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his own home. his wife seriously hurt. the new clue police are hoping leads to an arrest. 6:00 on the dot and we begin with a live look at hurricane matthew. you can see windshield wipers working overtime. wind and rain pummeling parts of the south. thanks for morning news. we want to get to meteorologist jason brewer in the storm tracker weather center this morning for another look at matthew's latest path. it's south carolina's turn. >> right now that hurricane is sitting right on the southern coast of south carolina. you can see the latest track from the national hurricane center still has matthew weakening to a depression next week near the bahamas. there's charleston, so edisto
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by 2:00 today it's lashing the northern coast of south carolina. then moving away from north carolina during the day tomorrow. hopefully that will be the last we have to deal with any effects on land from matthew. meantime i'm tracking this cold front, the one i talked about all week long, that's kicking matthew east of new england. however some of the moisture may get picked up and move in and bring us some rain. we need the rain but it is we're off to a dry start. it's clear, quiet, we have a little patchy fog in spots. that will be around through 9:00 a.m. 40s in most spots but near 70 this afternoon. more in just a moment. the death toll from matthew continues to rise. so far near 900 people are confirmed dead as a result of hurricane matthew. mostly in haiti. this is a look at the
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out of this. an orphanage with local ties has weathered the storm. fox 25 has been with the be like britt organization. since that orphanage began getting ready. we'll have more on the recovery efforts under way coming up in a live report in just a few minutes. >> i never said i'm a perfect person norre i've said and done things i regret. >> this morning, republican presidential candidate donald trump issuing a big apology for comments made 11 years ago. a video catches him talking graphically about how he treats women. those comments could cost trump >> this morning donald trump is
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decade old conversation. he casually discusses making aggressive advances towards women with television host billy bush. >> i just start kissing them like a magnet. when you're a star, they let you do, you can do anything. >> it becomes more vulgar from there. now he apologizes but remains defiant. >> i said it, i was wrong, i lets be-ons, we're living in the real world, this is nothing more than a distraction from the important issues we're facing. >> some trump backers are distancing themselves from the businessman turned politician. paul ryan already a reluctant supporter says trump will no longer appear with him at an event in wisconsin.
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is repealing his support. >> i feel back for his wife and daughter. >> billy bush, heard laughing with trump, is issuing an apology of his own for participating in the conversation. >> this morning hillary clinton has yet to comment but she did have something to say about the video that came out. she tweeted this message yesterday getting to the point writing, quote, this is horrific, we cannot allow this man for trump. elizabeth the pair has a history of war on twitter. that's what warren did around 11:30 writing, quote, were you lying or was sexual assaults part of your action every day. as of now trump has not responded to warren's question but we'll stay on top of it. this as hillary clinton is getting hit with fresh controversy of her own. we'll have details on that plus
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video could have on trump's chances election day. tomorrow is the second presidential debate and blair miller will be there to bring us updates. hurricane matthew is our other big story of the morning as we've been saying. ed the storm continues to climb the east coast leaving destruction in its way. nearly 900 people have been killed as a result of this massive hurricane. this morning people in florida, georgia and south carolina are without power. this is charleston overnight where heavy rain and wind battered that area. a similar scene in georgia. you can see rain powering down at that gas station in savannah. this as cleanup gets under way in florida. the brunts of the storm hit that state bringing down trees and flinging debris with heavy rains and strong winds.
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the united nations is calling the situation there the largest humanitarian event since the deadly earthquake that struck that nation six years ago. hundreds of people are dead, hundreds of thousands in emergency room shelters. aid is being sent from around the world, including from massachusetts. we're joined live from worcester where help is being gathered for a orphanage with local they're asking for donations this morning. stephanie? we move on and get back to stephanie as soon as we can get the technical problems worked out. police in orange continue to
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an elderly man and seriously hurt the wife during a home invasion in the couple's east river street home. 95-year-old thomas harty was killed, her 77-year-old wife remains hospitalized. whoever is responsible may have taken off in their car, police are looking for a 2003 gray or silver toyota corolla, plate number m99949 we also have information on our website, it has been two months since another murder and still no answers. vanessa marcotte was killed while jogging in princeton. since her murder, thousands of tips have poured in to police but no arrests. police aren't saying if they've had solid leads. the tip line information is on your screen. again, police asking anybody who knows anything to give that anonymous tip line a call.
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baby's death. the 19-month-old was found wednesday at a home on ashworth avenue in hampton, new hampshire. the baby's gender and details have not been released but the man who was arrested is this man here, and he's the baby's stepfather. leo witham is facing child endangerment charges and other charges, accused of purposely violating a duty to and is due in court monday. meantime this woman faces charges in connection with an incident involving another 19-month-old. calla cassidy is accused of shaking her boyfriend's baby so hard the little girl had severe head injuries. cassidy is charged with assault. the good news is the baby is expected to survive. people in weymouth are up in arms after a registered sex
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kidnapping and raping young children in two states, sentenced to 190 years in prison but only served 20 years after pleading guilty in 1992. gardner was released monday back to his family's home. the news is not sitting well with people in their area. >> that's disgusting that they would let him come back. >> i'm afraid something bad will happen. i really am. >> police got a report from the broke their front window. he'll remain on probation until the year 2043. we're learning a driver involved in a east boston hit and run got out of the car to look at the victim before taking off. this according to a witness on the scene. it happened at gove and paris streets in east boston outside the neighborhood health clinic. a car backed into an intersection and hit 77-year-old
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recovering from a broken leg that will keep her from being able to reprice her beloved role as queen isabella in tomorrow's parade. >> i told her when are you going to abdicate? she said never, i'm going to die on the throne. >> the driver was in his late 20s with a thin build and dark hair. he may be driving a small gray car. boston police are investigating. the next eight years behind bars for hitting and killing a young girl in the summer of 2015. prosecutors say james horton was driving twice the legal speed limit when he hit yadielys deleon camacho. horton pleaded guilty and apologized during the sentencing. he's been ordered to pay $10,000 restitution to the victim's family. a trial date has been set
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high-speed chase in pelham, new hampshire. >> get on the ground right now. on the ground. >> wednesday's chase ended when the car flipped over on route 38. the 22-year-old only had minor injuries. he was charged with aggravated d.u.i., disobeying an officer and traffic violations. he'll be in court on the 28th. two losses in two days for the sox. but the battl the big comebacks are looking to make it game 3 of the playoffs. harassing phone calls from debt collectors. the work of the federal government. coming up, the new law that has thousands of people being hit with collection calls. right now hurricane force winds lashing the south carolina coast. i'll have a live look at wind gusts occurring right now and
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it is 6:14 this saturday morning and aggressive phone calls at all hours from debt collectors may seem like harassment. but justin gray reports some can be traced back to the u.s. government. >> every month it's one of the
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tracked by the consumer financial protection bureau. private bill collectors crossing the line. >> complaints of harassment, threats by the collectors. >> the irs is hiring four private debt collection companies to collect from delinquent taxpayers. congress required them to be used. the irs has a backlog of unpaid taxes, nearly $4 b worth. past efforts to use private companies led to complaints and fewer collections. >> this is the third time they're trying this idea of -- the other two times, the program didn't succeed. >> the irs says this time it is taking safeguards to protect taxpayers, quote, employees of these collection agencies must follow the provisions of the practices act and be courteous
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person who owes money is criminal a dead beat. >> there's a concern the program could make it easier for phone scams. >> they've been told year after year, watch out for phone scams. >> the irs says before any private debt collector is allowed to call you, the irs will send two written notices informing you your case has been turned over to a private collection agency. we want to get back to we've been reporting the eye of the hurricane is touching down in south carolina as we speak. the death toll is nearly 900 people and humanitarian aid is being sent from around the world. stephanie is live for us this morning where help is being gathered for a orphanage with local ties. >> reporter: they're going to be accept donations outside the
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fill a shipping container to sent to haiti, the country devastated by hurricane matthew. many lost their homes and their belongings and for many of those people they also lost their home during it is earthquake. the be like brit orphanage and center -- [ audio trouble ] this week the orphanage opened doors to fam place to stay. now many of those families don't have a home to go back to so the center in worcester will hold a donations drive today. they're asking for monetary donations to pay for relief efforts and they're also asking for items like peanut butter, canned tuna, powder milk, towels and soap and they'll send is back to haiti when the roads are back up and running. we put the information on your
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to 1:00 at the be like brit operation, 66 pullman street in worcester, next to price chopper. we put a full list of what you can donate at fox 25 boston come. in 30 minutes, local efforts by another organization to help a hospital in haiti get back up and running. thank you. developing this morning, two newtown football coaches are on paid leave as an incident onboar investigated. working to get details but the superintendent tells fox 25 the bus was carrying freshmen football players. the district is promising a thorough investigation. barnstable police continue to investigate this crash in hyannis. main street, yesterday. it shut down the street about two hours. a man walking along the sidewalk
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rolled over into him. two other cars were involved. seven people, including a pedestrian, were all rushed to the hospital. one driver failed to yield to another and caused a ripple effect. two drivers were cited. a car fire left over 100 people stranded on mount washington in new hampshire. the drivers were stuck nearly an hour. halfway up the mountain when his car started overheating. the driver and passenger were not injured. those drivers might have been heading up the mountain for this, incredible drone footage of the fall foliage. matt benedetto captured the autumn colors there. the next few weeks will be prime foliage season across new
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england sees the peak now and southern new england in the coming weeks. >> they're doing better as far as the rainfall so they're getting better conditions, brighter colors, they'll last longer. here in southern new england it's been so dry so we're not going to have quite the punch but you can see the changes. >> still beautiful out there. we were -- we went for a walk yesterday at poeasette farm and the foliage was bright a beautiful. there's also -- it depends where you are and how much water they get. >> some pockets got a lot of rain. others got little. we're still in that drought, hoping for moisture. i know it's your weekend but we have to deal with a little bit of rain. let's go over to the big picture. this is hurricane matthew. as you can see, it's bearing down on south carolina and eventually north carolina. we'll zoom in and look at the radar.
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upstate south carolina into north carolina. there's the northern and western side of the eyewall. the eye of the hurricane is sitting out here currently and it's going to be likely staying offshore for the next few hours. as it moves northeastward it may make an official landfall right there around the charleston area. the worst of the hurricane is onshore. the tornado risk obviously in that northeast landfalling cyclone. you have to worry about that in south carolina this morning. there's the wind field of hurricane force winds in red. charleston to beau torrid. hilton head reporting hurricane force wind gusts, 7 6-miles an hour. beaufort 64, tropical storm force winds all the way to wilmington. this is the european, the model of choice.
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of the outer banks sunday afternoon and then we're finished with u.s. direct rainfall and surge effects. now, as we go into time we have nichole out there, we have a weakening matthew in the bahamas if this plays out. lots of things over the atlantic to keep things interesting but we'll steer clear of u.s. impacts. temperatures out the door are chilly. 30s in fog in plymouth, norwood, new bedford, the vineyard, orange, king, all reporting fog issues around until 9:00 a.m. then bright skies midday then increasing clouds during the afternoon will be something to watch for. very little in the way of rain for the daylight hours today. high temperatures with a southerly wind approach 70 degrees. if we're going to see showers it's toward worcester later in the day as this front
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to rise as this front starts to scoop up matthew's moisture and anywhere boston south and eastward for sunday. we'll be dealing with those scattered showers. cool and bright for columbus day. i've got more straight ahead. >> an important holiday weekend forecast. the country can't seem to escape the clown hysteria. coming up, the new sighting that landed one man in handcuffs. excessive selfie snapping is kind of annoying but it could the reason experts say the the reason experts say the popular practice could actually be a cry popular practice could actually in australia, we're always saying, "no worries, mate!" but in the outback, "no worries" means a three course meal
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6:26. boston police hope new crime fighting cyberthree of us. they're buying software that searches twitter, facebook and other popular sites for possible security threats. the "herald" says the software will monitor internet posts for threatening words, images and emojis and creates a profile of a specific user on line history. critics say it could lead to people being investigated for harmless posts.
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you could be struggling with loneliness. the personalities of 300 people judged who snapped selfies found those people posted to social media often to seek approval. they say it could be a sign of relationship problems. >> we're off to a dry, cool and foggy start in a few spots but i'm tracking this front, matthew's moisture, how it comes together for our rai here in southern new england this weekend straight ahead. a donations drive will be held today to help residents in haiti devastated by hurricane
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now at 6:30. hurricane matthew is bearing down on south carolina. here's a live look. you can see the wind whipping that stop of the east coast. here's the latest on the storm. matthew has fallen to a category 2 hurricane with sustained winds 105 miles an hour. four people have died in the u.s. and this morning the haitian government is reporting more than 800 dead there. 1.2 million people are without power as a result of matthew from florida to south carolina. meteorologist jason brewer is in
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hurricane is slamming the south carolina coast even though it hasn't officially made landfall. >> that's exactly right. the worst of the storm on the north side of the eye. that band of very dangerous weather has come ashore. you still see the track moving away from north carolina tomorrow afternoon ought over the open atlantic there through the middle part of next week. so more on that coming up. but you see the worst of the weather right there over force wind gusts of 76 miles an hour on hilton head. here comes this front protecting southern new england from direct impacts from matthew but we'll have a rain chance later today. not right now, we're off to a clear, dry start. fog in employment, new bedford, the vineyard, keene. dense fog if you're early out the door, you want the low beams. that will burn off by 9:00 a.m.
