tv FOX 25 Morning News FOX October 17, 2016 9:00am-10:00am EDT
complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> heather: good monday morning to you. warm for october. >> julie: it is a gorgeous >> heather: temperatures warming up. >> shiri: sunshine in all the locations, 67 hyannis, few more clouds hanging over the cape and islands and they are on their way out. they have some visibility issues in keene, new hampshire. still quarter mile visibility
also got increasing clouds. highs 72 to 76? and generally dry future cast coming up in ten minutes. >> watching few slow spots out there, shiri, and north of the pike and lexington and 128 north as you head from dedham through and careful of the solar glare because with temperatures shiri telling us and things nice and bright over there and 42 minutes on pike eastbound, half hour on expressway and hour on 93 south from andover down to the
level three sex offender spent time in prison for crimes against children is back in court days after his release. >> julie: police say earlier this month the man entered a public library illegally and that's what eventually led to the arrest. catherine parrotta live in boston and, catherine, court appearance expected to start shortly. >> catherine: it is discussion what court would be in and turns out the court appearance is going to be moving back to roxbury and head there very when that probation violation hearing begins. but again, this comes just a couple weeks after this man was released from prison and residents in one local neighborhood fought to get him off of their streets. >> hopefully this never happens again and this is a wake-up call to just be stricter on repeat sexually dangerous person. >> catherine: richard gardner arrested at roxbury homeless
rhode island and summoned to court for violation of quincy sex offender ordinance that happened earlier this month. according to quincy police report investigators say gardner was seen at the library in quincy without written permission and librarian thought she saw him looking at pix of -- pictures of child without a shirt but then he was looking at e-mails later. he was moving into his mother's home >> community can sleep a little bit better knowing he is not on the streets. >> catherine: gardner sentenced to serve 190 years in prison for kidnapping and sexual abusing children and won shorter sentence on appeal. hill was among those to have gardner removed from the neighborhood and also working with local lawmakers on tougher legislation on sex offender prison sentences and parole conditions.
minds of the community in ease. >> i feel like it is the only option. >> catherine: local lawmaker wants laws on books and also want tracking device that's required once they come out. something not required in gardner's case and he is going to have probation violation hearing today at the courthouse in roxbury and keep you posted. live here in south boston, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> heather: this is new this mornin more information about a shooting investigation overnight in lawrence. you could see through this video police combing haverhill street for evidence late last night. the district attorney confirming to fox25 the man was flown to boston hospital with a gunshot wound. right now we are working to get update on that man's condition. >> heather: rhode island man in court today accused of stabbing three men near plymouth state university in new hampshire. this happened early yesterday morning. 19-year-old terence simmons
one of them is hospitalized in stable condition right now and two of the victims are psu students. simmons not a student at the school. >> julie: two-year-old girl is latest victim of gun violence in roxbury. the toddler was sitting in car seat saturday when she was struck by two bullets intended for her father. luckily she is going to be okay but as fox25 stephanie coueignoux shows us the drive-by shooting growing strong reaction from the girl's grandmother and the city's mayor. >> stephanie: mayor marty walsh calling this troubling and new this morning the little girl's grandmother is speaking out telling the boston globe that people need to come forward with vital information. otherwise this violence just won't end. however, police haven't arrested anyone in connection to saturday's shooting and they say one reason is that witnesses simply aren't cooperated including the two-year-old's father. the shooter was actually aiming for the girl's father who they say is well-known gang member.
