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se no worries wednesday is? bloomin' great! now at 7:00, potentially catastrophic hurricane is hitting this morning and the the state is preparing for the worst enjoying the storm will kill you. we don't have much time left. >> gene: matthew knocks down trees and reporters and haven't even made >> we are following developing news overnight on seven for murderer in small western massachusetts town. the violent crime that took place inside the house that has police and neighbors on edge. >> boston police say someone shot and killed a man late yesterday evening. the lesson boston commissioner has for the community today.
>> terry francona and cleveland indians take game one of the alds with the diagram and inside the clubhouse after the game. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> good morning, everybody, 7:00 on friday morning. it is october 7th, hope the morning off to a great start, i'm gene >> sara: i'm sara underwood. florida bringing heavy rain, destructive winds and storm surge. live look at daytona beach where you can see really big waves already churning and they are expected to get even bigger. >> potentially catastrophic hurricane, including live reports from florida flu-out the morning. we begin with sarah wroblewski who has been following matthew's
major hurricane just brush cape canaveral right now as winds are about 120 miles per hour in the core which is the eye wall right here. yes, it is just passing the space coast right now, but the waves are really rocking as they are being pushed onshore with the strong tropical storm force winds and as well as heavy rain all the way up along the coast. so we are really seeing this storm just off the coast. hasn't made landfall and expected to stay off the c the day today before weakening as it passes georgia and south carolina and weaker state as we head toward the weekend. a lot of impacts happening right there and show you more in just a little bit and show you what's happening right now. we have temperatures in the 30s. very chilly start to the day with mostly clear skies, few areas of fog but we are starting to see improvement down on the vineyard, p town quarter mile
have low visibility. climbing 60 to near 70? along the coast and 70s that's where we are headed through the interior hardware beautiful warm day southeast, upper 60s to mid-70s and cooler weather arrives this weekend along with a chance of rain and time that out and more of the impact from matthew but let's get check of traffic now with julie grauert. how are roads looking. >> we are seeing pretty typical delays right now or we are -- conditions holiday weekend and heavy traffic boston college chestnut hill for the nationally televised and look at map right now, popping out at us with the expressway right around morrissey boulevard and that's pretty typical. shifting slightly northbound and seeing delays on 93 south around route 16 and then route 1 as you approach and get on the tobin bridge and this lingers with us and stay that way until about
minutes on pike eastbound, 26 minutes on expressway, 41 minutes on 93 south from andover to the leverett connector. back to you. >> sara: hurricane matthew is battering the florida coast right now leaving hundreds of thousands of people without power. >> gene: and this morning those people that refused to evacuate republican ordered to stay indoors as this powerful storm works its way up the coast. fox25 daniel miller has look at what's happening right now. >> daniel: gene and sara, yo hurricane matthew within miles of the florida coast and massive trees already ripped from the ground. this is video of some of the damage of stewart florida, which is south of port st. lucie and sky lit up and heavy whipping through palm trees. take look at video from melbourne, florida. you can see the strong winds are causing rough surf, waves smashing against the rocks. mel burn supposed to be one of the hardest hit areas. roads in the area have been
evacuated. further north in sanford, parts of sanford surrounded by two lakes and the city is 2 miles of the coast of florida and flooding some places already started stranding cars in this area. trees and power lines have not been knocked down and blocking access to some of the roads there. and this is what it looks like in daytona. this video is actually you could see the roads there impassable. emergency workers stopping cars and telling people to turn have evacuated but not all of them. they are concerned it will collapse a pier on the beach. now, this storm is far from being done in the united states. northern florida will be hit this afternoon and this weekend. georgia and south carolina also in the cross hairs, thousands of people told to evacuate now. daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: devastating impact
morning. official estimate 300 people have been killed but that number is expected to change. 30,000 people are in shelters across the country and bridge that connects port-au-prince to southern haiti broke apart cutting off the island from the rest of the country. official say this is the worst disaster in haiti since the earthquake nearly six years ago. >> daniel: >> gene: powerful hurricane passed over the bahamas and large trees knocked down, a lot of damage, but right now deaths or serious injuries have been reported. national emergency agency telling people to stay indoors while they go out and assess the destruction. we will continue to track hurricane matthew's track throughout the morning. coming up at 7:15 we will go live to jacksonville, florida where they are waiting for matthew to arrive. you can go to download the news and weather apps.
apparents' home invasion. this happening in small town of orange, massachusetts where neighbors say crimes like this just don't happen. fox25 jessica reyes is live at the scene where investigators spent hours gathering evidence late last night, jess. >> jessica: sara, this all happened in the home you see. it was a very disturbance scene inside and this morning they are still trying to figure out exactly what happened here. police carry evidence out of home on east river street in orange thursda say elderly man was killed and wife badly hurt. neighbors woke up to see flashing lights and police tape around the home. >> one of them told me that something bad happened. something happened, that's it. >> jessica: we learned the man in his 90s and wife bound to wheelchair. the victims found early thursday morning possibly by a caretaker. >> two ladies out there, one of them was a caregiver and another one and they were both crying and hugging each other.