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but a few 30s in normally cold spots like norwood. 52 in boston as we start the day. lower 40s in bedford. now afternoon highs today warm up nicely despite increasing clouds. we're around 70 degrees. if we're going to see a chance of rain it's going to be in worcester county before sunset. we got showers on way tonight and tomorrow. even though matthew has been downgraded it remains a scott mcclain is in savannah, georgia. >> hurricane matthew slammed into the east coast bringing high winds and heavy rain. the storm transformed streets into rivers. >> how you doing? >> some places could see as much as 15 inches of rain. >> we're all scared. >> coastal communities in georgia and the carolinas bracing for the brunt of the
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affecting the state of georgia and will continue to do so we're told for the next 24 hours. >> it is getting worse and so we're looking at major storm surges. we're looking at major winds. >> here in savannah, georgia, three out of four people have gone inland and you can see exactly why officials were adamant that they did. winds are really driving 47 miles an hour sustained, gusts even son down into the savannah river. the big risk is storm surge as matthew starts to approach and get closer and as we see high tide in a couple of hours. officials expect it could be up nine feet from where now causing flooding and big problems. in savannah, georgia. >> hurricane matthew in haiti
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hundreds dead, thousands in shelters and humanitarian aid is being sent from all over the world, including in massachusetts. fox 25's stephanie is in worcester life where people are gathering supplies to send to an orphanage in haiti with local ties. >> yes, this is an effort that has a very close connection here. in fact we're standing outside the be like britt center in worcester, they're collecting dona from 9:00 to 1:00. be like britt is an organization that has an orphanage in haiti which was created in honor of local resident britney gangle, killed during the earthquake in 2010 in haiti. the foundation has a center in worcester but again also an orphanage in haiti. early this week the orphanage helped residents in haiti prepare for hurricane matthew.
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the aftermath. many lost everything during the storm. another local nonprofit, st. boniface haiti foundation outs of newton is also working to get resources as well as staff members to haiti as quickly as possible. >> there's just total devastation. there's no services, there's no aide getting to the communities. a lot of them are completely isolated. >> reporter: the issue is because a lot of roads there have been blocked and simply hospitals. meantime we've put a list on how you can help people in haiti on our website, fox25boston.com. in worcester, fox 25 news. thank you. to election 2016 and this morning donald trump is apologizing for one of the first times in his campaign over a newly released audio recording from 2005. in the recording, trump can be heard boasting that as a star,
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"the washington post" obtained the audio and trump also brags about kissing and groping any woman he's attracted to in that audio. last night trump apologized but couldn't resist the urge to get in a dig at his running mate. >> i've said some foolish things but there's a big difference between the words and actions of other people. bill clinton has actually abused women and hillary has bullied, attacked, shamed and intimidated his been swift. house speaker paul ryan will no longer appear at an event in wisconsin on trump's behalf. and former massachusetts governor mitt romney sent out this scathing tweet saying, hitting on married women, condoning assault? such vile degradation. >> jeb bush says as the grandfather of two precious
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excuse those comments. >> we spoke with author tom way land. he expects hillary clinton to bring the issue up on sunday during the presidential debate. >> this is political dynamite and i think she will try to mention it wherever she can or, you know, even if a question is on foreign policy, she'll probably bring it up. you know, i mean she has every right to because it's out there. it's big and >> all of this as this morning clinton's camp is dealing with a positively bombshell. wikileaks released thousands of pages and information on that presidential candidate from emails sent by clinton's campaign manager that had been marked as flagged including
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and passages in which she admitted to being out of touch with middle class issues. both issues mean they'll both face difficult questions at tomorrow's debate. you can watch it on fox 25 followed by a special edition of fox 25 news. blair miller will be live in st. louis and providing live reports. the shooting of an unarmed ma justified. a decision that set off protests in burlington. >> i'll shoot you i will shoot you. >> body camera video showing what happened september 16 as franklin county deputy nicholas palmer was outside of jesse beshaw's home. shortly after beshaw tried to escape and he was shot seven times by palmer. the state attorney office said
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his actions. >> nobody likes these. nobody likes the fact that we have officer-involved shootings in this community. and the fact we have had three in the last ten months raises questions. >> the state attorney said he's not second guessing deputy palmer's decision. it's time to look at whether the situations could be handled differently. state police are looking to find out why an suv officers found the car on fire in the woods around 11:00 thursday night on 495 south by mile marker 11. the man killed has not been identified. relief in sight for some local towns dealing with noisy skies. coming up, the new plan to make travel in and out of logan airport a little bit quieter for people on the ground. but first, another creepy clown scare in another local town. we'll tell you about the weapons
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continues, people are taking the situation too far. police arrested a man wearing a clown suit and found a knife on him. but the suspect claims he wasn't waving around weapons. >> it's getting scare your and scarer. >> yet another creepy clown sighting, this time in clown river, a customer of delken dry cleaners tells police these the parking lot. >> it's so silly. why do they need to make more things for people to be afraid of. >> police tracked the license plate to erik harrison who told police he and ryan coleman were in the car. coleman bought the masks. officers found five knives, including a meat cleaver. coleman was arraigned friday morning. this isn't the first local case of charges against a clown prankster. a father in auburn in trouble
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middle school kids reported this man in a clown mask following their bus tuesday. >> everybody was walking home nervous and everybody was like run, go away from this guy because he's following us. >> since then students have been terrified of going back to school. >> my friends text me at 1:00 a.m. saying they're scared and can't go to sleep and they feel sick and they're sleeping with something in case someone comes? >> that dad charged with disorder disturbing the piece. ryan coleman wrote on facebook, just got out of jail for wearing a clown mask, looks like i got to buy another one. defending his actions, people were saying we had knives and guns, waving them out the window. my snap shows none of this. it's getting blown out of proportion. a local college athlete looks like the picture of health.
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talk about high anxiety, this kind of rescue is one of the most dangerous things a first responder can face. this past week firefighters from all over boston trained for this over and over, several stories above ground. they brought our blair miller along to see why it's so important, especially right now. >> in a city where high rises keep coming, especially along the seaport district, it's inside this building at the boston waste water treatment
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responders. firefighters from all over boston area suiting up in gear they don't normally wear. >> one guy down. >> cambridge deputy chief shaun white is leading this, part of a homeland security exercise. >> what we see more often is constructionlike injuries or collapses. failure of equipment that they get in trouble and we can go in and rescue them. >> a few weeks ago it happened in cambridge. these pictures show the rescue. situation we'll get into. >> boston firefighter chris smith recently moved to one of the busiest stations in the city. for him, this is invaluable. >> when you see the city and how things are changing and there's high-rise buildings everywhere. that's why we're doing this. >> in this situation, firefighters are going after a victim, in this case me, as i'm dangling a couple stories above ground. >> we mounted a camera on john
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>> what is missing from this and the real feel? >> pressure. >> safe today but it's tomorrow's unknown they plan for. >> it works, you feel a little bit comfortable doing it and it ends up fun. >> funding comes from homeland security and involves agencies from all around boston. if a rescue like this happens, it usually involves several different agencies. hurricane matthew, touching down -- the eye really hitting south carolina now. jason, you have a lot of experience with hurricanes. >> florida just saw the major hurricane track along the coast. roads, highway a1a is trashed, asphalt ripped up. now the coast of south carolina and even parts of georgia dealing with that same thing. we're looking at 7-9 feet of
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a cat 2. it's weakened from a major status but the worst of the storm is onshore right now between charleston and about beaufort. so there is the coast of south carolina. the northern and western eyewall is ashore so we have the hurricane force wind gusts there and we just got a tornado warning for wilmington, north carolina because any time you're in the northeast quadrant of a hurricane you're dealing with tornadoes and these are coming in under the dark long coming ashore possible in north and south carolina right now. that is certainly a threat that continues. 76 miles an hour the hilton head island. wind gust reports, we just got a wind gust of tropical storm force in wilmington, especially with the tornado risk. we're in good shape. we have mostly clear skies and we have a little patchy fog but it's just cool as we're beginning our day.
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portsmouth, new bedford. fog in plymouth, new bedford, norwood, keene. so watch out. not so much in the city but outlying areas. low-lying spots we're seeing the fog. that will lift off through 9:00 a.m. your tee times, with a jacket early. 10:00 a.m., 60 degrees. the wind out of the south. noontime temperature in the upper 60s. so a nice afternoon in store with some clouds on the way but locations thanks to that southerly wind ahead of this front that is back to our west. it's that front that we need to knock matthew out of the way but it's going to bring us rain. let's go ahead and move forward in time. 5:00, 6:00 this afternoon. a lot of clouds. if we're going to see showers this evening, they'll be light. they'll run into very dry air and the best chance south coast into worcester county if we see a shower.
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we see the atmosphere moistening up and the front moving in during the day on sunday. so the question is, is it going to be strong enough to go ahead and move all the moisture away just in time for the sox game tomorrow? we'll be watching that carefully but the weekend includes that mainly first half of sunday rain chance, especially south and east of boston. it's a bright, sunny columbus day. it's 62 degrees after this
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pretty clear for the sox, three straight winds, 4.5 months of regret. a shutout by the indians putting boston against a wall. david price, cleveland broke through in the second, brandon guyer into shallow left center. the indians on the board one zip. you hope it ends but it doesn't. chisenhall ripping a liner down the line enough to get over the corey kluber was great. sox limited to three hits. they lose game 2, 6-0. >> the back's against the wall. it's clear what lies ahead. we go home down 0-2, clay buchholz on the mound on sunday with the attitude of no tomorrow. >> boston college hosting clemson last night in chestnut hill. the eagles outmatched.
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country. deshon watson the heisman trophy candidate. the longest play of the season for the tigers. eagles lose it 56-10. the sox back at fenway to work out today. the patriots take their place in cleveland as they put the finishing touches on tomorrow's game plan for the matchup against the browns. thank you. there's something special going on in the stonehill college field hockey team. one player is fighting cancer every win, her team is rallying around her. mackenzie greenberg might look like the picture of healthy. the only outward sign of illness is that feint scar on her neck. it's hard to see but the 20-year-old is battling a specific disease that means cancer cells can pop up almost anywhere at any time. she says tumors have been found at virtually every six month
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right now the cancer is in her lungs, she's also battling pneumonia. the top officer of the law and a local chief of police troll patrolling the streets. coming up, the reason the u.s. attorney hit the beat with norwood's police chief. i'm tracking matthew but also this front. how they're what's for dinner tonight? wegmans ez meals. dinner's not just delicious, it's done. [mmmm] we made it for you. like this favorite. scallops with garlic pesto sauce made fresh every day. it's ready to cook. just pop it in the oven put it on your plate.
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right now, a dry start but i'm tracking matthew's moisture and this front for a chance of rain this weekend. a local charity with ties to haiti is accepting donation today to help after hurricane matthew. the items needed the most. one day out from the next presidential debate and donald trump issuing a big apology. >> i wanted it -- >> i said it, i was aapologize. >> the fallout from a recording of trump. >> a 95-year-old man killed in his own home, his wife seriously hurt. the new clue police are hoping leads to an arrest. we begin this saturday morning with a live look at hurricane matthew. the wind and rain pummeling
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moving almost as if it's a twig in the wind. thanks so much for waking up with fox 25 morning news. it's 7:00 a.m. i want to check in with jason brewer in the weather center for a look at matthew's latest path. good morning, still a cat 2 hurricane moving along the south carolina coastline. slamming into charleston, the northern eyewall. just got a wilmington, north carolina, it's moving off due north to the northeast. that could bring the center of the eye ashore later this morning. going forward in time into sunday afternoon at 2:00, this thing is east of the u.s. coastline and hopefully not to return. that's the current thinking. there's matthew now but this front coming in has a chance to scoop this tropical moisture up and bring us lane.
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right now, we're seeing fog in low-lying spots. that will burn off through 9:00 a.m. we're in the 50s in boston but 40s into the burbs, even upper 30s. you want your jackets early but a nice afternoon at 70 degrees in many locations thanks to a southerly wind that's going to be moving in ahead of this front. i got a closer look at when to expect the rain this weekend. a >> the death toll continues to rise from matthew, nearly 900 confirmed dead, mostly in haiti. this is a look at the devastation. homes completely flattened, mud on the streets. we do have a -- good news to report. an orphanage with local ties in haiti has weathered the storm. fox 25 has been in close contact with be like britt since the organization began getting ready
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we'll have more on that in a live report. i've never said i'm a perfect person. nor pretended somebody someone that i'm not. i've said and done things i regret. >> this morning republican presidential candidate donald trump is issuing a huge apology for comments he made 11 years ago. newly surfaced video catches trump talking graphically about how he treats women he finds attractive. >> use some tick tax in case i start kissing here. >> this morning donald trump is feeling the backlash of a deacon decades old conversation. you can hear trump casually discussing making aggressive advances towards women with billy bush. >> i just start kissing them,
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mag. >> he's apologizing. >> i said it, i was wrong, i apologize. let's be honest, we're living in the real world. this is nothing more than a distraction from the important issues. >> some trump backers are distancing themselves from the businessman turned politician. paul ryan says trump will no longer appear with him wisconsin. and jason chai tows is withdrawing his. billy bush, heard laughing with trump in that footage is issuing an apology of his own for participating in the conversation. >> and this morning hillary clinton has yet to comment on trump's apology but had
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this is horrific. we cannot allow this man to become president. meantime, elizabeth warren also reacting, the pair have a history of going to war on twitter. and that's what warren did last night tweeting to trump, were you lying or was sexual assault part of your action every day? as of now, trump has not responded to warren's question. it all comes as hillary clinton is being controversy of her own. we'll have details on that plus how donald trump is lashing out at the clintons and the impact this new video could have on trump's chances at the polls coming up in our next half hour. we want to remind you tomorrow is the second presidential debate. fox 25's blair miller will be live in st. louis, missouri with live updates and reports. stick with fox 25 for complete coverage on air and on line.
