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hacking of hillary clinton's campaign chairman. yesterday wikileaks posted another batch of john peddessta and senior russian official directed the hack. the if i can says it will provide updated guidance of the officials in the upcoming days. >> gene: now at 7:00 we continue to follow breaking news out of boston where a firefight overnight. >> extremely critical at this time. i asked the public to pray for them. >> sara: coming up heroic actions from other officers who responded to the dangerous scene and reaction from neighbors who heard the hail of bullets from their beds. breaking news. complete new england news
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everybody, it is thursday, october 13th, i'm gene lavanchy. >> i'm sara underwood. we learn more about the domestic call that led to last night's shootout. we have team coverage last night from the hospitals and scene in east boston but first a quick check of the weather and traffic. fox25 meteorologist shiri spear as stormtracker and drizzle and fog on radar. >> shiri: ton of clouds out in bedford, 55 in boston right now and a little bit of green south of the city. focused over areas of pembroke and rockland, down to halifax and bridge water. again, not tremendous amount of rain and dartmouth as well and travelers to and from the city and partly sunny skies the middle of the day and highs in the 60s and 70s and then we got another round of evening showers and time out that and
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julie grauert standing by with live drive time traffic this morning and taking us out with sky fox. >> julie: still well into the triple digits because of accident on 24 northbound. right before 128 in randolph, delays stretching into brockton and over to route 27. as we shift slightly northbound the expressway on neponset has cleared. a little bit of volume building on 9 the real problem i want to highlight on 24, i want to avoid it and hovering around the 2-hour mark and 10-mile stretch of road so you're sitting in a parking lot, average speeds just 5 miles per hour. i will have another update in ten minutes. back to you. >> gene: now to bruno in east boston this morning where two of the city's police officers were shot during a domestic call just before 11:00 last night. >> sara: police tell us they were shot several times with man
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bulletproof vest. jason law live where officers were rushed into surgery early this morning, jason. >> jason: yeah, one of the operates it had officers already in the operating room and second officer is preparing to go into surgery. we don't know how long the procedure will last, we are awaiting the update. as you mentioned, both of them described by commissioners being in extremely critical their statuses have changed amounts bit. first update from boston police in the middle of the night was 12:30 where bpd tweeted out one of the officers threatened life-threatening injuries, the other nonlife-threatening but most recent update has both of them in extremely critical condition as described by the doctors and police commissioner bill evans. evans were gravely wounded and officers needed all of our prayers to pull through this okay and they were fighting for their life. here is what evans told us
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>> we have to use deadly force but obviously we had two officers gravely injured here and it left no choice. you know, our officers are real brave there tonight and again, i just want everyone to pray that -- we pray for the family. the families are here. i know we all met with the families but let's just hope they pull through. >> jason: they remain at mass commissioner and mayor and district attorney. last update 12:15. we are expect another update at some point this morning and told the officers did require several blood transfusions before they went into surgery and fellow officered had that make a tourniquet before and we will bring more to you here on the fox morning news.
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>> sara: residents in the orient heights neighborhood tell us they heard at least 25 gunshots and sirens while the gun battle was taking place. >> gene: live look from sky fox where the sun has come up and lined with police cruisers. fox25 robert goulston continues our team coverage from the scene with some schilling 911 calls. robert, good morning. >> robert: good morning, gene. this started as domestic call and quickly turned into a investigators are working at the bottom of the hill here on gladstone street. again, this started last night as domestic call just before 11:00. apparently two men, two roommates were fighting over something and one of them had a gun. the first officers went into 136 gladstone here and that's when you can hear on police radio officer down, shots fired, two officers were hit, one of them multiple times and the other one once or twice.
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assault rifle and had armored vest on. other officers rushed into help injured officers and commissioner says the suspect was shot and killed. the gun fire stopped everyone in their tracks. >> i didn't understand and then i had them shut off the car and heard it and i said that's gunshots and as soon as i said that all the police started coming to your street. >> if you had a party popper and right next to your ear, that's what it had it was pop, pop, pop, pop, pop. it was multiple. >> orient heights neighborhood in east boston was locked down here last night and many of the area was also in a shelter in place. that was all lifted after midnight this morning back out live and it is a much quieter scene, sara. >> gene: many neighbors have
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mood like in the neighborhood right now? >> not a lot of people out and about at this point. we talked to people this morning asking how officers were doing and watching that the very closely and show you some video though from sky fox above the crime scene right now where this all happened. it is very tight neighborhood here. you can see possibly some of the officers outside the house there, more or less have the whole area cordoned off as crime tape everywhere lining the streets, but investigators plan to be out here all morning and they have been here all night as well. back to you, gene and sara. >> gene: all right, robert. we brought you breaking news in 11:00 newscast last night. we are updating it and continue the coverage this morning. we will be here on the air until 10:00 this morning and bring you all the updates live. if you happen to be away from the tv keep up-to-date online on social media and to our fox25 news app. >> sara: more trouble this morning for donald trump.
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times the gop nominee inappropriately touched them. the women say advanced happened years ago butt decided to come forward after the leak of the lewd comments. trump denied the claim calling them politically motivated and now threatening to sue the paper. the new york times is endorsing hillary clinton for president. >> sara: meantime the palm beach post is also reporting a woman said trump groped her at his florida estate. trump's campaign said that allegation lacks any that one of its writers stepped forward saying trump assaulted her as well. >> gene: deadly plane crash in east hartford connecticut appears to be suicide mission. favis fratech was distraught during the flight fighting with instructor for the controls before the crash. they were on the way to the airport when it struck utility pole and burst into flames.
