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>> gene: teenage girl thrown into a ditch on side of busy road and crime scene and 911 call that led to the teen's rescue. >> just a terrible accident in new hampshire where a seven-year-old girl ran over her two-year-old sister with the family car. the poor decision by their mother that could lead criminal charges. >> michael: mother remains lost at sea. what this man has to say to defend himself as they report outside the vermont home. >> gene: worst to first again. they clinch the division title and take you into the locker room as champagne was flowing.
coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: hope morning off to great start, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: sara underwood, windy mostly cloudy day today and shiri spear there be slight improvements from yesterday though. >> most of the clouds over southeastern massachusetts, clinton to carve and her hints of drizzle or mist on radar right now but the rest of the area seeing decent breaks in the clouds right now and 55 boston, 50 in fitchburg, 46 in king, cooling but also turning brighter further north and west you go and clouds focused over the south shore, cape and islands and southcoast and those are spots where we have the slight risk of drizzle today and really breezy and winds ten to 20 miles per hour sustained even stronger gusts in that. boston we will have and more sunshine the last few, that's for sure.
at 1:00 p.m. and enough breaks in the cloud cover that we will get boston up to about 60? today. so highs ranging anywhere from 58? and some of the cooler, cloudier spots, south shore today, all the way up to 64 and reserve some of the warmer temperatures for the merrimack valley where i think we will be brightest and warmest this afternoon, still watching though for some drizzle over southeastern mass. i have timeline when showers click back up update. >> accident on 95 northbound, it is right after 295 in attleboro and backing things up into the pawtucket area. as we shift north things getting slower on 95 closer to 128 and then the expressway heavy steady volume expected there throughout the morning commute. here are live drive times, 52 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave, 53 minutes on 93 south from andover down to
back to you. >> michael: in there was of a teenage girl duct taped and found on the side of the road. >> sara: police got call after 9:00 directing them to busy ditch along route 18. dozens of officers spent several hours gathering evidence, jessica. >> jessica: yeah, police were here for a very long time last night after they found that teenage girl were focusing the most on is patch of trees you see behind me here, a couple feet away from route 3, that's where we are told police found the girl last night and source does tell us that she was bound with duct tape. this is a scene here just after 9:00 last night. we are told first came in as a report of an injured person in the woods. once police found that girl again they did spend several hours out here looking for evidence and see them using black lights in some spots here. we understand the victim
911 while she was in the woods and police were able to find her using sirens and keeping her on the phone talking to her. we have calls from police right as they found her in the woods. take a listen. >> on the phone help me in very faint voice. >> i'm going to -- i'm going to put on sirens and be in the background. can hear for background. >> >> jessica: police responded to scene in weymouth and near the center of weymouth near the town library and police did say that it was possible that it was connected to the investigation here where the teenage girl was found last night.
pretty limited and looking for police to get update on what happened here last night and then how that teenage girl is doing. as soon as we get that pass it along to you on the fox25 morning news. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> new hampshire toddler recovering at boston hospital this morning after getting hit by a car at own house. police say the girl's seven-year-old sister was at one at the wheel. listen to frantic call officers in salem told the seven-year-old to start hereford focus on tuesday evening and put car into reverse and backed it over two-year-old sister. her legs were crushed and she has cuts and bruises all over her body. neighbors rushed in to help the girl. >> have a seven-year-old start your car, unbelievable. i'm like in shock. >> police considering criminal
investigating. >> the vermont man rescued at sea insists he would never try to harm his mother. 22-year-old continues to say that he did nothing wrong following a tragic fishing trip and life raft for seven days. fox25 michael henrich is live outside that man's home in vernon, vermont police to multiple states have already gathered evidence, michael. >> executed a vermont. nathan carman lives here according to neighbors alone and without electron. he is not here at the moment. the truck haven't been seen throughout the morning. more than a week lost at sea and tells the associated press he did not harm his mother. nathan carman's return to dry land prompting many questions from law enforcement. what happened to his mother linda lost at sea and presumed dead. why did linda reportedly believe
shore? did his metal boat named the chickenpox have mechanical problems before heading out as police detective wrote in sworn affidavit. nathan and linda carman went for overnight fishing trip september 17th and freighter found nathan alone this past sunday. 22-year-old sold associated press by phone his boat sank in a matter of minutes and told the boston globe he thought his boat was seaworthy, insisting i don't know how it would he prevented and that he is trying to come to terms with it seems like a fact that my mom really is gone. >> really don't want to say much at all at this point. my son doing okay. >> nathan's has high functioning form of autism commonly known as aspergers syndrome. clark staying at home in middletown connecticut. >> very difficult situation.