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morning and the storm continues to climb up the east coast leaving destruction in its wake. so far 900 people have been killed as a result of this massive hurricane. this morning more than a million people in florida, georgia and south carolina are in the dark. they're without power. this is a look at charleston. overnight, heavy rain and winds battered that area. a similar scene in georgia as well. in this picture you can see rain pouring clean up gets under way in florida. huge trees in the middle of the road. the brunt of the storm hit that state yesterday bringing down trees, flinging debris. roads completely flooded out. heavy rains and strong winds scattered in the road. the damage there nothing compared to what haiti has suffered. the united nations calls the situation there the largest humanitarian event since the
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hundreds of people are dead and hundreds of thousands more are living in emergency shelters. humanitarian aide is sent from around the world to haiti, including here in massachusetts. stephanie is live in worcester where help is being gathered for an orphanage with special local ties. >> reporter: we're outside the center of the be like brit which as an orphanage in haiti. you can see this shipping of the center. they're going to be holding a donations drive hoping to fill this shipping container with items to help with those relief efforts. then eventually when they can, they're going to send this container to haiti but, again, be like brit has an orphanage in haiti. the foundation was created in owner of local resident britney
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the 2010 earthquake on a missions trip. early this week i spoke with the orphanage director and he told me they opened their doors to families who needed a safe place to stay. now many of those families don't have a home to go back to and so the center is holding a donation drive 9:00 to 1:00 asking for monetary donations will you also peanut butter, canned tuna, powder milk and bars of soap. container as soon as the airport and roads are up and running. want to show you that information on your screen if you want to come to worcester. the donations drive is 9:00 until 1:00 today at the be like brit operation center, 66 pullman street in worcester next to price choppers. we'll put a full list of the donations at fox25boston.com. this isn't the only local
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all they can to help with those relief efforts. coming up in 30 minutes we're going to feature a local hospital who is doing the same. in worcester, fox 25 news. developing this morning, police in -- continue a hunt for a person who killed a elderly man and hurt his wife during a home invasion in their east river street home. 95-year-old thomas harty was killed. this morning his wife remains hospitalized. whoever is responsible may have taken off in the couple's car, a 2003 gray or silver toyota corolla station wagon. plate number m99949. we have that information on our website. go to fox25boston.com for another look. meantime, it has now been two months since another murder and still no answers. vanessa marcotte was killed jogging near her mother's home.
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police aren't saying whether they have any solid leads based on those tips. the tip line is on your screen if you know anything. a new hampshire man is facing charges in connection with a baby's death. the 19-month-old was found wednesday at a home on ashworth avenue in hampton. the baby's gender and details of what happened haven't been released but we know that the man who has been arrested is the baby'ste he's now facing child endangerment and other charges, accused of purposely violating a duty to care. the cause of the baby's death remains under investigation but whitman is held on $10,000 bail. he will in court monday. this come is facing charges in connection with an incident involving another 19-month-old. kayla cassidy is accused of shaking her boyfriend's baby so hard that little girl had severe head injuries.
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lebanon, new hampshire. cassidy is charged with assault but the good news is the baby is expected to survive. this morning we're learning a driver involved in east boston hit and run actually took the time to get out of his car and look at the victim before taking off. this was according to a witness on the scene. that hit and run happened at the gove and paris streets outside the neighborhood health clinic in east boston. the car backed into the intersection and sabina taylor yesterday. taylor's son tells fox 25 she's recovering from a broken leg. the bad news is she's not going to be able to reprice her be loved role as queen isabella in tomorrow's columbus day parade. >> i told her when are you going to abdicate? never never, i'm going to die on the throne. the words were prophetic in a
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build, dark hair, and may be driving a small gray car. boston police asking you to being be on the lookout for that man. a dorchester man will spend 8 years behind bars for hitting and killing a young girl in the summer of 2015. james horton was driving twice the speed limit when he hit 8-year-old yadielys camacho. hit. he pleaded guilty and apologized. he's been ordered to pay $10,000 restitution. a trial set for the man involved in a high-speed chase in pelham, new hampshire. >> get on the ground right now. on the ground! >> wednesday's chase ended when justin stowen's car flipped over. the 22-year-old had minor
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and traffic violations. two losses in two days for the sox. but the battle's not over. there's still time. the big comeback the sox are looking to make in game three of the playoffs. plus a police chief and u.s. attorney walking the beat, taking the streets of a local town by storm. next, we'll tell you about the simple question that led to this message of unity. >> we're off to a cool, foggy start. i ha brighten up and also when showers move back in for the
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in new hampshire, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses, protected education... created jobs. e 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 ayotte's not working for us.
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>> after a rash of issues with police relations, the u.s. department of justice declared a week of community policing efforts. chief brooks wanted to share what he's been doing for years so he jumped on the phone with the u.s. attorney for massachusetts. >> i asked the u.s. attorney to walk the beat. to my surprise they called back and said she would love to. >> it hits at the heart of what an officer's job is, to e who they're protecting. >> fool patrols are a big part of what the chief does. he's out here himself once a week. >> he walks, he has everybody come in. >> they walk the beat close to two hours, spending time with shop owners. >> it makes it easy if you have concerns to call someone you know. >> just talking through common problems.
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unbelievable. >> it's crazy. >> they agree the relationships being built are key to making any street safer. >> i found people tell you things when they bump into you that they would never call the police about. >> protect them, make them feel safe. barnstable police continue to investigate this crash on main street in hyannis that shut down the street about two hours. a man walking along the sidewalk was hurt after a him. two other cars were also involved. in all, seven people, including a pedestrian, were sent to the hospital. one driver failed to yield to another and caused a ripple effect. two drivers were cited. no word on the condition of the pedestrian but we'll keep you posted. take a look at this video out of groton, vermont. does it get much better?
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matt benedetto captured the autumn colors right there and the next few weeks will be prime foliage season across new england. >> i could watch that all day long. stunning. we're getting to see the changes in southern new england right now. of course we're getting brighter colors to the north. they've had more rain and with the gypsy moths it's not going to be the best. >> it's not going to be as vibrant but >> still you know it's fall. it feels like it. this time of october we typically get a little bump up in tropical cyclone activity and that's what we're seeing. we have nichole, matthew, folks in south carolina are dealing with 87-mile-an-hour winds on hilton head, that's a live report, guys. this is on the backside of the eyewall of matthew. so right now edisto beach,
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with the worst of matthew. it's moving north and northeast so it may make a landfall but either way, damaging winds are onshore and will stay there the rest of today. by sunday afternoon, matthew is weakening and pulling away from the u.s. and it should remain well to the south over open water and weaken over time. temperatures right now, in the 40s and 50s in most locations. couple of those normally c the vineyard 35 to 39. visibilities are low in a lot of spots. plymouth, over to new bedford, portsmouth, new hampshire, nashua, all reporting dense fog all the way to providence. if you're getting out early on, that's going to be through 9:00 in the morning. then we lift the fog out, we're slowly rising the thermometer into the upper 50s by 9:00 a.m. in boston.
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evening. mainly dry. there's a slight chance for a light shower to come ashore mainly on the south coast into western mass as we get into the afternoon. temperatures about 70 degrees in most locations. the clouds are building in. here's futurecast. i've been watching this front, this is the one that is helping to move matthew's circulation east of new england. however, with the front and moisture on the way from the tropics, w rain chance. it's after midnight when the rain chance goes up. sunday morning, scattered showers. not so much in central and western mass but in boston over to the south and east, cape and the islands. these are the areas for the first half of sunday that are going to have to deal with occasionally heavier showers, especially the cape and the islands where we could pick up a good half inch of rain. the 7-day forecast, we have showers for the first half of sunday, i think by sunday
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taper from the west to the east. on monday, columbus day, sunny, 62. next week a new front by thursday with a new chance for rain. i have more unthought coming -- matthew coming up. >> the country can't escape the clown hysteria. we'll tell you about a new sighting that landed one man in handcuffs. excessive selfie snapping. the reason experts say for help. in new hampshire, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses, for help. 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 ayotte's not working for us.
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welcome back. are you a selfie addict? if so a study suggests it could loanness. the research suggested the personalities -- or judged the personalities of 300 people and how often they snapped selfies and found those who took photos of themselves often and who post them to social media do it to seek approval from others and it could be a sign of relationships problems. today is international
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aquarium is already celebrating. look at that giant guy, she put on her best purple outfit. cy is the star of the tentacles take hold exhibit. it's amazing and it's a she. pirate treasures discovered off the coast of cape cod. a mask went down in the 1700s along with 400,000 coins and riches. clifford says he hopes that people will be able to investigate the site this month. right now i'm tracking matthew over south carolina. this front moving in to bring some rain to southern new england. i got the timing on all that straight ahead. >> a donations drive will be held today to help residents in
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now at 7:30. hurricane matthew bearing down on south carolina right now. you're take a live look right here at the southern part of the east coast and you can see just really wet roads out there and the wind very busy as well.
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fallen toa category 2 hurricane. four part time have died people have died in the u.s. but the hasting government reports more than 800 dead. 1.2 million are without power from florida to south carolina. jason brewer has been tracking the storm since the beginning. the worst is slamming south carolina right now even though the hurricane hasn't made landfall. >> it won't matter if it does or doesn't, the worst part of the eye is on shore, charleston, beauford, even hilton head. the hurricane will move east of north carolina tomorrow afternoon as this front comes in and knocks it eastward but the front is also going to mean a chance of rain in southern new england. not so much today. we're looking at fog and just otherwise mainly clear skies this morning and cool.
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it's 40 in norwood, 41 bedford, 47 in lawrence. increasing clouds after the fog burns off through 9:00 a.m. but it's a pleasant day. mid and upper 60s for lunch hour. 6:00, mid and upper 60s with mostly cloudy skies. the rain chance mainly late tonight and then the first part of tomorrow i'll have more on that when it moves out. >> hurricane matthew, even though it's been downgraded it remains a storm. joe bruno is in folly beach in south carolina as the hurricane bears down on that area. >> the eyewall is approaching folly beach. as a result we're feeling some of the most violent wind and rain yet. take a look at how the wind is tossing the palm trees. you can see the rain flying into my side. we're experiences gusts 60-70 miles an hour. the good news is high tide was
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concerns with hurricane matthew hitting during high tide. you can see the waves coming towards us in the hotel. they're roughs are violent but high tide was several hours ago so we're not dealing with that. the major threat is the storm surge, anywhere from 4-8 feet. i'm talking about the center of the hurricane, when that pressure drops, all that water builds up and as hurricane matthew approaches that pushes that water into the coastal south carolina towns. most of the destruction. over at the charleston harbor we're seeing flooding already from the storm surge. water levels in the harbor were eight feet higher than normal levels during high tide. that's some of the things we're experiencing five miles from here. the hotel we're at lost power. all of james island has, 100,000 people in charleston are in black. this is something that's only going to get worse as the
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>> the damage from matthew in haiti is massive. hundreds dead, thousands in shelters. human. >> stephanie is in worcester where people are gathering supplies to send to an orphanage with local ties. >> reporter: yeah, these are efforts that are very close to the hearts of those who are here at the be like britt foundation. we're in worcester, their center. they have an orphanage in haiti. be like britt was created for britney. >> they have an orphanage there that they helped prepare for hurricane matthew and now they're helping residents after
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everything. in worcester they're holding a donation drive, collecting items from 9:00 to 1:00. there's another local nonprofit, st. boniface haiti foundation is working to get resources and staff members to haiti as quickly as possible. >> there's just total devastation. there's no services, there's no aid getting to a lot of communities. a lot of them are completely isolated. >> reporter: the biggest issue is because l blocked, people cannot get to the hospital. what we've done is compiled a list on how you can help those in haiti. we've put that on our website, fox25boston.com. in worcester, fox 25 news. this morning donald trump is apologizing for one of the first times over a newly released audio recording where he's heard
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anything he wants. "washington post" obtained the article. trump brags about kissing and groping any woman he's attracted to. last night trump issued an apology but at the same time couldn't resist the urge getting in a dig at his running mate. >> i've said some foolish things but there's a big difference between the words and actions of other people. bill clinton abused women and hillary bullied, attacked, shamed and intimidated victims. >> the fallout has been swift. house speaker paul ryan will no longer appear at an event for trump in wisconsin today. former massachusetts governor mitt romney sent out this scathing tweet: hitting on married women? condoning assault? such vile degradation corrupts america's face to the world. jeb bush says as the grandfather
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can excuse away donald trump's reprehensible comments. we spoke to author tom way land about the comments and he expects clinton to bring the issue up on sunday during that debate. >> this is political dynamite and she'll try to mention it whenever she can. even if there's a question on foreign policy she'll probably bring it up right to because it's out there. it's big and juicy and why not? >> this morning clinton's camp is dealing with a political bombshell. wikileaks released thousands of pages on hillary clinton and they're emails sent by her campaign manager including partial transcripts from clinton's closed door speeches with goldman sachs that she
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prokeystone pipeline comments and passages in which she admitted to being out of touch with middle class issues. it means both clinton and trump will have many difficult questions to face at the debate. you can watch it on fox 25 followed by a special addition of fox 25 news. blair miller will be providing us with live reports. to other news, state police are working to find out why an suv burstnt man inside. look at this video. you see the jeep destroyed. the car was found on 495 south by mile marker 11. the man killed as not been identified. relief in sight for local towns dealing with noisy skies. coming up, the new plans to make travel in and out of logan airport a little bit quieter for people on the ground. first, another one of those
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another local town. the weapons police found when they pulled over two men driving around wearing clown masks. >> i'm tracking a weekend rain chance. i'll have the latest and show in new hampshire,
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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 ayotte's not working for us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. interviewer: what would you do with
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waving any weapons. >> it's getting scarier. >> yet another creepy clown sighting, this time in fall river, a customer of delken dry cleaners told police these clowns were armed, driving around the parking lot. >> it's so silly. why do they need to make more things for people to be afraid of. >> police tracked the license plate to the address of erik harrison who told police eand ryan coleman were in the car. searching the trunk officers found five knives and a meat cleaver. coleman was arrested and arraigned friday morning. this isn't the first local case of charges against a clown prankster. a father in auburn in trouble after several middle school kids reported this man in a clown mask following their bus tuesday. >> everybody was walking home nervous and everybody was like run from that guy, he's following us. >> since then students have been
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>> my friends are texting me at 1:00 a.m. saying they're scared and can't go to sleep and they feel sick. they're like sleeping with something just in case someone comes in. >> that dad faces charges of disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace. so does ryan coleman who wrote on facebook, just got out of jail for wearing a clown mask. looks like i got to buy another one, later defending his actions, people were saying we have knives and guns. getting blown out of proportion. >> a local college athlete looks like the picture of health. that feint scar the only sign she's fighting for her life. coming up, the inspiration her fight is giving to her field hockey team. first, hanging from a rope? dozens of feet off the ground. the reason local first responders say training for a situation like this
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talk about high anxiety. emphasis on the word high. this kind of rescue is one of the most dangerous things a first responder can face. this past week firefighters from all over boston trained several stories above ground. they brought blair miller along to see why it's so important, especially in this day and age. >> in a city where high rises keep coming, especially the seaport district. it's inside this building that's key for first responders. >> keep going. pull. >> firefighters from all over the boston area suiting up in gear they don't normally wear. >> lower one guy down.