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out alive. >> indication indicates the plane crash was intentional, but i want to be crystal clear. the circumstances beyond that are still being investigated. >> gene: this morning we know he was born and raised in jordan and came to united states on visa to attend flight school. investigators do not believe this was an act of terrorism. >> sara: happening tomorrow the couple accused of killing elderly man in orange will appear in massach police found brittany smith and joshua hart in rental truck outside a wal-mart in virginia saturday. they were brought back to massachusetts last night. the pair from athol are accused of home invasion in orange last week that left 95-year-old thomas hardy dead and 77-year-old wife in the hospital. >> gene: convicted sex offender released from prison five months ago now accused of sexual assaulting two women in boston and followed this on breaking news yesterday when we
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arrested. he hid himself in court and climbed through an apartment in the south end early tuesday morning and assaulted both the women inside and according to court documents investigators uncovered a prescription medicine bottle from the bathroom of the victims and able to make an arrest so quickly and being held without bail until a dangerousness hearing which is scheduled for tomorrow. >> daniel: >> sara: fox25 learned level three sex offender may have been put back on the street. district attorney says the of to civilly commit richard gardner before he was released but that didn't happen because of humidity error. 30 years ago gardner sentenced to 130 years in prison, charged with kidnapping and raping children in both rhode island and massachusetts. >> gene: one mother is warning the community about gardner. before he was convicted she came
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knifepoint and can't believe he is a free man. >> just as long as richard gardner is on the street nobody's children are safe. >> gene: he was served a summons to appear in quincy court after illegally visiting a library 1 week after the release and also found ought gardner going to be living in suffolk and probation and supervision was recently transferred there. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. pleased to report the drive times drastic clock winding improving on 24 northbound. the accident at 128 just c and now we have dropped from triple digits down to about an hour and 20 minutes. shiri? >> shiri: good news continues, i do not have widespread fog and tracking lower visibility out toward worcester. the fog where we have it ends up dissipating by 10:00 a.m. and show you when to count on couple showers today and when we get breaks of sun coming up. >> blair: following the latest on east boston shooting. here are last few minutes we
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the shotter and what it is known as background and coming up after the break. >> other local headlines and unsettling update on birds that
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>> blair: a lot of information just coming into the newsroom. commissioner william evans say both officers are out of surgery and suspect gained information on him, now identified as curt figueroa, former army reservist and private investigator apprentice and we will bring can and also learning nine other officers ended up at tufts hospital last night as well. they are being treated this morning for minor injuries and stress from the situation overall and creds some of the officers with saving the officers that were shot. 169 officers at engaged in firefight with the suspect and hour agoit spoke with dan linsky, former superintendent in chief of the boston police department and asked the impact
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>> investigation team to see where the officers are justified and extremely and worrisome and causes a lot of stress and take a life. >> blair: we have just learn two wounded officers are now out will recover. >> sara: officers were able to chase down and arrest grant without harming him. towingenger spent three days recovering in the hospital. in march of 2015 officer john moynihan was shot in the face during a traffic stop in roxbury.
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west. moynihan survived the shooting and this past march he received the boston public heroes award. >> julie: good morning, everyone, 7:16. start with map and 24 saying delays on 128, heavy and steady back to 27. starting to open up slightly and you will see that in our improved drive time. still things slow going on the expressway. that's just how it is unfortunately on the expressway. just about all time of day. 128 southbound jampacked peabody and continuing past cloverleaf. 93 south and traffic jam as well and right now these are all the cameras i'm monitoring to keep you up-to-date and 36 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike and hour on 24, just 10-mile stretch but there we go. we are gaining time. we are getting time back after that accident has cleared and so that's what i like to see. 16 minutes on 128 northbound
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tolls. back to you. >> gene: look at weekend and try to make your mind and think you're there already. >> shiri: not all rain and morning sprinkle and late day showers and hundred of inch of rain. that alone not going to help tall with the drought monitor. i'm an hour and ten minute away from getting brand-new one of these and updated once a week. i'm hoping we get improvements from really heavy rain we have southeastern massachusetts but still got extreme drought over 50% of massachusetts. of course, brick you the latest when it is available now, clouds in boston at 55?, we got visibility okay in boston itself
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i'm really watching fog through 10:00 this morning. count on clouds to get you to work, mostly cloudy skies, 59? here at 9:00 a.m. and then the cloud cover starts to melt away. so by 11:00 a.m. still keeping it mostly cloudy, 63? and upper 60s, some of you get close to 70 and more breaks in the clouds at one, at 3:00, so early afternoon if you're having a late lunch, that's when it is looking best outside by 5:00 p.m. in come the clouds, 7:00 p.m. in boston in come second round that the one along the cold front which is just getting into new york state. so future cast here as we travel through 10:00 this morning, i mention a little bit of morning drizzle. a lot will be focused over southeastern mass where we have some for the south shore, south coast right now. it is so little, it is so patch patchy, really not going to slow you down on roads. be aware we have damp roadways here as you hit the road this
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should be fine and showers as folks headed home from work at 5:00 and right here at 5:00 on future cast, look at 495, that's where we are getting showers. not necessarily going to be pinpointed and take away and falling apart and widely scattered and kevin lemanowicz will watch through the evening commute until about dinner time and i could see a little grain in boston 7:00 p.m. and after that i think it is going to be confined to the cape conditions out across central and western mass, we will start clearing out and wind will start firing up. so high temperatures today granted and talking lower seventies today in norwood, bedford, lawrence, nashua, fitchburg, a little more of september verses october forecast, upper 60s elsewhere and late day showers that i'm tracking and then comes wind and clearing skies and wind really
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tomorrow morning. upper 50s on the map here for friday and wind on top of it. it is going to be blustery, fall like here tomorrow. saturday look at that low, 32. it is going to be near freezing when you wake up saturday morning, high 59? with sunshine, keeping it mostly sunny on sunday and warmer at 65? and more rain chances here monday of next week. back in ten minutes and latest look at radar and gene? >> 7:21. still coming your way local customers could soon be seeing a credit on their next electric bill. the big mistake that has national grid issuing refunds. >> plus it is not good news for the mbta. the new report that says boston
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>> sara: auditors found 50 instances speeding by operators over the 2-week investigation. mbta official say they plan to discuss. >> gene: customers overcharged for gas, utility companies based on how the gas is used. customers heating homes pay lower rate than those that use gas for cooking. 4500 customers were charged the incorrect rate. one and a half million dollars
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>> gene: dozen of boston delivery drivers were fired after the company required background checks. the group claims the checks put nonwhite workers at disadvantage and often inaccurate and amazon underfire in boston this year and company was accused of discrimination with choosing areas to test same day delivery service. >> sara: this morning the mystery what's behind the mass bird death in dorchester continues. the globe reports city led investigation has failed to find investigation found no evidence of trauma or deadly infections and birds now move to michigan state university toxicology lab for further testing. >> boston at 55? and few breaks in the clouds and thickest cloud cover out there now and got sprinkles after the break.
