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. now at 4:00, developing this morning, a late-night crime scene along a busy road. the call for help that had a police running and how there were able to spot trouble. a video post andline that sparked outrage and concern. the action a school is taking after a confederate flag spotted in the parking lot. and plus ... >> julie: champagne flowing, music blasting as sox claim the al east championship. not the only team -- c a bull pen melt down may make the road to the world series a little bumpier. hey, good morning tampa
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september 29. i am daniel miller. >> julie: good morning, i am julie grauert. a mixed forecast depending on where you are. meteorologist shiri spear in the storm tracker weather center who we will see drizzle and a little sun will break through. >> shiri: the drizzly spots we had in the last hour in southeastern massachusetts, the focus of the wet weather. the rest of the region a little bit of a break. boston mostly cloudy skies and 57 degrees. 51 in worcester. 52 in 58 in hyannis. dressing for 50s. reports of sprinkles down there. cape, south to coast, south shore. locations where you will want to bring rain gear but the good news is eventually the winds will start pulling in drier air. boston, mostly cloudy. hanging tight in the 50s all day long again. somewhere like plymouth we are talking drizzle and all-day 50s. warmer in brighter spots like lowell north and west of boston.
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traffic. >> reporter: things are moving early. a lot of green on route 1, 93 south which is a speed limit ride. south of the pike, the expressway looks good. 24 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 9 minutes on the expressway. 23 minutes from 495 to the leverett connector. developing this morning, investigators in weymouth are trying to find out how a teenaged girl ended up in the bottom of a ravine. a source tells fox25 that the victim was half naked at 10 or 11:00. our cameras spotted police and fire fighters along the route 3 overpass. somehow the victim was able to reach a cell phone and call for help. on police radios could you hear the frantic search for her. >> someone said she is tied up. but we are going to have start yelling so you can hear her.
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are. >> daniel: while this was taking place police responded to a second crime scene in weymouth. we are working to see if both scenes were related. school administrators are investigating a racially sensitive incident outside norton high school. a group of students were seen driving through the parking lot waving a large confederate flag out a window. the incident gained attention facebook saw it happened. officials spoke with the students involved and the school superintendent plan to address it as a learning opportunity. the boston red sox are al east champs but a 9th inning melt downcould prove costly once the playoffs start. sox up 3-1 and also knew toronto was lost and division was secure. but a game-winning grand slam. yankees win 5-3.
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sox home field advantage in the post season. as fox25's tom leyden shows us it didn't stop the champagne from flowing in the white house. >> reporter: strange circumstances for a celebration but did not put a damper on the red sox party last night. a win is a win. we need to celebrate. it is a great feeling right now. >> open this, >> guys who were brought together. everybody pushing for the same goal. and this a 'where we are right now but we still have a long ways to go. ? ? ? >> it's just a great group of guys. i can't ask for more better brothers than what i have here.
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david ortiz final game in the bronx and return home for game 3 against the blue jays which should be important for home game advantage. tom leyden, fox25 news. five after the hour. the young man under investigation in connection with the presumed death of his mother said he did not do anything that would have put his mom in harm's way. in a phonier about view with "the boston globe." 22-year-old nathan carman believe the boat he nearly two weeks ago was seaworthy. he goes on to say he couldn't think he could have prevented the tragedy. nathan survived a week in a life raft. he is back in vermont. his father is with family in connecticut. he is defending his son. >> very dangerous situation. none of us know what he went through and i am sure it was tyranic. >> daniel: they searched his
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computer and letter he wrote. they wonder if modifications he made to the boat led to what happened at sea. carman has not been charged with a crime. he was eyed by police in the unsolved shooting death of his grandfather. fox25's jacqui heinrich looked through documents that show his own mother may have steered investigators in his direction. >> reporter: investigators considered nathan carman a suspect in his grandfather's a search warrant showing his mother told police she believed nathan was the last person to see his grandfather alive. according to the now missing woman, she was supposed to meet nathan later that day, but he never showed up. investigators showed nathan's account what happened didn't exactly add up. an hour of time he didn't account for when discussing his alibi with detectives, and a statement in the warrant testifying that nathan was the only person who knew where his
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class that the victim was shot with. no bullet shell casings were ever recovered, evidence of a manipulated crime scene. other puzzling details. nathan got rid of a hard drive and a gps monitoring device the moment his grandfather was found dead. they describe nathan as a troubled violent kid as a child he held another child hostage with a knife. neighbors told police that nathan was gave him the nickname murder boy. the family cooperated the accounts saying they were afraid of him even going so far as to give armed private security to pro protect them in their own. investigators say that nathans spent a lot of time in weapons research. detailed notes on sniper and making self-propelled improvised explosive devices. jacqui heinrich, fox25 news.
