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derailed train cars. what they were carrying that raised concern. a woman wrapped in duct tape while three men ransacked her home. while police chief said this wasn't a random attack. five cars crumpled and charred from a chain reaction crash. went from victim to hero. >> i got out of car and my car i was limping and my car wa against the guardrail and i had to squeeze myself out of the car and they said there is someone in that car and i ran over there. >> gene: he saved a person from a burning truck. november 2, wednesday, we appreciate you being with us, i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: a i am sara underwood. we are getting a break from the cold which is wonderful news. shiri spear said it will feel like september today. from the stormtracker weather
dropping temperatures through 7 a.m. and not the case this morning. last hour we gone from the upper 40s to lower 50s in boston. 51 in the city. 50 in lawrence. 48 in plymouth. 49 in worcester. 49 in nashua, new hampshire. upper 40s, lower 50s, a really mild start to the day and help hold in the heat. temperatures shouldn't drop any further. south and southwest winds that will aid with the warm-up. nothing too strong yet and static temperatures through 9 this is for framingham today with on and off clouds. i am going to time out the warm-up today and get more of the clouds and cooler temperatures coming up. and catherine parrotta with live drive time traffic. >> looking good that the early hour. this one near revere beach parkway in revere. keep that in mind. 128, 93 looking okay. south of the say that accident 24. looks like it just cleared, but
little bit on the expressway otherwise no real problems. look at our cameras. pike no problems. and here are those drive times. 11 minutes. 93 19 minutes. and expressway a 9-minute ride. gene, over to you. the hunt continues for a group of men who tied up a 70-year-old woman in her home and robbed her at knifepoint. they are hoping her car will lead them to the suspects. live in sterling. and, jess, that car was found home. >> reporter: it was, gene, and it is here at the police department this morning. they dusted it for fingerprints and they are trying to find the three men they believe are behind this. as we said, police tide up in 70-year-old woman as they ransacked her home. someone from skyfox over the scene yesterday morning right this all happened here. between 9 and 10:00 in the morning when broke into 13
tied that woman up by knifepoint and demanded to know where the safe was. but there was no safe inside the house. they went through the home stealing $1,000 in cash and the victim's cadillac. the police chief said the attacks were likely targeted. >> familiar with the individuals. >> reporter: the cadillac we know was found seven miles from the home near 190. again it is here at the police station this morning. we know they did dust it for the search is on for three men and anyone with any information at all are asked to call sterling police. live in sterling, jessica reyes, fox25 news. happening today, cleanup work is under way after a freight train derailed in westburg. this was the scene last night near broadway. the lowell sun reports that the six cars that went off the tracks were carrying a flammable cleaning material. originally town officials sent out a warning to residents that there may have to be an
was able to stay home. the train company pan am railways plans to get the car back on the track after it is light outside. the derailment happened a quarter of a mile away from one that happened two years ago. this morning two people are in critical condition after being hit by a septic truck crossing the street. the 71-year-old man and 67-year-old woman from boston were trying to catch the bus right in front of city hall in woburn around 7:00. they were in the crosswalk whe we asked the police chief if this area is risky for pedestrians. >> i am here for 36 years and not that i am aware of. the crosswalk is a very busy street, heavily traveled. >> reporter: the driver did stay on the scene. police are pulling surveillance tapes from the area to see if any cameras captured the accident. if they did, the video will help them determine if the driver will face any charges. skyfox over the scene of a
see a utility truck on its side and another car charred from the flames. police say yesterday the driver of the utility truck hit the car in front of them causing that car to flip over and catch fire. three other cars were also hit in the process. one the drivers who was hit says he could hear cries from help from the driver of the burning car and he limped over to help him. >> i picked him up and pulled him out of the car and somebody else came and helped to pull him away i guess it was adrenaline, i guess. >> a middleborough police lieutenant say the call that came in for the crash was eeriely similar to the crash that killed four teens on the same road. the driver of the utility truck was cited for operation to endanger. he told police he was working 80 hours at the time of the crash. opening statements in the death penalty trial of gary lee sampson begins this morning.