went threw and i'm sure it was traumatic. >> court documents show nathan was considered a suspect in the 2013 shooting death of his wealthy grandfather but never arrested. clark says nathan loved his grandfather and mother and would never do anyone any harm. >> they were the two most important people in his life. >> michael: nathan has not been charged with any crimes and investigation continue this morning. live in vernon, vermont, michael henrich, fox25 >> sara: looking at whether 22 made repairs to the boat that was left unsafe. police say a boater told them that carman took unusual step of removing keeping boat from tipping from side to side and it needed mechanical repairs and carman had been performing them on his own. it came to light when knowing
2014 the grandfather was shot to death and left 42 million-dollar estate to four adult daughters. carman was only person knew where he left two vintage rifles, one of which caliber shot with. he has not been charged with murder but it is >> gene: trump reportedly blasting age to admitting to reporters he struggled in debate as urged him to change his tactics before the next go around. according to cnn in conference call yesterday trump told aides to change tune to more positive tone and campaign broader input and the first debate went and e-mailed to supporter last night asking for reviews. meantime hillary clinton left new hampshire with a big promise on the talented as held rally at university of new hampshire
bernie sanders at her side. support of young voters. yesterday clinton unveiled a big plan for the future of education. >> we will make public colleges tuition free for families earning less than $125,000 a year. >> clinton's date didn't end and rally in new hampshire. fox25 cameras caught this video of motorcad fairmont copley hotel in boston last night. >> libertarian gary johnson stumbled over question on foreign policy. during town hall yesterday he was asked to name a foreign leader he respects and could not come up with a name and responded by saying having aleppo moment and didn't know where city of aleppo was and finally said the former president of mexico but couldn't remember his name.
>> sara: congress will avoid a government shutdown at least for now. lawmakers passed a bill yesterday but only funds federal agencies through december 9th. the resolution gets lawmakers through presidential election and approves federal money for the fight against zika virus and for the lead contaminated water crisis in flint, michigan. president obama says he thinks congress set a dangerous precedent by overriding his veto of law dealing with 9/11 terror attacks. yesterday the house and senate allows relatives of those killed to sue the nation of saudi arabia. the saudi's are key u.s. ally. this is the first congressional override of one of president obama's vetoes. >> gene: red sox celebrate first division title since 2013
bronx after loss to yankees. they knew they clinched since jay's lost. yankee win five-three under normal circumstance examine that would be killer. loss could wind up and see what plays out over the weekend and did nothing to stop champagne from flowing in the clubhouse last night. the brutal loss. fox25 tom leyden as camera and crew inside the clubhouse and bubbly and beer spraying everywhere and plays huge goggles to protect eyes and everyone has a great time. >> win is win, win division and got to celebrate and great feeling right now.
one more game in new york before ending regular season with three game series at furnace brook parkway against toronto this weekend. >> breaking traffic news rollover at 128. it is in the center lane right now. this is in norwood as you could see no traffic getting by right now on route 1. we have fire crews on scene and i will have even more coming up in just a few minutes. shiri? >> shiri: keeping an eye on temperatures right now in the mid-50s in boston, we got partly sunny skie warm-up. i do think you got a shot of getting up to 60 with enough breaks of that sunshine. i will show you the warm and cool spots coming up next. >> school administrators say they were outraged when they saw the video posted online and police investigating looking into this now as group of local students caught on camera waving a confederate flag. >> riding roller coasters aren't
sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead. then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million dollars, just last year. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too. please join me in voting no on question 2. >> sara: minutes after that
home from a gunshot wound. fox25 daniel miller joins us now and teen called grandparents just before the shooting. grandparents lived next door and south carolina community and with the phone call police say the teenager's motives remain unclear. all started around 1:45 yesterday morning and teachers at townville elementary school say the 14-year-old got out of hi shoulder. witnesses told police that it appeared the boy was headed toward the the school and several teachers locked the doors to prevent him from getting inside the school. volunteer firefighter was one of the first to get to the scene and took down the shooter. just one minute before the shooting took place police say
understand what was going on so they went to his home and lived just 100 yards away to see what was going on because they couldn't understand why he was crying on the phone and could make sense of it and when they go into the house and found out son has been shot and grandson not there. >> daniel: one of the students shot in the leg remains hospitalized this morning and was last listed many critical condition. the school credits incident from being much worse. school has been canceled for the rest of the week while police in south carolina continue to investigate. in the newsroom this morning, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> back to live pictures sky fox on route 1 northbound before route 128 in norwood. you can see it is right there in the middle of route 1 north and they are detouring cars through the pet go parking lot and around. you can still get around the
adding time to your commute. you could see right here it is purple on map, happened on morse street and starting to back things up into the walpole area. here are live drive times, almost an hour on the pike eastbound, 23 minutes on the expressway, an hour on 128 south from peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. >> 7:19 now on thursday morning. looking outside this year in dedham, looks gorgeous outside. >> real nice. way we are starting here boston as well you can see we got more clear skies than we do clouds this morning, all about location, location, location though because the south shore, cape, those spots dealing with more clouds, potential for a little bit of drizzle today and partly sunny in and around boston though and then as we go the next couple days, friday, saturday, sunday, we are looking
much as an inch and a half of rain, so we have the needed rain in the forecast here. plymouth probably going to be the focus of some of the sprinkles today verses spots like manchester, new hampshire, and be mostly sunny, so see that here, even boston, going to be brighter than that, bet you it will be warmer than that and give and give you 60? in boston, lower 60s in framingham and lawrence, mid-60s in fitchburg and manchester, new hampshire, just because it is brightest there. upper 50s today in worcester, we will have upper 50s for the south the cloud cover, mostly cloudy skies over the cape and islands today. here is future cast because challenge with forecast is determining how far south this dry air going to sink and squish further south it gets the further south sunshine gets and here at noon time counting on boston that line being a little closer to you and partly sunny, a little more cloud cover south of the city here, going to be
cape and potential of couple pockets of drizzle and drive home from work honestly looking pretty good out there as we get into the day tomorrow and start out sprinkle school in the morning and spot showers and find things really picking up friday night and 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view, that is not -- there it is and next week and clouds and showers of the week. >> trouble on football field in burlington, allegation against the varsity coach and sidelined until further notice. kids too young for facebook or snapchat, new social media site just for tweens.
