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what we know about trooper's condition this morning and motorcycle driver. >> kim kardashian robbed and stole millions of dollars of jewelry. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody,. now 7:00 on monday morning. it is october 3rd. we appreciate you being with us this morning. i'm gene lavanchy.
after a soggy weekend we are not done. shiri spear will be back today along with few showers and stormtracker weather center with what time things turn gray again. >> not quite done with the clouds and breaks in the cloud cover in boston, norwood, lawrence, out to worcester, and again, the clouds were going to revamp again as we go through the morning hours and day where we see more clouds than anything else. 50s down to 49? and nashua, new hampshire, with cooler weather has come fog, supports, really struggling, dense fog up that way and a little bit of light fog toward worcester, norwood and plymouth and going to last until 8:00 a.m. and after that we are going to start at least the process of clearing out the fog. see clouds hang pretty tight today, mostly cloud neboston, 9:00 a.m. temperatures, lower 60s and get into the middle
further inland and shower pop up this afternoon and looking at areas mostly outside of 495 and highs today 66 to 72?. i do have a little town by town look coming up in couple minutes. julie grauert back with live drive time traffic this morning and look at the expressway. >> julie: expressway is where the volume south of the pike is concentrated and it is from the braintree split up to right around morrissey boulevard. as we shift north things a little bit slow on 93 south starting in stoneham and into somerville. out to route 1 in saugus where the volume very typical for 7:00 a.m. on a weekday morning. here are live drive times, 29 minutes on route 1. we are up to an hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 42 minutes on 128 south from peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. >> all right, 7:02 this morning. patriots embarrassing loss to the bills. they lost to the bills yesterday? avthought now this morning as team prepares to welcome back
suspension expired at midnight which means he is back and he will be playing this weekend. >> sara: we are all so excited. fox25 jessica reyes live at gillette stadium where fans are anticipating number 12's return to practice later on today. jess? >> jessica: four game suspension, it is finally officially over here at gizelle miranda, it ended at midnight and comes one day after that awful loss to the bills here at home. the patriots ever shutout loss view show you from lady in brookline. brady here getting ready to head back on to the field. this was him yesterday at dexter south school, seen with two other guys, looking to be to be some sort of workout. as for the patriots, it was a very bad day all around for them yesterday as they got shut out by the bills at home. the defense missed several tackles and missed field goal making for 16-zero loss to the bills, first ever shutout loss
after that game, and it is safe to say he is definitely looking forward to having brady back. >> jacoby going out there, much respect to him, going out there and doing what he did, obviously exciting to get tom back. >> jessica: also last night the nfl players association tweeted they did not plan to file any more appeals in the deflategate case saying after consultation with tom brady and to pursue additional additional matters. after two long years deflategate is finally over. along with fans, players are ready to have tom brady back. he was so excited he couldn't sleep last night and we will be hearing from him coming up in about 30 minutes. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: state trooper working a traffic detail after the patriots game with serious injuries this morning.
the wrong way. fox25 catherine parrotta live outside boston medical center where that trooper remains hospitalized this morning. catherine? >> catherine: i just heard back from state police within the past half hour or so and told me it was expected that the state trooper would be kept overnight for observation here at boston medical center. the motorcyclist was taken to beth israel hospital and it was expected that he will be arraigned at some point as well in charge, but police say all of this hand when the motorcyclist was trying to them. >> state trooper doing his job and hope he is okay. >> catherine: when adam left the stadium he didn't expect the dramatic scene coming off the field. >> motorcycle coming up fast and why is it coming up so fast. >> catherine: state police say jose perez rodriguez trying to get away from state troopers and
>> i pulled in the median and ran up to the trooper first and he was laying face down. i shook his leg a few times and i said sir, are you okay? are you okay? there was no response from him yet, a lot of blood on the ground from the head area. >> lauren and other witnesses rushed next. >> when he came to he said i didn't do anything wrong, i'm a good person, i have my permit. >> he was just yelling okay, leave me alone, i want to leave. >> both were taken to the hospital for the injuries. the trooper expected to be the motorcyclist taken to jail. state police say motorcyclist was expected to be released last night and, of course, when he he is arraigned it will be happening at state police district court but state police didn't know the timeline for this. i will get the details. for now catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: state police confirmed to us one person was killed in early morning crash in
from route 128 to route 124. one person was trapped in the car which ended up on its route. police have not released the name of the driver. >> gene: big meeting scheduled today in the case of connect woman presumed drowned at sea. linda carman has been -- in the been seen since setting out on road trip with her son. the boat sank off the coast of rhode island. nathan carman was rescued after spending week in life raft. the investigation is stretched from rhode island to vermont and connecticut. today the coast guard and o connecticut to discuss their investigation. fbi may also be part of that. according to search warrant nathan carman is being investigated for reckless endangerment resulting in death. >> sara: this morning federal investigators say more debris needs to be removed from the hoboken train station before they can investigate further. flying debris killed a young mother. the national transportation safety board is hoping to recover a second event recorder from the camera from the cab of the train after disappointing results from the recorder that they already found.
working was more than 20 years old and experts still hopefully the second recorder which is newer will provide them with information about the team's speed, brakes and throttle position. witnesses say the train was going too fast when it entered the station. the train's engineer told ntsb he doesn't remember the train's speed just before the crash. he says he was fully rested but only remembers waking up on the floor of the cab. >> gene: one of the men charged with killing two taunton brothers ago will finally face a judge. kevin and shawn vargas were killed in their apartment in 2008. shawn's two sons sages four and two were inside the apartment and they were not hurt. two men, keith cox and matthew lander have been indicted by a grand jury. cox will be in court today and launder will be arraigned at later date. >> gene: search continues for whoever opened fire at historic dedham ballroom.
