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don't want for the weekend and had much of this week slight rain over nantucket and eastern massachusetts and 54 in bedford, 50 in worcester, 49? in portsmouth, new hampshire. so a little bit chilly out there and breezy as well cruises and boston i know we have the rain where it is going to start and more insanity showers and take that long to get any more than say just a little bit mist out there. and rain to developing south to north and going to be a breezy day and heavier rain and here to
drive time traffic and how slow things are through lexington and bright green on the maps right now which is a good sign. heavy, steady volume eastbound on the pike right through the weston tolls and then on the expressway a little volume lingering on zakim bridge as well. here are live drive times, 48 minutes part 495 to mass ave and 25 minutes on expressway and approach the leverett connector. >> kill own nephew in worcester apartment. >> this morning the boy recovering in the apartment and uncle facing attempted murder charges. fox25 stephanie coueignoux is live outside the courthouse in worcester where we are awaiting the man's arrival. stephanie. >> stephanie: likely hearing
again, we will head into court and bring latest at fox25 at 4:00 coming up at 9:30 we will share part of the 911 call with you. stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> julie: we are learning prime suspect in father's murder three years ago. last night police in middletown searched linda carmen's home. linda and son nathan left from rhod two weeks ago. nathan who lives in vermont unable to save the mother who's presumed dead. nathan now being investigated for reckless endangerment and trying trying to make repairs to the boat and learning more about wealthy grandfather. five years ago. mother and grandfather got into fight about nathan's medical care and money. linda was charged allegedly punching father repeatedly in
shot to death in home and linda was the prime suspect. murder remain unsolved and nathan's grandfather left $42 million to four children. >> daniel: investigators in new jersey in deadly and officials plan to download that information from the black box data recorder today and 48-year-old injured in the crash and full cooperating with the investigation. one person died and more than 100 others hurt when the new jersey transit train and crowded into station and why the trains did not activate. crash renewing calls for and install automatic braking system called positive train control. the system is designed to slow down trains which are going too
deadline but congress passed three year extension. however, the mbta does not plan to have it up and running on all trains until 2020. the new braking system will cost the "t" more than $451 million. >> this was breaking on fox25 news at ten and 11 and victims were hit at corner of beacon street. both rushed to the hospital and at least one of them was in critical condition and tow firefighters used ladder truck to rescue the riders. no one was hurt but some
>> it was unstable. >> witnesses say they heard loud grind grinds noises. body lying in state in jerusalem where stood for decades and led u.s. delegation into the funeral and former presidential candidate spoke about while he was president. >> he started off life as israel's brightest student and became best teacher and ended up biggest dreamer. >> gene: he was 93 years old.
reports and next presidential debate. christie says he wasn't asked but would be willing to help if necessary. this as donald trump took campaign to new hampshire and in bedford trying to gain more support and going after democratic rival. >> clinton campaign focuses on small and petty distractions. this will be the year the american people say finally enough is >> julie: questions are swirling whether trump's charitable foundation is operating by the rule. the washington post reports the charity may not have filed the proper paperwork with new york state to collect money from outside donors. if that is true trump's foundation could be ordered to stop raising money and return the money he is already raised. the new york attorney general's office is not commenting whether
>> daniel: eyeing more support in the swing state for hillary clinton. new ad taking aim at donald trump and $10 million for the ad and takes aim at incident last year where trump mocked new york times reporter with disability. trump campaign has yet to comment on that new ad. we are a little more than a week out from the second presidential debate. it is a town hall format at washington university in st. louis, missouri. fox25 has everything you need to online through election day. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. this is a friday that has been pretty manageable and 93 south looking at ride of about 28 minutes as you head from 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: right now in the 50s and we got cloudy skies sending you home from work, also in the 50s but going to be
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" from traditional schools, says the boston globe. 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.
home stand. >> brought dad out for birthday and dad never been here and huge yastrzemski fan and nice to get him away. if you are coming out to one of the games this weekend, sox strongly recommend taking public transportation it is going to be a zoo here and if you plan on coming they want you to be here early as well and sunday's 3:00 p.m. and should be incredible weekend of tributes on big papi farewell tour.