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>> shiri: get ready, dress for the 50s if you're headed out now and fog hasn't amounted to very big issue at all this morning across eastern massachusetts. a little thicker in worcester and dense fog and currently talking mostly cloudy skies,
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66? at noon time and a lot of on and off lingering clouds at lunch. this afternoon gem the forecast, 69 if not 70?, mild and brighter than round number two showers come in for the evening and time those out in ten minutes and julie grauert now back with live drive time traffic. julie, not very often you turn to me at 7:30 in the morning and say you have improvements. >> julie: that's right. te this morning, getting to the thick of the morning commute and things looking better. 24 opened up and triple digit drive times they are out of here. and route 30 and speen street in natick and steady volume braintree split to columbia road. 128 southbound seeing things pick up as you approach 93 and 93 is as you head through medford and somerville and things look okay on route 1 in
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live drive times, 42 minutes 128 to the tobin, hour on 93 south, about an hour 28 minutes peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. >> gene: we are working to get update on two boston police officers who were shot in the line of duty responding to domestic call in east boston. >> sara: officers who have combined 30 years on the force took several bullets. jason law outside mass general where two officers were rushed >> jason: we have an update outside mass general. commissioner bill evans was on the radio and said both officers are out of surgery and few hours ago extremely critical condition so that was very ominous, very scary and again the commissioner updating the situation saying they are now out of surgery and recovering inside mass general so that's a good sign. new video here that we want to show you of police rushing into
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domestic disturbance around 11:00 last night. again, the officers were rushed here by the fellow officers. they were actually pulled out of the gun fight by their fellow officers given blood transfusions and at 1.1 of the officers actually made a tourniquet to stop the bleeding because the injuries were so severe. the officers have not been identified but as you mentioned, several years of experience, both veterans with boston police, one with a dozen years, one with 28 years of experience on the force, but again big update at officers are out the of surgery, that is good news. stay on top of this and bring you very latest as soon as we know it. outside mass general, jason law, fox25 news. >> sara: we know boston police officers started wearing body cameras as part of pilot program. do you know if they were wearing any last night. >> came up several hours ago and commissioner said they were not wearing body cameras that part
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that there's not going to be any video coming forth from this shooting. >> gene: lots of residents east boston and we have confirm the name of the suspect and shot dead inside the home. fox25 robert goulston continues our team coverage this morning from the scene and he has new information for us. good morning, rort the. >> robert: is the suspect that has been identified in this case investigation happening at the bottom of the hill here. see some of the investigators outside of the home. still trying to learn a little bit more about the suspect but commissioner evans telling us it is kirk figueroa. started before 11:00 last night as domestic call. quickly turned into a full-blown shootout.
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gladstone here and that's when you can hear them on the police radio calling for help. two officers were hit, one of them multiple times and other one once or twice. the suspect was armed with assault rifle and he had an armored vest on and suspect killed moments later. one on police radio you can hear how tense the situation was as it unfolded. >> every officer to make their way, 136 gladstone street. >> we have the building surrounded. >> multiple officers heading that way. >> multiple multiple shots. >> robert: live on scene, tow truck on crime scene, unclear what it is here for and they have been here all night and
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figueroa and we are trying to find out more about the suspect and what may have been going on when police first arrived. robert goulston, fox25 news. >> gene: breaking news in 11:00 newscast and updating throughout the night and coverage continues throughout the morning as well and 10:00 this morning to bring you all the latest updates live. if you happen to be away from the computer online at social media and news be away from the television. >> sara: high school teacher connected to drug investigation is out on bail this morning. coworker at keene, new hampshire high school told police she was doing drugs. according to investigators she text someone to remove her purse from her classroom to be interviewed by officers and facing felony charge of falsifying physical evidence but
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>> gene: city leaders in lowell trying to make sure overdoses don't happen again and $1.02 community opioid outreach program and officers team up with outreach specialists and firefighters to encourage people that recently overdosed to enter treatment. one man told us the program saved his life. >> end of the bay like so many people -- so many of friend died within last summer to this summer. i could have been one of them and through the grace of god i'm here today. >> with the grant the police department hire more coop staff and full time abuse coordinate and drug officers. >> gene: tour of massachusetts advocating for looser marijuana
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recreational use the drug on november 8th. >> sara: caroline parker says her car was a mess when found the box of ashes completely empty. she thinks the thieves may have mistaken them for drugs. parker says she wants the ashes to be returned. no questions asked. >> i just want them hope they get help. >> sara: brockton says there's little they can do. >> gene: smile, feature with all the young stood and may not be in uniform any more but teams were never about one guy and always about the team and always
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paul pierce announced he wants to retire as celtic. basketball star plans to finish last year for the l.a. clippers and one day contract with boston. pierce played with celtics for 15 seasons, won a championship, of course, and only fitting to retire in the place where he made his name. >> 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: most over southeastern massachusetts and dries up to noon time. afternoon looking golden and time it out hour-by-hour with future cast. >> gene: samsung trying to make good and strategy and