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white is leading this parts of a homeland security exercise. >> what we see more often these days is construction-like injuries, collapses, and we can revenge them. >> a few weeks ago it happened in cambridge. these pictures show the rescue. >> you never know what kind of situation we'll get into. >> boston firefighter chris smith recently moved to one of the busiest stations in the city. for him this is invaluable. things are changing and there's high-rise buildings everywhere, that's why we're doing this, you never know when we'll be needed. >> in this situation, firefighters are going after a victim, in this case me, as i'm dangling a couple stories above ground. >> we mounted a camera at the other end of the line. >> what is missing from this and the real feel? >> pressure, obviously. >> this is a safe environment. >> safe today but it's
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its fun at the end of the day. >> funding comes from homeland security and involves agencies all around boston. if a rescue like this happens it usually involves several agencies. an interactive anchor. local towns may be a small step closer to relief after years of constant roars of airlines heard overhead. the faa and massport are teaming up with researchers to look at possible changes including the height planes fly over. having more flights go over the ocean and changing the frequency of flights. congressman lynch promised to bring it to court if the plan is not effective. >> the class action suit will be joined by my colleagues in cities similarly affected. >> massport and the faa did not give a specific timeline on when
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it will be within a year. october is down's syndrome awareness month and tomorrow there's a walk to celebrate. the buddy walk and family festival in wakefield happens tomorrow. it's always an uplifting, positive event and fox 25 is the media sponsor. i'm emcee. that's me and my buddy drew. john tucker from born this way will help kick off a after-party dance on the pbs steve song will provide additional entertainment. there's still time to register. under the circumstances always a great -- it's always a great day on the lake. we're hoping for dry weather. it's tricky but it's going to be around noon tomorrow in wakefield. 20% chance of rain? 30? >> i would about 50/50 at that point. we have to get the front to move east and move the moisture away.
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matthew right now. this is a look at a category 2 hurricane that's lashing the south carolina coast. matthew's moisture, some of that will get picked up and move our way so we're concerned about rain tomorrow. we need it. seabrook island to charleston into upstate south carolina is where the worst winds are occurring. we just had a gust to 87 miles an hour at hilton head on the backside of the eye. there's that hurricane side of charleston this morning. the tornado risk all the way up into north carolina so we just had a tornado warning around wilmington as the land interaction is possible with those tornadoes spinning up from the ocean and coming ashore. let me show you the tropical track. this is a making its way northeastward toward southern north carolina. then overnight, into tomorrow, it starts to pull away from
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out to sea and weakening. the exact path beyond that uncertain. temperatures rights now in the 40s in most locations. we need our jackets as we start the day. it's a cool, fall morning. we have the fog around. not so much in boston but employment, new bedford, norwood, even dedham, nashua, keene, dense fog. watch out on the roads. it lifts after 9:00 a.m. so at 9:00, we're at boston at noon, 67 degrees. very comfortable and then at 6:00, another 67-degree reading under mainly dry skies. there could be a chance of a light shower coming into the south coast, the worcester hills, western mass before sunset but nothing to plan around at this point. light southerly wind flow means temperatures near 70 degrees this afternoon. so not too bad on the temperature forecast for today. here's a look at futurecast.
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out. the better rain chance holds off until late tonight and into the first half of sunday. so there you see waking up sunday, the cape and the islands, boston south and eastward. that is where we're going to have a better chance of rain at least through the first half of sunday. it could be a sharp cutoff north and west of boston. the weekend in view, watching the timing of that front. it's at 50% at least through midday sunday areas favored. columbus day is sunny, cool in the morning, 62 in the afternoon and staying dry until next thursday, then a new front with a chance of rain. thank you. coming up, a convicted sex offender sentenced to nearly 200 years in prison. but now he's out. the plea deal that got him released and sent back to his home in one local community. another loss as the sox take on cleveland in the race for the
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the sox, three straight wins or 4.5 months of regret. a resounding shutout by the indians to put about boston's backs against the wall. david price not shedding the monkey on his back. brandon guyer into shallow left good enough to get the indians on the board. still in the second, lonny chisenhall down the hall, just
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corey kluber was great. the bullpen shut it down. sox limited to three hits. they lose game 2, 6-0. >> it's clear what lies ahead. we go home down 0-2, clay buchholz on the mounds sunday with an attitude of no tomorrow. >> boston college hosting clemson last night. the eagles outmatched. clemson is the number 3 team in the trophy candidate. 56 yards, the longest play of the season for the tigers. the eagles lose it 56-10. the sox back at fenway to work out today. the patriots take their place in cleveland as they put the finishing touches on tomorrow's game plan for the matchup against the browns. >> big weekend in sports for new england. there's something special going on in a local college field
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even as she's fighting for every win. it looks like the picture of health. the only outward side of illness is a feint scar on her neck but she's battling a disease that cancer cells can pop up anytime. >> she's the definition of a strong woman. she's probably one of the strongest people i know. >> the stonehill college field hockey player says tumors have been found at every scan she's had since diagnosed four years ago. the cancer is in her lungs and also battling pneumonia as she continues to play. mackenzie, we're rooting for you. the top officer of the law and a local cheap of police patrolling the streets. we'll tell you the reason the u.s. attorney hit the beat with
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>> right now we have sunny skies in boston but in view, out in the distance, dense fog. we have pockets of that. watch out as you head out this morning. when it burns off and when to expect rain coming up. bumped, bruised and prepping for surgery. the crash keeping a local celebrity from reprising her annual role in something
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right now, morning news, a dry start but i'm tracking matthew's moisture and this front for a chance of rain this weekend. >> a local charity with ties to haiti is accepting donations to help after hurricane matthew. the items they're hoping to fill this shipping container with.
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>> you are looking at some rain in the forecast, jason in. >> that's what we have to deal with, heather. i have the latest numbers from the hurricane center, it weakened from a cat 2 to 1, 835 miles per hour sustained winds. it will be weakening as it passes east of north carolina tomorr now you can see those strong and damaging winds, lashing the charleston area, and there you see it. tracking east along the coastline. throughout the day today. and then by tomorrow afternoon it's passing east of north carolina and out to sea. meantime, here comes the front that's kicking matthew eastward. it is going to pull some moisture northward, so we will have to deal with rain mainly late tonight and into sunday. but temperatures rite now, under some fog in the 40s, and lower 50s. you see the fog in norwood,
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dedham, nashua, back toward keene, heads up lowell take some extra time early out there on the roads. we have a southerly wind today, out ahead of the front. so i do think the fog burns off between 9:00 and 10:00 and we are left with 70 degrees in many locations, this afternoon. but, before a chance for rain moves in, i have more on that timing coming up. >> check in with you soon, jason. death toll from matthew does continue to rise this morning. so far, nearly 900 people have been confirmed dead. most of those victims in and this is a look at the devastation there. we do have some good news to report, hour, out of haiti. an orphanage with local ties has weathered the storm, fox 25 has been in close contact with the orphanage since they began getting renearly a week aago from matthew to come their way. we have much more on the recovery efforts now underway to el he p people like brit and other people in haiti, local recovery efforts in massachusetts, coming up in the live report in a few minutes.
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investigating after some kind of a assault that happened in boston's theater district overnight. this is the scene on stewart street around 3:00 this morning. you can see quite a large police presence in front of the w. hotel. boston ems confirming one person was assaulted and taken to the hospital but is expected to live. police are also investigating another assault that happened earlier in the night. not far from there, near emerson's campus. that victim also was taken to the hospital but is expected to live. we have reached out to boston police to find out more information about both incidents and will will bring you the breaking news. >> i never said i'm a perfect person nor pretended to be someone i'm not. i have said and done things i regret. >> well, this morning, republican presidential candidate donald trump is issuing a big apology now for comments he made 11 years ago. some newly surfaced video
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about how he treats women who he finds attractive. now political analysts say it could impact him big time. >> i better use tick tacks in case i start kissing her. >> this week, donald trump is feeling the backlash of a decades old conversation, the the republican candidate was preparing for a came yo on a soap opera. in it, you can hear trump making aggressive advances to women with host billy bush. >> i'm like a i don't even wait. when you are a star they let you do it. you can do anything. >> whatever you want? >> trump's comments become more vulgar from there, now he is apologizing, well, also remaining defiant. >> i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. let's been hoest. we are living in the real world, this is nothing more than a distraction from the important issues we are facing today. >> but some trump backers are already distancing themselves from the businessman turned politician, republican house
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will no longer appear with him at an event in wisconsin today and develop congressman jay sob chafe fetes is withdrawing (^) his support of his party's nominee. >> i feel bad for the country. i feel back for the pensions and donald trump's wife and his daughter. >> and meantime billy bush, who can be heard laughing with trump in that footage, is issuing an apology of his own for participating in the conversation. >> so this morning hillary clinton has not yet commented on trump's have something to say about the controversial itself, tweeting this message yesterday "this is horrific. we cannot allow this man to become president." also, elizabeth warren reacting in and as you know, warren and trump have a history of going head-to-head on twitter and that's exactly what warren did around 11:30 last night when she tweeted directly to donald trump, write, "were you lying or was sexual assault part of your action every day? ." as of right now, trump
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from elizabeth warren. and it all comes as hillary clinton is being hit with fresh controversy of her own. we have dill tails on that, plus how trump is lashing out at the the clintons and the impact this new video could have on trump's chances of getting elected coming up in our next half hour. but, we do want to remind you, tomorrow is the second presidential debate and fox 25's blair miller will be live in st. louis, missouri, for us, bringing us updates. stay with fox 5 for complete coverage both on air and matthew now, our other big story of the morning. storms continue to climb the east coast leaving a path of destruction in its wake. so far, this storm has been responsible for killing nearly 900 people. well, this morning more than a million people in florida, georgia, and south carolina are without power and this is footage out of charleston overnight. where heavy rain and winds battered the area. a similar scene in georgia there. you can see rain pouring down
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savannah. this is as the cleanup gets underway in florida. the brunt of the storm hit the sunshine state yesterday. certainly not a lot of sun out there yesterday. trees down. flinging around debris and flooding out roads. also, heavy winds there as well. the damage here in haiti, which we are looking at right now, nothing compared to what we just saw in florida and georgia. the united nations is ul king the situation in haiti the largest humanitarian event since the deadly earthquake six ago. hundreds of people are dead. unhes of thousands more living in emergency shelters now because of matthew. humanitarian aid is being sent from around the world, including from right here in massachusetts. fox 25's stephanie coueignoux is live in worcester for us this morning, where help is being gathered for an orphanage with local ties and, stephanie, this morning they are asking for donations, which i see right behind you? >> yeah, we are here at the b. like brit center and, in fact,
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opened up this shipping contain tainer here. they are hoping to fill the shipping container with all sorts of donations to eventually send to haiti once the airport is back up and running. now, be like brit is also, as you mentioned, heather, has an orphanage in haiti as well. and the foundation was actually created in honor of local resident brittany gang l who was in haiti during the 2010 earthquake. she was on a mission trip there when she was killed and now this organization, again, with haiti, they are dedicated to helping the residents in haiti. now, earlier this week, i spoke with the director of the orphanage in haiti and he was telling me they opened up their doors to families who needed a safe place to stay, but now many of those families don't have a home to go back to. today, the b. like brit center in worcester is holding a donations drive and asking for monetary donations, but they are also asking for items like peanut butter, canned tuna,
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of soap. and a again, once the airport, once the roads reopen in the country, they are going to be senting that shipping container to them. we have put that information on your screen right now. again, the drive is going to be from 9:00, so just about in an hour to 1:00 this afternoon, here at the operations center. that address, again, on your screen. 66 palm street in worcester which is right next to price chopper. we will be here and we will be speaking with cheryl ann in a getting this up and running. but, we have put a full list of those donations on our web site, fox 25 boston.com (^). and again this is not the only organization here locally that's helping coming up in 30 minutes we will highlight a local hospital as well. in worcester, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> great thing they are doing there, stephanie, thank you. developing this morning, police in orange continue to hunt for the person who killed an elderly man and seriously hurt his wife. that elderly man's wife.