leg. she is expected to be okay and the grandmother says she is an absolute trooper but this shooting comes just about a week after nine-year-old girl was shot also in roxbury and police say there the girl was also an innocent bystander. no arrests have been made in that case either. >> >> this particular case here, father not willing to step up. i think that questions his character and judgment in which is very disappointing. >> stephanie: mayor walsh says most people in the neighborhoods working to create a safer community and on the part of police they say that they are continuing to work with neighbors to make sure that everyone stays safe. now, i have reached out to police on both these investigations as soon as i hear back i will let you noy. outside boston police headquarters, i'm stephanie
blue in honor of police officers shot and there will be a mass for all boston officers. matt morris and richard cintolo continues to recover. both men are in critical but stable condition. commissioner bill evans say they are talking and alert. >> heather: today lawyers for bill cosby will be in court related to the defamation lawsuit against cosby. seven women say the comedian ruined the names by accusing assault. now cosby's lawyers want to access -- want access to counseling records for one of the women involved. judge will need to decide whether cosby's team had access to medical records as well. cosby's lawyers also want the defense to turn over statements from dozen potential witnesses. >> julie: tom brady talking about relationship with donald trump about the triumphant return to gillette stadium. fans going wild as brady took
for the first time this season. he was on a-game put new england in front ten-seven at break. brady and gronk unstoppable. career high and pats took home the win and brady's return isn't at only thing they are talking about and this morning he spoke with weei kirk and callahan about refusal to donald trump last week. >> obviously a lot of headlines to make and so forth, so -- tried never to make a lot of headlines. >> julie: he met trump years ago and he will discuss who he
current breast cancer patients also invited to the game special guest owner bob kraft. dozen ladies got the invite last week while they took part in second annual day of pampering. on thursday they were treated to breakfast, manicures manicures t and greet with gronk and tom brady and hits home for brady a few weeks ago and they revealed someone in the family is battling >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. right now on 93 south still pretty slow out there, 51, 50 minute mark 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: i have temperatures right now in the 60s along with mostly sunny skies headed moment from work later today. plan on the 70s. i have also got a few showers expected on future cast. i will give you the timeline in less than ten. >> heather: one woman spending
>> julie: iraqi forces taken 2014. the iraqi military says isis already taken heavy losses and the military is advancing southeast of the city. however, thousands of militants entrenched into the city and hitting the city with air strike as iraqis move in and siege won't be quick and encountsering a lot of improvised explosives and other obstacles and ditches
>> heather: clinton 46 to 41 lead and clinton leading trump in other battle ground states. meantime the maybe -- main headline is party campaign office in north carolina and firebomb gutted the building. >> sara: building and it is a total loss and they believe it is aimed at scary and intimidated volunteers and spray-painted a swastica and words nasdaqis -- nazis leave town. animals representing hillary clinton and dems in north carolina fire bombed office because we are winning.
horrific and unacceptable. very grateful that everyone is safe. sara: meanwhile senator elizabeth warren teamed up with bernie sanders to stump for hillary clinton in battle ground state of colorado. comes as new wall street journal poll clinton substantial lead in swing states picking up supported from women and swing voters. warren slammed donald trump on several topics, including tax returns. >> donald trump is too chicken to release tax returns. >> sara: getting new look about the frustrations inside the clinton campaign from another batch of e-mails released by wikileaks. they included several exchanges including how clinton can better handle apologizing for her use
campaign should handle health issues. we are reaching crucial deadline. wednesday is last day to get registered to vote before the presidential election. >> heather: wednesday also the final debate. live in las vegas and it will begin here at 9:00 p.m. followed by special edition of fox25 news at 10:00. >> julie: anti-trump and for our country's sake don't hire this man. he is giving himself 48 days to visit every state capital except hawaii and alaska and not to vote for the republican nominee. adler says they be in wyoming today for the twenty-sixth day of journey.
along at decent pace and slow and sluggish southbound from route 3 and lexington and waltham and things look great except for pretty bright skies out there and grab sunglasses for solar glare doesn't sneak up on you and almost an hour 128 southbound from peabody to the weston tolls. >> heather: hang on october 17th. is that right? >> shiri: not based on forecast. feels more like august, september, so no more ugg, ladies. >> heather: deal. >> shiri: maybe shorts if you haven't retired them yet. sun came up this morning at 7:00 a.m. and by halloween sun coming up at 7:17 and daylight savings time ends and we fall back. in fall you turn the clock back
and day we end up doing that november 6th. we have the daylight hours kind of closing in on us and days still getting shorter because we changed the clocks that sunrise happens a little bit earlier in the morning. 66 in boston and norwood, 63 in lawrence right now. hey, plymouth, 64. looking and sounding mighty fine and we have situation and leading to very summer like feel. be terrible today and noticeably stickier out there, 11:00 a.m. 68?, by 1:00 p.m. 72 and spend afternoon low and mid-70s most spots and slowly sinking back through the 60s as we hit the evening hours. so highs today ranging from about 73 in boston, 74 in plymouth and beverly to 76 in bedford. 72 in worcester. 76 in fitchburg. so a lot of those middle 70s out there and a lot of breaks of