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>> blair: what we learned about heroic efforts from responding officers and
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>> gene: live look at the scene in east boston where the shooting played out last night just after >> sara: all unfolded just after 11:00 when officers responded to domestic disturbance inside a home. there was a shootout that ended with two police officers shot and the suspect dead. our coverage continues right now. fox25 blair miller spoke with former boston police superintendent about the
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>> blair: while was shooting was happening answered the call and saved two officers shot. >> put themselves in harm's way to get officers out of there. the sergeant took and saved his life. >> blair: hoping the fight continues and wounded officers
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stay strong boston police. of course, donahue was shot during the boston marathon manhunt and lost a lot of blood that night and doctors are optimistic about the officers shot last evening. >> julie: route 1 a little bit of volume building up in saugus area. 93 moving along fine until you get to 128. that's when it really starts to slow down. average speeds 8 miles per hour through medford, shifting slightly south the expressway is our slow spot from the braintree split up through neponset and heavy steady volume through exit 13. 50 minutes pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 32 minutes on the expressway. about an hour and 20 minutes on
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the weston tolls. getting breaks in clouds and run mostly cloudy this morning. we got showers that are really going to come in here along the cold front later on this evening and give us best shot for showers and sprinkles aren't going to last and last until 10:00 this morning and be here grown out here toward new bedford and norwood and plymouth. elsewhere i count on partly to mostly cloudy skies, temperatures in the mid to upper 50s by 9:30 this morning. by noon time how about some 60s plus the rain a little overdone here. the clouds are really going to start to lighten up. once we hit about lunchtime and into the afternoon we have actually got a pretty decent day on the way. so if you're having late lunch, out there to pick up the kids at bus stop at 3:00 p.m., this is when we will probably be
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pushing norwood up to 70? and showers moving out toward 495 and shortly after that so during the evening commute they continue the progress eastward and we deal with spot showers as you're heading home. that means wet roadways for the evening commute, might slow things down a little bit here but not looking at severe weather, not looking at very heavy showers. kevin lemanowicz is going to have a close eye on them but i will be watching the showers fade pretty quickly in and around the boston area and probably by 9:00, 10:00 at night and clear out and turn really windy behind the front. we got 68 in boston today, lower 70s in the suburbs, that's given enough sunshine here to kind of help give those temperatures a little bit of a boost before that second round of showers comes in this afternoon and for the day tomorrow all sunshine which
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is a struggle to even get up to 60 and couple 60s fitchburg, new bedford tomorrow, a lot of upper 50s where many of you stall out tomorrow with the wind going to feel even cooler. we are also watching the tropics hurricane nicole was less than 100 miles from bermuda and really big deal and major hurricane over bermuda and eight inches of rain, 8-foot storm surge, possibility of tornadoes, those really strong winds, so no do about this and news here in the coming day because it is shifting over the island right around lunch time and 11:00 a.m. update from the national hurricane center will have the eye of the hurricane very close to island itself and head into friday and weekend get waves at the coastline from that system but that's it. now, into the weekend talk about the sunshine and chilly temperatures, 32 when you wake up on saturday, 59 the high with sun, mostly sunny on sunday and
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now i will send it back to sara because you have the latest on north carolina. >> sara: let's talk about that. state deals with aftermath of hurricane matthew and flood waters turned home into a lake and flooding might not stop any time soon. rivers in the area aren't expected to recede until the weekend. while north carolina continues to deal with flooding relief is heading to haiti team heading to the caribbean to help out. and after weeks of testifying on capitol hill, the ceo of wells fargo is fired. and senator elizabeth warren took part in that grilling.
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>> gene: calling on new york times to retract report in which trump claims trump touched them inappropriately. two women who said trump made inappropriate physical advances. their accusations are the latest trouble for the trump campaign regarding the nominees alleged
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two women claims trump touched them inappropriately. >> over 35 years ago and his hands were all over me. >> gene: it closely resembled trump's own description of behavior and consider the now infamous trump speaking on hot mic in 2005. >> when you're a star, they let you do it. grab >> gene: that language is similar to what jessica leads told the new york times. >> he was like octopus and six arms and when started putting hand up my skirt and that was it. >> campaign released statement that calls the story of political attack and reads in party, quote, entire article is fiction and new low where the media is ready to go in efforts to determine this election. the campaign also batting away
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reporter says she was physically attacked by trump in largo in 2005 while reporting on trump's one year wedding anniversary with his wife melania and spokeswoman told people, quote, this never happened and veracity to the fabricated story. >> gene: hearing him deny he ever sexually assaulted women during the debate. gene: on scene at mass general hospital after two boston police officers were shot in the line of duty while responding to domestic call at -- in east boston and boston mayor marty walsh joining us on the phone with update on the situation for us. first of all, mr. mayor, we know it was a late night for you. what can you tell us best you can about the two officers at this hour.