my prescription costs keep going up. it's more expensive every year. it would be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. when you take all that money it just changes you. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
time daycare for kids up to four is $9,600 a year. average cost of in state college tuition is about 9400 a year and average daycare could come up to 18% of family's income. local woman has launched new social media app just for tweens. jet.me is geared specifically for kids under 13. the globe reports it was created by west roxbury woman and designed a limit who kids can contact. it also has parents portion that allows adults to monitor the online launched yesterday on both droid and apple platforms. >> gene: device monitor person's blood sugar level every five minutes and automatically provides insulin when needed people will restore insulin after they eat and will be attached to the outside of person's body and approved for people 14 years and older. company that created the
researching one for kids. >> sara: new research says if they need to pass a kidney stone you should ride a rollercoaster. roughness may knock kidney stones right through the system. surgeon behind the research tested the idea after patient said she passed three kidney stones riding in disney world and surgeon brought 3d model on the right and tested it and sure enough it works. who knew. audio on right screaming. >> think you're having fun. >> really enjoy that ride, didn't you. if you have a kidney stone, there it is, get on to disney and aerosmith rock 'n roller coaster. you're set. >> shiri: all the people did not appreciate got their own
next. >> it is must see video this morning. a deer gets hit by suv and then goes on attack
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: cool day ahead but going to see a little more sun and we are seeing a lot of it right now and gusts anywhere 24 miles per hour and plymouth and hyannis to 30 miles per hour in the vineyard, 22 miles per hour in worcester, 17 in wind any time of the day we are talking gusts possibly up to 25 to 35 miles per hour and worcester to 49, nashua 49 and keene, new hampshire 46? and at least we are looking at mostly dry conditions, where watching for drizzle, sought coast as well as the cape, partly cloudy
but temperatures in lower 60s this afternoon. julie grauert back now with live drive time traffic. i know you have update on an accident. >> sky fox still over the rollover accident on route 1 northbound before 128 in norwood. you could see we now have a tow truck actually two trucks on scene. traffic being diverted into the parking lot or down on morse street which is near where the accident happened. backups into the walpole area as they work to clear that accident and get the car taking a little bit northwesterly look at the pike eastbound, average speed 16 miles per hour and sluggish as you approach speen street in natick. here are live drive times, 42 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. about an hour on 93 south and an hour and ten minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. >> car full of students waving the confederate flag got attention of police this morning. >> those kids in parking lot of
offensive flag. now this morning administrators are calling the incident deeply troubling. >> gene: catherine parrotta live outside where letter was sent home from the parents. >> catherine: video posted to another facebook page and i'm in the process of speaking with him this morning, reaching out to him trying to see if we could speak to him a little bit further and school calling whole incident and newton north student posted to the own facebook page and see the car drive through the school parking lot waving a large confederate flag out of window and immediately reported to police and school started investigating it and identified a small group of students involved and according to the principal the school has taken appropriate action. the principal sent out letter reading in part at north we strive to celebrate diversity and safe and supportive learning
working with students and staff and move forward from the incident. i do have an e-mail out to the mayor this morning as well to try to get a little bit more of sense of what the city is doing and something we are working on this morning. live in newton, catherine parrotta, fox25 news >> sara: fox25 source tells us teen girl was tied up and dumped on side of busy road. jessica reyes is along route 18 in weymouth where 911 led officers to crime scene. >> jessica: police found the girl and route 3 and route 18 here in weymouth. she was able to call 911 herself but source tells us she was tied with duct tape and partially
you right now. taken after 9:00 last night. we are told the first came in as report of injured person in the woods. once police found the girl they were out here for self more hours looking for evidence. we understand the victim once again able to call 911 herself while she was in the woods here and police were actually able to find her using sirens and keeping her on the phone. we have some of the radio police right as they found the teenager in the woods and take a >> help me in faint voice. >> i will put on sirens. you can hear it for background. >> jessica: police found her moments and all of that was happening police have confirmed they were called to another scene at columbian scare, -- square, also here in weymouth and off route 18 but that is one
investigation still very fresh, less than 12 hours old at this point, so still a lot of questions about this and police putting details together. we are working to get update from them and pass it along to you just as soon as we do get that. in weymouth, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> police in sturbridge now searching for wal-mart employee who's suspect in fire at store where she worked. the investigation was developing yesterday on fox25 morning news. the fire started tuesday afternoon inside of the wal-mart on route 20. man that lives in the home talked to the patriot ledger