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couple's east river street home. 95 year-old thomas har diwas killed. this morning, his 77 year-old wife remains hospitalized. and police say whoever is responsible may have taken off in the couple's car. it looks like this. the 2003 gray or silver toyota corolla station wagon like this one. the license plate is m. 99949. we have information on our web site, if you want to take at look at this car. log on to fox 25 boston.com for another people in weymouth are up in arms this morning after a registered sex offender moved into their community. richard gardner was convicted decades ago of kidnapping and raping young children in two different states. listen to this. he was sentenced to 190 years in prison. but he only had to serve two decades worth after pleading guilty at a new trial in 1992. garner was released monday. he is now able to move back to his family's home. that news is not sitting well
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neighborhood. >> that is disgusting they let him come back. >> i'm afraid something bad will happen. i really am. >> police got a report from the gardeners after they say someone broke their front window. gardener will remain on probation until the year 2043. this morning we are learning a driver involved in an east boston hit and run actually took the time to get out of the car and take a look at victim before driving off. this is according to a witness on the scene. it happened at the outside the neighborhood health clinic there. police say a car backed into the intersection and hit 77 year-old sabina taylor (^) yesterday. taylor's son tells fox 25 she is recovering from a broken leg and the good news is, she only had a eck broen leg. the bad news is that will keep her from being able to play queen isabella. she has been doing this for many years in the columbus day parade, which takes place tomorrow. >> i told her this year when are you going to andy kate and she
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prophetic in a way. >> glad aglain she only has a broken leg. the witnesses say the driver was in his late 20s, thin build and dark hair and you should call boston police if you know anything. two losses in two days for the sox but the battle is not over yet. we will tell you about the big comeback the sox will make in game 3 of the playoffs. we have the sports report, plus, a police chief and a u.s. attorney rock walking the beat down the streets of one local town and coming up next we questions that led to this message. >> areas of dense fog a concern over the next couple hours. i will pinpoint some of those spots and show you when we brighten up and when some wet weather moves into southern new
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day, u.s. attorney carmen ortiz. >> we are actually doing what the government is doing now. >> great. what part of the government are you learning about? >> today, the legislature. >> after a rash of issues with police relations in other parts of the country, the u.s. department of justice wanted to declare a week for community policing efforts. chief brooks wanted to share what he has been doing for years, so he jumped on the phone with the u.s. attorney for the district of massachusetts. >> when i st community policing a bunch of police walked the beat with me. they called back and said she would love to. >> it sets us apart what the officers are saying, which is to engage with the community, get to know who they are protecting. >> foot patrols is a big part of what the chief does in norwood, he makes sure he is out here himself at once a week. >> they all come in. >> the chief and attorney ortiz walked for close to two hours, spending time with shop owners.
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someone, you know. >> right. and just talking through common problems. >> the problems are unbelievable. >> it is, yeah, it's crazy. >> i mean,. [inaudible] >> they agree the relationships being built are the key to making any street safer. >> i found the people will tell you things when they bump into you that they would never call the police about. >> protect them. meet their needs. and really make them feel safe. >> no norwood, robert goulston, fox 25 news. >> nice partnership there. newton football coaches are on paid leave after an incident on board a school bus. that incident is being investigated. that's all we can tell you right now. we are still working to get more details about what exactly happened on the bus. all the superintendent tell fox 25 is they were carrying freshman football players and the they are promising a thor reand swift investigation. we will stay on op of this as details become available. drivers may be heading up the
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wrong story there. this story is about -- somebody who -- i'm sorry, we are going to go to weather first before we go to that story right there. jason, you are here, and you have been talking about fall foalian all morning long. it's beautiful out there. thankfully we are not dealing with anything like they are down south. the wind gusts can be 80-90 miles per hour down there in the georgia area. >> yeah, hilton head up to charleston this morning, in fact, said she will put a facebook live stream of the the damaging wind in charleston right now. look at this. this is a wind gust, i just got reported into the storm tracker weather center. 87 miles per hour hilton head? some of you familiar with that area. great vacation spot, of course. there is charleston k look at this band of red, so very intense rainfall right on the north side of what is now a category 1 hurricane matthew by the way. it has weakened just a little
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is irrelevant at this point. you can see mt. pleasant to folly beach. this area is just getting hammered with the torrential rain, the storm surge, the tornado risk, all the way up into north carolina. we have had tornado warnings there. there is the northeast quadrant of the hurricane. so, with any landfall and tropical cyclone you have the tornado risk. here is the latest traffic. a category 1 hurricane right along the north carolina coast. then it moves east of the afternoon, it's out over open water. still some uncertainty in the extended track, how it might interaction with nicole that is out there, either way it's out over open water. now, right now in boston it's 53 degrees, the dew point is 53. so we have a matching saturated air mass indicated by those numbers, notice the wind direction, it is out of the south now. so that's going to help break up some of the fog and allow us to warm up this afternoon, but we are sitting in the 40s and the
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beginning the day, just had a tweet when is the fog going to lift. might take until 10 a.m. in our normally colder pockets, the low-lying valley, i do expect fog to improve. the visibility is to improve over the next half hour though, as we are seeing bright sunshine above those thicker fog banks. so, it's a slow warmup today, but we will get nice. pleasant. how about 67 degrees at noon in boston. at 6:00 o'clock i have another 67 degrees reading for you. we will hit the types in between, and the upper 60s on worcester and close to 70 in boston and 71 in the merrimac valley. let's track clouds and rain, we have the clouds moving in during the late day, they will increase. and then by, say, 10:00-11:00, a chance of showers coming up, but most of us stay dry for our evening plans. it's going to be after midnight. it will be waking up tomorrow morning, where we have a much better chance for that rain to get all the way to the ground, remember, the air is very dry right now.
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with this front is going to make for some wet times as we get started on fox 25 morning news tomorrow. now, the best chance is going to be southeastern massachusetts, the cape and islands to get maybe a quarter to half inch of rain on sunday. areas to the west could stay totally dry, so we are watching that feed of moisture very carefully and where it sets up. just know the eastern areas have a better wetter chance for your sunday. that could linger past the lunchtime hour, too. then on monday, we are sunny 62, tuesday, wednesday, looking good. low and middle 60s. it is thursday when another front comes in, with a chance of rain. i have much more coming up on matthew and how much rain we could be seeing this weekend coming up. >> all right. we will keep checking back with you, thank, jason. the the country can't escape the ongoing clown his hysteria it seems. coming up the new sighting that landed a man in handcuffs. plus, excessive selfie snapping, we are talking about it this morning and why it crowd have a
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video here, police caught the group trying to steal that metal, but one of them couldn't bear the weight and as you saw right there took a tumble as they were trying to make their get away. it happened thursday morning off east belcher road. officers are still looking for the trio, if you have any idea who they may be you can call foxboro police. boston police are hoping some new crime fighting technology will help them target cyber thieves. the department is getting ready to buy software that can search twitter and facebook and other possible the herald said the software will monitor post for threatening words and emojis and can create a profile of a specific user on-line history. critics of this all say it could lead to people getting investigated for harmless posts. are you a selfie addict? it could mean you are struggling with loneliness. the research judged the personalities of 300 people and how frequently they snapped
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and the winds have been whipping there all morning long. we have been watching a live shot there all morning long. here is the very latest on the storm right now to bring you up to speed on things. matthew has fallen to a category 2 hurricane with sustained winds of 105 miles per hour. four people in the u.s. have died as a result of the hurricane. this morning, the haitian government is also reporting more than 800 dead there. 1.2 million people remained without power from florida to south carolina. and brewer is in the storm tracker weather center tracking the worst of it. jason, it is slamming north carolina right now, the eye of matthew. even though it hasn't officially made landfall in north carolina. >> that's right. the northern part of the eye wall is the most dangerous in the cyclone right now. so, it doesn't matter if it comes a i shore officially or not. now, the latest 8 a.m. numbers are in from the hurricane center and we are seeing good news. it weakened to a category 1 hurricane, 85 miles per hour.
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so it's come off of north. so, it's going to be traveling parallel to the carolina coastline. you saw what kind of damage it did in florida, a major hurricane, but you are talking about attorneys, the risk for flooding and storm surge. here comes the front that i'm watching. that's kicking matthew eastward, but some moisture does get picked up by that front and moves into southern new england late tonight, tomorrow, i have more on that coming up. right now we are dealing with 40s and 50s. some comfortable fall temperatures. but, fog look at plymouth, over to keene and orange, even some fog still left here in dedham, but between 9:00 and 10 a.m., that will lift out. it is going to be a pleasant lunchtime, mid and upper 60s level, that will continue into the late day, too, as well. clouds will move in, but not much rain yet. i have got the timing on when it does straight ahead. >> all right. jason, thank you. even though matthew has been down graded, it does remain a powerful and dangerous storm. joe bruno is on foley beach in south carolina this morning, with the hurricane bearing down
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>> good morning, the eye wall is quickly approaching folly beach and as a result we are feeling some of the most violent winds and rain we have felt yet. you can take a look at the palm tree, just take a look at how this wind is tossing them around. you can see the rain flying into my side. we are experiencing wind gusts of about 60-70 miles per hour. now, the good news about this storm is high tide is around 1 a.m., so we don't have heavy concerns with the hurricane matthew hitting during high tide, you can see the waves co you can see they are pretty rough and rye vent, but again high tide was several hours ago. so, we are not dealing with that threat. the major threat will be the storm surge, we are expecting it to be anywhere from 4-8 feet. when i talk about the storm surge, i'm talking about the center of the hurricane, when that pressure drops all that water builds up and as hurricane matthew approach, it is going to push all that water into the coastal south carolina towns so that's where we will see the most of the destruction. over at the charleston harbor,
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from this storm surge, water levels in the harbor were 8 feet higher than normal levels during high tide. so that's some of the things we are experiencing, just about 5 miles from here, as far as here goes, the motel we are staying in has lost power, all the james island has, 100,000 people in the charleston area are in black right now. this is something that's only going to get worse as the morning progresses. on folly beach, i'm joe bruno. >> the damage from matthew in been reporting where hundreds are dead, thousands are in shelters this morning as a result of the flooding there and the devastation there. humanitarian aid is being sent from all over the world including from right here in massachusetts. this morning, fox 25's stephanie coueignoux join us live from worcester where people areth gaering supplies to send to an orphanage there with some special local ties, stephanie? >> i just spoke with one of the founders of be lick brit
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a very emotional week for them. they have an orphanage in haiti and also a center here in worcester, named for their daughter, brittany gang l who was killed during the 2010 earthquake in haiti. we are here inside one of the shipping containers. they are hoping to fill this shipping container with donations to send to haiti. that ease are just some of the items they are asking for items just like the canned tuna and other nonper iables but be like brit, they have an or footage this week i was speaking with one of the director, they were helping residents there earlier to prepare for hurricane matthew and now they are helping residents after the storm, many who lost everything. so, again, they are having a donations drive from 9:00 to 1:00 today, here at this center. there is also another local nonprofit, st. bonn faith haiti foundation out you newton are working to get resources as well as staff members to haiti, as
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there is to tall guess station, there is no services or aid getting to the community, a lot of them have been completely isolated. >> and the issue is that a lot of the roads are blocked because of all of that devastation. so, people just can't get to the hospitals. we put a full list of how you can help as well as the donations that the be like brit foundation are asking for today at the donations drive, again that's on the web site, fox 25 boston.com. in worcester, i'm stephanie coueignoux, >> new election 2016 now and this morning donald trump is apologizing for one of the first types in his campaign. it's because of a newly released audio recording that dates back to 2005, where trump can be heard boasting that, as a star, women let him do anything he wants. the washington post obtained the audio. in it, trump also bragged about kissing and globing any woman who he is attracted to.
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getting a dig in to his runningmate. >> there is i have said some foolish things but there is a bill difference between words and action, bill clinton has abused women and hillary clinton bully and shamed and attacked his victims. >> the the fallout has been swift. house speaker paul ryan said he will no longer appear at a trump event in wisconsin today. mitt romney sent out this married women? condoning assault? such vile dig gradations demean our wives and daughters and corrupt america's faust to the world. we spoke with a boston university political author about his comment and he said that this could affect trump's chances in the election, in the general election and also expects this to be brought up during the debate.