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grandfather's death. fox25 is investigating linda carman's death. we have more from vermont. michael henrich will have a live report coming up at 6 a.m. we know the man shot and killed by police in the san diego suburb was holding a vape smoking device when he confronted two officers. his sister said she called 911 because her brother was mentally ill but not armed. >> julie: alfred alongo was shot and killed by one of the officers. he was acting erratically walking in traffic. they released a still image. it shows him pointing his vape to officers. one used a taser and the other a gun. officers did not find a weapon on him. protesters are calling for the justice department to investigate and both officers have been placed an administrative leave. a south carolina teen is
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his father and shooting two students and teacher. the suspect walked up with a handgun and started shooting until he was tackled by a volunteer firemen. the suspect's grandparents called him sobbing uncontrollably. there is no known connection between in school and the suspected shooter. the school will be closed for the rest of the week. 4:09 right now. congress will avoid a for now. lawmakers passed a bill yesterday but only funds federal agencies through december 9. the resolution gets lawmakers through the presidential election and approves federal money for the fight against the zika crisis and the lead contaminated water crisis in flint, michigan. fresh off their first debate, both presidential candidates are looking to drum up support in new hampshire. donald trump has a rally in bedford, but tensions are high in his campaign.
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his administration for admitting that he struggled in the debate as they urged him to change his tactics before the next go around. according to cnn, he told his aides to change the tune to a more positive tone. they want broady input on how the survey went. an survey sent to supporters asking for reviews. hillary clinton had a big promise on the table and held a rally at the university of new hampshire with rival bernie sanders by her side. sanders beat out clinton in the granite state with the support of independent and young voters. yesterday, clinton unveiled a big plan for the future of education. >> we will make public colleges tuition free for familiar lows earning less than $125,000 a year. >> daniel: clinton's day did not end with that rally in new hampshire. our cameras caught this video
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fairmont copley hotel in boston a victory for voters in new hampshire. this year you can take selfies inside a voting booth. a state law banning of ballots is illegal and the law was passed in 2014. they said that ballot selfies could lead to selling their votes but they say the law was an infringement on free spooch. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. right now on 93 south moving along smoothly. an easy 21-minute ride from 495 to the zakim. shiri. >> shiri: in boston we don't have the drizzle. counting on temperatures going maybe a degree to are two. talking mid- to uppers in most communities. i will show you where we are at risk of getting more drizzle coming up. >> julie: all right, shiri. a car runs over a little girl in her driveway. find out the shocking age of the person behind the wheel.
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laid to rest.
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today a miami marlins pitcher will be laid to rest nearly a week after a boating accident killed him. people poured into a miami church for hours lining up to pay their respect for jose fernandez. the 29-year-old is being remembered as a talented player and hero in the cube
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marlins honored him in an emotional tribute to number 16 during last night's game. a framingham man is asking for you in laws. angel colon survived the pulse night club shooting. he asked for background checks and keeping guns out of the hands of terrorist. he was shot six times. he took his first steps only a month ago and his road to recovery was purpose-driven. >> we ned to make sure that we are safe. that we are okay. this that not another family goes through what my family and what hundreds of other families went through that night. >> daniel: congress is not expected to vote on any gun registration before election day. the family of mix it police officer sean collier is asking congress to pass a bill to recognize all first responders. wants a national first
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the line to help others every day. he and his brother met on capitol hill yesterday. >> he had nothing but respect for our first responders so i think he would like it in that sense. i think he would hate it if he knew it was going to happen because of him. i think he would that i is crazy. >> julie: andrew collier works with nascar teaming up with hooters to promote the initiative coast to coast. the fbi releasing new details of a wanted for questioning in the new york city bombing. law enforcement says these men are egyptian pilots. the men were seen removing a pressure cooker from a bag near the explosion and walking away with the empty bag. the fbi said the men are considered witnesses not suspects and that they are likely now back in egypt. we track traffic and weather every ten minutes and things moving along nicely on the expressway. nothing to worry about on 128
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overnight construction projects that wrap up by 5 a.m. if that changes, i will be the first to let you know. all clear on 93 south and route 1. 13 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 28 minutes on 93 south. 22 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joins us on thursday morning. i have a situation. it is like a dilemma. >> julie: tell us. >> daniel: the question is should i turn it onn the temperature in our house is comfortable not to do it. do i see any big warm-ups, not necessarily. the spots will be warmer and brighter. and perfect to open the window there is. if you were stuck in the clouds and the drizzle, maybe it is time to break down and turn on that heat. if you have been cold the last couple of days i don't see that improving. chance of drizzle over southeastern massachusetts. north of the pike we start seeing breaks in that cloud
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weekend up to an inch and a half of rain. that is great news. you know what gets updated our drought monday it. you know what situation we are in, we need help from mother nature and we will get it a little bit here. i don't know if it will be improvements but prevents things from getting worse. norwood is one of the spots we take on a lot more cloud cover versus sunshine. should we see a couple of thin spots in the clouds. sure. and 55 degrees expected here at 6 a.m. mostly cloudy and throughout, and we get back to almost 60 degrees here. you have the slight risk for a little drizzle. much better chance closer to the coastline say in plymouth down across the cape. points north of boston are really going to brighten up. manchester, new hampshire. 52 degrees and clouds already on the thinner side there. temperatures still dropping in the lower 50s, but we start that warm-up whether i take us up into the 60s this afternoon with the sunshine.