crime spree back in 2001. a judge threw out his previous death sentence after learning that a juror didn't disclose she was a domestic abuse survivor during the selection process. now sampson's lawyers are trying to save his life. statements began at 9:00 in boston federal court. he will be there. fox25 investigates the first to tell you about a new lawsuit filed by a framingham police detective. his chief in the town. lieutenant gutwell, a 12-year florida the force in august. in the lawsuit, his suspension was retaliation because he reported corruption in the department. in february, gutwell-made a formal complaint accusing fellow officers of misconduct. allowed confidential informants to take drugs for personal use, took me men know toes from crime scene. >> despite reputation that retaliation against him would
thereafter. it is exactly what happened. >> gene: framingham manager said the lawsuit lacks fact. an independent investigation showed no validity to the allegations and several instances, gutwell was untruthful. gutwell previously worked as a law officer in ashland and sued that department and that case was settled and gutwell walked away with an undisclosed sum. defending the s following the alleged sexual assault of a student on campus. 44-year-old anthony tow of leominster met the student two weeks before the encounter. texted the 19-year-old while she was in class and brought her lunch. the teen went to the school parking lot where she was sexually assaulted in the man's minivan. the officer in charge of school security doesn't think the incident could have been prevented even with more security. there are 12 officers
but because there is an open campus policy, students and visitors come and go. the suspect is a father of five and pled not guilty. boston mayor marty walsh said city inspectors took all the safety precaution before the deadly trench collapse. told the herald the water and sewer commission inspected the dike days before the tragedy. two private contractors died in the accident. their company atlantic drain services has a long history of you lowell police are telling residents to keep an eye nondangerous dog that attacked a woman and her granddaughter on the playground. they still haven't found the dog. the 60-year-old woman said the dog which may have been a brown pit bull came out of nowhere and started biting her 2-year-old granddaughter. the woman used her body to shield the little girl and she was also attacked. a man who heard the screams chased a dog away from the baseball bat.
head but they are doing okay. the driver that caused a chain reaction crash involving a fire engine. driver of a suv did not stop with a fire truck that had its lights and sirens blaring. the fire engine hit the suv before slamming into a free and a few parked cars. it happened near dartmouth and commonwealth. four fire fighters and the driver of the suv ended up in the hospital and they are all expected to recover. recognition that led to the evacuation of three stores in derry, new hampshire yesterday. the eagle tribune reportings that the tractor-trailer was at a delivery when its refrigeration system caught fire. a hazmat team had to be called to the team to help clean up after the truck's fuel tank was melted in the flames. no one was hurt in the fire. businesses were allowed to reopen yesterday. one of the most exciting events in sports. game 7, one game winner take
came to when the cubs romped in game 6 taking the series to the limit. addison russell came up big for the cubs in cleveland. top of the first, flyball into right and drops in between two indian outfielder and brought in two runs including ben zobrist that came crashing into the plate 3-0 chicago in the first. then in the third, russell again this time with the bases loaded. he got out of that one. deep to center. a grand slam. cubs are up 7-0 after 22-year-old is the second youngest person to hit a granny in the world series. cubbies win it 9-3 the final. tonight for the 38th time, one final game will decide the champion of balk and whichever team wins it will make history. the game will be here on fox25. first pitch at 8:08. game 7, it doesn't get any better than. we track weather and traffic every ten minutes.