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>> it will try to put him down, even questions on foreign policy can bring it up. she has every right to, it's out there. it is big and juicy and why not? >> we also spoke, this morning, clinton's camp also dealing with political bomb shell of their own, wikileaks has released thousands of pages of information about hillary clinton. they have released e-mails sent by her campaign manager that were marked as those e-mails include partial transcripts from her closed door speeches with goldman sachs that she made after leaving the office of secretary of state. they also include pro keystone pipeline comments and passages in which she admitted to being out of touch with middle class issues. all of these issues for both the clinton and trump camps mean they have a tough time facing tough questions at tomorrow night's debate. you can watch it right here on fox 25.
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by a special edition of fox 25 news. our blair miller will be live in st. louis for us also, providing live reports from the debate. >> to other new, this is new this morning, a rude awakening for the people inside this home. a car missed that sharp turn right there. and it went straight through the barrier and into the home. this is on chase avenue in dudley early this morning. we are told the driver and passenger both had to be rushed to the hospital. fortunately, the good news is no one was inside that home. no e but the cause of the crash remains under investigation this morning. time 18:38 and relief is in sight for some local towns to deal with noisy skies on daily basis. coming up we will tell you about the new plan now to try to make travel in and out of logan airport a little bit quieter for folks on the ground. >> >> but first another disturbing scare with a clown in another local town. the weapons that police found when they pulled over two men
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around. >> good morning a foggy start and in spots but it will be lifting out, revealing 70 degrees weather this afternoon. but, there is a chance for rain coming up over the weekend, i have the latest hour-by-hour have the latest hour-by-hour forecast in new hampshire, 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 ayotte's not working for us.
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welcome back, some people are accused of taking crown craze too far, include ag man in fall river who police arrested for wearing a clown suit. they also say they found a knife on him.
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claims he wasn't waving any weapons and. >> getting scarier and scarier, it really is. >> yet another creepy clown siting, this time in fall river, a customer of bellkin dry cleaners told police these clowns were armed driving around the poring lot. >> it is so silly. why do they need to make more things so people will be afraid? >> police tracked the license plate to the address of an eric harrison who told police he and ryan coleman of fall river were in the car. coleman, he said, had bou searching the trunk, officers found five knives including a meat cleaver, coleman was arrested and arraigned friday morning. but, this is not the first local case of charges against the clown prankster. a father in auburn in trouble with the law after several middle school kids reported this man in a clown mask following their bus tuesday. >> everyone was walking home nervous, and everyone was like, run! go away from this guy. because he is following us. >> since then, students have been terrified of going back to school.
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me, it was like 1 a.m. saying they are scared and they can't go to sleep and they feel sick. and it like is sleeping with something just in case someone comes in. >> that dad faces charges of disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace, and so does ryan coleman, who wrote on what appear to be his facebook page, just got out of jail for wearing a clown mask. looks like i got to buy another one. later defending his actions, people were saying that we had knives and gun, waving them out the window. my snap shows none of that, so finally comment, it's getting blown out of proportion. >> christine mccarthy for fox 25 news. >> a local college athlete looks like the picture of health, all you can see is a fake scar on her neck, the only sign she is fighting for her life in actuality. we will tell you about the inspirational fight she is giving, inspiration to everyone on her team, too, but first hanging from a rope. dozens of feet off the ground. coming up next the reason local first responders say training
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>> talk about high anxiety, this kind of rescue could be one of the most dangerous things, the first responder has to do. but this week firefighters from all over boston trained for situations like that one, over and over from several stories miller along to see why it's so important that they train for situations like that one, especially right now. >> in a city where the high rises keep coming, especially ang along the sport district it's inside this i would being at the boston waste water treatment plant that is key for first responders. >> pull. >> firefighters from all over the boston area suiting up in gear they don't normally wear. >> one guy down, pick up the
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white is leading this part of a home l.a.p.d. security exercise. >> what we see is construction like injuries and failure of their equipment, that they get themselves in trouble, we can go in and rescue them. >> just a few weeks ago it happened in cam bridge. these pictures given to fox 25, show the rescue. >> you never know what kind of situation we are going to get into, as a rescue company. >> boston firefighter, chris schmidt, recently moved to one of the busiest stations in the city. for him, this is changing and there is high rise buildings every where, and that's why we are doing this, because you never know when we will be needed. >> this in situation, firefighters are going after a victim and in this case it's me, as i'm dangling above ground. >> we mounted a camera at the other end of the line. >> what is missing from this in the real field. >> [inaudible] >> safe today, but it's tomorrow's unknown they plan for. >> it works, right?
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doing it and it ends up being fun at the end of the day. >> funding for this comes from homeland security and involves agencies from all around boston. if rescues like this happens, it usually involves several different agencies. i'm blair miller, fox 25 news. >> some local towns may be a small step closer to getting some relief after years of listening to the constant roar of airplanes overhead their homes. the faa are teaming up with researchers from mitt to study airplane noise now from flying planning on looking at possible changes that will include planes flying over town, having the flights go over the ocean and changing the frequency of flights. congressman steven lynch promising to bring the faa to court if that plan is not effective. i know it's something they have been talking about for years. >> turning our attention now to the weather, we have been looking at the path of the hurricane matthew has and the destruction hurricane matthew has been bringing over the south, the rain just really part of the story there.
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but the rain really causing major flooding problems for that area. >> yeah, this is really unbelievable when you think about how much rain can fall in a matter of 12-24 hours. here. in a major hurricane. now, this is a category 1 now. so it is weakened but you have to remember there is a lag, so even though the winds weaken, the torrential rainfall continues. look at the rain amounts. you see the scale to the top right of your screen there? 10, 11" of rain. i just checked the charleston national weather service web site and they are rain totals in upstate south carolina, with what is now a category 1 hurricane. just south of charleston, off the coast by about 20 miles. so, whether it actually comes ashore or not, it doesn't matter, because the worst part of the storm is on shore, and it's on the north side of the eye. in dealing with the tornado risk all the way up into north carolina, and look at that, just torrential rain that won't quit. and they are in obviously 24 hour coverage of the carolinas
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afternoon, this storm moves east. it's out over open waters, still some uncertainty in the track down the line. but it's over open water either way. temperature, 53 in boston, we have fair skies above. but look at the due point, it is 53. we have that matching number. we have some fog. it is beginning to lift though. told you it is starting to lift between 9:00 and 10:00, looking at the size of that in the back door in deadm ha, i have 50 at beverly and lawrence, 44 bedford and norwood, 53 worcester where we had some fog down there in the is going to start cracking up over the next hour. still dense at plymouth, notice nashua, out of the quarter mile range up to 1 mile. so, some improvement there. our day planner today, slowly warming but we will get there. we have mid and upper 60s at noon, hitting near 70 in boston and back in the mid and upper 60s by 6 klo 6:00 tonight. there are are your high temperature, upper 60s cape, near 70 in boston, lower 70s some of the western areas there,
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i think it will be after dark, we have to start watching out for that. here is 17k klo tonight, most of us are still dry. but, say, by about 10-11:00, a few showers have the potential to get down to the ground. the air is very dry. so it's all this moisture coming up from the south and with the front from the west it will take a while to moisten things up. starts out with light rain, waking up tomorrow morning, places like cape cod, the vineyard, nantucket, could see some fairly steady soaking rain, that could continue through midday tomorrow. th look at that sharp dividing line. if you are north and west of boston tomorrow, you have a chance to stay totally dry. it's going to be the seven-day forecast all bright and smiles on monday. but we have to deal with that weekend rain, mainly the first half of our sunday and it's mainly eastern massachusetts. i got more in the next half hour. >> all right. jason, a convicted sex offender was sentenced to nearly 200 years in prison. but yet, he is now to out of prison this morning. we will tell you about the plea
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local community. also, another loss as the sox take on cleveland in the race for the pennant. but, coming up next, we will tell eye you about the team's plans to try to get back on track and take home game 3, sports is take one of those pills ey smell really fresh. what if we told you we washed these sheets 7 days ago. really no way downy? downy fabric conditioner. give us a week, and we'll change your bed forever. want more freshness? add new downy fresh protect. joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks,
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it's prety clear for the sox, three straight wins and 4 1/2 months of regret, a resounding shutout by the indians, to win game 2 and put boston back literally right up against the wall. david prize will not share the post season monkey after this one. cleveland broke through in the second inning, brandon guyer, shallow left center that, is good enough to get in, the indians on the board, 1-0, you
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still in the second, lonnie chiz enripping a liner down the line in right feel, just enough to get over the wall. price miss placing a pitch yet again. meanwhile, corey was great, the bullpen for cleveland shut it down from there. sox limited to 3 hits, they lose game 2, 6-0. >> you know, backs against the wall. you know it's pretty clear what lies ahead of us. we go home, down 0-2, clay buchholz on the mound on sunday. with an attitude of no >> boston college hosting clemson last night and chestnut hill, the egg aols outmatched. clemson is the no. 3 team in the country. deshawn is the heisman trophy winner, this play covered 56 yards, the longest play of the season for the tigers. the the eagles lose it friday night chestnut hill 56-10. sox back at when faa to work it out today. patriots take thais place in cleveland as they put the finishing touches on tomorrow's gameplan for the matchup against the browns. that is sports, i'm
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a unique story out of stone hill college, one of field hockey members there is fighting cancer, even as she continues to play for the team and she's still fighting for every win. mackenzie greenberg may look like the picture of health on the outside, really the only outward sign of the illness is a faint scar on her neck, it's hard to see. the 20 year-old is battling a disease that involves cancer cells, popping up almost anywhere at any time in her body. >> everyone has their own stor >> she is the definition of a strong woman. she is probably one of the strongest people i know. >> strong and brave. and mackenzie does say that the tumors have been found in virtually every six months scan she has had since her diagnosis four years ago. but, again, she is explying for the team and the cancer in her lungs and battling pneumonia, she is fighting for wins on the field hockey team on stonehill.
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chief of police patrolling the streets, coming up we will tell you the reason the u.s. attorney hit the beat with police in norwood this week. >> and right now fog beginning to lift. i do have a chance for rain for your weekend though. to get to. also, tracking latest with hurricane matthew and how the moisture from matthew could impact us right here at home. >> >> plus, bump, bruise, and prepping for surgery now. coming up the crash that is keeping what you might call her annual role in a columbus day weekend tradition. day weekend tradition. what's for dinner tonight? wegmans ez meals. dinner's not just delicious, it's done. [mmmm] chicken cacciatore...
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>> a dry start, but i'm tracking matthew's moisture and this front for a chance of rain this weekend. >> a local charity with ties to haiti is accepting donations to help after hurricane matthew. the items they are hoping to fill this shipping container with. >> one day out, f presidential debate, and donald trump is issuing a big apology. >> i said it. i was wrong. i apologize. >> the fallout within the republican ranks that's coming from a newly released recording of trump. >> plus, a 95 year-old man killed in his own home, his wife seriously hurt. the new clue police are hoping leads to an arrest. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now.
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>> and we begin this saturday with this live look at hurricane matthew right now where the wind and rain is pum memming down on holdon beach in north carolina. you can see how slick the roads are there. we have been watching this live shot all morning long, as trees have been swaying back and forth from the strong winds. thanks so much for waking up with fox 25 morning news this saturday, it is 9 a.m. october 8th, i'm heather hegedus, we went to get to fox 25 meteorologist jason brewer in the storm tracker weather center with a look at matthew's latest heather, i think the hurricane center issued a special 9:00 update, winds are now at 75 miles per hour. so, we have gone from 1:05 when you started with us on fox 25 morning news, down to 85, down to 75, we are still moving northeast. parallel to the south carolina coast. this is a powerful storm. but, not as powerful as it once was. you see the track out to open water after tomorrow afternoon. this thing has moved away from the carolina coast.