ram to get inside and threw him to the ground and handcuffed him and officers dragged his partner from bathroom upstairs. agents apparently kept asking the couple where they kept their drugs and questioned if they were dealers. >> gene: doctor ask ate federal court to grant a federal court. life sentence for the murder of wife mabel in 1999. prosecutors say he hit his wife in the back of the head with a hammer and slashed her throat with pocket attorney made crucial area in the case. previous appeals in state courts have been denied. >> there's a new key clue in the unsolved murder of agawam woman. lisa zigert killed in 1992 and composite schedules what killer may have looked like. she was a teacher and working second job the night shy
days later and parents are hopefully this new picture will help. >> this is not a photograph so characteristics and coloring and going back 24 and a half years and hoping something will pop. >> da wouldn't say if suspect resembles anything in the past. >> gene: prosecutors said michael walsh sexually assaulted a boy in the 1980s. walsh was altar boy coordinator at saint brendon church in dorchester when the assault allegedly happened. the victim now in his 30s and came forward over the summer. walsh was ordained as priest in michigan in 2002 -- 2002 and never placed in parish because of other abuse charges. >> gene: prominent boston university music professor just
eric risk's lawyer was in court yesterday. the lawyer says the client who's internationally recognized musician did not mean to cause the woman distress and charged with assault and battery for kissing and touching the students. the professors's attorney wants five of the ten charges against him dismissed. >> sara: burlington superintendent of schools describes what happened as toward players. it is not clear what that means or even what happened but coach swan maguire placed on paid leave while claims are investigated and spoke to parents and students who only had good things to say about him. >> i don't know if he fully deserved them. he just wanted the best set of players and wanted them to perform to the best of ability. >> i know the family, they are a great family, yes. >> surprised by the allegations? >> very much so. >> school superintendent says there are still many questions
support. >> hundreds of cyclist will press mayor marty walsh to make city streets safer for bikes and pedestrians. wants group to move faster on safety. plan calls for lowering speed limits in parts of the city to 20 miles per hour. safety advocates also want more dedicated bike lanes and money for construction projects to improve dangerous streets. >> sara: governor baker to israel this year the focus of the trip will be cyber security and digital health innovation, two areas that israel dominates on global scale. nearly 40 business leaders are expected to join the governor on this trip. no public money will be used to finance the six day trip. >> sara: curt schilling may be ready to run against elizabeth warren. schilling who's a republican
challenge if she runs in 2018. recent umass poll says he would trail warren by 20 points in head-to-head match-up. former pitcher told tmz he wants to run for president in the future. >> gene: this year you will be able to take selfies inside the voting booth. federal appeals court in boston says granite state law banning pictures of ballots is illegal. it was passed in 2014. ballot selfies could lead to people selling their votes but law says it is infringement on right to free speech. >> we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone. right now on 93 south still hovering around the 1 hour mark as you head from andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: looks fantastic, got breezy conditions from start to finish. commuters, bus stop kids 58 to
plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead. then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the
>> gene: deer runs into the car and attacks the driver. officials believe the deer was fox25 daniel miller joins us with outrageous story. i don't know how they can prove motive here, daniel. >> take look at video. i have never seen anything like it but apparently police in township, new jersey say it happens all the time and patrol car and initially the driver of the suv hit deer on road and pulls over to check the damage
revenge and attacked the driver and driving the suv seen in the video and hit the deer about 100 feet back. >> i was up like this and ahold of him and foot into him and you know, i mean it happened so fast. grabbed handful of antlers and trying to keep from killing me. >> glad i didn't see it because if i believe it happened. >> daniel: he says running into deers happen all the time but there was a small dent on outside and damage from the deer's antlers on inside and managed to walk away with bumps and bruises sadly just out of the view of the video the deer died. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news.
units have exploded and several people suing company in federal court. samsung still investigating why the machines are exploding. meantime it is telling customers with models made between -- bought between 2011 and 2016 to only wash bulky items on the delegate cycle. overheated while on nightstand and same type of phone recalled and another model released at the same time. >> phone overheating and screen shots and told them what happened and they just sent me the phone back. >> firefighters in town are now telling residents who have this model phone to speak with providers if they feel the phones are overheating.