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but it is a better than situation last night. >> tufts medical center for observation due to stress and tense situation and saw that you played 911 tape early and very stressful situation out there. people that live in the neighborhood quite a shock to hear 25 to 50 shots fired right there. have you had a chance to talk to people in the community. >> everyone staying in the house and there was speculation might be another shooter which didn't
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stayed in and community was really -- was incredible. >> gene: suspect identified as kirk figueroa. was he known to police and previous run-ins with law enforcement that you're aware of? >> looking at it last night and today and some point later on today i know the information will be released when they gather more information on his status and who he is and what he is all about and the domestic call and there was no talk -- no report any guns on the scene. argument going on inside apartment and when the police got there and gun fight. >> i'm sure you wish the boston
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>> there was other officers there that were part of the situation what happened. >> camera wouldn't have prevented and given clearer picture inside the home and everything when you think about two officers being shot at and shot and returning fire and the suspect was shot by police, i think enough said >> gene: mr. mayor around the country the last several months, happened with law enforcement, police officers are sort of under the mike cope under attack if you will, but i think what happened last night helps to reinforce the danger that officers put themselves in each and everyday that they are on the job and stop the bleeding of one of the officers shot last night and heroic fashion and
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i know that there's good with it and bad with it and problems with the job because it is not an easy job but last night and city of boston we are fortunate not to be talking about two or even more dead police officers in the city. >> sara: mayor marty walsh, thoughts and prayers with the officers, their families and all the officers involved. thank you for joining >> gene: fox25 morning news at 8:00 starts right now. >> sara: two police officers shot and fellow officers rushed in to drag them to safety. >> officers are now out of surgery. >> gene: name of the suspect
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new information made about the man that identifies himself as former army reservist. thank you for joining us, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. condition of those wounded officers and police say shot at them and gathering brand-new information outside of boston police headquarters. >> sara: shiri spear checking nice weather. >> shiri: we have drizzle making way over the south shore between cohasset and scituate, see a little bit of light green
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should slow you down, dartmouth, another little area of sprinkles, but otherwise out in boston you will find clouds a little more broken apart. we actually get some decent weather in here late-morning, early afternoon, partly sunny skies, but then we got another round of evening showers and timing out and about ten minute highs, 66 to 72?. send you over to julie grauert right now with check on volume. >> julie: volume looking good, nothing major 495 to 128 and still heavy steady volume on the expressway as you head past the gas tank. 128 southbound slow going approaching 93 and then through the lexington area. you can see that heavy steady flow right now on the tobin. pretty typical for this time of weekday morning commute. over to your live drive time, 41 minutes on route 1. hour on 93 south as you propose the zakim bridge. about an hour and 20 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls.
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>> sara: breaking news in boston went on the air and didn't go off until about 1:00 a.m. >> gene: officers shot by man wearing a bulletproof vest. jason encouraging news to hear and mayor told us moments ago still toe of surgery and read to you tweet about six minutes ago and reiterates and boston police department tweeted this, our officers out of surgery and remain at critical condition at this time and please continue to keep them in your prayers and don't look at any other way as good news what police commissioner bell evans said 2:00 this morning and described as extremely critical condition and suffered grave counts.
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recovering i i that is a good s. police officers rushing into the hospital. we now know that it was these two officers fellow officers who helped pull them out of the gun fight and get them to safety. in fact, one of the officers actually were told by investigators actually made a tourniquet to stop the bleeding from one of the officers. they were rushed to surgery around 2:00, 3:00 this morning and don't know how long the morning ask both officers out of surgery and recovering at this time. we do not know the identities, names of the officers involved, officers shot last night, we know they are experienced, veterans of boston police force, one with dozen years, one with 28 years of experience and families remain at hospital here obviously by loved ones and grave injuries that suffered last night in the shooting around 11:00. we will stay here at mass general and bring you any
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doing throughout the morning. for now we are live, jason law, fox25 news. >> daniel: >> gene: getting information about the suspect now and shot dead at the scene and michael henrich live outside boston police headquarters and michael, police spending all day investigateing suspect. >> michael: according to curt website he lists himself as eat year veteran of military police battalion and also says he served as point hunter as well as other arms of law enforcement. corrections officer and private investigator living in various states including california, west virginia, florida, living here in boston and according to the website bio he served as constable for the city of boston. public records also show that he
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address on gladstone. so what would turn a man who at least has some connection, some passion toward law enforcement, what would turn him to then turn a weapon and aim and fire at two and more police officers late last night. that remains under investigation and reporting live outside boston police headquarters, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: the shooting happened as people were getting into bed. someone told us that they were gun fire erupted. here is better look at where it happened at gladstone street and just to the east is suffolk downs and very close and live in neighborhood and we just heard about the man that lived there. >> argument inside the home and
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heavier presence and here all night and working the case and just identified the suspect and we know that there was some sort of sort of argument police taking cover. >> multiple shots. >> you can hear officers calling on the radio. >> every officer to make their way, 136 gladstone street. >> two officers hit, one multiple times and other one once or twice with assault rifle and armored vest on and moments later the suspect was shot and killed and gun fire helps in the track. >> don't want to experience that again. >> much quieter scene the
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to increase as this investigation gets underway for today. they have been here all night. of course, we are following all the developments and police are responding and unclear what the argument was about and quickly turned into a shootout. live in eastie, robert goulston, fox25 news. >> sara: what is the the neighborhood. >> officers are doing better and that is a good sign and investigation will be quickly
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boston. >> gene: we will be here until 10:00 and live updates and if you happen to be away from tv you can do it through social media and fox25 news app. >> sara: more trouble for donald trump and two women said gop nominee inappropriately trump happen years ago and decided to come forward after the league of lewd comments. new york times endorsing hillary clinton, by the way, and palm beach post says woman groped her at florida estate and that allegation lacks any merit. also people magazine reports