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matthew's moisture. there is matthew as you can see and this front will mean a chance for some rain tonight and tomorrow here in southern new england. but temperatures right now, in the 40s and the 50s. we have even risen into the 60s for cape cod and the islands this morning, as we are breaking up some of the fog, with still a few pockets plymouth and orange reporting dense fog still lingering. the list over the next hour and we are up to near 70 degrees this afternoon, but again that rain chance i'm tracking with futurecast straight ahead we are talking matthew again soon. we want to get to breaking news this morning. out of boston. where police are investigating some sort of assault that happened in boston's theater district. this was the scene around 3:00 this morning on stewart street. right in the heart of the theater district. you can see quite a large police presence out there. police tape. this all happening right in front of the w. hotel. boston ems confirmed one person was assaulted and taken to the hospital, but is expected to live. police are also investigating
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earlier in the night, near emerson college's campus, which as you know is not far away from there. that victim in that case was also taken to the hospital, but is expected to live. we have reached out to boston police to try to get some more information about both of these incidents. we will stay on top of these things for you. >> i never said i'm a perfect person. nor pretended to be someone i'm not. i have said and done things i regret. >> donald trump course, issuing a big apology this morning for comments that he made 11 years ago. the newly surfaced video in case you have not seen it catches trump talking graphiccly about how he treats women who he fines attractive. well, this morning, lit political analysts are saying those comments crowd trump big time. >> i better use tick tacks in case i start kissing her. >> this morning donald trump is feeling the backlash of a decades old conversation that took place as the republican candidate was preparing for a
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casually discussing making aggressive advances towards women with television host billy bush. >> beautiful. i just start kissing them. i'm like a magnet. i don't even know how to stop it, and when you're a celebrity you can do anything. >> trump's comments become more vulgar from there, now he is apologizing while remaining defiant. >> i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. let's been hoest, we are living in the real world. this is nothing more than a issues we are facing today. >> but some trump backers are already distancing themselves from the businessman turned politician, republican house speaker paul ryan already a reluctant supporter said trump will no longer appear with him at an event in wisconsin today. and, gop congressman chase son chaf fetes is withdrawing (^) his support for the party's nominee. >> i feel bad for the country, i feel bad for mike pence and donald trump's wife and
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can be heard laughing in the footage is issuing an apology for his own for participating in the conversation. >> this morning, hillary clinton has yet to comment on trump's apology but she did have something to say about the controversial video itself. tweeting this message yesterday, "this is horrific,e we cannot allow this man to become president" this comes as hillary clinton is being hit with some fresh conto refercy of her own. we will have details on that, plus, how donald trump is lashing out at the clintons and on trump's chances on election day, coming up in our next half hour. i want to remind you, too, tomorrow is the second presidential debate and fox 25's blair miller will be live in st. louis, missouri, bringing updates so stay with fox 25 for complete coverage tomorrow night on air and on-line. turning our attention back to hurricane matthew now, our big story of the morning, of course, is in the storm continues to climb the east coast, leaving a path of destruction in its wake. at this point, nearly 900 people
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and this morning, more than 1 million people in florida, georgia, and south carolina, are in the dark. no power. this is footage of charleston overnight. you can see the winds there, heavy rain also. battering the area. and a similar scene in georgia where you can hear in this video the rain coming down in buckets in savannah. this is cleanup gets underway in florida as well. and this is a fresh look at the damage in orlando and daytona this morning. >> and this is from haiti as about 800 people have been killed as a result. the united nations saying it is a you hoo mantarian issue and so many are living in emergency shelters right now as a result. humanitarian aid is being sent from around the world to haiti including right here in massachusetts, folks are sending as much as they can over there. fox 25's stephanie coueignoux live in worcester this morning, where help is being gathered for an orphanage with local ties and you are right in the middle of ate ul, stephanie?
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at the b. like brit center in worcester. you can kind of hear that echo. they are hoping to fill this shipping container up with all sorts of items, to send to haiti and actually in just the last five minutes they actually just received their first donation. you can see some jelly, some peanut butter as well as some macaroni and cheese. so, again, they are accepting donations already right now, and eventually they will send the container to haiti as soon as the airport is available. be like brit, of c local center here in worcester and they have an orphanage in haiti. the foundation, of course, created in honor of local resident brittany gang l who was in haiti during the 2010 earthquake. she was on a mission trip there when she was killed. and now, this organization dedicated to helping the residents in haiti. now, earlier this week, i spoke with the director over at the orphanage and he was telling me they opened their doors to families in need and to be able to say safe ahead of the storm,
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on their feet in the aftermath, many of those people simply do not have a home to go back to. and so, again, one of the founders, cheryl anne gang l said this is an extremely emotional week for them and they are doing all that they can because, again, many of these people still rebuilding after the earthquake, many of those people affected by this hurricane were living in tempts so i a gain they want to send as much help as they can. i do want to show you some donations. but, they are also asking for items like peanut butter and canned tuna, bars of soap. so, again, the donations, they are accepting right now, through 1:00 this afternoon. here at the operations center, that's on 65th mullman street in worcester which is right next to price chopper and we have put a full list of what they are accepting for donations on our web site, fox 25 boston.com. and this is not the only local organization that is helping
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highlight a local hospital as well. in worcester i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> stephanie, thank you. developing news now, and police in orange continue to hunt this morning for the person who killed an elderly man and seriously hurt that man's wife during a home invasion. it happened wednesday night in the couple's east river street home. 95 year-old thomas hardy was killed. his 77 year-old wife remains hospitalized right now. and police say whoever is responsible may have taken off in the couple's car. we went you to take this image. this is what the car looks like, a 2003 gray or silver toyota corolla station wagon like this one with a ply sense plate m. 9949, we have the information on our web site if you need the look go to fox 25 boston.com. a new hampshire man is facing charges this morning in connection with a baby death. the 19 month old was found wednesday at a home on ash worth avenue in hampton. right now that baby's gender and details of the incident haven't
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who is the baby's stepfather. leo wickham is facing child endangerment and other charges, accused of purpose fly violating a duty to care. the cause of the baby's death is still under investigation. with wickham is being held on $10,000 bail and is due in court on monday. people in weymouth are up in arms after a registered sex offender was able to move back into the community. richard gardener was convicted decades ago of kidnapping and raping young children in listen to this. he was sentenced to 190 years in police son. but, he only had to serve 20 years after he pled guilty at a new trial in 1992. so, he served the 20 years now and gardener was released monday and was able to move back to his family's home. that news is not sitting well with people in weymouth. >> that's disgusting that they would let him come back. >> i'm afraid something bad will happen. i really am.
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somebody broke the gardener's front window. gardener will now remain on probation until the year 2043. this morning, we are learning a driver involved in a boston hit and run took the time to get out of the car and take a look at the victim before driving off. this is awe coring to a witness on the scene there. this hit and run happening at intersection of cove and paris streets outside the neighborhood health clinic in east boston. police say a car backed into the intersection and hit 77 year-old taylor's son tells fox 25 she is recovering from a broken leg but unfortunately that will keep her from reprizing her beloved role as queen isabella in tomorrow's columbus day parade. >> i told her this year, when are you going to andy kate, she said never i will die on the flown. i think the roads are a little prophetic in a way. >> fortunately, yeah, again, she was only has a broken leg and will be okay but the driver was
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been driving a small gray car, boston police are on the lookout for him. you should call them if you have seen the man. new this morning, a terrifying wakeup call for one homeowner. we will tell you about the problem on the road and it sent the car flying into the wall of the home. >> plus, a police chief and a u.s. attorney taking the time to walk down local streets together. coming up next, the simple question that led to their message. >> matthew brought life-threatening rain, clettening the ei in southern new england with
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legislature. >> after a rash of issues with police relations and other parts of the country, the u.s. department of justice wanted to declir a week for community policing efforts. chief brooks wanted to share what he has been doing for years, so he jumped on the phone with the u.s. attorney for the district of massachusetts. >> i said you want the this community policing and have the u.s. attorney come walk a beat with me. to my surprise she called back and said she would love to. >> it hits at the heart of what an officer's job is, which is to engage the comni know who they are protecting. >> foot patrols are a big part of what the chief does here in norwood and, in fact, he makes sure he is out here himself at least once a week. >> he walks an has everyone walking and he comes in, they all come in. >> the chief and the attorney ortiz walk the beat for close to 2 hours. spending time with shop owner. >> makes it easier if you have any concerns, to call someone, you know. >> right. and just talking through common problems. >> it's unbelievable. >> it is, it really s. it's
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americans than terrorism. >> they agree the relationships being built are the key the making any street safer. >> i find people will tell you things when they bump into you that they would never tell the police about. >> protect them, meet their needs and make them feel safe. >> in norwood, robert goulston, fox 25 news. >> the makers of the epi-pen agreed to shell out $465 million in fines, this is of course after being accused of overcharging the government for its products. epi-pen as a generic drug, even though it's a brand name. that classification left lie hand to pay a smaller medicaid rebate which added up to millions of dollars over 5 years. under this deal with the u.s. department of justice now, mylan does not need to admit any wrongdoing, as a result of that good news for anyone worried their samsung galaxy note 7 might catch on fire. verizon and sprint are now
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different one. the announcement came yesterday, two days after one-on-one phone believed to have been a replacement note 7 caught fire on board a southwest airlines flight. samsung's latest model has been plagued with issues since it was released in august. customers are now reporting their foarchs catching fire while charging as well. in september, samsung launched a global recall program for 2 1/2 million devices. developing this morning, 2 newton football coaches are on paid leave as thein board a school bus is being investigated. and right now we are working to get more details on exactly what happened, but the superintendent does tell fox 25 it happened on a bus carrying freshman football players. the district is also promising a, quote, thorough and swift investigation. we have more del theys on this situation as they become available. all right. let's take a look at this incredible drone video. nice way to wake up to this morning? >> gorgeous, love it.
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fabulous site inth vermont. >> thank, matt. >> next few weeks are prime foliage season across new england but really northern new england is where it's really at the peak right now, right, jason? >> they have had more rain and they will have a little bit more of a show. >> right. still going to get some nice colors here. >> that's not the say we won't see the oranges and yellows here, too. >> yes. already beginning to see some of that. we will be peaking in the next couple weeks but it is a dreary start in many locations this morning. don't be field though, lifts out and we rending up with a mainly dry saturday. but, look to the south. this is a look at matthew. it's now a category 1 hurricane, by the way. down from a cat 2 when i first got here this evening mo. so it's really been interacting with the south carolina and north carolina coastline. and, we are seeing a weakening trend. look at the eye right there, right next to charleston, where the market there is flooded in water. we have this tremendous on-shore flow around the northeastern
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tropical system. you have that tornado risk, that's the tornado watch from moorehead city down to myrtle beach. so, on alert this morning there. and north and south carolina. now, by 2:00, on sunday, this tropical storm is east of the u.s. coastline. and it looks to return. but that down stream forecast, still somewhat uncertain, just know it will be weakening out there over the open atlantic. meanwhile, temperatures in the middle 50s in boston. we have some high clouds that have come in. and we still have a little bit are breaking out of that by now. we are sitting in the 50s, just about anywhere you go and until you get over to cape cod in the lower 60s right now, chatham and nantucket even at 62. the couple of spots i'm still seeing fog, norwood and orange. no surprise, those are two of our more fog-prone locations there, low-lying, they are protected from the wind, and you get that fog to settle in, takes maybe another 30 inhe nuts to k yeah it up. let's look at the everyone a. we are up near 770 degrees in
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throughout the day. you see those on futurecast here, but no rain at 4:00 today. but as we get into the evening, we will watch the south coast, first, for a couple of showers to approach possibly in western massachusetts here, prior to sunset. better chance of seeing some rain in greater boston area, cape and the islands, say by 10:00 to 11:00 and then the overnight hours, that scattered shower chance continues. notice where the best chance is. it is just slicing that corridor of boston, south, and eastward. we chance for the cape and the islands compared to, say, worcester county. it's a sharp cut off here. with matthew's moisture coming northward, and this front. this does not quite blow through here, until sunday night. and then we will start to really dry out. so columbus day sunday, monday, looks bright, sunny, school. upper 0s in the morning, lower 60s in the afternoon. but, if you have outdooren plas, sunday, it is the first part of the day, and it is the eastern side of our state.
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on thursday, a new front comes in, with another chance of some showers, but nothing that will be curing this drought we are stuck in for now, heather. >> a lot to watch in the weather department, keeping you busy, jason. the country can't escape that ongoing clown histoi hysteria we have been reporting on. new sightings happening all the time and we will tell you about one that landed a man in handcuffs. plus, excessive selfie snapping could have a deeper meaning. we will tell you the reason the popular practice could actually >> stay with us. in new hampshire, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses, >> stay with us. protected education... created jobs. in washington, what's kelly ayotte done?
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well km back. metal, obviously, is heavy is it could be difficult to carry, right in three m the hard way in foxboro. check out this surveillance video right here. you will see this man trying to steal metal but one falls over, couldn't bear the weight and took a few tumble as they tried to make a get away. this happened thursday morning off east belcher record. officers have not caught up with the trio in the video yet and are looking for them f. you know who they might be call foxboro police. are you a selfie addict? if so, a new study suggests it crowd mean you are struggling
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personalities of 300 people and how often those people snapped selfies of themselves. the study found people who post too often to social media post selfies are doing it possibly to seek approval from others. they also say it could be a sign of relationship problems. so maybe think twice before you do another selfie. today marks an unusual celebration for sea life. it's international ock po pus day today and one tentacled creature at the new england aquarium is style. this is psy, a giant pacific octopus who really put on her best purple outfit for the day. changing her colors. she can change her color. psyis the start of the aquarium's new tentacles take hold exhibit at the aquarium, definitely something to check out with the kids. >> so cool. we have lots of great jam packed video for the day today and we have video, of course, from matthew. we are. whatting its every move as it is a weaker category 1
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mo. it is awfully close to charleston right now. you see that torrential flooding occurring with matthew. and it's also going to mean some rain here at home. i have got the timing on that for the weekend coming up. >> a donation drive is going to be held today to help residents in haiti who are devastated by hurricane matthew.