are too creepy. look at item pulled off shelves in home depot and mind to mount on window and looks like man in hood is peering inside. customer complained that the peeping tom decoration is making light of voyeurism which is a crime. the item is still for sale online and stores in the united states. >> julie: tow truck getting ready and pulled car almost off of route 1 and using more street to divert traffic and get them around the site of this rollover and that's why we are still seeing some backups on route 1 as you approach the site of the accident and expect to be completely clear next 15 and 20 minutes since tow trucks are making a lot of progress. 95 sluggish as approach 128 as well, unrelated to the accident.
reports and cut over to 95. accident on 93 southbound, near route 28 in highly traveled part of 93 south during morning commute. 58 minutes pike eastbound 495 to mass ave and easy 25 minutes and -- i say easy because pretty typical for this time on the expressway. about an hour and ten minutes on 128 southbound from the peabody area >> gene: seven day and notice saturday looks like all rain there and is that going to be enough to help? >> shiri: hoping we get decent rain and ten inches short in boston but can be inch of rain when all said and done and will be helpful. drought monitor gets updated
thursday, pick of most of the rain on saturday. you can see we are talking about the inch of rain for area, inch and a half over cape and islands, that's helpful. we need that. today is going to end up being a dry day, clouds are even overdone here, clouds dropped further south than this and 9:00 this morning we have temperatures mid and upper 50s, a little bit cooler out into southern new hampshire and central massachusetts but we deal with some sunshine and scattered clouds boston to the north and west. south shore and the cape end up being a little cloudier here at noon, see we are hovering close
to 60 in boston but points north and west boston upper 50s, close to 60 for you, 59? in plymouth, we will be on lookout for a little bit of patchy drizzle down there but more than anything i think tap into a little more cloud cover and cape and partly sunny and over to worcester 57? and day tomorrow widely scattered showers during the afrn overnight that you really see the showers picking up in intensity and this is just the beginning of it here. friday knit and into saturday that's when we see most of the rain here we are going to be picking up next several days, so got 60? the next few, clouds are back tomorrow, showers back tomorrow and on and off rain day on saturday, sunday few showers and 63? and few lingering showers monday tuesday and wednesday looking dryer and still partly cloudy and temperature getting all the way
back to you. >> they have nicknames like phantom, menace and nightmare bacteria. they are called super bugs and medical world on high alert. >> that's the things that we and infectious disease have nightmares about because these bacteria become very, very difficult or even impossible to treat with antibiotics. >> sara: resistant to the most powerful elizabeth hopkins talks to the state and what they are doing here in massachusetts to slow down the spread of super bugs. >> knocked down all the walls and now mit taking it a step further. why they say these wooden
special interests that oppose question 2 claim district schools lose money to charter schools. that's "absurd," says the boston herald. "outright lies," reports the lowell sun. charter schools "don't siphon off state dollars" in fact, public schools get more money. the truth is question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. please vote yes on question 2.
>> gene: chairs by nissan and follow one in front of it and six chairs on display and not sure the practical use would be. other than having fun, i guess. nissan decision to roll them out any further would depend on public's response and again, finding out how you would use the things. >> new take on they put on car in tire when don't pay parking tickets. barnacle designed to cover a windshield until they pay and sticks to the glass and 750 pounds of force. once you pay the fine driver gets code to remove the device and trying to remove it without the code and set off an alarm. >> >> sara: they look to remake
similar to the jungle book and debut in april and include music from the original version and lion king debuted in 1994 and earning $1 billion in box office sales. sara: case mcinon and alex snl. >> do you like new york? >> they don't know what they are doing out there driving. man, your drivers suck, man. be part of the career and they come to boston and unbelievable.
can see for yourself and entirety on website. >> sara: i'm big papi and all surprised. >> gene: going to fenway and he was too. good fun. 7:57. days of the slot machine could be numbered. coming up at lure in millennials. >> and we have only got the slight risk of drizzle down across the south shore today. it is going to be windy though and with it comes bigger waves and waves three to 5 feet for high surf advisory for cape and nantucket.
>> sara: a scary diagnosis during a college class.