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stepped forward saying trump assaulted her as well. >> gene: deadly plane crash in east harvard, connecticut, seems to be a suicide mission. 28-year-old was distraught during tuesday's flight fighting with his instructor for the controls before the crash. and utility pole and burst into flames. died in the crash but instructor was able to get out alive. >> information indicates the plane crash wa circumstances beyond that are still being investigated. >> gene: he was born and raised in jordan and came to the united states four years ago on a visa to attend flight school and say they do not believe this was an act of terrorism. >> sara: police found brittany
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saturday and brought back to massachusetts last night. the pair from athol are accused of home invasion last week that left 95-year-old thomas hardy dead and 77-year-old wife in the hospital. >> gene: convicted sex offender released from prison five months ago accused of sexual assaulting two women in boston and followed this in breaking news yesterday morning and learned that ronald brown was arrested. brown hid his face in court yesterday and police say he climbed through apartment in south end early tuesday inside. according to court documents investigators recovered a prescription medicine bottle with name on it at bedroom with one of the victims. >> gene: mistake may have put level three sex offender back on the street. the district attorney said the judge could have asked to commit
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sentenced to 190 years in prison charged with kidnapping and reaping children in both rhode island and massachusetts. before convicted came into her home, kidnapped son at knifepoint and had every intention of killing the boy and fox25 spoke exclusively with the mother who can't believe he is a free man. >> as long as richard gardner is on the street nobody is safe. >> gene: he to appear in quincy court after illegally visiting library 1 week after the release and found that gardner going to be living in suffolk and probation supervision was recently
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>> shiri: we get steadier rain coming in this weekend. >> sara: high school teacher out on bail this morning and facing drug charges. still ahead at 8:30. what police say she did to get the evidence out of the classroom. >> blair: good morning, everyone, i'm blair miller. still a lot of information learn about shooting in east boston that left one man dead and two officers seriously hurt. coming up next i spoke with the former boston police superintendent. what he says about the major imagine if your child were trapped in a failing school. imagine if your child couldn't read or write at grade level. imagine if your child were stuck on a waiting list.
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>> sara: updating breaking news now here is live look at scene in east boston this morning. >> gene: two boston police officers were shot last night and now out of surgery this morning and also now getting information about the suspect. blair miller following the story all morning and got the latest. >> blair: nine other officers ended up at tufts hospital last night and treated for minor injuries but also stress from the overall situation. police credit officers with saving the officers that were
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engaged in firefight with the suspect. earlier this morning i spoke with dan linsky, and situation can have on fellow officers there. >> discharge investigation team to see where the officers are justified in use >> blair: we learned the two wounded officers out of surgery, commissioner says he is hopefully they will recover. gene, sara. >> gene: second police shooting in boston. january 8th kirk stockenger shot in the leg after pulling or drug dealer.
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without harming him and spent three days recovering in the hospital. march 2015 officer john moynihan was shot and other officers in the area and monahan survived the shooting and past march received the boston police heroes award. >> julie: map north of the pike heavy steady northbound as approach 93 and make your way southbound through the lexington area. things slow going on 93 south and somerville. south of the pike new accident on the expressway southbound. northbound is where volume is typically heaviest and slow things down and past exit 14 freeport street and live drive times, 47 minutes pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave.
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about an hour 20 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> sara: 8:17 now on beautiful or what's turning out to the beautiful thursday morning and what you call prefriday. >> gene: chilly in the morning but turns out to be nice day. >> shiri: inch toward weekend and afternoons. now we still got a little bit of drizzle tracking south of boston right now, southcoast, south shore and a little more rain here this evening. rain totals though are likely just going to amount to few hundred of inch. doesn't help very much. i get update to the drought monitor coming out in just minutes. i will have that for you here at 8:30. hopefully that the weekend rain brought us some improvements but i can tell you this, so far today no rain in boston. we got broken cloud cover, enjoying a little partial sun this morning.
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spots as we get into the afternoon. so 10:00 a.m. temperature let's plan on 61?, how about mid-60s by lunchtime. best time of the day brightest time of the day, so if you have the opportunity to get outside for a few minutes, do it at 2:00 p.m., be close to 70, going to be fairly bright out there. clouds come back into play late afternoon, by 6:00 p.m. we have chance for showers again in boston and by 8:00 p.m. we should be drying out again. so got just a couple spurts of wet weather. main one along the front t new york state. this is 10:00 this morning. future cast has been a little overdone with the rain early on today and this is best case scenario for little kids getting off at the bus here, heading home, partly sunny, feeling nice and warm with highs near 70, but
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closer to the evening commute. i say between three and 5:00 showers moving through central massachusetts and between five and seven moving across eastern massachusetts. kind of the timeframe where you have to be on lookout for showers in and around boston. of course, that involves the evening commute. where we will have some roadways, kevin lemanowicz going to be watching few showers out there. i suspect though as we get into the evening, showers are just going to dry up and clear out, especially after midnight. clouds are out, the wind is in. breaks in the cloud cover, there you have it, 70 in bedford, lower 70s in norwood and bedford, excuse me lawrence and nashua, new hampshire, upper 60s at the coastline and about 64? out in worcester. here is what the wind are doing overnight though. we might clear out the skies but man, this is going to feel kind of cold tomorrow morning. so you're waking up at 7:00 a.m., we will have temperature back in the 40s with wind gusting 20 to 30 miles per hour on top of that. wind chills are going to easily start off in the 30s tomorrow
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upper 50s and most towns and cities, so pretty big difference between today 70s and cooler upper 50s for tomorrow. that's going to feel whole lot like fall. said it is getting colder into the weekend. freezing in the suburbs, boston should get quite that low and 59? with sun and sunny and warmer at 65, more rain chances back for monday. back over to >> sara: after hurricane matthew flood waters turned into a lake and flooding might not stop any time soon and rivers aren't expected to exceed until the weekend. in haiti tens of thousands of hurricane victims are desperate for help. matthew left more than 1,000 people dead and nation still recovering from 2010 earthquake.