>> 24 hours later the investigation still in full force. >> there's never been any problems around here for a long time. >> jessica: woman was flown to hospital in worcester. neighbors shocked that anyone could hurt the sweet couple enjoying they had people over there all the time. they park across the street, park in their yard so they were very well liked. just too bad. makes it feel like don't want to go to >> as investigation continues police are asking anyone with further further to give them a call. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: boston police investigating a deadly shooting that happened in the middle of roxbury street. the gun fire erupted right in front of the school bus that had a group of young kids on board. fox25 michael henrich live in roxbury this morning with the clues that police are helping will hope them track down the
going to surveillance video with businesses around here in dearborn and ziegler streets and want to find the person that pulled the trigger. they say a man in 20s shot in the head around 5:30 yesterday evening after a fight broke out here between several people and those shots were fired right by a school bus with three kids on board. boston public schools says all three kids okay and boston police commissioner had this to say about what happened. >> i hope for the ske young children they didn't see it, but again, it goes to this being in a crime that we need the public to step up and help us solve this. >> crisis counselors are available today at the kids school. as for the victim who died at boston medical center, no other information about him has been released. if you know anything about the shooting though you're encouraged to call boston police homicide detectives right away. live in roxbury, i'm michael henrich, fox25 news.
on the field in cleveland later this afternoon, hoping to put the loss behind them. sox rough night for rick porcello, he gives up three home runs in the third inning. jason put in front three-two with the shot and then francisco follows that up with shot that just gets over a leaping mookie betts. sox did make it a close game. it was five-four in the ninth. dustin pedroia tries to check his swing. they rule that he went around and when you look at it in slow sox lose it five-four the final. fox25 butch stearns has reaction from cleveland. >> butch: game one red sox do not get a good start from rick porcello and struck out against indians pitching. frustrating loss in cleveland. >> great stuff so, you know, that's -- that's why -- they won
spin it, i threw the pitches i thought would be the best and they they hit some out of the ballpark. >> keep head up. for me it was baseball. >> now the red sox turn to david price 4:30 this afternoon. he gets to start in game two to try to even this series up at one game apiece. with the red sox in cleveland in the playoffs, butch fox25 sports. >> every ten minutes on the expressway we are hovering around the 25 minute mark from the braintree split up to the exit for the pike. sarah? >> sarah: temperatures warming into the 70s with sunshine and light wind and coming up hurricane matthew with look at current wind gusts and how much rain they are expected to get down across the southeast.
today. >> sara: diane gallagher is live and strong effects expected to get worst this afternoon and what are the conditions like this afternoon. >> you caught me during one of the lulls here and they start kicking up once again which is what we will likely see as matthew gets closer to the jacksonville areas and nine hours hurricane hitting the jacksonville and along the coastline south of us and what we need to expect in port and cape canaveral, talking about 115 miles per hour winds, roughly 300,000 people are without power in florida and that will go up as matthew makes way up the coastline of the east coast. people here in jacksonville were ordered to evacuate and came
confirm staying in jacksonville i was putting my life at risk. serious situation, a lot of people did ignore the order. a lot of people stayed in town wanting to ride out for whatever reason. wanted to see the storm, they wanted to check out and make sure the property was going to be safe, but a lot of people chose to stay. at this point emergency official are saying that if you stayed at home, go to shelter in town but do not try to get out of town. it is simply going to be too dangerous by the time you get on the road and if you get stuck out and you call 911, no one will be able to help people because emergency services aren't going to operate during the storm here. they will wait until after matthew passes before they can go out and assist people. so this is a situation here where a lot of people are going to have to sit in their homes and this is the main street bridge in jacksonville, st. john's behind me, river walk area. this is what they are concerned
storm surge pushing into the st. john's river and wall of water coming into downtown jacksonville. gene, sara, hope is that matthew maybe misses us but not looking like that right now. >> i'm not sure what miles per hour are and that's what kicked me over. >> got reporter during a live shot in south daytona beach that's about an hour and 45 minutes from jacksonville where we just talked to diane the wind is, rain, struggling to stand up and how strong the storm is, that area last we checked in has not lost power yet. but that is hardly the situation around most of the east coast of florida right now where there are a lot of folks that are without power. >> sara: unbelievable. it was interesting to see the two reporter live shots and see diane, it was a lull and then
>> sarah: the bands of rain that spiral around the hurricane and strong gusts of wind and get these heavy bands of rain that just continue to rotate around, so may see a lull and then you will get hit hard. boy, the atlantic getting hit hard, we have two hurricanes we have been tracking, hartford courant nicole, category two expected to lose some of the strength over the next couple of days and hurricane matthew all eyes because it is so close to the coast. it has yet to make landfall. because it is moving north-northwest ward direction and keep the center of the storm, the eye, the strongest part where the hurricane force winds are the most intense just off the coast, but it did just brush cape canaveral and that's where we had gusts over 100 miles per hour and it is continuing the north-northwest ward progression and you can see just a band spiraling around this system, bringing in that
hurricane winds actually extend about 60 miles around the center of the eye, so that's why just parts of the coast are going to experience hurricane force wind gusts while the rest remain tropical. but that's still can do some damage out there. all the folks that did take the warnings, that's a good thing. wind gusts now in melbourne 56 miles per hour. that daytona beach 67 miles per hour wind gusts there. so we did have an extreme wind warning in place for the gust over we will continue to track with the future cast the storm moving northward during the afternoon hours and likely going to see those tropical storm force winds continuing along the coast battering the coast bringing in those waves and that water allowing for a storm surge and head overnight hours into saturday we will watch the storm to continue to move along coast of georgia as well as south carolina and each parts of north carolina getting heavy rain bands from the system. outer rain bands can also span tornadoes so that is something
amount of rainy where one to three inches southern parts of florida and three to eight inches as you go to south carolina and really this area as you go into the carolinas expecting to see some flooding as well as very high storm surge as system and makes approach only close toward south carolina it will be weakening but still a category one storm. throughout the day expecting for it to stay a major hurricane as it runs eventually getting kicked out the of sea for the weekend. completely different story, high pressure suppressed to the south bringing us dry conditions. sunshine in forecast today, clouds increase overnight tonight and day tomorrow i should actually say and evening risk of showers and introduce cooler air and be on the lookout for spotty showers on monday before we finally see things improve.