still recovering. outside moseley on bridge street early saturday morning as police search for evidence. it happened as party was leaving the ballroom. the victims are from mattapan and dorchester. it is not clear if they were at the party before the shooting. >> sara: recent arrest of the district superintendent and physical education teacher. mary delai charged with operating under the influence. she was arrested on august 25th but parents just the weekend. >> that's the worst part about it. it should have been taken care of back in august. >> i don't think it is a great example to be set for the kids. >> anthony alteir was arrested and charged with domestic assault. he was briefly put on leave but allowed to return days later. it was superintendent that made the decision and they will have information on both cases after
discrimination on gender identity in public and also allows transgender people to use the bathrooms and locker rooms that correspond with their gender identity but not everyone is happy about it. the massachusetts family institute is hoping to put a question on future ballot calling for the repeal of the measure. gene: supreme court starts new term this week and one of the biggest questions this year is one they can't answer. voters choose whether hillary clinton or donald trump will hold the power of appointing new judge. this is the first time since 1968 that vacancy in the president. if trump wins the election republicans would likely continue to hold the majority of the court but if clinton wins it would be the first time since 1969 that the supreme court would lean left. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. on expressway we are up to 31 minutes and i think we will stay around 30 to 40 minutes for the next hour or so unless something major happens and then i will let you know. shiri? >> shiri: i will check back in with you soon, julie.
cloudy skies, couple lucky folks seeing a little bit of sunshine now and same for the drive home. few bright spots but a few stormy spots. i will show you the extent of today's rain and tomorrow's showers coming up next. >> daniel: >> gene: 7:11. local family asking for prayers as hurricane matthew is coming and preparing for a direct h information about kim kardashian
>> sara: new this morning the police in paris are searching for are a group of armed gunman that stole million of dollars and jewelry from kim kardashian and that's not all and kim kardashian was part of that. >> daniel: reality star says robbery happened three in the morning paris time and also new this hour and tied kardashian up in the bathroom. she had been staying in paris for passion week. two men dressed as police officers held her at gunpoint and stole millions of dollars in
including 5 million-dollar ring. spokes says she is shaken up but not physically hurt if the deal. her husband was on new york concert when heard the news. >> i'm sorry family emergency. i have to stop the show. >> kanye west left the venue and not clear where the two young children were during the robbery but kim kardashian left paris on private jet and they are looking for as many as reality star had another encounter bizarre last week in paris and notorious celebrity harasser tried to kiss kim kardashian back side and he was tackled and later arrest. >> gene: this guy in france not happy with apple's customer service and took matters into his own hands.
store and started smashing all the iphones on display and used heavy steel ball to crush the screens. man was mad at apple for not giving him his money back and he was eventually arrested. >> tell you about the "t," grown line because of disabled train at copley and also delays on red of disabled train at wollaston and take you out to the roads 128 southbound approaching 93. on 93 slow going from stoneham through medford and into the somerville area and this accident just happened within the last few minutes and looks like might be on zakim bridge and actually storrow drive eastbound right at the o'neill tunnel. as we shift over to the pike things moving along fine. 26 miles per hour and decent
northbound, even southbound as you head over to 128 seeing that volume build. here are live drive times, 29 minutes on the expressway. almost an hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 20s minutes 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. back to you. >> >> 7:17 on monday morning and tracking what's happening with hurricane matthew this haiti. went through earthquake and still rebuilding from that. >> gene: fair share of problems to deal with. about an hour away from getting more details on this? >> shiri: yes. at 8:00 a.m. we get intensity update and hurricane hunters and satellite give new intensity forecast. track does not change at 8:00 a.m. but come 11:00 a.m. there might be some tweaks. this is what i can tell you hurricane matthew is monster,
southeastern bahamas and sitting off the coast of the carolinas and there's a huge margin of error as we start talking day five and potential of the center of the storm to be within the cone. feet, not inches, cuba, haiti, jamaica, bahamas, sliding, talk about loss of life and property it is oftentimes the storm surge that does the possible local impacts over the weekend or next week and long-term forecast where it becomes and updates coming at 8:00 a.m. and partly to mostly cloudy skies and on and off fog and not dense fog and something might notice substantially thick
back in the 60s, mid-60s, but by 1:00 p.m. i got the risk of storms and i will continue that risk through the afternoon and the evening hours for inland towns and cities like worcester, fitchburg, or nashua, new hampshire. boston likely stays dry at 67?, upper six for -- sixties for the coast and also how much break of sunshine you get today and boost you a little bit warmer and sunshine at noon and see disturbance will fuel the afternoon storms and looking in spots like central massachusetts, merrimack valley, southern new hampshire, westward, a lot of the storm are going to be slowly pushing westward so the coastline i do have some quiet conditions getting you home from work today but into work tomorrow we got more patchy drizzle and fog that was 7:00 a.m. tomorrow and afternoon finally dry armors on in and see improvement. 7-day forecast with the weekend
thunderstorms around tomorrow, slight risk of that morning drizzle and then gradual clearing at 62. mid-60s and much brighter on wednesday. 70 back with partial sun on thursday and friday and for the weekend temperatures in the upper 60s and possible impacts from matthew we will be watching closely. back to you. >> 7:20, headlining super bowl next year and keep eyes for laid gee gaand why she could pop up at neighborhood bar. it was the weekend of big papi. we take a look back of all the fenway tributes at number 34 and permanent ones stay in boston
action plan. initiative includes detailed strategies for making roads safer for everyone including drivers, bikers and pedestrians. the mayor hopes the plan will help eliminate serious and deadly crashes by 2030. >> north shore community college and danvers campus and closest bus stop 5 miles away and school students to to and from campus. >> hbo released first trailer for the documentary. >> kind of heals everybody. >> that was solleft cork rin, one of the many survivors feature in the new film. the documentary will detail the attack and weeks followed including struggles and