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melts down. red sox once again division champs and still have plenty to play for. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: get you ready for the day. appreciate you spending time with us thursday morning, september 29th, i'm gene lavanchy. >> brace yourself for another windy day but there's some good places. fox25 meteorologist shiri spear in the stormtracker where clouds are thinning out and sunshine here in dedham. >> all about location today and boston partly sunny and 56?, norwood nice mix of sun and clouds, looking at you sunshine and fitchburg, lawrence, nashua, new hampshire. all in the lower 50s and drizzle in hyannis, new bedford, plymouth, you have pretty thick
southcoast will be cooler, cloudier spots today with risk for showers, look at how blustery it is sustained winds and going to be a little bit wind blown activitying today and i need to brighten up the icon and already partly sunny and stays that way today. overachieving and clear sky further south than clouds, brightest though northward today into the merrimack valley and southern new hampshire and northern massachusetts and 58 to 64 and bright spots and town by town look in couple minutes. julie grauert back now with live drive time traffic and accident update. >> julie: accident route 1 on auto mile showing live pictures finally has been cleared out,
beside the residual delays left over. 93 south at route 28 and route 60 waiting for that to clear and open things up slightly. over on route 1 in saugus, an improvement, a little more room between the cars, usually bumper-to-bumper threw 8:45. here are live drive times, 35 minutes on route 1, 52 minutes on 93 south approaching leverett connector and hour and 20 minutes peabody area to the weston back to you. >> sara: police from several states investigate vermont monlost at sea after boat sank off coast of massachusetts. mother out shipping but never made it home. right now 22-year-old insists never try to harm his mom. fox25 michael henrich is live outside that man's home in vernon, vermont and police already searched the house. >> they went and according to
recovered a handful of things, sim card, computer parts and also a handwritten letter by nathan carman himself. 22-year-old who lives here in vernon, vermont, he is not home right now but told the associate press by phone he would not and did not harm his mother. nathan carman's return to dry land prompting questions from law enforcement and what happened to mother linda lost at sea and dead and why reportedly believe he would be fishing closer to shore and did metal boat have problems before heading out. nathan and linda carman went overnight fishing trip september 17th. freighter found nathan alone in life raft this past sunday. 22-year-old nathan told associated press by his boat sank in matter of minutes and
insisting i don't know how it could have been prevented and trying to come to term with seem like a fact, that my mom really is gone. >> really don't want to say much at all at this point and son doing okay. >> nathan's father clark carman flew east from california to be with his son and nathan has high functioning form of autism commonly known as aspergers syndrome. he is staying a home in middletown connectic none of us know what he went through and i'm sure it was traumatic. >> court documents show it was considered a suspect in 2013 shooting death of wealthy grandfather but never arrested and nathan loved grandfather and mother and would never do anyone any harm.
his life. >> sara: boater told them that carman took the unusual step trim tabs to keep the boat from tipping side to side and boat needed mechanical repairs and carman performing a portion on his own. >> strange situation out of weymouth and sources telling us with duct tape on side of road. >> sara: police spent hours searching ravine to busy stretch of route 18. jessica reyes is live in weymouth with more on the girl's desperate call for help. jess? >> jessica: we moved to the polication the past hour and.
near route 18. this is all around 9:00 last night. we are still working to confirm all the details with police but source tells us the victim herself called 911 while she was in the woods and police able to find her using her sirens and keeping her on the phone. we do have some of the radio calls from police right as they were looking for the teenager girl in the woods. take a listen. >> help me in >> i will put on sirens to hear in the background. >> jessica: moments after that radio call just heard. all of that was happening. police confirmed they responded to another scene that may be involved with investigation. that was over near columbian square in weymouth and still looking into that this morning and still a lot of questions
teenage and hour or two and keep you posted and get that from police. >> sara: new hampshire toddler recovering in boston hospital after getting hit by car in own house. police say the girl's seven-year-old sister was the one behind the wheel. listen to her mom's frantic call for help. >> sara: police considering criminal charges against her mother. >> trip today in rally in bedford this afternoon. tensions are high in the camp. trump reportedly blasting aides
night. >> gene: celebrations taking place in the bronx after a lost to the yankees. tough loss too. go right to the final, sox up three-one and knew toronto lost and division clinched but mark teixeira game winning grand slam off joe kelly. yankees five-three and could cost red sox homefield advantage and tom leyden shows us plenty reasons to party after the game. >> strange circumstances for celebration and certainly didn't put damper on red sox party last night. >> win is win. got to celebrate and great
>> guys who are together, everybody for the same goal and get to where we are right now but still got long way to go. >> great group of guys and can't ask for better brother than what i have here. >> tom: series with yankees and they return home for three against the blue jay's which may be important for homefield advantage. >> shiri: >> shiri: right now temperatures in the 50s, a little bit cool because of the northeast winds but you could
sunny skies to get you into work this morning, break down the cool and damp spots next. >> gene: future of gaming in vegas could look something like this. why they are turning to video games in order to keep the money rolling in. >> thousands of people sick mend on vacation and next how hotel exposed more frank always dreamed of exploring the rainforests
>> gene: shooting taken up rural south carolina community and even with the phone call police say the teen's motives are unclear this morning and all started around 1:45 yesterday afternoon and teachers at townville elementary school in south carolina say the 14-year-old got out of car and opened fire on playground. 16-year-old boy shot in the leg,
they confirmed six cases of legionnaire's to guest employees at la quinta. it causes coughing, fever and muscle aches. officials are now trying to contact anyone who stayed there between july 1st and september september 22nd. >> >> julie: 128 northbound and making pretty good time there. north of the pike 128 southbound problematic for us. approaching 93 and then through lexington. looks like there's a brand-new accident within the last few seconds that popped up on route 1 and going to get you those details right now. looks like it is approaching the tobin southbound at the tobin bridge and that will drive up your drive time on route 1 and here is look at tobin and see a little windy out there, camera bouncing around but heavy, steady volume.