by noon time notice that we got front in the neighborhood, that is going to stir up some clouds and even a couple spot showers here. i'm timing those out for the evening commute and dinner time and see how spotty they are and meteorologist james bryson going to be watching those, tracking those for you, but not much will come of them and don't expect to interfere with the drive home from work and pause at midnight and show we have the front around and that could spawn a couple overnight showers, but the bulk of all of those showers will shift into central, nort tomorrow morning, a little bit cloudy as you get up and go and warm for sure and humidity more so than we feel today. you could see second half of the day tomorrow does feel quite a bit brighter and tuesday afternoon and how about 80s in nashua, lawrence, bedford, down to norwood, 79? in boston, so getting there, 20? above average but on top of that we got the winds coming up from the southwest and south, but gusting about 20 to 25 miles per hour tomorrow, so it is also going to
there. 7-day forecast for the weekend always in view. 75 today if that's not warm enough, wait until tomorrow 70? and 80 again on wednesday. thursday comes along 68? with increasing clouds and we have a chants for couple late hours and friday wet day this week and significant rain as well and we could be talking about much needed rain relief and over the weekend. 67? for saturday, highs sunday, a little brighter and 62 and after that it actually like we are probably take a bit of cooler turn into next week's forecast. back to you guys. >> julie: night sky may be brighter and super moon passed through the sky. gorgeous. if you missed phenomenon, don't worry, next few months will feature the large and her brighter moon. nsa says september 14th super moon will be the closest since the turn of the century. >> learn something new there. >> 2015 winter we will never
short memory. why they are reducing some of the fines for the commuter rails during that season of failure. >> forget about pin numbers. next credit card company that wants you to the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million just last year - according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state.
? ? on social security and medicare, these are the facts. kelly ayotte voted for deep cuts in medicare and social security. here are the votes. she voted against
protecting social security from the threat of privatization. raising the retirement age for social security. look it up yourself. the fact is kelly ayotte's supporting big, corporate special interests. she's not working for us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. c'mon in, pop pop! happy birthday! i survived a heart attack. i'm doing all i can to keep from having another one. and i'm taking brilinta. for people who've been hospitalized for a heart attack. i take brilinta with a baby aspirin.
ts from sticking together and forming a clot. brilinta reduced the chance of another heart attack. or dying from one. it worked better than plavix. >>don't stop taking brilinta without talking to your doctor since stopping it too soon increases your risk of clots in your stent, heart attack, stroke, and even death. brilinta may cause bruising or bleeding more easily, or serious, sometimes fatal bleeding. don't take brilinta if you have bleeding, like stomach ulcers, a history of bleeding in the brain, or severe liver problems. tell your doctor about bleeding, any planned surgery, and all medicines you take. >>talk to your doctor about brilinta. i'm doing all i can. that includes brilinta. if you can't afford your medication,
>> julie: app for customers called identity check mobile for customers and all you have to do is look in camera phone and blink. the blinking prevents someone from just using a picture of your face. tesla pushing back and surprise announcement until wednesday. ceo originally hinted unexpected product will be revealed today. the delay hasn't stopped rumors from flying and many speculating what the announcement will be
model. >> julie: how do you plan to spend the next birthday and special goal for celebration. warn wants to feed 30,000 people by her thirtieth birthday. what an amazing goal. so she has been feeding needy for years and it is couponing that makes it all possible. >> i was able to get both items for free and going to coupon like crazy for the meatballs. i think probably close to 50 boxes down in here. >> heather: neighbors have been incredibly supportive and nice to hear and hoping to cut on the hunger one snip at the time. making big dent there. >> julie: officer treated to
can't help but rock back and forth and dancing to song my girl and asked the officer if they wanted to see the routine for the upcoming wedding and watched the dance for continuing the rounds and police department posted video online ending with congratulations to the bride and groom. >> heather: some people like to carve the pumpkins in the fall and others like to launch them in the air. gathered at new hampshire motor speedway in loudon and celebrating weekend long extreme contest and claims the group broke a world record with launch of 1300-pound pumpkin. the event didn't stop there. organizers also sent a car
event second year. dangerous stuff. shiri? >> shiri: got to stand way back i think for that display. i am tracking really warm temperatures, normal high 61. today we are in the 70s, tomorrow in the 80s. got an hour-by-hour look into that warm-up next. >> julie: local man inside a burning building has no idea there was a fire. coming up what the neighbors did to get him out >> michael: commonwealth finds itself in the hole once kelly ayotte: let's be honest - both
donald trump and hillary clinton are far from perfect... and i'm not perfect either. but when partisan politicians shut down the government,
protect new hampshire's clean air and clean water. i've been called a problem solver by independent groups, and ranked as one of the most bipartisan senators. i'm kelly ayotte - and i approve this message, because whether i'm working
with republicans, democrats, or independents, i'm standing up for new hampshire. bob hillery: i spent 21 years in the navy, defending america. if i only showed up half of the time, i'd have been court-martialed. but that's what senator kelly ayotte did. she missed nearly half of her nd security hearings, ayotte was mia... even missing a hearing the same day she went to a washington fundraiser. for ayotte, collecting campaign cash comes first. bob hillery: when it comes to fighting terrorism, fifty percent doesn't cut it. vo: votevets is responsible for
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. but they can't. if you like your public school, question 2 won't affect you. but for kids stuck in failing school districts, question 2 will let parents choose something better and give all our kids hope.