and climbing into the 70s for this afternoon. we will notice temperatures around 70 tomorrow, risk of the showers saturday night and then cool and dry for columbus day. let's get check of traffic now for julie. >> julie: starting out north of the pike, 93 south, starts in medford and continues into somerville. but i like what i'm seeing on 128 southbound right now. beginning of long weekend for columbus day, so traffic patterns are a little bit off. you can anticipate the heaviest volume lat want to remind you the southbound expressway hov lanes will be open at 1:00 p.m. today and they will not be open on monday and that's for the columbus day holiday. speaking of expressway, that's the slow spot right now 27 minute drive times for the exit for the pike. 17 minutes on 128 northbound approaching the weston tolls. back to you. >> 7:21, local varsity soccer coach has resigned and fellow
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>> daniel: take look at latest numbers from suffolk university poll. hillary clinton and donald trump a virtual tie. state own has four electoral votes but depending how other swing states fall on election night, those four could be the difference between gene: more than 250 people gathered in small room to hear donald trump speak to new hampshire. town hall style meeting in sandown. he spent 45 minutes talking to supporters and answered prescreened questions. set-up to the next debate and trump insists it was not a practice run for sunday. >> here because we just wanted to be here and hillary frankry
that's not debate prep. she is resting. i want to be with the american people, i want to be with people from new hampshire. >> trump will attend a fall festival in wisconsin with house speaker paul ryan and first appearance since he endorsed trump. you could watch trump and clinton go face-to-face. starts sunday night at 9:00 and blair miller will reports after the debate ends on fox25 news starting at 10:30. >> mass dot has approved the new prices for the electronic toll mass pike that will launch the end of this month. price of the weston tolls will drop to 25 cents, 20 cents less than original proposal. drivers with ez pass will still pay less and people without a ez pass will be mailed a bill and
long as seven years. >> sarah: look at our local forecast, temperatures in the 30s, grab the sweatshirt as well as a jacket this morning and into the afternoon we climb into the 70s. big temperature change this weekend along with risk of showers and break it down for you coming up. >> cameras have stopped rolling on the kardashians. >> cameras have stopped rolling on the kardashians. what kim's armed ? keep on smiling with dunkin's delicious reese's peanut butter doughnut square. and filled with reese's peanut butter buttercream. taste the fave you crave today. america runs on dunkin'. 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.
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>> sara: continue to follow breaking news out of florida where hurricane matthew is hugging the southern coast but it hasn't made landfall yet. taking a live look from daytona where you can see the white caps crashing against the coast there. >> gene: paying close attention what happens through georgia coast and florida and care loinas. weekend actually looks great. she is in the fox25 stormtracker weather center. >> sarah: such a difference. high pressure keeping matthew to the south and boy, it is just very terrible down across the eastern coast. we are tracking this major hurricane that is going to continue to stay a category three through the afternoon just as sara says hugs the coast, yet to lake make landfall, may not make landfall, expected to head toward georgia and south
weekend and eventually making dive back to the south. something very interesting and grab the jacket, grab the sunglasses, solar glare going to be an issue this morning and sunshine going to work to temperatures pushing them into the 70s today. it is going to be a nice afternoon with highs climbing into the 70s, coolest at the coast. temperatures change this weekend and show what you to expect with the risk of rain and check traffic with julie. >> julie: speaking of highways going to popular destinations like the cape, new hampshire and maine. right now though the slow spot is the expressway as you head from furnace brook parkway right around columbia road. north of the pike it is route 1 approaching the tobin and 93 south through medford and into somerville. live drive times, not even seeing red in the segment of drive time. 19 minutes route 1, 41 minutes on 93 south, 34 minutes
back to you. >> sara: we are updating news about hurricane matthew and people in florida under to stay inside as storm parallels the coast with heavy rain and big waves against the shoreline there. storm casters say the storm surge is the big concern and could be worse than andy 2012. matthew's timing causing similar concerns in key battle ground state of florida. fox25 daniel miller joins us with the problems the storm is posing. >> emergency official expect electricity to be out in some areas of florida for weeks because of hurricane matthew altering voter registration deadlines there. the presidential candidate have been urging and to stay safe. hillary clinton's campaign urging florida official to extend the election voter registration deadline past
those affected by the hurricane. donald trump also released a statement yesterday afternoon. he says the warnings have very, very serious and called on people living in florida to leave. american university professor fox25 says candidates need to know compassion and walk fine line how they promote themselves. and criticize hillary clinton for buying television ads during the storm coverage campaign delayed running the ads. >> it could back fire. if you come out and hard hitting against trump unrelated to the storm, it could back fire on her. >> daniel: 2 million people urged to evacuate and there was a tire warning ahead of the arrival saying some places could be uninhabitable for week or for months after the storm moves out of the state. worst not over yesterday. hurricane matthew is expected to stick close to the atlantic
carolina and even parts of north carolina. hundreds of thousands of people in those states have just a few hour to evacuate. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox 25 news. >> sara: we will continue to track hurricane matthew's path throughout the morning and live reports from florida and stay up-to-date all morning here on fox25 and also download the weather and news app. >> gene: now at 7:34 local kids say they are too scared to go to school after seeing buy driving behind school bus. dad playing a prank but police don't find it funny. fox25 catherine parrotta live in auburn with criminal charges that the father could now face. catherine, good morning. >> good morning. they haven't identified father by name at this time because charges haven't been formally filed but they plan to seek charges against that man after this incident that left students terrified. >> i was shocked. i didn't know why someone like
no one found funny. it left a bus of middle school students terrified. >> everybody screaming, shaking because it was scared. >> it was tuesday this man in clown mask followed her bus and some kids as they got off. >> everybody was walking nervous and saying run, go away from this guy and esfollowing. >> catherine: one of the students that happened picture of the man. according to police he is has other parents disgusted. >> some parent thought it was funny to put on mask and drive behind school bus as kids were being dropped off. it was disheartening and upsetting. >> they say they hope others will learn from this so type of incident won't happen again. the hope shared by the students who witnessed this.