responders and premiers next month. >> gene: weekend long celebration of big papi. >> this bat is like david ortiz, it is pure gold. >> gene: red sox honor david ortiz before the final regular season game. the team announced plans to retire number 34 next season and renamed a bridge near the park in honor of big papi. when talking about his family and the fans. >> i want to think all of you, the fans. thank you. thank you very much. >> ortiz did not get hit in final game yesterday but received a huge ovation after last at bat. red sox lost to toronto two-one and what does that mean for the playoffs. means red sox didn't get homefield advantage. playoffs will start coming up on thursday in cleveland with game
off day and come to boston game three on sunday and if necessary game four on monday if this one goes the full fifty-fifth and deciding game of the series it will be wednesday october 12 negligent cleveland. so got that series to look forward to. >> exciting time. >> everybody got to see a little bit of good stuff. >> sara: shiri. >> shiri: hopefully we can shake the rain for the games coming up. cool wet rainy stretch in boston and below average temperatures and finally we are warming up and above average temperatures sunshine next. >> stephanie: local family that lost daughter in haiti six years ago is watching the tropics this morning as
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>> gene: look at skyline and back bay at the common so that is encouraging. we like to see things brightening up finally and start a new workweek. >> sparkly out there, shiri. a little bit. >> thinking sun might have been broken and there it is early this morning and breaks in the clouds in boston and thicker clouds though in central mass and southeastern as well and partly cloudy in worcester at 54? and hollis at 48 and chilly spots in southern new hampshire now experiencing some fog. mid-50s will do for you natick, medway over to lynn and milton, boston at 58? and see that we got the little strip of blue sky in there and then we are partly to mostly cloudy right now at hanover at 56?, duxbury 55 and mar which mid-50s and day planner will involve just the little bit of sunshine. don't get too excited for it. it is not lasting all day.
time 67?, we got upper 60s here at 3:00 p.m. and inland chance for some storms. it is going to be one of the brighter spots at times this afternoon which helps to warm things up but also helps spark some of the storm popping up so going to be watching specifically inland towns and cities, coast and cape upper 60s here we come with on and off clouds and time out the showers for you in just ten minutes and get you over to julie grauert now with live drive time traffic this morning looking north of the pike. >> like how you're expectations saying don't get too excited and don't get too excited about the traffic volume either and still relatively manageable. 128 southbound a little bit slow as you approach 93, pretty typical delays on 93 south. woburn through medford and then in to somerville. south of the pike expressway slow and typical issues we have seen and heavy steady volume
minutes on the expressway and hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. back to you. >> gene: right now hurricane matthew has his eyes set on the caribbean and islands like jamaica and haiti are bracing for direct hit from the powerful category four storm. >> sara: this news is especially unsettling for a local family who spent years building an orphanage in haiti. stephanie coueignoux has been talking with say heavy rain is already falling there. >> i did a skype interview with one of the directors there, jonathan lamare, and told me it is eerily quiet right now. it is raining lightly but they are expecting up to 40 inches of
es and they are still trying to recover have the earthquake. brittany gengel killed while she was on emissions trip. ahead of the hurricane the orphanage taken 30 women and children from the local village and also boarding upwinds, filling generators and gathering food. lamare says his biggest concern though is spreading the word about these potentially hurricane. >> people don't know there's a hurricane coming because there's no system in place to alert them. i think the local cell provider sends message saying there's a hurricane coming but didn't come until last night at midnight so lack of knowledge about coming storm. >> very first time the orphanage had to activate the emergency plan and lamare says because the storm is moving so slowly they
prepare and haiti issued travel warnings and also issued for jamake and bahamas. >> gengel family has been through so much and they have done so much for the kids over in haiti right now week only hope they are all okay. >> shiri spear has been watching the storm since we talked about it few days ago and started to intensify and everybody wants to know what's th and how is it going to affect us potentially and too far out. >> really far out. system not playing by the book here. been very hard to predict. hurricane matthew 130 miles per hour winds right now sustained and those winds 25 miles per hour from the center and damaging force 200 miles and isn't a single point, this is a storm that will have lasting impacts over the caribbean.
there could be as much as 40 inches of rain and big problem with that flooding and mud slides and wind with this are so strong as major hurricane and expected to sit off the coast of carolinas but i could tell you we need wiggle room with the storm and example of spaghetti plots we call them and expected center of the storm to go and you could see there's so much variation here as we get into late weekend, even close attention to the storm as it becomes in better focus for local impacts. back to you. >> gene: after four game suspension tom brady is back. number 12 deflategate punishment ended at midnight. live at gillette this morning where the buzz is all about brady.
>> weei already spoken with brady this morning and brookline yesterday and brady to get back on to the field and this is him in brookline as southfield and two other guys doing some sort of workout and as for the patriots, they got megged field goal making for 16-zero loss and history of gillette stadium. coming up the brutal loss fans more excited than ever to have brady back. >> i can't wait for him to get back and other guy with the
he did his best. >> also last night the nfl player's association tweeted they did not plan to have more in deflategate case and consultation with tom brady and appellate council we have decided not to pursue more. after two long years deflategate is officially finally over once and for all. the players are very excited to have brady back. actually heard from gronk and now. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: police investigate crash in brockton that left a hole in a home. happened on north main street yesterday. driver lost control of car, snapping a telephone pole in half before hitting the house. witness tells us he had to think fast to get out of the car's path. >> driving down the road kind of fast and saw him cross the line, double lines and i pulled over because going toward me and ended hitting telephone pole in the house.