henrich. >> daniel: sox competing with cleveland and texas for homefield advantage and host the wild card winner in divisional series while sox and indians face each other. >> julie: how would you like to eat dinner with ben affleck and matt damon and round it off with tom brady. donate $10 to the omay's campaign and combination of personal charity. matt and ben posted video explaining contest and arguing over which one was better friends and posted details on website and on our social media pages. you can head there fox25boston.com. >> julie: members of gold
and aly raismain had private meeting with the first family and as you can see president not quite as flexible as the gold medal winners. >> daniel: he tried. lady gaga announced she will take the stage in houston for super bowl. there was no confirmation until now. this is the second year in a row she will make an appearance. last house with her version of the national anthem. remember that. it is here on fox25 february 5th. the question is who would you rather see her perform with and who do you think will join us? >> brainstorming. i would say the cast of hamilton. world would collide.
springsteen. >> we thought about adele and might not happen because styles are totally different. >> name every pep lar artist right now and then we will call it good. we will be right about one of them and that's when traffic. that means julie, move on. i do want to move on to video of bran two inbound and outbound trains running today, inbound train run off at 8:00 a.m. and another one leaves at 5:22. outbound train and next one arrive at 5:22. full schedule will begin in november and great news for people that use fitchburg line in the area. look at drive time on 93 south and as far as the roads are concerned, they are moving along on 128 and pike eastbound right
still a little backed up on the videotape. as for live drive times, 15 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin and we just changed from yellow to green. means making improvements and improvements weather world. >> not happening as of now and big walk for us at the hat shell and we need and make umbrella. glassglasses. >> rescue for showers out there and whole lot more of dry brakes and light rain toward nantucket, elbow of the cape as well and watching for showers to approach boston probably just after lunchtime here and somewhere
got clouds now, 52?, a little bit of breeze. going to be even windier along the coastline again today but showers here between two and 3:00 and downpours there and areas of heavy rain through the evening and talk about temperatures struggling to get up to the 60 degree mark. i think couple pops of 60s but a lot of you will get stuck in upper 50s including boston worcester and areas north of the mass pike today and 9:00 this morning and nantucket on the cape and noon time and southeastern mass and providence, rhode island, not reaching boston and timeline was much faster, now it locks like it is going to take until one or 2:00 to see some rain and pockets of heavier rain in place by the evening commute and
over the next several days and risk in worcester and southern new hampshire as well getting and be ready for the showers. 10:00 p.m., what do you know, more scattered showers, same and setting up things will be damp the walk going to be damp, experts are going to be great, very high. on the go i hope you have the fox25 weat heavy rain during the evening and fade just slightly here and bring rain and start pulling away, still stuck with these gusty northeast winds that will be pulling enough moisture i think to fuel a couple spot showers and next weather maker going to be moving toward us from the west. temperaturewise we got a lot of 50s for the weekend,
degrees here on sunday with those spot showers, monday as that next weather maker comes through. couple scattered showers as well at 65?. tuesday drizzly and 63. slowly that sun coming back here between wednesday and thursday, thursday, by the way, back up to 70?. there's a little something to look forward to. back to you. >> julie: there's turkey trouble outside a local bank and how the
bird kept bay. >> why one man forced to put
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>> julie: seeing alligator in florida not unusual. seeing 50 of them, that's different. group of cyclist shot the video right here of lake that they passed on ride earlier this week. all of those mounds in the water, those are lake to the other. man that shot the video says he was stunned. >> i have never seen that many. i have seen maybe ten or 15 in that pond before. >> this is significantly more than ten or 15. video has started going viral. people who live in this part of florida driving to the lake to see if they can catch a glimpse of that unusual site. >> daniel: capital of entire country went dark all to take in one of nature's most stunning light shows. check out this video here.