smooth sailing. if you were going on the expressway a good time do that. drive times coming up. >> shiri: temperatures from 44 to 52 degrees. 25 to 30 degrees warmer than yesterday morning. temperatures in the 60s when you head home from work. i will tell you what time it will be bright and when to count on the showers here in the next couple of days. now 5:11. a local teacher suspended for this performance as donald trump caught on camera. coming up, the song and dance costume that had students and parents so upset. making the attacks dunkin's sweet black pepper bacon sandwich is back with twice the crispy, caramelized peppered bacon. experience a breakfast sandwich made for
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anti-trump than pro clinton. fox25's daniel miller joins us now. clinton has a lot to worry about with the polls getting much tighter. >> daniel: the latest real clear politics poll show hillary clinton with just a 2-point lead over donald trump within the margin of error and that poll isn't the only one. a "washington post" poll show trump with a 1 percent lead nationally, a dramatic shift from just a week ago. amid tightening polls and a la fbi, the clinton camp is shifting focus to trump and the controversies that have royld his white house bid. a new ad of his past comments about women. >> putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner is not ready, i go through the roof. >> reporter: clinton echoing that line of attack in the key swing state of florida. >> he sure has spement a lot of
>> trump never one to shy away from conflict going after clinton and the president over obamacare. >> hillary clinton wants to expand obamacare and make it even more expensive. >> reporter: trump continuing to face less than enthusiastic support from some in the establishment wing of his own party. house speaker paul ryan said he voted but he avoided mentioning trump's name. >> i already voted for our voting. we need to support our entire republican ticket. >> reporter: ohio governor john kasich is under fire after announcing that he will not vote for trump. kasich wrote in 2008 nominee john mccain's name on top of his ballot. action that drew criticism from former presidential candidate rick santorum. >> i am not happy with john kasich and paul ryan with the way they consult.
would you support the republican nominee for president. >> and the candidates are also ramping up their campaign stops in the final days. hillary clinton is in las vegas and arizona. massachusetts senator elizabeth warren is also in nevada stumping for clinton. donald trump is making three stops in the patelground state of florida. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. governor charlie baker made a candid confession about his presidential pick. the first time in his life, governor his presidential ballot blank. he voted for a president every presidential election since 19le 0, but this year he is din courageed by the nominees. >> i said months and months ago that i didn't think that donald trump had the temperament to be present and hillary clinton had believability issues and nothing happened between now and then to change my minds. >> sara: station has you covered with everything that you need to know. we will have live team coverage on tuesday.
with us throughout the night and the results on both the presidential and local races as they roll in in. time check your traffic. how the roads are doing. 5:17 on your wednesday morning. taking a look at that map. the good news is a lot of green north of the city 128, 93 doing okay. 128 south. city no problems. a little slowdown on the expressway between quincy and dorchester as you try work your way north. this accident on the map 145 revere beach parkway. a congested area up soon. taking a like at one of our live cameras, zakim bridge, leverett connector. volume very light. drive times for you on the pike, 22 minutes. on the expressway, 9 minutes, smooth sailing. 128 to route 1 to the weston tolls will take you 21 minutes right now. and shiri, you might not need the heat if you were driving to work this early hour. >> reporter: maybe that. i am thinking for the afternoon the wind is down. when we are talking temperatures in the 60s, close to 70s.
make mother nature more comfortable. temperatures come crashing down friday into the weekend. a little bit of everything. sunshine and showers and flurries in the forecast just in those next several days. so current conditions here, 2 degrees in boston. 50 in lawrence. 49 in worcester. and 50 in norwood. out to fitchburg at 51 degrees. we do have this partly cloudy skies to start things off, and we are going to deal with some on and off clouds, really throughout not as bright as yesterday, but, man, warmer, 47 in fitchburg at 7 a.m. 9 a.m. in the lower 50s. we get up to 60 degrees at 11 a.m. and in the afternoon well into the 60s here, but we also have to add, again, a few of those clouds. this afternoon i am counting on more clouds the further north. 64 in manchester, new hampshire. 62234 worcester today. 65 ipswich to boston. 67 in framingham low to mid-60s
massachusetts including the cape and islands. the reason we have more clouds is we are closer to the front. a lot of warm air that is coming in today. it does stay dry despite the fact more clouds around. overnight patchy drizzle into midnight and the morning commute and specifically northern mass and southern new hampshire and that is the spot we could deal with on-and-off showers here. earlier tomorrow. even at noontime, a little wet in southern new hampshire. showers in worcester at 3, and the rain pea during that evening commute and clearing out for your thursday evening. rain totals will range from a 10th to a quarter inch of rain. tomorrow we are still in the 60s. 63 degrees bright and breezy on friday and over the weekend a slight risk for either some flurries or stray sprinkle. neither of those days a washout with mostly dry conditions. i don't want you to be caught offguard. back to you, guys. a store clerk robbed at gunpoint, the whole thing caught on surveillance camera.