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northern, southern new hampshire and look forward to warming temperatures this afternoon maybe an opportunity to open up the windows in the house. pretty comfortable stuff. lawrence at 62. manchester and nashua at 64 degrees. same in fitchburg. worcester will see breaks in the clouds at 58 degrees. 6 today in framingham with thin spots in the clouds and even boston at 58 degrees. the chance that it won't stay completely overcast. as we slide south of the city to the south shore, upper 50s southeastern massachusetts i really ruled by those upper 50s and lower 60s for the cape, and these are really the hot spots for some drizzle today. future cast will highlight that so you can see we have winds coming in from the northeast again. it is going to -- it is going to target this south shore and the cape for those showers. kind of directing all that moist flow into locations. and in the meantime, this high pressure that will be sinking
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and northern massachusetts. it is going to be another breezy day and stuck under the clouds. and things look brighter to the north and west of the city. tomorrow things get wetter, a little cloudier, at risk for morning drizzle but the main body of rain and heavy, steady stuff will hold off until the evening commute. friday night plans and your saturday plans. just because we have this wave along this front and this will amp things up a little bit so friday and saturday is when i expect we will see -- i should say friday night and saturday is when we will see some of the steadiest rain out of this. a couple of lingering showers on sunday and on monday, guys. even partly cloudy skies lasting into next week. temperatures are mostly running in the 60s, but lower 60s throughout weekend. upper 60s next week. so daniel, i don't think you will need the heat as we get into next week. >> daniel: i will keep it like a felter to bring cool
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a varsity football coach off the field. the accusation swirling and the accusation of players that had him on leave. fox25's blair miller ta
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is. 4:24. first responders are always at the ready to help and that means intense training for any conditions. fox25's blair miller got to dive head first into how they prepare for flooding rescues. >> the weather is going to be an issue. when you are doing a real live rescue not a sunny, bright >> these fire fighters from around the area together as one team facing the wind, the chill and the rain. and this boat churning out wave today help mimic the perfect conditions they might face in the weeks ahead still in the hurricane season. >> one of the up and coming dangers we face is urban flooding. a lot of attorneys learned some of the obstacles and challenges of flooding in urban setting. >> reporter: for days these fire fighters have been going
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swift water. >> going this way. ready. >> reporter: to see it first hand, cambridge fire fighters joined me to join them. those this who needed help. they also have been working more advanced scenarios like this one where this boat was taking on water. chelsea fire fighter mike lee is above and hoisted down to pull me out. >> one, two, three. >> anything can happen at any given minute. so just got to keep, you know, a steady mind and focus on -- on the job at hand which was to rescue you at the time. >> reporter: all of this, a very real scenario that rescuers prepare for now for when they answer someone's real call for help. >> they are getting trained personnel when they come, they know that their fire and ems know what they are doing. >> reporter: in winthrop, blair miller, fox25 news.
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there. samsung is being hit with new explosion concerns this time about a washing machine. certain top-loading units have exploded and happened 20 times and several people are suing the company in federal court. samsung is investigating why the machines are exploding. in the meantime telling customers with models bought between 2011 and 2016 to only watch items on the delicate cycle. a decoration that many say is too creepy even for halloween. this is the item being pulled off the home depot shelves in canada. meant to mount on windows that someone is peeping inside. they say it makes light of voyeurism which is a crime. like i said they are pulling them from store shelves in canada. it is horrifying. >> daniel: if you have been a victim of a crime, it is not funny. >> julie: i think it is pretty realistic and wouldn't be appropriate decoration.
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sold. >> julie: we haven't pulled them from the shelves in the u.s. yet. >> daniel: if the money is given to a good cause. a startling discovery at a bus stop. a giant snake spotted lying in the sun. why a woman didn't think twice of bringing it home. confederate controversy at
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now at 4:30, a developing investigation this morning. a busy police scene on the side of the road. the desperate call that brought help running. plus a car hits a little girl and she is rushed to the hospital. the reason her own 7-year-old sister was behind the whole. a mysterious presumed death at sea is sparking investigations across three states. the man at the center of it
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police search his home. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. good morning, it is 4:30 on this thursday, september 29. i am daniel miller. >> julie: i am julie grauert. get ready for another windy, mostly cloudy day. but not all bad news. meteorologist shiri spear in the fox25 storm tracker weather center with a look at some of the improvements. shiri. >> reporter: little bit better than yesterday and talking about gusting 20 to 30 miles per hour from the north shore to the south shore to the cape and islands. even worcester with a 35-mile-per-hour gust right now and this will be the hub for any kind of drizzle. the cape, the south. temperatures in the uppers. 57 degrees in boston and clouds will be thinning out out to the north and west. boxford at 56. wayland at 65. waking up to 51 in worcester and 52 in nashua, new hampshire.

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