this is just one of pictures filling up social media on iceland. the bbc off the city street lights to give everyone there an amazing view of the northern lights. they had only planned to turn off the lights from ten to 11 but the northern lights didn't show up quite on time so they kept the lights off until midnight. residents were also asked to turn off the lights at home to cut down on light pollution as you can see the results were spectacular. >> julie: looks like instagram filter. man from north dakota gets to leave out dream of every sports fan around the world. david johnson at yesterday's practice round which is a huge golf tournament and heckling player about pup they were having trouble with and, in fact, first told the golfer he was just giving him a hard time. golfers offered him $100 to make
celebrate with fist pump and crowd goes wild. so how did he deal with the pressure? >> closed my eyes, and happened to go in. that's cool. >> julie: olympic medalist rose gave $100 for hitting the putt. >> check out reaction. watch the move. >> isn't that kind of tiger woods. has siat >> not sure. >> replicating it. >> congratulations. can you imagine if he missed that? >> seem more likely to miss it than make it. good for him and now he has the video to prove it. >> imagine me missing it, that's for sure. hurricane matthew that's what we are watching in the caribbean. move toward jamaica, cuba, likely going to be a major hurricane and by day five moving into the southern bahamas and
this weekend keep eye on rain. >> daniel: with respect kidnapped at work and why mailman should lose his job even though he didn't have anything to do with
the crime. >> catherine: woman was sexually assaulted in the neighb i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she's a slob. a person who's flat chested is very hard to be a 10. does she have a good body? no. does she have a fat [expletive]? absolutely. do you treat women with respect?
complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: downtown boston kind of gray outside. dry, which is good for now. >> morning commute was dry. >> yes. >> enjoyed that. >> shiri: julie thankful. >> julie: this afternoon more of challenge. >> shiri: right now light rain over nantucket and inching toward the cape but running into a lot of dry air, not progressing very effectively and nantucket, orleans, couple rain drops, a lot of lower 60s out that way 57 natick and just the clouds, my friend, a little cooler here in worcester at 5051? and we are going to go with the potential for a little
southeastern massachusetts and 3:00 p.m. 58? and 7:00 this evening and how much rain could add up between today and end of the weekend, that's coming up in less than ten and live drive time traffic. >> julie: look at map and concentrated to little sliver of 93 right around improving on pike weston tolls and live look at zakim and between zambrano and leverett connector and here are live drive time, 32 minutes pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave and 18 minutes on expressway and 23 minutes 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. >> daniel: police searching for a man that sexually assaulted a woman in jamaica plain. >> julie: fox25 catherine parrotta live in jamaica plain
in a week. catherine? >> catherine: happened here in place behind me and out of view and place that's being renovated right now, home that's under construction and gives a little bit of lay of the land here. police are investigating this. again, not one but two sexually assaulted here in jamaica plain. the latest just happening >> catherine: two reported sexual assaults prompting that reaction. >> i used to live in this area and never heard of anything like that happening and so frequently too. >> catherine: boston police say the latest incident happened quarter of two thursday morning near gay head and mendon street and woman told them a man wearing a mask approached her, showed a gun, forced him -- her
sexually assaulted her and toward waldon street and not the only sexual assault incidentally and another incident happened thursday night around 10:00, the victim was victim who had been walking on jamaicaway with come pannian and both are under investigation and police haven't said if the same suspect may be involved and those that live and work in the area are on alert. >> i'm particularly very vigilant, don't walk with headphones for those reasons and didn't hear of anything like this happening before. that's shocking. >> police urging to be on alert, be vigilant like woman you just heard from and continue to investigate this and trying to find the suspect or suspects and asking for the public's help.