>> heather: now at 9:00 look at beautiful picture. skyline of boston, it is warm and sunny and summer weather isn't going anywhere. don't know why i wore these this mo >> heather: stepped outside and balmy weather hit me. >> too big to keep the studio cool for the cameras. >> shiri: i think flip-flops are okay and those of you haven't put the shorts away, why not, go for it. mostly clear skies, sagging southward boston, 66?, burlington 63, wrentham in the lower 60s as well. we are up to 61 now in
60s out in central mass and 57 in windham, new hampshire to 64 in plymouth and 63 in falmouth and day planner today involves partly to mostly sunny skies, 72?, i got to jump it up to 75 here at 3:00 p.m. and also got more clouds moving in later this afternoon. there will be a couple spot showers out there. i have the timeline ready widths future cast about ten minutes away. julie back now with live time traffic. >> julie: 93 south naker route 16 in medford, otherwise things opened up on route 1 and still a little bit of volume through lexington. pike is slow spot, south -- expressway slow spot south of the pike but look at this through brighton, east and westbound lanes wide open on the pike. here are live drive times, 33 minutes as hayde from 495 to mass ave, 29 minutes on the expressway, 38 minutes on 93
zakim bridge. >> heather: breaking news that we have been following all morning long. official confirmed to fox25 man shot in lawrence late last night has died. police say 34-year-old man was shot in an alley behind 84 haverhill street and flown into beth israel hospital last night and passed away around 4:30 this morning. no arrests have been made in the case and d.a. helping lawrence police to investigate. meantime happening today a convicted child rapist is expected back in court just days after his release. richard gardner is convicted level three sex offender. he was arrested on a fugitive from justice charge and summoned to court. we told you last week gardner was spotted at library in quincy without the proper written permission for convicted sex offender. we also learned librarian thought she spotted garden looking at picture of child without a shirt on while on computer in the library but when the library came back in gardner
shelter in roxbury. residents in his hometown of weymouth had been petitioning for weeks ask they want them removed from the neighborhood. >> hopefully never happens again and this is a wake-up call to stretcher on repeat sexually dangerous person. state senator patrick o'connor he wants to see tougher restrictions for high risk sex offenders like gardner and wants laws to make sure they remain in prison and trd released and released statement saturday having level three sex offenders wear tracking devices. >> julie: no arrest have been made after a standoff in revere lasted hours and caused lockdown of entire neighborhood. officers were called to house with reports fired and spending the morning trying to get into the apartment. six men eventually questioned by police and they told the globe there wasn't any gun fire and
>> heather: almost million dollars worth of damage in brownstone where approximate broke out in art gallery. viewer video right here shows smoke pouring from the building. it is hard to see but there is actually a man sitting on the second floor seemingly unaware there's a fire going on below him. people on the streets spent minutes trying to get the man's attention any way they could. >> started throwin attention and everyone actually yelling at that point to get out because it is smoke just got -- it was increasing. >> heather: fortunately the efforts did pay off and man can be seen running out of the building right there. just moments before bystander was about to run in. workers at ground floor restaurant were able to shut off the gas and officials say that likely prevented an explosion. >> julie: happening today tens of thousands of state employees are being offered buyout in
michael henrich live outside the statehouse where governor looking to close 294 million-dollar budget gap. michael? >> michael: taxpayers know full well that this sort of budget shortfall was foreseen and that's we didn't get tax-free shopping weekend this past summer but revenue added to the state coffer by not having the tax-free weekend was not enough and now they are in pickle and offer buyout starting today. >> we will make sure we balance constitutional requirement to do that and we will. we have since we took office. >> michael: governor charlie baker's plan to close projected 294 million budget deficit starts with buyout, offered to roughly 42,000 state employees. >> while this will certainly be as it always is, a difficult exercise, people should remember it is basically represents about 1% of executive branch spending. >> michael: if not enough take
