over even just the parking lot here cameras in use, that's what the signs say and might have captured something played out inside the store yesterday and that's something and wal-mart remains closed at least for today. live in sturbridge, catherine
for tips after finding suspicious fires at elementary school playground. kennedy elementary school in dedham street no one was hurt and students were not in >> michael: neighbors say the officers needed to use flashlights because there was no power in the home, no electron in the home. the avaffidavit and search
confiscated. some computer parts, sim card and handwritten note by nathan carman and contents haven't been revealed. >> michael: went out on boat, chickenpox, went out with mother linda and september 17th and talking 11 days ago at this point and overnight fishing trip and nobody heard from them the next day and search commenced. later on and nathan told the coast guard the boat sunk on eighteenth. coast guard ended up calling off the search friday and passing freighter happened to find nathan in an inflatable life raft with a life jacket with
is dead. >> gene: nathan carman was suspect in another murder of family member. >> michael: it is a bizarre bit of history here. 2013 nathan's grandfather found shot to death in connect home. the case haven't been solved. the hartford country says it was suspect. two years earlier no act of violence but nathan went missing in 2011 and massive state search for him and he was found safe low, so this has been family and individual who has been the subject of police involvement at the very least for several years at this point. we do need to add though that nathan has not been charged with the crime and warranty and
police they are looking to neglect charge by going out in a boat that was not necessarily safe. so we will have to see where that one goes and next report coming up in half hour hear nathan's speaking with the coast guard and audios released. >> sara: only on fox25 mother says coach shoved her wall and now she is demanding harsher punishment against the man. her son plays in saugus pop warner league. earlier this month he was waiting in line to have the picture taken when the coach shoved him against the wall as punish am for not listening. the mother is upset the coach was allowed to return to the team for week suspension. >> unacceptable to put hands on child, especially someone else's child and really rubbed the wrong way and this is the nail
>> sara: assistant coach is also a vice president of the league. the president of the league tells fox25 the parents were given the chance to speak at a disciplinary hearing on this incident that they declined. the mother says she may press charges. >> daniel: president of malden parent teacher organization questionable transaction made with the group's money. school pto has filed a report. investigators now working to see if criminal charges are warranted and attorney for the pto president conduct occurred. >> sara: umass unveiling plans to spend to $.5 billion on capital projects over the next five years. according to the herald the renovations will mostly take place at the boston and amherst campuses. umass says campuses need improvements because of the university enrollment. many say they are worried this will mean increases in tuition and budget cuts for faculty. this summer the university
>> sara: jeb bush will be spending time at harvard. bush who suspended his presidential bid in february will teach and lecture on >> shiri: boston looking pretty gray and here is positive spin on dreary and weather that we have. very low pollen levels because of the cool and damp conditions. for the next several days i will show you when we finally dry out again next. >> calling uber for dogs and how you can get a dog walker at push of the button.
building evacuated last night when suspicious package discovered inside headquarters. squad robot more than three hours to safely remove the package and turned out not to be daycare and scare comes while the city deals with protests following a police involved shooting last week. >> sara: keith lamont scott became place for family and friends to lie flowers and candles. scott refused to drop a gun that
weapon during the encounter. last week shooting death of scott sparked days of charlotte that sometimes turned violence. >> we need to search if we still have anger, still have frustration, if we still have biases against one another. >> sara: family and protesters do not believe he had a weapon during the sara: grand jury indicted a car chase suspect in new hampshire. sky fox captured the whole thing on camera in may and two felony counts of simple assault by on duty law enforcement officer. he is due in court next month. lynn has been on paid leave since the incident. and andrew monaco and three counts of simple assault. >> gene: faa investigating what caused helicopter crash in new hampshire. helicopter taking off from
crashed in wooded area near river's edge road. see the mangled wreckage, and hard to see the pilot free himself and call for help. faa says pilot only one on board and he is expected to recover. >> sara: sounds like science fiction but founder of tesla hopes to put colony of humans on mars in the next ten years. elan musk will personally finance the 10 billion-dollar project. his company, space x, believes carry 200 people to the planet and it would launch every two years when closest to earth and first few missions would be risky. >> risk of fatality would be behind and way around it, so not suggest having children or it would be basically all are you prepared to die.