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will not be properly maintaining the tracks or wheels on cars that had derailed. auditors also found 50 instances of speeding by operators over their 2-week investigation. mbta official say they plan to discuss the audit at next monday's meeting. >> gene: gas prices on how gas used and heating home pay lower rate than those using gas for cooking and one and a half million dollars will be given out as refund. >> gene: dozens of boston delivery drivers after the company required background checks. the group claims that the checks put nonwhite workers at a disadvantage and are often inaccurate. this is the second time amazon been under fire in boston this year. the company was accused of discrimination choosing areas to test same day delivery service.
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bird death in dorchester continues. the globe reports city led investigation has failed to find what has killed dozens of birds. last month animal rescue teams found 48 sick or dead grabels and investigation has found no evidence of trauma or deadly infections. the birds now move to michigan state university toxicology in further testing. >> gene: singer bob dylan nobel prize awarded nobel prize in literature for, quoting creating tradition and awarded for lifetime of work and dylan first american to win the work since tony morrison won it in 1993. >> shiri: 56? in boston and whopping two? since we went on air and partly cloudy skies and
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>> gene: breaking news out of boston where two veteran officers shot overnight and both officers snake potentially serious -- were seriously hurt and serious condition out of surgery and sky fox over the scene, see car and back of flatbed truck was towed from the scene in east boston where the shooting happened. we don't know exactly the connection of this vehicle to the crime and has markings on the car that indicates bail runner and some security type of lettering on there a as kirk figueroa was believed to have worked as bail runner in that type of business, so we don't know for sure if this is the vehicle but led to believe that could be the suspect's car again being taken away from the scene in the back of that flatbed truck. >> shiri: area of concern will
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got just a little bit of green on screen near marshfield, plymouth, new marion, new bedford, temperatures in the 50s, headed close to 60?. of course, brighter in other areas where we haven't had the same sprinkle action this morning so mostly dry to sum it up, 56?, 66 though and partly cloudy and noon time. brightest time of the day is actually going to be end up being here early at 3:00 p.m. we are golden, 69, perhaps 70? and we are not d we got more coming through here for the evening commute. i will put it to the timer here and time it out with future cast in about ten minutes. julie grauert back now with live drive time traffic in an accident update. >> julie: within the last ten minutes turned conditions into major headache. look at expressway, this is southbound coming out of the o'neill tunnel and it is a parking lot out there right now. we have an accident near columbia road southbound on the expressway that's blocking two
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that's not actually not an accident, word that woman is in labor on the expressway northbound near furnace brook parkway. so that's slowing things down. right as head to the braintree split and approach the expressway. so right now expressway north and southbound problematic. 128 southbound slow going approaching 93 and then through lexington. live drive times, 43 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to the mass ave. 50 minutes on the expressway a little bit slower than usual and hour on 93 south from andover down to i will have another update in just ten minutes. >> sara: two officers took several bullets and dragged from the scene. >> gene: they are in critical condition after getting rushed into surgery overnight. jason law live outside mass general hospital. jason, the mayor gave us an update during the fox25 news at
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>> jason: they are still in critical condition this morning and continue to ask for prayers for two officers. those officers were rushed to mass general behind us shortly after they were injured in the shooting. we know that several officers helped pull the two injured comrades to safety. in fact, one of them actually had to make a tourniquet to stop the bleeding from one of the officers. the officers required several blood transfusions before they were rushed into surgery this morning around 2:00 and 3:00. here is what mayor marty walsh to on the morning news. >> both officers acted heroically last night and other officers were sent to tufts medical center for observation due to the stress and this
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>> jason: one with 12 years experience, one with 28 years of experience. ay latest all morning long. live outside mass general, jason law, fox25 news. >> sara: working all night and all morning to learn about the man that shot at him. officers say he was wearing a bulletproof vest and had an assault rifle. michael henrich is live outside boston police headquarters. michael, this man calls himself a former army reservist. >> michael: 33-year-old man,
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his private security firm's website he does list that this is biography that he served in the military reserve for eight years and biosays he was a bounty hunter at different points in his life and corrections officer and private investigator living in bunch of different states, florida, west virginia, california in the past decade or so and also bioserves as constable right here in the city of boston. what happened last night as far as his mindset for how he approached police and shot at police when arrived at home over on gladstone, that remains under investigation. as soon as we get the update we will bring it to you and as soon as we learn more about potential past interactions and bring you that information as well and
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>> gene: fox25 robert goulston continues our team coverage from gladstone street in east boston that's where the suspect lived and inside the house this morning. >> robert: we know a car taken from the scene from sky fox. you can see t flatbed truck being taken away. we have not seen the medical examiner at this point but we know kirk figueroa was shot and killed after two officers shot and hurt and started as domestic hall, dispute between two roommates who were arguing about something police say figueroa had assault rifle and bulletproof vest, police shot and killed him and police radio calls you can hear the intensity
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>> shots fired, need every officer to make way, 136 gladstone street, please. >> we have the building surrounded, two or three officers beside the building. >> multiple officers heading that way. >> multiple multiple shots. >> robert: hear the intensity of the radio calls. much scene here this morning. we also heard from the suffolk county d.a.'s office. they are doing a routine inst wherever an officer shoots and kills somebody. we are live in east boston, robert goulston, fox25 news. >> gene: breaking news in 11:00 newscast and coverage continues throughout the morning and 10:00 this morning bringing you updates live. if you're away from the tv you can keep up-to-date on social media and on our fox25 news app. >> checking other local headlines now, high school teacher connected to drug investigation is out on bail
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diane delyle turned herself in yesterday. coworkers at keene, new hampshire high school told police that she was doing drugs. according to investigators she texted someone to remove her purse from her classroom while being interviewed by officers. facing felony charge by falsifying physical evidence but does not face any drug charges. >> gene: caroline parker says car was mess when found ashes completely empty and thieves may have mistaken them from drugs and parker says she just wants the ashes to be returned no questions asked. >> i just want them back and hope that the person that took them if they did, in fact, think that it was drugs, i hope they get help. >> brockton police say they are investigating the case but there's little that they can do.