sleep and feel sick and sleeping with something when somebody comes in. >> there have been disturbance clown incidents and told you about the latest one that happened earlier this week, on college campus, he was on a campus, holding a gun, it turned out to be a hoax and they plan to seek charges a with auburn police this morning to see if charges have been filed just yet. live here in auburn, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: gloucester's mayor has reversed decision to fire leonard campanula, allowing him to retire. there were allegations that he lied during city investigation. the city says he will be on paid leave until january 3rd when
the best decision for the city. >> city of gloucester will move forward in a manner that the administration believes is best for the community. >> sara: daniel pepe chief john mccarthy will be leaving the department. >> gene: "t" getting out of cash county business but it is a bad after arrested in protest in charlestown and saw the picket lines on fox25 morning news and hours later they voted to hire security group for the money room where "t" brings cash collected from vending machines and parking lots. >> change never easy. we understand that, but status quo not working. money room is problem for years.
cost taxpayers more in the long time. >> sara: herald says herald will monitor threatening posts for threatening words and emojis and create profile of specific user online history. critics say it could lead to people getting investigated for harmless posts. boston police won't say how much the program will cost and york and seattle. >> gene: local schools and two local towns and staff at medford high school being checked for symptoms of tuberculosis and officials won't say if member of student or staff. >> two victims attend stanley elementary school and other goes to swampscott high and both will
students were infected at the schools but going to clean them to be safe. earlier this week there was an outbreak of mrsa at westford academy. >> sara: toll soccer field will take the field for the first time since coaching staff suddenly resigned. they quit earlier this week after players and parents after a drill he ran in practice. players crawled on hands knees blindfolded. >> it is unfortunate but know he was remorseful. >> his good intentions were misinterpreted by some but some said drill caused confusion and concern.
up reilly at house in engine truck and swore him in and gave him a pizza party. >> not shy at all, never know sick and i think -- i know he enjoyed it but i think the guys enjoyed it here too. >> gene: firefighters plan to bring reilly back home in ladder truck but much to surprise he wanted to take the chief's suv instead and shows he is a pretty smart little boy.
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update in just about two minutes. >> gene: hunt announced yesterday as part of deer management plan. deer population threatening long-term health in forest and scheduled to take place this fall and research group white island, new york. the water is off montauk point are a, quote, nursery. the first study of great white in that part of the atlantic but some shark researchers in
>> sara: hides from enter and recruiter at person's current job. >> julie: so much why can't we all be honest and open. route 3 south of town. honestly wide open right now. didn't even mean to go that way with segway. 228 moving fine along route 18 and braintree split and 25 also clear. this to me is morning on long holiday weekend. everybody is kind of packing up, a little bit off the schedule, still though volume lingering on the expressway as head past exit
slow expressway as 20 minutes from the braintree split to columbia road. back to you. >> tracking hurricane matthew as continues to work way closer to florida. time going right along outline of the east coast there. it is so close. >> jason: impressive to watch it carefully and tropical storm warnings and hurricane warnings in place from florida up through south carolina, the center of the storm is actually just off of the coast and it is forecast to stay off the coast. so we actually may never see matthew make landfall. but we are watching very closely because it just is such a small shift to the west or further travel to the northwest and this category three hurricane is going to make landfall. so that's why we are expecting
conditions closer to the coast through the day and really tricky forecast and official track keeps category three storm by this afternoon, looks as though it may decrease in some of the strength by dropping down to 115 miles per hour winds still creating dangerous conditions though for the coast of florida as well as georgia as it pushes through overnight and continue to weaken to category one as we head into the weekend and then eventually pushingut our north going to suppress it to the south. where it goes after this, some of the models pushing it out to sea or even back down south toward the bahamas as much weaker storm. but right now this is when it is at its most powerful moment and when you have the dark shade of red and potential seeing the hurricane force winds while tropical storm force winds extend 150 miles from the center
force winds will nudge across the coast and creating damage through the day today from florida all the way up into south carolina and by the weekend even pushing into parts of north carolina. very strong wind also churning up the seas. we got seas running about 15 to 30 feet right now off the coast of florida and as those winds continue to bring in that water likely going to see storm surges develop and those waves just continuing to build throughout the next 24 so four to 6-foot storm surge possible for parts of the carolina coast as well as south of melbourne and then from melbourne up through about savanna or charleston, we got the potential of seeing seven to 11-foot storm surge as this hurricane makes its way up the coast. so we will be watching it very closely for you throughout the day today. as for our weather, just -- nice day out there. we got temperatures in the 50s in boston, a little bit chillier through the interior but we got really great conditions setting
70s for the day today, we will see 70s once again for tomorrow and then as we head into the sunday notice temperatures will drop behind a cold front that will increase cloud cover starting tomorrow so looking great today, increasing clouds for saturday, risk of those showers arrive after six or seven and then see light spotty showers through sunday and cooler weather arrives columbus day and temperature around 60? but mosquito skies and high pressure should follow. there's back to you. >> sara: getting a visit from
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. in fact, public schools get more money. the truth is question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding please vote yes on question 2. for stronger public schools. >> sara: new details about the speed of the train in hoboken crash. the train sped up moments before hitting the terminal and information is coming from recording devices on the train. investigators say just 38 seconds before the crash the
but then just before it hit the platform it reached 21 miles per hour and officials say the engineer tried to use the emergency brake less than a minute before the collision. national transportation safety board continues to investigate and says the engineer is cooperating. >> gene: california chrysler dealership says star track actor should be blamed for his own death. there was a lawsuit and dealership believed his death occurred because of own misuse of the vehicle. he start in check off in new star trek films. gene: family spokesperson says kim kardashian's well-being is focus right now and unclear when the show will resume.