495 to mass ave. 33 minutes on the expressway. about an hour and 20 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> sara: sunny and now super cloudy outside. >> stick around and >> going to be a pattern today and on and off with clouds today and 50 sun verses clouds and watching drizzle possible here on the south shore where that cloud cover is going to stay the thickest today. i could say the same about the cape and southcoast and islands. those are cloudy spots but and holes in clouds and will be partly sunny from time to time and brightest conditions as you go northward and we are facing
potential of inch and a half of rain adding up. drought monitor updating in minutes here and any improvements at all, expect drought monitors going to stay as is this week. 56 in boston right now picture partly to mostly skies, plymouth 57? and because of the northeast winds picking up a lot of moisture today, keeps things cool in the upper 50s, also brings in that potential for some something that you can see near falmouth right now but further travel to the north and west, brighter it is and warmer it is. so lawrence and fitchburg and manchester, new hampshire, low to mid-60s and same combination in worcester 57? and south of boston it is going to tend to be a little more on cloudy side here, so future cast today highlighting the breezy conditions, northwest --
big question is how far south and pretty sharp cutoff to the bright conditions north and west of boston definitely brighter to south and risk for morning drizzle and widely scattered showers during the day and afternoon and overnight we start seeing the rain really pick and up that will continue into your saturday. so we pick up most of the rain here on friday night and during the day on saturday due to on and off showers. sunday few lingering showers. in fact, could say t thing about monday as start to warm up, tuesday and wednesday upper 60s and partly cloudy. back to you. >> now, 8:21. change coming to new hampshire voting booth. what you will now be able to do instantly to tell you voted as cast ballot. and this giant bird's nest could be coming to an office near you. why both google and m.i.t. are betting the companies will start
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at 3:00 p.m. 61 and breezy conditions, barely budging, my friend and 55? here and dry 7:00 and not long-lived. show you when the rain is back even in boston, even in new hampshire, even in worcester coming up. julie back now with live drive time traffic and route 1 southbound and propose the tobin and accident on 128 southbound and this is quite possibly inconvenient place and 128 the slowest and most problematic make way later into the morning commute and on pike eastbound a little bit of volume accumulating by the weston tolls. expressway actually looking okay. live drive times, 32 minutes on route 1, 47 minutes on 93 south but i will be watching 79 minute drive time closely because of that accident. i mentioned that could go
back to you. >> cameras rolling as students went in front of confederate flag outside car window. happened outside newton north high school. >> gene: the video now making rounds and facebook -- on facebook and district not happy about the incident. fox25 live in newton and catherine you just spoke to the person that took the video. >> catherine: after video surfaced most have been harassed and violently threatened by some students after posting the studio. this video making rounds on facebook, other rounds of social media and school calling acts that it captured deeply troubling and student posted to facebook earlier this week and drive through parking lot waving a large confederate flag out the window and according to the principal the incident immediately reported to police
involved and according to the principal the school has taken appropriate action. past hour we spoke with the student that shot the video, car drove by three times the middle of the morning and did that at. here is what he said. >> i'm honestly at loss for words because, you know, one thing to make you fly that flag outside the school but to come to school and right in front of the school and not even respectable way to fly any flag, just out of car just have no words for them. >> and student who shot that video. he believes there were three students in the car, two seniors and a junior. and according to canaan the students were suspended for three days and not concerned about the punishment they get and what needs to happen, school needs to have a broader discussion about race issues
catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: updating news in weymouth. police given update to very scary story late last night. police responded to reports that woman was in ravine off side of busy highway. when they got there she was duct taped. jessica reyes live in weymouth with brand-new information. stories are vague and not full
to pop. >> gene: man accused of assaulting altar boy in the '80s. he was a coordinator at st. brendon church in dorchester when the assault allegedly happened. the victim is now in his 30s and came forward over the summer and walsh was ordained as priest in michigan in 2002 and never placed in parish because of other abuse charges. >> sara: coach on paid leave. described what happened as inappropriate verbal conduct toward players. it is not clear what that means or when it even happened but coach shawn maguire was placed on paid leave while the claims are investigated. we spoke to parents and students who only had good things to say
deserved them. he just wanted the best out of his player and wanted them to perform to the best of the ability. >> i know the family, they are a great family, yes. >> gene: surprised by the allegations? >> very much so. >> sara: school says there are many questions and thanks the community for the patients and support. >> gene: group wants moving faster last year and of the city 20 miles per hour and safety advocates want more dedicated bike lanes and money for construction projects to improve dangerous streets. >> sara: baker will make trip on december 9th and cyber security and digital health innovation and two areas dominate on global scale and 40 business leaders are expected to