not hurt. the 31-year-old driver went to the hospital with minor injuries. no word yet on what caused the driver to lose control. >> medical emergency being blamed for crash in dedham. driver of pickup truck lost control and went through brick wall before clipping the corner of this house. happened on town line with boston. the man that lives in the house tells fox25 and saved his wife's life and structurally sound repairs. >> this morning dozens of students at dartmouth college are out of their dorm rooms because investigators say a grill sparked a large fire over the weekend. they say the students left the charcoal grill unattended on roof of dorm early saturday morning. the flames were only discovered when the fire lee harmon -- alarm went off and all of them were able to escape unharmed. the damage has forced more than 70 students to relocate.
one north shore town to ban short-term rental couples like airbnb. one man shot and killed at party in lynnfield. group rented party online and owner thought it was for a small reunion of college friend and more than 100 people showed up to herald says lynnfield leaders debating ordinance to ban rentals shorter than 30 days. so far there have been no arrests in the killing. >> sara: the only living person of interest in the gardner museum heist does not land to make a death bed attorney for 80-year-old robert gentile tells the globele that his client is not revealing about the stolen artwork is. talked about heist because health is failing but he reportedly said, quote, there's no paintings. he has never been charged in 1990 robbery. the fbi believes people connected with philadelphia mob were behind it. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. as it continues to change good morning, everyone. new accident on 128 southbound.
from burlington into lexington and slow spot to work way into and leave at least 15 minutes early to accommodate for the new accident. shiri? >> shiri: he have sun shining in some spots like west boylston and messy morning drive into work and 50s out there this morning and things brighten up for some of you and what time they >> gene: fall corn fields can be dangerous and how entire community came together to find a three-year-old who was lost in the stall beings for hours.
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>> sara: race for the white house donald trump dealing with controversy surrounding old reality tv show. >> daniel: apprentice making allegations with the show and including members of the crew and editors tell the associated press that donald trump's years on reality show he repeatedly demanded women with sex language and talked about size of breast and which ones he would like to have sex with and unsubstantiated and totally false in the statement and comes as presidential candidate dealing with tax returns and released by new york times and loss of nearly $1 billion on 1995 tax returns and experts say that could have allowed him to
responded saying he knows tax laws better than anyone and only one that can fix them and responding to audio of hillary clinton about his supporters and sound comes back from february and posted online following a hack into the democratic staffers e-mails. in the audio sanders supporters new to politics, great recession and living in parents while some of the comments did bother him he thinks the audio shows he and hillary clinton agree on many things. eve to cleveland, ohio lebron james has announced he is endorsing clinton for president. clinton, quote, a champion for children and their futures. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news.
release trump on hillary clinton and was going to release and report was canceled because of security concerns. wiki leak says assange will speak on video chat at press conference in berlin. >> sara: today president obama will outline south by southwest lawn festival and big name appearances leo will discuss environmental issues and decab rio climate documentary before the flood and several acts will also perform. >> sara: lady gaga heading out what she calls dive bar mini tour and run of concerts will be smaller and intimate than recent
boulevard. >> shiri: hoping to put positive spin on it. >> gene: hoping for better news. okay. >> shiri: afternoon rain chances dropping and super slow the week and we have the disturbance to get through first and as this approaches it is going to increase some of the clouds and rain risk as we get into the afternoon. i just want to point out 9:00 a.m. temperatures starting to see the first lower 60s popping and yes, we do have a couple of those breaks in the clouds. we have a couple more at noon time. again, don't get too excited. you could see more than anything i have clouds on my map here. but at noon time temperaturewise it is mid to upper 60s shortly after that starting between one and two and we start to see
to stay alert to showers out there will be central massachusetts, merrimack valley, southern new hampshire, and westward. those are the more likely areas. boston probably stays dry today with just on and off clouds, but where we get the showers, especially focused right around the worcester area, we are looking at potential for some locally heavy rain on very localized downpours and also some hail that go along with some of the storms. temperaturewise today boston headed into the upper 60s, same in quincy, down to brkl framingham and maynard and 65 in worcester, you could see the storm. i would really draw line from about worcester to fitchburg to nashua and lowell in westward to indicate more likely areas and likely staying dry here and upper 60s ruling for the south shore inland towns and cities with that hope of getting up to 70? and cape today and mid to upper 60s. lows tonight back into the 50s. we are going to be watching evening storms when you wake up
sun comes back tomorrow and slow process and lower 60s for high temperatures and we got the dry air that's going to be moving in and with it really going to be able to slowly slowly clear out these clouds and i think the day that really starts to bring vast improvements wednesday, , friday and closer to 70? and watching matthew so closely we will and impacts from both rain and wind here and same place, same time closer to the carolinas, so still a lot to figure out but you need to stay on top of it and i got a brand-new 8:00 a.m. update from the national hurricane center on the strength of matthew coming
back to you. >> sara: franklin park zoo is celebrating its corpse flower, rare flower now in bloom but beware, it doesn't smell as pretty as it looks and horrible smell gives off similar to rotting flesh. and nicknamed pugsley and time running out to see it in person because typically bloom for a day or two and flower goes many years between blooms. sara: everything always bigger in texas including homecoming. memorable way to help a teenager score date. plus a local woman gets married, then loses her wedding band two weeks later. now, 26 years later it has been found. where a local man dug it up and
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he was hit by bullet when 14-year-old hit last week and suspect facing murder and attempted murder charges. >> gene: incredible scene in wisconsin. they search for boy missing in giant cornfield and spent 20 hours alone in the field until rescuers found him yesterday. toddler lost in 80 acres of corn stock and more than 450 volunteers helped with a search and man that found the boy had before he finally saw him. >> didn't register early and he was glad he was sitting up and looked safe and he looked fine. >> gene: he was cold and scared. you better believe that. he is now okay and, of course, happy to be back home. >> sara: a local woman is getting her wedding ring back nearly 26 years after she lost it. this is elaine fitzgerald on october 20th 1990 marrying the
later she lost her wedding band by playing softball. elaine got new ring but wasn't the same. last week keith was using metal detecter in the same braintree field and actually dug up her ring and planning on cashing it in but then he saw the inscription on the inside and spent hours online searching for the owner typing the couple's first names and date until finally discovering their wedding video in a message and she responded immediately. >> she contacted me within minutes. all you have to do is tell me what it says inside and she typed the exact phrase that was in the ring and said yes, it is yours. >> i just like screamed. i was like oh my god. they found my wedding ring. >> keith plans to return the ring who lives in western massachusetts. sadly barry died four years ago and elaine says she is going to give the ring to her daughter.