community on mars complete with pizza shop. >> sounds like a killer trip. gene: happy wife, happy life. most men subscribe to the they are and he it is true after all. happy people actually make their spouses healthier. found people with a positive outlook usually exercise more and eight better and they don't have to worry if the partner is in a bad mood. that is true, happy life. that's what we strive for. >> julie: trying to loop in the morning show and how much happy that brings us. move on to traffic. 128 southbound and 93 and in that route 3 to route 2 still heavy steady volume. 93 south slow going from medford into somerville. south of the pike things a little bit slow after the weston
volume as you head to the gas tank. over to those live drive times, 43 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 38 minutes on expressway. 51 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. what about happy husband. does that count for anything. >> gene: better. >> sara: always trying to keep my husband happy. >> gene: happy weather stay together. trying to do happy meteorologist and you will be a geologist but that's about all i could do. >> shiri: scientist, right? here is what we have, cloudy skies and don't have much in the way of rainfall totals yet but rainfall totals will be on the light side today because talking mostly drizzle, 16 miles per hour winds and get ready to sea stronger gusts today and we do have the all day risk for some
as well we are kind of stuck where we are. upper 50s all day long. now, i want to take you out to the breezy conditions today. we are going to see some of the strongest winds at the coastline but winds will be increasing and coming in from the northeast that is what is driving our forecast for the next couple days because of that flow off the ocean we have so much moisture behind the clouds, behind some drizzle, some fog as well and winds will be picking up out of the direction and ten to 20 miles stronger gust and it is driving just that ongoing threat for some drizzle. in particular across eastern mass but could see central mass, portions of southeastern massachusetts getting on drizzle and location likely see more dry than wet times today and could even see some thinning in the
and kind of gloomy forecast today, tomorrow, through the weekend, pattern hasn't changed here folks. boston to the north and west and upper 50s today. this afternoon in boston 58? and lowell, 58? nashua, new hampshire 58? and framingham to foxborough and worcester cooler at 54 and here we got lower 60s over southeastern massachusetts and some of the highest rain totals today likely coming out of spots like marshfield and bridgewater a have the steadiest flow of moisture and best chance for drizzle and overnight tonight 50s and a lot of clouds and couple pockets of drizzle and again tomorrow we are going to do it all over again with more upper 50s in boston and clouds hugging coastline and that's where we will see a little bit of wet weather and inland likely a dryer day on tap for tomorrow. still got some drizzle around here for you thursday, friday, showers should pick up, become a little steadier, same deal on
locks like the dry -- in sense dryer. less showers around than perhaps saturday. looking fantastic because not until next week we finally dry out. next bright day on tuesday. back to you. >> one man has walked more than 10,000 miles in the country before heading to boston. important mission that he says
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when walk is over they send a report where the dog went for the walk and launched several large cities in new york and los angeles but in the yet in boston. >> gene: a lot more coming your way. we don't know which quarterback will take the field on sunday. maybe we have a hint. good news coming out of pats practice. >> shiri: dealing with drizzle, clouds, fog across the board this morning and go inland
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>> daniel: now at 9:00 a tragic accident or criminal act. police seven the home of young man rescued at sea after losing his mother during a fishing trip. why he is facing increasing scrutiny this morning. >> julie: developing this morning police protest overnight and moments leading up to the deadly incident. >> daniel: big papi strikes out ending red sox winning
at yankee stadium. >> something that i would do, lose the ring. >> eager boyfriend gets down on one knee and loses the ring. >> julie: boston has bird problem and getting rid of it in the >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. >> julie: i'm julie grauert. early morning temperature and drizzle today. shiri spear to break it all down. >> shiri: started off morning at 4:00 a.m. 61? in boston and now down to 57? and don't see much hope of warming up from there, 54 in worcester, lower