>> julie: family says school committee and dozen school employees failed to respond to the incident which happened at summer football camp in 2013. court documents say the boy was held down by teammates and assaulted with broomstick. three teens were charged as juveniles. the suit names school's former football coach and exsuperintendent as defendants. the family seeking at least $300,000 in damages. >> daniel: man will go before a judge kill his three-year-old nephew. he actually dialed 911 and confessed to the crime. stephanie coueignoux live outside the worcester courthouse where the arraignment will take place this morning. >> stephanie: 21-year-old appears before the judge in the courtroom right here behind me. police say this all started when
>> told three-year-old nephew and left him inside the apartment. >> this is part of the 911 call yesterday and relaying the message that man called 911 saying he just killed three-year-old nephew. police identified the man as 21-year-old taj mcdonald and police arrived on country club best found three-year-old on couch with injuries to face and was he immediately brushed to the hospital. man who wanted to remain anonymous told us he was outside when heard the boy crying but wasn't sure what was going on. >> sounded like he was screaming but pretty much crying and sometimes screaming but don't know if he was in pain. i don't know, i have no idea. >> sky fox flew over the scene
evidence. mcdonald charged with number of counts, including attempted murder and indecent assault and battery on a child under 14. this will be the first time we see mcdonald in court in person. we will be heading inside and very latest on fox25 on air and online at fox25boston.com. in worcester, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> daniel: braintree police searching attacked outside movie theater. one of them ran into the lobby amc theater to ask for help and both are expected to survive. police say attacker was gone by the time officers arrived. theater remained opened while investigators searched for clues. >> catherine: manhunt forced students to shelter in place. this is a picture of one of the
men broke into a home yesterday morning and at least one of them had a gun. the suspects took two safes from the home but dropped them when officers arrived. police quickly captured two of the men and spent hours searching for the other two. during that time officers made sure students at local schools were safe. >> when school dismissal time what the thieves were after but applied to warrant. >> daniel: warning neighbors about concerned credit card scam. woman picked up mail and one of the envelopes had address but had a different name. later man showed up at front door asking for mail that belonged to him and she refused and called 911. man barged his way book looking for the mail. inside was credit card suspect applied for with stolen
game. puts in mailbox and grabs out of the mailbox and gone. >> daniel: fortunately police were on the way to the house and arrested the suspect. man is from new york and investigators believe he is part of larger crime ring and police say to call them if you get something delivered to your house with someone else's name >> julie: half empty beer cans found on appleton street and had company remove them. >> find needles disposed of everywhere. >> no safe place any more. >> julie: area known for heavy drug use. gloucester police investigating pipe bomb found in the middle of the field. it was discovered yesterday morning by environmental police on ferington avenue.
called to the scene and determined it had already exploded. >> daniel: reported assault turns out to be lie and 18-year-old woman in weymouth called police she had been assaulted, bound with duct tape and left in ravine. recovering the story all morning long yesterday and now admitted to making whole story up. police say she came clean yesterday after someone questioned her. no word yet if she will face any charges. this morning lawyer for wal-mart employee accused of setting is mentally ill and hearing voices at the time of the fire set in several locations inside the store bridge store. she is now urging the -- he is now urging state to commit crews so she can undergo mental evaluation. crews expected back in court next tuesday. >> julie: man convicted of murder in new hampshire won't be able to reveal the sexual
argued lizzie marriott sexual history proved he didn't intend to kill her but past was protected because she was victim of set. >> daniel: dog in foxborough recovered after getting trapped in mud kit. nearly dried up pond near liberty square road yesterday. people heard the dog making noises and called for help. firefighters say it looked like the dog had been there for awhile and only head and front legs were visible. it was taken to a checked over. >> daniel: look at unusual standoff at local bank. turkey keeping customers captive inside the century bank in broadway in somerville. see customers carefully squeezing around to get inside and employee had to monitor the door letting people in in and o. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. 93 south right now if heading out the door things pretty
>> tell you how much rain. inch or even more rain focus of the heaviest stuff over southeastern mass this started and all the way through the weekend. time out the heaviest showers coming up. >> daniel: man stuck in home for 13 hours. how mother
nature made the situation even worse. >> julie: plus white cloud follows truck as it is out of
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>> daniel: callahan tunnel forced to shut down. surveillance video captures the problem and shows the truck coming out the other end and leaving cloud of white dust in its wake and make sure it was safe for other drivers. no one was hurt. >> julie: man caught on camera kidnapping is now in custody. this chilling surveillance video shows the suspect dragging the victim out of the convenience store where she worked. forced her into a car and drove off. hours later she managed to escape. police say the suspect stalked the woman for weeks. he was caught after a police