are silent following the frightening incident. >> sara: students kicking themselves after rapper drake visited school and no one knew about it. drake stopped by the campus and knocked on door of sorority house and everyone was asleep. not single one of the 50 students answer. >> we were all asleep. no one answered the door. apparently we were heavy sleepers. >> many of the sorority drinkers attended the concert that night and next time he performs they will take turns sleeping. oh my gosh, must be kicking themselves. >> gene: pretty cool drake swinging by drake. >> he put it on social media.
stop. >> sara: carrie underwood might stop by. >> i was thinking you. continue to monitor hurricane matthew and continues to make the trek up the east coast and what they are doing to get pets out of harm's way. >> tracking latest with hurricane matthew as slowly moves to the north-northwest. the latest update from the national hurricane center should be coming in in just a few minutes as hurricane hunters are in the cent coming up right now. coming up right now. >> sara: dad takes daughter's favorite show and has real life >> sara: dad takes daughter's what's for dinner tonight?
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us on friday morning. october 7th, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. here at home another fantastic fall day and focus right now is on hurricane matthew, moving up the florida coast this morning and bringing heavy rain and destructive wind more than 100 miles per hour. >> gene: live look right now from daytona beach. you can see the huge storm there kicking up waves and wind is howling. we have team coverage this morning of potentially catastrophic hurricane including hour. >> sara: first we begin with fox25 meteorologist sarah wroblewski who has been following matthew all week long. >> sarah: no change in strength for matthew at this hour and dealing with winds of 120 miles per hour which means category three storm, the center of the storm and just off of
circulation eye closing in on itself and moving to the north and hurricane force wind gusts and forecast to weaken as we head to the weekend brushing along the southeast coast and eventually taking turn toward the south and show you what impacts in florida and look at our local forecast in just a few minutes and check of traffic with julie grauert. >> julie: be careful glare and leave scene that retweeted and 93 southbound right before ross felt circle and off on the right-hand shoulder and drivers tap in the breaks to give them enough to clear out and otherwise what seeing on 128 southbound not much going on 93 or through lexington. a little bit of low volume -- heavy volume on the expressway
braintree split to the exit for the pike. otherwise moving on at decent pace. back to you. >> julie:. >> sara: hurricane matthew is battering the coast with hundreds of people without power. >> seen reports of people along the coast. >> daniel: battering the east coast, eye wall within miles of the coastline. want to show you live picture now in daytona as you can see from happening there. we will get to that in just a moment. massive trees ripped from the ground and parts of stewart, florida, south of port st. lucie and sky lit up and melbourne, florida, strong winds there causing rough surf, waves smashing against the rocks. melbourne supposed to be one of the hardest hit areas.
further north in sanford, heavy rain and sanford surrounded by two lakes and cities 30 miles from the coast of florida. flooding already stranded cars in the areas. trees and power lines have been blocking access to some roads. even though miami isn't supposed to get hit too hard, it is already seeing heavy rain. in miami-dade county trees knocked down and many people there without payer and northern florida will be hit this afternoon examine this weekend and states of georgia, south carolina, north carolina they are in hurricane matthew's cath. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news sunglasses devastating impact matthew had on haiti is starting to come to light this morning. official estimate 300 people have been killed.
the country and a bridge that connects port-au-prince to southern haiti broke apart and official say this is the worst disaster in haiti since earthquake six years ago. >> gene: right now deaths or serious injuries have not been reported. country national emergency agency telling people to stay indoors while they asset the destruction. we will continue to track the path of hurricane matthew throughout the morning and coming up at 8:15, ten minutes, go live to jacksonville, florida, waiting for matthew to arrive. you could stay up-to-date and storm traffic -- storm track i should say throughout the morning here on fox25 and downloading news app and check the website at fox25boston.com. >> sara: we continue to follow
massachusetts. town of orange fox25 jessica reyes live at the scene where investigators spent hours gathering evidence late last night. >> jessica: very disturbing inside this house but figure out exactly what happened in here. east river street in orange hours killed and his wife badly hurt. >> something bad happened. that's it. we learned the man in 90s and wife bound to wheelchair and attack happened late wednesday night and victims found early thursday morning possibly by caretaker. >> they were crying and hugging each other.