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and right now, at 9:30, hurricane matthew is bearing down on on the carolinas right now. this is a live picture from holden beach in north carolina. off in the distance on the rfk, check out the wave, i believe those are waves and people are watching all morning long as the winds have been ripping through the beach community there. here is the latest on the storm. matthew has been down graded to a category 1 hurricane with winds of 75 miles per hour at this point. four people and the morning the haitian government is reporting more than 800 dead there. 1.2 million people also are without power. all the way from florida up to south carolina right now. fox 25 meteorologist jason brewer is in the storm tracker weather center this morning, tracking it all. and, jason, the worst of the hurricane is slamming south carolina even though matthew technically hasn't made landfall in south carolina. >> yeah, it's moving northeast, parallel to the coast. so it may not. but you see the damage,
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inland flooding, we are getting the tornado risk. there is the track there, the latest from the hurricane center has it moving east to north carolina, tomorrow afternoon, and then it will be out over open water and will all be writing matthew away. there is front nudging eastward, a broken line of rain approaching nij land and the poich peeling off the top of math tow to south heading our way. so by tonight, at least a chance of some showers, but meanwhile we are dry, we have partly cloudy skies, and still some dense fog in those two normally foggy spots, norwood and orange, otherwise the fog is it will and we will head for 74 degrees this afternoon. thanks to a southerly wind. but, we do have that rain chance over the weekend. i have a closer look hour-by-hour of when to expect that coming up. >> all right. jayen so, check in with you. we went to go to breaking news and update you on it. this is eck bring news we have been following all morning long, this is information coming into
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on cedar street was a stabbing. this was the scene overnight. you can see quite a large police presence there. this is right in front of the w. hotel, as a landmark. boston ems confirmed one person was taken to the hospital, but is expected to survive. police are also investigating another assault that also happened overnight, not far from this scene, near emerson college's campus. in that incident, that victim also was rushed to the hospital but we are told that victim is expect we have reached out to police to try to find out even more information about both incident and we will keep updating you as more updates become available. even though matthew has been down graded back to, matthew coverage, it is a powerful and dangerous storm. jill bruno is on folly beach in south carolina this morning and, in fact, as the hurricane bears down on the area. >> >> dpoarming, we are feeling
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you can look at the palm tree, take a look at how the wind is around, you can see the wind flying into my side, we are experiencing wind gusts of about 60-70 miles per hour. the good you ins about the storm is high tide was around 1 a.m., so we don't have any concerns with the hurricane matthew hitting during high tide. you can see the waves coming toward us here in the hotel. you can see it is pretty rough and rye lent but again high tide was several hours ago. we are not dealing with that threat. the major storm surge and expecting it to be anywhere from 4-8 feet. when i take about the storm surge, i mean center of hurricane, when the pressure drops, all that water builds up and as hurricane matthew approaches, it is going to push all of that water into the coast tall south carolina towns. because that's where we will see the most of the destruction. over at the charleston harbor, we are seeing flooding already from this storm surge, water levels in the harbor were 8 feet higher than normal levels during the high tide. so that's some of the things
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about 5 miles from here, as far as here goes, the motel we are staying in has lost power. all the jams island is going, 100,000 people in the charleston area are in black right now, this is something that's only going to get worse as the morning progresses. >> reporting on folly beach, i'm joe bruno. >> all right. joe, stay safe out there. meantime, the damage from matthew in haiti is massive in haiti. hundreds dead, thousands in shelters. humanitarian aid is being sent from all over the including from here in massachusetts. this morning, fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live in worcester, where people are gathering supplies to help an orphanage in haiti with local ties. >> yeah, you can see just within the last half hour, the activity here has absolutely picked up a, a lot of people have shown up now with donations and i was showing you at 9:00, there were couple of donations and now, take a look, the tables are
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fill the this shipping container and eventually send it off to haiti. the response already has been incredible. work here at the b. like brit center in worcester, of course, they have the orphanage in haiti as well. and this nonprofit, this organization was created in honor of local resident brittany gang l who was killed during the 2010 earthquake in haiti, earlier this week i was speaking with the director and he was telling me that at that time, before the hurricane hit, he was helping the storm and now what they are doing is they are helping residents after the storm, many who maich lost everything. >> withe with are in haiti because our daughter passed away in hey pi, but people should help other people. haiti has no resources to go to, i'm not saying one is worse than the other but there are no resources down there and our hearts are in haiti, that's why we are helping.
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st. bonn fit, a foundation out of newton is working to get resources as well as staff members to haiti as quickly as possible. they have a local hospital there, but what they are saying is a lot of these roads have been wash add i way and blocked, so people who need to get to the hospital can't, so again, a lot of local organizations, really doing everything we can and they can, meantime the drive here is going to last through 1:00 at the worcester center. we put all of that information on our web site, fox 25 you, fox 25 news. >> stephanie, thank you. new election 2016, dump is apologizing for one of the first times in his campaign. all over a newly released audio recording from 2005, where trump can be heard boasting as a star, women let him do anything he wants. the washington post obtained the audio. and, in it, trump bragged about kissing and groping any woman he is attracted to.
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time he couldn't resist the urge to get in a dig at his running mate. >> i have said foolish things but there is difference between words and actions of other people. bill clinton has actually abused women and hillary clinton bullied, attacked, shamed and intimidated his victims. >> the fallout has been swift, house speaker paul ryan said he will no longer appear at a trump event in wisconsin today and former massachusetts governor scathing tweet, writing, hitting on married women? condoning assault? such vile dig rahization to me and our wives an daughters corrupt america's face to the world. this morning clinton's camp meantime dealing with a political bomb shell of their own. wiki lanes released thousands of pages of information on hillary clinton. they have released e-mails, sent by her campaign manager, that had been marked as flagged. those e-mails include partial
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speeches, with goldman sack, that she made after leaving the office of secretary of state. also, pro keystone pipeline comments. and passages in which clinton admitted to being out of touch with middle class issues. >> new this morning, a rude awakeness for people inside this home. take a look at this picture. a car missed a sharp turn right here and went straight through the barrier, and into that home in the distaps. this is on chase avenue in dudley early this the driver of the passenger were both taken to the hospital. the good news is no one in the home was hurt. but, the cause of that crash remains under investigation. relief is in sight for some local towns. dealing with noisy skies, coming up, the new plan to make travel in and out of logan airport a little bit quieter for people on the ground. >> >> but first, another disturbing clown scare and another local community. we will tell you about the weapons police found when they pulled over these two men
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masks. >> >> cool pictures sent to the storm tracker weather center, right now some sun dogs out there, high thin ice cloud, mixed with a little bit of sun. we also have some fog to deal with and a rain chance this weekend. partially related to joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead. then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the
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continues and some people are accused of the taining the prank too far, one man in fall river
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and the police say they found a knife on him. he claims he wasn't waving any weapons around. >> getting scarier and scarier, it really is. >> yet another creepy clown sight, this time in fall river, a customer of delcampkin dry cleaners told police these clowns were armed, driving around the parking lot it is just so silly, why make more things for people to be afraid of? >> police tracked the plate to eric harrison who told police he and ryan coleman of fall river were in the clown mask. searching the trunk officers found five knives including a meat cleaver, coleman was arrest and arraigned friday morning. but, this is not the first local case of charges against a clown prankster. a father in auburn in trouble with the law after several middle school kids reported this man in a clown mask following their bus tuesday. >> everyone was walking home nervous. and everyone was like, run. go away from this guy. because he is following us.
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school. >> my friend texted me, like, 1 a.m. saying they are scared and they can't go to sleep and they feel sick. and it like is sleeping with something just in case someone comes in. >> that man faces charges of disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace and so does ryan coleman who wrote on what appears to be his facebook page, just got out of jail for wearing a clown mask. looks like i got to buy another one. later defending his actions, people were saying that we had knives and gun, waving them out the wi it's evidence. finally commenting, it's getting blown out of proportion. >> christine mccarthy for fox 25 news. >> hurricane matthew continues to climb up the east coast as it's been reporting and this is a live look at holden beach in north carolina right now, where you can see the heavy rain and strong winds are pummeling that beach town, that beach community there. fox 25 ja i son brewer will have a look coming up at where the storm is heading next. >> but first, hanging from a
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ground. we will tell you the reason local first responders say training for situations involving this kind of rescue are so important. >> stay with us. in new hampshire, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses,
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yotte 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 ayotte's not working for us.
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high tangty, this is a situation a first responder can face, this week firefighters from all several stories above ground and they brought our blair miller along to see why it's so important to do this kind of training especially right now. >> >> in a city where the high rises keep coming especially along the sport district, it is inside this building, at the boston waste water treatment plant, that is key for first responders. >> keep going. pull. >> firefighters from all over the boston area, suiting up in gear they don't normally wear. >> well, one guy down. pick up the guy.
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white is leading this part of a homeland security exercise. >> what we see more often these days is in construction like injuries and so forth, collapses, failure there to equipment, they get themselves in trouble and we can rescue them. >> just a few weeks ago it happened in cambridge, these pictures given to fox 25 show the rescue. >> you never know what kind of situation we are going to get into, as a rescue company. >> boston firefighter, chris schmidt, recently moved to one of the busiest stations in the city. for him, this is >> when you see the city and see how things are changing and there is high rise buildings every where, that's why we are doing this, because you never know when you will need it. >> this this situation, firefighters are going after a victim, in this case me, as i'm dangling a couple stories above ground. >> we mounted a camera on somerville firefighter john dress at the other end of the line. >> what is missing from this and the real field? >> pressure. it's a safe environment. >> safe today, but it's tomorrow's unknown they plan
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and ends up being fun at the end of the day. >> funding for this m cos from homeland security and involves agencies from all around boston. if a rescue like this happens it usually involves several different agent sis. i'm blair miller, fox 25 news. >> some local communities may be finally a small step closer to getting relief after years of to the constant roar of airplanes overhead their homes. the faa and mass port are teaming up with researchers from mitt to study airplane noise from jets flying into logan. they lan to look changing the height planes fly over town, having more flights go over the ocean, and changing the frequency of flights. congressman steven lynch promising to bring the faa to court if the plan doesn't prove to be effective. >> we have been talking about hurricane matthew all week long and all morning long and you have been tracking the rainfall totals this morning, jason. and the rainfall totals are really impressive. >> really getting nasty. and southerern parts of south
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reports of flooding in charleston now. look at those bright pinks and purples. that's where you are seeing 10, 11" rain report, charleston weather service posting those on there their page as well. verifiable. let me show you now, at least some relief for areas charleston south and west. but the storm is a category 1. it's weakened now. it is south and east of charleston. making its way parallel to the myrtle beach coastline, eventually the north carolina are in effect. more heading back to wilmington and myrtle beach. any time you have the land falling and tropical system, you have to worry about the tornadoes, the rain radz you can't see them, that's why the velocity reading on the doppler radar is so valuable in those situation. there goes the hurricane, making its way east of north carolina tomorrow afternoon. and then it's over open water and we are not concerned about any land effects from matthew there after. meantime getting cool pictures in, these are sun dogs.
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clouds and the ice, lets the sunlight refract and display that 22 degrees halo you aree see, the optical effect, tough in the morning, thanks for sending that in. 56 degrees, high clouds over boston but the fog is lifting on out. we have had some thick fog early this morning, and now, just a few pockets of it left over. there are your temperatures in the 50s, most spot, but 60s for ciemed. it's only norwood and orange where i'm seeing the left over fog this next half hour. so, a nice recovery. noontime in boston today, we are at 67 degrees. we have the highs filtered, high clouds filtering the sun i should say. that's going to continue to increase for the afternoon. but, we will keep it, mainly dry. and i put mainly on there because there is a slight chance for a light shower to hit the south coast or possibly come into western massachusetts before sunset. but, there are the high temperatures today. right around 70 degrees in most locations.
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here is futurecast, you see those thicker clouds building through the day. 7:00, mainly dry. but again, into the evening hours. we will be watching for a chance of some light range to break out. mainly after 8 p.m., and where the best moisture is, southeast and boston that's where we have a better chance to see one of those showers moving in. then as we wake up sunday morning, cape cod and the islands and greatest risk for some steadier rain, but look what happens here. we have got this front, doesn't quite want to push the moisture showers. i a gain it's boston south and eastward on sunday. midday, potentially lingering into the afternoon. columbus day is bright and sunny and clear with low 60, and another front on the way by thursday, with a slight chance of rain then. >> all right. jason, thank you. coming up, another loss as the sox take on cleveland in the race for the pennant but next we will tell you about the team's plan to try to get back on track
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3 straight wins or 4 1/2 months of regret, a resound shutout by the indians to win game 2 and put boston back literally right up against the wall. the post season monkey any time soon after this one. cleveland broke through in the second inning, brandon guyer in the shell low left center, that's good enough to get in. indians on the board, you kind of hope it warps there, still in the second, lonnie chiz enhal ripping a liner down the right right field, just enough to get over the wall. paris 34eus placed a catch again. the bullpen for cleveland shut it down from there, sox limited
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it is pretty clear what lies ahead of ut. we go down, clay buchholz on the mound sunday. with an attitude of no tomorrow. >> boston college hosting clemson last night in chestnut hill, the the eagles outmatched in this one. clemson is the no. 1 team in the country. deshawn is the heisman trophy, this covered 67 yards, the longest for the tigers, sox back at fenway to work it. patriots take their place in cleveland as they put the finishing touches on tomorrow's game plan for the matchup against the browns. that is a look at sports. i'm tom leyden have a great day. >> all right. jason is back talking about hurricane matthew and we have been watching the surf getting high in north carolina and south carolina and now we see the eye of the storm out there. >> things going downhill in a hurry. this is the south coast of north carolina there. holden beach, i believe.
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frame there. and it's just not letting up until sunday afternoon down there. so, we are under the gun for tornadoes, storm surge, flood, inland flooding, it's just a rough go there, even though this is a weakening hurricane, still packing a punch. now, on your weekend, we have a chance for some showers. it's mainly after dark tonight through the first half of sunday, sarah will be up at 6:00 with the latest look at the timing of when we have the wet weather. >> we will see the sunshine hopefully by monday. maybe a little gloomiy jason we appreciate it. we hope you have a great day. we will be we will be back tonight at 6:00.
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