state officials say lower tax revenues cause that budget shortfall. that said governor baker insists stuff that matters most to people won't be impacted. >> we will not touch local aid to cities and towns and touch k through town and higher ed and not going to touch the court and department of children and families and not going to touch the department of mental health. >> michael: leader of one unirepresents thousands of state employees told the is sympathetic to voluntary buyout program and insists that the state agencies operating to bare bones levels, dangerously low staffing as he put it and reached out to the union and in touch with press people last hour or so and see it shortly at the fox25 news app as soon as possible. meantime the commonwealth offerings buyout to state employees today. live at statehouse, i'm michael
>> heather: record snowfall, who can forget it. the company in charge of the commuter rail supposed to pay fine for the problem and as winter approaches and waving some of the fines for keolis due to clause for unforeseeable circumstances. passengers don't completely blame keolis saying it was delays. >> heather: holding meeting in east boston for prepare to electronic tolling in sumner tunnel. during tonight's meeting mass dot will explain how the tolls work in construction plan to remove the current booth and east boston high school and take effect a week from this friday. >> julie: now safe to eat
rhode island's ban lifted more than week after they found harmful algae. it is good for eating once again after dozens of people ate it got sick. it meant the annual wellfleet oyster 50 and over the weekend. julie: more than million dollars in repairs. lighthouse advisory board will meet tomorrow to figure out how to pay for the restorations. according to the cape cod times first step will fix structural and safety issues and cost around $300,000. >> heather: framingham couple has extra reasons to smile this morning after welcoming new addition of family in very dramatic fashion. look at this picture sweet out by mass state police. joe hilton with happy and proud family. their baby boy was born on the pike yesterday right near the allston-brighton tolls. according to police mom and baby
occasionally shows up on traffic map. >> good to hear how good news how it turns out. >> julie: 93 southbound looking at drive times, down to 38 minutes, so improvements on 93 south as you make your way toward the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: afternoon showers north of the mass pike and look at border with new hampshire for i will time them out coming up. >> heather: father and children flip overboard off the coast and how they got them out of the water. >> julie: troubling story from the weekend. 12-year-old girl helped save
the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million just last year - according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta
on social security and medicare, these are the facts. kelly ayotte voted for deep cuts in medicare and social security. here are the votes. she voted against protecting social security from the threat of privatization. and said she's open to raising the retirement age for social security. look it up yourself. the fact is kelly ayotte's supporting big, corporate special interests. dscc is responsible for the content
>> heather: 12-year-old went downstairs during a sleepover to find four unconscious. pervasive how it is right now. 12-year-old girl went downstairs in the middle of the night and were unresponsive and 12-year-old called 911 and upstairs bedroom at the springfield home and the women went out to purchase drugs came home and oded. springfield police tell me the mothers thought they were snorting cocaine but the drug field tested positive for heroin. when emergency crews arrive two of the women had pulses and two did not. all four were given the opiate
became alert and walk in ambulances. >> how many case where is it has been where parents are passed out and kids are sitting behind them and never expect something like this. nothing about it. >> heather: i spoke with springfield police about an hour ago and detectives found paraphernalia to test the purity of the heroin to see whether it might have been mixed with something else. dcf has been notified. at this point criminal charges have not been filed but the police department in springfield is investigating. >> julie: healthcare workers and police bracing for deadly trend in the opioid epidemic. it is called card final and it is a elephant tranquilizer 10,000 stronger than morphine.