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gas prices were soared to their highest level in eight years after a pipeline ruptured in alabama. we told but the explosion yesterday and this morning, we knee a crew hit a line causing the fire that killed one person. that gas line is a major fuel artery to the east coast supplying about one-third of the gas in 13 states. gasoline futures shot up as much as 18% yesterday but settled at about 5%. local high school teacher has been suspended for a week donald trump and went to school and then danced to a song filled with profanity. [bleep] >> gene: that is kara kelly a geometry teacher. they suspended after after this video showed up on youtube. someone else put the song on and she danced along but admitted that the teacher clearly made a bad decision. >> maybe in a different
learning environment, i don't think that is really appropriate. >> the teacher has been with the school district since 2008. nasa has built a fake rock to get ready for a new space mission. west have a san rafael university students teamed up with the space agency to make this mock astronaut boulder. made of rock, styrofoam and plywood. it will be used to test a robotic capture system that may on surface. patriots seem to be adding wide receivers left and right. yesterday two julian edelman. he completed his look with a red beany, beatz and a yellow kent state and he took time to answer questions as the wide out. >> yeah, i spent my off season in muscle beach and did a lot
>> hey, who are you. who are you. >> seems like patriots players have a mask for almost everyone on the team. earlier someone kept showing up in that creepy tom brady mask. the man in the mask was former patriot wide receiver wes welker. >> shiri: those masks are definitely creepy. rain moving in for tomorrow. saturday that risk for showers even cold enough we will show you when next. donations to a charity go go up in smoke. the rush this morning to replace thousands of toys and school supplies from military
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now at 5:30, a train runs off the tracks. we are live at the scene as cleanup crews prepare to put those cars back up on their wheels. the investigation is under way after a woman's body was found outside this apartment complex. the reason investigators say they won't say i can't they believe her death is suspicious. and surveillance cameras capture the moment a gunman open fires on clerk. the bullet misses him the bullet misses him by inches. the clerk tells us why he wasn't scared until the gun went off. good morning, 5:30 on this wednesday morning, november 2. we reached the middle of the week and chugging right along here. >> sara: we are so happy because look at the temperature. 52 degrees. much warmer than it has been earlier in the week. check in with shiri spear to find out more about these warmer temperatures. >> shiri: some spots running 25 degrees warmer than
warm start. right now 49 in burlington. 45 in wrentham. we have some clouds that we are dealing with doing us a little favor that is preventing us from dropping. temperatures are slowly arriving already this morning. auburn at 49 degrees. pepperell at 45 and wyndham at 46. right now upper 40s, lower 50s for the cape and islands. the same on and off clouds for you folks. the forecast for you today in boston have us at 49 degrees at 7 a.m. followed by 61 at noontime, so nice little warm-up even by lunchtime. i think a lot of you in the short sleeves. 3 p.m. for kids coming phloem school, mid- to upper 60s and keeping it dry through 7:00 at 61. the 60s in the clouds tomorrow do not stay dry. when to plan around those showers coming up in ten minutes. catherine parrotta with live drive time traffic. how is it shaking up -- shaping up for you. >> catherine: the map looking good at 5:30. the areas green and south of
do want to shift west to give you a look at how that situation is doing. pike moving mathly at this early hour. route 1 in charlotte, dark. check out the headlights and tail lights. 23 minutes. tail lights. 23 minutes. from the split to the pike, 28 sara, over to you. we are following breaking news out of des moines, iowa. a manhunt shot and twilled two police officers an ambush-style attack. the first officer was shot sitting in his druceer on patrol. the second officer responded to that call and was also shot in his car. they were both found at around 1:30 this morning. we will continue to follow this breaking news and bring you the latest details all morning long. happening today, cleanup crews are reading to westford to get trains back on the track. >> a live look in westford where six cars came off the track.