>> jessica: full 24 hours later the investigation still in full force. >> there's never been any problems around here for a long time. >> woman was flown to hospital in worcester. neighbors shocked that anyone could hurt this sweet couple. >> they had people over there all the time and park across the street and park in your yard and very well liked. just too bad. it is right next -- feel like don't want to go to night. >> jessica: a lot of questions about this this morning and as investigation continues here, might ask anyone that might know more about this to give them a call. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: state police investigating deadly car fire in middleborough. pictures that destroyed the pictures that show this jeep was destroyed. state police tell us they found the car on fire in woods around 11:00 last night on 495. they say one man died inside that car.
identified. >> sara: police also investigating deadly shooting in roxbury that happened right in front of school bus. investigators tell us that several kids were on board the bus at the time of the shooting. fox25 hartford courant live in roxbury where police are looking for surveillance cameras in effort to find the shooter, michael. >> michael: police want to find trigger and looking at businesses here trying to get lead on investigation. boston police say this all happened around 5:30 yesterday evening, a fight broke out between several people and someone shot a man in his 20s in the head. that man died at boston medical center. a smaller school bus was right here at the time and boston police school spokesperson told fox25 three students from
police commissioner evans spoke about the chance that they might have seen a homicide happen. >> need the public to step up and help us all. >> remain anonymous by call or text and that info on give the tips on the website on fox25boston.com. live in roxbury, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: put indians in three-two with the blast. then francisco follows up with a
sox did keep it close down five-four in the nine and get dustin pedroia at the plate, tries to check the swing and called out to end the game and he even admitted afterwards he went around and sox lose to indians five-four and butch stearns has reaction from cleveland. >> butch: offense strikes out and frustrating game one cleveland. >> they won the game. >> pitches thought be best pitches to throw and ballpark. >> keep head up. got to put it behind and like i
start in game two to even the series up at one game apiece. with the red sox in cleveland in the playoffs, butch stearns fox25 sports. >> julie: 29 minute ride braintree split to the pike. >> sarah: climbing toward 70 in boston, even warmer through the interior and break down the weekend holiday forecast in the latest track of hurricane matthew in just a few minutes. >> sara: look at devastating tornado that leveled home in
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>> sara: diane gallagher strong effects expected to be felt later on. good morning, diane. >> reporter: gust of wind with pretty steady and light wind and wind picking up out here paling in comparison, of course, to what we are seeing south of here down the coastline and port and cape canaveral reporting up 115 miles per hour winds and brushing the canaveral area right now, daytona beach being hit quite hard at this point with intense storm surge, very high winds and, of course, driving rain at this point up in the northern florida area right now and they actually just had nor'easter so the ground already soft. it is wet. they have dealt with a lot of rain and they have high tide coming in around 1:00 in the afternoon here.
winds you're going to have a wall of water pushing through the downtown jacksonville area. that is the main concern for this city at this point, sara. >> sara: stay safe out there, diane. >> standing in this way and that it would kick me over. >> gene: reported during the live shot in south daytona beach, that was earlier this morning, about hour and 45 minutes in jacksonville and talked to diane in jacksonville and how much struggling to talk and wind and rain and stand up and despite the storm is and not lost power and learned about 365,000 folks in florida right now are without power.
moving pets out of shelter elsewherers in path of the storm. volunteers drove from new york to south carolina to save more than two dozen cats and dogs from one shelter and humane society near albany. >> might not have the second chance and we provide them the opportunity to be able to find new homes. >> pets will be up for a >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. start with issue of green line, sea branch and d branch with signal problem and out to the roads where 93 south around route 16, route 60, down from medford into somerville. route 1 though looking good. 128 southbound a nice ride. a little bit of volume right after the weston tolls. eastbound on the pike. here are live drive times, 28 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike.
17 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> daniel:. >> gene: talk about the pets. most popular name would be matthew if adopted. storm following for awhile and weakened and category status and week now. >> been a major hurr several days and while it did weaken from category four last night when kevin lemanowicz was talking about it, still is major hurricane with category three with wind speeds of 120 miles per hour. we also have a category two hurricane out there in the atlantic. this is nicole looks like intensification going to be going on but for the most part not really going to affect us as we head over the next week. but what's affecting us, obviously is matthew. the eye of the storm, core of
intense winds are just off the coast right now. you can see the circulation meanders northwest and north and ride along the coast and as gets toward the florida-georgia line curve north and east and delivering very heavy rainfall and strong winds. hurricane force winds extend about 60 miles from the center of the storm and about 160 miles from the center of the storm is whe so this entire area is where we are experiencing some of those strong wind gusts that can cause damage and, of course, push out the water along the coast which could lead to storm surges. so that's why there's a lot going on even though the storm may not make landfall, it is impacting the area greatly. winds gusting over 50, 60 miles per hour, yet to see the hurricane force wind gusts except for cape canaveral 100 miles per hour wind gusts and as we go through the day today, notice that the winds and
north. right around friday 5:00 p.m. rain continuing into parts of tropical storm force winds and with that flow and on shore wind leading to storm surges, even for the carolinas as we head into the weekend. and eventually that system will be pushing off to the coast. rainfall amounts, several inching of rain, isolated ten to 30 -- ten to 15 if possible a category threey maintained and weakened as pushes to the south. high pressure keeping it to the south keeping us dry and bringing us sunshine, so temperatures today will be climbing into the 70s with mostly sunny skies. notice clouds increasing on saturday. the risk of showers moves in late saturday overnight and part of cold front that will bring in cooler weather too, may hold on to some of the showers as head down across the southeast and continue to monitor that for you.
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>> sara: tornado caught on film in kansas. number of tornadoes ripped through the area destroying one woman's home reducing it to pile of debris and fortunately no one was hurt. >> gene: six u.s. soldiers accused of taking military parts. and some ended up in china and russia. suspects face decades in prison if convicted. >> sara: texas woman buys a house for her daughter only to learn home had date with wrecking ball. wendy says mom brought home last
planned to fix it. however, after signing the contract the city condemned it. the real estate agency which sold the home says it didn't know about the demolition order but city officials claim that it did. wendy says her mom started crying when she found out. >> all of that -- all of that courage she had to deal with this vanished. >> the city has put the demolition on hold for now and family has year to get the up to code. >> sarah: big changes headed our way this weekend and latest timeline for cooler weather and rain. >> gene: sharks will continue to return to the north atlantic year after year.