sake that was found. >> sara: movie crew runs into a major problem. coming up at 8:00 could take days to get house to final destination. >> still tracking a little bit of dense fog out there and afternoon showers and hail going to be watching and show you at risk towns and cities coming up. joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is
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>> gene: tom brady is back and look at final workout before rejoining the team. >> sara: biker hit trooper and >> gene: kim kardashian robbed overseas and expensive piece of jewelry at the heist. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, appreciate you joining us on monday morning, it is october 3rd, i'm gene lavanchy. >> i'm sara underwood. not done with the clouds just yet. although it looks pretty good
meteorologist shiri spear will be back along with few showers and fox25 stormtracker weather center with what time things will turn gray again. >> shiri: clouds right now and boston mostly sunny norwood, close to us here, actually looking at decent amount of blue sky to get you out the door, lawrence and beverly partly cloudy and clouds and 55, but look at clouds in southern new hampshire, those are actually touched with fog dense fog parts of the state like nashua, over to portsmouth, new hampshire, even into the merrimack valley, lawrence seeing a little bit of fog, so going to go slower there and temperatures in the 60s, lots of on and off clouds today and tracking afternoon pop-up thunderstorms and highs 66 to 72. julie back now with update on accident. >> accident on route 1 and southbound through saugus and accident is prior to this live
heavy volume through saugus. the accident is right near 128 in lynnfield and multicar crash so that will create some congestion. 93 south slow going from stoneham down through medford into somerville. expressway also jampacked. here are live drive times, 31 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 24 minutes on the expressway and hour on 93 south from andover down to the zakim bridge back to you. >> gene: patriots loss to the bills and now tom brady back and deflategate suspension expired at midnight which means he is cleared to practice and play and return today. >> jessica reyes live at gillette stadium where the coaching staff already heard from the star qb and exciting day for so many. >> jessica: only been allowed
eight hours now. this, of course, couldn't come any sooner for the patriots who were shut out here at gillette stadium for the first time ever yesterday. patriots fans long to hear it, tom brady back and deflategate officially over. >> viewer spotted brady at dexter school looking to be some sort of workout. as for the patriots it was a bad day all around for him yesterday as they got shut out by the bills making for loss and first ever shutout loss in history of gillette stadium. when asked about return and typical fashion. >> gronk had more to say telling reporters looking forward to having brady back. >> hats off to jacoby going out there, much respect to him and going out there and doing what he did today and obviously it is exciting to get tom back
appeals in the deflategate case saying after consultation with tom brady and appellate council we have decided not to pursue additional appeals in this matter. in other words, after two long years deflategate once and for all over for good and pats fans now looking forward to sunday more than ever. >> i can't wait for it. i've super stoked >> jessica: julian edelman looking forward to having the leader back once and for all. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: this morning a state trooper is still in the hospital after a motorcyclist hit him after the patriots game. fox25 catherine parrotta is live outside boston medical center. catherine, we are learning more how serious the injuries are. >> catherine: trooper kept
and past hour, he suffered some blunt force injuries because of just the impact of this whole collision in and of itself and also had cuts and bruises. as for the motorcyclist, he was taken to beth israel hospital and police say all of this happened because that motorcyclist wouldn't stop for them. >> unfortunately state trooper and hope he is okay. >> catherine: when adam left the patriots stadium he didn't expect what was off motorcycle coming up so fast. >> catherine: driving on route 1 when state police say 25-year-old jose perez rodriguez from everett was on motorcycle trying to get away from state troopers who were on foot trying to stop him. police say he ended up on the wrong side of the road, hitting a trooper. >> i pulled in the median and i ran up to the trooper first and he was laying face down. i shook his leg a few times to say, sir, are you okay, no response yet and a lot of blood
area. >> lauren rushed to the motorcyclist next. >> when he came to, he said i didn't do anything wrong, i'm a good person, i have my permit. >> he was yelling i'm okay, i want to leave. >> both taken to the hospital for the injuries and trooper expected to be released and motorcyclist taken to jail. >> state police tell me the motorcyclist was released from the hospital and booked at state police barracks to reckless operation of the motorcycle and state police say theel when reason they were trying. >> gene: case of connecticut woman drowned at sea, linda carman was not seen after setting out on boat with her
spending weekend in life raft and investigation stretched from rhode island to vermont and connecticut today and coast guard and other authorities will meet in connect to discuss the investigation. the fbi may also be part of the meeting. according to search warrant nathan carman is being investigated for reckless endangerment resulting in death. >> sara: crews search for one piece of evidence. flying debris killed one mother and more d removed and structures secured before they can get deeper into the wreck. they are hoping to recover a second event record and camera from the cap of the train. after disappointing results from the recorder they already found. it was more than 20 years old and experts still hopefully that second recorder will provide them with information about the train's speed, brakes and throttle position and witnesses say the train was going too fast when it entered the station and
does not remember the train's speed before the crash and he says he was fully rested but only remembers waking up on the floor of the cab. >> gene: kevin and shawn vargas shot and killed inside the apartment in 2008. shawn's two sons, ages four and two, were also inside the apartment, although they were not hurt. prosecutors say two men, keith cox and matthew lander have been arraigned at later date. >> gene: search continues for whoever opened fire at historic dedham ballroom. fox25 was outside mosley's on bridge street early saturday morning as police search for evidence. it happened as party was leaving the ballroom, victims are from mattapan and dorchester. at this point it is not clear if they were at the party before the shooting. >> two people dead after a