police are urged not to come in contact with the drug but they are supposed to secure it and take it to lab. >> heather: we told but two joined at the head until successful surgery on friday and doctors discovered the boys shared much more brain tissue than had originally been they almost actually considered calling the entire surgery off at one point. the mother posting note of thanks to her facebook page writing in part, wrote, the real heroes of the story are people that put countless hours, days and months into the success of that surgery. we are hoping for those two boys for swift recovery. family in virginia had big reason to celebrate today after 355 days in the intensive care
and internet sensation before he was born and truly a miracle child. mother posted video of her breaking -- of her breaking news to her dad about the pregnancy took off. check out moment now that has been viewed more than 10 million times. >> you're pregnant. >> come here. >> and it is a boy. >> heather: heartwarming you see a man get choked up about a baby. the bun is in the oven, that is how she broke the news. nicknaming baby buns. look at those cheeks? don't they look like birds and celebrate the first birthday
bedford and lawrence and early, early this morning, temperatures almost 30? warmer than the way we woke up on sunday morning. 66 temperature right now in boston looking nice and bright. see the dewpoint temperature, 58?, we are going to talk about this quite a bit for the next couple days. higher the number the more moisture is in the air and that means that we are talking humidity for the next couple days. that number actually going to keep getting up into tuesday and wednesday and 11:00 a.m. and 68?, lower 70s will do here for a goo afternoon. that's for boston. i got some of theburgs warmer and couple widely scattered showers and for the most part going to hold off as the kids come home from school. main concern and even with that said i don't think it is going to be that big of deal and afternoon evening commute showers very spotty, likely very light as well and we are going
meteorologist watching you fox25 starting at 4:00 p.m. and he will keep an eye on straight through the evening hours. even though they are very limited in coverage. 73? in boston, 75 in lawrence, 76 today in foxborough, 72 in worcester, so there you go. we got the 70s today. tonight it is going to be 50s and 60s, that's where we were last night. then tomorrow how about some lower 80s, things will start out partly cloudy in the morning, this is midnight tonight so most of you will be asle h couple overnight showers. we have a front that will be lifting northward, warm front will drag in all this warm humid air for the day tomorrow and gets even brighter here in the afternoon. things are looking pretty good here as we get into the tuesday forecast. these are record highs 82 boston, 85 worcester, 85 concord, 85 providence, rhode island. don't think we will quite make the records here tomorrow
lower and highs on wednesday. thursday comes along we have increasing clouds and laid showers at 68? and 70 on friday and best chance for rain will be here on friday expecting scattered rain, significant rain and cooling through weekend and slowly cool out the clouds. back >> extremely dangerous and everybody is vulnerable, all the money, all the finances can be liquidated. >> julie: new technology to to protected device. we will share more.
formed a human chain. julie: scary boat crash caught on camera and carrying father and two sons and there you can see it and overturned off the coast of california and one boy thrown from the boat and other trapped underneath. the surfers jumped into action and helping two boys back to shore. >> holding on to leash and gripped on to leash and is okay we are on shore. >> harbor patrol says their investigating the crash at reckless driving incident and no one hurt in the crash. >> heather: there are downs that remain underwater right no you as we speak including printsville which is 75 miles east of raleigh and every town
most the 2,000 resident there have evacuated at this point and one to explain why daughter can't go to school right now. >> my little girl goes to school there and actually got flooded and reaction on face totally broke me heart but couldn't break down in front of her. stayed strong for her. >> heather: hundreds ofe many have applied for assist assistance. agreed as haiti works to recover from the hurricane u.n. peace keepers clashing for the people that are supposed to be helping. sound of gun fire for one of the confrontations. roughly 100 people began hurling rocks when trucks carrying food aid arrived. police officers and u.n. peace keepers used tear gas to break up the group. more than 1,000 people in haiti
storm. >> julie: tough week with a positive spin. started when hurricane matthew forced couple out of home and then thieves took turn destroying the place, stealing things meant for the wedding and couple says their friends, family, even strangers donated supplies to give them the wedding of their dreams. >> we made it. >> despite all the trouble and tribulations we made it. >> pair says they are thankful for the outpouring of support and they look forward to taking a break before repairing home and starting >> heather: weddings such an overwhelming feeling for people being there for you and everybody donated things to make sure they are there that day is amazing. >> julie: if they can get through that. >> shiri: 75? and clouds thicker this afternoon and risk for spot shower and tuesday and wednesday generally dry pushing
i know we like that little bit of warm-up. things get cooler for the end of the week and thursday and into friday we have the risk for couple of shower over the weekend keeping things mostly dry for now but things will get a lot cooler by the end of the weekend and piece ahead as i look into next week and much the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, st year - according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state.
bob hillery: i spent 21 years in the navy, defending america. if i only showed up half of the time, i'd have been court-martialed. but that's what senator kelly ayotte did. homeland security hearings.
vo: on critical homeland security hearings, ayotte was mia... even missing a hearing the same day she went to a washington fundraiser. for ayotte, collecting campaign cash comes first. bob hillery: when it comes to fighting terrorism, fifty percent doesn't cut it. vo: votevets is responsible for