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>> sara: pole under the ocean water. good morning, everyone. let's check in now with sarah wroblewski. she has been tracking hurricane seems we get closer to shore. >> it is just along the coast it is not at the immediate coast. has not yet made landfall i should say. but just a few mild to the west and we are talking about the different scenario along the immediate coast and bringing heavy rain, strong winds, outer rain bands now extending into parts of georgia and carolinas. high pressure over our area
suppressing the storm to the south, so the latest track actually has the storm weakening as we go through the overnight hours as it brushes along the southeast coast and then eventually actually turning back south toward the bahamas as we head into next week as much weaker form. so that's something we will have to watch very closely. a lot of impacts happening to florida this morning and for us we are talking about temperatures timing into the 70s today, it is going to be a mild and wonderful afternoon with light wind, coolest at the coast, temperatures tumble as we of showers coming and timeline ahead and latest track and impacts of matthew. let's get track with julie grauert. how roads looking now. >> enjoyed a relatively mild commute. it is beginning of three-day weekend with columbus day and expect congestion on highs head to popular destinations and cape, new hampshire and maine. slow spot to columbia road.
approaching the tobin. things moving over the zakim bridge fine. here are live drive times, 16 minutes route 1, 38 minutes on 93 south and easy 32 minutes on 128 southbound that's usually closer to an hour at this time during the weekday commute. back to you. >> sara: emergency crews expected to stay inside and along the coast and heavy rain and big waves against the forecasters say the storm surge is the biggest concern and it could be worse than super storm sandy from 2012. this morning we are getting a look at what it is like to fly into the eye of the storm. fox25 daniel miller joins us with some incredible video. >> it is unbelievable video, sara. show you very different view of hurricane matthew from the air
meteorologist on board the plane describes what happening. >> i'm talking to you from noah 49 which is a jet stream four jet flying at 45,000 feet and 8-hour mission and sampling the environment around the storm and across the top >> daniel: meteorologist on hurricane hunter plane says they have to drop instruments via parachute that fall down taking about 15 minutes to reach the surface. instruments are crucial to gathering data. they measure pressure temperature humidity all the important information and tools meteorologist need to give their forecast. that's difficult for satellites to get back to the ground. of course, we will continue to
you all morning. in the newsroom, i'm derby -- dl miller, fox25. >> gene: local kids say they are too scared to go to school after this man following the school bus. man in mask and actually just a dad playing a prank but not everyone is laughing. fox25 catherine parrotta live in auburn with the criminal charges that father could face. catherine, good morning. >> good morning. police haven't yet identify the father by name because charges have not been formally plan to seek charges after this prank that left some students terrified. >> i was shocked. i didn't know why someone like this would do it. >> it was a prank no one found funny and left bus full of middle school kids in auburn terrified. >> everyone was shaking, screaming because they were scared. >> 12-year-old madison bogar says this man in clown mask followed her bus and even some
run because he is following us. >> snapped picture of the man in the mask and know who he is. according to police he was a father of the student on the bus and that has some other parents disgusted. >> some parent thought it was good idea to put on mask, not only put on mask but get in car and drive to school bus as all the kids were dropped off. it is disheartening and upsetting. >> catherine: police say prank or not the disturbing the peace and hope others will learn from this so type of incident won't happen again. >> friends texting me and saying scared and can't go to sleep and feel sick. and sleeping with something just in case someone comes in. >> there have been other disturbing clown incidents happening across the country. in fact, just told but another incident that happened earlier this week.
somebody dressed as clown with a gun and turned out to be a hoax and pretty large police response to all of that and auburn police, they are seeking charges to try to discourage incidents happening again and i have a call into auburn police to find out if the charges have been filed and let you know what i find out. catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: gloucester's mayor decided not to fire the police chief. the mayor has reversed the decision to fire allowing him to resign. city says he will be on paid leave until january 3rd when the contract ends. former chief says this is probably best for the city. >> not only is retirement in the best interest of myself and my family but it will ensure city of gloucester will move forward in a manner that the administration believes is best for the community.
the police department. >> sara: seven members of the boston carmen's union faced judge yesterday after being arrested during a protest in charlestown. he saw the picket lines on fox25 morning news. hours later the mbta's board voted to hire a private security to manage the operation of the so-called money room. that's where the "t" brings all the cash collected from things like vending machines and parking >> change never easy and status quo not working. money has been a problem for years. >> sara: carman's union says privatetising will cost taxpayers more in the long run. sara: boston police preparing to search somewhere, twitter for many possible sites for security threats. the herald says software will monitor internet posts for
specific users online history. critics say it could lead to people getting investigated for harmless posts. boston police won't say how much the program will cost. similar systems already exist in new york, houston and seattle. >> gene: 8:38. new health scares at local schools in two towns. this morning students and staff medford high school are being checked for symptoms of tuberculosis. someone at school was recently diagnosed with the disease and won't say if it is a student or school will be sterilizing two schools. two victims attend stanley elementary school and the other goes to swampscott high. both schools will be open today. official don't think the student were infected at the schools but cleaning both just to be safe. earlier this week outbreak of mrsa at westford academy. >> sara: local soccer team will take the field for the
north attleboro soccer coach and three other coaches quit after parents complained about he ran in practice. the players crawled in hands and knees blindfolded in effort to build trust but some say it is demeaning. >> didn't translate into a woman's soccer program which i he is remorseful. >> sara: some say the drill caused confusion and concern and interim coach has already been hired. >> gene: eight-year-old boy with terminal cancer got to live his dream thanks to firefighters in chelsea. >> chelsea fire would like to welcome the newest member reilly. congratulations reilly. >> gene: firefighters picked up reilly at engine house in
fire station. city clerk then swore him in at firefighter and guys gave own helmet, showed him around and threw pizza party. >> great. talkative, not shy at all. never know he was as sick as -- but it was great and i think -- you know, i know he enjoyed it but guys enjoyed it too. >> gene: firefighters planned to bring reilly home at ladder truck and d with chief and suv instead. they say good move and proves he is a smart kid. >> sara: so cute. new twist in the death of hollywood actor in accident in car and company says the accident was his own fault.