two died in the crash. wife still in the hospital and undergone several surgeries. according to the herald and pinpointed cause of the crash but say the weather likely played a role. >> gene: tonight the school committee in wilmington will discuss recent arrest of the superintendent and physical education teacher superintendent and operating under the influence and parents learned about the incident over the weekend. >> that's the worst parts about it, should have been taken care of in august. >> don't think it is a good example for the kids. >> charged with domestic assault and he was briefly put on leave but allowed to return to work just days later. it was the superintendent mary delai who made the decision and expected to release statement on
meeting. gene: police say they do not believe gang violence is the reason for outbreak of fights at brockton high school last week. on thursday and friday eight students were arrested, 16 suspended following a serious of conflicts. police say most of the fights appear to be isolated and no weapons were used during the brawls. school leaders still unsure what caused violence but think it may have to do with the post on social media. >> julie: we track tff minutes. good morning, everyone. 93 south still hovering around the 1 hour mark as head from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: right now patchy clouds around town, boston one of the brighter spots, got 50s on tap right now, but headed home from work we will have a lot of 60s and lower 70s and also some showers around. i will show you towns and cities where you need to be umbrella prepared coming up.
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>> daniel: 3:00 a.m. paris time kim kardashian tied up in bathroom and this was video where she was staying. she was staith with her mother and sister for fashion week and two masked men dressed as police officers came into the room and held her at gunpoint. spokeswoman says she is shaken up a bit but not physically hurt
her husband was hours away when he heard the news. >> i have to leave because of family emergency. >> daniel: there are reports kim kardashian left and associated press reporting they are looking for as many as five people who may have been involved. reality star also had bizarre encounter last week in paris and tried to kiss back side while she walked into a fashion show. he was tackled and arrested. i'm daniel miller, for example 25 news. >> gene: hard to believe after explosion no one hurt. it happened yesterday morning
in albuquerque. itit was second crash and uncler how badly she was hurt and crash under investigation by the faa. these two incidents come three months after the deadliest hot air accident in u.s. history in july 16 people were killed when a balloon caught fire and crashed after hitting power lines in texas. >> sara: end tollbooth. electronic tolling takes effect. switch expected to happen on october 28th and drivers must have ez pass or receive a bill in the mail and all the toll plazas expected to be removed by the end of next year. >> gene: taking uber to campus with transit hubs. there's no danvers and closest
students to get to and from campus. >> happening today boston mayor marty walsh will push city streets safer and vision zero action plan and initiative includes detailed strategies for keeping roads safer for everyone and mayor hopes plan will help eliminate serious and deadly crashes by >> green line e branch right now service suspended between brigham security because of disabled train and use route 39 bus service to get between the two locations and heading out to look at map, waiting for accident to clear on 128 southbound, right before winter street in waltham and that's the spot where we typically see heavy steady volume and hopefully that will clear soon and won't be a problem.
work way past the gas tank. here are live drive times, 36 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 32 minutes on the expressway. 44 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. sara: looking at hurricane matthew and not looking 200 miles away and tropical force extend and hurricane force winds much more compact and 30 miles and 130 miles per hour
through phases where it weakens a little bit and then regain strength and intensity might wobble a little bit and over to cuba tomorrow emerging in southeastern bahamas for tuesday and dump a ton of rain, ton of wind in those towns and cities and expected cat two off the coast of south carolina here early saturday morning after that and even at becomes very uncertain. getting a lot of discrepancies between the different tools we use and keep real close eye on this. it is a feet of rain for parts of the caribbean. mudslides, sliding, and oftentimes storm surge and gets much more damage than the wind and this type of scenario. possible local impacts either over the weekend or next week but like i said, there's so much
stay alert with us and temperatures in the 50s right now. got nice breaks in the clouds up toward boston and worcester still mostly cloudy and nothing dense as we speak into the afternoon temperatures we work way into the 60s but you can see risk of showers starting around 1:00 today. this afternoon upper 60s, lower 70s, keeping the coastline dry and it is inland towns and cities that we are watching for those pop-ups, likely happening starting around one or two and there you could see 4:00 p.m. so this is going dinner time from the merrimack valley into southern new hampshire central and western mass. we have some storms out there and we will have some watch out for some downpours attached to those and even hail with some of the storms. tomorrow a little bit of drizzle and slow process of clearing and temperatures upper 60s, lower 70s, wednesday, thursday, friday, partial sun and a lot of questions surrounding that weekend forecast and that's really when we need you to stay alert to our upcoming forecast
one of the biggest mysteries in boston will probably stay that way for a long time. why investigators solve museum heist won't be happening. gene: in new hampshire, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses, protected education... created jobs. in washington, what's kelly ayotte done? voted to cut college grants, cut medicare. but kelly ayotte voted to protect tax breaks for millionaires and big oil. that's what the koch brothers and big corporate interests wanted. they're spending millions supporting ayotte. kelly
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>> sara: hbo release the the first trailer for the boston marathon documentary. >> accomplishing things hasn't done before kind of heels everybody. >> that was celeste cork rin, one of the many survivors featured in new film. it will detail the attack and weeks that followed including stgg families and survivors of first responders. it starts next month. >> julie: we haven't seen any traffic issues like this, at least this morning but take a look. a large house is now in the middleton of the street. reminds me of the wizard of oz. plans to drive house from one lot to another and wouldn't fit down the street and they cut