right past coastal carrier and trips over here right here and instead of noticing something wrong drops the mail off and walks out. >> daniel: tulsa oklahoma police officer betty shelby is charged with first degree manslaughter. two weeks ago she shot and killed crutcher after he was on the street and she pled not guilty and there will be a preliminary hearing. >> catherine: some complaining about galaxy note seven replacement. some batteries on new phones are overheating and samsung say they are working properly. earlier this month they recalled 2 million note seven while charging. >> daniel: big box store wal-mart buying company called
$16 billion. earlier this year purchased jet.com for $3 billion and despite wal-mart big moves share price up 23% this year. >> julie: looking at we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes and things very much improved and looks like 4:00 a.m. than 9:00 a.m. on weekday morning and still seeing a little bit of volume and fine and a lot of space between cars on zakim bridge. here are live drive times, 13 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin and 22 minutes on 128 southbound from peabody to the weston tolls. >> daniel: october coming in with rain showers. >> shiri: eager to see david
for the game tonight and game tomorrow and seeing fewer showers around on sunday so hopefully with any issues around there and massive moisture crawling toward us today and taking over as we head into the weekend right now this chunk of rain going to impact primarily eastern massachusetts here traveling through the rest of the morning and by noon time we have some probably lighter showers over massachusetts and timeline slowed since this morning. around 2:00 p.m. we should see the showers start to move into the boston area up to about the mass pike, but the problem is by 5:00 this afternoon we are then starting to add some downpours on top of that. so once things get wet they could escalate pretty rapidly here and for the evening hours even though it is not a guarantee or downpours pass over boston they will be pretty close and monitoring them. kevin lemanowicz will start
intensify closer to 8:00 p.m. and worcester 53 and norwood and plymouth and hyannis today. see upper 50s in boston both days and beverly both days, nashua down to worcester even a little bit cooler, lower 60s over southeastern mass and tomorrow will end up being the wetter of the two days. low pressure is so close, it is really going to help spawn showers both morning, afternoon, 3:00 p.m. look at downpours. hoping we can actually get them out of the way before the sox game tomorrow night. but i do still have indications showers around and more hope we will be mostly cloudy but mostly dry and still got northeast wind coming off the water though
spot shower if anything and going to be moving toward us and that's going to help stir up some monday showers. so 60 today if you're lucky, going to be breezy and afternoon showers popping up and rain on and off throughout the day tomorrow and on sunday 62 spot showers remain by monday and get ready for drizzle on tuesday and brightening up and fox25 morning crew at walk to cure diabetes and ready to have some fun and sure hope to see and you i hope you make it through the weekend
tomorrow rain or shine on esplanade. you could register at the walk or make a donation online to raise money for life-changing research. fox25 news team will kick off the walk at 10:15 from the hat shell stage followed by music and family friendly celebration. oktoberfest sure fun but what about bar tobiner 50. it is adopt a shelter dog month and two great sunday at 11:00 a.m. to enjoy great beer, great company, games and music by one and only keytar bear. proceeds will benefit shelter dog and animal rescue league of boston. and boston innovation and design center and celebrate new artistic and culinary talent in the city to enjoy delicious food and listen to new local bands and admire incredible original
>> julie: cdc says zika outbreaks in philadelphias and number of other countries. zika and some residents are actually immuned. common painkillers like ibuprofen and naproxen linked to heart problems. those painkillers nonsteroidal antiinflammatory. researchers looked at data 10 million people and found those currently using one of the painkillers 19% higher risk of heart failure. experts say that's because they
metabolism which can contribute to heart problems. >> daniel: parents in missouri face a slew of charges and prosecutors say the couple was hiding marijuana operation inside a camper inside the property. parents are accused of making kids ages eight to 13 help grow, process and to support family and sign in dining room says unruly children will be forced to pick weed. >> my heart really goes the kids and can't imagine being raised in family where that were the case. kids now in state custody. >> julie: man couldn't find keys late wednesday night and tried to break into own home through basement window and feet got stuck and left hanging upside down and things bad to worse and basement started to
close to dead and found the man and called for help. the man is now doing okay. >> julie: when woman opened domino's chicken wing box there was $5,000. she returned the money. >> i can't keep it, crazy amount of money. >> julie: do y would keep $20? five grand, don't think so. dominoes the cash was supposed to be delivered to the bank and woman getting free pizza for a year and employer giving her a week off with pay. >> daniel: see what happens
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