went off the tracks just two years ago right there. michael henrich is live in westford and michael, initial legal was concern this could be a hazmat situation. >> reporter: as you can see from this overpass at broadway and river street, they are still examining the actual train cars that derailed. it was briefly considered a hazmat situation, but as you take a look at some pictures i want to show that you were sent in from comforting information from fire officials that is no longer an ongoing concern, the hazmat situation. it was initially called out as a tier one, which is the lowest level of possible hazmat situation. now this train derailed. this pan am rail train derailed a little after 8:30 last night. and when they were so concerned about the hazmat situation,
residents but decided against 2 it as we are learning that none of the materials are actually spilled. so the investigation into why the train cars derailed is ongoing. i have reached out to pan am railways this morning for comment. it is interesting you noted that the lowell sun reported this derailment is not far from another freight derailment in 2014. the reason being that time the sun reports that town officials grew frustrated by the lack of communication from pan this time the town was quickly notified. no injuries were reported with this derailment, and they do expect when the sun rises to right these cars when that happens. michael henrich, fox 25 news. three months after coming to this country a local mother of two is dead after someone shot her in the streets of dorchester. police say that benny tamote was on washington street saturday when somebody shot and
was aiming at somebody else and a stray bullet hit her. hit tomote rather. her children are heart broken. >> my mother is lost. she was shot. >> gene: police have not made an arrest in the case. they are asking for anyone with information on the shooter to please come forward. we are hearing from a store collect robbed at gunpoint in the willow tree market in the incident was caught on surveillance video. the man fired his gun when the worker didn't give him money. the employee wasn't scared at first because he didn't think the gun was real. >> i laughed at him because the halloween kind of thing. i thought he was trying to scare me, but he said like give me all the money, whatever you guys have in there. i laughed a him and i said it twice. and i laughed at him again and the third time he, like, fired the gun.
safely to his wife. police arrested three men for their roles in the robbery. what a little boy found in his halloween candy leaving a bad taste for police and parents in wahlpole. they found this apple-flavored nip vodka bottle. someone gave the nip to the boy when he was trick or treating near haynes and rain is street. police say they are lucky he is it not try to open the bottle. bottle of vodka but the symbol of an appearle in front of it and will resemble something like a fruit drink. >> gene: walpole police posted it online and did a reverse 911 for parents to check their candy. a local college student goes viral with's say she wrote and claims of plagiarism. what's
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advertising. now at 5:39. checking traffic and weather together. and we do it every ten minutes. >> sara: yes we do. check in with catherine with traffic. >> catherine: looking good. zakim bridge moving well at this hour and the tobin bridge in this corner that is moving well too. drive times in just a few minutes. really good news, shiri, off
>> shiri: so much warmer. goodbye 20s and 30s. 49 degrees as you send the kids out to school. 6 a.m. temperature 48 degrees and still in the upper 40s at 7 a.m. not losing much heat. we have got a huge warm-up on the way. we will show you which towns and cities get close to 70 this afternoon coming up in about 10. >> gene: gene-o sounds good, shiri. celtics get back to work. the green take over the garden as they host the chicago bulls. one of the people respon for the celtics. ray allen officially announced his retivrmentd yesterday. allen has not played since 2014 and he did consider making a comeback this year. he retires having made more three pointers than anybody in nba history. of the new big three, paul pierce is active. he will retire after this season. kevin garnett announced his retirement in september. making a swing through florida facing the panthers down south.
sweet move to beat robert luongo. never trailed. how about a shorty, down a man, dominic steele and watch a goal even though it doesn't look like that. the puck kind of trickles over the goal line. good enough and bruins take a 2-1 lead. a little brouhaha. story krug hit high by shane harper as he is going down. adam mccoy steps in for season after the 2-1 win. tuukka rask 33 saves for the bs. they play in tampa tomorrow night. boston's award-winning nroyr bakery and cafe have their eyes set on a new home. a 7th location on dalton street in the back bay. will be of a new luxury apartment building set to open in the spring. all part of flowers recent event to expand their brand. they plan to open two new
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fall. where we could see 70s is coming up in less than five minutes. happening right now cleanup crews are waiting for the sun to rise to clean up the mess left behind by a train derailment. six cars from a freight train. carrying flammable materials and none of that spilled. we will be on the scene all morning long as crews start to put that train back on the tracks. and developing in sterling, police are searching for three 70 woman's home, tied her up and robbed her house. they took off in a cadillac but that was found several miles away. an update from police and we will bring it to you as soon as we get it. questions are swirling of a woman found dead outside of an apartment building. police spent two hours trying to figure out who she was. stephanie coueignoux is live in lawrence this morning with what
saying her death is suspicious but they don't know and they are not releasing exactly how she died. taking a look behind me, this is the apartment complex on exchange street where they found her body; however, they are not saying and don't know whether she lives here or was just found here. also want to give you a better idea of the neighborhood where all of this happened. you can see that this apartment is rounded by homes, possibly someone may have seen something yesterday morning. knew spokesperson for the esx county district attorney's office says the woman's death, again, is suspicious but not saying exactly how she died. they are saying that the medical examiner is expected to determine that today and will not try to release that information because they didn't want to compromise that investigation and still a lot of questions left unanswer and who this woman is, whether she lives here and exactly how she died. according to the da's office, the woman died between 5 and 7 yesterday morning.