may not be able to remove the house until wednesday. >> must really like that place, hauling it down the street. >> way too easy and want to toe with them. >> high school student in dallas gets hall of fame help date to homecoming dance. jack corkin wrote letter to troy aikman to ask her help and he did. she says yes and dance is this saturday. i'm guessing she would have said
>> public debut in china yesterday. one of the pandas so excited to explore see him face planting trying to get off the stage. otherwise the rest of them slept all day. 23 pandas born at research based earlier this year. species was downgraded from endangered to vulnerable this year but researchers say there's a lot of work to get the population back up. >> that's cute gallor right there. >> if gene says it is cute, sure, it is cute. >> shiri: had a very cool cloudy stretch in boston and temperatures below average last five days and good news, guys, temperature going up this week and a little sunshine coming back and show you when next. >> sara: what prompted last
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: 8:30 and look over the back bay this morning. see we have sunshine out there and nice looking shot and haven't seen that for a few days and clouds and drizzle and rain and breaking up a little bit. >> go out and enjoy if you are at work and take work break and rain coming back with the track. >> sunshine in front of you and not quite yet, and seeing partial sun and partly cloudy skies over southeastern mass and central mass, southern new hampshire where we have some fog as well and temperaturewise mid-50s boylston up to leominster at 56 and some of the
degree mark and temperatures drop low enough, so close to the dew point temps and that's where the fog is coming from, 38? in boston, 52 in reading and a little bit of fog and upper 50s in southeastern mass and some of the first spots to see 60s pop this afternoon and there you have it, partly cloudy skies right now and more and 67? and eye on showers specifically for inland towns and cities and warmest around 70?. otherwise partly cloudy skies along the coast and cape with upper 60s this afternoon, town by town look at extent of rainy conditions coming up in ten minutes.
information. >> julie: e branch service resumed, seeing residual delays because of that earlier line suspension. waiting for the accident to clear on 128 southbound. it is right before route 4 as you head from lexington and then down into the waltham area. as we shift south of the pike actually like what i'm seeing 128 northbound, not too heavy and things slow on the expressway which is typical and 33 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 minutes on the expressway and 42 minutes 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. >> sara: islands like jamaica and haiti bracing for a direct hit and this news especially unsettling for local family who spent years building a orphanage in haiti. >> gene: talking with workers
rain already falling. >> stephanie: raining already and eerie silence before a powerful storm and earlier this morning and skyped with directorate be like brit and they are taking this very seriously. as hurricane matthew continues to barrel toward haiti, staff at be like brit orphanage acvivatted emergency plan preparing for what could be devastating conditions. >> always had plan in place and never ha really just sort of digging back in plans. >> stephanie: be like brit was in honor after brittany died after on a mission trip during a hurricane and orphanage taking in 30 women and children from the local village with up to 40 inches of rain expected, director jonathan lamere is
hurricane. >> people don't know there's a hurricane coming because there's no system to alert them. i think local cell provider says there's a hurricane coming but it didn't come until last night at midnight so lack of knowledge about the coming storm. >> stephanie: busy boarding worse during the day today. >> stephanie: very rural area of haiti and concerns are flooding and mudslides and again they are prepared. >> think about the gengel family and losing daughter after earthquake and hope kids are
as single point. winds that extend 200 miles from the core here tropical storm force and ton of rain attached to those as well, so this is going to take a really long time to do its damage to spots like haiti and cuba and southeastern baham has and hurricane warning in effect and winds attached 130 miles per hour at the core. those are strongest wind that extend 30 miles from the center and moving from the rate 5 miles per hour off to the north and through and monster out there, cat four, dangerous, it is a life threatening storm between the rain, wind and storm surge moving into the bahamas and still major hurricane and then dee four and five forecast gets very trick and he uncertain and once we get looking at day five up here, margin of error 230 miles from the forecast track as it stands right now so we need a lot of wiggle room as
the track that far out because it comes from the national hurricane center but these are spaghetti plots and different computer models and where they expect the center of the storm to go and start looking out toward say early sunday morning you can see there's a giant spread in this forecast model. one has storm coming over new england and by the carolinas and watch and wait but so much to pay attention to with the storm and keep you updated here on fox25 on the fox25 as well and need everybody to stay vigilant and alert. back to you guys. >> sara:. >> gene: deflategate endedad midnight and buzz is all about brady. jess, good morning. >> jessica: suspension ended at midnight and back at gillette
told eei already spoken to brady and wasted no time getting back to sunday and viewer video of brady at dexter southfield and see him doing some sort of workout. patriots we know it is a bad day all around as they got shut out by bills at home. defense several tackles 16-zero loss and shutout loss in history of gillette stadium. we heard from julian edelman after the brutal game and he does say he is looking forward to having brady back. >> going to be great and one of the best players on the team and guy that leads us and going to be good to have him back. >> jessica: nfl player
any more appeals on deflategate case saying after consultation with tom brady and appellate council we have decided to not pursue additional appeals in this matter. in other words, after two long years deflategate is officially over for good. one guy we talked to saying he didn't sleep at all last night because he is so excited to have him back here at gillette and we will speak with him in about 30 minutes. >> sara: police investigate crash in brockton that left a hole in home. driver lost control on main street snapping a telephone pole in half before hitting house. witness tells us he had to think fast to get out of the car's path. >> he was driving down the road kind of fast and saw him cross the double line and come over and ended up hitting telephone pole in the house. >> sara: only one person was home at the time of the crash