maintaining drive southbound peabody to the weston tolls. >> sarah: temperature are skyrocketing, 70s into the day today, dry and bright but we have rain headed our way and show you timeline over the weekend and plus take a look at some of the rain expected for parts of florida from hurricane matthew. first, this week fire department and today it is the marshfield fire department. >> town recognized and came in to show appreciation and what
together and 100 residents that either donated food, made food or served the food here at the center station, came here and decorated the station, it was unbelievable showing of >> michelle: men and women served community in more ways than one. >> firefighters go into the schools and much like a police school resource officer and work with schools and teach fire safety, fire prevention and quite successful program. >> want us to recognize fire quite successful program. >> want us to recognize fire department for keeping it safe.
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deer hunt which removed 64 deers from the reservation. controlled hunt was announced yesterday as part of deer management plan for the 7,000-acre reservation. >> sara: there's a shark breeding ground and group called nursery. this is first in study of great whites in northwest atlantic but some shark researchers in massachusetts aren't so happy with tactics saying that the group's methods are interfering with other sharks in the region. o search maintain the search was done legally. sara: rent will be rising. rent expected to jump nearly 4%
zillow and more than double what is expected nationally. the local communities expected to see the biggest increase in rent are arlington, lowell, hingham and westwood. >> gene: second presidential debate two weeks away and look at how voters in new hampshire feel about the candidate. take look at latest numbers from suffolk university poll. hillary clinton, donald trump and virtual tie now. clinton slightly ahead with 44% to trump's 42. now state only has four electoral votes and depending election night, those four could very much be the difference from one of the candidates. more than 250 gathered and town hall meeting in sandown and 45 minutes talking to audience of supporters and answered prescreened questions. set-up was similar to the next debate and trump insist this was not a practice run for sunday. >> we are here because we just
frankly, they talk about debate prep. that's not debate prep. she is resting. she is resting. i want to be with the american people, i want to be with the people from new hampshire and she wants to run. >> on saturday, tomorrow, trump will attend a fall festival in wisconsin with house speaker paul ryan and it will be ryan's first appearance with trump since endorsed the candidate. and louis and fox25 and debate starts sunday night at 9:00 and after the debate ends on the fox25 news starting at 10:30. >> because it changes is so quickly and this morning enjoying lighter than usual commute because beginning of long weekend and change up just a little bit, route 3 south of town moving along just fine past
24 and 95 are clear. expressway that's where we are seeing the volume still as you head from the braintree split up through neponset and columbia road. >> sara: 8:48 on friday morning. all eyes on hurricane matthew and really hitting the coast of florida right now. >> sarah: brushing along the coast and running parallel and haven't had landfall in florida just yet and we may not but there are still hurricane warnings and tropical storm warnings in place and they have been discontinued though for areas south of west palm beach because now the center of matthew is to the north and it
action to central and northern florida right now. winds 120 miles per hour. that makes it a category three major hurricane running just parallel along the immediate coast and damaging wind as well as very heavy rain. forecast category three through the afternoon before starting to weaken slightly and curve alley-oop the -- curving along the coast and through the day tomorrow and it will bring effects into the and make closest approach on saturday eventually weakening to a tropical storm as we head into early next week and look at what happens with the forecast. it actually goes back down toward the bahamas. there are some models push out to sea and official track brings it back at weaker state and something will have to watch as
devastated and hurricane eye wall and wind gust 74 miles per hour and area where we could see tropical storm force wind gusts and melbourne all the way up to charleston, expect to see tropical like conditions if not hurricane force wind gusts as we go through the evening and overnight hours through saturday from georgia into south carolina. all of that wind pushing up that water is just -- has go but along the coast. waves 24 feet crashing along the coast, almost 40 feet off of the water so that's why all of that water pushed along the coast, storm surge going to be a major concern, especially for melbourne all the way up to charleston and seven to 11 feet and keep eye on that for you and
beautiful. high pressure in control today and clouds increase for early saturday, keep plans, not until late when cold front will arrive, see risk of showers arrive overnight, may linger through early sunday and watch how much mostly sunny from the south actually does get pushed up along the front but thinking front will be off of the coast. nonetheless, keep checking back and latest timeline later on today and build in so the holiday w monday, looking nice and cool. over to you. >> some dads will do just do anything for daughters. one dad transformed entire yard into obstacle course and how dedication ended up getting him paid. >> daniel: federal response to the national disaster.
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american ninja warriors her dad built her place in backyard. >> three, two, one. working way through very tough section and requires a lot of concentration. >> sara: is that the cutest thing you ever seen. dad posted timer just like the show. five-year-old is pretty good. check her out. even has stuffed animals in the gofundme page to make more elaborate course and video seen more than 290,000 times. >> gene: continue to track latest from hurricane matthew and latest on widespread power outages and clean up once the
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>> daniel: hurricane matthew has arrived. the powerful storm battering parts of florida right now. it has already toppled trees and knocked the power out to than 100,000 homes. we are tracking the latest path of the storm as it slowly moves along the east coast. >> julie: questions police trying to answer as they track down the killer. drama in the ninth. examine close call that did in red sox first game of the post season. breaking news this is fox25 morning news complete new