between 50 and 60 years old. she was found completely clothed including a black wool coat. she was wearing her sneakers and her jewelry was also on her, the da's office is not saying whether they had any suspects. we are hoping to speak with people here at this apartment complex, and we are reaching out to the da's office. as soon as we get an update, of course, we will let you know. in lawrence, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. a judge has thrown out a major portion of a law filed against two staffs agencies that a housing technician than is caused a hepatitis c outbreak exeter hospital sued 9 staffing agency to recoup legal settlements for patients who tested negative back in 2012. according to the union lawsuit the lawsuit bifiled by exeter linked specific details of david kekowski to every patient who received a settlement.
sentence after pleading guilty of infecting former patients with tainted syringes. cyber monday may surpass black friday as the most popular day of the year 60% of people plan to shop online the monday after thanksgiving. more than those that plan to shop on black friday. the change comes as consumers realize they can get deals on line without the hassle of fighting a crowd. you know holidays are starting with starbucks with their holiday cups. a green cup and 100 people drawn in a single line to represent unity. starbucks may be going green before they go red. look at this cup, it is red more like the annual holiday cup we are used to see. every year the cups are shipped in stores in boxes no peeking and somebody peeked and posted
holiday plans, gifts for me. >> shiri: gifts for gene. >> gene: gifts are probably wrapped. get it done early. >> sara: i could use a tall one with a little bit of cream. first shiri go for the ice could -- >> shiri: go for the ice coffee. kevin lemanowicz has ice coffee all year round which is weird to me. grab t we don't have any wind chills to talk about. we don't have any rain to talk about. we have clouds to talk about. hang out in the lower 50s for the morning commute in the boston area. running mostly cloudy. things brighten up light morning into the early afternoon. we shift into the lower 60s and before we know it in the mid- to upper 60s this afternoon and will be really mild. you know what, will feel more like late september than it will early november so we drag in a couple more of those afternoon clouds. we have all this warm air
but along it, increasing moisture so the result is this. not picture perfect but the brightest time of the day is probably smack-dab in the middle right around lunchtime. the further north we go, but overall keep things dry and mild. 6 in boston and lawrence. 65 in nashua. upper 60s in maynard, framingham. and worcester at 62 degrees. 67 in brockton. mid-60s marshfield down to plymouth and plymouth and lower 60s with from the cape and island. these run the brightest of all for the afternoon. high temperatures tomorrow, do it all over again with the 60s and bring in rain. starting things off with the potential of drizzle northern mass and southern new hampshire. boston points south will stay dry throughout most of the day. at noontime, the chance of rain focused far north of boston. 3 p.m. showers in the worcester area. showers peeking around 5 or 6 p.m. in boston.
tomorrow. friday, bright and breezy and 53 over the weekend and chilly temperatures. highs only around 50. slight risk of a sprinkle or flurries both days. saturday looks a little bit brighter. catherine parrotta up now live drive time traffic this morning. catherine, still a pretty good time to hit the roads. >> looking good. starting to see slowdown in the usual spots. nothing too severe. 128 still a good ride in both directions. 93 starting to slow down through burlington, wob slow from quincy all the way just about the city and that icon just popped up as we were standing here. check on details on that for you for the update. peed check on the expressway. averaging 28 miles per hour. shifting west no problems. pike doing just fine. a look at our live cameras, eastbound through brighton. volume starting to pick up and not too concerning at this hour. the live drive times. the pike 14 minutes.