hospital with minor injuries and no word yet what caused driver to lose control. >> gene: 8:39 this morning medical emergency is being blamed for this crash in dedham. firefighters say the driver of the pickup truck lost control and went through brick wall before clipping house and town line with boston. man that lives in house tells fox25 rolling over in bed likely saved his wife's life. >> my wife just rolled over to the other side of >> gene: impact felt like rocketed and billing inspector says the house is structurally sound so the couple can stay there during repairs. >> sara: grill sparked large fire over the weekend. they say students left the charcoal grill unattended early
more than 300 students live in the building. all of them were able to escape unharmed but damage has forced more than 70 students to relocate. sara: robert gentile is not revealing where heist paintings are. he has never been charged in 1990 robbery and believes the philadelphia mob were behind it. >> julie: we are at 40 minutes from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. shiri? >> shiri: worcester, fitchburg, nashua, orange today expecting some locally heavy
thunderstorm and got hour-by-hour look coming up. >> gene: 8:41. fresh off announcement that lady gaga announcing she will be at super bowl, she could be at dive bar near you. >> sara: donald trump's past could come back to haunt him. what he is saying about allegations of sexual harassment on the set of t >> gene: big story of the
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of supporters and it was following a hack into the democratic staffers e-mails. in audio she says sanders supporters new to politics, children of the great recession and living in their parents' basement. sanders says while some of the comments did bother him he thinks the audio shows he and hillary clinton can agree on many things. and lebron james announced he is endorsing hillary clinton for president. champion for children and futures. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: new trump international hotel cleaning up after hit by vandals. someone spray-painted the words black lives matter and no justice no peace in the side entrance of the washington d.c. hotel and words covered by plywood and major talking point.
assange going to release documents on hillary clinton. he planned to make the announcement of balcony of london ecuadoran embassy where he was for years but it was canceled because of security concerns and assange will speak on video chat at press conference. >> daniel: >> sara: lawsuit financial support to al-qaeda and unspecified damages for wrongful death and emotional distress. on wednesday both houses of congress overwhelming overrode president obama's veto on the bill. >> gene: six-year-old who died after a school shooting
to rest and batman and bat mobile. jacob's mom says she hopes the theme will make the funeral less scary for children. jacob hit by bullet and investigators said 14-year-old opened fire at school last week and suspect facing murder and attempted murder charges. >> julie: slow going to morrissey boulevard and like what seeing on 128 northbound and southbound through needham up to the pike. pike itself bright green traffic flow and actually a little surprised things aren't slower around the weston tolls. north of the pike still waiting for 128 southbound, accident right after route 3 to clear out. 93 south moving along at slow pace where you can see heavy steady volume still lingering on the tobin bridge. here are live drive times, 19 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 32 minutes on the expressway and 42 minutes on 93 south. so i know we are seeing red in
of it and pretty average for weekday morning. back to you. >> gene: i see the sun. enjoy it while it is here. not going to hang around. >> worcester and southern new hampshire, those are areas where the clouds are going to thicken up again this afternoon and be lookout for the afternoon showers and chances rising again here this afternoon and tomorrow morning spots like boston and coast that skip the afternoon showers today are going to be back with the drizzle by the time you wake up tomorrow morning and right now urciuoli disturbing that's going to come through and as it does trigger showers today, kind of hit or miss style, not everybody gets them and great news, 10:00 a.m., if leaving the house or leaving work for any reason,
cloudy skies and thickest clouds coming from the inland spots and noon time and mid to upper 60s, likely still dry and noon, time that i think some of the showers really start to spark off between one and 2:00 and kind of clustered across central mass, merrimack valley into southern new hampshire, very slight risk that we are going to get person for the potential passing shower and hail as well and that risk is going to continue until about dinner time tonight and upper 60s in quincy, 70s in lowell and framingham and foxborough spay with brakes of sunshine and 71 in fitchburg, 71 in nashua and these are kind of hot spots and pop-ups this afternoon and southeastern mass
cape and islands and if on the go fox25 weather app keep you on top of showers and free to download and helpful tool right there and otherwise tonight we are back into the 50s and tomorrow we are going to head into the lower 60s. a little bit cooler and although we have the morning drizzle it is going to brighten up so there's the drizzly start to the day, 7:00 a.m. with future cast, let's go into the afternoon slowly we will push the clouds out, so we have dryer air that's sinking in and north of boston a little bit brighter in sunny day is going to likely be wednesday through the end of the week, temperatures working way back up into above average territory into the lower 70s and upper 60s both days this weekend and that forecast likely dependent what happens with hurricane matthew and update on that coming up. back to you. >> sara: local woman lost
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>> sara: local woman getting wedding ring back 26 years after she lost it. this is elaine fitzgerald marrying the love of life bear. two weeks later she lost her 14 carrot gold playing softball in braintree. she got a new one but it wasn't the same. using metal detecter in the same brain field field and dug up the ring. plan on cashing it in and saw inscription on inside. he spent hours online searching for the owner typing the couple's first names and date until finally discovering their
youtube account. >> she typed the exact phrase that was in the ring and said yeah, it is yours. >> i screamed. oh my god, saw wedding ring. >> keith who lives in weymouth plans to return the ring to elaine who lives in western massachusetts. sadly though barry died four years ago and elaine says she is going to give the rin to her daughter. >> gene: now they have a family heirloom gene: dive bar mini tour for lady gaga and much smaller and intimate than the ones in the arena most recently. rolling stone says gaga will kick off tour wednesday on undisclosed dive bar and don't have to be at the bar to see the show. bud light going to stream it live to facebook page at 10:00. >> sara: we have a lot more coming your way this morning.
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