and no public money will be able to finance six day trip. sara: curt schilling may be ready to run for office against elizabeth warren. he is a republican and tells tmz sports he may challenge warren if she runs for re-election in 2018. recent poll says trail warren 20 points in head-to-head match-up and he told tmz he wants to run for take selfies, you will be able to take selfies inside the voting booth. granite state law banning pictures of ballots is illegal. law was passed in 2014 and ballot selfies could lead to people selling their votes but the court said that the law's infringement on right to free speech. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. 93 south keeping an eye on drive times, happy to see they are
minutes as you head from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: threat for showers will be in the form of drizzle and really watching areas south of boston so areas like plymouth, down to hyannis, cape, south shore, southcoast, islands, those are more prone locations. i do have an hour-by-hour look in today's wet weather and what to plan for the weekend next. coming up able to as lipped driver and get in shots at new yorkers in the process. >> sara: animal tried to jump right into the suv. >> gene: look at what's trending right now, big story of
>> sara: woman claim when stop to check the damage the deer returned and went on the attack. daniel miller joins us with video of this crazy story. >> daniel: never seen anything like it. that is the deer and township, new jersey say it is unusual for them too. this is the dash cam video and driver of the suv you see hit the deer on rural road and she pulled over to what happens next just outrageous and see the deer coming back for revenge. 200-pound beer got up on to feet and attacked the driver. ellen hit the deer 100 feet back. >> tried to keep from killing me. >> never seen anything like
didn't i would never be able to believe it actually happened deer running in car happened all the time but never happened running into the car. the suv small dent on outside and damage from the deer's antlers on the inside and walked away with >> gene: top loading units have exploded and happened 20 times and suing the company in federal court. samsung investigating why the machines are exploding. meantime telling customers models bought between 2011 and 2016 to only wash bulky items on delicate cycle. ohio woman claims samsung phone started fire in her home.
the woman says that her f7 edge overheated while charging on nightstand. this is not same type of phone and galaxy note seven and another model released at the same time. >> phone overheating from the beginning and screen shots and told them what happened and they sent me the phone back. >> sara: firefighters telling residents who have the model phone to speak with they feel phones are overheating wait two days to get ultra ground and beganning her every week to show the doctors how
she got a cancer diagnoseis and started the treatment and find out this week if her cancer is gone. >> julie: watching slow spots approaching 93 and through the lexington area as past route 3 and down to route 2 and waltham area. 93 south sluggish through medford and into somerville. as we heavy volume after the weston tolls. expressway pretty standard volume right now as head past the gas tank. over to those live drive times, 49 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 38 minutes on the expressway but very happy to report that we are at about hour and 15 minutes 128 southbound, accidents i mentioned about ten minutes ago have been cleared on 128 south so they aren't problematic as i had originally expected them to
back to you. >> gene: prepreweekend. >> shiri: really like friday. of all of those days nicest forecast around town and a lot of on and off clouds in boston and drought monitor there are no new hampshire about 20% of the state and difference in new england is that the extreme drought has expanded into parts of maine now and dealing with ten inch rainfall deficit and tropical systemmisms of rain and one go in the area and inch of rain per day and inch of rain developing in the next couple of
so by sunday and about .8 inches of rain in boston. it is estimate here. let's say about an inch of rain between today and sunday night and cape and islands and most of that will fall friday night and saturday. so for today looking at mostly dry conditions here, by 10:00 this morning we are still going to be in the 50s with some cooler mid-50s out into parts of new hampshire and southward and mostly cloudy skies south of boston here, more and more breaks of sun further north and west you go today, same thing at noon, going to be really close to 60?. get into the 60s where we have the most sunshine today. so again, points north and west of boston, taking up to 61? with partly cloudy skies in bedford, 62 in lawrence and 64 in nashua, new hampshire, looking brightest of all, worcester on and off and boston you should see occasional thin spots in the clouds, temp
cape and not going to add up to much, two/hundred of inch of rain at most. tomorrow when wake up, looking for patchy drizzle and going to find we have spot showers here during the afternoon and as thisths area of low pressure gets closer though friday night and saturday, that's what swings in some of the steadier showers that we really, really need to help with the rainfall deficit. saturd around, rain going to stick around most of the weekend. let's check out the 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view and here it is, we will hover around 60? the next couple days and stay breezy timeframe into the weekend and sunday dryer, still scattered showers, sunday and monday and tuesday and wednesday next week turn partly sunny and temperatures
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>> gene: big papi in new york. >> i go to new york few times a month and they don't know how to drive and don't know what they are doing. your drivers suck. be part of career. when they come to boston, man, look like they are lost in space. unbelievable. >> gene: it is funny. longer clip than what we just showed through -- longer than check out entire thing on website at fox25boston.com. >> a lot more coming your way this morning. couldn't do her own hair so husband stepped and happy about the attention image getting. >> shiri: drizzle south of boston and windy conditions and high surf as well so got waves
>> daniel: police found a teen duct taped in ravine next to busy road and police search for clues that last for hours. >> michael: questions linger as man returns to shore and mother remains lost at sea. how the man is defending himself this morning as we report live outside his >> julie: red sox lost on walk-off grand slam and walk toward the post season. complete new england news coverage starts right now.