from the expressway to the pike, the slow area we were talking about averaging 17 minutes. already jammed in some spots there. between, over to you. >> gene: 5:5. three months since the cold-blooded killer took the life of vanessa marcotte, the 27-year-old. the killer left clues. >> more consistent with someone who is psychopathic which means someone with no remorse for what they have done, and they will not be hunkered down some place fearful that they are going to be caught. >> gene: where does mary ellen o'toole think the killer could be right now? bob ward traveled to have a sla with an exclusive interview with the profileer and more on the chilling pro tile of vanessa's killer on new england unsolved tonight on fox25 at 10. microsoft discovered a security flaw in computers using the windows operating
connected to the russian governments. attacks were carried out using spam e-mails linking to hackers' web skilingts and documents and did not comment if the hocks were involving -- involved recent u.s. political attacks. microsoft plans to release an update to fix the problem on tuesday. former house speaker sal dimasi could be released from prison on home confinement because of his deteriorating health. dimasi full compassionate release. in a rare move the u.s. attorney's office. dimasi needs round-the-clock care because of his throat cancer. his attorney said not about getting preresidential treatment. the judge will review the arguments and make the decision soon. a fire on joint base cape cod has put xha christmas in jeopardy for hundreds of military families.
gives toys to military families and help kids pick out gifts for their parents. the fire destroyed 1200 toys, 5,000 stocking stuffers and 200 backpacks filled with school supplies. the organization is scrambling to replace the gifts. . >>. >> coming christmas time. the heating bills are going up. gas pills are going up and kids are looking for everything under the sun for christmas. >> gene: but want to help the cape cod military petition put a links on our web site at fox25boston.com. accusations of plagiarism and bias going viral at a local university. all surrounds an essay written by a student and comments by a professor. daniel miller joins us with the controversy that is causing quite a buzz online. >> sara: it is, -- >> daniel: it is, sara. wrote about the blog of tiffany martinez. a latina student at the
handed back her paper insinuating that she plagiarized. a picture of part of the paper. martinez posted this photo on the blog and show where is circled the world and wrote this is not your word. in the blog, martinez also said the professor wrote in blue pen, please go back and indicate where you cut and paste. martinez said the professional handed her back the paper in front of the entire class. she said the professor assumed that her work and the hence was not her own. a professor didn't ask her if it was her language. martinez gotten a lot of messages on facebook. she declined to name the professor as has the university. after the story was posted on buzz feed, suffolk university interim president said the university will hoed microaggression training for all fact nut response to that post and she sent a note to the school saying in part, all of us at suffolk should be concerned of any student feeling this way. in the newsroom, daniel miller,
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following breaking news out of iowa. two police officers are dead after a pair of ambush-style attacks. we will show you the massive manhunt under way now for their killer. a train carrying potentially hazardous materials went off the track in westwood. live to the scene to figure out what went wrong. a 70-year-old woman held at knifepoint and bound with duct tape as three men ransacked their home. why the police chief said this wasn't a rando halloween costume has her in hot water. [bleep] ?. >> sara: the video taken by students that led to her suspension. and good morning, everybody, 6:00 on this wednesday morning. it is november 2. we hope your morning is you off to a great start so far. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: i am sara underwood. a little break from the cold which is wonderful news. meteorologist shiri spear says it is even going to feel like september this afternoon.
warm-up and already in the 50s, shiri. >> shiri: already warm out there. 20s and 30s. not happening this morning. 53 in boston. 49 in bedford. 50 in worcester. 42 in keene, new hampshire and mid-50s over the cape and island. we have partly cloudy skies. we have winds coming from the south and southwest and that is going to push temperatures way above average here during the afternoon. 8 a.m. temperature 48 degrees. this goes for framingham at 10 lower 60s by lunchtime today. you will be in your short sleeves. period of sunshine here. and i will break down the clouds and the rain and the temperature in for the next couple of days. and catherine parrotta live with drive time traffic. a couple of accidents on the map >> the first one that picked up 128 going northbound after great plain ave in the needham area. not seeing delays after that one left. 128 coming from the north