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expressway. these are the southbound lanes coming out of the o'neill tunnel. northbound lanes are over here. it is because of an accident we have near columbia road that's blocking two lanes and causing this gridlock. i will have the drive times in a moment. first here is shiri. >> shiri: watching drizzle and come to end around noon time today and even commute. better chance of seeing that in boston and time it out with future cast in ten minutes >> sara: breaking news out of east boston. coming up next the support this
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>> gene: we are learning more about the suspect that shot two officers. >> sara: officers were responding to domestic call there. our coverage continues right now and blair miller spoke with former boston police superintendent about the response to the shooting. happened there last night and some of the details of how all of this unfolded. dan linsky former superintendent in chief of the boston police department. he has been getting updates all night long on this and radio call and there was screaming on radio call shots fired, officers down and while the shooting was high pressure wearing body cameras linsky says save the two officers shot. >> being told they were pinned
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other officers including supervisor from a7 cure agously ran into a hail of bullets and putting himself in harm's way to get those officers out of there and sergeant took the belt off and put a trinket on and officers learned the lifesaving tourniquet and i'm told, you know, that officers in shape and sergeant credited with blood flow and saving his life. >> dic donahue tweeted out moments ago hoping the fight continues and wounded officers fully recover. stay strong boston police. donahue shot in manhunt and lost a lot of blood that night and two officers they are out of surgery and they are doing better. southbound on the expressway right after the o'neill tunnel.
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blocking two lanes and been a parking lot for the last 20, 25 minutes. so no relief quite yet. they are doing the best they can to clear that out but in the meantime, you're going to be backed up all the way into the tunnel. northbound waiting for the accident to clear or crash -- actually not a crash, woman we heard who was in labor on expressway northbound near furnace brook parkway. shifting north things better on 128 southbound and they were until -- within the seconds. 51 on the expressway and a little bit slower than usual there from the braintree someit to the exit for the pike. back to you. >> gene: 8:45. prefriday as we like to call it. don't say the word thursday much around her.
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weekend. first time we started this finally have improvements to break down here and hoping as i talk about this the update going to come through on sometimes a little slower to get into the system and this is where you will see the changes and improvement and extreme drought last week. you know what, all of this southeastern massachusetts is now orange. so we gone from extreme to severe drought which is an improvement. the cape from severe to moderate drought and no longer drought conditions over martha's vineyard and nantucket. those locations now considered still abnormally dry. but no longer in a drought and that's because of the two to
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over the weekend. so finally some improvements, even though the system a little slow to show them off, tweet them out in minutes and see it there and sprinkles over the southcoast, trace of rain in new bedford, main rain back here into new york state along the cold front and that's going to be in the evening hours. by noon time and we will have partly cloudy skies. we will have temperatures in the middle 60s for lunch time. it is going to be warm, don't want to say it is going to be humid and notice the humidity a
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>> shiri: tracking starting at 4:00 p.m. and don't think it will be high impact, not seeing very heavy reason, not seeing very much rain and nonetheless damp roads always kind of slow things down. temperature today will get close to 70?. at the coastline itself in boston, perhaps upper 60s, either way you want to spin it and above average temperatures and tomorrow we got below average temperatures, so where barely able to squeak out the 60s here. another item i want to notify you about, hurricane nicole is major hurricane, it is within 50 miles right now of bermuda. it is going to pass over as major hurricane. this is a really big deal for them. not just because of the intense winds but because of the intense storm surge, the rain, the potential for tornadoes. this is really bad news for bermuda. it is passing over today. i bet with the 11:00 a.m. update we get from the national
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island and going to be waves at the coastline, 7-day forecast with weekend always in view. and freezing temperatures, 59 with sun in the afternoon and a little warmer on sunday and still mostly sunny at 65, perfect weekend getting out and monday we will be tracking rain chances again. back over to you, gene. >> gene: 8:49. more troubling information surrounding republican nominee for president. coming up next the new accusations against donald trump and who he is threatening to sue. >> julie: coming up new at
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>> gene: campaign battling away in people magazine article and physically attacked by trump in 2005 while reporting on trump's one year wedding anniversary with wife melania and trump spokeswoman told people, quote, this never happened and no merit and veracity to the fabricated story. jessica said she came forward with the accusation against na him deny that he ever sexually assaulted women during the last presidential debate. >> sara: chelsea clinton hitting the campaign trail in support of her mother today. event is scheduled for 2:45 and part of the campaign to win over millennial voters and report shows more than third of the nation's youngest voters plan to cast their ballot for a
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>> blair: officers out of surgery and recovery begins. >> they were brave tonight and everyone continue >> gene: >> julie: we have uncovered new information about the gunman who shot two police officers including claims with law enforcement. >> blair: we have team coverage from mass general where the officers are now out of surgery. >> julie: check of weather and traffic starting with meteorologist shiri spear. shiri. >> shiri: temperatures warming

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